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^Jewish Flaridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY to:sae 37 — Number 10 Miami, Florida. Friday, March 6, 1964 Three Sections — Price 20c Manhattans View 'Deputy' Opener As Pickets Walk NEW YORK — (JTA) — The Irs American performance of the ODtroversial play. "The Deputy.'" |otik place before a packed house Manhattan with picketing but tithout the violent disorders which law marked its showing in every European city where it has been performed, Son:e 100 pickets were present or ihe opening night of what Is kpected to be a long run. Thi kkk>include! members of the InterScan Nazi party and of tht I Hoc Committee to Protest The leputy. Most of the latter said hey v. ere Catholics. The play's xplo-ive theme is that the late |ope Pius XII failed to speak out tain-I the Nazi slaughter of piropean Jewry. Critic* of the New York Times, Herald-Tribune end other netropolitan newspapers agreed lhat, as a play, "The Deputy" h*d many faults but they also agreed that the issues it raised %  bout the genocide of European Jewry needed to be debated and %  ken to heart. Rolf Hochhuth, he German Protestant writer of the play, arrived in New York H| witness the opener. Dr. Joachim Prinz. president ol E American Jewish Congress. 1 Judi-d the courage ol the produc t-s in "the lace of reported teaU of violence and other re Continued on Page 7-A !eport Need If Matzoh in ISSR Again LONDON—(JTA)—There will not enough matzoh for Jews need j the unleavened bread for Pass-• l\er this year in the lour leading Jewish centers of the USSR—Mos low, Leningrad, Kiev and Odessa -dispatches received here from JfOSCOW indicated. Despite certain Announced relaxation of rules by loviet authorities, rabbis in major Soviet cities were reported as say mg lhat the matzoh situation in their communities this year will pot differ much from the condition last year, when few matzoh pere available tor Passover Mcscow Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levine was reported saying in the Central Synagogue of the Soviet capital that, although permission was received this year to bake matzoh in rented quarters in a Moscow suburb, the permission came too late since the location needs "considerable repairs" before it can be used as a matxoh bakery. bi George Joseph Leib. spitContinued on Page 9-A DK. JOACHIM PRIN1 Vatican Editor Defends Pope HOME— (JTA)— A n article defending the late Pope Pius XII Igainst charges made in the play. The Deputy'—lhat the Pontiff deliberately maintained silence instead "f speaking out publicly igain.-t Miller's program for the innihilation Of European Jewry— ,vas printed here by l'Ohsei vatore Romano, the official newspaper of the Vatican. The article, opening a series, was written by Raimondo Manzine. ditor of the Vatican organ and \as cued to the fact that the controversial drama, by German play\ right Rolf Hochhuth. opened its run in New York. Continued on Page 3 A Ship Refused Canal Passage LONDON—(JTA)—A British cargoship bound tor the Far East was hell up for 36 hours in Port Said this week by Egyptian authorities after the Egyptian customs spotted a case addressed to the Israel Embassy in Manila on the ship manifest. The British Foreign Office asked the British Embassy in Cairo to look into the incident and report back to London. The Egyptians refused to allow the vessel, the 8.000-ton Cardigan shire, owned by the Glen and Shin Line of London, to proceed throug! the Suez Canal. Despite the captain's protests, he was ordered to unload his cargo at Port Said until the Embassy-bound package way found and confiscated. 1 %  • %  *" %  %  • i 1 ..... JM %$ J'i % ... #•* '? f 1 8 k \h* *> • asm I 1 m U.S. Amendment to Anti-Semitism Draft Given UN Commission UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — The United Nations Commission on Human Rights, which has been in session here two weeks debating a draft Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Intolerance, was presented with a United States amendment to that draft, ioecifieally condemning "anti-Semitis mas a form of racial discrimination.'' The amendment would instruct all governments to "take action as appropriate for its (anti-Semitism's) eradication in the territores subject to their jurisdiction." I Ihe clause is to be debated by the lull 21-member Commission this week. The amendment was presented i >y the head ot the United States; delegation in the Commission. I Mrs. Marietta Tree, after a sug-1 jestion that condemnation of racIsm must mention anti-Semitism •pecifically had been made by Dr. Isaac Lewin, representative of the \gudas Israel World Organization. Me was supported by Dr. Joel Bar .omi, Israel's deputy permanent, representative here. Dr. Lewin'sj irganization has consultative stalls before the Commission as a ion governmental organization, vhile Israel's status is that of an ifficial observer. Experienced U.N. diplomats and Secretariat members noted that it was very rare for a Government delegation to act as promptly as the United States Continued on Page 14-A Economic Corp. Shows Big Gain NEW YORK —(JTA) — Record 1963 earnings of SI.44 per common share on 733,912 shares outstanding on Dec. 31, 1963 were reported by PEC Israel Economic Corporation in its 1963 annual report, released this week. This compares with $1.26 earned in 1962 on 689,433 shares outstanding on Dec. 31, 1962. The 1963 earnings were the highest in the company's 38-year history. A 5 per cent stock dividend on the S25-par-common stock was paid this week to some 12,000 stock holders of record as of Jan. 2, 1963. New or additional investments and firm commitments made by PEC last year totalled $4,210,000. including participations in Israel's tourist, chemical and petrochemi cal industries. PEC's investments now range over 38 different companies in the areas of industr) construction and development. Ambassador Stevenson Due Here for Foundation Meet Members of the Central Conference of American Rabbis lay a wreath and hold a religious seivice at the grave of the late President John F. Kennedy during 'heir two-day Washington conference on peace and disarmament attended by 200 Reform spiritual leaders throughout the nation. Left to right are Rabbi Jacob Weinstein, CCAR vice president, and Rabbi Leon Feuer. CCAR president. Vatican Secretariat in Study of Catholic Jewish Relationships ROME — (JTA) — The document on Catholic-Jewish relations which failed to come up for consideration at the Ecumenical Council session last year, will be one of the subjects to be considered at a meeting of the Vatican Secretariat for Christian Unity, which opened this week. The 30 members—Bishops and Cardinals—ol the Secretariat. started their meeting under the presidency of AugUStin Cardinal Bea. in Ariccia near Rome. The general theme of the session will be ecumenism The prelates will examine all observations on Chapter Four, on Catholic-Jewish relations, and Chapter Five, on religious freedom. .... .. %  The Secretariat, under Cardinal Bca's leadership and on the instructions" of the late Pope John XXIII prepared the draft on Catholic Jewish ties, which exempts Jews Horn any responsibility for the Crucifixion of Chrisl and warns all Catholics, lay and hierarchal. against any anti-Semitic attitudes stemming from the ancient charge of deicide. Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson, United Slates representative at the United Nations, will be in South Florida this weekend in his role is chairman of the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation. Ambassador Philip M. Klutznick. former envoy to the UN. will accompany Ambassador Stevenson in Palm Beach. Miami, and Miami Beach. Klutznick. former international president of B'nai B'rith and for' mer national campaign chairman j of the United Jewish Appeal, is i now national campaign chairman if the Eleanor Roosevelt Memor ial Foundation. Fooi Fair Chairman Samuel FriecMand, Chicago and Miami Beach, Community Leader Jacob Arvey, and former Rep. William C. Lantaff will be hosts for a luncheon honoring Stevenson at the Dupont Plaza Hotel Monday at noon. Stevenson, former Governor of Illinois and twice a Presidential nominee, was named by the late President Kennedy to be chairman of the Foundation which was chartered by Congress to carry on the humanitarian goals of the latMrs. Roosevelt, wife of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Ambassador Stevenson will be the house guest of Mr. and Mrs Elliot Roosevelt In Miami Beach during his stay here. In Palm Beach Under Secretary of State W. Averell Harriman. Mrs Harriman and Mrs. Henry Ittleson will host a dinner honoring Stevenson and Klutznick on Sunday night al the Palm Beach Biltmore Hotel All members of the Foundation Board of Trustees are named by the President of the United States Honorary trustees are President and Mrs. Johnson, President and Mrs. Truman, and Mrs. John F. Kennedy. New trusteenamed by President Johnson include Dr. Abram L Sachar. president of Brandeis University, and Abraham Fein berg, president of the Israel Bonds organization. AMAI STEVENSON



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Page 10-B Page 2-A +Jenisf> noridiar Friday. March 6. 1964 Brandeis President To Visit Miami For Annual Dinner Brandeis University's Greater Miami Club plans its annual Associates dinner for Thursday, Mar. 12, according to Dr. Stanley Fieri hns. chairman The formal event, at the West\ iew Country Club, will have Dr. Abram L. Saehar. president of the liberal arts University, as guest of honor and principal speaker. Honorary chairmen are Samuel lilank. Ben Blum. A. C. Fine, Samuel N. Friedland. Paul Gor.ion, Abe L Mailman. A. J. Molasky. Jacob' Shapiro. Harold Thurman. A. W. Waxenberg and Carl Weinkle. Assisting Dr. Frehling as cochairmen are David Phillips and .Jacob Sher. Sponsoring committee includes Leonard L. Abess, Charles Adler, .lerry Blank. Sol W. Bloom, Leo A C'haiken. Dr. Benjamin Drosd.. Mac Cache. Ben Gaines. Sam Goldstein, Mark Harris, George S. Jackson. Leon B. Jacobs. Ernest .lanis. Jay Janis. Samuel Kann. Jay I. Kislak. Jr., Nathan Ku-hin and Jack Leonard. Also. S. C. Levcnson. Joseph M. Lipton, Solomon Margolis, Max Orovitz. Jack S. Popick. Gus R. Koberts. Sam H. Bost. Sidney Schwartz. Samuel Seltzer. John Serbin. Harry Simonhoff. Lawrence Singer. Hon. Harold B. Spaet. Max Stadler. Bernard Troub, Julian Weinkle. Leonard A. W'ein and Mortimer E. Wien. Also taking an active part in the dinner are the Miami. Miami Beach and Broward Chapters of the University's National Women's Committee, under the direction of presidents: Mrs. Julian Burg, Mrs. Sam Goldman and Mrs. Jerome Herbert. The Women's Committee, composed of more than 75.000 women To Speak At Academy Zvi Sax of Israel will speak on "Economic and Political Fronts of Israel" on Saturday night at the Hebrew Educators Alliance meeting, according to an announcement by Fiabbi Shimon Azulay, the group's president. A graduate of Yeshivot Kfar HaRoeh. Sax organized the religious Zionist Youth movement. B'nai Akiva. here in Miami and previously in Los Angeles. Event will be held at the Hebrew Academy. 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Friday, March 6. 1964 UM Isti ftorktbrt Page 3-A United Synagogue Week Mar. 9-14 • ol Mar. 9 JTTiaTi pen designated United Synagogue Week in •lu South Florida Council, accordtp an announcement by Jer%  All afl a e i i in deote a pi rl o i ol their programs, nclucling mi sa i*s irom the pul r> Susaman, president, Southeast : '"'" ,h '' ro,€ ."' lhe United Syn ern Hegion United Synagogue ol America. Rabbi Judah Nadich In Local Address Rabbi Judah Nadich, Gen. Eisen bower's former personal adviser on Jewish affairs, currently spiritual leader of the Park Avenue Sxnagogue in New York City, will deliver the concluding lecture ol the Adult Education Cavalcade of the United Synagogue of America to be held on Thursday, Mar. 12. B:1S p.m., at Temple Menorah. His subject will be "The Contribution of Jewish Law to America." As an Army Chaplain in World War II Rabbi Nadich served for three and a half years in Ireland. Great Britain, France. Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia. Alter lhe first German concentration camps were overrun by the Allied armies. Gen. Eisenhower appointed him personal adviser on Jewish affairs. Until then he had been gogue ol America, and its signtfi KABBI WDAH NADICH cant impact after 50 years on the American Jewish scene. The week will have two outstanding events, the opening historic discussion to implement synagogue standards for the senior Jewish chaplain in Europe Sootheastern Region, and the In addition to American decoralions, he received the French Croix de Guerre and the O.B.E. as well BS a medal from Pope Pius XII. He reached the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Before World War II he served as rabbi of Temple Beth David in Buffalo, and as co-rabbi of the tnshe Emet Synagogue in Chicago. He was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, which also awarded him the degrees of Master of Hebrew Literature and Doctor of Hebrew Literature. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree with Phi Betta Kappa honors from the College ol the City of New York, and the Master of Arts degree from Columiia University. conc'uding lecture of the Adult fcducaticn Cavakorie to be given by Rabbi Jjdali Nadich on Thuisday, Mat. 12, at Temple Menorah. Executive Council, South Florida Branch. United Synagogue of America, will meet at Temple Menorah on Tuesday night. Delegates Irom each ot the 13 affiliated Conservative Synagogues in the Greater .Miami area will convene to begin a discussion and evaluation program for the implementation ol standards for synagogue life in the United Synagogue ol America. Standards for synagogues will concern themselves with the Sabbath. Kashruth, fund-raising and moral dignity. "Because of the vital role played by the synagogue in the Jewish community, every effort must be expended to see that the synagogue and all its activities, including the role of its members and leaders, live up to the highest, which Jewish tradition demands in behavior, both personally and organizationally," Sussman stated. The most recent develooments regarding Camp Raman, the col legc age program of the United Synagogue, and the Adult Educa lion Cavalcade, will be discussed. The meeting will be opened with a D'Bar Torah by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of Temple Menorah. Participating in the Westview Country Club second annual Tournament and Dinner on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation which raised $25,000 in new pledges for the current campaign are (left to right) Samuel N. Friedland, honorary president of Federation; guest speaker, Abraham L. Feinberg; Dr. Irving Lehrman, campaign chairman; and Col. Jacob M. Arvey, who introduced the guest speaker. 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Page 4-A Jewish nvridian Friday, March 6, .354 -Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4EJ05 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ,. • J .. =i„..o ii"T hv Tlii.low ish Floridian English-Jewish News papecs, and the Fiorina rrc. ~7L .i.-wiii Floridian d..,s not Bimrantee the Kaahrutb „f the merchondlne RdvertlMd %  % %  ""'""""%  SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ... One Year 15.00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 37 Number 10 Friday, March 6, 1964 22 Adar 5724 Problem Is Deeper Disclosure last week by the American Jewish Committee of the publication of a rabidly antiSemitic tome in the Ukraine under the official imprimatur of that Socialist Republic's Academy of Sciences merits serious attention since it comes at a time when national Jewish organizations are to meet in Washington on develop.ng what will hopefully be a vigorous course of action. The committee's disclosure came against the background 3i a JTA report, from Washington that the State Department, in a memorandum.to Sen. Kenneth B. Keating of New York, suggested action by "private religious organ.zations representing worldwide Jewry and, if possible, other religious gorups." We are of course not against united Jewish worldwide action on 'he issue. However, what that counsel apparently means is that our government is debarred by the niceties of the political game from talking out on a moral issue and that it were therefore best to leave it to others. That this is an untenable position has been amply and tragically proven by our recent experience, when governments and statesmen and churchmen played the diplomatic fiddle while Hitler was burning our people to death in the butcher factories of Europe. It was said some dared to speak out for fear of offending the sovereignty of a Germany that had obviously to all but the blind lost all claims to rights under the international codex, let alone moral law. Others justified inaction on the wholly indefensible thesis that speaking out against the atrocities might only cinder HOUSE CLEANING IN BONN -:JS egg of personal crisis. And many—and we shall never know how many—may have gloated in silence over our fate under the dominion of the unmentionables. We fully comprehend the logic behind our government's contention that foreign interference might only infuriate the masters of the Kremlin and thus result in greater deterioration of the Jewish situation in the Soviet Union. However, that sort of logic is mereNazi wra'h into greater fire against Jews. Still 'Y an exercise of a vacuum. It accomplishes more were simply lacking in the guality of nothing. mercy that is the essence of faith and basic decency, a guality that makes men speak out forthrightly under pressure even at the risk We recollect when Czarist Russia at the turn of the century claimed immunity from American representation on the issue of passports to Jews, a great American and a brilliant leader of the American Jewish Committe—the late Louis Marshall—carried the issue to the White House and won out. The masters of Soviet destiny for reasons that are beyond our comprehension are apparently determined to liguidate the Jewish problem in the Soviet Union via the means of spiritual strangulation as were the Nazis through physical extermination. True enough, Soviet authorities have denied it, but the disparity between their pretension and performance on the Jewish issue has been such as to leave no doubt of official direction. One ... Only One The long-drawn controversy between the Israel rabbinate and the Zim Line over the establishment of two kitchens aboard the new luxury liner "Shalom" came to an end this week when the steamship company notified the Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim that it had agreed to having only one kitchen aboard the vessel, a kosher one. The new vessel is scheduled to make its maiden run within a month. The dispute was triggered when the Zim J ne vigorous Jewish communities of the line announced that its newest and most modworld are helpless in the face of the Kremlin era vessel, "Shalom," would have two sepwa beyond crying out their agony over the arate kitchens, a kosher one and a non-kosher fj. w Dut sure death to which our people are one, a practice that is common on many being exposed in the Soviet Union Cultural ocean liners. genocide is no less a crime against humanity However, the rabbinate cautioned that if !" !" "} !" ^ t c om !" nY of nations that happened it would not issue a certificate of kashruth for the "Shalom" and that it might in addition cancel its kashruth certifications for other Zim-owned liners. The Zim line contended that there was ample precedent for granting kashruth certificates to ships with dual kitchens and that a survey it made showed it would lose much business if it had only one kitchen—a kosher one. Nazi i u_ • ... : %  % %  %  %  %  ui nations that remains silent in the face of this mad tide Story^ n def6nSe bef re ,he ^s of What the moment retires is not onlv a SSST ,h n GXplOSive Iewish <"*£ Possibly the conscience of the world today is beyond salvation, but let no< hi,, 7 that_ while some three mil.ion SovieUe^J^ dtura It would seem that the Rabbinate of Israel ish 'community~ was" foun^Tt^" 17161 0 ?" Jew i have no other alternative. tnhW. „ ,. J, t Und io nv "ed to its were being forced to walk the path of cultural'ai religious extinction, an affluent Ame Suicides By MAX LERNER could have no other alternative. tables to cry out. The prosecutor for the Mate of Hesse, after the second suicide of a Nazi doctor in 24 hours, feels that the pattern of death, ami flights 'suggests a plot to cheat the state of the projected Limburg trial. He may well be right: he ought to know the men he is dealin" with—the ring of German doctors and state officials who knew tor lourtcen years the false identity under which Dr. Werner Heyde had found safety and was practicing as a social Insui doctor and who feared exposure in the trial. But perhaps il was not onlv a case of men cheating justice, but of a pitiless and im. personal pursuer. And perhaps his name was Nemesis. • • • For several months, both in Europe and America, I have be*n following the scattered accounts of the Frankfurt trial and the preparations for the Limburg trial— following them with the mix. ture of anger and despair that everyone else must feel. The I man effort to bring the Nazi genocide criminals to justice didn't begin seriously until five years ago. thirteen years after the en I of the war It has been stepped up in the past two years, pel because of Ihe Eichmann trial, when the Israelis took Into th< own hands whal German justice should have deal! with, one res I was the Frankfurt trial of :'i Nazis accused of having had a h two million deathal A Da> after day, as l have read of the denials of one defi anothei denials ) il complicity in the deaths bu • iIn j were taking place—an., r hi up in me kike the kind I itII when I first sav Ihe exteri campin 1949, And dh Ihi ci is come a stab ol numl at whal the human being e ol and how In ; oni Ihe II datory killer ol his anim restore a hundred thousand years ago. Perhaps he has evei id backward in sorm ways our half-human ancestors 'ii the \ can plateaus used to wield a club or stone to kill somethii seemed to threaten them, and Ihej were not ashamed of it Bui in Ihe Nazi episode human beings killed other human I not as persons but as categories, and now when brought to book court they turn cowards ana lie about it • • • The Limburg defendants were a huddle of doctors among larger number whose job was to kill a category—the "men! fectives" or "insane," who were gassed under the "T-4 euthanasia program. Hitler had a sanity mania along with his purity mania, not wholly surprising in a man with a madness of his own and with blood on his hands. Of the doctors in this program Dr. Heyde. Dr Bohne. Dr. Tillman and Dr. Hefelmann were all that could ic rounded up for trial. Hyde and Tillmann have killed themselves, Bohne has fled, Hefelmann will be tried in a later trial. We must ask what led to the suicides, just as we mu-t ask about Ewald Peters, the security officer who killed himself on Feb. 3. Partly it must be the despair at finally being cornered, when > i had come to believe—after years of hiding your past—that it had indeed been forgotten. But am I wholly wrong to think that, in part at least, it is an mexpungable horror of oneself and what one was capable of? Unless we can feel that there was at least a glimmer of this in the suicides our own despair at the human race must be complete. 11 Nemesis is one's sense of guilt, then these men had givei him enough to work on. Working since 1959 with German thoi ness the Hesse prosecutor had gathered numberless dossiers, subpenaed 300 witnesses, compiled an indictment of 900 pages Along with their colleagues these doctors had killed some 200.000 people fect'ves Insane"?—everything depended on what the Nazis ch to classify under those categories) before 1941. By 1941 this was too much for the German churches, and the killings were stopped. But the same men were then transleii the extermination camps to complete on a vaster scale the n il work ot the -final solution" for which the "euthanasia" program had been only a trial run And this time the protests of the church) it any. were too weak to be heard. Could the slaughter of Jewhave been held less horrible in the sight of God than the "mercv killingof the "insane''" • • • The mind boggles at the depths that are opened by all this, mere may be people today who will raise their hands in horroi at how these defendants are being "houndedto suicide, when thi same people never raised their voices about the hundreds of thousands whom they killed. As for myself, I can only feel the anger and despair I have mentioned, and perhaps a little awe too at seeing that Nemesis is still at his work. • • • RANDOM THOUGHTS .an,!!.? u V3r is 1 8oi "? t0 •* fou R ht OV lo affair between Barry Gold neither Prl a !"H ne Un lf i ,rm and the Russian-Cuban army. Certainly intend to mil J hnson nor **rctaries Rusk and McNamara imtna to make a war out of it. wtte?toSS S* to bC Simp e enough evcn for Barry G0l,i with rt" Am encans have held on to Guantanamo not push th,l L C nS fu nt r at his sufferance but because he cant Arabic !" in? W '.l Ut having the island vcrru "Thc one VU known it Mr". h C Water SUpply Castro and ,he Americans have K "ides know'Jh 0 ?' ,0d f r ,he ,actical moment t0 ,urn ff sides know that it isn't worth a major war. ica !" | Sta and S0 d h 0 '? 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Friday. March 6, 1964 +Je*lst> rtcrkUan Page 5-A tf By: EDWARD COHEN Veteran of Veterans' Hospitals The decor on the seventh floor of the Veterans' Hospital in Coral Gables hasn't changed much in many years. Tin atmosphere, however, is subtly charged today with the pi inality of its new director, wl has been at the helm of the quarter-century old installation on!;since last September. Dr. Joseph T. Frankel is a 25>c veteran of veterans' hospitals. He believes firmly that tht administration of all hospitalbelongs in the hands of doctor-. Doctors have defaulted in their responsibility to manage tht affairs of hospitals and, in thtt sense, have let the public down," he says. "They are best ablt to administer because their knowledge and experience go beyoi the routines of purchase and record-keeping; they know be the needs of the patient and tht staff." I: is because he might be described J> the "new breed" in ho-pital administration, despite hi? long YA experience, that the Soi.th Philadelphia native is in charge of the Coral Gables hospital. His ultimate destination is the new 1.068 bed hospital here for which bids will be taken in June, and which he was selected to nead because of his backgr< ind In "affiliated" hosptials, as ell as new installations. The new veterans hospital for thi South Florida area will be loci ill in the Jackson-Cedars of i i inon-University of Miami Medical School complex on N.W. Street, and is designed to he part of the new pattern in ii it.il -ite location of the Federal government, In addition to be bide care, education and re .1. re now considered to be essential to veterans hospital facilities an.l this, Dr. Frankel feels, Is what the new hospital here will have in abundance. "We were scheduled to begin building Last August, on the basis Of 800 beds, but the plans have been changed to add 268 beds and even that, will not be enough by 1970—three years after the new hospital will have been completed." Dr. Frankel estimates. As a result, the converted Biltmore Hotel, which had 487 occupants on the day we spoke with the new administrator, will continue to be operated indefinitely. Dr. Frankel was amused by the thought that even more hospital facilities might attract a greater number of "snowbirds" to the area. "I suppose you consider me a 'snowbird', since I've been here only a few months," he said. "However, the Veterans AdminisMax Orovitz, business and civic leader in Dade County for more than a quarter century, was recently appointed to the Florida Power and Light Co. board of directors. iudge Barad Speaks DP. JOSCPH T. fRANKEl tration, unlike the State of Florida, has no residence test, only the tests that apply to all veterans seeking admission. "It is true that we now have a substantial waiting list, but the rising curve in admissions! in the winter here is matched by similar increases in installations all over the country. So, it's not the good weather here but the bad health all over when the cold sets in." An attraction to public service brought Dr. Frankel to the Veterans Administration after only three years of private practice following graduation from Temple University in 1936. Neither World War II service, nor institutional desuetude kept him from pursuing his medical knowledge in depth. Today, Who's Who lists Dr. Frankel as a Diplomatc of the American Board of Internal Medicine; Fellow, Amer-; judge Frederick N. Barad will ican College of Physicians; and; s pea k on the question "Should a Member of the American Colcapital Punishment Be Abolished?" lege of Hospital Administrators. Tuesday, 8 p.m., at the I. L. Peretz among other professional organi-j w c. School, 1545 SW 3rd St. Hosts zations. j f or the evening will be Mr. and Married to the former Reba^ 1 !" Robbins, Dr. Frankel is typical in that organizational activity is left to the female of the household. Mrs. Frankel, who is too; busy getting established in new ^ quarters now. has been prominent in Hadassah, National Council of Jewish Women and synagogue life wherever the family has been located. Although both their daughters. Marsha and Sheila are students at the University of Michigan. their presence is ever with the parents. Marsha, a Phi Beta Kappa student who will get her Master's dcuree in social work, will be married here in June with Rabbi Allied Waxman, chaplain at the VA Hospital, performing the ceremony. | NerTamid Observes Sixth Anniversary Sixth anniversary of Temple Ner Tamid will be celebrated on Sunday. 6:30 p.m., at the Fontaine1 bleau Hotel. Louis Cohen, executive vice president, and Mrs. Fannie Sklar will be presented with Man and Wo man of the Year awards. Both are founders of the Temple. Murray A. Shaw, president, will introduce Dr. Michael Horwitz witz who will serve as the evening's master of ceremonies. A special cantata. "What the Syna gogue Means to Me." will be pre sented by Rabbi Eugene LaboviU and Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Tribute will also be paid to Mrs. Anna C. Corrsin. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Deemar, Col. and Mrs. Wm. J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kleinman. Mr. and Mrs. Alvir. Savage and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shaw, and Mrs. Sadie Trosky Kennedy Film Shown A film and tape of the late President Kennedy's speech to the Na tional Convention of the AFL-CIO, made about a week before his un timely death, will be shown to Workmen's Circle Branch 1050 at a meeting on Sunday, 8:30 p.m., at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 SW 3rd St. *f YOU AUTO *f Take care. Soft Whiskey swallows easy. But it's 86 proof. If there's a new or late-modelused car in your future, see us NOW! 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m. Page 6-A vJenitf fhrkttan Friday. March 6, 1964 United Synagogue Youth to Honor Philip Baltuch With Dinner Here Climax of a USY weekend conclave at Belli Torah Congregation \ill bo a testimonial dinner dance v.. tin day. Mar. 15, honoring' Mar-hall Philip Baltuch of Miami 'loach for "untiring efforts and service to USY.'" To convene Mar. 13. 14 and 15. i;'nai Midbar and B'nai Negev hapters. United Synagogue Youth at Beth Torah will play host to nver 100 USY members from the South Florida area. Theme of the weekend is "The Jews of the World. Are They a Religion or a People?" Program at the dinner the final ,:-ht will feature "This is Your Life—Marshall Baltuch." with Miss Ellen Schlosscr. South Florida Mil) Region honorary president. serving as commentator. Halt mil of Temple Menc-rah USY. erved the chapter as chaircorresponding secretary, vice si lent and honorary vice presiHe was elected "Outstand[ember ol 1958-1959. V hen South Florida Sub Region 1958, he serve I 'harter tr< asurer. lie founded and served as editor of the "NebI bish," sub region newspaper, and 1 the following year was electee I first vice president. In I960 he was elected president ol the 20 chaptiis in the South Florida area. The South Florida Cub Region is ; part of the Southeast Region which encompasses Florida. Georgia. Ali abama. South Carolina. Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana. During I the 1953 Regional Convention in i Hollywood. Fla.. Baltuch was elect: i'd corresponding secretary follow' ing two years of service as associate editor of the "Ma Nishma," I Southeast Region newspaper. The region will be celebrating its Bar Mitzvah (13th) convention in Jacksonville next month and it will bo the eighth consecutive convention attended by Baltuch. A graduate of Miami Beach Set. ior High. Baltuch attended the i niversitj of Florida, and is presently vice president ol Chrystie an i Company Insurance. In addition to his other activities he teaches tv o sixth grade classes Sunday School al Temple Emanu-EI. Lewis Sternshein, president of Beth David Congregation, congratulating Phillip Schiif, attorney and former president of Beth David, who has been appointed chairman of the annual patron's dinner dance to be held in the grand ballroom of Spector Hall on Sunday evening, Apr. 12. Co-chairman are Mrs. Louis SeiMin and Max Silver. f % M % probably the world's smartest supper club ... The STARLIGHT Roof at the Doral Beach. featuring dinner-dancing to MAT, MALKIN ... his piano andnis orchestra Sky-high atop the Doral Beach, Miami Beach's newest and most luxurious hotel... featuring superb a la carte continental cuisina ...and delightful dancing to the music of Mai Malkin, His Piano and His 15-piece Orchestra with charming Lisa Hall. In addition* Zatura and His Golden Strings add romance to the magnificent setting. Above you, 10,000 tiny stars, embracing you with, the most breathtaking vista of sea, sky and city. Reservations requested...M.Bcnni • JE2-3600 mom m BEACH HOTEL CS On Ihr Ocean at i8f\ Strut, Miami Biaek i faiuiM TWIN DOUBLE JERUSALEM (JTA Prim %  Minister Levi Eshkol. i and Miriam Selik 38, an assistant librarian in Parliam ill were married Tuesd; %  The ceremony as held at the i"; in i m inistcr's Jem ll .. i I Eliahu Pardess. chiel rabbi of Jersalem. officiated. Workmen's Circle Book Presentation A special selection ol books printed behind the Iron Curtain, in English, will be presented to Dr. II. Franklin Williamof the University ol Miami by the Work men's Circle ot Greater Miami. Saturday. Mar. 7. at 8 p.m.. at Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association Bldg., community room. Miami Beach Dr. Williams was chairman of the Greater Miami BookAbroa i Drive, initiated by the Workmen's Circle three years ago, Over 5,000 books were collected and sent to United States Information Agency libraries abroad to help combat the spread of Communist idiology. .The USIA has collected from its offices abroad a number ol the Communist books printed in English and these will be presentee, to Dr. Williams by Irving Gordon national field representative ol the Workmen's Circle. The evening will also feature a membership installation for Workmen's Circle Branch 1059. Installing officer will be Max Green berg, chairman of the branch SEVER itiAom: \ • ON STAGE • IN PERSON • IN MIAMI! THE INCOMPARABLE, BELOVED GERTRUDE BERG OPENING TUESDAY FOR 12 DAYS ONLY "Warm, folksy, human."—Chapman, NY. News. Dear Me, the sky j. brighter for Broadway, which now has an endearing new comedy to laugh at."—Kerr, Herald-Tribune, "Her homely wit and wisdom retain their winning way." —Taubman, N.Y. Times. "It is very funny and you will love it." Nadel. N.Y. World Telegram. Town Hall forum "Is Brotherhood An Idealist's Dream 0 is the subject of The People Speak Town Hall Forums on Friday. 8 p.m.. in the Washington Federal Bldg.. 1234 Washington Ave. Panelists, led by John Van Wezel, acting executive director ol the Community Relations Board of Metropolitan Dade County, will discuss their role in the fields of public accommodations, employment and housing. Chaim Rose i moderator. AND THE ENTIRE IftOADWAT CAST OF IHI C0MF.DY SMASH "DEAR ME, THE SKY IS FALLING" PRICE* A PERFORMANCES lim., Tu„ W.4., Thur, I 30 p.m. $4.40, J.40, 2,40 'ri. Sot. SiSO p.m. $4.90. 3.90,1.90 Mot. W.d. A Jot. 230 p.m. $2,90, 1.90 COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE m C OCOT Raitauranti J '* J < 3J00 Main Highway, Miami FIRST RACE 1:30 CO Reservation: MIAMI 945-7511 FT. LAUD. & HOLLYWOOD 927-1711 /UULFSrREAM U. S t AT HAllANDAlE, FLORIDA SEE THE $100,000 FLORIDA DERBY APRIL 4 ADMISSION FROM *1 tax moi. 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Friday, March 8, 1964 *Jewist ncridian Page 7-A Beth Shohm Weekend tc Mark 10 Tears' Growth Temple Beth Sholom will observe a Weekend of Dedication beginning with a special service on Friday evening, and ending with ; dinner at the Kontainebleau Hotel on Sunday evening, according to an announcement by James M Albert, Temple President. on Friday evening, Kabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of the Congregation, will devote a portion ot the service to the recently completed Community House and "Living Memorials" which have been established by members of the Congregation. The Dedication Dinner, marking 10 years of construction at Beth Sholom. will honor Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Cantor. Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Heeht. and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Silverman, who will he presented with 'Plaques of Appreciation" for special "Living Memorials" which they have established. The Cantor and Hecht families have contributed the funds for the Community House, and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Silverman for the Religious School Auditorium. Gold plaques will be presented to: Mr. and Mrs. James M Albeit. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin, Mr. and Mrs. Abram Baker. Mrs. Samuel Beekerman, Mrs. Samuel Oritt, Mr. and Mrs. David Provus. Recipients of silver plaques will be; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin. Mr. and Mrs. William Borastein, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Brotman. Mrs Jennie Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinner.-tein. Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell, Mr. and Mrs. Abe C. Fine. Mr. and Mrs. Myer Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Goldhar. Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grossman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kamen. Mrs. Tessie Litt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Markowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Morry B. Morris. Mr and Mrs. Charles Silvers, and the Tisch family. Bronze plaques will be presented to: Mr. and Mrs. James Abramson. Mrs. Louis Adler, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Ash. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blum in, F.manuel M. Buchner, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Falk, Mr and Mrs. Jack Fink, Judge and Mrs. Harry A. Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Burt Mrs. Alvin B. Lowe. Mr and Mrs. Haft. Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Kap Milton Nussbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Ian, .Mr. and Mrs. Tom C. Kravitz. Maury S. Olinick. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Louis J. Krcnsky. the Levin David D. Pollack, Mr. and Mrs. son family. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. David Ponve. Mr and Mrs. BenLevowich. jamin B. Rimer. Mr. and Mrs. Marcie B. Liberman, Mr. and Philip Rosenberg. Judge and Mrs. The 'Deputy 1 Opens Amid Pickets and to do whatever was required to prevent a recurrence. Continued from Page 1-A piisals." He said, in his statement, that the right to show the' play should be defended by all personcommitted to basic tree doms Inn beyond that, there was a human obligation on all persons to "confront the awful meaning of the genocide, to recognize one's own guilt for "the sin of silence" In challenging viewers to make the confrontation, he added, the play "performs a valuable service." in reminding of the agony of the G.000.000 murdered Jews and of the fact that the world was silent. Philip Schlissel, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Segal. Mr and Mrs. William Segal. Mr. and Mrs. John Serbin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F Snctman. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spero, Ben Tobin, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Waldman. and Mrs. Sam uel Stein, Chairman of the dinner is Morry B. Morris who chaired the planning committee in 1953 when the 10-year construction program was launched. His present co-chairmen are Abe C. Fine and Lou Grossman. Louis F Snetman. vice presi ('cut, is chairman of the Temple's Development Fund. Cab Callow ay will entertain at the dedication dinner. A Memorable Event in the History of Miami Beach Honoring THE MAN OF THE YEAR liadore Heeht Airs. Jack A. Cantor Jack A. Cantor ESTATE PLANNING FOR ATTORNEYS Subject: The Marital Deduction in Estate Planning A discussion of the general purpose of the marital deduction to split estate for federal estate tax purposes; gifts not In trust and in trust which qualify: problems in the use of formula clauses, simultaneous death and apportionment ol taxes, including Schedule M of the Federal Estate Tax Return—Form 70b". MODERATOR: PHILIP E. HECKERLING Vice President and Estate Planning Officer Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach PANELISTS: CHARLES B. KNISKERN, JR., Attorney (Felix, Kniskern, Neuman & Rees) BYRON L. SPARBER, Attorney and C.P.A. THOMAS L. WOLFE, Attorney and C.P.A. (Shutts, Bowcn, Simmons, Prevatt & Boureau) SPONSORS: Miami Beach Bar Association Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach Thursday, March 12, 1964-3:30 P.M. to 5:30 P.M. COMMUNITY ROOM Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach, Florida 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida (Please Use Drexel Avenue Entrance) NO ADMISSION CHARGE! ABE C FINE The Beloved "Gracious Man of Philanthropy" at the PROGRESS DINNER Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida (Bikur Cholim) SATURDAY, MARCH 14 in the Fontainebleau Hotel NOTE: TO All FRIENDS OF MR. FINE We cordially invite you to jcin with the many other community leaders who will be part of this auspicious occasion set aside to pay proper tribute and to honor this grand man in our midst. We know you will want to attend. Special Guest Star: HARRY HERSHFIELD Humorist Humanist For Reservations Call 532-6491 Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida ROBERT L. TURCHIN & HYMAN P. GALBUT Chairmen MSS. JOSEPH E. KEiSER President MR. 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<%. #_..- rm Page 8-A %  p-Jewisfi fk>ridfar Friday, March 6. 1964 CJA Food, Restaurant, Allied Trades Record New High in Gifts at Luncheon Leaders of the Food, Restaurant, al Brands and Jack Stein of Thrifty ;ind Allied Trades Division of Com-1 Supermarkets at Miami Springs bined Jewish Appeal took part in I Villas on Feb. 27. the annual Campaign Luncheon, co-hosted by Jerry Blank of NationDr. Harold Unger has accepted the chaiimanship of Miami Beach Physicians for the 1S64 Combined Jewish Appeal, i' was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. CJA Campaign Chairman. Dr. Stanley Frehling, an active leader of Physicians Division ior many years, will serve as co-chairman, fln organizational meeting will take place at Dr. Unger's home Sunday morning. A record attendance which increased its support to CJA by 18 per cent over last year, represented related industries of the Food Division from the processing group lo the supermarket group and was joined by leading restaurateurs on behalf of the Campaign. Egon Fink, Joint Distribution Committee Director in Austria, spoke of the life saving programs that have helped save millions of Jewish lives by bringing families to Israel, France and other free nations throughout t h e world. Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1964 CJA Campaign Chairman, called attention to the needs of the Campaign .iot only overseas but in the agencies of the Miami community, such is Mt. Sinai Hospital and Jewish Vocational Service which provide •on-sectarian .services, and also of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Home for the Aged. Family and Children's Service, and other CJA encies which help to make a better life for people of all ages. Other guests of honor at the funI cheon were Bernard Hausman of Food Fair. Co-chairman of the Pi od Group; Joseph Cohen, Vice Chairman of the Group and President of the Bureau of Jewish EduI cation, and Arthur S. Rosichan. Executive Director of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. I Other leaders of the Food. Restaurant and Allied Trades Division v. ho participated in the day's program were Harry Susskind of United Purveyors. Inc., Associate Division Chairman; Ed Dokson of United Purveyors. Inc.. Chairman ol the Produce Group. in the Good Group. Robert Feldman of Dade County Dames Chairman of the Dairy FJJ Section; H. James Catlin, of yuesenberry & Catl.n; and Edgar Bomb-. Co-chairmen of the Food Brokers Section; Ernest E. Harris, Red Road Food Market. Chairman 0| me supermarkets and Grocers Section; Herbert Paige, Pep-i-Cola Corporation, chairman of e Beverage Section, and Jacob Sklar. Ban American Bakers Supply. Chairman of the Bakers Section. Heading the Restaurant Group, croup Co-chairmen Herb Login oi the Place for Steak: Irving Rubin of the Pub; Melvin Weinkle ol Park Lane Cafeterias .and living Kaplan of Toby's Cafeterias Bay Harbor Meets A Breakfast Meeting Ol the Ba> Harbor Division of Combined Jew ish Appeal will take place on Sunday, Mar 15, n a.m., in the Caribbean Room Of the Americana Hotel, it was announced by Burt S Haft, Chairman of the Committee. > < Ken Myers Kick-off At Villas Saturday Friends and supporters ol Ken neth Myers, candidate for State Legislature, will join in a "kickoff" breakfast Saturday at the Playhouse. Miami Springs Villas. Mr. Myers has announced thai his campaign executive committee will include Alex Balfe, John liar rison, John Serbin, Fred Shochet, Fred Hartnett, Pal Cesarano, Samuel Heimaii. R. IS. iBunni Gail tier, William Pallet, John Tinner. Richard Stone and Stanley C Mj ers Chaired by George Talianoff, the Lawyers Division jc by Campaign Chairmen Dr. Irving Lehrman, held a wor.:=-:s breakfast meeting for Miami Beach lawyers at the Federal Savings and Loan Bldg. on Feb. 26. Standing, (left to righl are Joel Newman, Rabbi Lehrman, George Talianoff. c. man. Lawyers Division. Irving C. Spear: (seated L. ,ule Arkin, co-chairman. Lawyers Division for Miami Beach; Kai iy Zukemick and Leon A. Epstein. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center hears appeal a', a Sisterr.-od meeting in behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal. Lefl to r.rht are Mrs. Hy Coverman, president; Harold Strumpf, me: of the congregation; Rabbi David Rosenfeld. spiritual le and Ben Jones, president. Frcm left to right at the successful Food, ResBernard Hausman, guest spakr Egon Fink, :aurcnt and Allied Trades Division Luncheon host Jerry Blank, campaign chairman Dr. Irvat Miami Springs Villas are: Joseph Cohen, ing Lehrman and host Jack Stein. • FIVE POINTS OF SERVICE • Point 1. 4* toferHf per annum pm'd on savings recounts. Point 2. Special checkinn occounfc IOC ptr checkno monthly service charge. Point 3. Partonal and business checking accounts. Point 4. Commercial end installment loons. Point 5. Teller service from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 P.m. SEE YOU AT YOUR FRIENDLY NEGHBORHOOD BANK! 1 FIVE POINTS NATIONAL BANK 1407 CORAL WAV • PHONE 444-2534 MmbrrT<-*"l IVpoii In.uc.nc'r Car*. %  Mrmhrc: Frdcrkl Hi. Sjmtrm. € MAZELTOV! IT'S QUINTS! the world's finest matzohs^ NOW in NEW 5-PACK! 5 one-pound packages, individually wax-wrapped for SUPER-FRESHNESS! )' <•<•-.HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZOHS L *ar! DISmiBUTlD BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC 373 N.E. &f ,* STRKT mA ^ ^ |DA J> t • • % 



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In::' March 6, 1964 *"Jewl$ti Ft'nr/rrfi'ir/n Page 11-A J^ar lup "Calypso Liner" which be Scott Ira, Mm ot Mr. Hurl Mrs. Jos''•'•parents have chartered for the Anna Brav evening. and his Attending the Bar Mitzvah will Mrs. Davi Allen Smith l .loci, son of Mr, and Mrs. I ier* Smith, will become a Mitzvah during Saturday ig services conducted by Norman N. Shapiro at Beth Congregation on Mar. 7. eventh grader at Ransom the celebrant enjoys ten.tiling. fishing, and coin-coland Mrs. Smith will entern laco'is Ira Bregman a party at thru home in : their -I'V Harvey Trauter.berg e \n Tarn id will be the Bar Mitzvah ol Har frautenberg on Saturday r v Rabbi Eugene will officiate i lebrant i a studenl at Junior High and in the Religious School. (I Mrs. Ahin Trautenberg, -• SI will honor their son tception following the cereChuck Antin Saturday morning, Mar. 7. le Zion. Chuck. on of Mr. ITS Mickey Antin, will be Itzvah under the officiating t>l>i Alfred W.iMiian. a seventh grade studenl ich Park Junior High, planine his studiein the Tern m Confirmation Class. ring for the Bar Mitzvah his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Engelson of New York. KiddUSh will be hosted" "by the Bar Mitzvah's parents. Mitchell Preston Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs Allied Preston, will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth Moshe Congregation on Saturday, Mar 7. Rabbi Simon April and Cantor Hymen Fein will officiate, A student of the Beth Moshe Hebrew School, the celebrant attends North Miami Junior High where he plays clarinet in the school band. A Kiddush will loliow the services, and on Saturday night, an affair at the Seville Hotel will be given in Mitchell's honor. Paul Hauser Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader ot Temple Emanu El. will officiate al the Bar Mitzvah of Paul, son ol Vlr. and i r, Saturdaj morning. M. r 7, ;;i the Temple Paul attei the sevi cr-h Bregman, 1510 Bay Dr., will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah Saturdaj morning, Mar. 7. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. A student ol the Religious School the celebrant also attends Nautilus Junior High. Dinner reception in Ira's honor will be held at the Deauville Hotel i on Sunday. Marc Baskin On Saturday morning, Mar. 7. at Temple Judca. Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officate at the Bar great '.i erman o grandpt d Brave %  an lino I Brook i rents. rman, her, Mr;. lyn, N.Y Mr I Miami Allen Smith Stephanie Rose a' Nautilus Junior High, and is interested in golf, bowling, baseball and fishing. Mr. and Mrs, Dave Sherman. Paul's grandparents, are coming lrom Philadelphia. Pa to cele hi ah' the occasion. The celebrant will be honored at a luncheon at the Doral Beach Hotel. %  MAS* / W JQ* im A or Elegant Function* 'complete Catering Facilities tor that Special 'party served in superb fashion setting that reflect your good taste. .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS -WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tet. a tele or a gala celebration with 3.300 ue.t.. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION ^^^ OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN (DEAUVILLE ^ %  eMB^ra^ DunMEUN 5-E 3"_L COLORING. EKCUIIV* Food Diroclo PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON THB OCKAM AT BTIh TRBKT. eAIAKrll BEACH THE BISCAYNE TERRACE 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD M'AMI • FLORIDA UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT The Newest Downtown Hotel on Biscayne Boluevard FACING BISCAYNE BAY Strictly Kosher facilities Under Supervision ol Rabbi Tibor H. item RECEPTIONS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS WEDDINGS Where the Stars and Heaven Join Your Festivities at the Beautiful Newly-Decorated 5 T ARLIGHT BALLROOM Parties Up to 300 Free Parking ficquisite Cuisine txpertly Prepared fine Wines CATERING AT YOUR HOME • FR 9-3792 CALL SHIRLEY, Catering Manager Marc Baskin Paul Hauser Mitzvah ol Marc Nathaniel, sun i i Mr and Mrs, Meyer A. B >k n l Ferdinand. Marc %  • ;: sei enth rade stu%  .;' Ponce Jum ir High Hi is interested in ind 11 lle<:~ ci .' '. B kii v ho are both .ii ti\ e in i i' • and coi ;J affairs, will hosl the Kiddush in Marc's honor Karen Eael Late Fridaj evening services al Temple Ner Tamid, conducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, will include the Bas Mitzvah of Karen Eyel on Mar. 6. Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Egel. 1100 Stlllwater Dr.. is a student of the Temple's Religious School. Her father is president of the Temple's Men's Club. Steven Jacobs Rabbi Alexander Cross will ofEiciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Steven Jacobs on Saturday morning, Mar. 7. at the Hebrew Academy. A seventh grade student at the Academy, the celebrant is interested in all sports. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Jacobs, 6865 Abbott Ave.. will honor their son at a reception on Sunday afternoon in the Crystal Room of the Lombardy Hotel. o % %  : %  Stephanee Rose During late Friday evening services at Beth David Congregation, Mar. 6. Stephanee 'Cookie' Rose will become a Bas Mitzvah. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate Stephanee is in the seventh grade at Ponce de Leon Junior High. She is interested in foreign languages, and enjoys dancing and singing. Mr. and Mr-. Maurice Rose will host the Oneg Shabbat following I services to honor their daughter. I Andrew Sumberg Andrew J.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sumberg, 1201 NK 97th St, will become Ba' Mitzvah on Sat urday morning Mar. 7. at Tern pie Israel. Andrew is r seventh grad honor roll student ;it Horace Mann Junioi High. Following t h e services, a lunch*<" s ">"' eon will be held at his home Brothers John and Dan will join in honoring the celebrant. -t • %  Scoff Mafia Scott Allen Matza will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Mar. 7, 5:30, p ,n at Hauler Granada Jewish Center with Rabbi David Rosenfel.l j officiating. Son of LI. Com"'"I Mrs. Harry ,t*a, 5721 s\v 3rd St.. Scott is In the seventh grade al Kinloch Park junior High, plays trumpel and is a stamp collector. Reception in honor of the cele• i,,.,,,! will be held on board the I I'm a light sleeper but my travel agent is wide awake... that's why he> always puts me on El Al, whether I'm going oil theway to Israel or jusf to Europe. Why dreaTi about travel when it's so easy on El Al. See your travel cgent or contact EL AL ISRAEL AIRLINES I/>::\'. :i A.e., Miami Beach, Florida. JE 2-5441 0&t 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 fc^ ASK about our ^ v LOW LOW RATE HOW CAN YOU POSSIBLY GET THE BEST MORTGAGE TERMS? SEE YOUR FRIENDS at <*.& niversity 1 ^ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATI federal OF CORAL GABLES Miracle Mile at Ponce de Leon



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Page 12-A 9-Jewistncric/iain Friday, March 6. 1964 Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR The Deputy' Sparks Vigorous Controversy in Brooklyn ^_ u.u„..„ r u tn hP "a Dlav The leading Jewisl THE provoc' ative Gernan play, The D e pily," w h i e h ittacks Pope ius XII for allure to denounce Nazi d c p ortations ami mas.-, uiuraer of Jews, is IOW sparking vigorous controversy in New York. It is tear •d that it may stir interreli giOUS tension in the United States after it opens on Broad way this week. Already there is sharp division of opinion even within Jewish organizations. The Brooklyn Jewish Community Council, which represents the largest section of the Jews in New York, is the best example. There are close to 1.000,000 Jews in Brooklyn—the largest Jewish population in America —and in their name the Council issued a statement defending Pope Pius and criticizing "The Deputy" as a disservice to interfaith relations. However, no sooner was this statement issued than the Rabbinical Assembly of Brooklyn disavowed the views expressed in the statement. Similarly, the National Conference of Christians and Jews cenounced the play as "unjust and unrealistic" in condemning Pope Pius. The NCCJ emphasized that it considered the production of •The Deputy" in New York "a disservice to the cause of Christian-Jewish relations." Nevertheless, both Jewish and nonJewish clubs and fraternal groups are buying advance tickets for their members. Herman Shumlin. the Jewish director and producer of the play, claims he is producing "The Deputy" on Broadway because he believes it to be "a play of importance to all people." However, it seems that he too is expecting trouble and antagonism. This is why the actors rehearsed the play behind closed doors all this month. This is also why there will be no public previews. The play will open cold to the public this week, and it is from then on that the public will be the judge. It is agreed by all who have seen the play in other countries that nobody remains indiflerent after seeing it—one is either for it or against it. The leading Jewish central organizations are abstaining for the time being from expressing opinions on the play until after the opening. They take the attitude that they will be in a better position to express themselves about this controversial production after they see what is actually shown on the stage. The play will not be exactly as its German author, Rolf Hochbuth, wrote it. It will be substantially cut. Leaders of the major Jewish organizations feel that it will make a difference as to wnat parts of the play are omitted. Browsing gjfjj Boots: By HILARY MINDL1N Serious View of a Major American Jewish Community THE HISTORY OF THE JEWS OF MILWAUKEE. By Louis J. Swichkow and Lloyd P. Gartner. (Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America. 1963. Illustrated. 547 pages. $6.00) THE JEWISH Publication Society as publisher and %  the American Jewish History Center as initia tor of the work have every reason to be proud oi this book; the initial product of a series of communal studies written cooperatively by a local researcher and a representative of the Center. Thumbing through the pages of this comprehensive story of Milwaukee Jewry, the casual reader might deduce that they merely retell the familiar tale of pioneer immigrants, the rapid solidification of typical German-Jewish communal institutions, the impact of the Eastern European hordes, and the melding of the two divergent groups into a unified whole. Serious perusal of the work will soon dispel this impression. Rabbi Louis J. Swichkow has outA Guest Review by Selig Adler Samuel P. Capen Professor of American History State University of New York at Buffalo Capitol Spotlight: By JESSIE HALPERN Why the UJA Met in Washington Washington UfHEN THE UNITED Jewish Appeal opened its 1964 camin Washington, rather than in Miami Beach, it departed more than geographically from its past inaugurals. Contrary to previous practice, there was little fanfare and even a dearth of publicity surrounding the meeting, at which the $105,000,000 campaign target was otticialiy announced. Additionally, where the usual Miami kick off caters to about 1.200 large-scale givers, only 200 individualattended the publicity low-pitched Washington gathering. Coming soon after the teeter-tottering Cairo summit, and immediately following President Johnson's proposal for United States cooperation in a desalinizntion project for Israel, there was some .-peculation that the vagueness and quietness of the Washington UJA inaugural might have involved >ome political considerations. The practical social and economic considerations in the move probably deserve little more than passing reference: The extremely prosperous in this country apparently look less and less to Miami Beach as an exclusive refuge. And, in a country with a growing sophisticated awareness ot United States importance as a world leader, holding such a significant event in Washington certainly becomes the proper thing to do. The economic aspects of the Washington meeting are also of some consequence—particularly to administrators ol such programs. In essence, having such a large group in attendance, as has been the custom in the past, c'oes put something ot a strain on administration budgets—a strain which is often felt, despite the impact of the very large contributions. But the desire of the organizers of the UJA conference to avoid noisy publicity which would have political implications does not mean that the participants tailed to obtain a picture ot what official Washington thinks and feels about the Middle East situation. Indeed, the Jewish community leaders who met for two days in the nation's capital were given an opportunity to understand that there is in the Administration a growing trend toward action, and away from verbal assertions of friendship. Not that the Administration is wary of making its views clear when the situation seems to warrant it. The warning to the pro-Arab Citizens Committee for American Policy in the Near East by Under Secretary of State U. Alexis Johnson, who declared the U.S. refusal to "stand idly by" in Near East aggression situations, is an obvious case in point. But not less significant is the practical aspect: President Johnson's cooperative desalinization project proposal with Israel is an even clearer interpretation of a special foreign policy stand. matched all previous investigators in his unhurried search of some twenty sets of manuscripts, countless local, state and federal public records, 37 newspapers, periodical and scrapbook collections, plus virtually every secondary source in or out of print. To this Herculean effort must be added the contribution of the Center co-author. Dr. Lloyd P. Gartner, who uncovered rich material in metropolitan depositories and who help place the work in national and global perspective. The co-authors' labors have lifted AmericanJewish regional history to new heights. This book, meticulously organized, splendidly written, and superbly documented holds the lascination of the reader from cover to cover. The writers' accomplishment derives in part from the unusual fertility of their subject of study. Milwaukee was one of the ten cities in the American heartland destined from Civil War days to become a vital Jewish center. In many respects the Cream City's Jewish history invited the serious attention of the competent historian. Here, amidst the Christian Geimaiuioiu that dominated the local milieu, flourished a Jewish community that constitutes .1 laboratory tor the study ol nineteenth centun German Jewry. Hubin Swichkow has made splendid capital dtj Wsj In re capture the religious, social, and eeerntinrfe Mil look and activities ot a proud community of yester year whose culture was eclipsed by greater numbers from the Russian Pale. The story moves on with the coming of the new immigrants, for Milwaukee soon formed a spectrum of Jewish intellectual thought ranging fiom Lubavitcher Hassidim to Socialist fro* Hunkers. • 1 UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Continuing Technical Assistance to Africa Jerusalem ISRAEL'S SEVEN-YEAR old program of technical assistance to the African countries is about to be expanded further. The planned expansion will be accompanied by modifications based on the experi ence gained and the changes that took place over the years, and promises to open new vistas for a widened scope of cooperation between Israel and the new African countries. In the past, Israel has spent considerable funds and efforts in the grant of scholarships which, indeed, were of primary importance to the newly emerging states lacking in trained personnel. Now, these countries are virtually flooded with scholarships from various other countries of the world and. though not abandoning her scholarship schema. Israel feels that her own efforts ought now to be shifted more to the field of joint development of programs. Past experience has shown that Israel's assistance was most successful when it was carried out jointly with the local factors. This is demonstrated by the achievements of the existing joint development companies, the pioneer youth frameworks, health services, etc. Ehud Avriel. deputy secretary general of Israels Foreign Ministry, in charge of cooperation with developing countries, and one of its main architects says that the possibilities in this field have by far not been exhausted. It is a wide field in which Israel now plans to invest a great deal of effort. One of the preparatory Steps in this direction is the readying of a cadre of experts who are already undergoing special training vvhir-h am*\nt ..t,.,,. IL;... %  Respect for Science United Nations A FEW DAYS after President John son's recent announcement about joint U.S. Israel researches into the use of nuclear energy for the desalination ot sea water, the United Nations tluW) light on the exact nature of one pha-e ot such research. Johnson had mentioned, in discussing U. S.-Israeli coop eration, the fact that the International Atomic Energy Agency would be in the picture. The ters in'Vien PCCI Cd agC Cy f the UN> with head Q u arWithout linking President Johnson's announcement V.S EIsE?^ IAEA ,et ,l be k that it had asked Teehn.on, the Israel Institute of Technology at Haifa to investigate the feasibility of using atomic energy for desalination of sea water. According to the Y Utah o? n Tec n h C n e rn Cnt J >r0 fl SSOrS ^ *" "d Shomon (onuu't thl, V NUClCar Sc,enc '' Department, woul.i conduct that research project. heId Th bv IA UnttoH n T a '; Cement baCke;i UP ,he hi & P>' new. by United Nations specialists regarding Ur „.i •' sc.enti.ic standing. It was the same ipSKJi'^ Swisses-Sara which, among other things, includes study of the IanThant to select"V^nZu'i %  """ a Scientific The internal unrest which visited some of these countries in the past months has not upset Israel's plans The regimes of these countries remain firmly established and it is at their request that Israel's assistance program would continue and be expanded, including active participation in a wide range of development projects — ...„ s ii, icin.-on with t SftW^^^J"* H* Economic candidates, was forcedI to £ L* **?" "' Than bating ,he Eban selcj i, n inn ,'" ***? afternoon bers of F X-OSOC. h d ,.;;,;, ;n q an d A,ger,a mw v> inclusion. It did ft* !" I strenuously to Mr. Eban T ECOSOC voted down Z ArVh^r J !" **"***. Eban is on that committee. b,tlerenders and Mr.



