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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JiWISH WfHUY
Volume 34 Number 6
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 10, 1961
Two Sections Price 20
Eichmann Indicted
On 15-Count Charge;
Trial Opens Mar. 15
B G Asked to Form Gov't.;
Goida Meir Spurns New Bid
MAPAI BATlll CLIMAX NtAkS PAGE 3A
*-------------
JERUSALEM-tJTA.-Adolf Eichmann was formally accused thi. i JERUSALEM-(JTA)-Presiden1 Izhak Ben-Zvl began Tuesdaj what
cby the (.overnment of Israel in a 15-count indictment ol committing apparently will be a lonji drawn-out and difficult process ol obtaining a
long list of crimes against humanity and against the Jewish people. The
najor crimes charged against Eichmann carry the death penalty.
The indictment was made public*
at the same time that it was for-1
mally handed to Dr. Robert Serva-
tius of Cologne, who will direct the
defense of the former Gestapo Col-
onel charged with direoUng the
extermination of 6.000.000 Euro-
pean Jews.
The delivery of the indictment
to Dr. Servatius, along with a list
f prosecution witnesses, set in
(notion the machinery for the
once-postponed trial, now set to
open Mar. 15. The indictment
listed seven counts of crimes
against humanity, four against
the Jewish people, one war crime
and three crimes of belonging to
Nazi organizations.
The charge sheet was handed to
Dr Servatius by Attorney General
(Jideon Hausner. who also told the
attorney of the legal conditions es-
tablished for the attorney's hand-
ling of his defense assignment. Mr.
Hausner said arrangements had
been made to enable Dr. Servatius
to meet Eichman in his jail cell1
outside the hearing range of a third I
person.
The Attorney General said he'
would ask the court to begin the'
trial on Mar. 15 as scheduled, and j
that no difficulties would be raised !
new Prime Minister and Cabinet to replace the Ben-Gurion coalition
government which tell last week a> a result of the La von Affair.
The President's first step was to receive a delegation representing
the Mapai Party's Knesset mem*------
Morocco Halts
Visas to Jews
PARIS(JTA)The Government
of Morocco issued an order this
week abolishing exit visas for all | by the defense about the date. It 1
citizens, whatever their religion.' was noted that the largest number '
However. Jewish organizations | of counts against Eichman was not j
here termed this move "cheap
this move
propaganda." They pointed out
that the action is of no significance
to Moroccan Jews wishing to emi-
grate to Israel as long as they still
face difficulties in getting pass-
ports.
Jewish leaders here pointed out
that the order abolishing exit visas
but not lilting the ban on joining!
relatives in Israelwas a pure |
propaganda gesture, made in re-
sponse to growing indignation in
democratic countries over Moroc-
co's infringement of the basic right
of free emigration. The indigna-
tion reached a high point follow-
ing the loss of lives of 43 Moroccan
Jews who. in an effort to join their
families in Israel, left Morocco "il-
legally" on a small ship which
Capsized in a storm near the Mo-
roccan shore.
A statement which does not
mention Morocco, but obviously
refers to that country, was issued
liere by CRIF, the representative
Council of Jews in France, de-
ploring "the conditions that have
Continued on Page 5-A
for crimes against the Jewish peo-
ple but for crimes against human-
Continued on Page 9-A
bership. The delegation, it was i
understood! urged the President to
call on Mr. Ben-Gurion to form a
new government.
Mr. Ben-Gurion. it was reported
here, was prepared to undertake
the assignment provided that he
could set up more or less the same
coalition he headed in the last gov-
ernment. However, he was known
to face serious difficulties in this,
both from his erstwhile parters and
' from within his own party.
Three of the coalition partners,
I the Mapam Party, the Achdut
Avodah and the Progressive Par-
ty, indicated a reluctance to
serve again under Mr. Ben-Gur-
ion. They took the position that
Mr. Ben-Gurion, in his formal tot-
ter of resignation, actually re-
verted to the criticism and dis-
paragement of his colleagues
which had precipitated a Cabinet
crisis. Mr. Ben-Gurion had sub-
sequently apologized for these
statements when members of his
Cabinet threatened to resign, and
his apology had been accepted
by them.
A decision to boycott a new Ben-
Gurion government was reached
b> the Mapam Party leadership
Monday night. Although the deci-
sion was subject to formal ratifica-
tion by the party's executive com-
mittee, the Mapam leaders began
immediate discussions with the
Achdut Avodah and the Progres-
sives, urging on them a similar
stand.
The Mapam leaders were spurred
by two developmentsthe Mapai
Continued on Page 11-A
JOSEPH MtYtRHOff
UJA in $14,850,000 Starter;
Meyerhoff Succeeds Klutznick
DIMQNSTRAlt AGAINST MODUS'
Arrest Rockwell Henchmen
In Clash in Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA(JTA)Three supporters of American Nazi Party
leader George Lincoln Rockwell were arrested and held for $10,000 bail
each this week after a clash which broke out when they demonstrated
against the showing of the film "Exodus" at the Boyd Theater here.
Rockwell, who had threatened to come himself to picket the tilm. did not
show up.
Sixty-four anti-Nazis were aim :
arrested along with the Rockwell-
Ites however, all but three of these
were summarily released. Two <>f
the three anti-Nazis. Jules Chris
tine and Benjamin Comer, were
held for S:i00 bail on charges ot
carrying concealed weapons. The
third, Mark Charleston, was fined
10 and costs for disorderly con-
duct.
Ralph P. Forbes, 20, of Arling-
ton, Va., one of the three Rock-
well supporters who were charg-
ed with rioting, inciting to riot.
$ff DUKING IHI WKK* P4CI 4-4
The nationwide 1061 United Jewish Appeal was officially launched
Sunday as 400 American Jewish leaders meeting here at the Americana
hotel contributed or reported gilts that totaled $14,850,000.
The great outpouring of contri-*-------------------------
butions came at a dramatic closing!
session of a three-day national in-
augural conference which was
marked by the resignation of Phi-
lip M. Klutznick. of Park Forest.
111., as general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal and the
unanimous election of Joseph
Meyerhoff, of Baltimore, to the
post,
(fatten Reid
Sees Peace
conspiracy and breach of the
peace, expressed surprise at the
size of the bail and said that
Rockwell had given him S30 be-
fore the incident "to pay the cus-
tomary fine." The other Nazis
were Raymond D. Goodman, 28,
of Arlington, and Schuyler Fer-
ris, -6, of Falls Church, Va.
Rockwell announced In Washing-
ton that he had been invited to ad-
Klutznick's resignation fol-
lowed his appointment by Presi-
dent Kennedy on Jan. 28 as a key
member of the United States mis-
sion to the United Nations to be
this country's representative to
the UN Economic and Social
Council.
Meyerhoff. a nationally promi-
nent communal leader and an out-
standing figure in the home build
ing Held, becomes UJA's sixth
general chairman in the organiza-
tii n's 22 year history.
Pounded in 1939 at the height of
Hitler's onslaught against Europe's
NEW YORK (JTA) Persis-
tence. quiet diplomacy and con-
centration mi economic and social
development among the Arab peo-
ples in the Middle East are cer-
tain to result in Arab Israeli peace
in the foreseeable future." Ogden
R Reid, who has just resigned as
United states Ambassador i" Is-
rael, declared here this week upon
his return aboard the ss United
States
He served more than a year and
a half as American Ambassador to
Israel, visiting Jordan and Leba-
non, and discussing the M ddle East
situation with man) other diplo-
mats s< n ins in the area.
dress a .May Day rail) at Sydney. Jew-, the UJA has fed, rescued and
Continued on Page 10-A Continued on Page 7-A
"Peace will come," he
Continued on Page 9-A
said.
Herzog in Pitched Battle With Noted Historian
nor. AKN0LD TOYNBEf
MONTREAL(JTA)A hard hitting two-hour debate between Israel i
Ambassador Yaacov Herzog and historian Arnold J. Toynbee, on the !
historian's pro-Arab charges against Israel wound up this week with an I
invitation from the envoy to Dr. Toynbee to visit Israel and see things .
for himself. ______________^_
The debate, held in response to*--------------------------------
a challenge to the historian from [ papormen. Television coverage
the envoy, took place in the same was barred and the general public ,
Hillel House at McGill University I wa, excluded.
where Prof. Toynbee made his
first statements last week on the! The debate dealt w.th two
issue The Hillel House was pack- principal assertions made by Dr.
ed with 350 students and 35 news-1 Toynbee, both at the first lecture
at the Hillel House and at prior
lectures and in his six-volume
study of history. These were a
comparison of Israeli treatment
of the Arabs in 1947 with the Nazi
onslaught against European Jew-
ry and a contention that there
was a "statute of limitations" on
Jewish claims to Israel.
Ambassador Herzog pointed out
th;:t the Germans "committed a
crime which the human imagina-
tion finds difficulty in embracing
It was coldblooded planning and
cold-blooded execution. The Arabs
on the other hand, the envoy .-aid,
declared in 1947 they would resist
the implementation of the United
Nations decision on Palestine
The Israel Envoy also quoted the
Arab leaders as declaring "a war
of extermination and massacre"
against the .lews. "Through the
Continued on Page 6 A


Pcge 2-A
*Jenist fkridFiatr
Friday. February 10. 19E1
\
U.S. Secretary of Labor Goldberg Will
Be Awarded Seminary's Lehman Medal
States Secrctan of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg will be awarded
i Herbert H. Lehman Medal of the Jewish Theological Seminary of
rica at a convocation at Temple Emanu-El here on Monday. Feb. 27.