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Friday, March 6. 1964 %  X lew 1st noricUan Page 13-A Varied Programs Offered to Children by Summer Camps %  \ %  % % %  HEBREW INSTITUTE OF LONG ISLAND proudly announces A DRAMATIC NEW CONCEPT IN JEWISH TRADITIONAL CAMPING HILI INTERNATIONAL CAMP BOYS and GIRLS 5 16 IA UNIQUE international exchange program bringing together Jewish [youth from the U.S.A. and many lands in a Torah inspired environment, (guided by a top mature professional staff. -OCATED on site of fabulous White Roe Lake. Livingston Manor, N.Y VLL SPORTS — Private Lake • Golf Course • Water Skiing • Sailing TOP PHYSICAL PLANT Synagogue, Indoor Gym. Crafts Shop., |nd Recreation Halls. :OMPLETE CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM. COM. 'RLHENSIVE LEADERSHIP TRAIN. NG PROGRAM C.I T /AITERS WAITRESSES STAFF AIDES JC'S. 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Page 14-A *. kn ist IfhrSdln^n Friday, March ",* ~ i Amendment to Anti-Semitism Draft Continued from Page 1-A did on (he suggestion of a nongovernmental body. Dr. Lewin, who has a voice but not a vote in the Commission, had urged the group that one of the draft convention articles which condemns apartheid and racism should also mention anti-Semitism j-pecifically. He pointed out that, historically, from ancient Greek and Roman times, through the Nazi era and down to the present, professed opponents of racism have, nevertheless, advocated or incited toward anti-Semitism. Mrs. Tre, taking her cue from Dr. Lewin immediately, then proposed an oral amendment adding the term "anti-Semitism" in the context that he had spotlighted. When several delegations agreed with her in principle but insisted that anti-Semitism be brought into another context, she withdrew her oral amendment and presented the separate article condemning antiSemitism. Dr. Barromi delivered a brief but impassioned plea to the Commission, requesting it not "to miss this historic opportunity to state formally fl fepcrdiatlbn*' oi antiSemitism, such ;i formulation, he said, "could bring encouragement and hope to millions of suffering human beings." Meanwhile, a working group of l.") of the Commission's members continued this weekend to try to hammer out an acceptance text. Manischewitz Host At Shmura Baking Many prominent rabbis in the country, among them members of the presidium of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, gathered on Monday. Feb. 24. in the world-renowned Manischewitz Matzo Bakery in Jersey City and baked Shmura Matzo. It truly was a very impressive moment when the most prominent rabbis of the American Rabbinate prepared the dough with such joy and happiness because of the great mitzvah of baking Shmura Matzo. After the baking of the Shmura Matzo was completed, the host and guests attended a luncheon in the company dining room. During the luncheon, a number of rabbis spoke in appreciation of the ceremony and also in regard to the Manischewitz family. The B. Manischewitz Company produces besides Matzo products, many foods such as Gefilte Fish, Chicken Soup. Borscht, Baby Meats. Cookies. Macaroons, and assorted wine products. Jan Pearce, leading tenor of the Metropolitan Opera, will conduct the traditional Passover seders in the Napoleon Room of the Deauville Hotel, Mar. 28 and 29. A special "Passover with Jan Peerce," will be telecast on NBC's network program, "The Eternal Light," Sunday, Mar. 22 at 12:30 p.m. Rabbi Elizer Silver of Cincinnati, chairman of the presidium of the Union of Orthodox Robbies of the United States and Canada, presenting Certificate of Kashruth for The B. Manischewitz Company to Bernard Manischewitz, nresident. Shown left to rioht: Rabbi Chaim Marlinsky of New York, Bernard Manischewitz, D. Beryl Manischewitz, Chairman of the Board, Rabbi Eliezer Silver, William B. Manischewitz, Treasurer, Rabbi Naftoli Riff of Camden, N.J., and Rubbi Isaac Siegel II MIRY CORDON \V I CORDON I \M | s H .IIKIMIS GORDON FUNERAL HOME EM \\i 11 ( iORDON / i under, I • %  %  -i .i -. l called her-the Kiddush and then my turn for "Ma Nishtanah' and the answer giver*, with Grandpa's voice ringing out over all—the first half of the Hagadah almost overeven the bitter herbs tasted so good—Passoter It was always "strong"—all were compelled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt water—ano then the meal—nobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandma—we ate—ano ate and then the "Bmchen"-and the rest of the Hagadah-and some more cups of wine—and the opening of the door—and the stories of how in the old country someone frightened the whole family by appearing at that door—but best of all the tongs with which the second half of the Hagadah abound—and the feeling of drowsiness-content* I ment-and the thought that tomorrow the same thing once more I MANISCHEWITZ WINE COMPANY, N. 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.-.March 6. 1964 Jewish ncrfdliar Page 15-A u '3 IOUS S, IrtTH ISRAEL. 7801 r.rlvle ave. InodOX. Rabbi Isaac Ever. iT SHALOM CONGREGA985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Israel Kershner. jil ii.m, •!! %  SII.IM.-II li.-l Miii-i'ii> Kahn, SaturUaj LE ENES. 2533 SW 19th ave vat ve. Rabbi Abraham Schr DAViO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con. ffiive. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. lor William W. Union. v. p .in. I'..iMltavah: Bteph| mlitor of Mr. and Mrs. MaurI Saturiloj %  • a.m. Bar Mltai n Juel, non ..I Mr. ..nil Air' Smith. EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Solomon Schiff. p.m. Ba.turd.iy v *-'i'* a.m. ; ••QIU Htlotilng innl i" < 'h •!ervices V Jhls LiJeekend CANDLEUGHTING Jim 22 Adar — 6:05 p.m. lSFLITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. EYIdn) •" %  i ". and S:15 p.m. 8ermmi "Iyxikinsj ;ii I.I:.Thruuiih 11ii %  Baturday v r. n.m. Sermon: "The Blrchltex in Jtuullam." :.:i:. p.m. Bar Mltsvah. Noi man Tow KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber, man, SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6433 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green, wald. Kiiil:i\ .*.:l.*i nnrl vl"> p.m. Kurmoit: "On* of iluMom Itemarknlilr I'erBOIIH in uur Hiatory." Saturday '.' n.m. SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 102S NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday R:i5 p.m. Sermon: "Iloximt, :i PllRan I'l-tim.-" S.niiril.i) VI.". i a.m. Sermon: "The llltual: The Km-: bodlment f the Ideal." TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. I i Ida} T ::.. p.m. Children %  eliibratiim bli'thdaya in Mulch will In I TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.' WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Keiorm Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Frlda> S:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Jew I Ish situation in ill.. Hoviel Cnlon. \ S.ilm .i \, tivity • — JACOB. 301-311 Washington Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Maurice Mamches. r. I. HI. Katurdii i v : '' H m San. tlfli aii..ii "i Time "i v Sanotlt) — • KODESH 1101 SW 1ith ave. n Traditional. Rabbi Max |re. Cantor Fred Bernstein. p.n .-. • MI. M "All l'nAni al.d IKK, preKented hj Mr. and M.lai•.til in honor %  ( ilii> .Mi. Find Mi .1..-. im !:.. I.. |.-.i i. I. Mi mid Mi ill IIM-I Hi.i in. u Shiilihul i :i I.I Saldi .'I. of Moral Sermon "Tin I .\ il M O b H c CONGREGATION. [W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Simon April. Cantor Hyman • p.m. S. i in, .p '. >ui • MII mi |eB." Saiitr.l. v Bai Mltsvnh: .Mil.loll, son %  i.i Mi. Alfred 1'renton. [RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ve laox. Ralph Kneger, seers ITFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. OrRabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky • rORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip. Cantor Ben-Zion KirschenI I", p.m. lias MltXVllh Judy, %  i.f Mi in.I MrBurton I Saturdaj 8:1.". -. m Bui Mam... non "I Mi lllld Mr* Itoxdln Lee, KOII of Mi find I ar.l :.ii'.. pin i'-'' : >!..,. -,.li >.f M: a n.1 Mr.-. L.\l. I/. • %  • RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St krv.it.ve. R.ibbi Harold Richter. |r Joel Lerner. ii Bel m..ii •Win. i, | i .< \ i i I i I i : I :, otitf %  i Amel II Sii %  Sern I r.'iiIon of liui Mltavah Hai i y, win .! KM i. II ildii EGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 ngtjn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Strassfeld. — • ER GRANADA. 50 NW 51sl riservative. Rabbi David RosCantor George Goldberg. I." ..in BtudelitM of a.lull will lie hotlored, Li.p.,1 i ted hj Mr* Melvlna fi; in.I Mm l-:-ihr Ualeiiko. in a n, Bar Mltsvnh: VI ml Mi11, in > koERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 prews ave. Reform. Rabbi M. Leviton. •:.i p. MI Sal'ir.la. %  II 111 ah: Paul, -..n of Ml mi llan-< l The World is Meant to be 'Home for All' By RABBI SIMON APRIL Beth Moshe Congregation There is an interesting question asked by Rabbi Jacob in the Midrash "Tanchumo": Why does the Psalmist rejoice saying, "Lord I love the habitation of Thy house." Why the exultation? •"Because, answered Rab%  bi Jacob, the completion of the Tabernacle is equal to the creation of the world Ii anything today requireemphasis, it ithis conception, the conception that the world is our home. We stress the thought that God is our Father and that man is our brother; but. we seem to overlook the essential factor that really complements the second ideal. How can we conceive man as our brother, if we are not mindful of the truth that the world was meant to be the home of all of us. How can we speak RABBI SIMON APRIL Icno* the frufh of God as our Father, if we do not mean by so saying that we are all one family, if we conDr. Kalman Kahana (center) vice minister of Israel in charge of education, wih (left) Rabbi Noah Chodos, vice chairman executive committee, Union of Or'hodox Congregations of America; and (right) Rabbi Nachman Schneider, executive director. Mirrer Yeshiva of Jerusalem. struct a barrier between people and people? We still have doctors of theology, who choose to be otherworldly rather than this-worldly. who are busily engaged in obtaining individual salvation rath or than the salvation of mankind as a whole. Man's real home, according to those teachers, is not here on earth; manreal home is heaven, and the way they chose to prepare for heaven was usually by turning earth into a 'vale of tears." They saw to it that tears should never cease from the land. For this reason killings and persecutions, faggots and fetters, racks and dungeons and expulsions were instituted in the very name of God the Father. It is quite clear, then, that if a cure be honestly desired, then the prescribed doctors must rid civilization of all religious misconceptions. They must prove that this world is our home not a "vale of tears," though men be not of the same faith, though their beliefs arc different their habits are different, their color is different, their customs and language diverse, yet all belong to the same home—the world For the home is a spiritual conception. Honu is a matter of souls and hearts harmoniously dwelling together. Likewise, the world is a home not only tor bodies but also lor souls living m harmony with one another, living together with the all overlooking Father of the Universe. To exemplify this truth, ancient Israel constructed Mishkan. Our sages wisely say: 'The completion of the tabernacle was equal to the creation of the world." The conception of the home land of the world, indeed, complements the conceptions of the Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man, thus giving fullness to the life of man here on earth. ur.lav 10:30 a.m. S. riii<.n: "If tlzcKi-l vlaited ill.Iniliil Nali.n.-' • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservativ* Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor Ernest Steiner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasa ave. Liberal. Kabbi Leon Kromsfi. Cantor David Conviser. I'rl.l.i.i vl.". p.,ii. 11. ilii-aiinn Hervlce. .-iiui.la. lo:IS a.m. Uur Mltzvub: I'.-i.-r liavld BchwaMx, non of Mra David Miirauli.-H. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38/ NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman, Cantor Alexander Cohen. • TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. • TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrmarv Cantor Hirsb Adler. l-'ri.ia> -: :n p.m Sermon: "'The Deputy' (*i.in.-to Broudwa)—A Kal-In Applai.-al." TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. |.'ri.l.i> vl". p.m. Sermon: "The I'IM-- a.m. I tin Mltsvnh: Ma' Nathaniel, .I Mi ami MrMeyei A. i:..-kin TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. I "i ila.\ ^ : I". p.lli, .It! I'.'!-: anil r-.ill.i-." S'allMna> !' a in Be im Hi: "Til. I'.. I I i.ii ..; ill. I _i u ." Hai Mltsvah: Ira. i*..n of M. ami Mm i I ll .-uniall. • TEMPLE NER TAMlD. 80th st. in) Tatnm Waterway. Modern Trad., tion.ii. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Cantor Saul H. Breeh. I'l i.lil) N:|S |l III. S. i in.,n "The Rol • .a ih. Woman in the Jewlxli Horn. r.aM txvah: Km. n, daUKhtei %  •: Mi .il, I Mi In 111: .1 Kitel Si a ilu !•'. a.m. I: II Mi!*\.i Ii Ha: ... M mil A. -. An in Tr.n r v TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St, Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Cershon Levin. Ki-ldai 7:::.' p.m Sermon: "OIII Barred Cow." Saturday s '"' a.m. liar MltSVah Mai Mil, -..n ..I Mi an l Mr-. Irank I 'a ker t> —_ TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. l-'iiila\ s: I .*. p in Sermon "II. Televudiin Ii %  luen IVnHored." Bai ill-da} 11 a in. Dai Mltsvah: Steven, I Mi ami .VrJohn I'a-. • — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 9=1 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabol Hyman Gross. h'l-idn} Rila p in Satnrdn> i:., Mlts\ah: .1. Hi. %  >. <>n .-: M Mi.-.im I., • TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Z.imora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. I. Ida} v 1.1 p m. Bel m, ,II "Thi I'' • aft. r f'lirlm." Sal I r'iaBermon: "The l-aw of I'tirlt} llai Miiz>.-li Marl In. non "i Mr. ..ml Mrs 11} man Kliii-.'ii. TEMPLE ZIOIM. 3/20 SW 17th st Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. I-'I Ida} • %  '." p.m. i im u Bhabli it ho • i.| I., Mr an I Mi Loulu Ki.-nm '' ami Mi ami Mi -. I V \ iii l: rill honor %  !' their .iin:v. : -a. i. Sainii -i IM. liar Mi/a .iii i "Iim k. son --: M. ami MrMi. k. Vllllll TIFERETH ISRAbL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Ki ilaj |',fl p m s. • Ii. -Ii "Tin I i: -' of all M..111I1" Slti I'll I will In.-I Mi. i.m^ sir,'.liui. Sattirtla} :• a.n Sermon "The I'ortloii ,.1 Hi.Week • YOUNG ISRALi-. no NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber I-Ida} ; p.in. Baturda} '• a in S. • m..n "The Red Helfi rZl^f I Israeli Education Official on Visit P37 N. E. 19th St. lP*'omi Congregation >seph R. Narot, Rabbi lob G Bornttein, Cantor irices Friday, 8.-15 PM. SERMON: Comments on Harry on'ioff's new novel: IE CHOSEN ONE." OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW IPLE EMANU-EL V. ishington Ave.. M.B. :.%  1 \ 1 I i\ .|V'NG LEHRMAN. Rabbi rih Adler. Cantor :vening Service 8:30 P.M. SERMON: OEPUTV COMES TO % AOWAY A RABBI'S APPRAISAL" fcy Morning Service 9 AM. Sermon 10:30 A.M. 1 -1 %  Your impiiri. I !•' %  111 ilv M. nil. -i -hips JE 8-2503 UNYONAIRES NAGOGUE Bird Road, Miami Ph. 446-2181 IRZUT and KADDISH p 1 %  > l.m, and 6 p.m. n.. 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Amcricnn schools were commended for curricula and admin istration by Dr. Kalman Kahana, vice minister of Israel in charge of administration, who arrived here for a short visit Dr. Kahana visited New York -eli. nls for several days and planned 10 M-11 some of the schools operated by the Dade County County School Board.the Hebrew Academy, and schools under the direction of the Jewish Bureau of Education. With Dr. Kahana is Rabbi Noah Choios, vice-chairman of the executive committee, Union of Orthodox Congregations of America, and Rabbi Nachman Schneider, executive director, Mirrer Yeshiva of Jerusalem. Describing conditions in Israel, Dr. Kahana explained "only an elementary education is compulsory in Israel. Higher schools of learning have to be supported by paid tuition or giants from the government. About 70 percent of I the facilities in high schools and technical schools is now available to all students. Dr. Kahana plans i<> discuss Hie possibility of exchanging American and Israeli teachers for a year or more, so that Israel may benefit from the latest education | a) techniques. "Our biggest job." said the rabbi, "is to integrate, educationally. Children from almost 70 countries 1 ol the world, into speaking a com1 inon language 1 Hebrew) and at I the same time prepare them for a highly technological world." Hebraic Units Hear World Traveller A recent trip to Abyssinia fur-. nished the material for an address by Dr. Alexander Rosenfeld, world traveller and author. mi Wednesday evening for the Hebraic groups of Greater Miami. Sponsored by the Bureau of Jew ish Education. Moadan Hebrew Circle and Hebrew Teach Assiis m Greater Miami. Dr. Rosenfeld's talk was titled "The Exotic JewImpressions ol the Falasha." 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9-jf^lstncridiar Friday. March 6. 1964 Page 2-B ^ Hadassah Groups Schedule Events for March ** WWW ** r rt for choir Program direction is under .. .. Hadassah group meetings foi uwr. nj ,.,.„,,,...„....., duc* The fifteen Miami Beach Haclas -,ih Croup meetings for March wi celebrate Youth Aliyah. Bar Harbor Group will hold its regular luncheon meeting Monday. 11:30 a.m., at the Singapore Hotel. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will speak on "Youth Aliyah Changes With Changing Times." President iMrs. Gus Roberts Brandeis Group will hoi I a Youth Aliyah celebration Monday at the Fontaineble.au Hotel. Chairman is Mrs. Edward Weithorn and president is Mrs. Earl Coplan. Deborah Group will hold a lun chcon on Monday noon at the Caribbean Hotel, meeting at 1 p.m.. card games following business of i oreo meeting Beach Executive Board Meets Executive board of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Nal Barth. president, will honor Diamond Imas" at an Oneg Sha>at at (he home of Mrs. A. J. Malasky. 6.330 N. Bay R.I.. on Sat urriay at 1 p.m. A Diamond Ima (Ima is mother .n Hebrew) has contributed $600 a ear. lor 10 consecutive years, the %  ost per year to support a child in fsrael under Youth Aliyah sponsorship. Diamond Imas to be honHadassah group meetings March will afrtt held on Monday Mrs.^ ^^ Aviva Will have an 11 a.m. lunMt. Scopus, Mrs. Louis Alexanident, will meet at Beth have an 11 a m. cheon meeting at the Summit Besin Dadeland. President lauranl der. presi M rs. Morns Herman will conduct ^ Socia| „ al | a %  > p.m. ShirThe lev I Green, painter and sculptress "ill speak on "Understand. „,,. ^rt." Her works wiU be on display with those Of Ann Axclrod., Ethel Blake. Stella Topol. Max B. Astor. On the spot sketches of members will be done by Marion' Smith, portrait painter Bessie Spen and Elizabeth Zentler. Chairman of the Ima project is Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. Emma Lazarus Group will hold a regular meeting at the Washing \ Soloist Iris Rosen Will present ton Federal Auditorium. Norman-, music selections accompanied by dy Isle, on Monday noon. RefreshEsther Barrett. ments will be served by hostesses Mrs. Johan L. Berman. Mrs. Harry Kastan and Mrs. Norman Meyers Popular Mosical Program the agenda and the program will feature a film. "In the American Way." Chai will hear a book review by Mrs. Henry Wernick at Beth Town -Jongregation. Meeting, called tor t p.m.. will be conducted by Mrs. Maurice Simmons, president. e Chaim Weiim.nn, Miss Kdythe Bernstein, president, will meet at ^ J0 the Pioneer Club. 250 NW No. Riv%  p ^ m ? r Dr.. 8 p.m. Program Will be a ^ ^ ymM talk on Jewish National Hind b> wfl| gpe Mr. M. Burstein. Chapter coordi• nator. and a quiz program, "You Tikvah, Mrs. Eugene Silverstone. will meet on Thursday. 12. 8 p.m., at the South MiEederal Bldg. Guest speaker non oi the Village ak on his trip Bet Your Life. in honor of their anniversaries. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid, will review John F. Kennedy's book. "Profiles in Courage." Mrs. Norman Meyers is president. Shaloma Group will bold its regular meeting Monday noon at the DiLido Hotel. Program will include guest speaker. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and musical selections by Stanley Rosensweet. singer. Mrs. Irwin Shapiro is president Esther Group will hold a Youth Aliyah celebration at the Algiers Hotel on Saturday. Chairman is Mrs. Aaron Tepper and president is Mrs. Hattie Safir. Israeli Group will hold a regular meeting on Monday noon at the Algiers Hotel. Refreshments will be served and program will be a lilm entitled "In the American Tradition." President is Mrs Esther Meyer Henrietta Szold Group will hold a regular meeting on Monday. 12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. President is Mrs. Herman Feller. Stephen S. Wise Group will hold its meeting on Monday noon, at the Deauville Hotel. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Samuel /.. Sakrais. and a film. "Holidays in Israel," will be shown. President i~ Mrs. Harry P. Cohen. Nico and Nora Feldman will pre sent a program of Israeli and Yiddish folk songs and arias from popular operas and Broadway shows on Sunday evening. Mar. 15, at Hibiscus Auditorium, 955 Alton Rd. Nico is a former leading tenor ol the Israeli Opera Co.. and Nora, coloratura soprano, has given concerts in Vienna, Rome and Israel. Menorah, Mrs berg, president, will meet lei House. Coral Cables. 12:30 p.m. Theme will be "Our Great Herd age." and a salute to Israel. "So Israel is Reborn," will complement the general theme. Participating will be Mesdames R. Hankin, M. Handshu, H. Hirshman, T. Lomas kin. D. Seitlin. B. Seltzer, and B, Trupkin. Guest soloist will he Mrs Torah, Mrs. Sidney Langei pres Samuel Stemident. will have its "H-Day" COCkat Hiltail luncheon Monday noon at Beth Spector Hall, "Three Penny Opera Will be presented by Ruth Foreman CfiOOSe your favorite styie or HOROWITZ MARGARETtN GEFILTE FISH Tops-in-Taste Ctualitv! REGULAR ... in /.quid broth or jelled sauce jumbo Of snack-vze portions. sfSL DE LUXE made with aristocratic PIKE and WHITE FISH exclusively with homey thick, shimmering jelled sauce. ALL KOSHER FOR PASSOVER DISTRIBUTED BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 373 N.E. 61st STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Albert Einstein will have a dessen coffee following a brief meeting at noon in the Washington Federal Savings an.! Loan Auditorium. 163rd St. Mrs. Charles Roth is pies Marjorie Brown ol Temple /.ion ident. Minna Lea Forer will be honored at a Sweet Sixteen Dan sont and Supper at her home on Saturday evening. Daughter of long time Miami resi dents. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Mike Forer. 2121 SW 24th Ave., the pretty junior miss attends Coral Gables Senior High and is a member o: National Forensic League. She is currency appearing in "Rapunzel and the Witch" a: the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse. Beth Am Ladies Interfaith Project One of the largest Interfaith luncheons ever held in the City ol Miami, was sponsored recently by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am. Mrs. Paul Kalian served as chairman, assisted by Mrs. Louis Gillis and Mrs. Richard Alper. Representatives from the following churches were present: Riviera Presbyterian. St. Thomas Episcopal, Pcrrine Methodist. First National Church ot South Miami, First Unitarian, Palmetto Presbyterian, First Methodist of Coral Gables. Coral Gables Congregational. Pine crest Presbyterian, Plymouth Con gregational, Coral Way Baptist. Christ Episcopal, Kendall Metho dist. Weslej Methodist, Plymouth Congregational, and Coral Terrace Presbyterian, THE STORE WITH THE FLORIDA FIAIR *etul a ahi oi UorMu mnahine this I'assoi <>r 't.ilil 1 1 bushel y.HU full bushel Juicy Duncan grapefruit, tree ripened, full and brimming with the goodness of 'his tasty fruit from the sunshine state. A Passover specia', and a wonderful way to remember those far awav for the holiday. Sorry, no C.O.D. order; rs. CITRUS FRUIT first floor, miami, FR 4-7251 fir *< ^oor, for, laoderdale, LO 6-9601



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Friday. March 6. 1964 *K§ewls/> fH'oreaffym Paqe 3-3 Young Women Set CJA Pace -five young women sel the pace with increased giving amounting tc SS.fiOO in support Di the Young Women s DivisiojM>£^aom"t'ine-: Jewish Appeal at a luncheon at Hialeah Race Course. Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller, chairman of the luncheon; Mrs. Sam l.uby. Jr., Young Women's Campaign Chairman; Mrs. Albert Weintrnub, Division chairman, and Mrs. J. Allen Siegel. Coverage chairman, were among leaders participating in the afternoon. Two proud occurrences marked the ccca c ion, the record number of young women inaugurating the Pacesetters Program for the Division and also the generosity that show i through their increased giving to c.i.\. Table centerpieces and place cards, designed l>> Mrs. Harold Cngcr. earned out the race theme, and hostesses wore under the leadership ot Mrs. Richard stone. Sharing the dais with Rabbi Lehrman ami members ol the luncheon committee were Mrs. Marshall Harris, Education chairman; Mrs. William Binder, Young Women's Division Nominating Committee; Mrs. Inez Krensky. CJA Women's Division Initial Gifts co-chairman, and Mrs. Dorothy Falick. Women's Division Executive Secretary. Attending luncheon on Feb. 25, at Hialeah Race Course, sponsored by Young Women's Division for the 1962 CJA campaign are, left to right: luncheon chairman Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller; CJA Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman; Young Women's Campaign Chairman Mrs. Sam Luby Jr., and Division Chairman Mrs. Albert Weintraub. ORT Women See Food Exhibition Eloise Leonard, instructor in foods preparations, nutrition and catering at the Lindsey Hopkins Educational Center, will be guest, speaker Tuesday at the luncheon meeting of the Islanders Chapter, i Women's American ORT, at the Roney Plaza Hotel THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NltDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All four Furniture, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturday* In charge of reservations for the meeting which begins at 11:30 a.m. in the Ocean Lounge of the hotel. is Mrs. Ben Israel. Miss Leonard will offer a demonstration in quick preparation ol foods, according to Mrs. George Stearn. program chairman of the chapter. MIAMI BEACH 1104 Lincoln Pd. Ph. JE 1-3812 SURFSIDE 9473 Hording Avt. Ph. UN 6-6171 pierrc CUSTOM TAILORING MIAMI BEACH 1104 LINCOLN ROAD SURFSIOE 9473 HARDING AVENUE HABERDASHERY 39fh Yeor on Miami Beach COLLEGE STUDENTS An Exciting V/t Week Summer Adventure KIBBUTZ & VACATION ISRAEL & EUROPE JET DEPARTURES. June 27 I July 9 Program Features: • 14 dovs of fruit-picking ord olhfr work in Galilee KibbutriTi • 7 day "Go Native" sightseeing lour th'ouqhout li-osl • 14 dayf ol rest ord leceotion at the ASHKEION niioje dc vocaiuti en the Msditeooneon £, • 14 day lour of Holy, Swil;'!ord ord France •For further information & reservations contact: • ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE No. 1 Lincoln Road. Suite .?14, Miami Beach ^ — JE 8-1231 If Cleaning-Laundry 1^ Storage 1201 20th Street Miami Beach JE 8-6104 Twin Theme' Luncheon Due Mrs. Sam Luby Jr.. Campaign Chairman, Young Women's Division, shown presenting Mrs. Murray Dubbin with the mink capelet from Dein-bacher Furs at the CJA Young Women's Pacesetters Luncheon. Twin theme combining the "Wonderful World nt CJA' and the WfliUltrSlul Wyi;l !'l Women's l)i vision" will feature the songs ol Kay Harrison and guest speaker. Herbert .1. Garon, New Orleans attorney and leader of the Jewish Welfare Fund of that city, it was announced by Mrs. Jack Katzman. chairman of the S52 Minimum Luncheon. The affair at the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday, will be preceded by a Sherry hour at 11 a.m with Olga Bibor Stern and Miss Harrison offering continental entertain ment. Co-chairmen. Mrs. Trudy Hamcrsehlag. Mrs. David Sernaker and Mrs. Sol Silverman, have an-; nounced that the global motif, "Wonderful World of CJA." will be carried throughout the decor of the luncheon. "The So2 minimum contribution to CJA represents SI a week on lit half of the annual drive lor 57 agencies," Mrs. Katzman explained, "and I think this is a minimal amount to contribute to programs that aid so many at home and abroad every day of the year." A member of the budget com* niittee of the Jewish Welfare Fund of New Orleans, guest speaker Herbert Oaron is a former vice chairman of the Young Me: ai i .< past chairman I I hi Men's Division-.of the can. Active in New Orleans civic affairs he serves as a member of the Maj or's Traffic Safety Conference, the Metropolitan Safety Conference and as Counselor lor the Associ tion for Retarded Children. Academy Women Fashion Show Mother and daughter fashions by Wilma of New York and Miami Beach will be presented at thfMother and Daughter luncheon Ol the Hebrew Academy Women on Thursday, Mar. 12, at the Deauville Hotel. Members and daughters will model the high style creations. To be honored at the affair will be Mrs, Louis Sussman and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jerry Sussman. Proceeds of the afternoon will gi towards the school's annual yearbook project Mrs. Leonard Rosen is president ill the Hebrew Academy Women and Mrs. Jack Gerson is journal chairman. (do/it iKfltok THE STOtl WITH THf MOUD* )li .,-..: %  %  % %  --'-^> jut's barton nelertion has pvvruthina far tfour ['assurer table For welcome gifts at Passover, A. Passover Bartonettes 'Z.'ZTt B. Passover Favorites 2.1(1 C. Matzoh Balls !•§§ D. Seven Layer Cake M0U BARTON'S BONBONNIERE first floor, miami, FR 4-7251 first floor, fort lauderdale, LO 6-9601 PARTONS 9 trOUWMim/M OPtN 7 AM. 9 P.M. Some Day Service Weirer An fxtro Chorge.



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Page 4-B vjewistncridiar Friday, March 6 1364 ... ^Xrbovtt f^eoplc an j yicc S THEY SAID IT COULDN'T BE DONE RQJ and Gerald Sollz picked up Miriam and Phil Schifl and took them to the Diamond Jim Brady Koom of the Miami Springs Villas. The Schiffs had no idea that their dearest friends had gathered to surprise them in honor of their 25th anniversary. But there they were ready to toast the Schiffs with champagne. Miriam Hipped when she saw her brother, Jerry Gilbert and his wife from Atlanta. Mickey ( Mrs George 1 Gittelson wrote clever songs an.1 everyone joined Estelle (Mrs. Bernard) Lash, who has a beautiful voice, in singing them. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Simon. Mr and Mrs. Sam Stark. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Touher, Mr. and Mrs. David Goldberg, Dr. and Mrs. Alan Michaelson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harrison. COME ON A MY HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rahinowitz. went to their daughters house for dinner. It was a special dinner in honor of their 52nd anniversary. After dinner the guests drifted slowly in until all of a sudden there were all the family gathered together to flow out the candles on the big cake. It was funny when they sang Happy Anniversary to— some sang Buba and Zadie, some sang Manya ami Jack, some sang Mom and Pop hut it all added up to a wonderful evening oi fond shared memories. SOMETHING TO BRAG ABOUT II was at (he dinner of the "no Hundred b at Chandler's Restaurant. It was a delightful evening. Among the guests were Elite I Ronnie Eger, Charlotte and Stanley Wolf, a and Stewart Winston. Simmie and Paul Barnett and Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Silver man. Seal I'd in the audiance were Helen and Seymour Somerstein, Helen was mighty excited, jusl as excited aher brother's wife, Joy, as they watched Dave May who Was installed as V.P. of the One Hundred Club also receive the award tor outstanding member for service. ARE YOU A GIRL GUIDE? Janet Katz giggled when the 'company" at her house asked that question when she came into the living room dressed in her girl scout uniform. The next question, "Are they coming to collect you?" delighted her all the more. Douglas Mann, director of the Albert Mann Engineering Co. in Basildon Essex whose home is in Great Worley, England, is a most charming V.I.P., according to his hosts, Muriel and Eugene Katz. SURPRISE! SURPRISE! Every year on h,.birthday Dr..Stanlc> Kuhardson and his two buddies. Dr. Sephen Reffer and Chester Kay have dinner with Stanley S parents. Nancy and Alex Richardson. This year was no exception, everything as usual. But when Stanley walked in the door he was greeted i>> his many friends shouting. "Happy Birthday All of the cars had been parked next door. A lishina rod decorated the huge birthday cake, hut no fish, even though fishing is his hobby. Among the guests were Dr. Harvey Lazman. Mr. and Mrs. Julkes Sokoloff. Ruth and Melvin Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Roth. Dr. and Mrs. Victor Dembrow. Dr. and Mrs Max Spron, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Winston. AN ONEG SHABBAT Massed pastel shaded flowers filled the house and decorated the buffet table when Esther (Mrs. A. J.) Molasky entertained at an Oncg Shabbat, it was really a luncheon, in honor of her daughter Sylvia Fankel, of St. Louis. Sylvia left her husband Maurcie. in charge of ail of the bad weather up North and the four young Prankels. Leslie. Judy. Helene and liar iie to pay a quick visit to her parents. Among Hie guests u ho spent a delightful afternoon in the discussions of Jewish problems were Mrs. Aaron Reder, Mrs. Earl Coplan, Mrs. Fred Jonas, Mrs Phillip Thau. MrHarry Rosenberg, ..n.l Mrs Ann Welshman LARCADE ELEGANTE In plain English thai means those adorable new little shops in down town Burdines. In an unusual display the most fascinating and sophisticated of gay "things" were shown. There were at least five different kinds of jewelled pipes for the woman who has given up smoking cigarets, In the limelighl was a shift in a handsome Noah's Ark fabric. Seen eating lunch in the tea room were young Mrs. Albert Morrison and her mother, Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, who had one toot under the table and the other ready to dash back into the shopping iray. At still another table was Harriet. Mrs. Milton Margolis. SOME EXCITEMENT Diaper service, was started, a crib delivered, a stroller came too. There was much scurrying about at the Leo Berman house. Rae's daughter Dianne (Mrs. Stanley) Tesler had sent Wendy and Cathy to visit grandma. The weather was cold in Fayetteville and it seemed like a good idea to put them on a train with their nurse. —FRANCES LEHMAN DISTRIBUTED BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 373 N.E. 61st STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Attending the Beth David Sisterhood Torah Fund Reward Luncheon at the home of Mrs. Seymour Friend are 'le;t to right) Mrs. Louis Seitlin, Sisterhood president, Mrs. Ncrman N. Shapiro, and Mrs. Murray Gladstone, chairman of the Torah Fund. Beth David Women Hold Reward Event Beth David Sisterhood members were entertained on Feb 26 al I ic Coral Gables horn.' ol Mrs Se> moor Friend Occasion was a reward luncheon lor contributin: • %  minimum ol $18 Chai i toward the Jewish Theological Seminary Torah Fund and the proposed Matilda Schechter Resident II a 11 for Women, The first in what is planned as an annual luncheon to honor Chai contributors to the Torah Fund, highlight of the afternoon was a showing of fashion wigs by Lanor of Miracle Mile with Si rho.M members as models. Mrs. Murray Gladstone man of the Torah Fund, bisted by Mesdames Harob. ...:,, Rubin Bott. Walter F.ilk. 1 m Friend. Max Handshu, S Kaplan. Manuel Lubel. Morris Ha inow i'/. Meyer Rbbbrns :. se, Bettj Schwartz, Da naker and Mrs. Nathan man. White Elephant Sale A white elephant sale n light the Miami Beach A Chapter, Women'Americai ORT meeting on Wednesday, 11 ; To be held at the Barcelona Hoti I Mrs. L. Jacobson. ptesider", will conduct the busine.-s aget %  : %  preceding the program. Have pot roast, Kasha and gravy tonight/ HASH %  •*• Tewr;c7n^ A SHA C OKBOOK TO Sr n d m nU ideas to""od.m meals 9RRVEI to: PhSw 0 r g B i,h K Sha Address "* %  "> !" y "" Wo,ff Pnn Yn. New York MAM, THArS A DISH I *> — w



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Fridcry. March 6. 1964 %  'JmlSti fhriditr Page 5-B Pioneer Women Events Mm. Milton Green, president. Greater Miami Council o£. Pioneer Women and member of the national tuard. this week attended the Organization's three-day con[arena in New York City. I'i' Deer Women, which will eelebrati its 40th anniversary in September, provides almost half of all social services for women and young people in Israel through almost 1.000 childcare and immigrant rehabilitations centers. Mr! Jack Sills, president, announce! a smorgasbord, sponsored by Kadimah, 1being held on Sat urday, 7 p.m.. ut the home of .Mrs William Ch.i%  3061 SW 11th St. Mi Lillian Cohen is chairman Members ot the committee an Mesdit'iies William Chase, Leah Priedson, Rose Brady, K. Ralman, fi Selcer and M. Kesaler. On Monday noon. Club 2 will honor Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fish man with a luncheon at the Stai Restaurant. 3il Washington Ave. Miami Y Auxiliary Tenders Coffee A get acquainted coffee was to be held on Thursday, Mar. 5. at the home of Mrs. M. Marks. 483( SW ffind Ave. to introduce tht Miami YMHA Women's Auxiliary tu the South Miami area, it was announced by Mrs. Jack Amazon president. Mrs Herschel Rosenthal is mem bership chairman. The Auxiliary has undertaken t< provide buservice tor chilorei. and senior citizens at the "Y". National Cardiac Meets j>n Tuesday lilar metjng ot Miami Chap ti fational hildren's Cardiai Hos] tal, on I esday, will be fol |0W< I :rr\-lew to be given bj Mrs, Frank Kerdyk. Schedulec lor 1 pJri.i '" nuiiing will bt held in the meeting room 01 the Hi spiti 1173 SW 12th Ave 1 • group's annual pledge lun cheoti is slated for Tuesday noon Mr. 17, at in Doral Beach Hotel, and funds raised will go to the Hospital. MrSam Schulwolf is chairman. Rabbi Labovitz Reviews Profiles' Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of Temple Net Tamid will give a report on John F. Kennedy's award winning work. "Profiles in Courage" at the meeting of the Emma Laz arus Group of Hadassah. Meeting will i>e held at the Washington Federjl Bldg. on Normandy Isle. Hadassah plant to erect a $500.000 building in Israel as a memorial to the late beloved President. Hostesses v. ill be the following members who are celebrating anniversaries this month: Mrs. Norman Meyers, president; Mrs. Johan Bcrman. honorary vice president; Mrs. Harry Kastan, program vice president. Sugfl'ine MlMtaw fcnumotm MWKtn Mrs. Abraham Shedroff, chairman. baa 1 anted Mrs. .SadieHubert to ^ive the invocation. Mrs. Ida Liftman is president. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president )l Golda Meir Club, has called the next regular meeting lor Wedneslav, 1 p.m., at the Beth El Center Plans for the annual donor luncheon to be held on Sunday. Mar. 15, at the Fontainebleau Hotel, will %  < discussed and tickets to the iffair distributed Israel Women's league 'arms New local Chapter Newly formed Florida Chapter if the Women's League for Israel vill have a luncheon and card \irtv Tuoday noon, at the Delano Hotel A film showing the work of the .Vomen's League for Israel will be hown. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, diector of the Spinoza Forum for \dult Education, will speak. Chairman is Mrs. Edith Kapell. .ice president, with Mrs. Tanya Wolshin in charge of reservations. The Hanna Senesch Group held a regular meeting las' Monday at the Algiers Hotel. The Hanna Senesch Players presented "The Miracle of the Mellah" for Youth Aliyah, written by Rebecca Lipson and directed by Eva Blum. Players shown standing (left to right) are Mrs. Jack Falk. Mrs. Sama Swee, Mrs. Sylvia Kurland, Mrs. Max Goldberg, Mrs. Benjamin Wolff and Mrs. Samuel Feldman. Seated (left to right) are Henrietta Lorber, acting president. Eva M. Blum, director, Rebecca Lipson, author, and Frances Benjamin. GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE Rich flavor and mellow ta'am have made Maxwell House by far and away the best loved coffees in Jewish homes. Their matchless quality has been constant for three generations—constant In giving Joy and good cheer at meal time, refreshment time, holidays and every day. Why not have a cheering cup of Maxwell House Coffee right now!... Regular In 1 and 2 lb. cans; or Instant in 2, 6 and 10 oz. jars. Good to the last drop! \*\*\ INSTANT KOSHER-PARVE Certified by RabW Harach Kohn MAXWELL HOUSE GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING! /~1HII %  MMM rooot Fine Products of General Foods



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Page 6-B knisiffhrkUnr Friday, March 6. 1S64 = *> 'What Happened on Jen. 16?" mystery drama cted and staged by local playwright LilBurak will be presented by the Bsth ShirI layers on two successive Saturdays, Mar. 7 and 14, at 8:30 p.m. Cast members tig lefl to right) Sy Abramson, Jeffrey Rosin /in Burger, Perry Altfield Joe v ft berl Adler, Ronald Ruder. (Sea^d Gale Saxe, Marcia Seidner, Barbara Foosaner, Sheba Pyne, Leon Spitzer. Center front, Lillian Burak. Not shown, Dorothy Roth, Mara La Cava, David Katz, Ruth Steinberg, Joseph Rosenblatt, Jr. Assisting in staging, Sylvia Spitzer, Heniy Dcnnor, Sid Hau men and Janet Me tzer. Proceeds will go *o the Temple Building Fund and future Ed al Buildi available I I Rabbi Krcnish Leads Book Review Event *"">' s ; dd th „ A musical program under uu Le i Levin, president, Sisrhood ol Temple Beth Sholom, nno inces the next session ol ks and Bagels with the RabI'ill be held on Wednesday, %  15, 10 .'in a m.. in the Sister ood Loungi Leon Kronish, spiritual Bet h Sholom, w ill re\ ie ushei .. "Pr icocious aphy." Co-chairmen ol the projeel are ,,,.„,, r ship ,„ Mr Max .Mrs. Benjamin I'. Goldstein and will follow ;i brief business meetMr.-. Harry E. Wolk, ling "' the Miami Friendly Social Club on Sunda> Event i.schedul Proceeds go towards the sup,.,: f or %  > ,, ,,, at Beth El Congrega port of the Beth Sholom Library, tion, r NATIONALLY FAMOUS... ] FOR SO YEARS THE FABULOUS ZEIGER KOSHER CUISINE! ZEIGERS' %  ESIDEWT MASHBIaCH jRitzPlaza RESERVE NOW FOR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDERS Conducted by the Eminent CANTOR H. MARCHBEIN MAR8INY & Choir RESERVE FOR KOSHER SEDERS OR ENTIRE PASSOVER Conducted by REV. NATHAN ROSE Reservations: Call JE 1-7381 On the Ocean • Collins Ave. Off Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach i ttfi.tf. #;# STO Tbnzrnd lljdc \llltUllkir|,Wlll>ll' Henry £. Mangels Co. 3550 N.W. 58th Street Ph. NE 5-1391 In preparation for "Save Your Vision Week," proclaimed by President Lyndon B. Johnson for observance this week, members of the Dade County Optometric Association conduct a free visual screening program at Goodwill Industries. Employee George Silverman (seated center), 130 NW 55th Ct is tested by Dr. Sanford L. Ziff (left) and Dr. Leonard Margolis (right) with the use of a Talebinocular, which measures visual skills. Some 200 handicapped workers were screened for visual defects, while members of the American Society of Safety Engineers and the Dade County Citizens Safety Council inspected the premises and checked working conditions TRADITIONAL KOSHER PASSOVER SEDERS ... under the direction of the Sirkln Family EVENINGS OF MARCH 27th & 28th $25 per person for both evenings incl. tax & gratuity Seder conducted under the auspices of CANTOR MORDECAIYARDEINI Celebrated Rarjio StaConcert Sincjer inn World Furious Cantor S,STE0 BY HAM* SIRK.N Ma*.,..h .„ ,, em stl For Reservations: Mr Swirko Phone: JEfferson 4-2445 OCEANFRONT, COttlNS AVENUE AND LINCOLN ROAD MALL hvaurillv P presents ^S 4Q*^ •hui Reeree Metropolitan Opera Star, conducting PUSSOVPV Sudvrx Svilvr Fn. Mar 27-7 PM tip and lax mcl. W IT SoVOtHl SH'fit'f Sal Mar 28-8 PM tip and tax Incl, Children under 8 —$10 for each ieder Call I'n .-//.##/ Catering Dep IHitnri, lull H slrit ill/ iibmi I i-il. I nihr iifirri isiim of It alibi Iihnr II. Sii-riti On the ocean at 67th St., Miami Beach\? ABE GSFTERS NEW KOSHER ROMWELL HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 20th ST., MIAMI BCAC1' .1 .t-.-tl t,y B' f \ • • c i • ** y t Exfro Special Oiscourf Dc< I Celebrate With Us. 20th these Passovei Special DIscou it Pcckare Plon |.\ R • %  r J in a roon to May 1st I r % %  :. %  %  N • Single I higher. Write or C.i/I Direct-ABE GfiTER It 4-2141, Miami fc.nch CfNTRALLT HEATED b AIR CONO. 'NDIV. CONTR I PVT BEACH b FOOL KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVENUE ~:;-'_• %  ; Phone JE 2-1671 RESERVATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR THE PASSOVER SEDERS Complete, les Services Condu'*^d by CANTOR BPN GSOSSBERG MkSHGtACH ON PREMISES ^^V>A< >/>e>*^^^, 'S */\*i^'VS^^W Vi-VVVVV^A^vWVWW Low Rates to March 22nd RESERVE FOR HOLIDAYS HOW! KOSHER MODIFIED AMERICAN PIAN DICXARr LAWS Con?"'' B'eo>'sti7 Cj.rit Oilier UNSURPASSED FOOD DELIGHTS RESERVATIONS: JE 8-5711 Contor Abraham Sif "ESTRVE PASiiovcn M the New HOTEL rgssBBr '"" %  Tim. 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Friday. March 6. 1964 tJenlstnorldicin Page 7-3 Leaders of Pioneer Women a'tending a luncheon sponsored by the organization on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal at the Barcelona Hotel on Feb. 26. Left to riaht are Mrs. Fred Sandier, Mrs. Jen Meyers, Mrs. Israel Shapoff, Mrs. Milton Green, luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Ann Quaker. Temple Israel Sisterhood Plans Donor Luncheon Mrs. Sidney Raflel ichairman Of the Annual Donor Lunchron of Temple Israel ol Greater Miami, to be given Wednesday, Mar. 18 at noon in the Cafe Le Can Can R torn ol the Carillon Motel. Theme, 'World's Fare," will be carried out in decorations and entertainment, which "ill present Bill Jordan and his twin pianos. and Folics Bergere >iar Lynda Gloria, current headliner of the Oui Oui Paree Show at the Carillon Motel. Prizes brought back from Europe by Mrs. Max Matz will be presented. For the first time at a temple Israel Donor Luncheon there will be an Angels table for men. ehaired by Mrs. Phyllis Pollack. Mrs. Aaron Kanner is chairman of donor tickets. Mrs. Robert Saltman is co-chairman. I onta ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET TRADITIONAL, setieR SERVICES conducted by T ftV^. 1 HOTEL inebl t)R. iRViNQ LellRMAN and Cantor Hirsh Adler under the auspices of TEMPLE EMANU-EL SISTERHOOD BALLROOM March 27 and 28, 1964 SI 7.50 per person Reservations : Banquet Dept. JE 8-8811 V ^7 K—^rMstcil #V< OF THE rgstai 'voow l |)iA1 „ om RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR PASSOVER 9-DAY PERIOO 3 MEALS DAllY Under Strict ftobbinicol Supervision VERY SPECIAL RATES FOR FAMILY RESERVATIONS SAND-ELL TO CATERERS Call Mr. Weiss UN 6-6226 If No Answer Call UN 6-5278 Gertrude Berg at Grove Playhouse "Yoo Hoo. Mrs. Bloom." and all the heart-warming echoes of her glorious past will resound again lor Miami theatre-goers, Tuesday. Mar. 10. when Gertrude Berg, known to the world as "Molly Goldberg" and beloved star of Broadway, radio and television, opens her long-awaited engagement in her hit comedy. "Dear Me. the Sky is Falling." at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Also starring famed YiddishAmerican stage star. Joseph Buloff. the company, which opened also a year ago to the day on Broadway, will include many of the original cast members. Featuring Jill Kraft and Trosa Hughes, the supporting cast includes Michael Baseleon. Maurice Ottinger, Alex Canaan. Berta Gersten, Mimi Randolph. Minerva : Pious and Miamians, Julian Voloshin and Ann Shaw. Written by Leonard Spigelgass and based on a story by Miss Berg and James Yalfe. "Dear Me. the Sky is Falling" stars Miss Berg as a devoted but busy-body mother who runs the lives of everyone in her family. Hearing that her daughter has been consulting a psychiatrisl on the eve of her marriage, she decides to visit the analyst herself and promptly Involves everyone in the problem. A heart warming follow-up to Miss Berg's and playwright Spigelgass' earlier triumph, "A Majoritj of One," the comedy scored solid Broadway hit bul had to be withdrawn because of Miss Berg's ill health Performances are nightly, ex cept Monday, at S::UJ p.m., with matinees al 2:30 p.m Wednesdaj s and Saturdaj -. RICHARD TUCKER famed Metropolitan Opera tenor, world's greatest cantor, conducts traditional PASSOVER SEDERS /2c*>) f\s 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 reservations, call Catering: JE 2-2561 MIAMI BEACH PROMENADE HOTEL B5T PASSOVER SEDER JEWISH STYLE FOOD $8 Person F£ StDU Tax & Tio Included FOR RtStKVAJIONS Call Kitty Kleinberg JE 8-5721 CANTOR REVEREND ISRAEL OFFICIATING 2469 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH The Strictly Kosher A Well Known Rabbi and Cantor Will Off kiate at Seders \ Beth H sisterhood Luncheon \ STRATH HAVEN HOTEL Proceeds ol Congregation Beth El Sisterhood luncheon slated for Tuesday, noon, in the Dora August Auditorium, will go to ihc Hebrew Sehool. tjbi/blomat PRESENTS TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER Friday. March 27, at 7:00 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky of Temple Beth Sholem $10 per person For reservations, c.ll 945-9571 in Mi.mi, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA 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 FLAMINGO KOSHER 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 ZARFTSKT OFFICIATING Make Your Reservations Now-Call JE 2-9961 Dinner now being served from 4 to 9 p.m.