The honor will be bestowed upon ------------------------------------------------
g ;n recognition of his 30
years ol service "in the cause >
-trial peace"" through the ap-
phcatii of "those principle-
. l.ty and ethics that render the
i .-:.:- among men peaceful and
Eminent scholars, educators,
public officials and leaders in
Ot/sincss, industry and labor will
march in the
sion which wil
mal exercises,
will assemble
academic proces-
I precede the for-
Some 1,500 guests
in the main sanc-
tuary of the temple to witness
the proceedings.
Following the convocation, a din-
aer will be held at the Miami
Beach Auditorium, where four na-
I tionally-known Jewish leaders will
By JTA Teletype Wire
Laconic Denial
JERUSALEM The Israeli Gov-
ernment maintained Tuesday its
policy of silence on reports of a
West German loan for the indus-
trial development of the N'egev.
Asked for details by General
Zionist Ezra Ichilov in the Kne.-
Trade Minister Pinhas Sapir
expressed regret here that he
could not say anything on the mat-
It r :.nd referred the deputy to a
laconic denial by the Pr.me Mini>-
t-.. '.- office last Jan. l
*
Inciting to Riot
AVIVMoroccan a
ged Tuesdaj bj thi v.
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nciti: pr< | aganda now
THE YIVO FORUM
tfeefj Every Saturday, 8 P.M.
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ect: -Leo Tolstoy: The
Ncvel-st A Moralist"
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being disseminated mainly by the
Moroccan press
The organization also called on
the Moroccan Government to de-
fend Moroccan Jews from such
acts as kidnaping of Jewish girls,
unjustified arrests, maltreatment
oj lew? by police, and similar acts
and to safeguard fully the civil and
human rights of Moroccan Jewry.
<
Toynbee Assist
LONDONJarne? Zarb. the Brit-
ish businessman who arrived here
Tuesday after his release from a
prisoi Mi nday by Presiden-
tial decree, >uid he though: his re-
lease was dui to some extent" to
remark- made by Dr. Arnold Toyn-
bee during a del ate in Moi
.'.;) Israel An.; --.. \\
i thi -.,
red Israe trei "ncn-
in 194" with the Ni zi
of thi -It 5.
Mr. Zarb was sentenced in :95?
; ..: r.-i 0 IC ::ii bj a I
court on a charge of espioni
leader of Temple Emanu-El. will
welcome thf guests a: the convoca-
tirri 3nd participate in the program
of the day
Dr. Louis Finkelstein and Dr.
Bernard Martdelbaum, chancel-
lor and provost, respectively, of
the Seminary, will confer the Her-
bert H. Lehman Medal upon
Gc'dberg. The citation wh'ch
will accompany the medal states
that Goldberg s career "has man-
ifested irxreas'ng concern for the
moral dimension of life" end that
he "conceived the Code of Ethics
which governs the conduct of
great union officials throughout
America."
The citation also points out that
he has "acted as peacemaker
among unions, between unions and
management, between man .-.-..-
man" and thai "'he act of Baking
peace is the highest ethical achli
ment of man, accordig to the J< .v.
i-h faith."
The meclfll MM <'f the mo--
veted hor.it,- the. Semjnary car be-
stow, am icision to c
it upon Goldberg was by the unant
mous vote tors and c. t:-t nary.

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svanger, a veteran Zionist and one
of Israels leading men of letters
died here Tuesday at the age of 72.
.An authority on languages and
Jewish folklore, he was one of the |
leading proponents of Esperanto,
an international language.
Bom in Grayevo. Poland, Dr. I
Olsvanger settled in Palestine in
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he Seminars National Com-
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rticipation in ci-
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Fr. Jay c February 10, 1961
8
vJen is? Ml ir/Wiir
Page 3-A
Climax Nears in Mapai Party Fight
TEL AVIV JTA Israel
. en-Gurion to i
iHFOM I last week. ------------------____________.
Prenzie I
In the Mapai secretariat which fol-
lowed the Prime Minister's sur-
prise resignati in brought a deci-
sive turn when Finance Minister
Levi Eshkol ranks of the
Mapai moderates in the struggle
a new Government based on the
same parties as the prior one
and in so doing, urged Mapai not
to purge Lavon.