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Page 8-B vjewist" FfrrMfon Friday. March 6. ;:c4 Pepper Keynotes Debate Tourney Rep. Claude Pepper was keynote speaker at the recent AllFlorida Debate Tournament held .it the Coral Giblos Senior High. His topic was "Medicare." Over 300 students from throughout the state of Florida participated in the two-day debate ar.i all events tournament which included dramatic interpretation, oratorical declamation, girls and boys extemporaneous speaking. Awards Assembly climaxed the event, with trophies presented to final winners in each category. -Mrs. Mike Forer. Speech Booster Club of CGHS president, served as %  mistress of ceremonies. Sweepstakes winner of the tour ment was .Miami Beach Senior High. DR. RICHARD DtUTCH Beth Kodesh PTA Pvrim Ball Beth Kodesh PTA is sponsoring a series of teenage dances starting this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The congregation's annual Purlin Ball is scheduled tor Sunday. 6 p.m., at the Syrian Lebanon American Club. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. Entertainment will follow the buffet dinner and an orchestra will play lor dancing. Talmud by Radio The Talmud will be taught in English during the "The Talmudic Seminar of the Air." over radio station WEDR-FM 99.1 meg. Heard every Sunday at 1:30 p.m.. instructor will be Rabbi Pinchas M. Teitz, of the Jewish Educational Center. Elizabeth. N. J. Rokeach Introduces New Detergents NEW YORK—I. Rokeach & Sons. Inc., producers of the world's largest line of kosher food and household products, is introducing liguid di.=h detergent and liquid all-purpose clecner with ammonia this month in retail outlets from coast-to-coast. The new Rokeach products, which are bo'h Kosher for Passover, bring the total of kosher convenience products produced by Rokeach to 60. Monroe Nash, president of the 90-year old New York-based firm, said that the new products are in answer to a mounting need for strictly kosher variations of many household cleaners on the market 'oday Rokea-h's liquid dish detergent will be marketed in handsome white plastic containers with snip spouts. The all-purpose cleaner with ammonia is packaged in glass containers of one-quart capacity. Rokeach. founded in 1870 by Isreal Rokeach has consistently pioneered in the development of kosher convenience products. Rokeach's first product, kosher soap made from pure coconut oil. is s'-\\ a best-seller. The company also makes a full line of kosher food products. Dr. Deutch Will Chair CJA Group Dr. Richard E. Deutch will again serve as chairman of the Dentists Division for the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced by Sidney M. Aronovitz. overall chairman of Professional Divisions. Dr. Deutch was host at his home to a meeting of dentists to plan (he participation of their professional associates m the CJA campaign. Dr. Deutch announced that live dentists have accepted co-chairmanships and will work closely with him and the overall pro-, fes-ional Division in this area. They arc Drs. Eliot Cordon. Sanford Kane. Jack Mishkin. George Graham and Carl Baumann. Outstanding event on behalf of the Residents Division of 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, was the cocktail s'aged by residents of the Crystal House. Shown, nohtl nrw Ernest Janis; CIA Chairman Dr. Irvir.c Leh Crystal House Advance Gifts Chairman Lou Harris; J. '. Lewis and Charles Reskin. Drive party eft to man; ierald l NEW! ROKEACH GEFILTE IN CANS Do only vegetarians eat Heinz Vegetarian Beans? No. Octogenarians also. Doctors, too. And steam fitters,assistant coat buyers, folk singers, house painters, cutters & sorcerer's apprentices, forest rangers, well diggers, second violinists, scoutmasters, insurance claim adjusters and psychiatric social workers. Everyone, in fact, who likes a tasty, mexpensive,nourishingvegetariandish that goes fine with meat, fish, poultry -or all by itself.^ 7 taste the big! big!! BIG!!! DIFreRENCE richer flavor-firmer texture 4 extra-large portions., perfect for holiday serving. ROKEACH SEFlLfE FJSH. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER >" 4 i



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Friday, March 6, 1964 >Jettfaf mhrSciirnr Page 9-B : ^Rabbi Baumgard Conducts Course Habbi Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard will conduct a weekly course n "Basic Judaism" at Temple Beth Am. Wednesday mornings, 10 a.m.. in the Adult Education Room. Mrs. Wayne Rogers, chairman of the course, announces that the next class will be given on Mar. 11. Subject will be "Ways to Transit Judaism to Your Children*" Monday evening Adult Education courses during March and \|inl will cover "Great Decisions. 1064." Burton Udell, adult education chairman, announces that the text is prepared by the Foreign 1'olicy Association, and is part ol a national program to enable Americans to understand better the problems we lace as a nation. Classes will be held each Monday at 8 p.m., in the Adult Education Room. Temple Tribute For Founder Rosenberg Temple Adath Yeshurun has named its social Hall The Charles Rosenberg Memorial Hall" in honor of Charles Rosenberg, 'late past president and founder. The congregation has also estab€ Art Galleries Aid JFCS Group Project \n innovation instituted by the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children's Service will contribute to the support of the Agency's group treatment home :or emotionally disturbed children. Cooperating galleries in the (ireater Miami area will donate a percentage of purchases made by \gcncy members between now and \pr, 11. On the night of Apr. 11, Jewish Family an.I Children's Service will sponsor a cocktail party and art -how at the home of Women's Committee President Mrs, Mona T. Kline, 3500 Flamingo Dr. Paintings ivill be exhibited by out of town galleries as well as local ones. A two-week trip for two to Paris and Iyondon and valuable paintings rill be available. • Tickets may be obtained from Mrs, Eugene R. Katz or Mrs. Max Cogen, Members of the art committee are Mesdames Kline, Allen Herron, Leonard Bcldncr, Judd Breakstone. Florence Gorson, Bernard Baum, David llochberg and David Fleeman, Temple Sinai Adult Classes Second in a series of eight adult I brew education classes at Tern>ii Sinai ol North Dade was to be on Thursday, Mar. 5, al 7:30 i m. Courses are geared to begin ,ii rs and intermediate level ENJOY KOSHER ZiON PRODUCTS STRKTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER rity&S 1W3 100o PURE BEEF PRODUCTS • Frankfurter! • Corned *••< • Pastrami • Knackwurit • Ppprd !••< • Salami • liver Sausage Bologna THE SIGN 01 QUAIITYI KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPANY 0E CHICAGO At BMBWC OAOCIfill MIMIMa*MM. UllCATISitHS AND SUPI-"AKIM lished a Charles Rosenberg Memorial Fund in order to refurbish and beautify the sanctuary and social hall. The names of all contributors will be placed on a memorial plaque to be erected in the Charles Rosenberg Memorial Hall. Local leaders participating are Mayor Arthur Snyder of North Miami Beach. Dr. J. E. Williams. Joseph Liednian, Temple president; Al Kcsslcr, board chairman: and E*d Fishbcin. Rabbi Jonah E7. : Caplan is spiritual leader. Asthmatic Hospital Event Greater Miami Chapter of Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver will have a smorgasbord luncheon and card party Monday noon a; the Atlantis Hotel. *m Cr BRAND DELUXE .-iSKORf 1000 MODUCtl %  A€aA4^£ MAKES VASS4PM.it A REAL YQ3i TOY 1 LOOK 1 OB. llll Si: 1 1 1 >1S: • Pickles • Schav • Tomatoes • Roumanian Kraut • Horse Radish Deluxe Mix • Russell • Pepper Delight • Borscht 9 Egg Borscht Sauerkraut Horseradish & Beets Chicken Broth Matzo Ball Soup • Gefilte Fish Chicken in the Pot • Tzimmes • Flanken in the Pot SEASHORE FOOD and PICKLE PRODUCTS Kosher for Passover Vhonv MY 1-3841 Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern C/ BRAND COOKING BOBSCrJT (IHHSIU) %  n-Y?iMiTiiiii co-mxn i t*J*" 1UWMI rOM 'iODUCIS • %  & JUST ML' ANOUVI BOILED BEEF FLANKEN io-%-n 0>0" I I *• IFiG(Atir %  II M**T AND 'IB-. CHICKEN BROTH r* "> i CMCAM STVLK SCHAV I ICIVI MOT Ot COLD GEFILTE FISH / GEF1LTE ill* A. i i w >*.i ** r f mm £$a$IW$ iUtT M(*T .- M Jvi MATZO BALL CHICKEN \(i\l) IH ,M t '0'"



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Page 10-B fJewist ftcridlicin Country's largest B. F. Goodrich dealer, Norton Tire Company of Florida, opens a new store as it celebrates 40 years in business here. Shown (left to right) are Ronald Pallot; Howard Katzen; Jean Hottman. winner of a set of four BFG tires; Steven Pallot, "Miss Norton Tire Co." Miami beauty Cynthia Williams; and Norton Pallot, president of Norton Tire Co. Located at 9001 So. Dixie Hwy., the So. Dade store serves the Kendall, Perrine and South Miami area. Manager is Tony Winka and John G. Fuzzard Jr., is Commercial Sales Manager. Wilno Products Nor,0n Tir OpCIB Are Kosher Hia Jeah Unit Sunday Religious Program Now on Channel 2 A new program, "Man to Man." id be seen on Thursdays, 9 i" 9:30 p.m., over u His TV eh 2, will bring together leaders of three major faiths to discuss is sues oi religious significance. The debut of the program Mar. 5 i-. a joint project oi Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. and Greater Miami Council oi Churches, Diocese of Miami. Questions Irom the viewing audience will also be discussed by Moderator Luther Pierce, Of the Community Television Foundation Board of Directors, and guest-. In tne ursi program, Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Father David Holier nan. Dr. .1. Calvin Rose and mod orator Luther Pierce were to discuss "The Need for Religious Understanding." The Wilno Kosher Sausage Co., of Chicago, known lor more than • %  evenly years for its fine quality Kosher Delicatessen products, announces that its pure beef corned beef, bologna, salomi and frankfurters are strictly kosher for Passover use and are now available at neighborhood stores. All Wilno kosher products are produced under the supervision of two prominent Orthodox rabbis. Rabbi Baruch Rabinowitz and Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal. In addition there are two "mashgichim" who constantly supervise the proruction of these fine products to j.narantee that they are kosher for Passover. NJEWI mmr. WILNO KOSHER S&ee. LAMI 71 H*"" •—•-••.. ('.rand opening of another Norton Tire Company store at 1189 W. 49th St. in Hialeah, has been set tor Sunday. Mar. 8. it was announced by Norton Pallot, president. Day-long ceremonies will get under way at 10 a.m., with fun. souvenirs, entertainment, clowns. free kiddie rides, balloons, crowning of 'Miss Norton Tire" and drawing for prizes at 4:30 p.m. The 12th in a group of stores leaching from Key West to Ft. Lauderdale. the newest addition to the Norton Tire Company chain of stores is located in the heart of the Palm Springs Shopping Center and will carry a full line of B. F. Goodrich tires, brakes, mufflers and batteries. Services include a complete wheel alignment and front-end departments, Norton Tire Company was established in 1924 and is now the nation's largest B. F. Gooorich Tire dealer. A special sale w.ll be held during opening week with special rouvenirs lor all. store manager LUn I Veit announc (t officers On Sunday Mandel who state commander, will inst officers of the Albert A Post in Tanipa. JWV vice commander Ail e R. Ferdie ol Coral Gal les w i -%  •' in both cerenv I Mandel is associated loca with the Riverside Chapi JWV i new novitz Tifereth Jacob Prograr Schedule of events to • held ;it Temple Tifereth Jacob i Sunday. Mar. 15. include a a.m. breakfast meeting oi the Men's Club: a L'SY meeting in t e social hall at 7 p.m.. and an open house at 8 p.m sp insored omtly by the Temple and Sisterhood in honor of Mr and Mrs, i han Becker who are moving I racksonville feel like a bride get a "WEDDING WHITE" WASH every time! I WITH ...the intensified whitener Yes. your wash can be wedding white—not ;,.f-t aid I •I New I ab Its o.it the yellow arc -p. Then washes in i re white v.eddmg white —in J way old fashi tergents never could I •. and se< I KOSHER FARVE PRODUCT OF COLGATE PAIMOUVE HOLLAND HONEY CAKE" S BELtCiOVS NO FAT or SUGAR is used in the making HONEY being the only Sweetening! BUY A LOAF TODAY! IT IS GOOD FOR YOU' "/ 0t HtAlTH "><"> !" "4tr IMICIII,,, Treat your family to Kasha Vamishkesl K ASH. SY T REE KASH A COOKBOOK TO JrTT 3nd menU ideas '' !" >dem meal, BEffVE i f nd n gaming with Kasha. Address request *envE! to Phyl|ls Wo|ffi penn Yflni N ^ Yo ^ quest MAN, THAT 3 A DISHI



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\i : y. March 6. 1964 •, kn i st Doil Lady' '.-uction in how 10 be a "Doll will be given Thursday eveMar. 12. at the horne of Mrs. Gallon. 3635 SW 16th St.! her of Eleanor Roosevelt er, B'nai B'nth Women. • alton has demonstrated the -. %  tarnation League Dolls lor racy program in over 30 County schools. .. recent party at Variety %  n's Hospital, chapter memMrs. Alvin Weinstein and Irene Wineberg served relentfl to the children and a an entertained. Page 11-B IP Still Small Voice Program Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual teader of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood, will be soon on the "Still Small Voice." Ch. 7. io a.m.. Sun. ay morning, in a program dedicated to Jewish Music Month. Participating with Rabbi Malavsky will be Cantor Emesl Sterner. Cantor Jack Leiton and Miss Carol MacKenzie. accompanied by pianist Hy Pried. lower of Stars Af fh Torah Function tuial "Shower of stars" at rorah Congregation will be Sunday night, Mar. 15. lainer Milt Ross will act ster of ceremonies for a hich will feature perform poleon Reed, Paul Grey. Winston, Steve Hill, Michel and Gena Wilson. '.'ill be used to enol facilities Elayne Paul and Mrs, R lib) arc in char. %  ol %  :irshkos Present in cert Sunday Eve Evening with the Fershkos" • presented at the Hibiscus Plum, B55 Alton Rd on at 8 p in no Sarah Fershko and pj tnposer Haj im Fershko will concert ol international alia ami piano solos. sraMros afre returning to Beach alter a su< cessful ii at Grossinger's and teleappearances with Ed Sulli I HAYIM FRISHKO f • % %  -.* 4 jtiB^. *R | w |^H %i J^l ^F*^ %  fe^ wtt* s"#r" \4. ,:j AHAH FERSHKO OSHER POULTRY FOR PASSOVER BERMAN POULTRY f i ways Sold Live Poultry Slaughtered Only When KUrM Never Iced or Frozen) %  0 E BERMAN CO I : I thtS P.lSSOV'-r. flS tal. t3 distribute matzos. '•'try a-o eggs to the needy. >ew )t our demolished plant 20 Ci ••-. Avenue, poultry and -old egji will be delivered at Charge ,the Beach Election to Precede Cancer League Event Women's Cancer League ol Miami Beach is holding its general monthly meeting, in the form of a "Bcutique-o-rama" at the home of Mrs. Robert Grossman. 22 W. Rivo Alto Dr., on Fri ay. Mar. 13. at noon. Petite luncheon will be served. Mrs Jerome Rado, president. Will preside at an election meetin'; pi i> r to the luncheon. Arrest Ex-Nazi in Argei.Tr.jia FK.WKli RT-(JTA) Gerhard B< hue. one of the former Nazis scheduled to have been tried in a current case being heard at Limburg, on charges ol participation in the Hitlerian "euthanasia" program in which more than 200.000 person-, mostly Jews, were murdered through "mercy killing" injections, has been arrested in Argentina, it was announced here by Fritz Bauer, chief prosecutor of the State of Hesse. Mr. Bauer said the West German Government has asked Argentina to extradite Bohne who was one of five former SS officers scheduled to face the Limburg court. He jumped bail and escaped before the trial opened. Two others of the original five defendants lined up tor that trial died, one definitely i suicide, the other a suspected suicide. Beth Torah Men Note Synagog Week "Goals and Objectives of the National Federation o f Men's Clubs" will be r'iscussed at a breakfast o n Sunday morning sponsored by the Beth Torah Men's Club. The meeting will inaugurate the club's observance of United S>nagogue Week. Beth Torah Congregation will join other Conservative Synagogues in Greater Miami celebrating United Synagogue of America, marking its 50th Jubilee Year. On Tuesday at 10:45 a.m., Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will review the life of Solomon Schechter. founder of the United Synagogue, at the Women's Institute. In the evening at the regular Congregational meeting, board members will participate in a forum on "Conservative Judaism Today." During the eek, Religii a School students will hold assemblies presenting cantatas depicting the history ol the United Syna* gogue. Spring Carnival For Beth Moshe Congregation Congregation Beth Moshe will hold its annual Spring Carnival on Sunday from 12:30 to 6 p.m. The school grounds at 13600 West Dixie Hwy. will be changed into a gay fairway, with colorful booth providing rides and games for th<; children, and refreshments. Color cartoons will be shown from 3 to 5 p.m. In charge of tickets is Mrs. Saul I'eiter. chairman, and Mrs. Arnotl Rubin, The breaking of the matzo is at the heart of the Seder. %  Don't you think this tradition deserves the one matzo that was first served 187 Passovers ago? • > % %  -. "Heap-sB* distributed by FOOD CRAFTERS DIST. CO. 3341 N.W. 65th Street, Miami, Florida (Code 305) 388-6011 J



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%  LUJJJPL" Page 12-B +Jewist ncridllar Friday, March 6. 19 SADIE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Sadie Rosenblum—is this the name of an artist? Is this a picture of an artist? No, because iirst and foremost. Sadie is a woman. Her slightly graying hair forms a halo for her expressive blue eyes and tender mouth. You can sense her capacity for love, for her husband, her children, for all children as well as her love for her own art, which she lives, breathes and paints. Five year old Sadie's despair at leaving her kitten in Russia when she came to the United States was quickly dispelled at the sight of the tall buildings in NewYork and the onrush of new and exciting experiences. Sadie's mother had great respect for education and Sadie found out that she could get away with murder if she would use the magic word "homework." Sadie studied art at New York University, at the New School for Social Research with Kunyoshi and Ben Zion. She met her husband Joseph at a literary group meeting when he was a law student. They have three children, Bruce, Arthur, and Bea, who is married to Dr. Leon Larson. All their lives are different an.1 express each individual personality. There are six grandchildren who provide lots of pictures to be proudly displayed. During the Hitler regime Sadie's despair and grief lound an outlet in social, community work and Zionism. She organized the Business and Professional Women's Group of Hadassah in New York City, and served as State Chairman for the Temple Youth. Always interested in children she has worked with them in many capacities including teaching in Youth Centers. She is always ready to help with art in any organization. Here in Miami there are many evidences of her work with American Jewish Committee, and National Brandeis University Women's Committee. In her early years, she worked with her husband in his mail order business doing the art direction. It was not until the children went olf to college thai Sadie began to paint as a profession. Many Ol her friends had her pictures hanging on their walls long before she did. Part of the time Sadie and her husband lived in Miami Beach. The house itself, the walls hung with pictures, the tables piled high with art books, a rush basket filled with oranges from the tree-filled patio forming a splash of color, comfortable chairs drawn up in a talking circle, provide just the right background for her friends and the right atmosphere for her studio work. Sadie's other studio is in Woodstock, N.Y.. an artists' community. This is close to New York City where she can go whenever the urge drives her to attend the various exhibitions and to keep in touch with her own gallery. The Roscnblums have traveled extensively in the Americas. Europe and the Far East. In each new place, no matter how small, Sadie goes to all the art galleries by herself so that she can take her time in looking, admiring and buying for her own art collection. Sadie loves the Miami area too. She feels that a whole wide cultural program is opening here. All arts develop a community and that is happening to Miami. Sadie has had many one man shows, and group exhibitions. A showis the culmination of years of work and makes the artist aware of his feelings. Preparatory to her one man show which opened at Lowes Art Gallery last week Sadie gathered all of her paintings together, many on loan from collections in order to choose the ones for the showing. It was like greeting old and true friends feeling all over again the hopes, fears and intensities that came with their creation. Sadie feels that if the painting has created a mood or reaction it has achieved its purpose. That is why the people in her paintings need no faces. She tries to put on canvas, not the tenderness of one mother but all mothers, not the playfulness or sorrow of one child, but of all children. She paints until'she experiences the release which comes with a deep sense of joy and fulfillment. i %  % I NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Double Ring Ceremony Unites Howard Schecters, Jamaica Honeymoon A double ring, afternoon ceremony united the former Barbara Sue Spector and Howard Schecter on Sunday. Mar. 1. at Beth David Synagogue with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and Cantor William W. Lipson officiating. Following a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Spector, 1022 SW 12th St., the newlyweds left for a honeymoon in Jamaica. On their return they will live at 637 NE 61st St. Attended by her sister. Donna Jeanne .Spector. the bride wore a family heirloom wedding gown ol white satin featuring a lace bodice, with the lace extending halfway down the skirt, and point-onhand sleeves. The long bouffant veil was held by a lace and pearl pill box and she carried a spray of white orchids on a Bible. Best man to the bridegroom was his brother, Arnold Schecter. and Morris Specter. David Gorelick. Melvyn Schoychid and Paul Jan Spector. the bride's brother, ushered. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Spector, 7892 SW 13th St., the new .Mis. Schecter is a graduate of Miaim High and the University ol Miami where -lie served a~ secretary ol llillel and as treasurer >>l Hillel BBC She belmmin Sigma Delta Tau Sorority, United Synagogue and Young llillel Alumni, having been coordinator for the group organized in Los Angeles. The bridegroom is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. David Schecter, 12535 NW 15th Ave and is a graduate of Miami High and University ol Miami. 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Fri( Friday, March 6, 1964 *Jewisii fhridfiann Page 13-B Dr. Heiken Chairs T Symposium "What Is Important in Life tor the Man?" will be the subject of the first IccHlre-discussVon in a series of four scheduled by the YMYWilA of Greater Miami on suecessive Tuesday nights ^beginning Mar. 10. Lecturer for the opening session will be Dr. Murray Heiken, clinical psychologist. Meeting will be held in the Com munity Room of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, SW 104th St. and Dixie Hwy. Admission will be by enrollment only. Further information about registration can be obtained at the "Y". Dr. Heiken will deal with problems in our society today: money, success, prestige, and power; importance of being used at one's best, pride in the quality of ones DR. MURK At HEIKfN work, personal interests and pursuits; and importance of the love of woman and children in on<-'* life. (ghlight of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood's An/ersary Luncheon on Wednesday, Mar. 18, lli be honoring of all Sisterhood past presiBits. Making plans for the gala are, seatleft to right: Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Sislood president; Mrs. Philip Neuwirth, tickets chairman; Mrs. Jacob Glassman, luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Murray Schwartzman. Standing: left to right: Mrs. Herbert Shapiro, program chairman, and Mrs. Theodore Kipnis. Theme for this year's luncheon is "Open Your Hear' to Sisterhood." rs. Meyers Receives National Award Contiued from Page 1-B Citizens Award of Dade Counhe Brotherhood Award of the lal Conference of Christians Jews and the title "Woman of st president of the Conference lish Women's Organizations |ade and Broward County, Meyers also has been presi[of the Jewish Family and en's Service and was among ganizers of the Jewish Home for tke Aged. Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary ot Greater Miami was formed at In T home in 1949, and She if past State legislative chairman Of the Florida Federation of BuflBss and Professional Women's Clubs. A member of the Board of tSpernors of the Greater Miami rtih Federation, Anna Brenner Isnvar currently serves as chair%  ol the Women's Division ol fssBreatrr Miami Israel CommitSam Feinstein. president of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, has announced that Colonel Jacob Monbaz, Counsellor to the Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations will be guest speaker at the dinner commemorating the 16th Anniversary of the State of Israel. Conducting the traditional portion of the evening program will be renowned opera singer and recording artist, Sidor Belarsky. Rabbi Leon Kronish is serving as co-chairman of the celebration with honorary co-chairmen Dr. Irving Lehrman and William Bornstein. Members ot the sponsoring committee are: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I Cantor, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Co< hen, Mrs. Rose Cohen, Julius E. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Coo-; per, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feinstein, Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Grunhut, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katzrrfan. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuluva. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lachman, Mr, and Mrs. Moe Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mindlin, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, Mrs. Leah Notkin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving M. Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simonhoff, Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan. Judge Harold B. Spaet, Mr. and Mrs. Max Weitz and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Zuckerman. Camp Judea Films At Beth Torah Monday Films of Camp Judaea in Hendersonville, N. C, will be shown at Beth Torah Synagogue at 7:15 p.m. on Monday. George Stern, director of the camp starting its 11th season, can be reached at WI 7-6551 through Mar. 15. 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 Special Group BEADED SWEATER* Broken Lots WASHINGTON AVENUE Phone: 532-7551 SPECIAL SUNDAY SALE EVERY SUNDAY 10 TO 3 ONLYI %  I IT PAYS TO BE OVER 65! ANNOUNCING ANOTHER FIRST FOR YOUR UNIVERSITY NATIONAL BANK Recognizing the needs of senior citizens in our community, service charges on regular checking accounts are eliminated for those residents who have attained their 65th birthday. No more 10c per check or monthly service charges. Just use our regular checking account FREE! No minimum balance required. Drop in to see us today! Bring any proof of your age. 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Page 14-B i*. §ents9> fturtdMoiri Friday, March E 1964 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Opportunity to 'Meet Challenge' i To challenge accepted ways takes guts. Solomon Lichter doesn't look very brave. In fact, he looks like the guy next door. But the modern hero comes in odd and assorted colors and the field of combat is often likely to be a laboratory or as in the case of Dr. Lichter. a public school. Solomon Lichter'! mildness of manner and round geniality masks a rebel heart. As principal of Ida M. Fisher Junior High, he has discarded tried and tired ways. He has embarked on a course that sometimes startles and sometimes confuses. But he is not afraid and as courage is catching, the teachers on lus staff feel free. But the best gift of all Solomon Litcher gives to the children — the room to search for themselves. •Each person is important," sail Dr. Lichter. "and each must be made to realize that what he has to contribute is important. 1 try to communicate to each child the importance of dignity and a sense of his own worth. But before I could do this 1 had to decide who 1 was." Solomon Lichter is not only the principal of the most progressive Junior High in the country but he also teaches a confirmation class at Temple Beth Sholom. "Like too many Jewish boys." said Dr. Lichter," my religious experiences stopped with Bar Mitzvah. Then, in 1951 I started teaching at Beth Sholom. 1 found myself reading and steeped myself in Jewish history and law and customs in order to answer the probing questions of the children. I found myself becoming a Jew." We all and children especially need a value system to live by and Dr. Lichter rediscovered his is Judaism. Stacked next to his bed when he is fighting a virus, are Jewish books and magazines. In his teaching at Beth Sholom Dr. Lichter makes use of such varied books as "The Living Bible" by Schwartzman and "Exodus." Dr. Lichter defines himself as a liberal and a pleased smile relaxes his face as he outlines the reaffirmation of the dignity ol man and the values of justice and mercy and love that are clear in Judaism. Dr. Lichter likes to quote that the Jews are not a chosen people but a choosing people. He likes to read the Prophets and DK\ SOLOMON LICHTER from his readings he has lound the strength to choose a different path. He is reinforced in his path of protest. What form is this protest taken'.' At Ida M. Fisher Junior High the only lesson taught by the paddle is the one about paddling your own canoe. Dr. Lichter emphasizes that each child in his school has the right to challenge the teacher and also the principal. "Intuitively," he said, "the children do a good job." Ida M. Fisher has no suspen sion problem and the failure rate is the lowest in the county. Each child is told the purpose of his grade and teaching by assignment has been discarded. Bather, the attempt is made to train the child in procedures for han.iling problems. The problem is state. 1 resource material listed, authorities pointed out and then the child is encouraged to determine a procedure for resolution. Individual learning processes are recognized. The child is made aware of the facilities available in society lor dealing with problems. "Education," said Dr. Lichter," is concerned with changing of behavior and the making of a more effective human being." Solomon Lichter can say to his children: Do not only what 1 say but do as I do. When Dr. Lichter strokes his little mustache and reflects on the "Organized Chaos" in his school one is reminded of the cast and his proverbial canary. There is little problem with apathy and motivation at Ida M. Fisher for the child is swept in the electrifying atmosoi re v -' %  n i confidence and the concert ol creativi i fort. Dr, Liehter maintains thai most children have high ideals and high hopes, it is the environment th:.t cMVbeWtfcfem. Solomon Lichter is also the administrator of what is designated as a Communtiy School. The vast plat that is Ida M. Fisher Junior High School is used day and night for adult community education. There are 1700 adults attending this Community School and they range in age from young transplanted Cubans to seventy year old Jew Ish ladies who enroll in psychology courses. Through this program the school has become a community center where community agencies can coordinate their programs and serve the needs of the area more effectively. Solomon Lichter, who recently received his doctorate of education from New York University, deplores the limiting of potential. But if it be energy or single mindedness of purpose or talent or humility that limits potential. then the margins of Dr. Lichter's landscape are as elastic as the minds and limbs of the children in his school. All the world loves a hero, if he's successful, but as Solomon Lichter maintains, excellence requires practice. That's what he tells his children. That's what he tells himself as he constantly seeks new avenues for expansion, as he constantly reaffirms his convictions as a man and as a teacher by participation actively in Jewish life. -i m tTijV^ t*. Bernard Silver (center), of Miami Beach, visits his brother. Sam Silver (right), of Safed. Israel. They are shown /ath Rabbi Baruch Weinstock, head of the Religious Divisur. of Keren Kayemeth Leisrael, in the new Baal Shem Tor Fowst of the Jewish National Fund, which Bernard Silver helped launch in memory of his revered ancestor. Establishment of the forest has been announced by Israel Resident. Zalrr.an Shazar to perpetuate the name of the founder of Hassiaism. It is situated in the upper mountains of Galilee near So::-: Spinoza lecture "Man. the Unknown." will be the topic of the lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson Thursday morning. 10:30 a.m., before the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education, at the auditorium ol the Washington Federal. 1231 Washington Ave. Beth El Sisterhood Parlj I Sisterhood of Congregatio" Beth El will hold its monthly luncheon and card party on Tuesda noon in the Dora August Hall. Singles Group Plan Dance Parents Without Partners. Miami Beach Chapter, will hold a cocktail dance at the Balmoral Hotel, on Saturday, at 9 p.m. AH single parents and visiting PWP members are invited. t • %  %  to tat fg&§&£L Bntttl the BUSINESS MAN OF THE WEEK MARTIN ARONOW I'll..I.. Stllilio li-Hvon • %  tif • Vr i l on ttii comtr Ml Mi-ten Mile. C.a. 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Fridcy. March 6. 1964 +Jewlst ncridiar Page 15-B _) i i t ii a r i e a ESKfSAZI .if %  : A •'.-'•. -r T:II BW Mth ..,, ,.,| IYI. L'T. -..lliii.--; I.. \] ,,,.,„ Ne York Oty '.v QUO, Eskennsl, ;i barber, .,„.I ,,|.-:it.Ii.-1 Mar. Riven %  %  OWMi Miry Ami, 18, of 3170 8W ITth • died Mar. S. Cordon. .TLfi Irvlnir, 70, uf 1301 Collins [_\M -. rvii.'s in New York, Rlvirz ...:.-LI i.. 56, of 171.' NE l2nd | %  rilde. |ist MVIII. 84, of 1240 Euclid Ave. in Cincinnati. Riverside. DOKENDER. Mr-. Rose, T:-. of 7330 III," u A v •• Services in N.w Rivenlde. kRC ; Jack, !? %  .>i v;:. i:. Rd) Huri:i\ .-i side. |rn Lillian, 7", of 39K! %  -..11111[\\. S'. -Will. III. IH'J :.i-i', 12, of 1436 s\v itli St [%  : r NER. MrHetty, ::;. of l-'ll Ave. Newman. ,ic Bertha, 'i:'. of 1343 folllne |\\. Klversldi fEiv ETZ. Benjamin, 71, of 933 Ave. Newman. [IRRE Pauline s.. ;, ,.f 1771 I-..IRiveralde )ILMAN, Mrs. Anna, 84, of nil Ave, Kervk-ea in Montreal, t ;Ivei .-ill.-. RAN: Frank E., 71, "1 :i"i fol1 ... Services in New York |:.. !. %  JM\ Mrs A.I.I.-. 71. of 736 Collini > New ma n ^EISCMIR, Mrs. llerthn, 74, uf 833 Ave. Serviced in Brook\ .-I -i-li >*'. CK. Edward, 16, of 210 KW • \ e. Srivlces in New York. ^SH %  Florence, 66, of %  *::7,> E, .11 bor 1 'i Kervic. In 1 ill Ma— Riverside. ^Bi-DFF, iKidore, 84, ..I ::i" Col••. S< rWcei in Ni v..1 k 3SE-. £AUM. Abraham, ^". .1 L'7:" \\. Si 1 \ i, in New York. |SAF ,. I. ill ,11. 71, ..I 1I-.7T Po|. lins / s, 1 \ i, ... in 1 mill In, ( 'an. IIIVI • I.-. |AT( "F. M |, ranees, 71. .,1 71" \ ni." 1 1 A\. .. died reb 29 Itlv)BAlildor, 77. ..I 1573 SW itli 1 Peli. 29 Gordon. kXviN. li, mi. tt •;, ,.f ,•._' >\\ .'• died Fi I' %  ::•. Rlvi rside |SLC •'. II. a. 89, of 11 NE Mb • I !•'• !.. :'-. Hi.1.1..11 BE-. BLOOM. Mrs I'll..la. 7x, ..1 %  %  — t%  1 Ave. Si'i Vices 111 •u. Itn.i-i.l.. fPE* Arthur, 21. of 161 S\V l.'inl in s. n I 'a k 1 S ON. M -. 1 'Inn n, 79, ,., r." Si Service! in IiriHikl) n l\'. %  ;TEI,N. M.irrln, 32, of KSII s Si VI..HI I l.ua lui ,1. \. II >., '. -' %  ..1 i ." s\\ '..mi CHANGE MOVE UP TO A LAMELESS Ave. Ben li ••in llrookl; n, Rlv• r-iili'. BURAK. Elian, 80, ,.1 |X40 .la \%. Services in !'. ekiklll, N.Y. 1 ;..i JOSEPH. H.ixi.l. 63, ni 18*5 Polllm Ave. S.i 1 a,-.in Toronlo, ran NiU man LICHENSTEIN. Mr-. Miphie 67 ol 1460 Gcenn InKervicex in' I'a',, I,. OK lie, N.Y. Klvervlde SCHWARTZ. Abraham, v., .,; s*;, Washington .\v.-. Heixlcev in N, York 1 lord m. SEIGEL. Jack, IT, ni 1950 BW 33rd AM. Services In I 'at. 1.-..11. N..I. Oordon. MiLLER. MiElhel A., 71. ..I 1230 Ocean In., died l-ili. 27. Services in Far Rockaway, N.Y. Rlvi-tside. CAHN, Rubin, 71. of i:.i.". Collins \\. Services in New York. Newman. SHAPIRO. Mrs. Lena, 71. ..I 2380 1 "I linA vi s.-. vici in Ne York. Rlvi rilde. COONIN. Israel, 7'.. of m S\V 25th St.. died I" I.. •_".. Hi rdon SARTORIUS. Mr-. Porlnile, 76, of 2S03 KW 4th Si., died ri b. :' %  ".. Rlveralde. COHEN. Israi 1. 73, of 1334 Alt..n ltd. Riverside. FELOMAN, .1. ,iiu. .... ,,| K95S I'IIKI. Ave, S.r\i.-.in Phlca(o. Blank. KLAHR. Jacob, fc.. ,.i lilu -,li s, Blank. BARRON. Mortis St., % %  '. "I 2333 S\\ L'ltli si., died I-li.. :'". Uordon. PEARLSON Mr.Hotly, •.' %  uf IS00 l'.tli si. Riverside. SCHWARTZMAN. M.11111.I 88, of ."l" I". nn.-v hania Ave, Services in Brooklyn. Riverside. UNGAR, MrI'liu. MI. of 953 BW Imli St. Uordon, GlNSBURC. Herman, 1:7. of i.'.i ColIIIIH Ave., died Peb. 24. Riverside, GREENE, l.i.iis Millon, 75, of B3U0 KW 79th St.. riled Keb. :l. Services in N.Y.C. Uordon. COHEN. Samuel, 1,7. of I".'-''. Collins Ave Services In Brooklyn. Rlveralile. DUBROFSKY. Philip, 7^. .1 Ml an I ii Services in Montreal, Can. Riverside, GUSEWICH. Samuel, •-•':. of 536 lmli Si Rlverslile. KAUFMAN. Mrs, I'.inni,' Welse 1^H', 7o. ..I 953 ""olliiis Ave. Services in New York. Riverside. KESSEL, Mm. Rebecca, 87, of 1451 i.i an I n\ s.. 1 \ 1, %  lii lEoston Riverside, KIMELBLATT. Israel, 91, 22411 s\v Hiili St Servlci iii lironx, Ri\ eraldi. KOREF. Mrs. .Mathilda, n:'. ,.1 1611 Meridian Ave. Services in New York. Riverside, MORGEN. Herman II., 61, of 1830 NE 112ml Si. Services In New York Riverside. ROLAND. Louis B., of ::;• ] % %  Harden Ave. Services In New Yoik. Rlveralde. LEVINE. Morris, MI. of ii" sw 52nd Ave., dl< il Peb. L'V 1 li rdon ZITREEN. Harry, 1:7. ..t lu Prospect 111 Riverside. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 70/22 Acts of 1941 File AA-21214 NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai %  'a].. Sable %  i.r|i.naii..ii. holder ol Countv Tax Sal,. Certificate No 862 Issued Hi. I-' ilnj of .Inn.-. A.li 1901, hafiled sain ni) office, a'nl hill in.ol, ;,|,|,ln I I 1 'li fl r a la\ deed I he Issued thereon Said (Vrtlficati i inliiac-s rh" fnlliiwlntl dpsc IIHMI in..|„ 11 \ in the Count.! of Hade, State oi Florida, lo-wlt: E I'" Pi M 1. ol W S77.6 It \l I. ..f s I.'.11 Pi of N\V l-l of SW 1-1 uf SW 1-4 Li -S 23 Pi Section 84, Township %  South, Raniti U East, containing 06 Acres more % %  .in 1 he 1 'ount; "i I 'aih Blab %  I Plorldn, The tissesmi ill %  • -11 Id |iro|ert> iiinl.i in.said certlfli • was In the name of Sldm v C '"i" 1 t' I>1< -.said • nili. at. shall In redeemed necor Una t" Ui\\ the i>i i" rtj desi 1 'I" •! he .111 i ll be .-..l.l to tinhluhesl I.i.hi.-i :ii ill. Colin llmis.door i'ii 'In rii 1 Monda> in the month of April. 1961, Which is tin lit ll ila> .a April, I9l. I 'ai.il this .'ill day nf Man h, 1964. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Ciiiiit. liailc County, Plorldn 11 Ircuil • %  -iil-l S. all By R. M I.EEPER, I • 1' :: .;-1 1-20-27 This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors. SE Pharmaceutical Assist Project By a proclamation of President Lyndon B. Johnson. Poison Prevention Week will be observed throughout the United States from! Mar. 15 to 21. .Members of the Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical Assn. will coi operate with the American Pharmaceutical Assn., the American i Medical Assn.. and the U.S. Public Health Service in calling the attention of the public to this national problem. Members of the Florida State Pharmaceutical Assn. Speakers Bureau, addressing PTA and Civic i Organizations, will emphasize poison prevention among children. Sid Bcskind is chairman of the pharmaceutical committee, andj Ben Saks, secretary SE Pharma-; ceutical Assn.. is handling the i speaking assignment. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Dade County CPA's Add New Members Albert J. Beer, president, Dade County Chapter. Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, has announced receipt of official notice from Clifford C. Beasley, managing director of the state organization, that Claude Lazare Richcl, Coral Cables CPA; Sanford Canlan. and Edward L Condron. Miami CPAs; Harold A. Se-1 dacca. Miami Beach CPA. and Alan Fiske, South Miami CPA; and Raymond Alfred Bookman, North Miami Beach CPA. have been elected to membership. Membership in the statewide organization is based on high standards of technical, moral, and professional attainments. The Florida Institute of CPAs correlates its professional activities with those of the American Institute of CPAs. Only persons who hold certificates issued by the State Board of Accountancy are eligible for active membership in the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants. LEGAL NOTICE IN THf COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA. I NPROBATE No 61748-A iii I:I-: I:M.I!.--I.I BERTRl'.M H ROOERS, SI! |l.i'.a-.',l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A'l Vedltiii and All Pi ii a.ii %  I main IAgainst Snld i: tnte Y,.,i aiihctvl v notified an.I required i" iirewnl tiny claim* unit demnnds wlii-li >nu limy hnve intaltml •. : HER ri:l\M II. RIMIERS, S!l deceased late of Dade County, l-"|.-I iila. i.. tli. County Judges ,.i Hudi <',..IIII.-. an,I filo tli.' same In duplicate ami aprovided In Sei ii.,n 7:i:i.lfi, li.. i.ia Statutes, in their offices in tli-' County Cnurlhi in I %  ,.|. i '..nun Plorldn. within -i\ calendar months from tinlime % %  Ihc ii-i publli aii.. n li. i. %  .•!'. i r tli.' same will I., barred. Hated ai Miami. Plorldn. this 4tll .lav .a March, A.D, IM4, CIIAI!I.I:S E. ltocrus As Admlnlstrntor i-"ii-.-i imblicntlon ol tiii>notice on iii. nth day of March, IMH SHEV1N, <:< % %  H'.MAN \ HOl.TZ.MAN Hy: SYLVAN N. llnl.TZAI.W Attorney for AdmlnlHliiitor '.; s. > 1.1,1,1 Building Miami S2, Florida :: 8*1.1-20-27 H NGE MODERN AUTOMATIC CLEANER COOLER FASTER • SAFER >ur appliance dealer ifless £&&/seM> firs CMCtpt*, root JA POWER I LIGHT CO. Una BUILO rionioA TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. Yischi Real Estate in Ail its Itvanvhvs 12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4661 Firms of prestige in the business and civic life of jour community. FIRM* INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PIEASE CAU HI 8-4994 FOR BITTtK HFAITH VISIT TH£ MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE PHYSICAL THERAPY BODY CONDITIONING GENERAL DIAGNOSIS I X-RAY C0L0NIC IKIilCATIONS ULTRA SONIC THERAPY CABINtTS and MASSAGE 7235 Biscayne Blvd. Phone PL 7-7234 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 6C854 In CK: Kstaio „t ATTIL.lt I I'l-.MAl: r< i MA Si III. I '• i li -as. il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All IVrsons Hat in;'. Clnims or Demands AKainsi Said KMal. : v re hereby notified ami r. niiiii'ii to |ii">i'tit any olalms and demands which \ou may have nyalnat tin. estate of ATTIUtJ URMAIl I'llMAM'IH. deceaaed late of Dade t'ounty, I lor Ida, to the Countj Judges of Dade County, and file the BI in I duplicate and na provided in Section 7:i::.iii. Klorlda Btatulea, in their offlees In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within -i\ calendar months ii..in tli,time ni the firm publication hereof, or the same win in barred. Dated ut Miami, Florida, this -ttli day of .March. A.D. 1964. SANKOItli S. KAf.VCi: AM Bxccutor First publication of this notice on thi;th day .,f March. Hull. K.U-.Vli:. FINK A1. iti.M AN Atti.i in \ s for tCxecutor 1 •"Consreaa Bldg., Miami, l-la. 3 B-13-20-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CI.ANCERY No. 64C 2378 ELBA !: %  il inn ill-:/. UARCIA, Plaintiff, V.s I.IIS A. OARCIA, 1 i.f.iiil.iiit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION l'i i I.IIS A. OARCIA i'all. IS, No. .I I'arci'la .".. Manzana 71 Itpto. II ihia Comereltil Ouanabacoa, Habana l "lll.a Vin ARK IIKHKBY NoTlPIKD th.u a ('omplnlnl for Divorce has lie. n filed aKainsit you and yim are riiiiiii.il in serve a cop) of your An-' sw. r mi tic I'lulntlff's .Mi..no.v. itnVAl. l-"t..\:•: JON'AK, :'.'" 71sl Street, Miami Beach, Florida, 13141, and til.th.i riuinal Answer in the Office of tliiClerh of tinCircuit Court mi or before th.Blh da3 uf April. 1'ii'it. If .\on fail to do s... Ihe ulli'iiations .a' said t'omplalnl win be taken is confessed by you. DATED this -ti'l da> of March, l:'.:i K B. I.RATHRRMAN, Clerk 18} : C. IV I'IM'KI.ANH, Depul) Clerk :: B-13-2-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2294 AIHI:I:Y V. KIRKFATIUCK F'lalntlff, -\'sDAVID F KfRKPATRICK. I i. i.n.lanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tu: DAVID F. KIRKI'ATRICK Binln, llllnolf You, Pnvlll F. Kilkn.'i i I'ii'U. anil, I.I. > notified thai II Bill of t'omplalnl for l 'h has I" in filed ; against you, and y..n are l'i'i|i: ii't il in serve a copy uf your Answer "i I'leadlllK to tinBill ul i" |d 'i'ii mi th.' Plaintiff's attorney, AIXSI.KK Ft, I nil.'. Suite :'"L'-L'iil 1313 S.W. I...I. mi.Road, Coral (lahies, Kloridit ;::i".i ami file Ihe original Answer oi Plcndiim in th."• fii %  ol tini 'i.i k "( i h. i 'Ircllll '• an i u" or I" "i tin '.iii ilaj of April, l!"ii. If v.'ii fail In il" .% %  .iinluiii.iii by default III i.. i iken uRalnsi j nu foi the i • lief demanded In thi Bill of Complninl This notice slutll be published once each week fot i^uv consecutive weeks in Tin: JKWISH FI.ORID1AN ImXi: AND i d!l 'i:i:i:ii at Miami, |i'li rida, t!ii> L'^tli day of hebruary, A.D. r.-'l K II IJCATHElt.MAN, Clerk, I %  Ircuil Court, lia'i. County, Florida ii 'Ircuil I'oiit i s. ,.li l'.\ : I.. S I >. I -11 :il ;t. I ut v 'b rk \I\SI.I:I: it. i--i:i:i>iK Sul • 2H2-2IH 23IS s.w. I.e.leiine Roud i •.. ul i laid, -. tlorlda 33131 l4H-2iilJi 3 $-13-20-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62049-B In RE Estate of AllirS'l'A l.l I'.ASi'l. I leceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltoi and all Person* llavlna Claims or Demands Aiialnsl s.i id Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have acaln-t lli. .-la f AI'i;l"STA l.l ISAM'I .ii 'i as.d late iii Dade County, Floi ida. t" the County .IUIIKIS uf Dnde County, an.I flic tlio saniiin dnplij cats and as provided In Bectloti 733 16, Florida Statutes, In their offices In the Countj Courthouse in l>ad,County, Florida, within six cnlendai months from the time of the firs, imlilii-atiuii hereof, or the same will EM i.. : red. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2th ,lav ..I February, A.D. IN4 l.oi'S l.l BA8CI As Administrator First piiblii'iition of this tiotii', i ii i the "th day of March. IM4 stli:\IX. i UMAX ,\ HOL.TZMAN | l'..\ : Kylvan N. Ilolt/.man Atlorne) for Administrator 34(1 Seybuld BiiiblliiK Miami •:.'. Florida :: 6-13-20-J NOT,CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IsHEREBY (11VBN that the iiinl.islmi.il. deslrimt to enRaue In business under tin fictitious names of IK.VTKAI. CAHPHTIN4I: CENTRAL l-l.ii"i: I'oVERINti; CENTRAL i •Ai:i'i:i" SERVICE: CENTRAL CARPET CDEANINll at Suit" BIO, ISO Lincoln R I Mall, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said names with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Bade County, Florida. RALPH TALARIfti Sole owner SILV ERSTEi \. K VVITN K V AMI t;orin.-s Attorneys for Applicant By: Paul Kwlttiey 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 8/<-13-SO-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62407-A in RE: Estate "f BE881K DICKLER PETTER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltois and all Persons Havina Claims ,v DemnnHfc As.ini Batate: Vuu arc hereby notified and required t<> |.i.'-Mt tiny claims and di %  mands which VIIU ma> !i iv. amiim-i iln estate of BESSIE DICKLER PETTER deceased late of Dad.County, Florida, to the County Judges ol Dade County, and ul. the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.10, Florida Statutes, in their offices in iiiCounty Courthouse i I >ail "-i Hi. ..ill ila\ of March, IIH.I HAl'NCE, KI.VK' .*.r'UI'.MAN Atlorne} t"i* Kv %  ni", I %  •: i "uiut'i'ss Blilir. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62310-B In HE; Estate uf LENORK S, FRIED\YAI.l>, I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tu All i i.'.lit..,ami all Persons llavinu Claims •> Demai.ds Agalnsi Sai.l Estate: You are herein notified an i r. quired t" in.-, ni tin] .lainand demands which you may haw attain tin estate of LENDRE s KBIK1>WAl.n. ii...I ktte uf Dade County, Florida, tu tliiCount] Judaes ol I lad. County, and file tli. -amiin duplicate ami as |ro\ iili'il ill S.i'.i" 733.10, Florida Statutes, in their offices in th.fount) I'OIII thuusia I • ul, Count> l-luriila. within si\ I, tular months ft 'in tintime "f I'I first publlcHtion hereof, or the same will li,barred. I Uiti il at All mil, Florldu. n Ird .las i'i March. A.D. I4. t!E< IROK FRIEDU" VLI \.Executor I'irsi inil.ii. ni. n iif tin. mil i • %  Hi. Lib ib.v u1 March, IH01 in HiERT II. rii \l Rill All..i i e> I,..I s;.,ii II3.'. A I. dill'on I Buildlnv Miami ::.'. Il IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61963-C In RE: Estate of SARAH LAPIDEs. Deceii • NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditn an,l all l'. rsons IlllVllm i 'lain; • %  I in, Is A. .-a oi Estati You anb %  I.i not i-.l an. I r. quired tu present an> claims a id •!ni. iinis which .' *^' mn> h\aaalnsi I lati .a SAI! v II l..\l'll'i:s. di ecus, .1 la I.uf Dade Count) Florldu tu lb,l",,un,.\ .ItldKes ul I ia. I.Colin ly, ami fil. th,. snnie in dupltcato ami api nvUli .1 in s.-. ...n ;.;.; I. hurldn Statutes, In their offices in tb. fount) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within si\ cnlendai months Hum th.time of Ihe flrsi publication hereof, or the san,,w'il I.iIiair.il I luted at Mi iml, l"l la. tlii24th da) uf Februarv, A.I'. I04 ABE LAPIDES As Administrator Kb si publli ai i'ii .a this ina i Hi. tlh da) of March, l0i. KbSE.N ,\ i:ssi:.\ Attorneys for Administrate r nil i Seybold BM|i Miami ..'j, Florid i :: i. -I.: i'i>-:.•? K is the package-symbol used by eminent Orthodox Rabbis who supervise production ol many leading lood S grocery products MEANS KOSHER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTlfE IS HERKBI ISIVEN that tinundtrslgned, ii. -II noiu ciqraicc in business let tb.fictitious oann ul M.K.I.. I'Bl il'KK I IKS al Ml Lincoln Bool. Miami Beach, rut., Intend tu register s.iid name with the Clerk uf th,Circuit Court uf Dade I'onnt\. Florida. tiEOROE Mil.I.KB ami GLORIA MILLER, his wlfi tl'ndlvlded 30' Jl'LIAN Kl IB.AM'Ki: ami ANN Kl'RLANDER, bis wife fl'ndlvlded 5'i i IRENE LERMEII iCndlvbb'.l I.'.I i MYRRH. HEIMAN \ KAI'I.AN Attorneys fur Applicants 11 ".n s.w. 1st Street :' g-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY HIVKN thai tiniiml. I'siun. il. deslrimt to eticaite in business under the fictitious name uf PERFECT PEA!, WINDOW CO ai number sni N.u 3th <'t.. In the Clt) of Miami. Flnrliln, int.nils to register the snld name \viib tli.fbrU uf tb. i'ii.nit Court "f Dade County, Florida Dated at Miami. Florida, this Nth day of February. '-"'' P il PAfETTI KHKV1N flOODMAN ,v lb d.TZ.MAV Attorneys for Appllcn. .„.„



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"Jewish Floridian %  fjanu. Florida, Friday. March 6. 1964 Section C Silver Menorah Club Announced Announcement of the inauguration of the Silver Menorah Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in which all donors of $1,000 and over to CJA will be conferred membership, was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal chairman. Noting that the Menorah is a symbol of light and understanding,; "a perfect correlation for the role of CJA in the community and' throughout the world." he presented the first plaque to Sidney Lefcourt. president of Federation. Sidney D. Ansin (left) receives congratulations from Gen. Z. A. Evans, last year's campaign chairman, on his election as United Fund of Dade County campaign chairman for 1964. Ansin is president of Sunbeam Television Corp.. operators of WCKT, Ch. 7. He will head this year's UF drive in support of 39 community service agencies Bureau of Jewish Education Presents Awards to Essay-Art Contest Winners Housing Authority Elects Fine Martin Fine, chairman of the Miami Mousing Authority. WU elected first vice president of the National Housing Conference during its annual meeting in Washington. D. C.. this week. Fine. 36-year-old Miami attorney, has been a director of the national group three years and chairman of the Miami Housing thority since April, 1961. He was first appointed to the MHA in 1957. Fine is noted for his work on behalf of the Miami area's senior citizens. During his MHA chairmanship, four specially-designed projects, totaling 470 apartments, were opened and another, with 322 units, placed under construction. Ambassador Michael Comay (left) presents to Dr. and Mrs Philip Gotlieb, of Coral Gables, the Society of the Founders Award from the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Looking on are (center) Charles Charcowsky, of Miami Beach. Founder for whom the entry square of the university is named, and (right) Lionel R. Bauman, of New York, national president of the American Friends. Gables Couple Give $25,000 Gift To Hebrew Univ. Awards were presented last of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-, Keek to winners of the annual Es-| tion say-Art Contest of the Bureau Of After a short demonstration of Jewish Education by Ainslee FerHebrew achievement, the Cham. :t of the Florida Department of pions of 14 schools m Grades 2, 3 the Jewish War Veterans, coand 4 of Hebrew departments. sponsors of the contest. awards were made to the followFirst prize in the Essay Contest ing: was won by Karen Steinberg, of 'tmple Beth Am, with her essay Andrew Schulman. Lillian Wald. Angel of the ..-: Side." Second prize went to S-.-'aron Beverly Fogel, of Temple ; • in Am. for her essay, "Loved by I—Rebecca Gratz." Third priie was taken by Marcy Schiff, of Tempi* Bath Am. *or her assay, "Henrietta Szold." Fourth priie want to Dabocah •Cindter, of Bath David Congregation, with har biography of Haym Salomon." Fifth prize was awarded to Mar. R. Feld. of Temple Beth Am, her poem describing Leonard Bernstein, "Let There be Music." Honorable mention was given to reffrey Lawrence Rosenberg and ice Henrctis. of Temple Beth km. First prize in the Art Contest • won by Jeffrey Weiss, who presented his class at Temple Beth Shiran for Mosaics of the 2 Jewish Tribes. Second prize was awarded to Lawrence Forman, 1 1 Temple Beth Am, with his post a partner in the law firm of Dubbin. Berkman and Dubbtn. He is a graduate of the University Of Florida, is married and has four children. Awards to the winners of the annual Essay-Art Contest of the Bureau of Jewish Education are presented at Temple EmanuEI. Awards, made Feb. 17, were also distributed to school champions in the annual Hebrew Vocabulary Bee. Left to righ*. are Ainslee Ferdie. of the Florida Department of Jewish War Veterans, co-sponsors of the contest, giving the first prize award in the Art Contest to Jeffrey Weiss, representing his class at Temple Beth Shirah. Louis Schwartzman (rear;, Bureau executive, who conducted the Vocabulary Bee, looks on. Rabbi Gross Addresses Group Annual luncheon of the Daughters of Israel was held Tuesday at Waldmaa's Hotel. Guesl speaker was Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy oi Greater Miami.