Frr m.;:m: Ministersincluding
Eshkol and Mrs. Golda Men-, [s-
-allying pledges to the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal by resi-
sntAol Miarrv. 3er:h at a recent campaign kick-off breakfast
--re(lft to rig'-: A::-.c'.d Seeder, vice chairman of Initial G:::s;
ft.. I. Molasky host ~:ad co-chairman of Miami Beach Residents
~iTision; Max K:'.' :>seph Morris and Joseph M. Rose, co-chairma- of Miami
Saach Reside:-.:s.
and declared that Lavon had to go. rael's Foreign Minister were
The embattled Histadrut leader, among those joining in the Dec. 25
presaged the coming victory for .Cabinet vote of approval. Mrs
Ben-Gunon by indicating he did Meir and Minister of Trade Pinhas
not intend to make his ouster an Sapir became so infuriated at one
Israel Bonds to Launch National Confab
Af Miami Beach Bar Mitzvah Observance
p
The T961 i .-.. s-ate ui
ael Bond* ti ; ;: r.o United
ates'anrl Cana !j *ill be formally
inched in Miami at an inaugural
nference for "
Dr.'Joseph J, Schwartz, vice pre-
ient of the Isrj?: Bonds Organi-
.ion, said this week that the in-
,'Ural conference will take place
;rh Friday. Mar. 3, through Sun-
iy,' Mar. 5, at th-i Fontainebleau
di. More than 2,000 Jewish lea-1
rs from the United States and
iad are expected to attend the!
nference.
The'conierence will launch this
ar's Israel Bond drive, which is j
licated to the celebration of Is-1
i 'l' Bar Mitzvah, as well as tenth I
niversary of the Israel Bond cam- j
i.fu. Since its inception in 1951,
Israel Bond effort has raised i
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country. With the aid of Israel
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tion has risen from $400,003,000
to approximately SI .000.000,000
during the past ten years.
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rael will require an increased flow
of Israel Bond dollars to finance
further economic development,
particularly in the Negev, the and
southern half of the- country
The conference will seek to
launch a heightened Israel Bond
effort for 1961 to make possible the
fulfillment jf this program In or-
der to faciltate this, the initial sta-
ges of the campaign will concen-
trate on the enrollment of several
new categories of top purchases
which have been set up for this
year: Bar Mitzvah Trustees, who
purchase $13,000 or more in bonas:
Bar Mitzvah Builders. $3,900 in
bonds, and Bar Mitzvah Guardians
(meni and Sponsors women) $1,300
in bonds
easy one.
The Ben- Gurion resignation
shocked all parties because it
had appeared that the old war-
rior had decided to accept a de-
cision of his Cabinet approving a
unanimous seven-man Ministerial
Committee report exonerating
Lavon from responsibility for a
security disaster in 1954. Lavon
was forced to resign a year later
and had waged an unremitting
struggle since to have his name
cleared.
L'nder the peace formula, the
Prime Minister had apologized to
the members of the Ministerial
Committee for calling their report
one containing bias, distortion and
half-truths
In his letter of resignation to
President Ben Zvi. Ben Gurion
made it clear that he could not I
bring himself to accept the Dec.
25 Cabinet vote of approval for the
Ministerial Committee report. He'
wrote that for him to do so "would'
be incompatible with fundamental j
principles of justice and the basic
laws of the State."
The resignation brought the auto-'
malic dissolution of the Cabinet.
BenGurion and his Cabinet will'
continue as a caretaker Govern-
men:.
Lavon's anticipated ouster
would not necessarily bring po-
litical peace to Israel or to the
Mapai, it was pointed out. The
Histadrut official has widespread
popular and party support in Is-
rael. The left-wing Mapam, for
example, called on Mapai to form
stage of the dispute that they
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Friday, February 10. 1961
24 Shebct 5721
Nasser Stirs Up Morocco
Crown Prince Moulay Kassox am sed
lews of Morocco that persona responsible
ihed.
This is a tall prom.se. [n | :errr.~
i a promise made by man :cr the
>wn Prince is I n of Morocco
:eral leade: rtige.
Thedifficu vis that i1 luggesta
tmedy to a malady which attacks the ;.-:
s rather than the cause. Assuming the
Qrown Pr.nce's sincerity, he would r.zv-e to ac
WHO,
ME?
ic: more than repress the external expressions
c: anti-Semitism in Morocco by dealing severely
b local culprits.
Assuming his sincerity he would have to
touch upon the root cause of the problem. This
lies embedded, not only tor Morocco, but tor
nines like Algeria and some of the newly-
emerging African nations as well, in a lorthriqht
c.-swer to the question, "Are you pro-Western or
c:c-Soviet?"
Most of the Middle Eastern and African
peoples worth their salt will of course, reply:
"Neither. We are :cr ourselves." The difficulty
.-ere as Morocco so amply demonstrates, is that
the answer in fact fails to answer the question.