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Page 2-C *Jenist> ncrSdlfmr Fridcy. March 6. 1964 Rudnick On Rassco Board Louis B. Rudnick of Coral Gables, a national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, and a governor of the National Board of the Israel Bond Committee, hag been appointed a director ot the board of the Rassco Israel Corp.. one of Israels largest developers, according to Mordecai Stern, managing director. Rassco was originally set up 30 years ago by the World Zionist Organization to lay out and stock farm communities tor middle class German Jewish refugees. With the creation of the Jewish State, its activities have increased, and although Rassco still maintains some agricultural holdings, it has today become one of Israel's leading Investment companies. Rudnick is also a member of the Israel Investment Corporation Advisory Board, a founder of the Hellliv( rsllv am) of Technlon aN „ brew University of Jerusalem. member of the hoards of the as a P"< '"airman of the Creator Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. Miami Zionist Organization o t J American Friends of the Hebrew America Presidents Counc LOUIS RUDNICK Success of the reception honoring Dr. E. R. Piore, vice president of IBM, in behalf of the Belfer Graduate School of Science of Yeshiva University is reflected by (left to right) Dr. Piore; Arthur B. Belfer, member of the Board of Trustees of the university; Charles Frost, charter science fellow of the Belfer School; Max J. Etra, chairman of the Board of Trustees; Dr. Samuel Belkin, Yeshiva University president; and Jack S. Popick, Miami Beach leader of the university. Reception was held Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Ex-Nazi Avows 'Catholic Aid in Escape' Insurance Exec Gives Lectures Marshall I. Wolper. CLL. ot the zona State University in Tempe, Marshall Wolper Company. 420 Ariz.: the Phoenix Country Club, Lincoln Road Mall, delivered a Phoenix. Ariz.; and the Albuquerseries of lectures at CLU Institutes I que National Bank. Albuquerque, sponsored by the American Society Before returning to Miami Beach, ol Chartered Life Underwriters, Wolper spoke on the same -nliject Bryn Mawr, Pa. before private groups m Flint and His engagements included AriDetroit. Mich. I.IMBIRG — — Dr. Hans Hefelmann, charged with complic ity in the murder of persons in Germany deemed by the Nazi regime unfit to live, testified in his trial that Catholic church officials in Austria helped him to escape to Argentina. Dr. Hefelmann is the only one of the original four defendants in the euthanasia trial to appear. Dr. Werner Heyde. the chief defendant, hanged himself in his jail cell last week, 24 hours after Dr. r'riedrich Tillman. another defendant, jumped or fell to his death lrom a Cologne office building. A third defendants. Bernard Bohne, jumped bail and fled to Argentina last September. Hefelmann, 56, testified that he left Germany for Austria in 1948. He said that, in Vienna, the Papal Nuncio advised him to go to Argentina and gave him his blessing. Later, he said, he was helped by Caritas, a Roman Catholic Welfare Organization, to get a visa for Argentina. "I maintained contacts| gees, said that Hefelmann proba-i with the German Jews in Buenos bly used a false name in getting Aires." he asserted. aid from Caritas The Vatican had' In Rome, a Vatican prelate who no official comment on the formhelped postwar European refu-j mer Nazi'.testimony THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS U T* CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $495 Half ** MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDED INSUMD-GUAKANTl ED • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 Delivered Anywhere U.S.A. FREE ORANGE JUICE WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P M. DAIL> MIAMI Established 1914 FRanklin 3-7796 WINDOW SPECIALISTS SERVICE WE'RE PROUD OF • Maintenance fnc. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF All TYPES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Complete Stock ot Replacement Parts 7400 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Miami 37, Fla. FRanklin 3-5491 PEPPY FIELDS RADIO PROGRAM NIGHTLY 11:00 12:00 P.M. SATURDAYS 11:30 P.M. 1 A.M. LIVE FROM THE ATLANTIS HOTEL • MUSIC • SING-A-LONGS • COMEDY • GOOD OLD FASHIONED FUN THE T0RAH HOUR SUNDAYS 12 NOON Narrated And Interpreted By the World Renowned Scholar And To. ah Authority RABBI DR. T!BOR H. STERN Sp.ritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation Founder of the 'TORAH SOCIETY OF THE AIR" ^tSSJU.WSJ?3v S i TORAH SOCIETY 311 Wa8h *n8ton Ave., Miami Beach. Fla. Sincerely, RABBI TIBOR II STERN, WEDR-FM, SPONSORED BY: 2£L£" K 0SHER MARKET S BERKOWITZ CORONET HOTEL MP E R | A^ O K OSHER PR OV.S.ONS, INC. MR, JACOB COHEN, HONORARY SPONSOR • I 77 .1 MIAMI'S JEWISH RADIO STATION



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Friday, March G, 1964 +Jen 1st rhridfiar Hebrew Educators in Statement Calling For Revising Teaching Standards Upward Paoe 3-C Hebrew Educators Alliance ol | GMMtaaw3ftMni, an affiliate tl (he National Federation of Hebrew Teaehen and Principals, this week issued ;i statement On the need to improve th< professional status ol teachers of Hebrew here. Rabbi Simon Aiulay, president, said the statement was originally issued ;it a special convocation ol the Centri I immittee of the National Federation last November in response to a severe shortage ol teachers in the New York religious schools: • The shortage of Hebrew teachers, which was first brought to public attention at the third conference of the American Association for Jewish Education in Washington, D. C, in November, 1956, has steadily increased in recent years. • Year by ;. ear since then, an increasing r-.imber of Jewish com inunities nave found difficulty in f\, recruiting teachers for their 1 schools. Many schools are nowstaffed by part-time, temporary and unqualified teachers. • The Hebrew Teachers Exchange Program, which has been supply ing Israeli teachers to American Jewish schools for two-year periods, has been at best only a temporary palliative solution to this problem. This, however, does not answer the basic need for a continuing supply of teachers from the American J e w i s h communities, who rcquin no special introduction to students and their educational need-. • The shortage of qualified He brew teachers can be alleviated only through the recruitment and training ol American young men and women for professional ca leers in Jewish education. • However, all efforts in this di{ \ Flamingo Chapter Party Flamingo Chapter. B"nai B'rith Women. •• a "Bunco" party On Saturc.. at the Palm SpringMile meeting room. Mrs. Bernar. Levitch v..in charge of reser ration-. rection will prove futile as long as the remunerative aspects of Jewish education, such as salary scales, fringe benefits and social prestige, will continue to fall far behind similar inducements in other professions, and even in public school teaching. • The committee therefore conclu ed that in order to attract able young people to Hebrew leaching as a career it is Imperative that Jewish communities all over the country make an immediate effort to rai.-e the. professional and social status of the Hebrew teacher. The committee culls upon the communities to equalize the salaries and social benefits of the Hebrew teachers in their schools to that of teachers in public schools. • The committee specifically calls upon the leadership of the Bureaus of Jewish Education to revise their codes of practice upwards as a first step in this direction. In addition to Rabbi Azulay, other officers of the Greater Miami organization include Miss Nettie Goldstein and Meyer Samberg. vice presidents; Mrs, Shoshana Spector, secretary; Saul Porush, treasurer; and David Frcedman. honorary president. Executive Committee includes Benjamin Ben-Arie. Sholem BenI'orath. Hirsch Berman. Mrs. Gladys Diamond and Mrs. Zahava Sukenik, Air Remedies For Teen Woes Dr. Ronald Shellow, instructor of Clinical Psychiatry at Jackson Memorial Hospital spoke on the Behavior Patterns and Possible Remedies for Teen-Age and Adolescent Problems" at the Temple Beth Sholom Brotherhood monthly breakfast last Sunday. Dr. Harry E. Wolk. president, announced that the Brotherhood supports youth activities of Temple Beth Sholom. TICKETS TOURS CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. 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I, Pcge 4-C mmmmm +Je*istfterkBan Friday, March 6, 1964 '.•'. embers of the Construction Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal meet at '.he office c. J E. Albert Pallot. president of Biscayne Fede.al Scvings and Loan, to plan the division's c.nner at the Imperial House on Mar. 16. ":om left to right are (seated) Don Kaplan, .-.-.ember of Steering Committee,Murray Levine, co-chairman of Building Supplies; Al Pallot, chairman of Construction Division; Edward Swerdlin, co-chairman of Building Supplies; and Harold Segal, co-chairman of Real Estate. Standing are Arthur Epstein, co-chairman of Builders, and David Fleeman, member of Steering Committee. Construction Unit Plans CJA Push ." %  'embers of the Construction Di\i-ion and its related industries will hold a Federation dinner on IK halt of the 1964 Combined Jeul.-l: Appeal campaign at the Impe rial House on .Monday. Mar. 16. (. ocktails will be at 6 p.m., and dinner at 7 p.m.. it was announced t>> E. Albeit Pallot. chairman of tli< division. i >e Steering Committee of James A! tert. David Fleeman. Ernest -I. Oil and Don Kaplan met with h evenings from 7 to 9 p.m., ovei WMBM Radio. Berns is a daily news commentator for the station FOR AIR CONDITIONING CALL C. E. MORGAN "IT IS OOf ntASUKt TO StKVl YOU" SALES and INSTALLATIONS — ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS 2034 N.W. 24th AVENUE NE 5-7201 I •V "PROMPT DAT end NfCNT SfRVfCf" McCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS Phono Pt 7-0606 9443 PARKWAY DRIVE MIAMI SNORES, FLA. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 2148 NW. 10 AVE. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men tFOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC Electrical Contractors RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE PAUL FOSTER, prtsHtnt AIR CONDITIONING and ADEQUATE WIRING 2264 W. FIAGUR ST. HI 82671 Nights. Sundays A Holidays Dial HI 3-0922 [ KIM. I IMSH l| \M i;it CO. LIME COLORED PLASTER I Phone 635-4195 I 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla. golfer's biggest holiday bargain on Georgia's fabulous My 11 Island!!! Every re*>rt luxury at your disposal. Beautiful air-conditioned rooms with sun terraces Olympic outdoor and indoor pools, fishing, shuffleboard, coffee shop and cafeteria. • Championship golf course I Low rental electric caddy cart. • Driving range and practice putting green 1/emH. of priy.t., sandy beach KiUh.nette suite, fo, lowbudgot family Holiday, too S.cia, dir.cfr and children', c.un.o..,, Planned ontertainm.nt fo, your complete enjoyment WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK Golfhavon on the Atlantic h Ocean., just 7 miles from trunawick, Ga. RESORT MOTEL THE WANDERER RESORT MOTEL JEKYLL ISLAND. GEORGIA "" %  Please reserve___reoms ( 0f a p ar y „,___ -. _f'om (date) (date) O Send Full-Colr Brochure. Name Address. '1 I I I I I I .2ene___ State. AAA e' 0,ntr$ C/i/6 e Cert, mtneht" • nsr A 1 You'll Hear the World's Finest Music WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conc*rtsl WKAT-F -• %  '*' r' •' i" on )



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Friday. March 6. 19S4 -Jewish tltridfon Page SC Miss America Wed DENVER -— Man lyn VanDerbur, Miss Anu-ric 'a ol 1958. a Protestant, was mar rie3 i" Lawrence A. Atl,r member of a leading Denver Jewish family, in a ceremony at which Kabbi Joseph Geldman, of Temple Vlicah, officiated. The father <>f the groom ,, N'oah Atler, past president B'nai B'rith District 2 and ;| president "I the Jewish sumptive Relief Society \.ked whether she planto convert, the former M;-. America said, "1 will Judaism with Larry Alter that, we'll see." Twin Double On Racing Bill -in,mi Park, assured the iorse racing in its history in response to :i record purse distili oi Sl.77ii.OCHI. .started its 4:; da\ meeting Wednesday, Thi fans also will be aiming for IMH mza called the Twin Double. p.. offs for a S2 wager may go (. h.ii as siju.ooo at GuUstream MIUthe Hallandale track will have the largest Twin Double poolol anj track having used tinpopular form of chance-taking. The previous hiEh twin double pa> off was 179,000. Cullstream's Twin double will be run on the filth, -lxth. eighth and ninth races Admission to Gulfatream will be rolled back to the 1930 level with onh ;. $1 tarifl to its newly created Annex Highlights oi the racing calen dar "ill be the Gulfstream Park Handicap Mar. 21 and the Florida Di Apr. -4 Each carries. $100.Younq Judect Group of Ner Tamid takes first Labovitz, is leader of the group. Miss Alida prize at an annual conclave held at Beth Krovetz. Also shown (lei* to right) front row Torah Congregation, where they were named are Liza Breslaw, Janet Rachman, Marlene "most outstanding Young ludea Group in the Goldstein, and Beth Reizes. Rear are Susan area" because of first prizes in newspaper, Osakow, Eileen Gordon, Mindy Baskin, Jackie quiz, attendance and banner contests. Shown Ades. (right) being congratulated by Rabbi Eugene 000 in added money. The Gulfboth coasts may be found among stream is a mile and a quarter the nominees for the mile and an test thai annually attracts the best eighth Florida Derby. o| the handicap division. Every First race time throughout the three-year old ot prominence on meeting will be 1:30. Local Diners Get YIP Treatment age of local dinners, who now are rewarded with the newly inaugurated VIP policy By-passing the transient tourist influx, the natives are whisked, via private elevator, to the elegant Upstairs Room, reserved exclusively for them and their guests. Greater Miami diners are accorded "preferential treatment,"' enabling them to bypass the long waiting -for table lines at Chandler's Restaurant during the height oi the seasonal dinner rush. "The year-round success of Chandler's." according to owner Lou Itubin. "is due to the patronMiller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QUAUTY CONTKACTIHG I SMVICI 3905 N.W. 37th Ct. Ph. NE 3-2686 -mm & KASHA MAM, THAT* A DiSMt *. ,*. nmy** ******** I • ..i... •' %  •K"; ^ -... -... L ***** *'.* '. For the man on the go! South Central s tost, rcgulorlv schcdulod service to all p3i"t* %  Flondo is designed to get you where you ho^e to go when ycu have to go auicklv, safely, and comfortably. Our modern concept m mtra-state oir travel utilizes the laresr equipment, experienced "million mile pilots and personalized service to insure you the efficient, dependable kind of transportation youf bu>v schedule demandi. Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, next time ... fly South Central. Call your travel agent tor schedule ami reservation* SOUTH CENTRAL AIRLINES, INC. FURNISHERS INSTALLERS Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Tito Rubber Tito EVHY INSTALLATION GUARANTIID"-Mi '•' *>• s J im f 'l r • BUSINESS WEEK MAGAZINE EXCLUSIVE REPORT 6:30 P.M. Mon. thru Fri. BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts en Starter and Generator RfJ'" __. BATTERIES OPERATORS --STARTERS HI-VOLT BATTER! INC. SALES A SERVICE at Home er On the Reed 1150 N.W. 7th Ayenue £5 IW7 •345 S. Dixie Highway mo ,w • ROOFING REPAIRS AND RE-ROOFING 1731 N. MIAMI AVE. SINCE 1920 PALMER'S ROOFING PHONE FR 3-6244 ^Wrf'W^WVXVAi^rf'WW^rf' Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "CUATf! WAMTS HOT" An Exclusive Laundry it Ohptt and lby Clones If 1111 NW. 10th AVENUE •• %  JW 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'III 1 M. YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN V0U* PHONf If ALWAYS AMSWMED IN* M4MRr ytwr adwrw to WJIII ••. fc*ae than f5 per week Hr a fall ttow Tet ep hene Secr.tery. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721



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Pcge 6-C *. Imlsti nrridTtrun Friday. March G, 1964 &f •*;#*| Abe Eisenberg (third from left) is honored at a testimonial hanquet Sunday evening at Beth Jacob Congregation. Conc.atulating Mr. Eisenberg for his many years of contribution la Beth Jacob and a variety of community institutions are (.'eft. to right) Leonard Zilbert, Tom Adams. Florida Secretary c: State, who was guest speaker, and Kenneth Myers, canc da'e for Florida State Legislature. The occasion also marked Beth Jacob's 30th anniversary. Rabbi Tibor Stern is spiriItfCtl leader of the congregation. Sentenced for Bribery in Israel TEL AVIV—(JTA)—Yehuda Spie gel. former deputy director of the Ministry of Health, was sentenced this week in district court to one year in prison for bribery in a con struction scandal. Spiegel, a one-time Hungarian Jewish leader and a leader of the National Religious Party, was ac I cused with three other men of demanding and receiving bribes in; connection with the award of aj contract for the erection of a $10,000,000 Government hospital near' Tel Aviv. A second defendant, A. Yaron. a contractor, who was also found guilty last Monday received a similar sentence. He was head of the Ministry committee that awarded the contract. The two others were acquitted. Spiegel was released, after sentencing on bail of 20,0001 pounds (SG.600) for 20 days pending an appeal of the sentence. The Health Ministry had been in charge of planning and building the hospital. New Breed Look In Hair Styles The newest idea in hair styling. according to Louis Thomas and August Pannel. well-known Lincoln Road stylists, is the "new breed look.'" The new coiffure, they say, is completely adaptable [or daytime or evening versions. For daytime, the new coiffure presents the effect of the English bowler hat, shaped t<> the natural contours of the head. A sportive, mobile bang can be combed straight down, or parted or swirl cd to one side. The sides of the hair arc draped, free t" move bade and forth. Meanwhile for evening, a glamorous hairdo is easih created by arranging the sides of the coiffure sleeked back. Height is added to the crown section by combing the hair up at back. The ears are exposed, giving a tall look for the long, slim neckline. The back of the hair can be molded into a seam effect. The adaptable hair style, according to Louis and August, was launched at the Hair Fashion REB YANKEL mm annoon LEGAL NOTICE University of Tennesse besowed its top engineering c .vard on McGregor Smith. I. orida Power and Light Company chairman of the Board, c: • the Florida Engineering Society's annual banquet in Miami on Saturday. Smith. the utility's chief executive c:ficer for a quarter-century, jiceived the annual Nathc.n W. Dougherty Award for 1963 as "Engineer of the "rear." IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62152-A in I:I: Kstnte of SAMl'KL SERVER 1 l.-r. :i-.-'l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All IVrw.ns Having Claims or Demands Against Said Esiati Y..u are hereby notified and required i" present an; claims and demand* which von may hat LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the udersianed, dealrlnit to entrum li business under ihe fictitious name ,,i pool) BPOT .it 7400 Red Road, South Miami, and SMS lllrd Avenue Miami, Intend! o register —-* %  i name Hiih Hi. Clerk of the dr. ull Court ,.i i > s „w County, Florida, HK.-T II .v <• COR!" and fiROVE H S CO iltl' i -..,.,,,..,* mandx iii>h i-ou inns navi nsi .. v <-\w\ ,1,, estate of 8AM1 KlKKRVKR dv ,,„,.,, ..;,. ,.. •eased lal lUde County, Horlda. ...,.„,„ ,.,,,„ %  3t4 Council of America convention in New York. at 1020 Lincoln Road Mall and 236 Louis and August have salons Valencia. Coral Gables, and its newest salon at 907 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach. to illCounty Judge* of lnde County, .•mil til.the same in duplli me and an provided In Nection "S3 HI, Horlda ritauue*, in theli office* In the -'"inly Courthouse In I %  . % %  ngagin Imslness under the fictitious name ,.| BEACHCoMltEH BAR at Stvei-l Miami I %  in li, Intends l-i •: il i-i<. N. .1. Newman, E .KEN. L.-.n. 67, of 600 ft Moore I .. SCHWARTZ. Mrs, Minnie, 54, of :< .-.I Peb. 19. Services ill New York. Kay Hi. Services In Chicago, New. v el .--ill,-. man KATZ. Jerome B., 65. --f WO (1st St. SINGER, Maud I Tv. ..f li;v", Collins f-r vices in New York. Riverside. Ave. Services in Chicago RiverH.ilDMAN. Hvninn. HI, of I0J Washaide gton Ave Services in New York. WILLIS, Mrs. Mae, 18, of 1780 S ruraide. (Tlftdes l>r., ili.-.i Pel), II. Riverside 6C-IOLLNICK. Maurice, 74, of 400 E KOPLOWITZ, Mis Anna. M, ,.| 3030 1.(1" in. Services In Rochester, Keystone Blvd. Services in New ...v. Riverside. Britain, Conn. Cordon. WOLFE, Maxwell, "-T. of ::."-" s Shore WEINER, Joseph, 72, of r.i BYV 6iith I---. Hervt o es in Voronto. Ni-wimm. Av,-. Garden, EPANDT. Joseph 71. 74, of 170 N\v WEISMAN, Mrs. Fannie, 83, ,.f 643 %  Hi Av.-., died I-VI-. is sstrvicee Kn.li.i .\\.-. Services m New York I New York .City. Riverside, i Blasoers L'CK. Mrs. -N. iii. 74. --f 1*311 th-exel KURZWEiL, Miss /..|.la. I:: „f 27:i:, i rtted Pen. v.-. Services In HW 27th Ter., died rVb. 7. Blank '"ooklyu. Riverside. MOREIN. l...,ii>. 67, of I6U s\V 30th FLORIDA FILTERS "for Fillers lit Florida Filters" AIR FILTERS PURIFIERS M4NUFACTWKJK FOff INDUSTRY COMMERCE RESIDENTIAL SfKVtNG Southeastern USA & Carribeon "FOR INFORMATION CALL" FLORIDA FILTERS INC. 3110 N.E. 2nd AVENUE FR 1-8625 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 1903 I'.i -si.VN -: liRAUTZER, Plaintiff, \ s. SIDNEY -ill.M.I rZER, l -. :• ndant, NOTICE TO APPEAR %  M:V HR \UTZEI: : Uoean Parkw ay Rroaklyn, New York V"l ARE HEREBY NUTIr IEP thai whirl, you inay'iiai. against ihe"e•' '"oinplalnl for Divorce hus late of Louie Adler deoeuaed in.of I WrA at.mist you, and y-"i are r.-Dud.County, Florida, t• > tin. County I ''"'red to serve a copy of your an Juda/es of Dade County, nnd file Ihe I H vl "'' P'o*dlnn to the Complaint on aame in duplicate and as provided in %  '•'" plaintiffs attorneys, Myers, HelSection 733.16. Florida Statute* in '" %  '" ,v Kaplan, 11 So K.W Plrat SI %  their offices In the Countj .... Mi.-n., 36, Plorhla, and file the origin Dade County, Florida, uithln six calendai months from tin time -f the first publication hereof, or Hi, sain, will be barred. Dated at .Miami. Florida, this ••; flaj --I l-'.l.i nary. \ .|i. i:„,| III ISE \l i|,i:i; MM'iiii: AI.|.I:I: AEx< cutors .Firs" imbllcatlon of this not HiJlsi da) of February, i:-.i L.BUNARD I! EtlKRI 1 at Myi 1-. Helman & Kaplan Alton,. > for Exe< iiii-r" A,-, 111' IL.O s.w pirsi Streei -Miami 36, Plorld.1 K-SKEL. Isli I 7-. ,,f .in:. Royal Mm 'Av.-., died nil, 19 s. i \ Ices I irookly n. RiversideS=ECTOR. Abraham, S4, t 12s an 111. Services in New V-n k. kersldc. LACHMAN. fii-orre, 83, ..I 35SS SW :'"th Si ,liI F-l. is <:..i-il,,ii STRAUSS. AKIU>*, "i • %  •"-" Meridian du-ii F. li. is. i:i\ eriule. Av. Ion. S-TV iin St. lailli.-. OorFROST, llessie, 7::, ..r 61S Kuclld Ave., %  in-i Peb. 14. Services in I-.-I-M Hills, N.Y. Blank. OELLER, Nathan, KL', .-f -.-ii [aland Ave ,li.-,i F.-l.. 15. Riverside, NEIMAN, Benjamin, 7::. nf |6Ktj VYashincton Av. died Peb, H S.-IM,,. ,„ I'lttsl.urKh Ps 1 -.Lmk COTTESMAN. San,. 7->, of 3SI Al-uARONOWITZ, \tf Sophie, 7" -,f l-'i an Ave. s rvices in Brooklyn. _S ;i11 Bt. Newman, BRAMS, Solomon Dlvd. tiordon RAPP. Lou Ave. NVivman. f rsifl Collins \v. WEiss, jack, "*, died i-.i, Ber\}>1>* '" N< w York. Blank. 61, -.r 773 Dade f 111 Rlvervlew vet 1 K-SSEL. .l.-.-i-ii !• 671 ol 11 >:. MarIll I >r s. v Ices in "l-i. am. Ttiv%  Slllf RiCH. \l.r-. 61 %  vv .:,an STORCH. .MiSarah, 70, of sou WashSIDERMAN, Kniaiil. Riversid. Ht. n Av. Sei v i, ,,, |lilvn. < side. CCHEN. urs i',. .ia. 71 ..r ;,:in ParVv,Si iv Ices in Rocheatei. V Kiv. RtSSEROFF, Benjamin, .;7. c-f 772-1 cling Ave, Service,in New >rk Rlvei-Ade CH %  '. i-f 1610 i" '-liins s.rv a es ,1, 'Hk-agii. N'eW11 BUBiN. Uamuel A. is, ..r -J:,HI s\v -nd Tei tiei v i. > in Montgom• v. Ala, Gordon. E-UBER. Mis Her t ha, 7:'. nf IS| us, i ll, Dr., .li.-.l Feb. II. Riverde EC-IREIBER. Kiank, 71. „f 1ft|7 dlan A v. s-i v Ices in New >rk New in.in KLEIN, AI.V, rs. ,,r \nn XE |S7lh -li.-.l Peb. 12. Services in New %  rk City. Riverside When your family celebrates a Special Family OccasionWelcome Wagon Calls I VVhcn your family celebrates a [Sixteooth birthday, announces n engagement or the birth ol %  new baby, or moves to a new home, your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call wiih a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from the religious, civic | sja •nd business leaders of \^ ourcommuniiy CHEEK'S MASSAGE STUDIO 'Tou'vc Tried fhe Uesf Wow 6TT fhe BE ST" OUT CALLS "Caroline Masseuse" 1456 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Ph. 532-3768 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 Inal answer or |ili adlna In th< -•f ilni'1-rk .-f the nbove styled Court -.11 ..r I., f.-i. 1I1. j ird .1.1 %  --i Mnrch, ''"l. In il.i'uiili ..1 wiii-ii tin Complaint for Dlvo w ill 1., ., 1 ., i-onfi -'i ujcain -1 \ I' VTKI' iln.'"li IIHI il I'. %  11 .iv. i'..'.i. iii Miami, lMil.< i'..iiuiv. 1|i, ids i: 1'I.KATIIKKM \\ "lei k of the Clreuil Court I'.i-iI•ount) KI011.1.1 li) i' "1 ii-i:i.w 1. I %  nitj 1 'I. ik 11-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 61953-B In III: i:-i.,i,nf I:I;\I:ST iivi'i: UI.AKK Oeei ..s.-i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All |>ers,.ns Hnvinu Claims ..Deniiin.l, AKaiin-taV Sold Csii.i%  V"ii are hereb) notified and n quired to i-r. -.-ni .,nv i-lalm and rte' "i.in.lvvlin-h v,,,. .,,.,, 1 1% .,_.,,,,,i th.estate --i Ki:\i:sT IIVI-I: 1 I'-l.Alv K, defeated, .11. of l-.,,i. 'oun' x 1 1 1'" •!'• %  Count) Judge* .-' Dude County, iwl flu th. name In duplloat) and :.proviiled In Set-lion •33.16, l-'l--ii.|,i siniiii..-. m their nfn-.-s In the '•.-iiniv Courthouse In itade i-iuntv, Florida, within .-IN .-..: .n.iaimonths 1 < the time ,.f ii„. I ; l,;i tion hereof, or th. M win i„. barred, Dated a] Miami Florida, this 13th nay ->r February. \ l>. iftKi \i"i..\ DI.SKN ni.AKi: As Bxi 1 1-1 publication of this notice ,.,1 vl'-'.-.V-' 1 ''" ,,r f'el.ruar), 1-,, CRiSTOU w,:iNII:u '• By: A. JAY CRISTOI. AII.-I-II.-V f,„ r-:\,.,.„;. I, l>arte F.-.l-i.,| Hulldlna -I N R 1st Vv,Miami. rToilda -' I1-2S, -\i r JCV When the occasion orites, phone HI 8-4994 SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE NIERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034



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iy, March 6. 1964 LEGAL NOTICE *. Imls* fUirndlHar Page 7-C IE COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62121 B Estate of p.VUSTi IN (SRODW< 'III, | I,-,'.-.!-! il NOTiCE TO CREDITORS Creditors and All Peraons I'lRtmfl "i* Demands Against [ Estate: hereby notified and reL| i,. |iv< %  .-. ni anj claims and dels which you mai have against £ .-MI. of KINGSTON i; i :• • i •II. deceased !..'" "f Dade '.-tinIforlda, to ill*County Judges ol < 'iiinii> ..ml i iiithi§a n • %  l ;tpi oi Ided HI s. i %  n Florida Statutes, in their ofin thi' Count} Courthouse In County, Florida, within ~i\ Mai months from ihitime oi [first publication hereof, oi the will inbarred. [I..I ,ii Miami, Florida, this 7th Februar) \ I > 1964 l :i IN \ C;RI •! IWI illL \ I fcecuti i\ 1st publication on this notice on I i'ii •(;•"of February, 1*64, BCBR & MANNHEIMER Tneys for Executrix puponl Plau i 'iiiii-r %  II, si, s, a t DAYBMU LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Tin: is HEREBY tilVBN that Undersigned, desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of EN JAY APARTMENTS al 350 {Street, Miami Reach, Florida, Into register said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade iy, l loiida. Mi IRRIS KACFMANN & i: AN'NK KM IM ANN, Inwlfi i .'," %  i iwnei) HENRY MAC I'M ANN ISO' %  i >ii. i i ril & MANDLER fin s for Kaufmunns 111 CM. I ni Beach %  :: %  Kim iii. i %  TUT s si-28, 3 n-ia NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ihi: is HEREIIY IRYEN ilmt ,i rii-il. iii -II Ing iii engngi in Inue name ol MARKET .ii :.'-"• Douglas dallies Florida, Intend f %  ialil na e 11 Itn thi Clerk i "lr 'in %  "on i m I 'ni. Co inly, M IRIA \l SCHW \RTZ I'AI'L IHIEINOOLU I '.II I lit 1 -hlli & I %  I Plugl Strei | %  i -lii|. 2 21 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW ICE IS HEREIIY (ilVEN that i il, .1. -ii inn !.. naage -un I* : the iii ii lous name %  j IMOND'S IIKli.HTS i IF ft I %  • X s .ii 14.122 Lincoln BouleII! Heights, Dade CounIi mi•-! reglsti r said JOHN [>. MORDACNT 2 II. 21, 88, %  : >; %  IE COUNTY JUDGES COURT with the "Miik of the Circuit of I'm!. County, Florida. AND FOR DADE COUNTY, [FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE No. 61686C |: Estate '•! )IIN A SAYMAN, ceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS III Oi dltoi and All Persons I claims or Demands Against Mate: i, i.Ii. rliv not ifToil nn.l :•• -• %  in an; claims and dewhich \..ii may have against ate of JOHN A. SAYMAN, de: late ..f Dade County, Florida, County Judges of Dade Coun-j ni flic the same In duplicate provided In Section 733.16. j statutes, in their offli in i • .HI \ Courthouse in I lade \-. Florida, within six calendai the time '.f the t'iit un hereof, .n ill.same will • fc-i-il I M ami, Floi Ida, thi llth lary, VI' 1984. CLAIRE SAYMAN \a Exi • II' i i\ nl Ion ..i ihinnl i il %  % %  < *h'uarv. l64. pi. .\ROC.ERS fill EXCCII ; \ Road I ..II' 2 14. SI, !, : B NOTICE UNDER ICTITIOUS NAME LAW I' IS IIKRKIIY UIVEN ih.H in il ilexfrins to • %  if Ih i nil MIname I -' KISCOl'NT STORE .it -' • t, Miami. Intend III name Il li the i 'lerk %  i' • "in t of I lade Couni BY HENRY LEONARD WARD € ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenist fhrkMan solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE "Please, Doctor, not with a Milchidicke Knife!' CM'. 1463, Dr*nw FrtdiKliwii NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T > %  "= ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ZFLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 64C 2138 III'W H.l'll M. ISARV1N, I'lalntiff, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61949-A In RE Estate ,.f II \ I: I: V TELLER, I • ,..!-..,I NOTICE TO CREDITOR? To Ml Cn .li'.'i H and All I" nmni II. i\ III^ l.urnor I ii i mi IK 11. v.i. Si i iii I %  v • %  i in in lij notified in.! re'||||I i .1 i" ].i..-. I.I ,nn ...ii i i tieI .' .\ il %  Il .. ..'.I 111.ili \. late ol MA IIRY TELLER, rti %  %  %  ml.. Juilgl ..1 I ia.I, i %  n same in il i %  ,.i ..\ ni>.i %  Sin 111 I • -. III lli. ii ofl. %  ill ; he Flo da, i h a i\ nil IKIIII nonI Its fro Ihe linn eof, or ill • i. .1. Hilled ai Miami. Kl la, III %  I.,.. ..: %  '. III iai v. \ 1 1. 196-1 I.ORH VIM: KRAI SS v \ii?iiiiii-i ratrlx Fli -; %  11-in of i innotl a the i ii : %  day of Febi uai ) IH64, SKVMi .IK l,i X IX IN I for Aiiiiiini.-i %  TT'.' X v\. :,nii Street .' II. 21. :'<. : 6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBBY HEREBY 11 v EN 'I il ill. iiit.l. i %  >i-.iii. d, deslrlnu to i :n business 'in.I. i ill. ficillinus • %  ,.„.„ |„ Cl'STOMEIt RELATION SERriii."'• vi MERCH WLISI: •ISTRIBl'TORS, INC. v Florida Corp. \< iRTl IN f-r Hmrilcant liuildina 2 II. M, 2S, '• ..CIRCUIT COURT OF THE *h,L H JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF IRID4 IN AND FOR DADE fUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 1540 \ l< TORIA I'RQI'IZA. Pliilntlff, I,'' ItQCIZA, %  • '• mil t. IVf-Pif PUBLICATION tji Rlj i lt'MlZA. : i S22 vi,, "'I > 'I-111 ii i ( ; s ( I ". Colorado. ,ANI-El. IRQCIZA. II *!! '."•'" '' s i Ft, carNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 894 ROBERT M MCTZ Plaintiff v -I'Ari.A MCTZ I lefelld lilt SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tii I'M I. A Ml "I"/ Iti slflence I'nknown YoU, I'anla Mill/, are In r. Ii\ notified thai a B411 of Complain! for liiYiiri-e has he. n filed agalnal you, -nnl > mi .ni required te serve a cop) --i your \ii-H.i..I Pleading t.. Ih Bill of Complaint on tin Plaintiffs ..!tnrm-y, STANLEY I" (lOODMAN, 2BSS X.W. 82 Street, Miami. Florida :'.::iiT ami file Hnoriginal Answer or Pleadlnu in iln nffli • of 'h. Clerk of the Circuit Courl .>n ->i before t 1 "' 16th da> ni' March, l64. if you fall to la no, ludgment by di r.uilt ill be taken against you for Ihe relief demanded In the Pill of Complaint This notice shall hi p ii.li.-in-. I om i i each v\.. k for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH Ff.ORIDIAN IMlNE \ N 1 %  OROERED nl Miami. r II, Mil!"lli dav of Pi In a..i A-1 > I'.lfil, K II LEATIIERMAN Clerk, Circiili Court, Hade Counl II .ni ••IHI Si all By; It. II RICE, I li putv i 'lerk ST VNI EY IMH Hi.MAN •.;-v \ VV .;"ii.| Miami i''' Oxford I ".;•'! 2 I I. 21, • IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62236-A Iii RE: Estate of I \ci IB R< ISBNBEHO k a .1 \CK 111 iSS a k a I \. K ItOSENBERiJ, I lee, a-.. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.i vil Creditom an.I All Pi I oni Having claims or Demands Agninsi Said Estate: Y..II an hereby notified and re• iiiirid to presenl any claims and d< mands vrhlch vou may havi agalnsl the i -i.ii. of .1 Mm'. ROSEXRERii a k a JACK ROSS a k a JACK RCISENBERO, deceased late of Dadi County. Florida, to the-fount} Judges if l i.iii. County, and file the • inn in duplicate and as provided In VICES 'i Suite SI", 120 Lincoln Mian Reach, Fla inti lids I i name with Ihe i '• 111, II cuil "HI! Ol I '.ni-' 'ounl>. Florida KDWARD I. HERNS Sole i I' V I I. KWITXEY Sil.VBRSTI N KWITXEY .v .;. H .1 iis .vn..i ne.v s for Aiiplli am I.'.I Ian. ..In Road 2 11, 21, !S, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 1812 ALTAMEASE RoLLE WRlilHT, Plaintiff, vs. JEROME WRIOHT, Defi ndaiil. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO; JEROME WRKIHT Residence enknov n Yoc. jEit-iMi: WRIOHT. are hereby noMned that ALTAMEASE Kci.l.i: WRIOHT, has filed a Complaint for Dive agalnsl you, and vou at-.' required i" seryi a oopi of vour Answer on the Plaintiffs attorney, ROBERT II TUAi'itu:. n;r. iluPonl Bulldliii, Miami. Florida, and i"i!,ih. original Answer in the Ofi'i. if the Clerk "f the Circull Courl on .a before the Mth day bf Munii. |9I i .,tli. i\. i-.-,the all. Kali. nis in said Complalnl will be tekeu as confesM-d liy v .'i. and a Decree I'm Coni. .... -v ill I..entered agalnsl you for he i. lief prayed for In said %  'omplailll f INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai ihe undesigned, desiring to engage %  n l.'iin -unrti i li, ii, iii I,,,,,, of V VI. | ,v ASS. ICIATES ai 119 N W *.iiili Street, Miami. Intend t. reglsi%  ml name -> iih ihe i "lei K ..f the Circuli courl "I Hade Couniv, Florida. EMILE Win IREI >ll. VV II.I.IA.VIS RICH tltll HUICKMA.N MYERS, HEIMAN .v.KAPLAN Vitorneys for Vpplicanl 11."" s vv i-i Street 2 94 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ,N CHANCERY, No. 64C 2068 J< ISEPHINE ELLARD, PlnlDtiff, \ s, DESMOND ELLARD, 11. t. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE AND OR ANNULMENT Ti i: l leamond Ellard %  Norman Ellard %  • 4 UM i iid < in-hard Montres I, • 'ana.la .You, DESMOND ELLARD an herej by notified thai a Bill of Complaint PANHT fTAY OARVIN, I for Divorce and or Aniiiilm.-iit has i Defendant. I... n filed agalnsl you, and you art SUIT FOR DIVORCE I required t-. serve a copy of win AnI TO PANSY HAT OARVIN -vv-.-ior Pleading t" the Bill of c I Weal Bay, IIrand Cayi 1-1 ALENANOER, One Uncoln Road] West Indies I Cine Miami Beach, Fla, and file the | You PANSY HAY OARVIN, | original Answer or Pleading In the hereby notified thai a Bill of l" plaint on the Plalntirra att y, SOL llaUH f..r Divorce has I n i I e of the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court inguinal you, and you are required to ..n or before the Suth day of March, serve, a cop} nl your Anew Pleadi'n:|. If you fall to iudgmenl '"'" ;l Bill of C plaint on by default will be taken agalnsl > iitolntlff %  Attorney, MILTON A. for Hi" rellel demanded In Ihe Bill ,,r rltlKHMAN. nil Alnsley BuUdin--, Complalnl Miami. Florida and file the nrlgiiiHl This notice shall l"published Inewer or Pleading In thi office "f each week for four consecutive weeks the i lerk of the Circuit Courl on or i in THE JEWISH FLORIOAN. .before the Sittl da} ol March li HONE v\|i OROEREH nl Miami, '" >'" u fa to do ao, Judgment b} tie. Florida, this 24ih iln} of February. '2"" m '" %  taken agalnsl you >r \D I,,.: ihe rellel demanded in the Bill ••( E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cli :. l "l.' 1 %  '' Circuit Coun. Hade County. FloridH • "his mm.shall lie published ls ,..,i. [., | UVIPPDI-'V each week Ir four ."ii.-i ill i. IVI I,;..;, •,,; K ; n THE JEWISB FU>RIDIAN. SOL ALEX \XDEH DoNE AND OROEltED ai Ml Vttorm for PliilMtil l-'l..n.ia. this 2Jth .1 i} ol Pi I) •i -s ; ,: ;::-".i A II "_l K B i.ivv I"II:I:.VI vv cii NOTICE TO DEFEND I : Court, Dadi Count) I" IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE f •--%  I! Mill'gUi-rlti Molfo ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF |..|,i.>. FLORIDA I N AND FOR D' DE | -MILTON V I Kl 1.1 '.VI A \ COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, 1 1 11 Vlnsle) Building No. 64C 2161 I Miami I; V Y.VIi IN BEI.ISI.E, %  i "' I '" : : IMnI -' -' VNliEl IX\ P.l'l ISLE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ,,,,;; i. IN THE, C IRCUIT COURT OF T= y,,, ,., ., v ,. h -| ,.. .' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL OF F D L AD R E D C A OUNTY N D K FOR CHANCtRY, •I ItlH IDE ISLAM., me notlfli i \ i i I':'. V'ltll I rk, and J mail a cop} to plaintiff's uttornevs. I CHRISTIE IND I.EVENSTEIN, Hill Coral Way, Miami IS, Florida, on or before Un11*1 da} of, viai eh, 1964, I else the Complalnl will he taken ai I •onfesseil li} j .ni. BATED, February -••;. I Ml r B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. C|i, nil Coui'ti I lad.i'..nnt\. Florida (seal) By; K. M, LYMAN lieiiiilv i 'I, i k 28, :: ii-13-241 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2152 MAROARET K VAI.ISK V. Plaintiff, UEOIW1K VALISKA, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I'i' riEORIlK V VLISKA %  .. F. Peressenyl 3560 Tltli Street, Apnrtinenl 'i"l Jack -.ii Hi ighta, New York You tlEORiiE VAI.ISK. v are hereli> notified thai Bill ..f Complaint No. 64C 1861 | ANITA J. i Cl ILEM.VN, I I'lalntiff, VI A J .MAN I. c. ILEM vv I LI. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE li i; MAX I. %  M.EMAN I;ITI i.,.'. 'hapel Road ilreensl .\..iili Carolina You Al v.\ i. .-i|.i-:.\lA.\ are In i l.i notified thai a Bill ..i Complaint foi Divorce has been filed agaiu*t vmi. and you ure required to .-• i %  a copy of >our Answer or Plead I in Hie Bill .a Complalnl on the plait tiffs Attorney, UOLOMAN, UOLDI STEIN ,v I'.vi /.IKK. i'i. I West In.-|er .Street, .Miami, Florida, and i rh.original Answer or Pleading in ih.office .a in. Clerk of the Circuit CotSrl on .II before the 28rd duv %  if March, l4. If you fall t" • -• -II. iudiiin.-iu by default will 1... t..!,.•ii aMnst >ou for the relief di manded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published each week lor four consecutive Weeks in THE JEWISH l-'i.i iltiniAN.. DONE AM' ORDERED it Mia. Florida, iliiIMII da) ••( Februury, AIL 1964. i E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk for Divorce has been filed against you ciriuil Coun, Dade Count' Ftornl •' you in.reiulred t.. serve H cop} lOiivull Court S all of your Answer or Pleadinu to ti.. ii. ,.. ,-,,ii.-i ivn B Complalnl on the plaint '' ,',, ,., u •,,','• %  •Mn.,iy ,V'':y:',V.' ; '' L !'u' N ; 'r,"1 ,""''',^ >JMAX. liOLDSTEIN I'Ai /ll.i:. i'i"! West Flugler Street, ,v I'ACZIBR Miami. Florida and file tinoriginal _,,,. v\ est Flugler Street Answer ... Pleadlnc in thi office "f Miami .l.i, K nn %  Clerk ..i Ihe Cln-ull C : on ..i Attorneys foi I'lalntiff i..1 in. %  ;' %  i .lay of March, 1961. li •ATED thiI "Hi day 1964 i; It I.I-: VTHERMAN. Cli rk II) M vi:.:i'i:itl'l'K MORFORD 2 I'I-:'N. 3 8-13 \nii tail tn un -II. iudgmenl li) diNOTICE UNDER fault will be taken agalnsl you for Ihe FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rellel tie Ilia I .1 111 Ihe Bill ..I ComNOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN that plaint. il,,underslened, desiring lo eiiaagv TI,,.M ..ii, • %  shall i"published •• ni business under Ihe fictitious ffliiie %  a <.|, vek fcr four consecutive neeks ,r I'I IIS BY EXOEL ai Sim.' .!". j,, THE JEWISH Fl.oltllHAN I2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ma |HNE \ND OR|>ERED ..i Vllanil, iii.ii.lI., i.u'-i.i sain II. un.. with) | ,,,.,,1., i ti.— .'Mil da) ••! I v I'. : %  ".! K B LEATHERMAN, I "lei l>. 1 'iin.i "oui i. I '.i. I. '' ly. I %  -I i .-. all B) K XI I.Y.MAN I i. put) 'I ioldnian, loMsti In .v i v.xli r _'i..| vv.-i Flugli Si %  .vii. ,',ii. Florida : 21-2S, Com t iwni i' .I. ,.i In i 'li'iiilt i M.i, .' it). Florida I5ETSIE i\''i:i.. Si' 1 rvi I. K'W ITNEY SILVERSTEIN, KWITNEY A %  :i a i| its Attorneys fin \ppllcanl ;.i. I,a.. ..In Road :' 1 1. 21, '.<. 6 | VI '..I ne) I.. i' I' ml ill IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 1811 HENRY THOMAS WAY, I'laintiff. \ ANNIE NOR \ WAV. I., i. ndant NOTICE TO DEFEND TO VWIK NUBA WAY Iti -i.i. nee Ellknou II yot", ANNIE NOR A WAY. ar -. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ,N PROBATE No. 62269-C Clark IN RE: Estate .a I.' 'I is K I'ERKINS, I a .I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'" All • 'red .and All I'.i .-,,nHn alms MI Demands Against Said ^ ou ai. Iii-reb) iii.-.i ..mi ipnred i.. present an) laima ami .linanus nliicii >..a ma) havi again.-1 tin .-in. ..i I.in is E. I'ERKINS • %  • • nsi a late ol Dade Count) Kim Id ,. lo the 'ount) Judgi ..t I ia.lii '..iini,. %  iii. -am. III duplicate ami ... r..\ 1.1".I LORIDA IN PROB No. 61SS8 A IN RE I'Mi IS VIM iRE SPIKOEL I leceasedi NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons lla\Ina Cbtlnis or LVmands v^ain.-i Said i-:-ia te: Y", HI are In-ill.-, notified and required I., present any .iMiniand d. mands herein notified thai HENRY THOMwhich you ma) have against lb. .-vvv VV hafiled a %  '..nujlaiiii for HItali id ISAIMIRE SPtKXiEI. deceased IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT %  ^ '.'"' ',,,'" '' '"', orW IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ',, .M,,', ',"/"• ~ n the FLORIDA IN PROBATE ... i, '"".'. '" ,' '"."• """•>' • ithln \ calendar months ft the iini.of ih.iii-.-i publication hi nl, • Hn -am.u ill be barred I'ai'.i .it Miami. Horlda, this ;i-r da) nl I ilil-aaiv, A. II. |;n,4 BKSSI,-; PERKINS vi vi:\ IN s I'ERKINS B.vitN'i.l "I BOBINS. IN. .11; As Executors First publication m this notice on n. -vii, ,,a, ui vVbruary, 1964, liAKKi.A K. .BINS'iN Alti-lll.l, |o, I'..-.M.„,,„.1 "I' !• al llldg, tjkei .,, .,,,. t, K .' 'M-i"i:i:.\iAN'. %  *'; 'hi Circuit Court *aml, Florida. '' '' '•"I'Bl.AND. "' i' "v Clerk. t/ll, SI, J-, :; %  "' "-"i. iirani), iina .1 ivoiiii'cd t" serve II enpv "I vour An%  •'"' %  '> Jiraaes ..i uaae i.iiiiiti. ami viiaini Flora.,, i %  in duplicate and as provided In Sec^ ;'.".', ,',„ p", nilff's attoney, ROBl 1 ""' > %  ""• < '•>' i'"''li, .,,,„„ n, ,,.,,'. ,., N „TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  "'" ''J ll,, ". 1 ,. ,-,, otherwlsi Ih, allegations In said •" sam e a III lie barred. ,i„. undersigned, desiring ... engage '••"•. %  ',;". M ;' '."'•. "" ri 'Si : '' "--' ,,,V : ':', %  „ ;"";', 'P!'" : '"" < % h "' "''"" • '"rictltioue name da\ ,a t.l-i-iii'v. A.I' !'".' ...i I,..,.., i',.. %  ,,. ''•'> ri'iuaiv. A.|i IMi.l ,.,' .11 u.uiv ,, ,.-e %  ,.'x-,.-., ... .,.,%  ni in vi ;i IRVIXll CYPEX FRED ROSEXRERii v.' 1 :\%  iti First ptiblli -.' n 11 % %  %  • Ihe ;."-! -1.^ of Fi bruai y, %  • 1 II;VI\<; CYPEX 1 1 vv OFFICES Attorneys tm I'o-Executors -.'. At thur %  lodfre) H 1 %  J -Jl -28, 3 0-1 %  %  I In you. and r ee Pro Conj""" "' '''''.".""' %  %  v '.',., ';" %  },., ,' %  OLADWIX APARTMENTS Vt~i 1,..-,, will be entered agalnsl • %  1.1 I.I.IA.N >i n-.i ,i-.t. %  .,,„| -.,., ,.,,,, s ,,.,., Miami Beach, • i„. i-ellei pruved for In said f'inAS .Miniinlsiratrlx Florida, Intends to register said name i-iiM i.nl.il, ,., ., ,,, this notice .ii with thi Clerk of lh Circuit Court • '•"> %  r£BRTH y TADRia ary '"' ; '" '^I^^TsT!*^ Vttoiney for Administratrix JKtiVNBIt .v MANNllEIMER 1: II LEATHERMAN, Clrk VI KROl'ERITE Ml iHFl IRD .' 21 J^, 3 "-1 1 1 33 duPont Ulda Miami 28, ;i, 6-13-36 Ail .js iui Doroth) s'..isi-rf 1/14. 21. 28. -J 0



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* UUC I4-D Page 8-C +Mistneridian Friday, March 6, • -C4 "... because I thought it was part of my religious obligation." "...because we wanted to be together always." \ • • %  W o l l j my wife is sort of helpless about something like that." "...because I didn't want my wife to have the burden." "I handle the business in my family-" "... because I wouldn't want my wife to overspend, just because she wanted to do right by me. ff We always make our decisions as a family." u ..because I saw what Sarah went through/ // "This may sound funny but I found it was a good investment." There are many ways of looking at it. Some see it one way. Some another. But at many cemeteries, a majority of people are now making the necessary arrangements in advance. By planning ahead these arrangements can be made with a minimum of emotional strain. Prices and services can be compared in a calm rational manner. And many difficult decisions will not be left for the family to make when they are least prepared Miami's Most Beautiful Exclusively Jewish Cemetery AND COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM 5505 Northwest 3rd Street p hone M 0 1-7693 EM EVERY SUNDAY AND WEEK DAYS M ,, ( ^ USD LET US SHOW y ft] Al s n U>E1 FOB UJ -: UHJE PAPERS I MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY P.O. Box 44-367, Miami. Florid* l 1 ''" • I i•< without obligar. -. I 11 inform rial Estate* in M<..--. Ntbo NAME -I | cm t /.. .\ E STATE


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 6, 1964

Subjects

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Full Text
^Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
to:sae 37 Number 10
Miami, Florida. Friday, March 6, 1964
Three Sections Price 20c
Manhattans View
'Deputy' Opener
As Pickets Walk
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Irs American performance of the
ODtroversial play. "The Deputy.'"
|otik place before a packed house
Manhattan with picketing but
tithout the violent disorders which
law marked its showing in every
European city where it has been
performed,
Son:e 100 pickets were present
or ihe opening night of what Is
kpected to be a long run. Thi
kkk>- include! members of the
InterScan Nazi party and of tht
I Hoc Committee to Protest The
leputy. Most of the latter said
hey v. ere Catholics. The play's
xplo-ive theme is that the late
|ope Pius XII failed to speak out
tain-I the Nazi slaughter of
piropean Jewry.
Critic* of the New York
Times, Herald-Tribune end other
netropolitan newspapers agreed
lhat, as a play, "The Deputy"
h*d many faults but they also
agreed that the issues it raised
bout the genocide of European
Jewry needed to be debated and
ken to heart. Rolf Hochhuth,
he German Protestant writer of
the play, arrived in New York
H| witness the opener.
Dr. Joachim Prinz. president ol
E American Jewish Congress.1
Judi-d the courage ol the produc
t-s in "the lace of reported
teaU of violence and other re
Continued on Page 7-A
!eport Need
If Matzoh in
ISSR Again
LONDON(JTA)There will not
enough matzoh for Jews need
j the unleavened bread for Pass-
l\er this year in the lour leading
Jewish centers of the USSRMos
low, Leningrad, Kiev and Odessa
-dispatches received here from
JfOSCOW indicated. Despite certain
Announced relaxation of rules by
loviet authorities, rabbis in major
Soviet cities were reported as say
mg lhat the matzoh situation in
their communities this year will
pot differ much from the condi-
tion last year, when few matzoh
pere available tor Passover
Mcscow Chief Rabbi Yehuda
Leib Levine was reported say-
ing in the Central Synagogue of
the Soviet capital that, although
permission was received this
year to bake matzoh in rented
quarters in a Moscow suburb, the
permission came too late since
the location needs "considerable
repairs" before it can be used
as a matxoh bakery.
bi George Joseph Leib. spit-
Continued on Page 9-A
DK. JOACHIM PRIN1
Vatican Editor
Defends Pope
HOME (JTA)An article de-
fending the late Pope Pius XII
Igainst charges made in the play.
The Deputy'lhat the Pontiff
deliberately maintained silence in-
stead "f speaking out publicly
igain.-t Miller's program for the
innihilation Of European Jewry
,vas printed here by l'Ohsei vatore .
Romano, the official newspaper of
the Vatican.
The article, opening a series, was
written by Raimondo Manzine.
ditor of the Vatican organ and
\as cued to the fact that the con-
troversial drama, by German play-
\ right Rolf Hochhuth. opened its
run in New York.
Continued on Page 3 A
Ship Refused
Canal Passage
LONDON(JTA)A British car-
goship bound tor the Far East was
hell up for 36 hours in Port Said
this week by Egyptian authorities
after the Egyptian customs spot-
ted a case addressed to the Israel
Embassy in Manila on the ship
manifest. The British Foreign Of-
fice asked the British Embassy in
Cairo to look into the incident and
report back to London.
The Egyptians refused to allow
the vessel, the 8.000-ton Cardigan
shire, owned by the Glen and Shin
Line of London, to proceed throug!
the Suez Canal. Despite the cap-
tain's protests, he was ordered to
unload his cargo at Port Said until
the Embassy-bound package way
found and confiscated.
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Anti-Semitism Draft
Given UN Commission
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The United Nations Commission
on Human Rights, which has been in session here two weeks debating
a draft Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Intol-
erance, was presented with a United States amendment to that draft,
ioecifieally condemning "anti-Semitis mas a form of racial discrimi-
nation.''
The amendment would instruct
all governments to "take action as
appropriate for its (anti-Semit-
ism's) eradication in the territor-
es subject to their jurisdiction." I
Ihe clause is to be debated by the
lull 21-member Commission this
week.
The amendment was presented i
>y the head ot the United States;
delegation in the Commission. I
Mrs. Marietta Tree, after a sug-1
jestion that condemnation of rac-
Ism must mention anti-Semitism
pecifically had been made by Dr.
Isaac Lewin, representative of the
\gudas Israel World Organization.
Me was supported by Dr. Joel Bar
.omi, Israel's deputy permanent,
representative here. Dr. Lewin'sj
irganization has consultative sta-
lls before the Commission as a
ion governmental organization,
vhile Israel's status is that of an
ifficial observer.
Experienced U.N. diplomats
and Secretariat members noted
that it was very rare for a Gov-
ernment delegation to act as
promptly as the United States
Continued on Page 14-A
Economic Corp.
Shows Big Gain
NEW YORK (JTA) Record
1963 earnings of SI.44 per common
share on 733,912 shares outstand-
ing on Dec. 31, 1963 were reported
by PEC Israel Economic Corpora-
tion in its 1963 annual report, re-
leased this week. This compares
with $1.26 earned in 1962 on 689,433
shares outstanding on Dec. 31,
1962. The 1963 earnings were the
highest in the company's 38-year
history.
A 5 per cent stock dividend on
the S25-par-common stock was paid
this week to some 12,000 stock
holders of record as of Jan. 2,
1963. New or additional investments
and firm commitments made by
PEC last year totalled $4,210,000.
including participations in Israel's
tourist, chemical and petrochemi
cal industries. PEC's investments
now range over 38 different com-
panies in the areas of industr)
construction and development.
Ambassador Stevenson Due
Here for Foundation Meet
Members of the Central Conference of American Rabbis lay
a wreath and hold a religious seivice at the grave of the late
President John F. Kennedy during 'heir two-day Washington
conference on peace and disarmament attended by 200 Re-
form spiritual leaders throughout the nation. Left to right are
Rabbi Jacob Weinstein, CCAR vice president, and Rabbi Leon
Feuer. CCAR president.________________________________
Vatican Secretariat in Study of
Catholic Jewish Relationships
ROME (JTA) The document on Catholic-Jewish relations
which failed to come up for consideration at the Ecumenical Council
session last year, will be one of the subjects to be considered at a
meeting of the Vatican Secretariat for Christian Unity, which opened
this week.
The 30 membersBishops and Cardinalsol the Secretariat.
started their meeting under the presidency of AugUStin Cardinal Bea.
in Ariccia near Rome. The general theme of the session will be
ecumenism The prelates will examine all observations on Chapter
Four, on Catholic-Jewish relations, and Chapter Five, on religious
freedom. .... ..
The Secretariat, under Cardinal Bca's leadership and on the in-
structions" of the late Pope John XXIII prepared the draft on Cath-
olic Jewish ties, which exempts Jews Horn any responsibility for the
Crucifixion of Chrisl and warns all Catholics, lay and hierarchal.
against any anti-Semitic attitudes stemming from the ancient charge
of deicide.
Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson,
United Slates representative at the
United Nations, will be in South
Florida this weekend in his role
is chairman of the Eleanor Roose-
velt Memorial Foundation.
Ambassador Philip M. Klutznick.
former envoy to the UN. will ac-
company Ambassador Stevenson
' in Palm Beach. Miami, and Miami
Beach.
Klutznick. former international
president of B'nai B'rith and for-
' mer national campaign chairman
j of the United Jewish Appeal, is
i now national campaign chairman
if the Eleanor Roosevelt Memor
ial Foundation.
Fooi Fair Chairman Samuel
FriecMand, Chicago and Miami
Beach, Community Leader Jacob
Arvey, and former Rep. William
C. Lantaff will be hosts for a
luncheon honoring Stevenson at
the Dupont Plaza Hotel Monday
at noon.
Stevenson, former Governor of
Illinois and twice a Presidential
nominee, was named by the late
President Kennedy to be chairman
of the Foundation which was char-
tered by Congress to carry on the
humanitarian goals of the lat-
Mrs. Roosevelt, wife of President
Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Ambassador Stevenson will be
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs
Elliot Roosevelt In Miami Beach
during his stay here.
In Palm Beach Under Secretary
of State W. Averell Harriman. Mrs
Harriman and Mrs. Henry Ittleson
will host a dinner honoring Steven-
son and Klutznick on Sunday night
al the Palm Beach Biltmore Hotel
All members of the Foundation
Board of Trustees are named by
the President of the United States
Honorary trustees are President
and Mrs. Johnson, President and
Mrs. Truman, and Mrs. John F.
Kennedy.
New trustee- named by Presi-
dent Johnson include Dr. Abram
L Sachar. president of Brandeis
University, and Abraham Fein
berg, president of the Israel Bonds
organization.
AMAI STEVENSON


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Friday. March 6. 1964
Brandeis President To Visit Miami For Annual Dinner
Brandeis University's Greater
Miami Club plans its annual Asso-
ciates dinner for Thursday, Mar.
12, according to Dr. Stanley Fieri
hns. chairman
The formal event, at the West-
\ iew Country Club, will have Dr.
Abram L. Saehar. president of the
liberal arts University, as guest
of honor and principal speaker.
Honorary chairmen are Samuel
lilank. Ben Blum. A. C. Fine, Sam-
uel N. Friedland. Paul Gor.ion, Abe
L Mailman. A. J. Molasky. Jacob'
Shapiro. Harold Thurman. A. W.
Waxenberg and Carl Weinkle.
Assisting Dr. Frehling as co-
chairmen are David Phillips and
.Jacob Sher.
Sponsoring committee includes
Leonard L. Abess, Charles Adler,
.lerry Blank. Sol W. Bloom, Leo A
C'haiken. Dr. Benjamin Drosd..
Mac Cache. Ben Gaines. Sam
Goldstein, Mark Harris, George S.
Jackson. Leon B. Jacobs. Ernest
.lanis. Jay Janis. Samuel Kann.
Jay I. Kislak. Jr., Nathan Ku-hin
and Jack Leonard.
Also. S. C. Levcnson. Joseph M.
Lipton, Solomon Margolis, Max
Orovitz. Jack S. Popick. Gus R.
Koberts. Sam H. Bost. Sidney
Schwartz. Samuel Seltzer. John
Serbin. Harry Simonhoff. Law-
rence Singer. Hon. Harold B.
Spaet. Max Stadler. Bernard
Troub, Julian Weinkle. Leonard A.
W'ein and Mortimer E. Wien.
Also taking an active part in the
dinner are the Miami. Miami
Beach and Broward Chapters of
the University's National Wom-
en's Committee, under the direc-
tion of presidents: Mrs. Julian
Burg, Mrs. Sam Goldman and
Mrs. Jerome Herbert.
The Women's Committee, com-
posed of more than 75.000 women
To Speak
At Academy
Zvi Sax of Israel will speak on
"Economic and Political Fronts of
Israel" on Saturday night at the
Hebrew Educators Alliance meet-
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by Fiabbi Shimon Azulay, the
group's president.
A graduate of Yeshivot Kfar Ha-
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United Synagogue Week Mar. 9-14
ol Mar. 9 JTTiaTi pen des-
ignated United Synagogue Week in
lu South Florida Council, accord-
tp an announcement by Jer-
All afl a e i i in de-
ote a pi rl o i ol their programs,
nclucling mi sa i*s irom the pul
r> Susaman, president, Southeast :'"- '" ,h'' ro, ."' lhe United Syn
ern Hegion United Synagogue ol
America.
Rabbi Judah Nadich
In Local Address
Rabbi Judah Nadich, Gen. Eisen
bower's former personal adviser
on Jewish affairs, currently spirit-
ual leader of the Park Avenue
Sxnagogue in New York City, will
deliver the concluding lecture ol
the Adult Education Cavalcade of
the United Synagogue of America
to be held on Thursday, Mar. 12.
B:1S p.m., at Temple Menorah.
His subject will be "The Contri-
bution of Jewish Law to America."
As an Army Chaplain in World
War II Rabbi Nadich served for
three and a half years in Ireland.
Great Britain, France. Germany,
Austria and Czechoslovakia. Alter
lhe first German concentration
camps were overrun by the Allied
armies. Gen. Eisenhower appoint-
ed him personal adviser on Jewish
affairs. Until then he had been
gogue ol America, and its signtfi
KABBI WDAH NADICH
cant impact after 50 years on the
American Jewish scene.
The week will have two out-
standing events, the opening his-
toric discussion to implement
synagogue standards for the
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senior Jewish chaplain in Europe Sootheastern Region, and the
In addition to American decora-
lions, he received the French Croix
de Guerre and the O.B.E. as well
BS a medal from Pope Pius XII.
He reached the rank of Lieutenant
Colonel.
Before World War II he served
as rabbi of Temple Beth David in
Buffalo, and as co-rabbi of the
tnshe Emet Synagogue in Chi-
cago. He was ordained by the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, which also awarded him the
degrees of Master of Hebrew Lit-
erature and Doctor of Hebrew Lit-
erature. He received his Bachelor
of Arts degree with Phi Betta
Kappa honors from the College ol
the City of New York, and the
Master of Arts degree from Colum-
iia University.
conc'uding lecture of the Adult
fcducaticn Cavakorie to be given
by Rabbi Jjdali Nadich on
Thuisday, Mat. 12, at Temple
Menorah.
Executive Council, South Flor-
ida Branch. United Synagogue of
America, will meet at Temple
Menorah on Tuesday night.
Delegates Irom each ot the 13
affiliated Conservative Synagogues
in the Greater .Miami area will
convene to begin a discussion and
evaluation program for the im-
plementation ol standards for syn-
agogue life in the United Syna-
gogue ol America.
Standards for synagogues will
concern themselves with the Sab-
bath. Kashruth, fund-raising and
moral dignity.
"Because of the vital role play-
ed by the synagogue in the Jew-
ish community, every effort
must be expended to see that the
synagogue and all its activities,
including the role of its mem-
bers and leaders, live up to the
highest, which Jewish tradition
demands in behavior, both per-
sonally and organizationally,"
Sussman stated.
The most recent develooments
regarding Camp Raman, the col
legc age program of the United
Synagogue, and the Adult Educa
lion Cavalcade, will be discussed.
The meeting will be opened with
a D'Bar Torah by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz of Temple Menorah.
Participating in the Westview Country Club second annual
Tournament and Dinner on behalf of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation which raised $25,000 in new pledges for the
current campaign are (left to right) Samuel N. Friedland, hon-
orary president of Federation; guest speaker, Abraham L.
Feinberg; Dr. Irving Lehrman, campaign chairman; and Col.
Jacob M. Arvey, who introduced the guest speaker.
Vatican Editor Defends Pope
Continued from Page 1-A
Mr, Manzine quoted at length
from a letter by Dr. Robert M.W.
Kempner. a former German polit-
ical scientist now in the United
Slates, and a leading prosecutor of
German diplomats and Cabinet
numbers at the Nazi war crime-
trials in Nuremberg Irom 1945 to
1949. Dr. Kempner's letter had ab-
solved Pope Pius of the charges
ir the Hochhulh play, stating,
among other things, that a public
declaration by Pope Pius II would
have been a "suicidal provoca-
tion"' that could have resulted in
the death ol many more Jew-- and
Catholic priests.
According to Mr. .Manzine. the
"preferable" course for Pope Piu.
was the one he look "To continue
untiringly, even in silence the
work of aid an.l protection cawied
on fervidly by Pope Pius XII. and.
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Volume 37 Number 10
Friday, March 6, 1964
22 Adar 5724
Problem Is Deeper
Disclosure last week by the
American Jewish Committee of
the publication of a rabidly anti-
Semitic tome in the Ukraine un-
der the official imprimatur of that
Socialist Republic's Academy of
Sciences merits serious attention
since it comes at a time when na-
tional Jewish organizations are to
meet in Washington on develop-
.ng what will hopefully be a vig-
orous course of action.
The committee's disclosure
. came against the background
3i a JTA report, from Washington
that the State Department, in a
memorandum.to Sen. Kenneth B.
Keating of New York, suggested
action by "private religious organ-
.zations representing worldwide
Jewry and, if possible, other re-
ligious gorups." We are of
course not against united Jewish
worldwide action on 'he issue.
However, what that counsel ap-
parently means is that our gov-
ernment is debarred by the nice-
ties of the political game from
talking out on a moral issue and
that it were therefore best to leave
it to others. That this is an un-
tenable position has been amply
and tragically proven by our recent experi-
ence, when governments and statesmen and
churchmen played the diplomatic fiddle while
Hitler was burning our people to death in the
butcher factories of Europe.
It was said some dared to speak out for
fear of offending the sovereignty of a Germany
that had obviously to all but the blind lost all
claims to rights under the international codex,
let alone moral law. Others justified inaction
on the wholly indefensible thesis that speak-
ing out against the atrocities might only cinder
HOUSE CLEANING IN BONN -:js egg
of personal crisis. And manyand we shall
never know how manymay have gloated
in silence over our fate under the dominion
of the unmentionables.
We fully comprehend the logic behind
our government's contention that foreign in-
terference might only infuriate the masters of
the Kremlin and thus result in greater de-
terioration of the Jewish situation in the Sov-
iet Union. However, that sort of logic is mere-
Nazi wra'h into greater fire against Jews. Still 'Y an exercise of a vacuum. It accomplishes
more were simply lacking in the guality of nothing.
mercy that is the essence of faith and basic
decency, a guality that makes men speak out
forthrightly under pressure even at the risk
We recollect when Czarist Russia at the
turn of the century claimed immunity from
American representation on the issue of pass-
ports to Jews, a great American and a bril-
liant leader of the American Jewish Commit-
tethe late Louis Marshallcarried the is-
sue to the White House and won out.
The masters of Soviet destiny for reasons
that are beyond our comprehension are ap-
parently determined to liguidate the Jewish
problem in the Soviet Union via the means of
spiritual strangulation as were the Nazis
through physical extermination. True enough,
Soviet authorities have denied it, but the dis-
parity between their pretension and perform-
ance on the Jewish issue has been such as to
leave no doubt of official direction.
One ... Only One
The long-drawn controversy between the
Israel rabbinate and the Zim Line over the
establishment of two kitchens aboard the new
luxury liner "Shalom" came to an end this
week when the steamship company notified
the Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim that it had
agreed to having only one kitchen aboard the
vessel, a kosher one.
The new vessel is scheduled to make its
maiden run within a month.
The dispute was triggered when the Zim Jne vigorous Jewish communities of the
line announced that its newest and most mod- world are helpless in the face of the Kremlin
era vessel, "Shalom," would have two sep- wa" beyond crying out their agony over the
arate kitchens, a kosher one and a non-kosher fj.w Dut sure death to which our people are
one, a practice that is common on many being exposed in the Soviet Union Cultural
ocean liners. genocide is no less a crime against humanity
However, the rabbinate cautioned that if "}^ t c.omnY of nations
that happened it would not issue a certificate
of kashruth for the "Shalom" and that it might
in addition cancel its kashruth certifications for
other Zim-owned liners. The Zim line con-
tended that there was ample precedent for
granting kashruth certificates to ships with
dual kitchens and that a survey it made show-
ed it would lose much business if it had only
one kitchena kosher one.
Nazi
i
u_ ... : ------ ui nations
that remains silent in the face of this mad tide
Story^ n def6nSe befre ,he ^s of
What the moment retires is not onlv a
SSST ,h n GXplOSive Iewish <"*
Possibly the conscience of the world today
is beyond salvation, but let no< hi,, 7
that_ while some three mil.ion SovieUe^J^
dtura
It would seem that the Rabbinate of Israel ish 'community~ was" foun^Tt^"17161'0?" Jew"
i have no other alternative. tnhW.,. J,t Und io nv"ed to its
were
being forced to walk the path of cultural'ai
religious extinction, an affluent Ame
Suicides
By MAX LERNER
could have no other alternative.
tables to cry out.
The prosecutor for the Mate of Hesse, after the second suicide
of a Nazi doctor in 24 hours, feels that the pattern of death, ami
flights 'suggests a plot to cheat the state of the projected Limburg
trial.
He may well be right: he ought to know the men he is deal-
in" withthe ring of German doctors and state officials who knew
tor lourtcen years the false identity under which Dr. Werner
Heyde had found safety and was practicing as a social Insui
doctor and who feared exposure in the trial. But perhaps il was
not onlv a case of men cheating justice, but of a pitiless and im.
personal pursuer. And perhaps his name was Nemesis.

For several months, both in Europe and America, I have be*n
following the scattered accounts of the Frankfurt trial and the
preparations for the Limburg trialfollowing them with the mix.
ture of anger and despair that everyone else must feel. The I
man effort to bring the Nazi genocide criminals to justice didn't
begin seriously until five years ago. thirteen years after the en I
of the war It has been stepped up in the past two years, pel
because of Ihe Eichmann trial, when the Israelis took Into th<
own hands whal German justice should have deal! with, one res I
was the Frankfurt trial of :'i Nazis accused of having had a h
two million death- al A
Da> after day, as l have read of the denials of one defi
. anothei denials ) il complicity in the deaths bu
iIn j were taking placean., r hi -
up in me kike the kind I itII when I first sav Ihe exteri
camp- in 1949, And dh Ihi ci is come a stab ol numl
at whal the human being e ol and how In
, ; oni Ihe ii datory killer ol his anim
restore a hundred thousand years ago. Perhaps he has evei
id backward in sorm ways our half-human ancestors 'ii the \
can plateaus used to wield a club or stone to kill somethii
seemed to threaten them, and Ihej were not ashamed of it
Bui in Ihe Nazi episode human beings killed other human I
not as persons but as categories, and now when brought to book
court they turn cowards ana lie about it

The Limburg defendants were a huddle of doctors among *
larger number whose job was to kill a categorythe "men!
fectives" or "insane," who were gassed under the "T-4 euthanasia
program. Hitler had a sanity mania along with his purity mania,
not wholly surprising in a man with a madness of his own and with
blood on his hands. Of the doctors in this program Dr. Heyde. Dr
Bohne. Dr. Tillman and Dr. Hefelmann were all that could ic
rounded up for trial. Hyde and Tillmann have killed themselves,
Bohne has fled, Hefelmann will be tried in a later trial.
We must ask what led to the suicides, just as we mu-t ask
about Ewald Peters, the security officer who killed himself on Feb.
3. Partly it must be the despair at finally being cornered, when > i
had come to believeafter years of hiding your pastthat it had
indeed been forgotten. But am I wholly wrong to think that, in
part at least, it is an mexpungable horror of oneself and what one
was capable of? Unless we can feel that there was at least a glim-
mer of this in the suicides our own despair at the human race must
be complete.
11 Nemesis is one's sense of guilt, then these men had givei
him enough to work on. Working since 1959 with German thoi
ness the Hesse prosecutor had gathered numberless dossiers, sub-
penaed 300 witnesses, compiled an indictment of 900 pages Along with
their colleagues these doctors had killed some 200.000 people
fect'ves......Insane"?everything depended on what the Nazis ch.....
to classify under those categories) before 1941.
By 1941 this was too much for the German churches, and the
killings were stopped. But the same men were then transleii
the extermination camps to complete on a vaster scale the n il
work ot the -final solution" for which the "euthanasia" program
had been only a trial run And this time the protests of the church)
it any. were too weak to be heard. Could the slaughter of Jew- have
been held less horrible in the sight of God than the "mercv killing-
of the "insane''"

The mind boggles at the depths that are opened by all this,
mere may be people today who will raise their hands in horroi
at how these defendants are being "hounded- to suicide, when thi -
same people never raised their voices about the hundreds of thou-
sands whom they killed.
As for myself, I can only feel the anger and despair I have
mentioned, and perhaps a little awe too at seeing that Nemesis is still
at his work.

RANDOM THOUGHTS
.an,!!.? uV3r is18oi"? t0 fouRht ov water^n m w,"h"ve ,0 b* *<>lo affair between Barry Gold
neither Prla!"Hne.Un,lfi,rm and the Russian-Cuban army. Certainly
intend to mil Jhnson nor **rctaries Rusk and McNamara
imtna to make a war out of it.
wtte?toSS S*to bC Simp'e enough evcn for Barry G0l,i
with rt" Amencans have held on to Guantanamo not
push th,l LCnSfunt "r at his sufferance but because he cant
Arabic in? W'.l Ut having the island vcrru"- Thc one VU'
known it Mr".hC Water SUpply- Castro and ,he Americans have
K "ides know'Jh0, ?',0d fr ,he ,actical moment t0 ,urn ff
sides know that it isn't worth a major war.
ica | Sta andS0,dh0 '? P3rt f the P,itical war btwccn Am,ri
Russia So had hi, '"7 ^'^ *U be,WCCn AmeriC' ^
for minor.pl'- ard and now he has P|aved it- Except
is a oi.vmir ,7fe "7"^ ** onl-v Possible American answer
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Friday. March 6, 1964
+Je*lst> rtcrkUan
Page 5-A
tf
By: EDWARD COHEN
Veteran of Veterans' Hospitals
The decor on
the seventh floor
of the Veterans'
Hospital in Coral
Gables hasn't
changed much in many years.
Tin atmosphere, however, is
subtly charged today with the
pi inality of its new director,
wl has been at the helm of the
quarter-century old installation
on!;- since last September.
Dr. Joseph T. Frankel is a 25-
>c veteran of veterans' hos-
pitals. He believes firmly that
tht administration of all hospi-
tal- belongs in the hands of doc-
tor-.
' Doctors have defaulted in
their responsibility to manage
tht affairs of hospitals and, in
thtt sense, have let the public
down," he says. "They are best
ablt to administer because their
knowledge and experience go be-
yoi the routines of purchase
and record-keeping; they know
be- the needs of the patient and
tht staff."
I: is because he might be de-
scribed j> the "new breed" in
ho-pital administration, despite
hi? long YA experience, that the
Soi.th Philadelphia native is in
charge of the Coral Gables hos-
pital. His ultimate destination
is the new 1.068 bed hospital here
for which bids will be taken in
June, and which he was selected
to nead because of his back-
gr< ind In "affiliated" hosptials,
as ell as new installations.
The new veterans hospital for
thi South Florida area will be
loci ill in the Jackson-Cedars of
i i inon-University of Miami
Medical School complex on N.W.
Street, and is designed to
he part of the new pattern in
ii it.il -ite location of the Fed-
eral government, In addition to
be bide care, education and re
.1. re now considered to be
essential to veterans hospital
facilities an.l this, Dr. Frankel
feels, Is what the new hospital
here will have in abundance.
"We were scheduled to begin
building Last August, on the basis
Of 800 beds, but the plans have
been changed to add 268 beds
and even that, will not be enough
by 1970three years after the
new hospital will have been
completed." Dr. Frankel esti-
mates. As a result, the convert-
ed Biltmore Hotel, which had 487
occupants on the day we spoke
with the new administrator, will
continue to be operated indef-
initely.
Dr. Frankel was amused by
the thought that even more hos-
pital facilities might attract a
greater number of "snowbirds"
to the area.
"I suppose you consider me a
'snowbird', since I've been here
only a few months," he said.
"However, the Veterans Adminis-
Max Orovitz, business and
civic leader in Dade County
for more than a quarter cen-
tury, was recently appointed
to the Florida Power and
Light Co. board of directors.
iudge Barad Speaks
DP. JOSCPH T. fRANKEl
tration, unlike the State of Flor-
ida, has no residence test, only
the tests that apply to all vet-
erans seeking admission.
"It is true that we now have
a substantial waiting list, but
the rising curve in admissions!
in the winter here is matched by
similar increases in installations
all over the country. So, it's not
the good weather here but the
bad health all over when the
cold sets in."
An attraction to public service
brought Dr. Frankel to the Vet-
erans Administration after only
three years of private practice
following graduation from Tem-
ple University in 1936. Neither
World War II service, nor insti-
tutional desuetude kept him from
pursuing his medical knowledge
in depth. Today, Who's Who
lists Dr. Frankel as a Diplomatc
of the American Board of In-
ternal Medicine; Fellow, Amer-; judge Frederick N. Barad will
ican College of Physicians; and;speak on the question "Should
a Member of the American Col- capital Punishment Be Abolished?"
lege of Hospital Administrators. Tuesday, 8 p.m., at the I. L. Peretz
among other professional organi-j w c. School, 1545 SW 3rd St. Hosts
zations. j for the evening will be Mr. and
Married to the former Reba^1'
Robbins, Dr. Frankel is typical
in that organizational activity is
left to the female of the house-
hold. Mrs. Frankel, who is too;
busy getting established in new ^
quarters now. has been promi-
nent in Hadassah, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women and syna-
gogue life wherever the family
has been located.
Although both their daughters.
Marsha and Sheila are students
at the University of Michigan.
their presence is ever with the
parents. Marsha, a Phi Beta
Kappa student who will get her
Master's dcuree in social work,
will be married here in June with
Rabbi Allied Waxman, chaplain
at the VA Hospital, performing
the ceremony. |
NerTamid Observes
Sixth Anniversary
Sixth anniversary of Temple Ner
Tamid will be celebrated on Sun-
day. 6:30 p.m., at the Fontaine-
1 bleau Hotel.
Louis Cohen, executive vice pres-
ident, and Mrs. Fannie Sklar will
be presented with Man and Wo
man of the Year awards. Both are
founders of the Temple.
Murray A. Shaw, president, will
introduce Dr. Michael Horwitz
witz who will serve as the eve-
ning's master of ceremonies. A
special cantata. "What the Syna
gogue Means to Me." will be pre
sented by Rabbi Eugene LaboviU
and Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Tribute will also be paid to Mrs.
Anna C. Corrsin. Mr. and Mrs. Isi-
dore Deemar, Col. and Mrs. Wm.
J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Kleinman. Mr. and Mrs. Alvir.
Savage and Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Shaw, and Mrs. Sadie Trosky
Kennedy Film Shown
A film and tape of the late Presi-
dent Kennedy's speech to the Na
tional Convention of the AFL-CIO,
made about a week before his un
timely death, will be shown to
Workmen's Circle Branch 1050 at
a meeting on Sunday, 8:30 p.m.,
at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum,
1545 SW 3rd St.
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Friday. March 6, 1964
United Synagogue Youth to Honor
Philip Baltuch With Dinner Here
Climax of a USY weekend con-
clave at Belli Torah Congregation
\ill bo a testimonial dinner dance
v..tin day. Mar. 15, honoring' Mar-
-hall Philip Baltuch of Miami
'loach for "untiring efforts and
service to USY.'"
To convene Mar. 13. 14 and 15.
i;'nai Midbar and B'nai Negev
. hapters. United Synagogue Youth
at Beth Torah will play host to
nver 100 USY members from the
South Florida area. Theme of the
weekend is "The Jews of the
World. Are They a Religion or a
People?"
Program at the dinner the final
,:-ht will feature "This is Your
LifeMarshall Baltuch." with Miss
Ellen Schlosscr. South Florida
Mil) Region honorary president.
serving as commentator.
Halt mil of Temple Menc-rah USY.
erved the chapter as chair-
corresponding secretary, vice
si lent and honorary vice presi-
He was elected "Outstand-
[ember ol 1958-1959.
V hen South Florida Sub Region
1958, he serve I
'harter tr< asurer. lie founded
and served as editor of the "Neb-
I bish," sub region newspaper, and
1 the following year was electee
I first vice president. In I960 he was
elected president ol the 20 chap-
tiis in the South Florida area.
The South Florida Cub Region is
; part of the Southeast Region which
encompasses Florida. Georgia. Al-
i abama. South Carolina. Tennessee,
' Mississippi and Louisiana. During
I the 1953 Regional Convention in
i Hollywood. Fla.. Baltuch was elect-
: i'd corresponding secretary follow-
' ing two years of service as asso-
ciate editor of the "Ma Nishma,"
I Southeast Region newspaper.
The region will be celebrating its
Bar Mitzvah (13th) convention in
Jacksonville next month and it
will bo the eighth consecutive con-
vention attended by Baltuch.
A graduate of Miami Beach Set.
ior High. Baltuch attended the
i niversitj of Florida, and is pres-
ently vice president ol Chrystie
an i Company Insurance.
In addition to his other activities
he teaches tv o sixth grade classes
Sunday School al Temple
Emanu-EI.
Lewis Sternshein, president of Beth David Congregation, con-
gratulating Phillip Schiif, attorney and former president of
Beth David, who has been appointed chairman of the an-
nual patron's dinner dance to be held in the grand ballroom
of Spector Hall on Sunday evening, Apr. 12. Co-chairman
are Mrs. Louis SeiMin and Max Silver.
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Eliahu Pardess. chiel rabbi
of Jersalem. officiated.
Workmen's Circle
Book Presentation
A special selection ol books
printed behind the Iron Curtain,
in English, will be presented to
Dr. II. Franklin William- of the
University ol Miami by the Work
men's Circle ot Greater Miami.
Saturday. Mar. 7. at 8 p.m.. at
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Association Bldg., commun-
ity room. Miami Beach
Dr. Williams was chairman of
the Greater Miami Book- Abroa i
Drive, initiated by the Workmen's
Circle three years ago, Over 5,000
books were collected and sent to
United States Information Agency
libraries abroad to help combat
the spread of Communist idiology.
.The USIA has collected from its
offices abroad a number ol the
Communist books printed in Eng-
lish and these will be presentee,
to Dr. Williams by Irving Gordon
national field representative ol
the Workmen's Circle.
The evening will also feature a
membership installation for Work-
men's Circle Branch 1059. Install-
ing officer will be Max Green
berg, chairman of the branch
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Town Hall forum
"Is Brotherhood An Idealist's
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Friday. 8 p.m.. in the Washington
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Panelists, led by John Van Wez-
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Community Relations Board of
Metropolitan Dade County, will
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Friday, March 8, 1964
*Jewist ncridian
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Beth Shohm Weekend tc
Mark 10 Tears' Growth
Temple Beth Sholom will ob-
serve a Weekend of Dedication be-
ginning with a special service on
Friday evening, and ending with
; dinner at the Kontainebleau Ho-
tel on Sunday evening, according
to an announcement by James M
Albert, Temple President.
on Friday evening, Kabbi Leon
Kronish. spiritual leader of the
Congregation, will devote a portion
ot the service to the recently com-
pleted Community House and "Liv-
ing Memorials" which have been
established by members of the
Congregation.
The Dedication Dinner, marking
10 years of construction at Beth
Sholom. will honor Mr. and Mrs.
Jack A. Cantor. Mr. and Mrs. Isa-
dora Heeht. and Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Silverman, who will he pre-
sented with 'Plaques of Apprecia-
tion" for special "Living Memor-
ials" which they have established.
The Cantor and Hecht families
have contributed the funds for the
Community House, and Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Silverman for the
Religious School Auditorium.
Gold plaques will be presented
to: Mr. and Mrs. James M Albeit.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin, Mr.
and Mrs. Abram Baker. Mrs. Sam-
uel Beekerman, Mrs. Samuel Oritt,
Mr. and Mrs. David Provus.
Recipients of silver plaques will
be; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin.
Mr. and Mrs. William Borastein,
Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Brotman. Mrs
Jennie Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Dinner.-tein. Mr. and Mrs. Leon J.
Ell, Mr. and Mrs. Abe C. Fine. Mr.
and Mrs. Myer Friedman, Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Goldhar. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul R. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Grossman. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Kamen. Mrs. Tessie Litt,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Markowitz. Mr.
and Mrs. Morry B. Morris. Mr and
Mrs. Charles Silvers, and the Tisch
family.
Bronze plaques will be presented
to: Mr. and Mrs. James Abramson.
Mrs. Louis Adler, Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Ash. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Blum in, F.manuel M. Buchner, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Falk, Mr and Mrs.
Jack Fink, Judge and Mrs. Harry
A. Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Burt Mrs. Alvin B. Lowe. Mr and Mrs.
Haft. Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Kap Milton Nussbaum. Mr. and Mrs.
Ian, .Mr. and Mrs. Tom C. Kravitz. Maury S. Olinick. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Louis J. Krcnsky. the Levin David D. Pollack, Mr. and Mrs.
son family. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. David Ponve. Mr and Mrs. Ben-
Levowich. jamin B. Rimer. Mr. and Mrs.
Marcie B. Liberman, Mr. and Philip Rosenberg. Judge and Mrs.
The 'Deputy1 Opens Amid Pickets
and to do whatever was required
to prevent a recurrence.
Continued from Page 1-A
piisals." He said, in his state-
ment, that the right to show the'
play should be defended by all
person- committed to basic tree
doms Inn beyond that, there was
a human obligation on all persons
to "confront the awful meaning of
the genocide, to recognize one's
own guilt for "the sin of silence"
In challenging viewers to make
the confrontation, he added, the
play "performs a valuable ser-
vice." in reminding of the agony
of the G.000.000 murdered Jews
and of the fact that the world was
silent.
Philip Schlissel, Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Segal. Mr and Mrs. Wil-
liam Segal. Mr. and Mrs. John
Serbin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F
Snctman. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Spero, Ben Tobin, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Waldman. and Mrs. Sam
uel Stein,
Chairman of the dinner is Morry
B. Morris who chaired the plan-
ning committee in 1953 when the
10-year construction program was
launched. His present co-chairmen
are Abe C. Fine and Lou Gross-
man.
Louis F Snetman. vice presi
('cut, is chairman of the Temple's
Development Fund.
Cab Callow ay will entertain at
the dedication dinner.
A Memorable Event in the History of Miami Beach
Honoring
THE MAN OF THE YEAR
liadore Heeht
Airs. Jack A. Cantor
Jack A. Cantor
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ROBERT L. TURCHIN & HYMAN P. GALBUT
Chairmen
MSS. JOSEPH E. KEiSER
President
MR. SIDNEY SIEGEl
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Friday, March 6. 1964
CJA Food, Restaurant, Allied Trades
Record New High in Gifts at Luncheon
Leaders of the Food, Restaurant, al Brands and Jack Stein of Thrifty
;ind Allied Trades Division of Com-1 Supermarkets at Miami Springs
bined Jewish Appeal took part in I Villas on Feb. 27.
the annual Campaign Luncheon,
co-hosted by Jerry Blank of Nation-
Dr. Harold Unger has accept-
ed the chaiimanship of Mi-
ami Beach Physicians for the
1S64 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, i' was announced by
Dr. Irving Lehrman. CJA
Campaign Chairman. Dr.
Stanley Frehling, an active
leader of Physicians Division
ior many years, will serve as
co-chairman, fln organiza-
tional meeting will take place
at Dr. Unger's home Sunday
morning.
A record attendance which in-
creased its support to CJA by 18
per cent over last year, represent-
ed related industries of the Food
Division from the processing group
lo the supermarket group and was
joined by leading restaurateurs on
behalf of the Campaign.
Egon Fink, Joint Distribution
Committee Director in Austria,
spoke of the life saving programs
that have helped save millions
of Jewish lives by bringing fam-
ilies to Israel, France and other
free nations throughout t h e
world.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1964 CJA
Campaign Chairman, called atten-
tion to the needs of the Campaign
.iot only overseas but in the agen-
cies of the Miami community, such
is Mt. Sinai Hospital and Jewish
Vocational Service which provide
on-sectarian .services, and also of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
Home for the Aged. Family and
Children's Service, and other CJA
encies which help to make a bet-
ter life for people of all ages.
Other guests of honor at the fun-
I cheon were Bernard Hausman of
Food Fair. Co-chairman of the
Pi od Group; Joseph Cohen, Vice
Chairman of the Group and Presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
I cation, and Arthur S. Rosichan. Ex-
ecutive Director of Greater Miami
. Jewish Federation.
I Other leaders of the Food. Res-
taurant and Allied Trades Division
v. ho participated in the day's pro-
gram were Harry Susskind of Uni-
ted Purveyors. Inc., Associate Di-
vision Chairman; Ed Dokson of
United Purveyors. Inc.. Chairman
ol the Produce Group.
in the Good Group. Robert Feld-
man of Dade County Dames
Chairman of the Dairy FJJ
Section; H. James Catlin, of
yuesenberry & Catl.n; and Edgar
Bomb-. Co-chairmen of the Food
Brokers Section; Ernest E. Harris,
Red Road Food Market. Chairman
0| me supermarkets and Grocers
Section; Herbert Paige, Pep-i-Cola
Corporation, chairman of e Bev-
erage Section, and Jacob Sklar.
Ban American Bakers Supply.
Chairman of the Bakers Section.
Heading the Restaurant Group,
croup Co-chairmen Herb Login oi
the Place for Steak: Irving Rubin
of the Pub; Melvin Weinkle ol Park
Lane Cafeterias .and living Kap-
lan of Toby's Cafeterias
Bay Harbor Meets
A Breakfast Meeting Ol the Ba>
Harbor Division of Combined Jew
ish Appeal will take place on Sun-
day, Mar 15, n a.m., in the Carib-
bean Room Of the Americana Ho-
tel, it was announced by Burt S
Haft, Chairman of the Committee.
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Ken Myers Kick-off
At Villas Saturday
Friends and supporters ol Ken
neth Myers, candidate for State
Legislature, will join in a "kick-
off" breakfast Saturday at the
Playhouse. Miami Springs Villas.
Mr. Myers has announced thai
his campaign executive committee
will include Alex Balfe, John liar
rison, John Serbin, Fred Shochet,
Fred Hartnett, Pal Cesarano, Sam-
uel Heimaii. R. IS. iBunni Gail
tier, William Pallet, John Tinner.
Richard Stone and Stanley C Mj
ers
Chaired by George Talianoff, the Lawyers Division jc
by Campaign Chairmen Dr. Irving Lehrman, held a wor.:=-:s
breakfast meeting for Miami Beach lawyers at the Federal
Savings and Loan Bldg. on Feb. 26. Standing, (left to righl
are Joel Newman, Rabbi Lehrman, George Talianoff. c.
man. Lawyers Division. Irving C. Spear: (seated L. ,ule
Arkin, co-chairman. Lawyers Division for Miami Beach; Kai
iy Zukemick and Leon A. Epstein.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center hears appeal a', a Sisterr.-od
meeting in behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal. Lefl to r.rht
are Mrs. Hy Coverman, president; Harold Strumpf, me:
of the congregation; Rabbi David Rosenfeld. spiritual le
and Ben Jones, president.
Frcm left to right at the successful Food, Res- Bernard Hausman, guest spakr Egon Fink,
:aurcnt and Allied Trades Division Luncheon host Jerry Blank, campaign chairman Dr. Irv-
at Miami Springs Villas are: Joseph Cohen, ing Lehrman and host Jack Stein.
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Point 3. Partonal and business checking accounts.
Point 4. Commercial end installment loons.
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Russian Matzoh Shortage Predicted
Continued from Page 1-A \car "is flour." He said His syna- *amc as last year.'" The situation
m,al loader of the suburban BIOS- ha , 'of matzoh. "then we ran out ot' Leningrad and Kiev. Only the Jews
cow Manna Roschcha synagogue, tJgm Anothcr rabhi israe|! in Sovict Georgia are expected to
was quoted as saying that the, Schwartzhlad. of Odessa, was quot- j have sufficient matzoh this year,
problem surrounding matzoh this ed as savin" "the situation is the the Jewish leaders said.
The Moscow report said that
Orthodox Jews in Moscow were,
expecting 10.000 pounds of Matzoh j
(o be shipped into the USSR, from j
Denmark, by Dr. Isaac Lewin, of
the American section of Agudath
Israel, while 1.500 pounds would be
sent by Britain's Chief Rabbi Is-
rael Brodie.
Sholem Lodge to Elect
President Sanford If. Swerdlm
announced that the next regular
meeting of Sholem Lodge will be
held on Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at Tem-
ple Zamora.
Short business meeting, Includ-
ing election of officers for the
coming year, will be followed by
a social hour and refreshments.
Children first-375,000 of them
Ir you HAVE EVE* calmed a child's fears ... wiped
away his tears .. comforted him made him know
that you love him then this message is for you:
In 1964 UJA will aid 751,000 people and nearly
one in every two will be a child or young person.
Startling'' Here are more figures to consider:
Twenty-one thousand children in a single land
overseas will get hot school lunches daily.
One hundred and ten thousand children in thirty
countries overseas will be helped to go to school.
Fort, thousand youngsters in children's homes to
these same countries will get all. or a good part, of
their care thanks to the United Jewish Appeal.
We could go on. But figures hardly tell the human
story the wonder, the sheer joy, of saving a child's
life and of building it.
In all the ways UJA helps resettlement, relief,
medical care, training-it's children first. It goes with-
out saying, they must have first chance for lives of
freedom and opportunity.
A wise man said: "Give a little love to a child, and
you will get a great deal back."
Yes, give love and help and hope. What will you
get back? It might be a better world.
Give to the regular United Jewish Appeal -
generously. Give again to the UJA Special Fund
III ISM. UJA MUSI BIVE UFESAilll (IIII 751.000
IN ISKAH-Hslp immigrants new and old.
Give newcomers initial aid and housing.
Absorb immigrants of previous years including:
Aged and handicapped immigrants yeaning
for renewed usefulness.
Young people in need of training.
Immigrant farm settlers struggling for eco-
nomic freedom.
Unskilled newcomers in development towns.
EUROPE, OTHEH UNOS-Sutain those in need.
Help with food, shelter, medical care, training.
Assist those who can emigrate to free lands.
IN USA-Aid and resettle newcomers arriving here.
Save More Lives...Build More Lives
United Jewish Appeal
W9.000.000 R.9u.,rcamp..9n ,nd $36,000,000 Sp.C. ft**
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through
Combined Jewish Appeal
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Phone FR 3-0411
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Friday, March 6 136'
Washington Medal To Local Lodge and Station WIOD
On Feb. 22 officers and directors
l.y Forge,Ta.. selected the Gilbert
.'. Balkinjxxlge of B'nai B'rith and
Radio Station WIOD to receive the
George Washington Honor Medal
Award for "outstanding accom-
plishment in bringing about a bet-
ter understanding of the American
way of life."
The award was presented in rec-
ognition of a series of radio pro
IfraTris broadcast throughout the
day on Sept. 17. 1963, over WIOD,
commemorating the anniversary of
the signing of the Constitution of
the United States.
Programs explored individual
rights guaranteed by the Consti-
tution, and listeners were invited
to write to the station for a free
booklet published by the United
States Printing Office describing
the rights in greater detail
Scripts wear created jointly by
Murray Shear and Harvey Stahl.
CO-Chairmen of the Civic Allans
Committee. Gilbert J. Balkin
Lodge, Scott Bishop and Harry
N'unyun, of WIOD.
Members of the Lodge and Staff
announcers participated in presen-
tation of the material.
Gilbert Lodge president is Rob-
ert J. Friedman.
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Frank Strafaci (left) discusses Ed Sullivan's entry in the Doral
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3rd annual S50.000 Doral Invitational Mar. 19 thru Mar. 22
Sullivan was invited by Alfred Kaskel, Doral owner, during"
a round of golf, with Kaskel offering Sullivan his choice of
Pros in the stellar field as a pai-ner. Sullivan replied. "I
don't care whe! Pro you give me as long as Strafaci is one
of my Amateur partners."
Simonhnff is Gufis* Speaker
At Beach Zionist Luncheon
JacoD C. Fisnman, clmirman of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
Luncheon Club, has announced
that author Harry Simonhoff will
be guest speaker at the next meet-
ing. Wednesday, at Waldman's
Kosher Hotel. Simonhoff is the
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Ira Bregman cruise >lup "Calypso Liner" which be Scott
Ira, Mm ot Mr. Hurl Mrs. Jos- '''- parents have chartered for the Anna Brav
evening. and his
Attending the Bar Mitzvah will Mrs. Davi
Allen Smith
l .loci, son of Mr, and Mrs. I
ier* Smith, will become a
Mitzvah during Saturday
ig services conducted by
Norman N. Shapiro at Beth
Congregation on Mar. 7.
eventh grader at Ransom
, the celebrant enjoys ten-
.tiling. fishing, and coin-col-
and Mrs. Smith will enter-
n laco'is
Ira Bregman
a party at thru home in
: their -i'v
Harvey Trauter.berg
e \n Tarn id will be the
Bar Mitzvah ol Har
frautenberg on Saturday
r v Rabbi Eugene
will officiate
i lebrant i a studenl at
Junior High and in the
Religious School.
(I Mrs. Ahin Trautenberg,
- SI will honor their son
tception following the cere-
Chuck Antin
Saturday morning, Mar. 7.
le Zion. Chuck. on of Mr.
ITS Mickey Antin, will be
Itzvah under the officiating
t>l>i Alfred W.iMiian.
a seventh grade studenl
ich Park Junior High, plan-
ine his studie- in the Tern
m Confirmation Class.
ring for the Bar Mitzvah
his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Engelson of New
York.
KiddUSh will be hosted" "by the
Bar Mitzvah's parents.
Mitchell Preston
Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs
Allied Preston, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Moshe Congre-
gation on Saturday, Mar 7. Rab-
bi Simon April and Cantor Hy-
men Fein will officiate,
A student of the Beth Moshe
Hebrew School, the celebrant at-
tends North Miami Junior High
where he plays clarinet in the
school band.
A Kiddush will loliow the ser-
vices, and on Saturday night, an
affair at the Seville Hotel will be
given in Mitchell's honor.
Paul Hauser
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader ot Temple Emanu El. will
officiate al the Bar Mitzvah of
Paul, son ol Vlr. and
i r, Saturdaj morning. M. r 7,
;;i the Temple
Paul attei the sevi
cr-h Bregman, 1510 Bay Dr., will
be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Men-
orah Saturdaj morning, Mar. 7.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will of-
ficiate.
A student ol the Religious School
the celebrant also attends Nautilus
Junior High.
Dinner reception in Ira's honor
will be held at the Deauville Hotel i
on Sunday.
Marc Baskin
On Saturday morning, Mar. 7.
at Temple Judca. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet will officate at the Bar
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Allen Smith
Stephanie Rose
a' Nautilus Junior High, and is in-
terested in golf, bowling, baseball
and fishing.
Mr. and Mrs, Dave Sherman.
Paul's grandparents, are coming
lrom Philadelphia. Pa to cele
hi ah' the occasion.
The celebrant will be honored
at a luncheon at the Doral Beach
Hotel.
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in Marc's honor
Karen Eael
Late Fridaj evening services al
Temple Ner Tamid, conducted by
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, will in-
clude the Bas Mitzvah of Karen
Eyel on Mar. 6.
Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Egel. 1100 Stlllwater Dr..
is a student of the Temple's Re-
ligious School. Her father is pres-
ident of the Temple's Men's Club.
Steven Jacobs
Rabbi Alexander Cross will of-
Eiciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Stev-
en Jacobs on Saturday morning,
Mar. 7. at the Hebrew Academy.
A seventh grade student at the
Academy, the celebrant is inter-
ested in all sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Jacobs,
6865 Abbott Ave.. will honor their
son at a reception on Sunday af-
ternoon in the Crystal Room of
the Lombardy Hotel.
o :
Stephanee Rose
During late Friday evening ser-
vices at Beth David Congregation,
Mar. 6. Stephanee 'Cookie'- Rose
will become a Bas Mitzvah. Rab-
bi Norman N. Shapiro will offi-
ciate
Stephanee is in the seventh
grade at Ponce de Leon Junior
High. She is interested in for-
eign languages, and enjoys dancing
and singing.
Mr. and Mr-. Maurice Rose will
' host the Oneg Shabbat following I
services to honor their daughter.
I
Andrew Sumberg
Andrew J.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Sumberg, 1201 NK 97th St,
will become Ba'
Mitzvah on Sat
urday morning
Mar. 7. at Tern
' pie Israel.
Andrew is r
seventh grad
honor roll stu-
dent ;it Horace
Mann Junioi
High.
Following t h e
services, a lunch- *<" s">"'
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Brothers John and Dan will join in
honoring the celebrant.
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Scott Allen Matza will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Mar. 7, 5:30,
p ,n at Hauler Granada Jewish
Center with Rabbi David Rosenfel.l j
officiating.
Son of LI. Com- "'"I Mrs. Harry
,t*a, 5721 s\v 3rd St.. Scott is In
' the seventh grade al Kinloch Park
junior High, plays trumpel and is
a stamp collector.
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Friday, March 6. 1964
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
The Deputy' Sparks Vigorous Controversy in Brooklyn
_....... ^_ u.u..r u tn hP "a Dlav The leading Jewisl
THE provoc-
' ative Ger-
nan play,
The D e p-
ily," w h i e h
ittacks Pope
ius XII for
allure to de-
nounce Nazi
d c p ortations
ami mas.-, uiuraer of Jews, is
IOW sparking vigorous contro-
versy in New York. It is tear
d that it may stir interreli
giOUS tension in the United
States after it opens on Broad
way this week. Already there
is sharp division of opinion
even within Jewish organiza-
tions. The Brooklyn Jewish
Community Council, which rep-
resents the largest section of
the Jews in New York, is the
best example.
There are close to 1.000,000
Jews in Brooklynthe largest
Jewish population in America
and in their name the Coun-
cil issued a statement defend-
ing Pope Pius and criticizing
"The Deputy" as a disservice
to interfaith relations. How-
ever, no sooner was this state-
ment issued than the Rabbini-
cal Assembly of Brooklyn dis-
avowed the views expressed in
the statement. Similarly, the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews cenounced the
play as "unjust and unrealis-
tic" in condemning Pope Pius.
The NCCJ emphasized that it
considered the production of
The Deputy" in New York "a
disservice to the cause of Chris-
tian-Jewish relations." Never-
theless, both Jewish and non-
Jewish clubs and fraternal
groups are buying advance
tickets for their members. Her-
man Shumlin. the Jewish direc-
tor and producer of the play,
claims he is producing "The
Deputy" on Broadway because
he believes it to be "a play
of importance to all people."
However, it seems that he too
is expecting trouble and antag-
onism.
This is why the actors re-
hearsed the play behind closed
doors all this month. This is
also why there will be no pub-
lic previews. The play will
open cold to the public this
week, and it is from then on
that the public will be the
judge. It is agreed by all who
have seen the play in other
countries that nobody remains
indiflerent after seeing itone
is either for it or against it.
The leading Jewish central
organizations are abstaining
for the time being from ex-
pressing opinions on the play
until after the opening. They
take the attitude that they
will be in a better position to
express themselves about this
controversial production after
they see what is actually shown
on the stage. The play will not
be exactly as its German au-
thor, Rolf Hochbuth, wrote it.
It will be substantially cut.
Leaders of the major Jewish or-
ganizations feel that it will
make a difference as to wnat
parts of the play are omitted.
Browsing gjfjj Boots: By HILARY MINDL1N
Serious View of a Major American Jewish Community
THE HISTORY OF THE JEWS OF MILWAUKEE.
By Louis J. Swichkow and Lloyd P. Gartner.
(Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society
of America. 1963. Illustrated. 547 pages.
$6.00)
THE JEWISH Publication Society as publisher and
the American Jewish History Center as initia
tor of the work have every reason to be proud oi
this book; the initial product of a series of com-
munal studies written cooperatively by a local re-
searcher and a representative of the Center.
Thumbing through the pages of this compre-
hensive story of Milwaukee Jewry, the casual read-
er might deduce that they merely retell the famil-
iar tale of pioneer immigrants, the rapid solidifi-
cation of typical German-Jewish communal insti-
tutions, the impact of the Eastern European hordes,
and the melding of the two divergent groups into a
unified whole.
Serious perusal of the work will soon dispel
this impression. Rabbi Louis J. Swichkow has out-
A Guest Review by Selig Adler
Samuel P. Capen Professor of American History
State University of New York at Buffalo
Capitol Spotlight:
By JESSIE HALPERN
Why the UJA Met in Washington
Washington
UfHEN THE UNITED Jewish
" Appeal opened its 1964 cam-
in Washington, rather than
in Miami Beach, it departed more
than geographically from its past
inaugurals. Contrary to previous
practice, there was little fanfare
and even a dearth of publicity sur-
rounding the meeting, at which
the $105,000,000 campaign target was otticialiy an-
nounced.
Additionally, where the usual Miami kick off
caters to about 1.200 large-scale givers, only 200
individual- attended the publicity low-pitched Wash-
ington gathering.
Coming soon after the teeter-tottering Cairo
summit, and immediately following President John-
son's proposal for United States cooperation in a
desalinizntion project for Israel, there was some
.-peculation that the vagueness and quietness of
the Washington UJA inaugural might have involved
>ome political considerations.
The practical social and economic considera-
tions in the move probably deserve little more
than passing reference: The extremely prosperous
in this country apparently look less and less to
Miami Beach as an exclusive refuge. And, in a
country with a growing sophisticated awareness
ot United States importance as a world leader,
holding such a significant event in Washington cer-
tainly becomes the proper thing to do.
The economic aspects of the Washington meet-
ing are also of some consequenceparticularly to
administrators ol such programs. In essence, hav-
ing such a large group in attendance, as has been
the custom in the past, c'oes put something ot a
strain on administration budgetsa strain which
is often felt, despite the impact of the very large
contributions.
But the desire of the organizers of the UJA
conference to avoid noisy publicity which would
have political implications does not mean that the
participants tailed to obtain a picture ot what of-
ficial Washington thinks and feels about the Mid-
dle East situation. Indeed, the Jewish community
leaders who met for two days in the nation's cap-
ital were given an opportunity to understand that
there is in the Administration a growing trend to-
ward action, and away from verbal assertions of
friendship.
Not that the Administration is wary of mak-
ing its views clear when the situation seems to
warrant it. The warning to the pro-Arab Citizens
Committee for American Policy in the Near East
by Under Secretary of State U. Alexis Johnson,
who declared the U.S. refusal to "stand idly by" in
Near East aggression situations, is an obvious case
in point. But not less significant is the practical
aspect: President Johnson's cooperative desaliniza-
tion project proposal with Israel is an even clear-
er interpretation of a special foreign policy stand.
matched all previous investigators in his unhurried
search of some twenty sets of manuscripts, count-
less local, state and federal public records, 37 news-
papers, periodical and scrapbook collections, plus
virtually every secondary source in or out of print.
To this Herculean effort must be added the con-
tribution of the Center co-author. Dr. Lloyd P.
Gartner, who uncovered rich material in metropoli-
tan depositories and who help place the work in
national and global perspective.
The co-authors' labors have lifted American-
Jewish regional history to new heights. This book,
meticulously organized, splendidly written, and su-
perbly documented holds the lascination of the
reader from cover to cover. The writers' accom-
plishment derives in part from the unusual fertil-
ity of their subject of study. Milwaukee was one
of the ten cities in the American heartland destin-
ed from Civil War days to become a vital Jewish
center.
In many respects the Cream City's Jewish his-
tory invited the serious attention of the competent
historian. Here, amidst the Christian Geimaiuioiu
that dominated the local milieu, flourished a Jew-
ish community that constitutes .1 laboratory tor the
study ol nineteenth centun German Jewry. Hubin
Swichkow has made splendid capital dtj Wsj In re
capture the religious, social, and eeerntinrfe Mil
look and activities ot a proud community of yester
year whose culture was eclipsed by greater num-
bers from the Russian Pale.
The story moves on with the coming of the
new immigrants, for Milwaukee soon formed a
spectrum of Jewish intellectual thought ranging
fiom Lubavitcher Hassidim to Socialist fro* Hunk-
ers.
.

1
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Continuing Technical Assistance to Africa
Jerusalem
ISRAEL'S SEVEN-YEAR old
' program of technical assist-
ance to the African countries
is about to be expanded fur-
ther. The planned expansion
will be accompanied by modi-
fications based on the experi
ence gained and the changes
that took place over the years,
and promises to open new vis-
tas for a widened scope of co-
operation between Israel and
the new African countries.
In the past, Israel has spent considerable funds and
efforts in the grant of scholarships which, indeed, were
of primary importance to the newly emerging states
lacking in trained personnel. Now, these countries are
virtually flooded with scholarships from various other
countries of the world and. though not abandoning her
scholarship schema. Israel feels that her own efforts
ought now to be shifted more to the field of joint devel-
opment of programs.
Past experience has shown that Israel's assistance
was most successful when it was carried out jointly with
the local factors. This is demonstrated by the achieve-
ments of the existing joint development companies, the
pioneer youth frameworks, health services, etc.
Ehud Avriel. deputy secretary general of Israels
Foreign Ministry, in charge of cooperation with devel-
oping countries, and one of its main architects says that
the possibilities in this field have by far not been ex-
hausted. It is a wide field in which Israel now plans to
invest a great deal of effort. One of the preparatory
Steps in this direction is the readying of a cadre of
experts who are already undergoing special training
vvhir-h am*\nt ..t,.,,. il;... .
Respect for Science
United Nations
A FEW DAYS after President John
son's recent announcement about
joint U.S. Israel researches into the use
of nuclear energy for the desalination
ot sea water, the United Nations tluW)
light on the exact nature of one pha-e
ot such research. Johnson had men-
tioned, in discussing U. S.-Israeli coop
eration, the fact that the International
Atomic Energy Agency would be in the picture. The
ters in'Vien PCCI Cd agC"Cy f the UN> with headQuar-
Without linking President Johnson's announcement
V.S EIsE?^ IAEA ,et ,l be k that it had
asked Teehn.on, the Israel Institute of Technology at
Haifa to investigate the feasibility of using atomic en-
ergy for desalination of sea water. According to the
Y Utah o?nTecnhCnernCntJ>r0,fl'SSOrS ^ *" "d Shomon
(onuu't thl, VNUClCar Sc,enc'' Department, woul.i
conduct that research project.
heIdThbvIAUnttoHnTa';Cement baCke;i UP ,he hi& P>'
new. by United Nations specialists regarding Ur .i '
sc.enti.ic standing. It was the same ipSKJi'^
* Swisses-Sara
which, among other things, includes study of the Ian- Thant to select"V^nZu'i """" "a guages of the countries in which they would serve fet.ry GeneS actinTfn contort^ U\f0UP' Th **
advisers, nut Mr v?'":''" r' W,Ul h,s *> Scientific
The internal unrest which visited some of these
countries in the past months has not upset Israel's plans
The regimes of these countries remain firmly establish-
ed and it is at their request that Israel's assistance pro-
gram would continue and be expanded, including active
participation in a wide range of development projects
, ...s ii, icin.-on with t
SftW^^^J"* H* Economic
candidates, was forcedI toL* **?" "' Than '
bating ,he Eban selcj i, n inn ,'" ***? afternoon ,
bers offx-osoc. hd ,.;;,;, ,,;nq an,d A,ger,a' mwv>
inclusion. It did ft*I strenuously to Mr. Eban T
ECOSOC voted down Z ArVh^r J**"***.
Eban is on that committee. b,tlerenders. and Mr.


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X lew 1st noricUan
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Friday, March ",* ~ i
Amendment to Anti-Semitism Draft
Continued from Page 1-A
did on (he suggestion of a non-
governmental body.
Dr. Lewin, who has a voice but
not a vote in the Commission, had
urged the group that one of the
draft convention articles which
condemns apartheid and racism
should also mention anti-Semitism
j-pecifically. He pointed out that,
historically, from ancient Greek
and Roman times, through the
Nazi era and down to the present,
professed opponents of racism
have, nevertheless, advocated or
incited toward anti-Semitism.
Mrs. Tre, taking her cue from
Dr. Lewin immediately, then
proposed an oral amendment
adding the term "anti-Semitism"
in the context that he had spot-
lighted. When several delega-
tions agreed with her in princi-
ple but insisted that anti-Semit-
ism be brought into another con-
text, she withdrew her oral
amendment and presented the
separate article condemning anti-
Semitism.
Dr. Barromi delivered a brief
but impassioned plea to the Com-
mission, requesting it not "to miss
this historic opportunity to state
formally fl fepcrdiatlbn*' oi anti-
Semitism, such ;i formulation, he
said, "could bring encouragement
and hope to millions of suffering
human beings."
Meanwhile, a working group of
l.") of the Commission's members
continued this weekend to try to
hammer out an acceptance text.
Manischewitz Host At Shmura Baking
Many prominent rabbis in the
country, among them members of
the presidium of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada, gathered on
Monday. Feb. 24. in the world-re-
nowned Manischewitz Matzo Bak-
ery in Jersey City and baked
Shmura Matzo.
It truly was a very impressive
moment when the most promi-
nent rabbis of the American Rab-
binate prepared the dough with
such joy and happiness because
of the great mitzvah of baking
Shmura Matzo. After the baking
of the Shmura Matzo was com-
pleted, the host and guests at-
tended a luncheon in the company
dining room. During the lunch-
eon, a number of rabbis spoke in
appreciation of the ceremony and
also in regard to the Manischewitz
family.
The B. Manischewitz Company
produces besides Matzo products,
many foods such as Gefilte Fish,
Chicken Soup. Borscht, Baby
Meats. Cookies. Macaroons, and
assorted wine products.
Jan Pearce, leading tenor of
the Metropolitan Opera, will
conduct the traditional Pass-
over seders in the Napoleon
Room of the Deauville Hotel,
Mar. 28 and 29. A special
"Passover with Jan Peerce,"
will be telecast on NBC's net-
work program, "The Eternal
Light," Sunday, Mar. 22 at
12:30 p.m.