The anti-Semitic demcns'rations in Morocco
several weeks ago followed on the heels of the
Arab "summit conference at Casablanca.
where President Nasser harcrnaued the crowd
crd succeeded in adding an anti-Israel resolu-
tion to the conference's final declaration of prin-
ciples.
Certainly, Nasser is net a "pure" Middle
Ecst or African political force, for he is irrevoc-
ably tied to the Kremlin today. Yet the nations
=-:ending the Casablanca meeting, including
seme of srael's friends, willingly signed the
declaration. In doing so they cast easy doubt
on the characterization of themselves as neither
rrc-Western nor pro-Sov.e:.
Bearing this is mind, if Crown Prince Moulay
Hassan is ever to deliver on his promise to the
Jewish community of Morocco, in the final
~^y3.s he Wj}j ;,,e ;o i?,. vv,.h Nasser _.
the gutter variety cm::-Sem:te the Crown
singled aut = the culprits. For it is
-res the cecc^ cf Morocco to-
DAHY pick-ups New'"63 wywhers "> *e Middle
iey, Philadelphia, imminent casts :ts ugly shadow
Milton, Boston oh? ran be no question of that.
DIAL JE fee Moulay Hesse:: tall enough
.ex
M. Lieber-
655 C0UIN'
RE
nr
_ f rophets of Gloom
rr- Prophets ct gloom and loom exist not only
in the political arena This is the view ot I
rt B. Ehrmann rreside.-.- ct the American
Jewish Committee.
Ehrmann recently tee an executive meet-
of the ore oqj.
mal life and ludaistn m the
United States f] contrary to pre
ens forecast.: irwise.
In Ehrmai. ve ma-Je many
c.-.d rich contribution i evolving culture
America A atmd out,
tranced cor. itionary mel
antar7 mevemento :.-.-
-.gencus to Jewish tateQectua] and rel.gious
We are ell (or the soundness of the Amer-
a Jewish Committee president's position, and
hope that his expressions of belief in our present
B id future will be ?d. Many signs of
times point in this direction; others, in-
vading the AJCcmrr.ittee s own studies in such
creas as anti-Sem:::sm here and abroad, tend
suggest restrain:.
Not the least of the restraints are rooted as
much in spontareous and unhampered Amer-
ican Jewish development as they are in threats
of bigotry from outside.
All of which is by way of saying that the
s-arus of American Jewry is a two-way street
upon which much influential traffic flows and
that blanket optimism may be as deceiving as
blanket pessimism.
A Bout of Name-Calling
The furious battle between David Ben-
Gurion and Pinhas Lavan is by now a tem-
pest in a teapot, with little emotional attachment
to either of the protagonists evident in the Amer-
ican Jewish community.
Many are the blunders that Foreiqn Offices
or our own State Department) have made in
tne past in their relations with covernments
abroad; many, indeed, are the still-unimagined
blunders that will be made in the future.
Israel continues stubbornly to keep the
-a von affair enshrouded in secrecy; yet ito prin-
cipal spokesmen and leaders repeatedly inflict
on us the sense of urgency only they apbare:
(eel about the error Lavon allegedly "commit-
ted back m 1954 in his capacity ot Defer.se
Minister.
American Jews can experience little or no
identification with either side precisely because
of the secrecy. The best speculation suagests
Lavon's presumable guilt m the launching c:
a major retaliatory raid against the Arabs that
is supposed to have convinced Nasser ct the
impossibility of peace with Israel and that pur-
portedly propelled him into the Septembei
arms deal with Communist Czechoslovak a.
Some o: the diplomatic scandals thai -
rally rock any nation Including our ov.
would make the entire lavon allegation, true
or false a minor one indeed. But important cs
the consequences of tl ier or. Israel rr
ai me. not be that t ies continue stub-
bornly to submit to censorship while pu
t.-.e worst Irind of character assassination U
rues, makes the case the unimportant t<
in the teapot to which we previously alluc
Religion in the Arts Week
Temple Israel of Grecter Miami is devoting
a hiil week of activities and programs to tne
relationship between the arts and religion.
In addition to the noted men in both fields
who will be seen and heard at the Temple.
members themselves are plannine en exhibit
or their own works of creative endeavor.
Tradition sems to circumscribe the role of
the arts in Jewish history especially in the
synagogue. But, on the other hand, the arti-
facts of old tend to indicate that Jews, like most
peoples, even if to a more limited extent, ex-
pressed their religious experience in a variety
of aesthetic ways.
The Temple Israel program next week is an
interesting contribution to this tendency. It also
highlights the Jewish house of worship as a
center of worthy intellectual and cultural
activity.
during (he week
... as i see it

THE RESIGNATION of Philip
M Klutznick from th.
eral chairmanship of the !_ ...
ted Jewish Appeal after only
two months in office is > sarj
event for several reasons T^
the in -t instance! tt rai>e-
derous problems with r'
to Mr. Klutznick's futur
f ec t ivTW. r*a American Jewish comrr.
Secondly, there is the question
Of tne i JA, which seemed to respond admirably to his ear,,,
tance of the post Mr Klutznick. who has now achieve* eminen. S
a distinct sort in the administrations of three Presidents, is cert
branded by do sectarian seal. Indeed, much of his ^0\ irnnsent ser
dates his emergence on the Jewish cultural and pfcflanthr
see:. "t"*
Once having become a leader among American Jews, he Dec
perforce, continue in that capacity; his distinguished record in i
[human endeavor can ciearlj hold him in good stead nnde
circumstances Neither loes his resignation from the UJA chair
ship mean that Mr. Klutznick won't, with ease, return to the lea
ecneion at some tuture date Bu: it would be hopetul b
ct the same kind of Jewish identification from him no*
tative to the Economic si
h Appeal, itself. .- eoncerne I i
i ectation Mr. Klutznick's election |
moni is ... His acceptan I the
anticipation of better, more i
' ation a- the i.iA national ina
es .i palpable void was be I chara trized
^'n ot hi- J *eph Meyerhoff, of Baltin*
: ..
LABORING FOR THE DIGNITY OF MAN
ynis IS FAR from saying that the 1961 and subsequent camp
_ tor few if any men are to:., ipens
"ner i in wish community should and will respond to the
- and asp of the IMA not to ar.> of its individual lea -
dut it las nog been apparent that individual leaders shape eve- -
'. is they and those they lead are shaped bv them. It is with r
considerations that the United Jewish Appeal may be evp.
to fed Mr Klutznick absence.
To ease the personal burden of his decision. Mr Klu'znuk
several hundred delegates gather Sundaj at the final session of th<
:e Americana hotel that he had accepted the IJ\ -
rttainnanship on the basis of an initial proviso: If the new Pre
oi the Inited States tapped him for governmental responsibility
would feel it his duty to accept Almost Immediately after the
lion, he declared, 'it seemed apparent that I was being so eonsid.
Referring to his own agonizing appraisal of the situation Mr
Klutznick said that he is leaving the general chairmanship ol
Lmted Jewish Appeal with great reluctance no less than his po-
of leadership in American Friends of the Hebrew University V
B nth. Roosevelt LniversKy. and as an investor in Ashdod. Israel
L JA chairmanship especially, he observed, demands the kind ot
dedication from which his new LN capacity now precludes him
This seemed eminently true. Mr Klutznick indicated "oeca ,e
working for peace in the world in which we live is not a part-time i.
and he accepted President Kennedys bid because I feel strOBCb
privilege to labor for the dignity of man/' >irongi>
:-
Alt. KLUTZNKKS CANDID Stlf ANALYSIS
JAID MR. KLUTZNICK of peace a-i digBJtj These are DOl
the ideals ot Judaism. The New Testament, the Koran. Bud
- tr.ey also work toward them Th-n he added: "We in the L*J
lieye hat uv aim is not alone to clothe the naked and feed the b
of -Torah. Zedakah and Shal .m" "the I
Ufe u totahty which there w ,h he wouli!
tK- -eeking for all mankind
rhui :, closed the uap of bis difficult cho.ee. mggestin
task to which I have been called :- Similar to the one with
at the Tinted Jewish Appeal.' and repeating
tha at the United Nations he will continue to me,'- his .
r.-ponsib.ht.es but on a broader, non-sectarun level.
into his decision, however. ma> be found in Mr K
.lysis than elsewhere: "I
ites. [am human. andfl
irk oi the truly Jnapired mai
-to conquer. If:., !'wM,
I ihe LN Economic and So.
.n';-v^r;!ho!' are km:
We have sent a chimp into outer spa.
h :,.ck. but ookat ti ation in other an
^^UnhedStWeai., plus ... Wl
THt MAN MHO SAID SO LONG'
|T IS TO needs Mr Ktetxnick will hencefor:h address .