Rabbi Elizer Silver of Cincinnati, chairman of
the presidium of the Union of Orthodox Rob-
bies of the United States and Canada, pre-
senting Certificate of Kashruth for The B.
Manischewitz Company to Bernard Manische-
witz, nresident. Shown left to rioht: Rabbi
Chaim Marlinsky of New York, Bernard
Manischewitz, D. Beryl Manischewitz, Chair-
man of the Board, Rabbi Eliezer Silver, Wil-
liam B. Manischewitz, Treasurer, Rabbi Naftoli
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waiting for the Seder to startUncle Joe and Aunt Sadie were always latethe whole-,
family together-Grandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair besida-j
himGrandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "Ht Malkt my queen, he>l
called her-the Kiddush and then my turn for "Ma Nishtanah' and the answer giver*,
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then the mealnobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandmawe ateano
ate and then the "Bmchen"-and the rest of the Hagadah-and some more cups of
wineand the opening of the doorand the stories of how in the old country someone
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. vat ve. Rabbi Abraham Sch-
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lor William W. Union.
v. p .in. I'..i- Mltavah: Bteph- |
mlitor of Mr. and Mrs. Maur- I
Saturiloj a.m. Bar Mlta- i
n Juel, non ..I Mr. ..nil Air- '
Smith.
EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Solomon Schiff.
p.m. Ba.turd.iy v*-'i'* a.m. ;
qiu Htlotilng i- nnl i" < 'h !-
ervices
V
Jhls LiJeekend
CANDLEUGHTING Jim
22 Adar 6:05 p.m.
lSFLITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
EYIdn) "i". and S:15 p.m. 8ermmi
"Iyxikinsj ;ii I.I:.- Thruuiih 11ii .
Baturday v r. n.m. Sermon: "The
Blrchltex in Jtuullam." :.:i:. p.m. Bar
Mltsvah. Noi man Tow
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man,
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6433 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green,
wald.
Kiiil:i\ .*.:l.*i nnrl vl"> p.m. Kurmoit:
"On* of ilu- Mom Itemarknlilr I'er-
boiih in uur Hiatory." Saturday '.' n.m.
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 102S
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
Friday R:i5 p.m. Sermon: "Iloximt,
:i PllRan I'l-tim.-" S.niiril.i) VI.". i
a.m. Sermon: "The llltual: The Km-:
bodlment f the Ideal."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall !
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
I i Ida} T ::.. p.m. Children eliibrat-
iim bli'thdaya in Mulch will In I...... .
________
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.'
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Keiorm
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Frlda> S:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Jew
I Ish situation in ill.. Hoviel Cnlon. \
S.ilm ---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris SKop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Friday 8:13 pin. Sermon: "Tin Ap-
proaching Drama of. fanauver." Bat- I
SRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
H. Louis Rottman.
. p. p.m. Baturda) 9 a.m.
"The Halibath, a Hay >.i
\, tivity "
----
JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Maurice Mamches.
r. I. hi. Katurdii i v :'' h m
San. tlfli aii..ii "i Time "i
v Sanotlt)
----
KODESH 1101 SW 1ith ave.
' n Traditional. Rabbi Max
|re. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
. p.n .-. mi. m "All l'n-
Ani....... al.d
ikk, preKented hj Mr. and
M.la- i.til in honor ( ili- i>
.Mi. Find Mi .1..-. im !:..
! I.. |.-.i i. I. Mi mid Mi -
ill Iim-i Hi.- i in. u Shiilihul
- i :i i.i Saldi .'I. of Moral
Sermon "Tin I .\ il
M O b H c CONGREGATION.
[W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Simon April. Cantor Hyman
p.m. S. i in,.p '. >ui
mi- I mi |eB." Saiitr.l. v
Bai Mltsvnh: .Mil.loll, son
i.i Mi. Alfred 1'renton.
---- .----
[RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ve
laox. Ralph Kneger, seers
Itfilah. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
---- ----
rORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
I I", p.m. lias MltXVllh Judy,
i.f Mi in.I Mr- Burton
I Saturdaj 8:1.". -. m Bui
Mam... non "I Mi lllld Mr*
Itoxdln Lee, koii of Mi find
I ar.l :.ii'.. pin i'-''
: >!..,. -,.li >.f M: a n.1 Mr.-.
L.\l. I/.
-------------
RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
krv.it.ve. R.ibbi Harold Richter.
|r Joel Lerner.
, ii Bel m..ii Win. i-
, | i .< \ i i I i I i : I
:, otitf i Amel ii Sii
Sern I r.'iiIon of
liui Mltavah Hai i y, win
.! Km i. II ildii
EGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
ngtjn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Strassfeld.
----
ER GRANADA. 50 NW 51sl
riservative. Rabbi David Ros-
Cantor George Goldberg.
I." ..in BtudelitM of a.lull
. will lie hotlored,
Li.p.,1 i ted hj Mr* Melvlna
fi; in.I Mm l-:-ih- r Ualeiiko.
. in a n, Bar Mltsvnh:
VI ml Mi- 11, in >
koERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
prews ave. Reform. Rabbi
M. Leviton.
:.i p.mi Sal'ir.la. II 111
ah: Paul, -..n of Ml mi
llan-< l
The World is Meant to be 'Home for All'
By RABBI SIMON APRIL
Beth Moshe Congregation
There is an interesting ques-
tion asked by Rabbi Jacob in
the Midrash "Tanchumo": Why
does the Psalmist rejoice saying,
"Lord I love the habitation of
Thy house." Why the exulta-
tion? "Because, answered Rab-
bi Jacob, the completion of the
Tabernacle is equal to the crea-
tion of the world "
Ii anything today require- em-
phasis, it i- this conception, the
conception that the world is our
home. We stress the thought
that God is our Father and that
man is our brother; but. we seem
to overlook the essential factor
that really complements the sec-
ond ideal. How can we conceive
man as our brother, if we are
not mindful of the truth that the
world was meant to be the home
of all of us. How can we speak
RABBI SIMON APRIL
Icno* the frufh
of God as our Father, if we do
not mean by so saying that we
are all one family, if we con-
Dr. Kalman Kahana (center) vice minister of Israel in charge
of education, wih (left) Rabbi Noah Chodos, vice chairman
executive committee, Union of Or'hodox Congregations of
America; and (right) Rabbi Nachman Schneider, executive
director. Mirrer Yeshiva of Jerusalem.
struct a barrier between people
and people?
We still have doctors of theo-
logy, who choose to be other-
worldly rather than this-worldly.
who are busily engaged in ob-
taining individual salvation rath
or than the salvation of man-
kind as a whole. Man's real
home, according to those teach-
ers, is not here on earth; man-
real home is heaven, and the
way they chose to prepare for
heaven was usually by turning
earth into a 'vale of tears."
They saw to it that tears should
never cease from the land. For
this reason killings and perse-
cutions, faggots and fetters, racks
and dungeons and expulsions
were instituted in the very name
of God the Father. It is quite
clear, then, that if a cure be hon-
estly desired, then the prescrib-
ed doctors must rid civilization
of all religious misconceptions.
They must prove that this world
is our home not a "vale of
tears," though men be not of
the same faith, though their be-
liefs arc different their habits
are different, their color is dif-
ferent, their customs and lan-
guage diverse, yet all belong to
the same homethe world
For the home is a spiritual
conception. Honu is a matter of
souls and hearts harmoniously
dwelling together. Likewise, the
world is a home not only tor
bodies but also lor souls living m
harmony with one another, living
together with the all overlooking
Father of the Universe.
To exemplify this truth, an-
cient Israel constructed Mishkan.
Our sages wisely say: 'The com-
pletion of the tabernacle was
equal to the creation of the
world."
The conception of the home
land of the world, indeed, com-
plements the conceptions of the
Fatherhood of God and the
brotherhood of man, thus giving
fullness to the life of man here
on earth.
ur.lav 10:30 a.m. S. riii<.n: "If tlzcKi-l
vlaited ill.- Iniliil Nali.n.-' '
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservativ*
Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasa
ave. Liberal. Kabbi Leon Kromsfi.
Cantor David Conviser.
I'rl.l.i.i vl.". p.,ii. 11. ilii-aiinn Hervlce.
.-iiui.la. lo:IS a.m. Uur Mltzvub:
I'.-i.-r liavld BchwaMx, non of Mra
David Miirauli.-H.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38/
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman, Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
---- ----
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
---- ----
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrmarv Cantor Hirsb Adler.
l-'ri.ia> -: :n p.m Sermon: "'The
Deputy' (*i.in.-- to Broudwa)A Kal--
In Applai.-al."
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
|.'ri.l.i> vl". p.m. Sermon: "The i'Im---
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo avt.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
Friday vi;, p.n Sermon: "How
Many llair- Mai,, a Beard?" Battir
da; I". > a.m. I tin Mltsvnh: Ma'
Nathaniel, .-......I Mi ami Mr- Meyei
A. i:..-kin
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
I "i ila.\ ^ : I". p.lli, .-.......It! I'.'!-: .
anil r-.ill.i-." S'allMna> !' a in Be
imHi: "Til. I'..I I i.ii ..; ill. I _i u ." Hai
Mltsvah: Ira. i*..n of M. ami Mm
. i I ll .-uniall.
---- ----
TEMPLE NER TAMlD. 80th st. in)
Tatnm Waterway. Modern Trad.,
tion.ii. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
I'l i.lil) n:|S |l iii. S. i in.,n "The Rol
.a ih. Woman in the Jewlxli Horn. '
r.a- M txvah: Km. n, daUKhtei : Mi
.il, I Mi In 111: .1 Kitel Si a ilu
- !'. a.m. I: ii Mi!*\.i Ii Ha: ... .
M mil A. -. An in Tr.n........rv
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St, Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Cershon Levin.
Ki-ldai 7:::.' p.m Sermon: "Oiii
Barred Cow." Saturday s '"' a.m.
liar MltSVah Mai Mil, -..n ..I Mi an l
Mr-. I- rank I 'a ker
.----- t> _
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
l-'iiila\ s: I .*. p in Sermon "II- .
Televudiin Ii luen IVnHored." Bai
ill-da} 11 a in. Dai Mltsvah: Steven,
-......I Mi ami .Vr- John I'a-.
----
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 9=1
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabol
Hyman Gross.
h'l-idn} Rila p in Satnrdn>
i:., Mlts\ah: .1. Hi.>. <>n .-: M
Mi- .-.im I.,
----
TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Z.imora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
I- Ida} v 1.1 p m. Bel m,,ii "Thi I'-
aft. r f'lirlm." Sal I r'ia-
Bermon: "The l-aw of I'tirlt} llai
Miiz>.-li Marl In. non "i Mr. ..ml Mrs
11} man Kliii-.'ii.
TEMPLE ZIOim. 3/20 SW 17th st
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
i-'i Ida} '." p.m. i im u Bhabli it ho
i.| I., Mr an I Mi Loulu Ki.-nm ''
ami Mi ami Mi -. I V \ iii l: rill
honor !' their .iin:v. : -a. i. Sain-
ii -i im. liar Mi/a .iii i "Iim k. son
--: M. ami Mr- Mi. k. Vllllll
TIFERETH ISRAbL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
Ki ilaj |',fl p m s. Ii.-Ii "Tin I i: -'
of all M..111I1- Slti I'll.....I will In.-I
Mi. i.m^ sir,'.liui. Sattirtla} : a.n
Sermon "The I'ortloii ,.1 Hi.- Week '
---- ----
YOUNG ISRALi-. no NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber
I- -Ida} *; p.in. Baturda} a in S.
m..n "The Red Helfi
rZl^f I Israeli Education Official on Visit
P37 N. E. 19th St.
lP*'omi Congregation
>seph R. Narot, Rabbi
lob G Bornttein, Cantor
irices Friday, 8.-15 PM.
SERMON:
Comments on Harry
on'ioff's new novel:
IE CHOSEN ONE."
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:vening Service 8:30 P.M.
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p1 > l.m, and 6 p.m.
n.. 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Amcricnn schools were com-
mended for curricula and admin
istration by Dr. Kalman Kahana,
vice minister of Israel in charge
of administration, who arrived
here for a short visit
Dr. Kahana visited New York
-eli. nls for several days and plan-
ned 10 M-11 some of the schools
operated by the Dade County
County School Board.the Hebrew
Academy, and schools under the
direction of the Jewish Bureau of
Education.
With Dr. Kahana is Rabbi Noah
Choios, vice-chairman of the
executive committee, Union of
Orthodox Congregations of Amer-
ica, and Rabbi Nachman Schneid-
er, executive director, Mirrer Ye-
shiva of Jerusalem.
Describing conditions in Israel,
Dr. Kahana explained "only an
elementary education is compul-
sory in Israel. Higher schools of
learning have to be supported by
paid tuition or giants from the
government. About 70 percent of
I the facilities in high schools and
. technical schools is now available
to all students.
Dr. Kahana plans i<> discuss Hie
possibility of exchanging Ameri-
can and Israeli teachers for a
year or more, so that Israel may
benefit from the latest education
| a) techniques.
"Our biggest job." said the rab-
bi, "is to integrate, educationally.
Children from almost 70 countries
1 ol the world, into speaking a com-
1 inon language 1 Hebrew) and at
I the same time prepare them for
a highly technological world."
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mi Wednesday evening for the He-
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60th Anniversary for
Mr. and Mrs. Marks
the
0(/<
oman s
UJoM
" Miami. Florida, Friday. March 6, 1964
Section B
Zamora Sisterhood Mrs. Meyers is Honored
Plans Sprinq Lunch
March Circle ol Temple Zamora
Sisterhood, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Irving Klein, is plan-
ning a "Flowers of Spring" lunch
eon Tuesday noon at the Temple.'
An afternoon of cards and Mah
Jong will follow.
Hostesses are: Mrs. I. Aronoff,
Mrs. Michael Brown, Mrs. Charles
Floreos, Mrs. Sid Lucker, Mrs. Joe
Maisel. Mrs. Joe Ostrie. Mrs. Sam
Rozeen and Mrs. Adolph Rozenthal
Regular Sisterhood meeting will
he held on Wednesday evening with
Mrs. Dorothy Greenberg presiding.
Program will consist of a film
cntitle.l 'Adventure in Israel,"
shown by the El AI Israeli Air-
lines; a short talk on the Passover
holiday by Judaism In the Home,
chairman. Mrs. Michael Fiedler,
and a report by social action chair-
man. Mrs David Kivel.
Kabbi Jacob J. Weinstein. Na-
tional Chairman of the Israel His-
ladrut Campaign, announces the
selection of Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers as recipient of the Hista-
drut 'Woman of the Year" Nation-
al Award.
Jacob Rifkin. honorary chairman
Of the Third Seder Celebration ot
the Business and Professional
Council for Kupat Holim-Histadrut
to be held at the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Mar. 29, stated that "Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers has been se-
lected as Woman of the Year in
recognition of her outstanding par-
ticipation in all Jewish and gen
oral community activity in Great-
er Miami and on the levels of state
and national endeavor. An attor-
ney, member of the Dado County
Boar.! of Public Instruction, Mis.
Meyers has received the Outstand-
Continued on Page 13-B
MRS ANNA BRtNNfR MIYIRS
1964 MR. ANO MRS. HERMAN MARKS
Mr. and Mrs. Herman (Pauline'
Marks celebrated the 60th anniver-
sary of their 1904 leap year mar-
riage with their immediate family
and a few close friends. Dinner
marking the occasion was held
Saturday evening. Feb. 29. at the
Dul'ont Plaza Hotel.
The Marks were married in Key
Wesl where they lived and reared
their lour children. Max. Paul.
Itose and Evelyn, until 1923 when
they all came to Miami
A huge reception for family and
friends was held to mark the cou-
ple's golden anniversary. Five
sunshine fashions
BURDIN
years later, some 000 persons
tende i the 55th anniversarj
at
1*04 VR. ANO MM. HERMAN MARKS
The reception at the home ol
son -iiKl daughter m law. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul II. Mark-, was chron
icled in detail in The Jewish Flor-
idian Ol Mar. 6. L959
-
n
j
bv ISABEL GROVE
li. reds ol friends and rela-
tive! gather at the Algiers Mo
ii I ii- Sunday in honor of Mr. and
tin samuel J. -Pop" Spector,
who ;ll be celebrating their
59th edding anniversary
last Sunday the Specters attend
i' I thi wedding reception of great
niea Barbara Sue Spector. and
How., i Schecter held in tne
honu .'i their son and daughter
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Spec
tor, 1022 SW 12th St. Double
ring nuptial ceremony took place
ill Beth David ..."
Surprise birthday party lor Dun
Green and charming wife, at
Murra> Franklin's hosted by the
Arnold Seigels .
Miss Judith Bakst. future bri le,
was feted at a shower Sunday at
thi li- ne ol Mrs Max llandshu
v' ith co-hostesses Mrs. Louis
Schwartzman, Mrs. Leonard Gor-
don, i Mrs. Herbert Sher, all
long time friends of the Bakst
. Guests included Mrs
Waldfogel of New Yoffc
lith's aunl Daughter
and Mn Irving I
.11 be married to Mai
aim Arr.mz. son ot Mr. and Mrs.
Mariano Arrant, in July .
A reception in honor of Rabbi
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, new spir-
itual leader of Israelite Center,
his wife and daughters, given
Sunday afternoon by Ida and Ily-
man Kirsner in their lovely home
at 34 Star Island .
"Meet the Girls" luncheon
party hosted recently by Mrs.
Leon sirkm. Mrs. Henry Wein-
stein, Mrs. Natalie Cohn. Mrs.
Seymour Singer. Mrs. Irving
Brooks and Mrs. Leon Eiseman
for the new Mrs. Warren Sher
wood Wives of the bride-
groom's friends here, the group
planned the get-together as a
welcome lor the former New
York surgeon. f)v Janice Kane.
a Miami Beachite since her mar-
riage To bind the new friend-
ships, the bride was gifted with
;, jewel encruste diary contain-
ing the i< lephone numbers ol all
the girl? Garlands ol gar
,!,.,,, rchids decorated the
, for the festive affair held
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Hadassah Groups Schedule Events for March
**WWW** r rt for choir Program direction is under
. .. .. Hadassah group meetings foi uwr. nj ,.,.,,,........, duc*
The fifteen Miami Beach Haclas
-,ih Croup meetings for March wi
celebrate Youth Aliyah.
Bar Harbor Group will hold its
regular luncheon meeting Monday.
11:30 a.m., at the Singapore Hotel.
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will
speak on "Youth Aliyah Changes
With Changing Times." President
i- Mrs. Gus Roberts
Brandeis Group will hoi I a Youth
Aliyah celebration Monday at the
Fontaineble.au Hotel. Chairman is
Mrs. Edward Weithorn and presi-
dent is Mrs. Earl Coplan.
Deborah Group will hold a lun
chcon on Monday noon at the Ca-
ribbean Hotel, meeting at 1 p.m..
card games following business of i oreo
meeting
Beach Executive
Board Meets
Executive board of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs.
Nal Barth. president, will honor
Diamond Imas" at an Oneg Sha-
>at at (he home of Mrs. A. J.
Malasky. 6.330 N. Bay R.I.. on Sat
urriay at 1 p.m.
A Diamond Ima (Ima is mother
.n Hebrew) has contributed $600 a
ear. lor 10 consecutive years, the
ost per year to support a child in
fsrael under Youth Aliyah sponsor-
ship.
Diamond Imas to be hon-
Hadassah group meetings
March will afrtt held on Monday Mrs.^ ^^
Aviva Will have an 11 a.m. lun-
Mt. Scopus, Mrs. Louis Alexan-
ident, will meet at Beth
have an 11 a m.
cheon meeting at the Summit Bes-
in Dadeland. President
lauranl
der. presi
Mrs. Morns Herman will conduct ^ Socia| al| a, > p.m. Shir-
The
lev I Green, painter and sculp-
tress "ill speak on "Understand.
,,. ^rt." Her works wiU be on dis-
play with those Of Ann Axclrod.,
Ethel Blake. Stella Topol. Max B.
Astor. On the spot sketches of
members will be done by Marion'
Smith, portrait painter
Bessie Spen and Elizabeth Zent-
ler. Chairman of the Ima project
. is Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro.
Emma Lazarus Group will hold
a regular meeting at the Washing \ Soloist Iris Rosen Will present
ton Federal Auditorium. Norman-, music selections accompanied by
dy Isle, on Monday noon. Refresh- Esther Barrett.
ments will be served by hostesses________________ ------
Mrs. Johan L. Berman. Mrs. Harry
Kastan and Mrs. Norman Meyers Popular Mosical Program
the agenda and the program will
feature a film. "In the American
Way."
Chai will hear a book review by
Mrs. Henry Wernick at Beth Town
-Jongregation. Meeting, called tor
t p.m.. will be conducted by Mrs.
Maurice Simmons, president.
e
Chaim Weiim.nn, Miss Kdythe
Bernstein, president, will meet at ^ J0
the Pioneer Club. 250 NW No. Riv- p^m
?r Dr.. 8 p.m. Program Will be a ^ ^ ymM
talk on Jewish National Hind b> wfl| gpe
Mr. M. Burstein. Chapter coordi- .
nator. and a quiz program, "You
Tikvah, Mrs. Eugene Silverstone.
will meet on Thursday.
12. 8 p.m., at the South Mi-
Eederal Bldg. Guest speaker
non oi the Village
ak on his trip
Bet Your Life.
in honor of their anniversaries.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual
leader of Temple Ner Tamid, will
review John F. Kennedy's book.
"Profiles in Courage." Mrs. Nor-
man Meyers is president.
Shaloma Group will bold its reg-
ular meeting Monday noon at the
DiLido Hotel. Program will include
guest speaker. Mrs. Samuel T.
Sapiro and musical selections by
Stanley Rosensweet. singer. Mrs.
Irwin Shapiro is president
Esther Group will hold a Youth
Aliyah celebration at the Algiers
Hotel on Saturday. Chairman is
Mrs. Aaron Tepper and president
is Mrs. Hattie Safir.
Israeli Group will hold a regular
meeting on Monday noon at the
Algiers Hotel. Refreshments will
be served and program will be a
lilm entitled "In the American
Tradition." President is Mrs Es-
ther Meyer
*
Henrietta Szold Group will hold
a regular meeting on Monday.
12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel.
President is Mrs. Herman Feller.
Stephen S. Wise Group will hold
its meeting on Monday noon, at the
Deauville Hotel. Guest speaker
will be Mrs. Samuel /.. Sakrais.
and a film. "Holidays in Israel,"
will be shown. President i~ Mrs.
Harry P. Cohen.
Nico and Nora Feldman will pre
sent a program of Israeli and Yid-
dish folk songs and arias from
popular operas and Broadway
shows on Sunday evening. Mar. 15,
at Hibiscus Auditorium, 955 Alton
Rd.
Nico is a former leading tenor ol
the Israeli Opera Co.. and Nora,
coloratura soprano, has given con-
certs in Vienna, Rome and Israel.
Menorah, Mrs
berg, president, will meet
lei House. Coral Cables. 12:30 p.m.
Theme will be "Our Great Herd
age." and a salute to Israel. "So
Israel is Reborn," will complement
the general theme. Participating
will be Mesdames R. Hankin, M.
Handshu, H. Hirshman, T. Lomas
kin. D. Seitlin. B. Seltzer, and B,
Trupkin. Guest soloist will he Mrs
Torah, Mrs. Sidney Langei pres
Samuel Stem- ident. will have its "H-Day" COCk-
at Hil- tail luncheon Monday noon at Beth
Spector Hall, "Three Penny Opera
Will be presented by Ruth Fore-
man
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Albert Einstein will have a des-
sen coffee following a brief meet-
ing at noon in the Washington Fed-
eral Savings an.! Loan Auditorium.
163rd St. Mrs. Charles Roth is pies
Marjorie Brown ol Temple /.ion ident.
Minna Lea Forer will be hon-
ored at a Sweet Sixteen Dan
sont and Supper at her home
on Saturday evening. Daugh-
ter of long time Miami resi
dents. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Mike Forer. 2121 SW 24th
Ave., the pretty junior miss
attends Coral Gables Senior
High and is a member o:
National Forensic League.
She is currency appearing in
"Rapunzel and the Witch" a:
the Merry-Go-Round Play-
house.
Beth Am Ladies
Interfaith Project
One of the largest Interfaith lun-
cheons ever held in the City ol
Miami, was sponsored recently by
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am.
Mrs. Paul Kalian served as chair-
man, assisted by Mrs. Louis Gillis
and Mrs. Richard Alper.
Representatives from the follow-
ing churches were present: Riviera
Presbyterian. St. Thomas Episco-
pal, Pcrrine Methodist. First Na-
tional Church ot South Miami, First
Unitarian, Palmetto Presbyterian,
First Methodist of Coral Gables.
Coral Gables Congregational. Pine
crest Presbyterian, Plymouth Con
gregational, Coral Way Baptist.
Christ Episcopal, Kendall Metho
dist. Weslej Methodist, Plymouth
Congregational, and Coral Terrace
Presbyterian,
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Young Women Set CJA Pace
-five young women sel the
pace with increased giving amount-
ing tc SS.fiOO in support Di the
Young Women s DivisiojM>^aom-
"t'ine-: Jewish Appeal at a luncheon
at Hialeah Race Course.
Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller, chair-
man of the luncheon; Mrs. Sam
l.uby. Jr., Young Women's Cam-
paign Chairman; Mrs. Albert
Weintrnub, Division chairman, and
Mrs. J. Allen Siegel. Coverage
chairman, were among leaders
participating in the afternoon.
Two proud occurrences marked
the cccacion, the record number
of young women inaugurating the
Pacesetters Program for the Divi-
sion and also the generosity that
show i through their increased
giving to c.i.\.
Table centerpieces and place
cards, designed l>> Mrs. Harold
Cngcr. earned out the race theme,
and hostesses wore under the lead-
ership ot Mrs. Richard stone.
Sharing the dais with Rabbi
Lehrman ami members ol the lun-
cheon committee were Mrs. Mar-
shall Harris, Education chairman;
Mrs. William Binder, Young Wom-
en's Division Nominating Commit-
tee; Mrs. Inez Krensky. CJA Wom-
en's Division Initial Gifts co-chair-
man, and Mrs. Dorothy Falick.
Women's Division Executive Sec-
retary.
Attending luncheon on Feb. 25, at Hialeah Race Course, spon-
sored by Young Women's Division for the 1962 CJA cam-
paign are, left to right: luncheon chairman Mrs. Daniel Neal
Heller; CJA Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman; Young
Women's Campaign Chairman Mrs. Sam Luby Jr., and Di-
vision Chairman Mrs. Albert Weintraub.
ORT Women See Food Exhibition
Eloise Leonard, instructor in
foods preparations, nutrition and
catering at the Lindsey Hopkins
Educational Center, will be guest,
speaker Tuesday at the luncheon
meeting of the Islanders Chapter, i
Women's American ORT, at the
Roney Plaza Hotel
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Miss Leonard will offer a dem-
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foods, according to Mrs. George
Stearn. program chairman of the
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Twin Theme' Luncheon Due
Mrs. Sam Luby Jr.. Cam-
paign Chairman, Young
Women's Division, shown
presenting Mrs. Murray Dub-
bin with the mink capelet
from Dein-bacher Furs at the
CJA Young Women's Pace-
setters Luncheon.
Twin theme combining the "Won-
derful World nt cja' and the
' WfliUltrSlul Wyi;l !'l Women's l)i
vision" will feature the songs ol
Kay Harrison and guest speaker.
Herbert .1. Garon, New Orleans at-
torney and leader of the Jewish
Welfare Fund of that city, it was
announced by Mrs. Jack Katzman.
chairman of the S52 Minimum Lun-
cheon.
The affair at the Algiers Hotel
on Tuesday, will be preceded by
a Sherry hour at 11 a.m with
Olga Bibor Stern and Miss Harri-
son offering continental entertain
ment.
Co-chairmen. Mrs. Trudy Ham-
crsehlag. Mrs. David Sernaker and
Mrs. Sol Silverman, have an-;
nounced that the global motif,
"Wonderful World of CJA." will be
carried throughout the decor of the
luncheon.
"The So2 minimum contribution
to CJA represents SI a week on
lit half of the annual drive lor 57
agencies," Mrs. Katzman explain-
ed, "and I think this is a minimal
amount to contribute to programs
that aid so many at home and
abroad every day of the year."
A member of the budget com*
niittee of the Jewish Welfare Fund
of New Orleans, guest speaker
Herbert Oaron is a former vice
chairman of the Young Me:
ai i .< past chairman I I hi
Men's Division-.of the can.
Active in New Orleans civic affairs
he serves as a member of the Maj
or's Traffic Safety Conference, the
Metropolitan Safety Conference
and as Counselor lor the Associ
tion for Retarded Children.
Academy Women
Fashion Show
Mother and daughter fashions by
Wilma of New York and Miami
Beach will be presented at thf-
Mother and Daughter luncheon Ol
the Hebrew Academy Women on
Thursday, Mar. 12, at the Deau-
ville Hotel. Members and daugh-
ters will model the high style cre-
ations.
To be honored at the affair will
be Mrs, Louis Sussman and her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jerry Suss-
man.
Proceeds of the afternoon will gi
towards the school's annual year-
book project
Mrs. Leonard Rosen is president
ill the Hebrew Academy Women
and Mrs. Jack Gerson is journal
chairman.
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Friday, March 6 1364
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THEY SAID IT COULDN'T BE DONE
Rqj and Gerald Sollz picked up Miriam and
Phil Schifl and took them to the Diamond Jim
Brady Koom of the Miami Springs Villas. The
Schiffs had no idea that their dearest friends
had gathered to surprise them in honor of their
25th anniversary. But there they were ready
to toast the Schiffs with champagne. Miriam
Hipped when she saw her brother, Jerry Gil-
bert and his wife from Atlanta. Mickey ( Mrs
George1 Gittelson wrote clever songs an.1 every-
one joined Estelle (Mrs. Bernard) Lash, who
has a beautiful voice, in singing them. Among
the guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Simon.
Mr and Mrs. Sam Stark. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Touher, Mr. and Mrs. David Goldberg, Dr. and
Mrs. Alan Michaelson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Harrison.
COME ON A MY HOUSE
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rahinowitz. went to
their daughters house for dinner. It was a spec-
ial dinner in honor of their 52nd anniversary.
After dinner the guests drifted slowly in until
all of a sudden there were all the family gathered
together to flow out the candles on the big
cake. It was funny when they sang Happy An-
niversary tosome sang Buba and Zadie, some
sang Manya ami Jack, some sang Mom and Pop
hut it all added up to a wonderful evening oi
fond shared memories.
SOMETHING TO BRAG ABOUT
II was at (he dinner of the "no Hundred
b at Chandler's Restaurant. It was a de-
lightful evening. Among the guests were Elite
I Ronnie Eger, Charlotte and Stanley Wolf,
a and Stewart Winston. Simmie and Paul Bar-
nett and Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Silver man. Seal
I'd in the audiance were Helen and Seymour
Somerstein, Helen was mighty excited, jusl as
excited a- her brother's wife, Joy, as they watch-
ed Dave May who Was installed as V.P. of the
One Hundred Club also receive the award tor
outstanding member for service.
*
ARE YOU A GIRL GUIDE?
Janet Katz giggled when the 'company" at
her house asked that question when she came
into the living room dressed in her girl scout
uniform. The next question, "Are they com-
ing to collect you?" delighted her all the more.
Douglas Mann, director of the Albert Mann En-
gineering Co. in Basildon Essex whose home is
in Great Worley, England, is a most charming
V.I.P., according to his hosts, Muriel and Eu-
gene Katz.
SURPRISE! SURPRISE!
Every year on h,.- birthday Dr..Stanlc> Kuh-
ardson and his two buddies. Dr. Sephen Reffer
and Chester Kay have dinner with Stanley S par-
ents. Nancy and Alex Richardson. This year was
no exception, everything as usual. But when
Stanley walked in the door he was greeted i>>
his many friends shouting. "Happy Birthday
All of the cars had been parked next door. A
lishina rod decorated the huge birthday cake,
hut no fish, even though fishing is his hobby.
Among the guests were Dr. Harvey Lazman. Mr.
and Mrs. Julkes Sokoloff. Ruth and Melvin Rich-
ardson. Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Roth. Dr. and
Mrs. Victor Dembrow. Dr. and Mrs Max Spron,
and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Winston.
AN ONEG SHABBAT
Massed pastel shaded flowers filled the
house and decorated the buffet table when
Esther (Mrs. A. J.) Molasky entertained at an
Oncg Shabbat, it was really a luncheon, in honor
of her daughter Sylvia Fankel, of St. Louis.
Sylvia left her husband Maurcie. in charge of
ail of the bad weather up North and the four
young Prankels. Leslie. Judy. Helene and liar
iie to pay a quick visit to her parents. Among
Hie guests u ho spent a delightful afternoon in
the discussions of Jewish problems were Mrs.
Aaron Reder, Mrs. Earl Coplan, Mrs. Fred
Jonas, Mrs Phillip Thau. Mr- Harry Rosenberg,
..n.l Mrs Ann Welshman
LARCADE ELEGANTE
In plain English thai means those adorable
new little shops in down town Burdines. In an
unusual display the most fascinating and sophis-
ticated of gay "things" were shown. There
were at least five different kinds of jewelled
pipes for the woman who has given up smoking
cigarets, In the limelighl was a shift in a hand-
some Noah's Ark fabric. Seen eating lunch in
the tea room were young Mrs. Albert Morrison
and her mother, Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, who had
one toot under the table and the other ready to
dash back into the shopping iray. At still an-
other table was Harriet. Mrs. Milton Margolis.
SOME EXCITEMENT
Diaper service, was started, a crib deliver-
ed, a stroller came too. There was much scur-
rying about at the Leo Berman house. Rae's
daughter Dianne (Mrs. Stanley) Tesler had sent
Wendy and Cathy to visit grandma. The weath-
er was cold in Fayetteville and it seemed like a
good idea to put them on a train with their
nurse. FRANCES LEHMAN
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Attending the Beth David Sisterhood Torah Fund Reward
Luncheon at the home of Mrs. Seymour Friend are 'le;t to
right) Mrs. Louis Seitlin, Sisterhood president, Mrs. Ncrman
N. Shapiro, and Mrs. Murray Gladstone, chairman of the
Torah Fund.
Beth David Women
Hold Reward Event
Beth David Sisterhood members
were entertained on Feb 26 al I ic
Coral Gables horn.' ol Mrs Se>
moor Friend Occasion was a re-
ward luncheon lor contributin:
minimum ol $18 Chai i toward the
Jewish Theological Seminary Tor-
ah Fund and the proposed Matilda
Schechter Resident II a 11 for
Women,
The first in what is planned as
an annual luncheon to honor Chai
contributors to the Torah Fund,
highlight of the afternoon was a
showing of fashion wigs by Lanor
of Miracle Mile with Si rho.M
members as models.
Mrs. Murray Gladstone
man of the Torah Fund,
bisted by Mesdames Harob. ...:,,
Rubin Bott. Walter F.ilk. 1 m
Friend. Max Handshu, S
Kaplan. Manuel Lubel. Morris Ha
! inow i'/. Meyer Rbbbrns
:. se, Bettj Schwartz, Da
naker and Mrs. Nathan
man.
White Elephant Sale
A white elephant sale n
light the Miami Beach A
Chapter, Women'- Americai ORT
meeting on Wednesday, 11 ;
To be held at the Barcelona Hoti I
Mrs. L. Jacobson. ptesider", will
conduct the busine.-s aget: pre-
ceding the program.
Have pot roast, Kasha and gravy tonight/
HASH
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Pioneer Women Events
Mm. Milton Green, president.
Greater Miami Council o. Pioneer
Women and member of the na-
tional tuard. this week attended
the Organization's three-day con-
[arena in New York City.
I'i' Deer Women, which will eel-
ebrati its 40th anniversary in Sep-
tember, provides almost half of
all social services for women and
young people in Israel through
almost 1.000 childcare and immi-
grant rehabilitations centers.
Mr! Jack Sills, president, an-
nounce! a smorgasbord, sponsored
by Kadimah, 1- being held on Sat
urday, 7 p.m.. ut the home of .Mrs
William Ch.i- 3061 SW 11th St.
Mi Lillian Cohen is chairman
Members ot the committee an
Mesdit'iies William Chase, Leah
Priedson, Rose Brady, K. Ralman,
fi Selcer and M. Kesaler.
On Monday noon. Club 2 will
honor Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fish
man with a luncheon at the Stai
Restaurant. 3il Washington Ave.
Miami Y Auxiliary
Tenders Coffee
A get acquainted coffee was to
be held on Thursday, Mar. 5. at
the home of Mrs. M. Marks. 483(
SW ffind Ave. to introduce tht
Miami YMHA Women's Auxiliary
tu the South Miami area, it was
announced by Mrs. Jack Amazon
president.
Mrs Herschel Rosenthal is mem
bership chairman.
The Auxiliary has undertaken t<
provide bu- service tor chilorei.
and senior citizens at the "Y".
National Cardiac
Meets j>n Tuesday
lilar metjng ot Miami Chap
ti fational hildren's Cardiai
Hos] tal, on I esday, will be fol
|0W< I :rr\-lew to be given
bj Mrs, Frank Kerdyk. Schedulec
lor 1 pJri.i '" nuiiing will bt
held in the meeting room 01
the Hi spiti 1173 SW 12th Ave
1 group's annual pledge lun
cheoti is slated for Tuesday noon
Mr. 17, at in Doral Beach Hotel,
and funds raised will go to the
Hospital. Mr- Sam Schulwolf is
chairman.
Rabbi Labovitz
Reviews Profiles'
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of Tem-
ple Net Tamid will give a report
on John F. Kennedy's award win-
ning work. "Profiles in Courage"
at the meeting of the Emma Laz
arus Group of Hadassah.
Meeting will i>e held at the Wash-
ington Federjl Bldg. on Normandy
Isle.
Hadassah plant to erect a $500.-
000 building in Israel as a memor-
ial to the late beloved President.
Hostesses v. ill be the following
members who are celebrating an-
niversaries this month: Mrs. Nor-
man Meyers, president; Mrs. Joh-
an Bcrman. honorary vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Harry Kastan, program
vice president.
Sugfl'ine
MlMtaw
fcnumotm
MWKtn
Mrs. Abraham Shedroff, chairman.
baa 1 anted Mrs. .Sadie- Hubert to
^ive the invocation. Mrs. Ida Lift-
man is president.
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president
)l Golda Meir Club, has called the
next regular meeting lor Wednes-
lav, 1 p.m., at the Beth El Center
Plans for the annual donor lun-
cheon to be held on Sunday. Mar.
15, at the Fontainebleau Hotel, will
< discussed and tickets to the
iffair distributed
Israel Women's league
'arms New local Chapter
Newly formed Florida Chapter
if the Women's League for Israel
vill have a luncheon and card
\irtv Tuoday noon, at the Delano
Hotel
A film showing the work of the
.Vomen's League for Israel will be
hown. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, di-
ector of the Spinoza Forum for
\dult Education, will speak.
Chairman is Mrs. Edith Kapell.
.ice president, with Mrs. Tanya
Wolshin in charge of reservations.
The Hanna Senesch Group held a regular
meeting las' Monday at the Algiers
Hotel. The Hanna Senesch Players present-
ed "The Miracle of the Mellah" for Youth
Aliyah, written by Rebecca Lipson and di-
rected by Eva Blum. Players shown stand-
ing (left to right) are Mrs. Jack Falk. Mrs. Sama
Swee, Mrs. Sylvia Kurland, Mrs. Max Gold-
berg, Mrs. Benjamin Wolff and Mrs. Samuel
Feldman. Seated (left to right) are Henrietta
Lorber, acting president. Eva M. Blum, direc-
tor, Rebecca Lipson, author, and Frances Ben-
jamin.
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Friday, March 6. 1S64
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'What Happened on Jen. 16?" mystery drama
cted and staged by local playwright Lil-
Burak will be presented by the Bsth Shir-
I layers on two successive Saturdays, Mar.
7 and 14, at 8:30 p.m. Cast members
tig lefl to right) Sy Abramson, Jeffrey
Rosin /in Burger, Perry Altfield Joe
v ft berl Adler, Ronald Ruder. (Sea^d
Gale Saxe, Marcia Seidner, Bar-
bara Foosaner, Sheba Pyne, Leon Spitzer.
Center front, Lillian Burak. Not shown, Dor-
othy Roth, Mara La Cava, David Katz, Ruth
Steinberg, Joseph Rosenblatt, Jr. Assisting in
staging, Sylvia Spitzer, Heniy Dcnnor,
Sid Hau men and Janet
Me tzer. Proceeds will go *o the Temple
Building Fund and future Ed al Build-
i available I I
Rabbi Krcnish Leads Book Review Event *"">'s;dd th*
A musical program under uu
Le i Levin, president, Sis-
rhood ol Temple Beth Sholom,
nno inces the next session ol
ks and Bagels with the Rab-
I'ill be held on Wednesday,
15, 10 .'in a m.. in the Sister
ood Loungi
Leon Kronish, spiritual
. Bet h Sholom, w ill re\ ie
ushei .. "Pr icocious
aphy."
Co-chairmen ol the projeel are ,,,.,,rship Mr. Max ,
.Mrs. Benjamin I'. Goldstein and will follow ;i brief business meet-
Mr.-. Harry E. Wolk, ling "' the Miami Friendly Social
Club on Sunda> Event i.- schedul
Proceeds go towards the sup- ,.,: for > ,, ,,, at Beth El Congrega
port of the Beth Sholom Library, tion,
r
NATIONALLY FAMOUS... ]
FOR SO YEARS
THE FABULOUS ZEIGER
KOSHER CUISINE!
ZEIGERS'
ESIDEWT
MASHBIaCH
jRitzPlaza
RESERVE NOW
FOR
TRADITIONAL
PASSOVER SEDERS
Conducted by the Eminent
CANTOR H.
MARCHBEIN MAR8INY
& Choir
RESERVE FOR
KOSHER
SEDERS
OR ENTIRE PASSOVER
Conducted by
REV. NATHAN ROSE
Reservations: Call JE 1-7381
On the Ocean Collins Ave.
Off Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
i
ttfi.tf. #;# sto
Tbnzrnd
lljdc \llltUllkir|,Wlll>ll'
Henry Mangels Co.
3550 N.W. 58th Street
Ph. NE 5-1391
In preparation for "Save Your Vision Week," proclaimed by
President Lyndon B. Johnson for observance this week, mem-
bers of the Dade County Optometric Association conduct a
free visual screening program at Goodwill Industries. Em-
ployee George Silverman (seated center), 130 NW 55th Ct is
tested by Dr. Sanford L. Ziff (left) and Dr. Leonard Margolis
(right) with the use of a Talebinocular, which measures visual
skills. Some 200 handicapped workers were screened for vis-
ual defects, while members of the American Society of Safety
Engineers and the Dade County Citizens Safety Council in-
spected the premises and checked working conditions
TRADITIONAL KOSHER
PASSOVER SEDERS
... under the direction of the Sirkln Family
EVENINGS OF MARCH 27th & 28th
$25 per person for both evenings incl. tax & gratuity
Seder conducted under the auspices of
CANTOR MORDECAIYARDEINI
Celebrated Rarjio Sta- Concert Sincjer inn World Furious Cantor
S,STE0 BY HAM* SIRK.N Ma*.,..h ,,em,stl
For Reservations: Mr Swirko Phone: JEfferson 4-2445
OCEANFRONT, COttlNS AVENUE AND LINCOLN ROAD MALL
hvaurillv p
presents ^S 4Q*^
hui Reeree
Metropolitan Opera Star, conducting
Pussovpv Sudvrx
Svilvr
Fn. Mar 27-7 PM
tip and lax mcl.
W IT SoVOtHl
SH'fit'f
Sal Mar 28-8 PM
tip and tax Incl,
Children under 8 $10 for each ieder
Call I'n .-//.##/
Catering Dep
IHitnri, lull H slrit ill/ iibmi I i-il.
I nihr iifirri isiim of It alibi Iihnr II. Sii-riti
On the ocean at 67th St., Miami Beach-
\?
ABE GSFTERS NEW KOSHER
ROMWELL hotel
ON THE OCEAN AT 20th ST., MIAMI BCAC1'
.1 .t-.-tl t,y B' f \
c i ** y t
Exfro Special Oiscourf Dc< I
Celebrate With Us.
20th
these Passovei
Special DIscou it Pcckare Plon
|.\ R .
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J in a roon
to May 1st I
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Single I higher.
Write or C.i/I Direct-ABE GfiTER
It 4-2141, Miami fc.nch
CfNTRALLT HEATED b AIR CONO. 'NDIV. CONTR I PVT BEACH b FOOL
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 COLLINS AVENUE ~:;- -'_; Phone JE 2-1671
RESERVATIONS NOW ACCEPTED
FOR THE PASSOVER SEDERS
Complete, les
Services Condu'*^d by CANTOR BPN GSOSSBERG
MkSHGtACH ON PREMISES
^^V>A<,>/>e>*^^^,'S*/\*i^'VS^^W Vi-VVVVV^A^vWVWW
Low Rates to March 22nd
RESERVE FOR HOLIDAYS HOW!
KOSHER
MODIFIED AMERICAN PIAN
DICXARr LAWS Con?"'' B'eo>'sti7 Cj.rit
Oilier UNSURPASSED FOOD DELIGHTS
RESERVATIONS: JE 8-5711
Contor
Abraham
Sif
"ESTRVE
PASiiovcn
M
the New HOTEL
rgssBBr
'""Tim. Mo,h,ich
"e'rgiows frvitu,
|ON THE OCEAN
Oceanfront at 17th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
RALEIGH HOTEL
DINING ROOM
18th STREET and COLLINS AVENUE
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR
The Passover Seders
"ULTIMATE IN flNE FOOD"
$]] PER PERSON FOR BOTH NIGHTS.
Seders served by reservation only.
TRADITIONAL SERVICES BY CANTOR HOROWITZ.
CALL JE 8-2040 Ask for Pearl Dining Room
Operated by Pearl and Lou. formerly of the Red Mill
and other leading Miami Beach Hotels.
0
MEET PERFECTIONISTS
IN THE CATERING FIELD
They tre unequalled In their profession.
| Tbey are the dUdo's citering staff. They
will make a success of any party...
' wedding... a Bar Mtzvah*... a business
>e*> meeting or a social luncheon. They will
I serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food
expertly prepared In the diiido's newly
decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for
whatever space you require. Call
Hr.Telchnar at JEtferson 80811 forth*
best function you'vs ever bad!
AMUMtf
A BlrMn Family IntarprlR
OCEANFRONT, COLLINS AVENUE AND LINCOLN ROAD MALL


Friday. March 6. 1964
tJenlstnorldicin
Page 7-3
Leaders of Pioneer Women a'tending a luncheon sponsored
by the organization on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal
at the Barcelona Hotel on Feb. 26. Left to riaht are Mrs.
Fred Sandier, Mrs. Jen Meyers, Mrs. Israel Shapoff, Mrs.
Milton Green, luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Ann Quaker.
Temple Israel
Sisterhood Plans
Donor Luncheon
Mrs. Sidney Raflel i- chairman
Of the Annual Donor Lunchron of
Temple Israel ol Greater Miami,
to be given Wednesday, Mar. 18 at
noon in the Cafe Le Can Can R torn
ol the Carillon Motel.
Theme, 'World's Fare," will be
carried out in decorations and en-
tertainment, which "ill present
Bill Jordan and his twin pianos.
and Folics Bergere >iar Lynda
Gloria, current headliner of the
Oui Oui Paree Show at the Carillon
Motel. Prizes brought back from
Europe by Mrs. Max Matz will be
presented.
For the first time at a temple
Israel Donor Luncheon there will
be an Angels table for men. ehaired
by Mrs. Phyllis Pollack.
Mrs. Aaron Kanner is chairman
of donor tickets. Mrs. Robert Salt-
man is co-chairman.
I
onta
ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET
TRADITIONAL,
setieR
SERVICES
conducted by
T ft-
V^.
1
HOTEL
inebl
t)R. iRViNQ LellRMAN
and
Cantor Hirsh Adler
under the auspices of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL SISTERHOOD
BALLROOM
March 27 and 28, 1964
SI 7.50 per person
Reservations:
Banquet Dept.
JE 8-8811
V ^7
K^rMstcil #V<
OF THE
rgstai 'voowl|)iA1 om
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR PASSOVER
9-DAY PERIOO 3 MEALS DAllY Under Strict ftobbinicol Supervision
VERY SPECIAL RATES FOR FAMILY RESERVATIONS
SAND-ELL TO CATERERS
Call Mr. Weiss UN 6-6226
If No Answer Call UN 6-5278
Gertrude Berg at
Grove Playhouse
"Yoo Hoo. Mrs. Bloom." and all
the heart-warming echoes of her
glorious past will resound again
lor Miami theatre-goers, Tuesday.
Mar. 10. when Gertrude Berg,
known to the world as "Molly
Goldberg" and beloved star of
Broadway, radio and television,
opens her long-awaited engage-
ment in her hit comedy. "Dear Me.
the Sky is Falling." at the Coco-
nut Grove Playhouse.
Also starring famed Yiddish-
American stage star. Joseph Bu-
loff. the company, which opened
also a year ago to the day on
Broadway, will include many of
the original cast members. Fea-
turing Jill Kraft and Trosa
Hughes, the supporting cast in-
cludes Michael Baseleon. Maurice
Ottinger, Alex Canaan. Berta Ger-
sten, Mimi Randolph. Minerva
: Pious and Miamians, Julian Volo-
shin and Ann Shaw.
Written by Leonard Spigelgass
and based on a story by Miss Berg
and James Yalfe. "Dear Me. the
Sky is Falling" stars Miss Berg
as a devoted but busy-body mother
who runs the lives of everyone in
her family. Hearing that her
daughter has been consulting a
psychiatrisl on the eve of her
marriage, she decides to visit the
analyst herself and promptly In-
volves everyone in the problem.
A heart warming follow-up to
Miss Berg's and playwright Spigel-
gass' earlier triumph, "A Major-
itj of One," the comedy scored
solid Broadway hit bul had to
be withdrawn because of Miss
Berg's ill health
Performances are nightly, ex
cept Monday, at S::uj p.m., with
matinees al 2:30 p.m Wednes-
daj s and Saturdaj -.
RICHARD TUCKER
famed
Metropolitan
Opera tenor,
world's greatest
cantor, conducts
traditional
PASSOVER
SEDERS
/2c*>)
f\s
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 reservations, call Catering: JE 2-2561
MIAMI BEACH
PROMENADE HOTEL B5T
PASSOVER SEDER
JEWISH STYLE FOOD
$8 Person
F StDU
Tax & Tio Included
FOR RtStKVAJIONS
Call Kitty Kleinberg
JE 8-5721
CANTOR REVEREND ISRAEL
OFFICIATING
2469 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
The Strictly Kosher
A Well Known Rabbi and Cantor Will Off kiate at Seders \ Beth h sisterhood Luncheon \ STRATH HAVEN HOTEL
Proceeds ol Congregation Beth
El Sisterhood luncheon slated for
Tuesday, noon, in the Dora Au-
gust Auditorium, will go to ihc
Hebrew Sehool.


tjbi/blomat
PRESENTS
TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER
Friday. March 27, at 7:00 p.m.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky of Temple Beth Sholem
$10 per person
For reservations, c.ll 945-9571 in Mi.mi, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA
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
FLAMINGO KOSHER 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 ZARFTSKT OFFICIATING
Make Your Reservations Now-Call JE 2-9961
Dinner now being served from 4 to 9 p.m.