'dorAdkiS rtant en the UK E
Al' "*' ider, he is surely elrwadj
(, ofthe-br. aed horisons thai
nothing to exceed i!
vw ,h MrlluV: I Sunday, but he could
cuV, ,; L^culty Wi (mission tha. tlu
lLrl\ L m are "1,,re "ntoiful than were his prospect
UVersaT Chairman ~ mo" meaningful becau-e they tf.
of the* V.w Tthl/ Ij> hl>, eaJ,,er refer^^' to the humanitarian
n ^,' Ul" Kran and buddhism a reference wl
hat in h? h b Coniu!;es "P in the mind of the Jew a host of :
his nat evahr n'7n ^ '" bUt huma"'ar,an. Behind this
1 ,Z 3S en"rely pro**T" of tht- Senate Foreign R
affd ahons h ^amina,wn ** "** into h.s Jewish ergVa^t,
SSSi^SJS!TRi Vth ^ Fulbrll^n, that these affih..
lie- f nt( e r- -* t mtCd JeW,Sh AppeaI' rvre- Bted
iiki oi in rest so far as his new post at the UN would he em
ontmued on Page 11 A


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Defense Dep't. OK's Nazi General
More than 200 persons attended Mrs. Jennie Grossinger's an-
nual reception in behalf of the American Friends of the Hebrew
University Saturday night at her Miami Beach home. Local
president Herbert S. Shapiro, national president Philip Klutz-
nick, treasurer Leo Robinson, and board member Emil Fried-
lander renew acquaintances. (See story. Sec. B.)
Sn tL JMoif *X
WASHINGTON(JTA)The De-
fense Department will continue
employment of Martin Unrein, a
General in Hitler's army, despite
statements by the German ex-
General at Dachau recently "white-
washing" Nazi atrocities. This
was made known this week in an
official letter from Francis X.
Plant, special assistant to the Sec-
retary of the Army to the Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S.A.
Despite Unrein's controversial
utterances a few months ago to
I Lord Russell, who served as Brit-
I ish prosecutor at the Nuremberg
! war crimes trials, Mr. Plant in-
i formed the JWV that the U. S.
Army decided to keep Unrein on
as superior of German civilian la-
bor at the American Army instal-
[ lation at Dachau.
In addition to alleging that the
Dachau concentration camp was
not the scene of mass murder
during the war, Unrein said "it
would have been impossible to
burn six million Jews unless it
had begun in 1906." He asserted
that the gas ovens in Dachau
were built by German prisoners
after the war.
The issue was investigated by
the West German Government but
referred to the United States when
Bonn pointed out that Unrein was
an employee of the U. S. Arm-
After a study of the matter, the
Defense Department, according !<>
Plant's letter, reported "a recom-
mendation that no further action
be taken, and the case closed trai
approved by the Commanding Gen-
eral."
Morocco Halts Exit Visas
Continued from Page 1-A
arisen compelling Jews to escape
illegally from certain countries."
Meanwhile, the Governor of Cas-
ablanca met with members of the
Jewish Council for a discussion of
the situation of the Jewish com-
munity, following recent events in
Morocco, it was reported from
Casablanca.
The Governor. Commandant
Medboh. expressed regret, during
the two-hour meeting, over the ar-
rests of Moroccan Jews. It was
also learned that the Jewish C m
cil of Fez met with the Gove nor
cf Fez to register a protest against
the arrest of 20 Jews during their
walk to the synagogue last week
A minor demonstration, mean*
while, took place on Boulevard Mo-
hammed V in Casablanca, in front
of a shop window which disphued
a "Travel by El Al" advertise-
ment. The demonstration followed
publication of a demand in a news-
paper of the political oppos m
that the authorities take all n
sary steps to ensure the immedi-
ate removal of the advertisement.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Cheers to Mr. Harry Simonhoff,
of Miami, who answered most ex-
cellently Mortimer May.
MRS. TRUDY HAMERSCHLAG
Miami Beach.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
A recent column by Lillian Kratl
on music and theatre made slight-
ing reference to the acoustics in
the Miami Beach Auditorium, and
1 would like to echo with "Amen."
It has been my privilege to perso-
nally know many of the artists who
have performed here, and without
exception they have spoken dispa-
ragingly about this condition
Among the musically attuned,
many Beachites chose to do their
listening at the Da.ie County Audi-
torium despite the inconvenience
If the auditorium cannot be engin-
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worthy of the artists who perform.
So, again. Amen to the thoughts of
Lillian Kraff.
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Television
Revolution
By MAX LcRNER
Herzog Clashes With Prof. Toynbee
PRIME MINISTER BENGURION'S resignation is u waj .. leulug
I ....._... i ( Cabinet and in the Ma] i Pj rty that he mean? busi-
...,, ol r. Ih< service of his nation and people. A
is survived i si my career, Ben-Gurion has the tacti-
.. roughness thai comes with bis sens< f strei
he Lavon case, over which he resigned, there were two aspects
e was that he regarded L\ a as th< .eader
(.: Hista rul clash) ith the Prime
, ssues I ":. ol the state The second.
more sei -. i len-Gurion has a fierce pride in the
. and resents anyone whowhatever the cause
puU .. :. nor of the Army in question.