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vjewist" FfrrMfon
Friday. March 6. ;:c4
Pepper Keynotes
Debate Tourney
Rep. Claude Pepper was key-
note speaker at the recent All-
Florida Debate Tournament held
.it the Coral Giblos Senior High.
His topic was "Medicare."
Over 300 students from
throughout the state of Florida
participated in the two-day de-
bate ar.i all events tournament
which included dramatic inter-
pretation, oratorical declama-
tion, girls and boys extempor-
aneous speaking.
Awards Assembly climaxed the
event, with trophies presented to
final winners in each category.
-Mrs. Mike Forer. Speech Booster
Club of CGHS president, served as
mistress of ceremonies.
Sweepstakes winner of the tour
ment was .Miami Beach Senior
High.
DR. RICHARD DtUTCH
Beth Kodesh PTA Pvrim Ball
Beth Kodesh PTA is sponsoring
a series of teenage dances start-
ing this Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
The congregation's annual Purlin
Ball is scheduled tor Sunday. 6
p.m., at the Syrian Lebanon Amer-
ican Club. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. En-
tertainment will follow the buffet
dinner and an orchestra will play
lor dancing.
Talmud by Radio
The Talmud will be taught in
English during the "The Talmudic
Seminar of the Air." over radio
station WEDR-FM 99.1 meg. Heard
every Sunday at 1:30 p.m.. instruc-
tor will be Rabbi Pinchas M. Teitz,
of the Jewish Educational Center.
Elizabeth. N. J.
Rokeach Introduces New Detergents
NEW YORKI. Rokeach & Sons. Inc., producers of the world's
largest line of kosher food and household products, is intro-
ducing liguid di.=h detergent and liquid all-purpose clecner
with ammonia this month in retail outlets from coast-to-coast.
The new Rokeach products, which are bo'h Kosher for Pass-
over, bring the total of kosher convenience products produced
by Rokeach to 60. Monroe Nash, president of the 90-year
old New York-based firm, said that the new products are in
answer to a mounting need for strictly kosher variations of
many household cleaners on the market 'oday Rokea-h's
liquid dish detergent will be marketed in handsome white
plastic containers with snip spouts. The all-purpose cleaner
with ammonia is packaged in glass containers of one-quart
capacity. Rokeach. founded in 1870 by Isreal Rokeach has
consistently pioneered in the development of kosher conven-
ience products. Rokeach's first product, kosher soap made
from pure coconut oil. is s'-\\ a best-seller. The company
also makes a full line of kosher food products.
Dr. Deutch Will
Chair CJA Group
Dr. Richard E. Deutch will
again serve as chairman of the
Dentists Division for the 1964 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, it was an-
nounced by Sidney M. Aronovitz.
overall chairman of Professional
Divisions.
Dr. Deutch was host at his home
to a meeting of dentists to plan
(he participation of their profes-
sional associates m the CJA cam-
paign.
Dr. Deutch announced that live
dentists have accepted co-chair-
manships and will work closely
with him and the overall pro-,
fes-ional Division in this area.
They arc Drs. Eliot Cordon. San-
ford Kane. Jack Mishkin. George
Graham and Carl Baumann.
Outstanding event on behalf of the Residents Division
of 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, was the cocktail
s'aged by residents of the Crystal House. Shown,
nohtl nrw Ernest Janis; CIA Chairman Dr. Irvir.c Leh
Crystal House Advance Gifts Chairman Lou Harris; J. '.
Lewis and Charles Reskin.
Drive
party
eft to
man;
ierald
l
NEW!
ROKEACH
GEFILTE
IN CANS
Do only vegetarians eat
Heinz Vegetarian Beans?
No. Octogenarians also. Doctors, too.
And steam fitters,assistant coat buyers,
folk singers, house painters, cutters &
sorcerer's apprentices, forest rangers,
well diggers, second violinists, scout-
masters, insurance claim adjusters
and psychiatric social workers.
Everyone, in fact, who likes a tasty,
mexpensive,nourishingvegetariandish
that goes fine with meat, fish, poultry
-or all by itself.^7
taste
the big! big!!
BIG!!!
DIFreRENCE
richer flavor-firmer texture -
4 extra-large portions.,
perfect for holiday serving.
ROKEACH
SEFlLfE FJSH.
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
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Friday, March 6, 1964
>Jettfaf mhrSciirnr
Page 9-B :
^Rabbi Baumgard
Conducts Course
Habbi Dr. Herbert M. Baum-
gard will conduct a weekly course
n "Basic Judaism" at Temple
Beth Am. Wednesday mornings,
10 a.m.. in the Adult Education
Room. Mrs. Wayne Rogers, chair-
man of the course, announces that
the next class will be given on
Mar. 11. Subject will be "Ways
to Transit Judaism to Your Chil-
dren*"
Monday evening Adult Educa-
tion courses during March and
\|inl will cover "Great Decisions.
1064." Burton Udell, adult edu-
cation chairman, announces that
the text is prepared by the For-
eign 1'olicy Association, and is
part ol a national program to en-
able Americans to understand bet-
ter the problems we lace as a na-
tion. Classes will be held each
Monday at 8 p.m., in the Adult
Education Room.
Temple Tribute For Founder Rosenberg
Temple Adath Yeshurun has
named its social Hall The
Charles Rosenberg Memorial Hall"
in honor of Charles Rosenberg,
'late past president and founder.
The congregation has also estab-
Art Galleries Aid
JFCS Group Project
\n innovation instituted by the
Women's Committee of Jewish
Family and Children's Service will
contribute to the support of the
Agency's group treatment home
:or emotionally disturbed children.
Cooperating galleries in the
(ireater Miami area will donate a
percentage of purchases made by
\gcncy members between now and
\pr, 11.
On the night of Apr. 11, Jewish
Family an.I Children's Service will
sponsor a cocktail party and art
-how at the home of Women's Com-
mittee President Mrs, Mona T.
Kline, 3500 Flamingo Dr. Paintings
ivill be exhibited by out of town
galleries as well as local ones.
A two-week trip for two to Paris
and Iyondon and valuable paintings
rill be available.
Tickets may be obtained from
Mrs, Eugene R. Katz or Mrs. Max
Cogen,
Members of the art committee
are Mesdames Kline, Allen Her-
ron, Leonard Bcldncr, Judd Break-
stone. Florence Gorson, Bernard
Baum, David llochberg and David
Fleeman,
Temple Sinai Adult Classes
Second in a series of eight adult
I brew education classes at Tern-
>ii Sinai ol North Dade was to be
on Thursday, Mar. 5, al 7:30
i m. Courses are geared to begin
,ii rs and intermediate level
ENJOY
KOSHER ZiON
PRODUCTS
STRKTLY KOSHER FOR
PASSOVER
rity&S 1W3
100o PURE
BEEF PRODUCTS
Frankfurter! Corned *<
Pastrami Knackwurit
Ppprd !< Salami
liver Sausage Bologna
THE SIGN 01 QUAIITYI
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE COMPANY 0E CHICAGO
At BMBWC OAOCIfill MIMIMa*MM.
UllCATISitHS AND SUPI-"AKIM
lished a Charles Rosenberg Mem-
orial Fund in order to refurbish
and beautify the sanctuary and
social hall. The names of all con-
tributors will be placed on a mem-
orial plaque to be erected in the
Charles Rosenberg Memorial Hall.
Local leaders participating are
Mayor Arthur Snyder of North
Miami Beach. Dr. J. E. Williams.
Joseph Liednian, Temple presi-
dent; Al Kcsslcr, board chairman:
and E*d Fishbcin. Rabbi Jonah E7.
: Caplan is spiritual leader.
Asthmatic Hospital Event
Greater Miami Chapter of Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital at Denver will have
a smorgasbord luncheon and card
party Monday noon a; the Atlan-
tis Hotel.
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* Chicken Broth Matzo Ball Soup
Gefilte Fish Chicken in the Pot
Tzimmes Flanken in the Pot
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Country's largest B. F. Goodrich dealer, Norton Tire Company
of Florida, opens a new store as it celebrates 40 years in
business here. Shown (left to right) are Ronald Pallot; How-
ard Katzen; Jean Hottman. winner of a set of four BFG tires;
Steven Pallot, "Miss Norton Tire Co." Miami beauty Cynthia
Williams; and Norton Pallot, president of Norton Tire Co.
Located at 9001 So. Dixie Hwy., the So. Dade store serves
the Kendall, Perrine and South Miami area. Manager is
Tony Winka and John G. Fuzzard Jr., is Commercial Sales
Manager.
Wilno Products Nor,0n Tir* OpCIB
Are Kosher Hia Jeah Unit Sunday
Religious Program
Now on Channel 2
A new program, "Man to Man."
id be seen on Thursdays, 9 i"
9:30 p.m., over u His TV eh 2,
will bring together leaders of
three major faiths to discuss is
sues oi religious significance.
The debut of the program Mar. 5
i-. a joint project oi Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn. and Greater
Miami Council oi Churches,
Diocese of Miami.
Questions Irom the viewing au-
dience will also be discussed by
Moderator Luther Pierce, Of the
Community Television Foundation
Board of Directors, and guest-.
In tne ursi program, Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff. Father David Holier
nan. Dr. .1. Calvin Rose and mod
orator Luther Pierce were to dis-
cuss "The Need for Religious Un-
derstanding."
The Wilno Kosher Sausage Co.,
of Chicago, known lor more than
evenly years for its fine quality
Kosher Delicatessen products, an-
nounces that its pure beef corn-
ed beef, bologna, salomi and frank-
furters are strictly kosher for
Passover use and are now avail-
able at neighborhood stores.
All Wilno kosher products are
produced under the supervision of
two prominent Orthodox rabbis.
Rabbi Baruch Rabinowitz and
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal. In ad-
dition there are two "mashgichim"
who constantly supervise the pro-
ruction of these fine products to
j.narantee that they are kosher for
Passover.
NJEWI
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WILNO
KOSHER
S&ee.
LAMI
71H*"" -..
('.rand opening of another Norton
Tire Company store at 1189 W. 49th
St. in Hialeah, has been set tor
Sunday. Mar. 8. it was announced
by Norton Pallot, president.
Day-long ceremonies will get un-
der way at 10 a.m., with fun.
souvenirs, entertainment, clowns.
free kiddie rides, balloons, crown-
ing of 'Miss Norton Tire" and
drawing for prizes at 4:30 p.m.
The 12th in a group of stores
leaching from Key West to Ft.
Lauderdale. the newest addition to
the Norton Tire Company chain of
stores is located in the heart of
the Palm Springs Shopping Center
and will carry a full line of B. F.
Goodrich tires, brakes, mufflers
and batteries. Services include a
complete wheel alignment and
front-end departments,
Norton Tire Company was estab-
lished in 1924 and is now the na-
tion's largest B. F. Gooorich Tire
dealer.
A special sale w.ll be held dur-
ing opening week with special
rouvenirs lor all. store manager
LUn I Veit announc ( Dania Jai-Alai
Has TV Viewing
Television has gained a com-
manding foot-hold at the Dania
Palace of Jai-Alai. Closed circuit
systems service twin TV sets in
multiple locations throughout the
Fronton as the guests of D.inia
look on from dining, cafeteria and
cocktail lounge locations.
All game action can be seen
throughout the entire evening, an I
during the intermission period be-
tween the names, "warm-up" ac-
tion on the court is frequently tele-
\ ised.
The camera for the closed cir-
cuit set-up is located inside the
playing court itself. Two 'bullet
proof windows are located imme-
diately to the right of the courts
front wall. Behind the top win-
dow sits Bob Beutel, Dania Jai
Alai's famous announcer, who
broadcasts the game action and.
results. Behind the low window
the TV camera follows the action
packed game as the pelota (of-
iicial playing ball) rebounds from
the court wall only a few ieet
awaj
Scoreboard results are also tele-
vised and appear on the second
of the twin set arrangements. In
this way the post position odds
can be seen during the intermis-
sion periods when guests calculate
their wagers. The price of the
return tor Win, Place and Show,
as well as the Correcta and Quin-
iela prices, arc also flashed with
the final and official results of
;,ll games.
'IIHO
KOSHER
SLICED SAIAMI
All pure beef
Quality
Flavor
Kashruth
CORNED BEEF
FRANKFURTERS
SALAMI
BOLOGNA
WILNO KOSHER
, SAUSAGE CO.
(of Chicago)
MIAMI BRANCH
2T81 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6551
Mammoth Bazaar for West
Miami B'nai B'rith Women
Mrs. Emanuel Korenvaes and
Mrs Harrj Gordon arc chairing
a mammoth bazaar under the au-
spices oi B'nai Brith Women ol
West Miami to be held from 10 to
7 pin. en Sunday and Monday,
Mar 15 and i.
All proceeds of the bazaar, be-
ing held .it the West Miami Town
Hall, senior citizens clubroom, 901
SW 62nd Ave., will be channeled
to tin' man} local and national
B'nai B'rith projects
Kehrhahn Watch firm
Offers Great Experience
Three generations of experience
in watch repairing is offered by
the Joseph Kehrhahn Clock Repair
Shop located for the past eight
years at 2560 SW 8th St.
Specializing in repairing of an-
tique clocks, making necessary
parts for replacements Is available,
and a special service permits
clocks to be set up on customers'
premises.
In celebration of their 80th birthday, Horowitz Bros & Mar-
gareten, famous for Kashruth, quality, and taste sinca 1884
are proud and pleased to announce their own five-of-a-kind-
their new five-pound package containing five one-pound
boxes of their traditional Passover Matzohs. These indivi-
dually wax-wrapped one-pound boxes mean the utmos- in
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ins.de the sealed outer five-pound wrapper keep oven-fresh
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Mandel to Dedicate^ *
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Emanuel Mandel will I Or-
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the Orlando" Post of the '("' War
Veterans and officiate at stalla-
tion <>t officers
On Sunday Mandel who
state commander, will inst
officers of the Albert A
Post in Tanipa.
JWV vice commander Ail e R.
Ferdie ol Coral Gal les w i --'
in both cerenv I
Mandel is associated loca with
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breakfast meeting oi the Men's
Club: a L'SY meeting in t e soc-
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, kn i rosevelt Women
>st Doil Lady'
'.-uction in how 10 be a "Doll
will be given Thursday eve-
Mar. 12. at the horne of Mrs.
Gallon. 3635 SW 16th St.!
her of Eleanor Roosevelt
er, B'nai B'nth Women.
alton has demonstrated the
-.tarnation League Dolls lor
racy program in over 30
County schools.
.. recent party at Variety
n's Hospital, chapter mem-
Mrs. Alvin Weinstein and
Irene Wineberg served re-
lentfl to the children and a
an entertained.
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Still Small Voice Program
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spirit-
ual teader of Temple Beth Sholem,
Hollywood, will be soon on the
"Still Small Voice." Ch. 7. io a.m..
Sun. ay morning, in a program ded-
icated to Jewish Music Month.
Participating with Rabbi Malav-
sky will be Cantor Emesl Sterner.
Cantor Jack Leiton and Miss Carol
MacKenzie. accompanied by pian-
ist Hy Pried.
lower of Stars Af
fh Torah Function
tuial "Shower of stars" at
rorah Congregation will be
Sunday night, Mar. 15.
lainer Milt Ross will act
ster of ceremonies for a
hich will feature perform
. poleon Reed, Paul Grey.
Winston, Steve Hill, Michel
and Gena Wilson.
'- .'ill be used to en-
ol facilities
Elayne Paul and Mrs,
. R lib) arc in char. ol
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in cert Sunday Eve
Evening with the Fershkos"
presented at the Hibiscus
Plum, B55 Alton Rd on
at 8 p in
no Sarah Fershko and pj
tnposer Haj im Fershko will
concert ol international
alia ami piano solos.
' sraMros afre returning to
Beach alter a su< cessful
ii at Grossinger's and tele-
appearances with Ed Sulli
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tal. t3 distribute matzos.
''try a-- o eggs to the needy.
>ew )t our demolished plant
20 Ci -. Avenue, poultry and
-old egji will be delivered at
Charge ,- the Beach
Election to Precede
Cancer League Event
Women's Cancer League ol
Miami Beach is holding its gen-
eral monthly meeting, in the form
of a "Bcutique-o-rama" at the
home of Mrs. Robert Grossman.
22 W. Rivo Alto Dr., on Fri ay.
Mar. 13. at noon. Petite luncheon
will be served.
Mrs Jerome Rado, president.
Will preside at an election meet-
in'; pi i> r to the luncheon.
Arrest Ex-Nazi
in Argei.Tr.jia
FK.WKli RT-(JTA) Gerhard
B< hue. one of the former Nazis
scheduled to have been tried in a
current case being heard at Lim-
burg, on charges ol participation
in the Hitlerian "euthanasia" pro-
gram in which more than 200.000
person-, mostly Jews, were mur-
dered through "mercy killing" in-
jections, has been arrested in Ar-
gentina, it was announced here by
Fritz Bauer, chief prosecutor of
the State of Hesse.
Mr. Bauer said the West German
Government has asked Argentina
to extradite Bohne who was one
of five former SS officers sched-
uled to face the Limburg court. He
jumped bail and escaped before
the trial opened. Two others of the
original five defendants lined up
tor that trial died, one definitely
i suicide, the other a suspected
suicide.
Beth Torah Men Note Synagog Week
"Goals and Objectives of the
National Federation o f Men's
Clubs" will be r'iscussed at a
breakfast o n Sunday morning
sponsored by the Beth Torah Men's
Club. The meeting will inaugurate
the club's observance of United
S>nagogue Week.
Beth Torah Congregation will
join other Conservative Syna-
gogues in Greater Miami celebrat-
ing United Synagogue of America,
marking its 50th Jubilee Year.
On Tuesday at 10:45 a.m., Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz will review the
life of Solomon Schechter. founder
of the United Synagogue, at the
Women's Institute.
In the evening at the regular
Congregational meeting, board
members will participate in a for-
um on "Conservative Judaism To-
day."
During the eek, Religii a
School students will hold assem-
blies presenting cantatas depicting
the history ol the United Syna*
gogue.
Spring Carnival For
Beth Moshe Congregation
Congregation Beth Moshe will
hold its annual Spring Carnival on
Sunday from 12:30 to 6 p.m.
The school grounds at 13600 West
Dixie Hwy. will be changed into
a gay fairway, with colorful booth ,
providing rides and games for th<;
children, and refreshments.
Color cartoons will be shown
from 3 to 5 p.m.
In charge of tickets is Mrs. Saul
I'eiter. chairman, and Mrs. Arnotl
Rubin,
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Friday, March 6. 19
SADIE
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Sadie Rosenblumis this the name of an artist? Is
this a picture of an artist? No, because iirst and fore-
most. Sadie is a woman. Her slightly graying hair forms
a halo for her expressive blue eyes and tender mouth.
You can sense her capacity for love, for her husband, her
children, for all children as well as her love for her own
art, which she lives, breathes and paints.
Five year old Sadie's despair
at leaving her kitten in Russia
when she came to the United
States was quickly dispelled at the
sight of the tall buildings in New-
York and the onrush of new and
exciting experiences. Sadie's
mother had great respect for edu-
cation and Sadie found out that
she could get away with murder
if she would use the magic word
"homework." Sadie studied art
at New York University, at the
New School for Social Research
with Kunyoshi and Ben Zion. She
met her husband Joseph at a lit-
erary group meeting when he was
a law student. They have three
children, Bruce, Arthur, and Bea, who is married to Dr.
Leon Larson. All their lives are different an.1 express
each individual personality. There are six grandchildren
who provide lots of pictures to be proudly displayed.
During the Hitler regime Sadie's despair and grief
lound an outlet in social, community work and Zionism.
She organized the Business and Professional Women's
Group of Hadassah in New York City, and served as State
Chairman for the Temple Youth. Always interested in
children she has worked with them in many capacities
including teaching in Youth Centers. She is always ready
to help with art in any organization. Here in Miami there
are many evidences of her work with American Jewish
Committee, and National Brandeis University Women's
Committee. In her early years, she worked with her hus-
band in his mail order business doing the art direction.
It was not until the children went olf to college thai
Sadie began to paint as a profession. Many Ol her friends
had her pictures hanging on their walls long before she
did. Part of the time Sadie and her husband lived in
Miami Beach. The house itself, the walls hung with pic-
tures, the tables piled high with art books, a rush basket
filled with oranges from the tree-filled patio forming a
splash of color, comfortable chairs drawn up in a talking
circle, provide just the right background for her friends
and the right atmosphere for her studio work.
Sadie's other studio is in Woodstock, N.Y.. an artists'
community. This is close to New York City where she
can go whenever the urge drives her to attend the various
exhibitions and to keep in touch with her own gallery.
The Roscnblums have traveled extensively in the Ameri-
cas. Europe and the Far East. In each new place, no
matter how small, Sadie goes to all the art galleries by
herself so that she can take her time in looking, admiring
and buying for her own art collection.
Sadie loves the Miami area too. She feels that a whole
wide cultural program is opening here. All arts develop
a community and that is happening to Miami. Sadie has
had many one man shows, and group exhibitions. A show-
is the culmination of years of work and makes the artist
aware of his feelings. Preparatory to her one man show
which opened at Lowes Art Gallery last week Sadie gath-
ered all of her paintings together, many on loan from
collections in order to choose the ones for the showing.
It was like greeting old and true friends feeling all
over again the hopes, fears and intensities that came with
their creation. Sadie feels that if the painting has created
a mood or reaction it has achieved its purpose. That is
why the people in her paintings need no faces. She tries
to put on canvas, not the tenderness of one mother but
all mothers, not the playfulness or sorrow of one child,
but of all children. She paints until'she experiences the
release which comes with a deep sense of joy and fulfill-
ment.
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A double ring, afternoon cere-
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Sue Spector and Howard Schecter
on Sunday. Mar. 1. at Beth David
Synagogue with Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro and Cantor William W.
Lipson officiating.
Following a reception at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Spec-
tor, 1022 SW 12th St., the newly-
weds left for a honeymoon in
Jamaica. On their return they
will live at 637 NE 61st St.
Attended by her sister. Donna
Jeanne .Spector. the bride wore a
family heirloom wedding gown ol
white satin featuring a lace bod-
ice, with the lace extending half-
way down the skirt, and point-on-
hand sleeves. The long bouffant
veil was held by a lace and pearl
pill box and she carried a spray
of white orchids on a Bible.
Best man to the bridegroom was
his brother, Arnold Schecter. and
Morris Specter. David Gorelick.
Melvyn Schoychid and Paul Jan
Spector. the bride's brother, ush-
ered.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Spector, 7892 SW 13th St., the new
.Mis. Schecter is a graduate of Mi-
aim High and the University ol Mi-
ami where -lie served a~ secretary
ol llillel and as treasurer >>l Hillel
BBC She belmm- in Sigma Delta
Tau Sorority, United Synagogue
and Young llillel Alumni, having
been coordinator for the group or-
ganized in Los Angeles.
The bridegroom is the son ol
Mr. and Mrs. David Schecter, 12535
NW 15th Ave and is a graduate
of Miami High and University ol
Miami.
August Wedding
For Raela Jean
Fred Blau. 14930 NE 14th Ave..
announces the engagement of his
daughter. Raela Jean, to Leonard
Forman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Forman, Philadelphia. Pa.
Plans are being made for an
August wedding.
MISS SELMA SCHENKMAN
Selma Schenkman Engaged
To James I. Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schenkman.
1355 Drexel Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Selma to James L. Lewis, son ot
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis. 3140 SW
13th St.
The future bridegroom is asso-
ciated with his father in the Hotel
Motel Supply business
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in the Upstairs Room of Chanel
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And still another award lor at-
tractive teenager .loan Man
lieimer, daughter of I)r and Mrs.
Leon Manheimer Joan and
Scott Saulson, both senior- ;it
Beach High were judged winners
in the Soroptimisl Foundation
Citizenship Award contest, spon
rove
bj the Soroptimist Federa
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lust in the senior class with an
A average, l.-ycar-old Joan is
her school's nominee for the Sil
\< r Kmuht Award in English and
Literature and winner of the
National Teacher's Award lor
h h nil. on the College Board
exams She hope.- some da)
to join the Peace Corps
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Dr. Heiken Chairs
T Symposium
"What Is Important in Life tor
the Man?" will be the subject of
the first IccHlre-discussVon in a se-
ries of four scheduled by the YM-
YWilA of Greater Miami on sue-
cessive Tuesday nights ^beginning
Mar. 10.
Lecturer for the opening session
will be Dr. Murray Heiken, clinical
psychologist.
Meeting will be held in the Com
munity Room of the Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association, SW
104th St. and Dixie Hwy. Admis-
sion will be by enrollment only.
Further information about regis-
tration can be obtained at the "Y".
Dr. Heiken will deal with prob-
lems in our society today: money,
success, prestige, and power; im-
portance of being used at one's
best, pride in the quality of ones
DR. MURK At HEIKfN
work, personal interests and pur-
suits; and importance of the love
of woman and children in on<-'*
life.
(ghlight of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood's An-
/ersary Luncheon on Wednesday, Mar. 18,
lli be honoring of all Sisterhood past presi-
Bits. Making plans for the gala are, seat-
left to right: Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Sis-
lood president; Mrs. Philip Neuwirth, tick-
ets chairman; Mrs. Jacob Glassman, luncheon
chairman, and Mrs. Murray Schwartzman.
Standing: left to right: Mrs. Herbert Shapiro,
program chairman, and Mrs. Theodore Kipnis.
Theme for this year's luncheon is "Open Your
Hear' to Sisterhood."
rs. Meyers Receives National Award
Contiued from Page 1-B
Citizens Award of Dade Coun-
he Brotherhood Award of the
lal Conference of Christians
Jews and the title "Woman of
st president of the Conference
lish Women's Organizations
|ade and Broward County,
Meyers also has been presi-
[of the Jewish Family and
en's Service and was among
ganizers of the Jewish Home
for tke Aged. Mt. Sinai Hospital
Auxiliary ot Greater Miami was
formed at Int home in 1949, and
She if past State legislative chair-
man Of the Florida Federation of
BuflBss and Professional Wom-
en's Clubs. A member of the Board
of tSpernors of the Greater Miami
rtih Federation, Anna Brenner
Isnvar currently serves as chair-
ol the Women's Division ol
fssBreatrr Miami Israel Commit-

Sam Feinstein. president of the
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami, has announced
that Colonel Jacob Monbaz, Coun-
sellor to the Permanent Mission of
Israel to the United Nations will
be guest speaker at the dinner
commemorating the 16th Anniver-
sary of the State of Israel.
Conducting the traditional por-
tion of the evening program will
be renowned opera singer and re-
cording artist, Sidor Belarsky.
Rabbi Leon Kronish is serving
as co-chairman of the celebration
with honorary co-chairmen Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman and William Born-
stein.
Members ot the sponsoring com-
mittee are: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I
Cantor, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Co- <
hen, Mrs. Rose Cohen, Julius E.
Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Coo-;
per, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cooper,
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cooper, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Feinstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul R. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Grunhut, Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger, Mrs. Trudy Hamer-
schlag, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katzrrfan. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Kuluva. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Lachman, Mr, and Mrs.
Moe Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Mindlin, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Nash, Mrs. Leah Notkin, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack S. Popick. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Rabin. Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
M. Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Si-
monhoff, Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stad-
lan. Judge Harold B. Spaet, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Weitz and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph P. Zuckerman.
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Films of Camp Judaea in Hen-
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at Beth Torah Synagogue at 7:15
p.m. on Monday.
George Stern, director of the
camp starting its 11th season, can
be reached at WI 7-6551 through
Mar. 15.

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Friday, March E 1964
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Opportunity to
'Meet Challenge'
i
To challenge accepted ways
takes guts. Solomon Lichter
doesn't look very brave. In fact,
he looks like the guy next door.
But the modern hero comes in
odd and assorted colors and the
field of combat is often likely to
be a laboratory or as in the case
of Dr. Lichter. a public school.
Solomon Lichter'! mildness of
manner and round geniality
masks a rebel heart. As prin-
cipal of Ida M. Fisher Junior
High, he has discarded tried and
tired ways. He has embarked
on a course that sometimes
startles and sometimes confuses.
But he is not afraid and as cour-
age is catching, the teachers on
lus staff feel free. But the best
gift of all Solomon Litcher gives
to the children the room to
search for themselves.
Each person is important,"
sail Dr. Lichter. "and each must
be made to realize that what he
has to contribute is important.
1 try to communicate to each
child the importance of dignity
and a sense of his own worth.
But before I could do this 1 had
to decide who 1 was."
Solomon Lichter is not only
the principal of the most pro-
gressive Junior High in the coun-
try but he also teaches a con-
firmation class at Temple Beth
Sholom.
"Like too many Jewish boys."
said Dr. Lichter," my religious
experiences stopped with Bar
Mitzvah. Then, in 1951 I start-
ed teaching at Beth Sholom. 1
found myself reading and steep-
ed myself in Jewish history and
law and customs in order to
answer the probing questions of
the children. I found myself be-
coming a Jew."
We all and children especially
need a value system to live by
and Dr. Lichter rediscovered his
is Judaism. Stacked next to his
bed when he is fighting a virus,
are Jewish books and magazines.
In his teaching at Beth Sholom
Dr. Lichter makes use of such
varied books as "The Living
Bible" by Schwartzman and
"Exodus."
Dr. Lichter defines himself as
a liberal and a pleased smile re-
laxes his face as he outlines the
reaffirmation of the dignity ol
man and the values of justice
and mercy and love that are
clear in Judaism.
Dr. Lichter likes to quote that
the Jews are not a chosen peo-
ple but a choosing people. He
likes to read the Prophets and
Dk\ SOLOMON LICHTER
from his readings he has lound
the strength to choose a differ-
ent path. He is reinforced in
his path of protest.
What form is this protest tak-
en'.'
At Ida M. Fisher Junior High
the only lesson taught by the
paddle is the one about paddling
your own canoe. Dr. Lichter
emphasizes that each child in his
school has the right to challenge
the teacher and also the princi-
pal.
"Intuitively," he said, "the
children do a good job."
Ida M. Fisher has no suspen
sion problem and the failure
rate is the lowest in the coun-
ty. Each child is told the pur-
pose of his grade and teaching
by assignment has been dis-
carded. Bather, the attempt is
made to train the child in pro-
cedures for han.iling problems.
The problem is state.1, re-
source material listed, authori-
ties pointed out and then the
child is encouraged to determine
a procedure for resolution. Indi-
vidual learning processes are
recognized. The child is made
aware of the facilities available
in society lor dealing with prob-
lems.
"Education," said Dr. Lich-
ter," is concerned with changing
of behavior and the making of
a more effective human being."
Solomon Lichter can say to his
children: Do not only what 1 say
but do as I do.
When Dr. Lichter strokes his
little mustache and reflects on
the "Organized Chaos" in his
school one is reminded of the
cast and his proverbial canary.
There is little problem with
apathy and motivation at Ida M.
Fisher for the child is swept
in the electrifying atmos-
oi re v -' n i confidence
and the concert ol creativi i
fort.
Dr, Liehter maintains thai
most children have high ideals
and high hopes, it is the envir-
onment th:.t cMVbeWtfcfem.
Solomon Lichter is also the
administrator of what is desig-
nated as a Communtiy School.
The vast plat that is Ida M.
Fisher Junior High School is
used day and night for adult
community education. There are
1700 adults attending this Com-
munity School and they range in
age from young transplanted Cu-
bans to seventy year old Jew Ish
ladies who enroll in psychology
courses.
Through this program the
school has become a community
center where community agen-
cies can coordinate their pro-
grams and serve the needs of
the area more effectively.
Solomon Lichter, who recently
received his doctorate of educa-
tion from New York University,
deplores the limiting of potential.
But if it be energy or single
mindedness of purpose or talent
or humility that limits potential.
then the margins of Dr. Lichter's
landscape are as elastic as the
minds and limbs of the children
in his school.
All the world loves a hero, if
he's successful, but as Solomon
Lichter maintains, excellence re-
quires practice. That's what he
tells his children. That's what
he tells himself as he constant-
ly seeks new avenues for expan-
sion, as he constantly reaffirms
his convictions as a man and as
a teacher by participation active-
ly in Jewish life.

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t*.
Bernard Silver (center), of Miami Beach, visits his brother.
Sam Silver (right), of Safed. Israel. They are shown /ath
Rabbi Baruch Weinstock, head of the Religious Divisur. of
Keren Kayemeth Leisrael, in the new Baal Shem Tor Fowst
of the Jewish National Fund, which Bernard Silver helped
launch in memory of his revered ancestor. Establishment of
the forest has been announced by Israel Resident. Zalrr.an
Shazar to perpetuate the name of the founder of Hassiaism.
It is situated in the upper mountains of Galilee near So::-:
Spinoza lecture
"Man. the Unknown." will be the
topic of the lecture by Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson Thursday morning.
10:30 a.m., before the Spinoza
Forum for Adult Education, at the
auditorium ol the Washington Fed-
eral. 1231 Washington Ave.
Beth El Sisterhood Parlj I
Sisterhood of Congregatio" Beth
El will hold its monthly luncheon
and card party on Tuesda noon
in the Dora August Hall.
Singles Group Plan Dance
Parents Without Partners. Mi-
ami Beach Chapter, will hold a
cocktail dance at the Balmoral
Hotel, on Saturday, at 9 p.m. AH
single parents and visiting PWP
members are invited.
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(21st CONSECUT.VE YEAR Under Same Management,
SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER
NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS
ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
HE OLDEST AXDUXLT DAIRY RESTAURANT IN DADE roi
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Catering for All Occasions
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ear
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Specialty of the House
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at 11:30 a.m. 0AILY
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BEEF GOULASH
Broad Noodles *m r\ /%
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POT ROAST
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ESKfSAZI
.if : a '.-'. -r t:ii BW Mth
..,, ,.,| IYI. L'T. -..lliii.--; I..
\] ,,,., Ne York Oty '.v
quo, Eskennsl, ;i barber,
.,.I ,,|.-:it. , ..,i bervhop here Hi win n
uOMi member of Scottish Rile
ni ,11!,. ,,n Elk, m. nili. i i.l
jllBn i.i.ii-- I8. Hi' Ik lurvlved
[iy wlf Marie; two sons.
11|. ,.i lakeland, and Jack
V i'.; :i dauuhti'i, S.\ bil
j Kskenaal "I' .Miami: three
[lip)lhi *, Isaac, Morris anil .lark
, \ two slaters, Mis. Sin-
I.,. ,.f New Bedford, Mass.,
Mil. 'ennle Pinto of Bl.....klyn.
j.lM, n m'aii'h'hihlren. Servleel
lil Mar, l. In Gordon Fun-
|,l:. nine followed by Masonic
- : "
EIGEL. Muni-. I\ of ti^' 1 Baj Dr.,
,i.....cr. J. Service! in Boston
lltlVI !
-RCR. l-mi". *. 'f 1""" KW llth
|.-i .lamia..-. >Ii.-1 Mar. Riv-
en
OWMi Miry Ami, 18, of 3170 8W
ITth died Mar. S. Cordon.
.TLfi Irvlnir, 70, uf 1301 Collins
[_\M -. rvii.'s in New York, Rlv-
irz ...:.-LI i.. 56, of 171.' NE l2nd
| rilde.
|ist mviiI. 84, of 1240 Euclid Ave.
- in Cincinnati. Riverside.
DOKENDER. Mr-. Rose, T:-. of 7330
III," u A v Services in N.w
Rivenlde.
kRC ; Jack, !?, .>i v;:. i:. Rd) Hur-
i:i\ .-i side.
|rn Lillian, 7", of 39K! -..11111-
[\\. S'. -Will. III.
ih'j :.i-i', 12, of 1436 s\v itli St
[-':rNER. Mr- Hetty, ::;. of l-'ll
Ave. Newman.
,ic-' Bertha, 'i:'. of 1343 folllne
|\\. Klversldi .
fEiv ETZ. Benjamin, 71, of 933
Ave. Newman.
[irre Pauline s.. ;, ,.f 1771 I-..I-
Riveralde
)ILMAN, Mrs. Anna, 84, of nil
Ave, Kervk-ea in Montreal,
t ;Ivei .-ill.-.
Ran: Frank E., 71, "1 :i"i fol-
1 ... Services in New York
|:.. !..
JM\ Mrs A.I.I.-. 71. of 736 Col-
lini > New ma n
^EISCMIR, Mrs. llerthn, 74, uf 833
Ave. Serviced in Brook-
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>*'. CK. Edward, 16, of 210 KW
\ e. Srivlces in New York.
^Sh Florence, 66, of *::7,> E,
.11 bor 1 'i Kervic. In 1 ill
Ma Riverside.
^Bi-DFF, iKidore, 84, ..I ::i" Col-
. S< rWcei in Ni v..1 k
3SE-. AUM. Abraham, ^". .1 l'7:"
\\. Si 1 \ i, in New York.
|SAF ,. I.ill ,11. 71, ..I 1I-.7T Po|.
lins / s, 1 \ i, ... in 1 mill In, ( 'an.
IIIVI I.-.
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\ ni." 1 1 A\. .. died reb 29 Itlv-
)BA- lildor, 77. ..I 1573 SW itli
1 Peli. 29 Gordon.
kXviN. li, mi. tt ;, ,.f ,._' >\\
.' died Fi I' ::. Rlvi rside
|SLC '. II. a. 89, of 11 NE Mb
I !' !.. :'-. Hi.1.1..11
BE-. BLOOM. Mrs I'll..la. 7x, ..1
t- 1 Ave. Si'i Vices 111
u. Itn.i-i.l..
fPE* Arthur, 21. of 161 S\V l.'inl
in s. n......... I 'a
k1- S ON. M -. 1 'Inn n, 79, ,., r."
Si Service! in IiriHikl) n
l\'. ;TEI,N. M.irrln, 32, of KSII s
Si vi..- hi I l.ua lui ,1.
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CHANGE
MOVE UP TO A
LAMELESS
Ave. Ben li in llrookl; n, Rlv-
r-iili'.
BURAK. Elian, 80, ,.1 |X40 .la..... \%.
Services in !'. ekiklll, N.Y. 1 ;..i
JOSEPH. H.ixi.l. 63, ni 18*5 Polllm
Ave. S.i 1 a,-.- in Toronlo, ran
NiU man
LICHENSTEIN. Mr-. Miphie 67 ol
1460 Gcenn In- Kervicex in' I'a',, I,.
ok lie, N.Y. Klvervlde
SCHWARTZ. Abraham, v., .,; s*;,
Washington .\v.-. Heixlcev in N,
York 1 lord m.
SEIGEL. Jack, IT, ni 1950 BW 33rd
Am. Services In I'at. 1.-..11. N..I.
Oordon.
MiLLER. Mi- Elhel A., 71. ..I 1230
Ocean In., died l-ili. 27. Services
in Far Rockaway, N.Y. Rlvi-tside.
CAHN, Rubin, 71. of i:.i.". Collins \\.
Services in New York. Newman.
SHAPIRO. Mrs. Lena, 71. ..I 2380 1 "I
lin- A vi s.-. vici in Ne York.
Rlvi rilde.
COONIN. Israel, 7'.. of m S\V 25th
St.. died I" I.. _".. Hi rdon
SARTORIUS. Mr-. Porlnile, 76, of
2S03 KW 4th Si., died ri b. :'".. Rlv-
eralde.
COHEN. Israi 1. 73, of 1334 Alt..n ltd.
Riverside.
FELOMAN, .1. ,iiu. .... ,,| K95S i'iiKI.
Ave, S.r\i.-.- in Phlca(o. Blank.
KLAHR. Jacob, fc.. ,.i lilu -,li s,
Blank.
BARRON. Mortis St., '. "I 2333 S\\
L'ltli si., died I-li.. :'". Uordon.
PEARLSON Mr.- Hotly, .'. uf IS00
l'.tli si. Riverside.
SCHWARTZMAN. M.11111.I 88, of ."l"
I". nn.-v hania Ave, Services in
Brooklyn. Riverside.
UNGAR, Mr- I'liu. mi. of 953 BW Imli
St. Uordon,
GlNSBURC. Herman, 1:7. of i.'.i Col-
IIiih Ave., died Peb. 24. Riverside,
GREENE, l.i.iis Millon, 75, of B3U0
KW 79th St.. riled Keb. :l. Services
in N.Y.C. Uordon.
COHEN. Samuel, 1,7. of I".'-''. Collins
Ave Services In Brooklyn. Rlv-
eralile.
DUBROFSKY. Philip, 7^. .1 Ml
'.....an I ii Services in Montreal,
Can. Riverside,
GUSEWICH. Samuel, -':. of 536 lmli
Si Rlverslile.
KAUFMAN. Mrs, I'.inni,' Welse..... 1^-
H', 7o. ..I 953 ""olliiis Ave. Services
in New York. Riverside.
KESSEL, Mm. Rebecca, 87, of 1451
' i.i an I n\ s.. 1 \ 1, lii lEoston
Riverside,
KIMELBLATT. Israel, 91, 22411 s\v
Hiili St Servlci iii lironx, Ri\ -
eraldi.
KOREF. Mrs. .Mathilda, n:'. ,.1 1611
Meridian Ave. Services in New
York. Riverside,
MORGEN. Herman II., 61, of 1830 NE
112ml Si. Services In New York
Riverside.
ROLAND. Louis B., of ::; ] Harden
Ave. Services In New Yoik. Rlv-
eralde.
LEVINE. Morris, mi. of ii" sw 52nd
Ave., dl< il Peb. l'v 1 li rdon
ZITREEN. Harry, 1:7. ..t lu Pros-
pect 111 Riverside.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 70/22 Acts of 1941
File AA-21214
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
'a].. Sable i.r|i.naii..ii. holder ol
Countv Tax Sal,. Certificate No 862
Issued Hi. I-' ilnj of .Inn.-. A.li 1901,
ha- filed sain..... ni) office, a'nl hill
in.ol, ;,|,|,ln I I 1 'li fl r a la\ deed I
he Issued thereon Said (Vrtlficati
i inliiac-s rh" fnlliiwlntl dpsc IIhmI
in..| 11 \ in the Count.! of Hade, State
oi Florida, lo-wlt:
E I'" Pi M 1. ol W S77.6 It \l I.
..f s I.'.11 Pi of N\V l-l of SW 1-1
uf SW 1-4 Li -- S 23 Pi Section
84, Township '- South, Raniti U
East, containing 06 Acres more
, .- in 1 he 1 'ount; "i I 'aih .
Blab I Plorldn,
The tisses- mi ill -11 Id |iro|ert>
iiinl.i in.- said certlfli was In the
name of Sldm v C '"i" 1
t'i>1< -.- said nili. at. shall In re-
deemed necor Una t" Ui\\. the i>i i" rtj
desi 1 'I" he .111 ill be .-..l.l to tin-
hluhesl I.i.hi.-i :ii ill. Colin llmis.-
door i'ii 'In rii 1 Monda> in the month
of April. 1961, Which is tin lit ll ila>
.a April, I9l.
I 'ai.il this .'ill day nf Man h, 1964.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Ciiiiit. liailc County, Plorldn
11 Ircuil -iil-l S. all
By R. M I.EEPER, I 1'
:: .;-1 1-20-27
This Emblem
Identifies Your
Welcome Wagon
Sponsors.
SE Pharmaceutical
Assist Project
By a proclamation of President
Lyndon B. Johnson. Poison Pre-
vention Week will be observed
throughout the United States from!
Mar. 15 to 21.
.Members of the Southeast Flor-
ida Pharmaceutical Assn. will co- i
operate with the American Phar-
maceutical Assn., the American i
Medical Assn.. and the U.S. Public
Health Service in calling the at-
tention of the public to this na-
tional problem.
Members of the Florida State
Pharmaceutical Assn. Speakers
Bureau, addressing PTA and Civic i
Organizations, will emphasize poi-
son prevention among children.
Sid Bcskind is chairman of the
pharmaceutical committee, andj
Ben Saks, secretary SE Pharma-;
ceutical Assn.. is handling the i
speaking assignment.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Dade County CPA's
Add New Members
Albert J. Beer, president, Dade
County Chapter. Florida Institute
of Certified Public Accountants,
has announced receipt of official
notice from Clifford C. Beasley,
managing director of the state or-
ganization, that Claude Lazare
Richcl, Coral Cables CPA; San-
ford Canlan. and Edward L Con-
dron. Miami CPAs; Harold A. Se-1
dacca. Miami Beach CPA. and
Alan Fiske, South Miami CPA; and
Raymond Alfred Bookman, North
Miami Beach CPA. have been
elected to membership.
Membership in the statewide
organization is based on high
standards of technical, moral, and
professional attainments. The Flor-
ida Institute of CPAs correlates its
professional activities with those
of the American Institute of CPAs.
Only persons who hold certificates
issued by the State Board of Ac-
countancy are eligible for active
membership in the Florida Insti-
tute of Certified Public Account-
ants.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THf COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. I NPROBATE
No 61748-A
iii i:i-: i:m.i!.--i.i
BERTRl'.M H ROOERS, SI!
|l.i'.a-.',l
notice to creditors
To A'l Vedltiii and All Pi
i- i a.ii..... I main I- Against Snld
i: tnte
Y,.,i aii- hctvl v notified an.I re-
quired i" iirewnl tiny claim* unit
demnnds wlii-li >nu limy hnve intaltml
. : HER ri:l\M II. RIMIERS,
S!l deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, l-"|.-I iila. i.. tli. County Judges
,.i Hudi <',..iiii.-. an,I filo tli.' same
In duplicate ami a- provided In Sei -
ii.,n 7:i:i.lfi, li.. i.ia Statutes, in their
offices in tli-' County Cnurlhi...... in
I ,.|. i '..nun Plorldn. within -i\ cal-
endar months from tin- lime Ihc
ii- -i publli aii..n li. i..!'. i r tli.' same
will I., barred.
Hated ai Miami. Plorldn. this 4tll
.lav .a March, A.D, IM4,
ciiai!i.i:s e. ltocrus
As Admlnlstrntor
i-"ii-.-i imblicntlon ol tiii>- notice on
iii. nth day of March, IMH
SHEV1N, <:< H'.MAN \ HOl.TZ.MAN
Hy: SYLVAN N. llnl.TZAI.W
Attorney for AdmlnlHliiitor
'.; s. > 1.1,1,1 Building
Miami S2, Florida
:: 8*1.1-20-27
H
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MODERN
AUTOMATIC
CLEANER
COOLER .
FASTER
SAFER
>ur appliance dealer
ifless &&/seM>
firs CMCtpt*, root
JA POWER I LIGHT CO.
Una builo rionioA
TO SERVE YOU
IS OUR PLEASURE
Ed. J. Yischi
Real Estate in
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12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE
Phone PL 4-4661
Firms of prestige in the business
and civic life of jour community.
FIRM* INTERESTED IN
SPONSORSHIP, PIEASE CAU
HI 8-4994
FOR BITTtK HFAITH VISIT TH
MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE
PHYSICAL THERAPY
BODY CONDITIONING
GENERAL DIAGNOSIS I X-RAY
C0L0NIC IKIilCATIONS
ULTRA SONIC THERAPY
CABINtTS and MASSAGE
7235 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone PL 7-7234
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 6C854
In CK: Kstaio t
ATTIL.lt I I'l-.MAl: r< i MA Si III.
I i li -as. il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All IVrsons Hat -
in;'. Clnims or Demands AKainsi Said
KMal. :
v......re hereby notified ami r. -
niiiii'ii to |ii">i'tit any olalms and
demands which \ou may have nyalnat
tin. estate of ATTIUtJ URMAIl I'll-
MAm'IH. deceaaed late of Dade t'oun-
ty, I lor Ida, to the Countj Judges of
Dade County, and file the bi...... in I
duplicate and na provided in Section
7:i::.iii. Klorlda Btatulea, in their of-
flees In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within -i\ cal-
endar months ii..in tli,- time ni the
firm publication hereof, or the same
win in barred.
Dated ut Miami, Florida, this -ttli .
day of .March. A.D. 1964.
SANKOItli S. KAf.VCi:
Am Bxccutor
First publication of this notice on
th- i;th day .,f March. Hull.
K.U-.Vli:. FINK A- 1. iti.M AN
Atti.i in \ s for tCxecutor
1 "- Consreaa Bldg., Miami, l-la.
3 B-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CI.ANCERY
No. 64C 2378
ELBA !: il inn ill-:/. UARCIA,
Plaintiff,
- V.s -
I.IIS A. OARCIA,
1 i.f.iiil.iiit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l'i i I.IIS A. OARCIA
i'all. IS, No. .I
I'arci'la .".. Manzana 71
Itpto. II ihia Comereltil
Ouanabacoa, Habana
l "lll.a
Vin ARK IIKHKBY NoTlPIKD
th.u a ('omplnlnl for Divorce has
lie. n filed aKainsit you and yim are
riiiiiii.il in serve a cop) of your An-'
sw. r mi tic I'lulntlff's .Mi..no.v.
itnVAl. l-"t..\:: JON'AK, :'.'" 71sl
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, 13141,
and til.- th.- i riuinal Answer in the
Office of tlii- Clerh of tin- Circuit ,
Court mi or before th.- Blh da3 uf
April. 1'ii'it. If .\on fail to do s... Ihe
ulli'iiations .a' said t'omplalnl win be
taken is confessed by you.
DATED this -ti'l da> of March,
l:'.:i
K B. I.RATHRRMAN, Clerk
18} : C. IV i'iM'KI.ANH,
Depul) Clerk
:: B-13-2-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2294
aihi:i:y v. kirkfatiuck
F'lalntlff,
-\'s-
DAVID F KfRKPATRICK.
I i. i.n.lanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tu: DAVID F. KIRKI'ATRICK
Binln, llllnolf
You, Pnvlll F. Kilkn.'i i I'ii'U. an-
il, i.i.> notified thai ii Bill of t'om-
plalnl for l 'h...... has I" in filed ;
against you, and y..n are l'i'i|i: ii't il
in serve a copy uf your Answer "i
I'leadlllK to tin- Bill ul i".....|d 'i'ii mi
th.' Plaintiff's attorney, AIXSI.KK
Ft, I nil.'. Suite :'"L'-L'iil 1313 S.W.
I...I.mi.- Road, Coral (lahies, Kloridit
;::i".i ami file Ihe original Answer oi
Plcndiim in th.- fii ol tin- i 'i.i k
"( i h. i 'Ircllll an i u" or I" "i -
tin '.iii ilaj of April, l!"ii. If v.'ii
fail In il" .-. .iinluiii.iii by default
III i.. i iken uRalnsi j nu foi the i -
lief demanded In thi Bill of Com-
plninl
This notice slutll be published once
each week fot i^uv consecutive weeks
in Tin: JKWISH FI.ORID1AN
ImXi: AND i d!l'i:i:i:ii at Miami,
|i'li rida, t!ii> L'^tli day of hebruary,
A.D. r.-'l
K II IJCATHElt.MAN, Clerk,
I Ircuil Court, lia'i. County, Florida
ii 'Ircuil I'oiit i s. ,.li
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3 $-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62049-B
In RE Estate of
AllirS'l'A l.l I'.ASi'l.
I leceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltoi and all Person*
llavlna Claims or Demands Aiialnsl
s.i id Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have acaln-t
lli. .-la.....f AI'i;l"STA l.l ISAM'I
.ii 'i as.d late iii Dade County, Floi
ida. t" the County .IuiIkis uf Dnde
County, an.I flic tlio sanii- in dnpli- j
cats and as provided In Bectloti 733 16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
the Countj Courthouse in l>ad,- Coun-
ty, Florida, within six cnlendai
months from the time of the firs,
imlilii-atiuii hereof, or the same will
Em i.. : red.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2th
,lav ..I February, A.D. IN4
l.oi'S l.l BA8CI
As Administrator
First piiblii'iition of this tiotii',' i ii i
the "th day of March. IM4
stli:\IX. i.....UMAX ,\ HOL.TZMAN |
l'..\ : Kylvan N. Ilolt/.man
Atlorne) for Administrator
34(1 Seybuld BiiiblliiK
Miami :.'. Florida
:: 6-13-20-J
NOT,CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is- HEREBY (11VBN that
the iiinl.islmi.il. deslrimt to enRaue In
business under tin fictitious names
of IK.VTKAI. CAHPHTIN4I: CEN-
TRAL l-l.ii"i: I'oVERINti; CEN-
TRAL i Ai:i'i:i" SERVICE: CEN-
TRAL CARPET CDEANINll at Suit"
BIO, ISO Lincoln R.....I Mall, Miami
Beach, Florida, Intends to register
said names with Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court "f Bade County, Flor-
ida.
RALPH TALARIfti
Sole owner
SILV ERSTEi \. K VVITN K V
ami t;orin.-s
Attorneys for Applicant
By: Paul Kwlttiey
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
8/<-13-SO-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62407-A
in RE: Estate "f
BE881K DICKLER PETTER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltois and all Persons
Havina Claims *,v DemnnHfc A-
s.ini Batate:
Vuu arc hereby notified and re-
quired t<> |.i.'-Mt tiny claims and di
mands which viiu ma> !i iv. amiim-i
iln estate of BESSIE DICKLER
PETTER deceased late of Dad.- Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges ol
Dade County, and ul. the same in
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.10, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in iii- County Courthouse i
I >ail<- County, Florida, within si\ cal-
endar months from tne time ..f th^
first publication hereof, or the same
will I..- barred.
Dated at Muni. F.orlda. this 2nd
d.n i if March. A.D. IM4.
SIDNEY -I. DICKLER
A.- Executor
First I'lildiiM liuii ut thi- not > "-i
Hi. ..ill ila\ of March, iih.i
HAl'NCE, KI.VK' .*.- r'UI'.MAN
Atlorne} t"i* Kv ni",
I : i "uiut'i'ss Blilir.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62310-B
In HE; Estate uf
LENORK S, FRIED\YAI.l>,
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tu All i i.'.lit..,- ami all Persons
llavinu Claims > Demai.ds Agalnsi
Sai.l Estate:
You are herein notified an i r.
quired t" in.-, ni tin] .lain- and de-
mands which you may haw attain
tin estate of LENDRE s KBIK1>-
WAl.n. ii...-......I ktte uf Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, tu tlii- Count] Judaes ol
I lad. County, and file tli. -ami- in
duplicate ami as |ro\ iili'il ill S.i'.i"
733.10, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in th.- fount) i'oiii thuusi- a
I ul, Count> l-luriila. within si\ I-
, tular months ft 'in tin- time "f i'i
first publlcHtion hereof, or the same
will li,- barred.
I Uiti il at All mil, Florldu. n Ird
.las i'i March. A.D. I4.
t!E< IROK FRIEDU" VLI
\.- Executor
I'irsi inil.ii. ni. n iif tin. mil i .
Hi. Lib ib.v u1 March, IH01
in HiERT II. rii \l Rill
All..i i e> I,..- I s;.,ii
II3.'. A I. dill'on I Buildlnv
Miami ::.'. I- l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61963-C
In RE: Estate of
SARAH LAPIDEs.
Deceii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditn an,l all l'. rsons
IlllVllm i 'lain; I......in,Is A.
.-a oi Estati .
You an- b I.i not i-.l an.I r. -
quired tu present an> claims a id !- -
ni.iinis which .' *^' mn> h\- aaalnsi
I......lati .a SAI! v II l..\l'll'i:s. di
ecus, .1 la I.- uf Dade Count) Florldu
tu lb,- l",,un,.\ .ItldKes ul I ia.I.- Colin
ly, ami fil. th,. snnie in dupltcato
ami a- pi nvUli .1 in s.-. ...n ;.;.; I.
hurldn Statutes, In their offices in
tb. fount) Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within si\ cnlendai
months Hum th.- time of Ihe flrsi
publication hereof, or the san,,- w'il
I.i- Iiair.il
I luted at Mi iml, l"l.....la. tlii- 24th
da) uf Februarv, A.I'. I04
ABE LAPIDES
As Administrator
Kb si publli ai i'ii .a this ina.....i
Hi. tlh da) of March, l0i.
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GLORIA MILLER, his wlfi
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"Jewish Floridian
fjanu. Florida, Friday. March 6. 1964
Section C
Silver Menorah
Club Announced
Announcement of the inaugura-
tion of the Silver Menorah Club of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, in which all donors of $1,000
and over to CJA will be conferred
membership, was announced by
Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1964 Combined
Jewish Appeal chairman.
Noting that the Menorah is a
symbol of light and understanding,;
"a perfect correlation for the role
of CJA in the community and'
throughout the world." he present-
ed the first plaque to Sidney Lef-
court. president of Federation.
Sidney D. Ansin (left) receives congratulations from Gen.
Z. A. Evans, last year's campaign chairman, on his election
as United Fund of Dade County campaign chairman for 1964.
Ansin is president of Sunbeam Television Corp.. operators
of WCKT, Ch. 7. He will head this year's UF drive in sup-
port of 39 community service agencies________________________.
Bureau of Jewish Education Presents
Awards to Essay-Art Contest Winners
Housing Authority
Elects Fine
Martin Fine, chairman of the
Miami Mousing Authority. WU
elected first vice president of the
National Housing Conference dur-
ing its annual meeting in Wash-
ington. D. C.. this week.
Fine. 36-year-old Miami attor-
ney, has been a director of the na-
tional group three years and chair-
man of the Miami Housing
thority since April, 1961. He was
first appointed to the MHA in 1957.
Fine is noted for his work on
behalf of the Miami area's senior
citizens. During his MHA chair-
manship, four specially-designed
projects, totaling 470 apartments,
were opened and another, with 322
units, placed under construction.
Ambassador Michael Comay (left) presents to Dr. and Mrs
Philip Gotlieb, of Coral Gables, the Society of the Founders
Award from the American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Looking on are (center) Charles Charcowsky, of Miami Beach.
Founder for whom the entry square of the university is named,
and (right) Lionel R. Bauman, of New York, national president
of the American Friends.
Gables Couple
Give $25,000 Gift
To Hebrew Univ.
Awards were presented last of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-,
Keek to winners of the annual Es-| tion
say-Art Contest of the Bureau Of After a short demonstration of
Jewish Education by Ainslee Fer- Hebrew achievement, the Cham-
. :t of the Florida Department of pions of 14 schools m Grades 2, 3
the Jewish War Veterans, co- and 4 of Hebrew departments.
sponsors of the contest. awards were made to the follow-
First prize in the Essay Contest ing:
was won by Karen Steinberg, of
'tmple Beth Am, with her essay
Andrew Schulman.
Lillian Wald. Angel of the
..-: Side." Second prize went to
S-.-'aron Beverly Fogel, of Temple
; in Am. for her essay, "Loved by
IRebecca Gratz."
Third priie was taken by Mar-
cy Schiff, of Tempi* Bath Am.
*or her assay, "Henrietta Szold."
Fourth priie want to Dabocah
Cindter, of Bath David Congre-
gation, with har biography of
Haym Salomon."
Fifth prize was awarded to Mar-
. R. Feld. of Temple Beth Am,
- her poem describing Leonard
Bernstein, "Let There be Music."
Honorable mention was given to
reffrey Lawrence Rosenberg and
' ice Henrctis. of Temple Beth
km.
First prize in the Art Contest
won by Jeffrey Weiss, who
presented his class at Temple
Beth Shiran for Mosaics of the
2 Jewish Tribes. Second prize
was awarded to Lawrence Forman,
11 Temple Beth Am, with his post-
;rize went to David Shields, of
''tmple Beth Am, for his painting
I Albert Einstein. Jane Free-
an. of Temple Israel, won fourth
:rize with her drawing of Sandy
Koufax. Fifth prize went to Shcl-
lej Bier, of Beth David Congre-
'ion. for her composite of por-
Iraits. Honorable mention was
warded to Robin Corenblum, of
"imple Beth Am. and Jill Wein-
' r. of Temple Israel.
Judges in the contests included
Youngermao. Charles Jac-
A. Melvin Morris, local
artists; Harry Simonhoff, local his
twian; Leo Mindlin, editor of The
h Floridian; Emanuel Man
I ar.d Ainslee Ferdie. of the
da Department of the Jew-
J"h War Veterans; and Louis
kchwartzman, executive director
Hill Abrams,
David Sup.
Bath David CongregationHenry
K. Rosenkranz. Barry Young. Ber-
nard Perlmutter, Lisa Hopkins,
David Berman. Toni Feinberg.
Bath Torah CongregationLarry
Kahn. Mildred Katz. Rose Bcrson,
Russell Bookbinder. Amy Dean,
Robert Elfenbein.
Ftagler GranadaLois Rosen.
Janet Bush, Bruce Marnier. Ken
Siegel.
Israelite CenterBen Kevin, De-
borah Green, Alan Ezrin. Paul
Greenwald, Barbara Plotkin, Gor-
don Bridger.
Temple Beth AmJanis Gold-
stein, Paul Steinhardt. Lawrence
Forman, llene Shore.
Temple Beth SholomDenise
Baker.
Temple Emanu-EIRalph Miz-
rahi, Olivia Levin. Mark Sossin.
Steve Carlin. Sherry Gertlcr. Mir-
iam Radutsky.
Temple MenorahDeborah Jac-
obson, Jonathan Nelson, Andrew
Rubel, Alan Ett.
Temple Ner TamidGail Kauf-
man, Lisa Breslow, Michael Free-
man' Yaffa Moriber.
Temple JudeaN e a 1 Balber,
Mark Harrison.
Temple Or OlomPaul Gold-
stein, Neil Einhorn. Paul Kressel,
Sandra Hersh, Jay Chavin. Ira
Gleiberman.
Temple Zamora-A d r i e n n e
Siegel. Sue Lederman, Ra(
Shapiro, Howard Monhoff.
Louis Schachter. Harvey
man.
Temple ZionJack Levine. Dav-
id Brown. Wendy Robbins. Adrian
Altersoy.
A short business meeting pre-
ceded the award* with Joseph
Cohen, president of the Bureau,
presiding.
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gotlieb, o\
Coral Gables, have announced a
Foundership gift of $25,000 to the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Au-' allocated a portion of the gift for'
the room of the head of the De- ;
partment of Solar Energy.
According to Dr. Gotlieb. "solar
energy may eventually provide the
answer to economic sources of
fuel, not only in sunny desert
areas, but also through efficient
ways of transport and storage to
outlying communities important to
the protection and the develop-
ment of Israel."
At the recent Founders' Lunch-
eon of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University, Ambassa-
dor Michael Comay presented Dr.
and Mrs. Gotlieb with a Founder
Award "in recognition of their
vision demonstrated in the support
of the building and research pro-
cram of Israel's renowned institu-
tion of higher learning."
A retired physician. Dr. Gotlieb
was one of the charter members
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University in the Greater
Miami area, and is presently a
member of the board of the South
Florida Division, as well as hon-
orary president of the American
Jewish Physicians' Committee, the
medical arm of the American
Friends.
Bay Harbor Island Mayor
Shepard Broad has beer*
elee'ed president of the
Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce. Mayor Broad is
preoident of American Sav-
ings and Loan Association
end an attorney here.
Ben
Fisher
Dubbin Qualifies
For Reelection
Rep. Murray H. Dubbin, quali-
fying for reelection to the House
Of Representatives in Group 6.
announced he is "running on his
record of achievement in the Flor-
Ki.i legislature."
He pledged to finish the job
initiated as a freshman legislator
"by continuing my work to bring
clean industry and a fairer re-
turn Of the tax dollar to Dade
County."
Dubbin's supporters cited
"his leadership in introducing
several important bills including:
Refugee Resettlement Bill, Re-
i peal of Inventory Tax, After
Care for Delinquent Children,
Industrial Revenue Bond Finan-
cing Act, Repeal of Boat Tax,
Conflict of Interest Bill and
Teachers Professional Practices
Act."
Prior to serving in the legisla-
(ture. Dubbin served as a Special
Assistant Attorney General in
i 1962. and as Special Counsel to the
1 Dade delegation in the second Re-
apportionment Session of the leg-
islature in :962.
A member of a pioneer family
who came to Miami in WU, Dub-
bin i> a partner in the law firm
of Dubbin. Berkman and Dubbtn.
He is a graduate of the Univer-
sity Of Florida, is married and has
four children.
Awards to the winners of the annual Essay-Art Contest of the
Bureau of Jewish Education are presented at Temple Emanu-
EI. Awards, made Feb. 17, were also distributed to school
champions in the annual Hebrew Vocabulary Bee. Left to
righ*. are Ainslee Ferdie. of the Florida Department of Jewish
War Veterans, co-sponsors of the contest, giving the first prize
award in the Art Contest to Jeffrey Weiss, representing his
class at Temple Beth Shirah. Louis Schwartzman (rear;, Bu-
reau executive, who conducted the Vocabulary Bee, looks on.
Rabbi Gross
Addresses Group
Annual luncheon of the Daugh-
ters of Israel was held Tuesday
at Waldmaa's Hotel.
Guesl speaker was Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal of
the Hebrew Academy oi Greater
Miami.


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Fridcy. March 6. 1964
Rudnick On
Rassco Board
Louis B. Rudnick of Coral Ga-
bles, a national vice president of
the Zionist Organization of Ameri-
ca, and a governor of the National
Board of the Israel Bond Commit-
tee, hag been appointed a director
ot the board of the Rassco Israel
Corp.. one of Israels largest de-
velopers, according to Mordecai
Stern, managing director.
Rassco was originally set up 30
years ago by the World Zionist Or-
ganization to lay out and stock
farm communities tor middle class
German Jewish refugees.
With the creation of the Jewish
State, its activities have increased,
and although Rassco still main-
tains some agricultural holdings,
it has today become one of Israel's
leading Investment companies.
Rudnick is also a member of the
Israel Investment Corporation Ad-
visory Board, a founder of the He- llliv(,rsllv am) of Technlon aN
brew University of Jerusalem.
member of the hoards of the as a P"< '"airman of the Creator
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. Miami Zionist Organization o t J
American Friends of the Hebrew America Presidents Counc
LOUIS RUDNICK
Success of the reception honoring Dr. E. R.
Piore, vice president of IBM, in behalf of the
Belfer Graduate School of Science of Yeshiva
University is reflected by (left to right) Dr.
Piore; Arthur B. Belfer, member of the Board
of Trustees of the university; Charles Frost,
charter science fellow of the Belfer School;
Max J. Etra, chairman of the Board of Trus-
tees; Dr. Samuel Belkin, Yeshiva University
president; and Jack S. Popick, Miami Beach
leader of the university. Reception was held
Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Ex-Nazi Avows 'Catholic Aid in Escape'
Insurance Exec Gives Lectures
Marshall I. Wolper. CLL. ot the zona State University in Tempe,
Marshall Wolper Company. 420 Ariz.: the Phoenix Country Club,
Lincoln Road Mall, delivered a Phoenix. Ariz.; and the Albuquer-
series of lectures at CLU Institutes I que National Bank. Albuquerque,
sponsored by the American Society Before returning to Miami Beach,
ol Chartered Life Underwriters, Wolper spoke on the same -nliject
Bryn Mawr, Pa. before private groups m Flint and
His engagements included Ari- Detroit. Mich.
I.IMBIRG Dr. Hans
Hefelmann, charged with complic
ity in the murder of persons in
Germany deemed by the Nazi re-
gime unfit to live, testified in his
trial that Catholic church officials
in Austria helped him to escape
to Argentina.
Dr. Hefelmann is the only one
of the original four defendants in
the euthanasia trial to appear.
Dr. Werner Heyde. the chief de-
fendant, hanged himself in his jail
cell last week, 24 hours after Dr.
r'riedrich Tillman. another defen-
dant, jumped or fell to his death
lrom a Cologne office building. A
third defendants. Bernard Bohne,
jumped bail and fled to Argentina
last September.
Hefelmann, 56, testified that
he left Germany for Austria in
1948. He said that, in Vienna,
the Papal Nuncio advised him
to go to Argentina and gave him
his blessing.
Later, he said, he was helped by
Caritas, a Roman Catholic Welfare
Organization, to get a visa for Ar-
gentina. "I maintained contacts| gees, said that Hefelmann proba-i
with the German Jews in Buenos bly used a false name in getting
Aires." he asserted. aid from Caritas The Vatican had'
In Rome, a Vatican prelate who no official comment on the form-
helped postwar European refu-j mer Nazi'.- testimony
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* Hebrew Educators in Statement Calling
For Revising Teaching Standards Upward
Paoe 3-C
Hebrew Educators Alliance ol
|GMMtaaw3ftMni, an affiliate tl (he
National Federation of Hebrew
Teaehen and Principals, this week
issued ;i statement On the need to
improve th< professional status ol
teachers of Hebrew here.
Rabbi Simon Aiulay, president,
said the statement was originally
issued ;it a special convocation ol
the Centri I immittee of the Na-
tional Federation last November in
response to a severe shortage ol
teachers in the New York religious
schools:
The shortage of Hebrew teach-
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public attention at the third
conference of the American
Association for Jewish Edu-
cation in Washington, D. C,
in November, 1956, has stead-
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creasing r-.imber of Jewish com
inunities nave found difficulty in
f\, recruiting teachers for their
1 schools. Many schools are now-
staffed by part-time, temporary
and unqualified teachers.
The Hebrew Teachers Exchange
Program, which has been supply
ing Israeli teachers to American
Jewish schools for two-year pe-
riods, has been at best only a
temporary palliative solution to
this problem.
This, however, does not an-
swer the basic need for a contin-
uing supply of teachers from the
American J e w i s h communities,
who rcquin no special introduc-
tion to students and their educa-
tional need-.
The shortage of qualified He
brew teachers can be alleviated
only through the recruitment and
training ol American young men
and women for professional ca
leers in Jewish education.
However, all efforts in this di-
{ \ Flamingo Chapter Party
Flamingo Chapter. B"nai B'rith
Women. a "Bunco" party
On Saturc.. at the Palm Spring-
Mile meeting room. Mrs. Bernar.
Levitch v..- in charge of reser
ration-.
rection will prove futile as
long as the remunerative as-
pects of Jewish education,
such as salary scales, fringe
benefits and social prestige,
will continue to fall far behind
similar inducements in other
professions, and even in public
school teaching.
The committee therefore con-
clu ed that in order to attract
able young people to Hebrew
leaching as a career it is Impera-
tive that Jewish communities all
over the country make an im-
mediate effort to rai.-e the. pro-
fessional and social status of the
Hebrew teacher. The committee
culls upon the communities to
equalize the salaries and social
benefits of the Hebrew teachers
in their schools to that of teach-
ers in public schools.
The committee specifically calls
upon the leadership of the Bu-
reaus of Jewish Education to re-
vise their codes of practice up-
wards as a first step in this di-
rection.
In addition to Rabbi Azulay,
other officers of the Greater Mi-
ami organization include Miss Net-
tie Goldstein and Meyer Samberg.
vice presidents; Mrs, Shoshana
Spector, secretary; Saul Porush,
treasurer; and David Frcedman.
honorary president.
Executive Committee includes
Benjamin Ben-Arie. Sholem Ben-
I'orath. Hirsch Berman. Mrs.
Gladys Diamond and Mrs. Zahava
Sukenik,
Air Remedies
For Teen Woes
Dr. Ronald Shellow, instructor
of Clinical Psychiatry at Jackson
Memorial Hospital spoke on the
Behavior Patterns and Possible
Remedies for Teen-Age and Adoles-
cent Problems" at the Temple
Beth Sholom Brotherhood monthly
breakfast last Sunday.
Dr. Harry E. Wolk. president,
announced that the Brotherhood
supports youth activities of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
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In honor of Brotherhood Week, members of
the Men's Club of Miami Beach Community
Church are shown as guests of the Brother-
hood of Temple Emanu-El at an interfaith
dialogue between Dr. Irving Lehrman, of
Emanu-El, and Dr. R. Wiley Scott, minister of
the church. Left to right (seated) are Dr. Scott,
Dr. Lehrman, Samuel Seltzer, chairman of the
Temple's Greeting Committee, Dale K. Hovey.
president of the Miami Beach Community
Church Men's Club. Standing are Harold I.
Segal, Brotherhood program chairman; Mich-
ael Sossin, president of the Temple's Brother-
hood; Commissioner Alex Gordon; Herbert
Hooper, music director of Miami Beach Com-
munity Church; and Cantor Hirsh Adler, of
Temple Emanu-El.
West Miami BB Elects Officers
are Val Newman, one-year; Leon-
ard Sorenstein. two-year; and
George Fish has been elected second vice president; Phil Kras Davjd GreenDurjj. inreeyear.
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Friday, March 6, 1964
'.'.embers of the Construction Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal meet at '.he office
c.J E. Albert Pallot. president of Biscayne Fed-
e.al Scvings and Loan, to plan the division's
c.nner at the Imperial House on Mar. 16.
":om left to right are (seated) Don Kaplan,
.-.-.ember of Steering Committee,- Murray Le-
vine, co-chairman of Building Supplies; Al
Pallot, chairman of Construction Division; Ed-
ward Swerdlin, co-chairman of Building Sup-
plies; and Harold Segal, co-chairman of Real
Estate. Standing are Arthur Epstein, co-chair-
man of Builders, and David Fleeman, member
of Steering Committee.
Construction Unit
Plans CJA Push
."'embers of the Construction Di-
\i-ion and its related industries
will hold a Federation dinner on
Ik halt of the 1964 Combined Jeu-
l.-l: Appeal campaign at the Impe
rial House on .Monday. Mar. 16.
(. ocktails will be at 6 p.m., and
dinner at 7 p.m.. it was announced
t>> E. Albeit Pallot. chairman of
tli< division.
i >e Steering Committee of James
A! tert. David Fleeman. Ernest
-I. Oil and Don Kaplan met with
h Pr'lot's office to plan the event.
, 'I know that the Construction
Division and the Real Estate and
related fields have always been
itaunch supporters of Combined
Jewish Appeal's work both at
home and overseas," Pallot de-
clared.
For this reason. I am highly
elated to announce our full sup-
1* rt of Rabbi Irving Lehrman in.
ill.' 1964 drive of CJA through our
event at the Imperial House on
War. 16." he stated.
Helping to plan the Construction
Division's drive and the overall
ision campaign are the follow-
ing, in addition to the chairman
t: J Steering Committee: Robert
T retain, chairman ol Builders;
Ar'hur Epstein and Robert Mer-
ritt. cochairmen; Murray Lcvine.
Sam Lcvine and Edward Swerdlin,
cochairmen of Builders Supplies;
.Morris Lapidus. chairman of Archi-
tects and Engineers.
In the Real Estate Group. Nor-
man Rosen serves as chairman.
.Morton Russack, Harold Segal and
David Sokoi are cochairmen.
Beth Tfilah Unit
Meets Saturday
At a meeting of the Chevra
Mischnayoth of Congregation Beth
Tfilah on Saturday nomination of
new officers took place
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv
presided and the meeting nas
followed by a Mclava Malka. pre-
pared in cooperation with the Sis-
terhood ct Beth Tfilah.
Peoples National
Amends Name
Peoples .National Bank of Miami
Shores has officially changed its
name to Peoples First National
Bank of Miami Shores.
Formal approval on the appli-
cation for the shift in title was
granted this week by the state
controller. The Shores bank was
established on February 27. 1950.
According to Agnes B. Barber,
president, there will be no changes
in administration. Present of-
ficers, besides Miss Barber, arc
Leonard Usina, board chairman:
Edna M. Bell, M. I Walsh. John
A. De Ross. Anthony P. Dallinger.
Ruth D. Johnston. Stanley M. Dav-
is. James YV. Dunaway. and Chris-
tine S. O'Connor, vice presidents.
The Peoples First National
Bank is one of five of the Peoples
group of Greater Miami.
Weiss en born Will
Seek Reelection
State Representative Lee Weis-
, senborn has announced as a can-
didate for reelection to Dade's
Group Four House of .Representa-
tives seat.
The 34-year-old legislator pledg-
ed to continue the fight he waged
during the 1963 legislative session
tor more road and expressway
monies for Dade County.'" and he
also said he would seek "to elimi-
nate the recent increase in the cost
ol automobile license tags
Noting that he had voted against
the license tag increase, Weissen-
born said that "auto license tag
costs m Florida prior to this un-
warranted increase were already
higher 'ban in main other stales.
and now we rank among the high-
est, I am sure thai it we can SUC-
(ciii in knocking out this increase.
we can do SO without adverscl.v .d
fecting the state's economy
Weissenborn said he would
also seek new legislation to pre-
vent the construction of any
more controversial road projects
such as the Naples to Fort Lau-
derdale "Everglades Swamp-
pike." He explained, "I feel very
strongly that it should be neces-
sary to have specific legislative
approval to undertake such a
questionable road project."
In addition to the legislation
Weissenborn introduced in the 1963
session his supporters say "he
sponsored bills to make Dade eli-
gible tor state public schools kin
dargarten monies, to require that
the state spread its bank deposits
throughout all counties, and to
foster the early beginning on con-
struction of the Interama project."
The Dade Countian was first
i*tl
tft WtlSStNBORN
elected to the legislature m th.
1963 special election, defeating 2
Democratic opponent-, and on
Republican. He and his wife. Jud.\
and their three children. Junim :
Carol A. and Stephen 18 month:*
live at 2201 SW 90th Ave He i- ,
attorney and a past president ol
both the Dade County and Stati
idling Democrats.
On Open Mike
Hendrik J. Berns. managing ,-..
itor of The Labor Tribune, is an
chor man for "Open Mike." the
lirst integrated panel discussion
-how on the United Nations. T.'i.
i rogram is broadcast live Sund.i>
evenings from 7 to 9 p.m., ovei
WMBM Radio. Berns is a daily
news commentator for the station
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Friday. March 6. 19S4
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Page SC
Miss America Wed
DENVER - Man
lyn VanDerbur, Miss Anu-ri-
c'a ol 1958. a Protestant, was
marrie3 i" Lawrence A. At-
l,r member of a leading
Denver Jewish family, in a
ceremony at which Kabbi
Joseph Geldman, of Temple
Vlicah, officiated.
The father <>f the groom
,, N'oah Atler, past president
B'nai B'rith District 2 and
;| president "I the Jewish
sumptive Relief Society
\.ked whether she plan-
to convert, the former
M;-. America said, "1 will
Judaism with Larry
Alter that, we'll see."
Twin Double
On Racing Bill
" -in,mi Park, assured the
iorse racing in its history in
response to :i record purse distil-
i oi Sl.77ii.OCHI. .started its 4:;
da\ meeting Wednesday,
Thi fans also will be aiming for
Imh mza called the Twin Double.
p.. offs for a S2 wager may go
(. h.ii as siju.ooo at GuUstream
miu- the Hallandale track will
have the largest Twin Double
pool- ol anj track having used
tin- popular form of chance-taking.
The previous hiEh twin double
pa> off was 179,000. Cullstream's
Twin double will be run on the
filth, -lxth. eighth and ninth races
Admission to Gulfatream will be
rolled back to the 1930 level with
onh ;. $1 tarifl to its newly
created Annex
Highlights oi the racing calen
dar "ill be the Gulfstream Park
Handicap Mar. 21 and the Florida
Di Apr. -4 Each carries. $100.-
Younq Judect Group of Ner Tamid takes first Labovitz, is leader of the group. Miss Alida
prize at an annual conclave held at Beth Krovetz. Also shown (lei* to right) front row
Torah Congregation, where they were named are Liza Breslaw, Janet Rachman, Marlene
"most outstanding Young ludea Group in the Goldstein, and Beth Reizes. Rear are Susan
area" because of first prizes in newspaper, Osakow, Eileen Gordon, Mindy Baskin, Jackie
quiz, attendance and banner contests. Shown Ades.
(right) being congratulated by Rabbi Eugene
000 in added money. The Gulf- both coasts may be found among
stream is a mile and a quarter the nominees for the mile and an
test thai annually attracts the best eighth Florida Derby.
o| the handicap division. Every First race time throughout the
three-year old ot prominence on meeting will be 1:30.
Local Diners Get YIP Treatment
age of local dinners, who now are
rewarded with the newly inaugu-
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transient tourist influx, the na-
tives are whisked, via private
elevator, to the elegant Upstairs
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them and their guests.-"
Greater Miami diners are ac-
corded "preferential treatment,"'
enabling them to bypass the long
waiting -for table lines at Chand-
ler's Restaurant during the height
oi the seasonal dinner rush.
"The year-round success of
Chandler's." according to owner
Lou Itubin. "is due to the patron-
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Friday. March G, 1964
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Abe Eisenberg (third from left) is honored at a testimonial
hanquet Sunday evening at Beth Jacob Congregation. Con-
c.atulating Mr. Eisenberg for his many years of contribution
la Beth Jacob and a variety of community institutions are
(.'eft. to right) Leonard Zilbert, Tom Adams. Florida Secretary
c: State, who was guest speaker, and Kenneth Myers, can-
c da'e for Florida State Legislature. The occasion also mark-
ed Beth Jacob's 30th anniversary. Rabbi Tibor Stern is spiri-
ItfCtl leader of the congregation.
Sentenced for
Bribery in Israel
TEL AVIV(JTA)Yehuda Spie
gel. former deputy director of the
Ministry of Health, was sentenced
this week in district court to one
year in prison for bribery in a con
struction scandal.
Spiegel, a one-time Hungarian
Jewish leader and a leader of the
National Religious Party, was ac I
cused with three other men of de-
manding and receiving bribes in;
connection with the award of aj
contract for the erection of a $10,-
000,000 Government hospital near'
Tel Aviv.
A second defendant, A. Yaron.
a contractor, who was also found
guilty last Monday received a sim-
ilar sentence. He was head of the
Ministry committee that awarded
the contract. The two others were
acquitted. Spiegel was released,
after sentencing on bail of 20,0001
pounds (SG.600) for 20 days pend-
ing an appeal of the sentence. The
Health Ministry had been in charge
of planning and building the hos-
pital.
New Breed Look
In Hair Styles
The newest idea in hair styling.
according to Louis Thomas and
August Pannel. well-known Lin-
coln Road stylists, is the "new
breed look.'" The new coiffure,
they say, is completely adaptable
[or daytime or evening versions.
For daytime, the new coiffure
presents the effect of the English
bowler hat, shaped t<> the natural
contours of the head. A sportive,
mobile bang can be combed
straight down, or parted or swirl
cd to one side. The sides of the
hair arc draped, free t" move bade
and forth.
Meanwhile for evening, a glam-
orous hairdo is easih created by
arranging the sides of the coiffure
sleeked back. Height is added to
the crown section by combing the
hair up at back. The ears are ex-
posed, giving a tall look for the
long, slim neckline. The back of
the hair can be molded into a
seam effect.
The adaptable hair style, ac-
cording to Louis and August, was
launched at the Hair Fashion
REB YANKEL
mm annoon
LEGAL NOTICE
University of Tennesse be-
sowed its top engineering
c .vard on McGregor Smith.
I. orida Power and Light Com-
pany chairman of the Board,
c: the Florida Engineering
Society's annual banquet in
Miami on Saturday. Smith.
the utility's chief executive
c:ficer for a quarter-century,
jiceived the annual Nath-
c.n W. Dougherty Award for
1963 as "Engineer of the
"rear."
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62152-A
in i:i: Kstnte of
SAMl'KL SERVER
1 l.-r. :i-.-'l
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Having Claims or Demands Against
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Y..u are hereby notified and re-
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the udersianed, dealrlnit to entrum li
business under ihe fictitious name
,,i pool) BPOT .it 7400 Red Road,
South Miami, and SMS lllrd Avenue
Miami, Intend! o register -* i name
Hiih Hi. Clerk of the dr. ull Court
,.i i >sw County, Florida,
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Louis and August have salons
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NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
ill. undersign- d, desiring > ngag-
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62155 C
IN RE: Estate .,i
l.nllS ADL.ER
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* Batnte
Tou are hereby notified ami requir-
ed t" present nay claim* and demands
Ol
. MILLER. Lillian v.. of 3MB S\V ITlh
itlt&rieS Ave., .li.-.l Feb. IS. Services in Chi-
rac... Ci.nl.-n.
V. COLF. Mrs. It--.---. 87, --I Iota li-tl JACOBS. .Mr*. Mamie, W, of 7t:i K.th
Services In New York, Uor- s, Newman,
ii ROSENBLOOM, Oscar E., 61, --f MS
S .HERMAN, Stanley, 36, of 6331 BW K. 7"ili si. Service* in New liiuns-
-.-nit Ter., -ii-'i l-'-i- -i". RrversMe. > i-i<. N. .1. Newman,
E .ken. L.-.n. 67, of 600 ft Moore I.. Schwartz. Mrs, Minnie, 54, of :<
.-.I Peb. 19. Services ill New York. Kay Hi. Services In Chicago, New-
. v el .--ill,-. man
KATZ. Jerome B., 65. --f WO (1st St. SINGER, Maud I Tv. ..f li;v", Collins
f-r vices in New York. Riverside. Ave. Services in Chicago River-
H.ilDMAN. Hvninn. HI, of I0J Wash- aide
gton Ave Services in New York. WILLIS, Mrs. Mae, 18, of 1780 S
ruraide. (Tlftdes l>r., ili.-.i Pel), II. Riverside
6C-IOLLNICK. Maurice, 74, of 400 E KOPLOWITZ, Mis Anna. M, ,.| 3030
1.(1" in. Services In Rochester, Keystone Blvd. Services in New
...v. Riverside. Britain, Conn. Cordon.
WOLFE, Maxwell, "-T. of ::."-" s Shore WEINER, Joseph, 72, of r.i BYV 6iith !
I---. Hervtoes in Voronto. Ni-wimm. Av,-. Garden,
EPANDT. Joseph 71. 74, of 170 N\v WEISMAN, Mrs. Fannie, 83, ,.f 643
Hi Av.-., died I-VI-. is sstrvicee Kn.li.i .\\.-. Services m New York I
New York .City. Riverside, i Blasoers
L'CK. Mrs. -N. iii. 74. --f 1*311 th-exel KURZWEiL, Miss /..|.la. I:: f 27:i:,
i rtted Pen. v.-. Services In HW 27th Ter., died rVb. 7. Blank
'"ooklyu. Riverside. MOREIN. l...,ii>. 67, of I6U s\V 30th
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FR 1-8625
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 1903
I'.i -si.VN -: liRAUTZER,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
SIDNEY -ill.M.I rZER,
l -. : ndant,
notice to appear
m:v hr \utzei:
. : Uoean Parkw ay
Rroaklyn, New York
V"l ARE HEREBY NUTIr IEP thai
whirl, you inay'iiai. against ihe"e- '"oinplalnl for Divorce hus
late of Louie Adler deoeuaed in.- of I WrA at.mist you, and y-"i are r.--
Dud.- County, Florida, t > tin. County I ''"'red to serve a copy of your an
Juda/es of Dade County, nnd file Ihe I H*vl "'' P'o*dlnn to the Complaint on
aame in duplicate and as provided in ''" plaintiffs attorneys, Myers, Hel-
Section 733.16. Florida Statute* in '"'" ,v Kaplan, 11 So K.W Plrat SI
their offices In the Countj .... Mi.-n., 36, Plorhla, and file the orig-
in Dade County, Florida, uithln six
calendai months from tin time -f the
first publication hereof, or Hi, sain,
will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this ;
flaj --I l-'.l.i nary. \ .|i. i:,|
III ISE \l i|,i:i;
MM'iiii: ai.|.i:i:
a- Ex< cutors
.Firs" imbllcatlon of this not
Hi- Jlsi da) of February, i:-.i
L.BUNARD I! EtlKRI
1
at Myi 1-. Helman & Kaplan
Alton,. > for Exe< iiii-r-
- "..............A,-, 111'
IL.O s.w pirsi Streei
-Miami 36, Plorld.1
K-SKEL. Isli..... I 7-. ,,f .in:. Royal
. Mm 'Av.-., died nil, 19 s. i \ Ices
I irookly n. Riverside-
S=ector. Abraham, S4, t 12s
- an 111. Services in New V-n k.
kersldc.
LACHMAN. fii-orre, 83, ..I 35SS SW
:'"th Si ,li- I F-l. is <:..i-il,,ii
STRAUSS. Akiu>*, "i "-" Meridian
du-ii F. li. is. i:i\ eriule.
Av.
Ion.
S-TV i-
in St. lailli.-. Oor-
frost, llessie, 7::, ..r 61S Kuclld Ave.,
in-i Peb. 14. Services in i-.-i-m ,
Hills, N.Y. Blank.
OELLER, Nathan, kl', .-f -.-ii [aland
Ave ,li.-,i F.-l.. 15. Riverside,
neiman, Benjamin, 7::. nf |6Ktj
VYashincton Av- died Peb, h
s.-im,,. I'lttsl.urKh Ps 1 -.Lmk
COTTESMAN. San,. 7->, of 3SI Al-u- ARONOWITZ, \tf Sophie, 7" -,f l-'i
an Ave. s rvices in Brooklyn. _S -;i11 Bt. Newman,
BRAMS, Solomon
Dlvd. tiordon
RAPP. Lou
Ave. NVivman.
f rsifl Collins \v. WEiss, jack, "*, died i-.i- Ber-
\}>1>* '" N< w York. Blank.
61, -.r 773 Dade
f 111 Rlvervlew
vet 1
K-SSEL. .l.-.-i-ii 671 ol 11 >:. Mar-
Ill I >r s. v Ices in "l-i. am. Ttiv-
Slllf
RiCH. \l.r-. 61
, vv .:,an
STORCH. .Mi- Sarah, 70, of sou Wash- SIDERMAN, Kniaiil. Riversid.
Ht. n Av. Sei v i, ,,, |-.....lilvn.
. < side.
cchen. urs i',. .ia. 71 ..r ;,:in Par-
Vv,- Si iv Ices in Rocheatei.
' V Kiv.
RtSSEROFF, Benjamin, .;7. c-f 772-1
cling Ave, Service,- in New
- >rk Rlvei-Ade
" CH- '. i-f 1610 i"'-liins
s.rv a es ,1, 'Hk-agii. N'eW-
11
BUBiN. Uamuel a. is, ..r -j:,hi s\v
-- nd Tei tiei v i. > in Montgom-
v. Ala, Gordon.
E-UBER. Mis Her t ha, 7:'. nf IS|
us,ill, Dr., .li.-.l Feb. II. River-
de
EC-IREIBER. Kiank, 71. f 1ft|7
dlan A v. s-i v Ices in New
>rk New in.in
Klein, ai.v, rs. ,,r \nn XE |S7lh
' -li.-.l Peb. 12. Services in New
rk City. Riverside
When your family
celebrates a Special
Family Occasion-
Welcome Wagon Calls
I VVhcn your family celebrates a
[Sixteooth birthday, announces
n engagement or the birth ol
new baby, or moves to a new
home, your Welcome Wagon
Hostess will call wiih a basket
of gifts... and friendly greetings
from the religious, civic |sja
nd business leaders of \^
ourcommuniiy
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YOUR
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PROPERLY
ANSWERED
IS YOUR GREATEST
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Service
SERVING
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FR 3-5581
Inal answer or |ili adlna In th<
-f iln- i'1-rk .-f the nbove styled Court
-.11 ..r I., f.-i. 1I1. j ird .1.1 --i Mnrch,
''"l. In il.i'uiili ..1 wiii-ii tin Com-
plaint for Dlvo w ill 1., ., 1 ., ,
i-onfi -- 'i ujcain -1 \
I' VTKI' iln- .'"li iIhi il I'. 11 .iv.
i'..'.i. iii Miami, lMil.< i'..iiuiv. 1- |i, ids
i: 1'- I.KATIIKKM \\
- "lei k of the Clreuil Court
I'.i-i- Iount) KI011.1.1
li) i' "1 ii-i:i.w 1.
I nitj 1 'I. ik
11-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 61953-B
In III: i:-i.,i,- nf
i:i;\i:st iivi'i: ui.akk
Oeei ..s.-i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All |>ers,.ns
Hnvinu Claims ..- Deniiin.l, AKaiin-taV
Sold Csii.i-
V"ii are hereb) notified and n
quired to i-r. -.-ni .,nv i-lalm and rte-
' "i.in.l- vvlin-h v,,,. .,,.,, 1 1%, .,_.,,,,,i
th.- estate --i Ki:\i:sT iivi-i:
1 I'-l.Alv K, defeated, .11. of l-.,,i. 'oun-
'x ,1'1.....1- '" !' Count) Judge* .-'
Dude County, iwl flu th. name In
duplloat) and :.- proviiled In Set-lion
33.16, l-'l--ii.|,i siniiii..-. m their nf-
n-.-s In the '.-iiniv Courthouse In
itade i-iuntv, Florida, within .-in .-..:
.n.iai- months 1.....< the time ,.f ii.
I ;l,;i' tion hereof, or th. M......
win i. barred,
Dated a] Miami Florida, this 13th
nay ->r February. \ l>. iftKi
\i"i..\ DI.SKN ni.AKi:
As Bxi -
1 1-1 publication of this notice ,.,1
' vl'-'.-.V-'1 ''" ,,r f'el.ruar), 1-,,
CRiSTOU w,:iNII:u
By: A. JAY CRISTOI.
aii.-i-ii.-v f, r-:\,.,.;. I,
l>arte F.-.l-i.,| Hulldlna
-I N R 1st Vv,-
Miami. rToilda
-' I1-2S,
-\i
rJCV
When the occasion orites, phone
HI 8-4994
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MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
CHARLIE NIERZ, Owner
613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034


iy, March 6. 1964
LEGAL NOTICE
*. Imls* fUirndlHar
Page 7-C
IE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62121 B
Estate of
p.VUSTi IN (SRODW< 'III,
| I,-,'.-.!-! il
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
Creditors and All Peraons
I'lRtmfl "i* Demands Against
[ Estate:
, hereby notified and re-
L| i,. |iv< .-. ni anj claims and de-
ls which you mai have against
.-mi. of KINGSTON i; i : i -
II. deceased !..'" "f Dade '.-tin-
Iforlda, to ill*- County Judges ol
< 'iiinii>. ..ml iiii- thi- a.....n
l ;t- pi oi Ided hi s. i n
, Florida Statutes, in their of-
in thi' Count} Courthouse In
County, Florida, within ~i\
Mai months from ihi- time oi
[first publication hereof, oi the
will in- barred.
[i..i ,ii Miami, Florida, this 7th
Februar) \ I > 1964
l :i IN \ c;ri IWi illL
\ I fcecuti i\
1st publication on this notice on
I i'ii (;"- of February, 1*64,
BCBR & MANNHEIMER
Tneys for Executrix
puponl Plau i 'iiiii-r
- ii, si, s, a t
DAYBMU
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Tin: is HEREBY tilVBN that
Undersigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
EN JAY APARTMENTS al 350
{Street, Miami Reach, Florida, In-
to register said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade
iy, l loiida.
Mi IRRIS KACFMANN &
i: AN'NK KM IM ANN, In- wlfi
i .',", i iwnei)
HENRY MAC I'M ANN
ISO' i >ii. i i
ril & MANDLER
fin s for Kaufmunns
111 Cm.I
ni Beach ::. Kim iii.i
TUT
s si-28, 3 n-ia
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ihi: is HEREIIY IRYEN ilmt
,i rii-il. iii -ii Ing iii engngi in
Inue name ol
MARKET .ii :.'-" Douglas
dallies Florida, Intend
f ialil na e 11 Itn thi Clerk
i "lr 'in "on i m I 'ni. Co inly,
M IRIA \l SCHW \RTZ
I'AI'L IHIEINOOLU
I '.II I lit 1 -hlli
' & I
I Plugl Strei |

i -lii|.
2 21 -
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREIIY (ilVEN that
i il, .1. -ii inn !.. naage
-- un I* : the ii- i ii lous name
j IMOND'S IIKli.HTS i IF
ft I X s .ii 14.122 Lincoln Boule-
ii-! Heights, Dade Coun-
Ii mi- -! reglsti r said
JOHN [>. MORDACNT
2 II. 21, 88, : >;
IE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
with the "Miik of the Circuit
of I'm!. County, Florida.
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
[FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE
No. 61686- C
|: Estate '!
)IIN A SAYMAN,
ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III Oi dltoi and All Persons
I claims or Demands Against
Mate:
i, i.- Ii. r- liv not ifToil nn.l : -
-in an; claims and de-
which \..ii may have against '
ate of JOHN A. SAYMAN, de- :
late ..f Dade County, Florida,
County Judges of Dade Coun-j
ni flic the same In duplicate
provided In Section 733.16. j
statutes, in their offli..... in i
.hi \ Courthouse in I lade
\-. Florida, within six calendai
the time '.f the t'iit
un hereof, .n ill.- same will
fc-i-il
I M ami, Floi Ida, thi llth !
lary, VI' 1984.
CLAIRE SAYMAN
\a Exi ii'i i\
nl Ion ..i ihi- nnl i.......
il < *h'uarv. l64.
pi. .\- ROC.ERS
fill EXCCII ; \
Road
I ..II'
2 14. SI, !, : B
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I' IS IIKRKIIY UIVEN ih.H
in il ilexfrins to if
' Ih......i nil mi- name
I -' KISCOl'NT STORE .it
-' t, Miami. Intend
III name Il li the i 'lerk
i' "in t of I lade Coun- i
BY HENRY LEONARD
WARD
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJenist fhrkMan
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
"Please, Doctor, not with a Milchidicke Knife!'
Cm'. 1463, Dr*nw FrtdiKliwii
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T >"=
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Z-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 64C 2138
III'W H.l'll M. ISARV1N,
I'lalntiff,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61949-A
In RE Estate ,.f
II \ I: I: V TELLER,
I ,..!-..,I
NOTICE TO CREDITOR?
To Ml Cn .li'.'i h and All I" nmni
II. i\ iii^ l.urn- or I ii i mi Ik 11. v.i.
Si i iii I'
v i in in lij notified in.! re-
'||||i i .1 i" ].i..-. i.i ,nn ...ii i i tie-
I .' .\ il Il .. ..'.I 111.i- li \.
late ol MA IIRY TELLER, rti

' ml.. Juilgl ..1 I ia.I, i n
same in il
i ,.i ..\ ni>.i
Sin 111 I -. iii lli. ii ofl. ill
; he
Flo da, i h a i\ nil ikiiii
nonI Its fro Ihe linn
eof, or ill
i. .1.
Hilled ai Miami. Kl.....la, III
I.,.. ..: !'. Iii iai v. \ 11. 196-1
I.ORH vim: KRAI SS
v \ii?iiiiii-i ratrlx
Fli -; 11-in of i in- notl.....a
the i ii : day of Febi uai). IH64,
SKVMi .IK l,i X IX IN
I for Aiiiiiini.-i
TT'.' X v\. :,nii Street
.' II. 21. :'<. : 6
LEGAL NOTICE
notice under
fictitious name law
notice is herbby the undersigned, desiring to engage
111 business llll'ler the fictitious nanli
of JOSE It. Ml IRE JON ,v VSSOC
iiioi Inc.,) Til Seybold Building,
SS, Florida, Intend t" i egisti r
said name Ith the "I. rh of ih- C
Courl of Dude County, Florida
JiiSK It. MOREJON
l-ERCY R. Aiilll.A
ROBERT l. Ill.....MBERQ
M rnej for Apiilli'iints
2 I I, 21, I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'i iri'-i: l> HEREBY 11 v EN 'I il
ill. iiit.l. i>i-.iii. d, deslrlnu to i
:n business 'in.I. i ill. ficillinus
,.. | Cl'STOMEIt RELATION SER-
riii.-
- "' vi MERCH wlisi:
ISTRIBl'TORS, INC.
v Florida Corp.
\< iRTl IN
f-r Hmrilcant
' liuildina
2 ii. M, 2S,
..CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
*h,LH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
IRID4 IN AND FOR DADE
fUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 1540
\ l< TORIA I'RQI'IZA.
Pliilntlff,
I,'- ItQCIZA,
mil t.
IVf-Pif PUBLICATION
tji Rlj i lt'MlZA. : i S22 vi,,
"'I > 'I-111 i- i i ,(; s (
I ". Colorado.
,ANI-El. IRQCIZA. II *!!
'."'" ''.....si Ft, car-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 894
ROBERT M MCTZ
Plaintiff
- v --
I'Ari.A MCTZ
I lefelld lilt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tii I'M I. A Ml "I"/
Iti slflence I'nknown
YoU, I'anla Mill/, are In r. Ii\ noti-
fied thai a B411 of Complain! for lii-
Yiiri-e has he. n filed agalnal you, -nnl
> mi .ni required te serve a cop) --i
your \ii-H.i- ..I Pleading t.. Ih Bill
of Complaint on tin Plaintiffs ..!-
tnrm-y, STANLEY I" (lOODMAN,
2BSS X.W. 82 Street, Miami. Florida
:'.::iiT ami file Hn- original Answer or
Pleadlnu in iln nffli of 'h. Clerk of
the Circuit Courl .>n ->i before t1"'
16th da> ni' March, l64. if you fall
to la no, ludgment by di r.uilt ill be
taken against you for Ihe relief de-
manded In the Pill of Complaint
This notice shall hi p ii.li.-in-.I om i i
each v\.. k for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Ff.ORIDIAN
IMlNE \ N 1 OROERED nl Miami.
r ......II, Mil- !"lli dav of Pi In a..i .
A-1 > I'.lfil,
K II LEATIIERMAN Clerk,
Circiili Court, Hade Counl
ii .ni ihi Si all
By; It. II RICE,
I li putv i 'lerk
ST VNI EY IMH Hi.MAN
.;-v \ VV .;"ii.| -
Miami i'''
Oxford I ".;'!
2 I I. 21,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62236-A
Iii RE: Estate of
I \ci IB R< ISBNBEHO k a
.1 \CK 111 iSS a k a I \. K
ItOSENBERiJ,
I lee, a-.. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i vil Creditom an.I All Pi I oni
Having claims or Demands Agninsi
Said Estate:
Y..II an hereby notified and re-
iiiirid to presenl any claims and d< -
mands vrhlch vou may havi agalnsl
the i -i.ii. of .1 Mm'. ROSEXRERii
a k a JACK ROSS a k a JACK RCIS-
ENBERO, deceased late of Dadi
County. Florida, to the-fount} Judges
if l i.iii. County, and file the inn
in duplicate and as provided In
VICES 'i Suite SI", 120 Lincoln
! Mian Reach, Fla inti lids I
. i name with Ihe i '
111, II cuil "HI! Ol I '.ni-' 'ounl>.
Florida
KDWARD I. HERNS Sole i
I' V I I. KWITXEY
Sil.VBRSTI N KWITXEY .v
.;. h .1 iis
.vn..i ne.v s for Aiiplli am
i.'.i Ian. ..In Road
2 11, 21, !S,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 1812
ALTAMEASE RoLLE WRlilHT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JEROME WRIOHT,
Defi ndaiil.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO; JEROME WRKIHT
Residence enknov n
Yoc. jEit-iMi: WRIOHT. are
hereby noMned that ALTAMEASE
Kci.l.i: WRIOHT, has filed a Com-
plaint for Dive..... agalnsl you, and
vou at-.' required i" seryi a oopi of
vour Answer on the Plaintiffs at-
torney, ROBERT ii TUAi'itu:. n;r.
iluPonl Bulldliii, Miami. Florida, and
i"i!,- ih. original Answer in the Of-
i'i. if the Clerk "f the Circull Courl
on .a before the Mth day bf Munii.
|9I i .,tli. i\. i-.-,- the all. Kali.nis in
said Complalnl will be tekeu as con-
fesM-d liy v .'i. and a Decree I'm Con-
i. .... -v ill I..- entered agalnsl you for
- he i. lief prayed for In said 'om-
plailll
f I-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ihe undesigned, desiring to engage
n l.'i- in -- unrti i li, ii, iii I,,,,- ,,
of V VI.| ,v ASS. ICIATES ai 119 N W
*.iiili Street, Miami. Intend t. regls-
i- ml name -> iih ihe i "lei k ..f the
Circuli courl "I Hade Couniv, Flor-
ida.
EMILE Win
I- REI >ll. VV II.I.IA.VIS
RICH tltll HUICKMA.N
MYERS, HEIMAN .v.- KAPLAN
Vitorneys for Vpplicanl
11."" s vv i-i Street
2 94 -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. ,N CHANCERY,
No. 64C 2068
J< ISEPHINE ELLARD,
PlnlDtiff,
\ s,
DESMOND ELLARD,
11. t. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AND OR ANNULMENT
Ti i: l leamond Ellard
. Norman Ellard
4 um i iid < in-hard
Montres I, 'ana.la
.You, DESMOND ELLARD an here- j
by notified thai a Bill of Complaint PANHT fTAY OARVIN,
I for Divorce and or Aniiiilm.-iit has i Defendant.
I... n filed agalnsl you, and you art SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I required t-. serve a copy of win An-I TO PANSY HAT OARVIN
-vv-.-i- or Pleading t" the Bill of c.....- I Weal Bay, IIrand Cayi...... 1-1
ALENANOER, One Uncoln Road] West Indies
I Cine Miami Beach, Fla, and file the | You PANSY HAY OARVIN,
| original Answer or Pleading In the hereby notified thai a Bill of l"
plaint on the Plalntirra att.......y, SOL llaUH f..r Divorce has I.....n i I
e of the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court inguinal you, and you are required to
..n or before the Suth day of March, serve, a cop} nl your Anew..... Plead-
i'n:|. If you fall to........ iudgmenl '"- '" ;l" Bill of C.....plaint on
by default will be taken agalnsl >..... iitolntlff Attorney, MILTON A.
for Hi" rellel demanded In Ihe Bill ,,r rltlKHMAN. nil Alnsley BuUdin--,
Complalnl Miami. Florida and file the nrlgiiiHl
This notice shall l"- published ........Inewer or Pleading In thi office "f
each week for four consecutive weeks the i lerk of the Circuit Courl on or
i in THE JEWISH FLORIOAN. .before the Sittl da} ol March li
HONE v\|i OROEREH nl Miami,'" >'"u fa" to do ao, Judgment b} tie.
Florida, this 24ih iln} of February. '2"" "m '" taken agalnsl you >r
\D I,,.: ihe rellel demanded in the Bill (
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cli ',:.l"l.'1 '' ........
Circuit Coun. Hade County. FloridH "his mm.- shall lie published
ls,..,i. [., | uvippdi-'V each week I- r four ."ii.-i ill i. ivi
I,;..;, ,,; K ; n the jewisb fu>ridian.
SOL ALEX \XDEH DoNE AND OROEltED ai Ml
Vttorm for PliilMtil l-'l..n.ia. this 2Jth .1 i} ol Pi I)
i -s ; ,: ;::-".i A II
______ "_l K B i.ivv i"ii:i:.vi vv cii
NOTICE TO DEFEND I ..... : Court, Dadi Count) I"
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE f ---! I! Mill'gUi-rlti Molfo
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF |..|,i.>.
FLORIDA I N AND FOR D' DE | -MILTON V I Kl 1.1 '.VI A \
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, 1.1,11 Vlnsle) Building
No. 64C 2161 I Miami
I; V Y.VIi IN BEI.ISI.E, 'i' "' I '": :
IMnI -' -' '
VNliEl IX\ P.l'l ISLE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
" ,,,,;; i. IN THE,CIRCUIT COURT OF T- =
y,,, ,., ., v ,. h-| ,.. .' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL "
OF FDLADREDCAOUNTYN,DK FOR
CHANCtRY,
I
ItlH IDE ISLAM., me notlfli i
\ i i
I':'....... V'ltll I rk, and J
mail a cop} to plaintiff's uttornevs. I
CHRISTIE IND I.EVENSTEIN, Hill
Coral Way, Miami IS, Florida, on or
before Un- 11*1 da} of, viai eh, 1964, I
else the Complalnl will he taken ai I
onfesseil li} j .ni.
BATED, February -;. I Ml
r B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
C|i, nil Coui'ti I lad.- i'..nnt\. Florida
(seal) By; K. M, LYMAN
lieiiiilv i 'I, i k
! 28, :: ii-13-241
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2152
MAROARET K VAI.ISK V.
Plaintiff,
UEOIW1K VALISKA,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'i' riEORIlK V VLISKA
, .. F. Peressenyl
3560 Tltli Street, Apnrtinenl 'i"l
Jack -.ii Hi ighta, New York
You tlEORiiE VAI.ISK.v are here-
li> notified thai Bill ..f Complaint
No. 64C 1861
| ANITA J. i Cl ILEM.VN,
I I'lalntiff,
VI A___J
.MAN I. c. ILEM vv
I li. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
li i; MAX I. M.EMAN
i;iti i.,.'- 'hapel Road
ilreensl....... .\..iili Carolina
You Al v.\ i. .-i|.i-:.\lA.\ are In i -
l.i notified thai a Bill ..i Complaint
foi Divorce has been filed agaiu*t
vmi. and you ure required to .- i. -
a copy of >our Answer or Plead
I in Hie Bill .a Complalnl on the plait -
tiffs Attorney, UOLOMAN, UOlD-
I STEIN ,v I'.vi /.IKK. i'i. I West In.--
|er .Street, .Miami, Florida, and i
rh.- original Answer or Pleading in
ih.- office .a in. Clerk of the Cir-
cuit CotSrl on .ii before the 28rd duv
if March, l4. If you fall t" -
-ii. iudiiin.-iu by default will 1... t..!,-
.ii aMnst >ou for the relief di -
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published ......
each week lor four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH l-'i.i iltiniAN..
DONE AM' ORDERED it Mia.
Florida, ilii- imii da) ( Februury,
AIL 1964.
i E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk
for Divorce has been filed against you ciriuil Coun, Dade Count' Ftornl
'..... you in.- reiulred t.. serve h cop} lOiivull Court S all
of your Answer or Pleadinu to ti.. ii. ,- .. ,-,,ii.-i ivn
B...... Complalnl on the plaint '' ,',, ,.,u ,,','
Mn.,iy ,V'':y:',V.';''L!'u'N; 'r,"-1,""''',^ >JMAX. liOLDSTEIN
I'Ai /ll.i:. i'i"! West Flugler Street, ,v I'ACZIBR
Miami. Florida and file tin- original _,,,. v\ est Flugler Street
Answer ... Pleadlnc in thi office "f Miami .l.i, K.....nn
Clerk ..i Ihe Cln-ull C.....: on ..i Attorneys foi I'lalntiff
i..1..... in. ;' i .lay of March, 1961. li
ATED thi- I "Hi day
, 1964
i; It I.I-: VTHERMAN. Cli rk
II) M vi:.:i'i:itl'l'K MORFORD
2 i'i-:'n. 3 8-13
\nii tail tn un -ii. iudgmenl li) di-
NOTICE UNDER fault will be taken agalnsl you for Ihe
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rellel tie Ilia I......1 111 Ihe Bill ..I Com-
NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN that plaint.
il,,- underslened, desiring lo eiiaagv ti,,.- M..ii, shall i"- published .....
ni business under Ihe fictitious ffliiie ,a<.|, vek fcr four consecutive neeks
,r I'I IIS BY EXOEL ai Sim.' .!". j,, THE JEWISH Fl.oltllHAN
I2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ma |HNE \ND OR|>ERED ..i Vllanil,
iii.ii.l- I., i.u'-i.i sain ii.un.. with) | ,,,.,,1., iti. .'Mil da) I
v I'. :".!
K B LEATHERMAN, I "lei l>.
1 'ii- n.i "oui i. I '.i.I. ''......ly. I -I i
.-. all B) K XI I.Y.MAN
I i. put) 'I
' ioldnian, loMsti In .v i v.- xli r
_'i..| vv.-i Flugli Si
.vii.,',ii. Florida
: 21-2S,
Com t
iwni i'
.I. ,.i In i 'li'iiilt
i M.i, .'.....it). Florida
I5ETSIE i\''i:i.. Si'1"
rvi I. K'W ITNEY
SILVERSTEIN, KWITNEY A
:i a i| its
Attorneys fin \ppllcanl
;.i. I,a.. ..In Road
:' 11. 21, '.<.
6 |
VI '..I ne) I..i' I' ml ill
IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 1811
HENRY THOMAS WAY,
I'laintiff.
\ -
ANNIE NOR \ WAV.
I., i. ndant
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO VWIK NUBA WAY
Iti -i.i. nee Ellknou ii
yot", ANNIE NOR A WAY. ar
-.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA ,N PROBATE
No. 62269-C Clark
IN RE: Estate .a
I.' 'I is K I'ERKINS,
I.....a- .I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'" All 'red......- and All I'.i .-,,n- Hn
alms mi Demands Against Said
^ ou ai. Iii-reb) .....iii.-.i ..mi
ipnred i.. present an) laima ami .l- -
inanus nliicii >..a ma) havi again.-1
tin .-in. ..i I.in is E. I'ERKINS
nsi a late ol Dade Count) Kim Id ,.
lo the 'ount) Judgi ..t I ia.li- i '..iini,.
iii. -am. iii duplicate ami ...
r..\ 1.1".I
LORIDA IN PROB
No. 61SS8 A
IN RE I'Mi.....
IS vim iRE SPIKOEL
I leceasedi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons lla\-
Ina Cbtlnis or LVmands v^ain.-i Said
i-:-ia te:
Y",hi are In-ill.-, notified and requir-
ed I., present any .iMini- and d. mands
herein notified thai HENRY THOM- which you ma) have against lb. .--
v- vv VV ha- filed a '..nujlaiiii for HI- tali id ISAIMIRE SPtKXiEI. deceased
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ^ '.'"' ',,,'" ''!" '"', "orW
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ',, .m,,', ',"/" ~ n the ......'
FLORIDA IN PROBATE ... i, '"".'. '" ,' '"." """>' '.....
..... ithln \ calendar months ft.....
the iini.- of ih.- iii-.-i publication hi
nl, Hn -am.- u ill be barred
I'ai'.i .it Miami. Horlda, this ;i-r
da) nl I ilil-aaiv, A.II. |;n,4
bkssi,-; PERKINS
vi vi:\ in s I'ERKINS
B.vitN'i.l "I Bobins. in. .11;
As Executors
First publication m this notice on
n. -vii, ,,a, ui vVbruary, 1964,
liAKKi.- A K. .BINS'iN
Alti-lll.l, |o, i'..-.m.,,.-
1 "I' !.....al llldg,
, tjkei .,- .,,,.
t, K .' 'M-i"i:i:.\iAN'.
*'; 'hi Circuit Court
*aml, Florida.
'' '' '"I'Bl.AND.
"' i' "v Clerk.
t/ll, SI, J-, :; ,
"' "-"i. iirani), iina .1........ ..... ivoiiii'cd t" serve II enpv "I vour An- '"''> Jiraaes ..i uaae i.iiiiiti. ami viiaini Flora.,, i ..........
in duplicate and as provided In Sec- ^ ;'.".', ,', p", nilff's attoney, ROB- l'1" ""' >"<- In duplical. and as pro- '"" ........' '"' ,
ii.ai 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their,"'' n -TRW ItlO 1113 dnPonl vlded in Section 733.16, Florida Slat-, '-v 6-13-20
offices in Ihe C.....iti C.....'house n ,:_.._ Miami. Horlda, and file the i es. in Ihelr offices in ihe County ---------------------.
Dadi Co.....y, Florida, within lx ,,.......,, \n calendar months I.......h, time "f ^L*U'",...... ,,i, ,..,, ,-, be- within six calendar months from the f.ctVt.ous name law
"" '"-V;"M, '""; I...... the 2th da, of March IMI J'"""">" < '>' i'"''li, .,,, n, ,,.,,'. ,., NTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-"'" ''J ll,,".1 ,. ,-,, otherwlsi Ih, allegations In said sam e a III lie barred. ,i. undersigned, desiring ... engage
'".',;". M ;' '."'. ""ri.,'Si :'' ..... ....."--' ,,,V:':', ;"";', 'p!'":'- ""< -%'h "' "''"" '"- rictltioue name
da\ ,a t.l-i-iii'v. A.I' !'".' ...i I,..,.., i',.. ,,,. '''> "! ri'iuaiv. A.|i IMi.l ,.,' .11 u.uiv ,, ,.-e ,.'x-,.-., ... .,.,-
ni in vi.....;i
IRVIXll CYPEX
FRED ROSEXRERii
v- .' 1 :\- iti
First ptiblli -.' n 11
Ihe ;."-! -1.^ of Fi bruai y, 1
ii;vi\<; CYPEX 1 1 vv OFFICES
Attorneys tm I'o-Executors
-.'. At thur lodfre) H.....1
J -Jl -28, 3 0-1 '
I In you. and .....ree Pro Con- j""" "' '''''.".""' .v '.',., ';"},., ,'' OLADWIX APARTMENTS Vt~i -
1,..-,, will be entered agalnsl 1.1 i.i.ia.n >i n-.i ,i-.t. .,,| -.,., ,.,,,, s,,.,., Miami Beach,
i. i-ellei pruved for In said f'in- as .Miniinlsiratrlx Florida, Intends to register said name
i-iiM i.nl.il,.,., ., ,,, this notice .ii with thi Clerk of lh Circuit Court
.....' '- ....."> rBRTHyTADRiaary' '"' ; '" '^I^^TsT!*^
Vttoiney for Administratrix JKtiVNBIt .v MANNllEIMER
1:
II LEATHERMAN, Cl- rk
VI KROl'ERITE Ml iHFl IRD
.' 21 J^, 3 "-1
1133 duPont Ulda Miami
- 28, ;i, 6-13-36 .
Ail......js iui Doroth) s'..isi-rf
1/14. 21. 28. -J 0


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+Mistneridian
Friday, March 6,
-C4
"... because I
thought it was
part of my
religious obligation."
"...because
we wanted
to be
together
always."
\ Wollj
my wife
is sort of
helpless about
something
like that."
"...because
I didn't
want my
wife to
have the
burden."
"I handle the business
in my family-"
"... because I
wouldn't want
my wife to
overspend,
just because
she wanted
to do right
by me."
ffWe
always make
our decisions as
a family."
u ..because
I saw
what Sarah
went
through/
//
"This may
sound funny
but I found
it was a good
investment."
There are many ways of looking at it.
Some see it one way. Some another. But at many ceme-
teries, a majority of people are now making the neces-
sary arrangements in advance. By planning ahead these
arrangements can be made with a minimum of emotional
strain. Prices and services can be compared in a calm
rational manner. And many difficult decisions will not be
left for the family to make when they are least prepared
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