II would be a good guess hat he will not be long out of tin lier's
There si e else U da) in Israel who c tuld fill the post success-
lion to B G.

THE FEAR about a possible slip or error in a Presidential press con-
N on TV misses the point of the revolution marked by the event of
esday. Jan 25. 1961.
The revolutionary fact is that television has now become part of the
V S government. The Presidential press conferencewhich Woodrow
9 ilson initiated, and which was sustained in a half-hearted way until
Roosevelt and then vitalized by himhad come to take the place of the
"question hour" or the "interpellations" in European parliaments. But
with some execptions the oral words of the President have reached the
I rople through the printed word Now they reach the people directly
and many more peoplethrough a medium which can be more vibrant
powerful than any in the world's history.
I CANNOT FOREGO A NOTE of sadne^ in saying this (via the
printed word because as a writer. 1 live and breathe and have my being
by the printed word, whether in these columns or m books But I should
II blind to the great surging wave of history if 1 failed to see the lm-
l nance of whit has happened. We may be Romans in the last century
it c cry. but if so it would be well to be open-eyed Romans.
The breakthrough had to come. The wonder is not that it came but
that it didn't come earlier. Once you have a technology as capacious |
powerful as TV. you are bound to use it. not only for the dismal ex-
fer.ences we call "entertainment" but for government. Now President
Kennedy has enUsted television not only in the expansion of the Presi-
< ej butwhat is crucialin its relation to the people.
That is why the tremors of the tremblers about a possible Presiden-
i slip seem beside the point Every medium carries its built-in costs '
and dangers with it. True, instantaneous TV' image on the retina can-
I be recalled, but neither can it be distorted by being relayed and me-
c .:ed through movable type on pulp. Having sat in on press confer-
ences by Presidents Roosevelt. Truman, and Eisenhower, and then read
. rv- tit them I car. testify that something crucial was usually missed.
' il text could never convey the mood and flavor "of Roose-
velt savagj ; layfiUness with the correspondents. Truman's impulsive
I ges. Eisenhower's uneasy folk:uu.-
may pay a price for what you get The real price :n President
TV venture u not the danger oj talking without thinking
( s a panther cat all through i but the danger that in
i ikon people in his TV audience he would no longer
lt i 400 newsmen in Um auditorium. And I fear that the
1' talk not to the President but to the TV' audience.
VHAT HAS HAPPENED, in short, is that the nature of the dialogue
1 me less a dialogue between President and re
and more a dialogue between President and demos. This is what
Fl ed to achieve through bis "fireside chats,'" but the missing
.entso necessary for a press conferencereached its flower-
' fbr him to use. The Keiauver and the Army-ilcCarthv hear-
ed the way. but the White House incumbents didn't take it.
- interesting that, unlike F.D.R President Kennedy has not re-
to a new medium out of anger or retaliation against a hostile
"-- v has bad, since his (lection, an incredibly favorable
I .-and this includes many Republican as well as Democratic papers.
limed to TV in an afi.r natii e mood, because during the cam-
I i learned its power to swing the whole national mood.
H< has a w mi, : lenai i bis capacit} to use this medium, both for
stage and the domestic as well The fir.t tentative step in
can-Russian I -the release of the two RB47 fliers
" dramatic impact by being announced to the nation directly
that it could net otherwise have had Or to take another
' explanation of how she Rules Com-
' right 0/i vote on an Administration
I ... :r, ;: v U bt harder I -ay impossible) for the House to ob-
it et the Rayburn proposal to break the blockade by enlarging the
( mittee.
BUT MAINLY THE PRESIDENT will be able to use the TV dialogue '
nd for argument or preaching but what may be more effective) for
projecting the image ol an alert, resourceful, literate, and activist leader
<'. a democracy. It communicates a political mood and style which the
[Tinted word, whatever the magic of its imagery, falls short of. This
is what I meant above when I spoke of the change the electronic revolu-
tion has brought about between leader and people in a democracy.
Obviously it has Us dangers. The greatest it that it might somedav
I I misused by an evil demagogue Lent on absolute power But this abuse
' otcntial in every form of Presidential power A quarter-century ago.
During the New Deal period. I wrote in my first effort at a book that in a
< mocracy power is what you make it. This was also. I suspect. Robert
I sfs meaning when he told the new young American President,
'D n t be afraid of power."
In an end the best guarantee against power abuse is an informed
T '< pact people.
Continued from Page 1-A
war. a large number of people.
Jewish and Arab, in the Middle
East, were up; he said.
"The problem was I result of the
war proclaimed by the Arabs
""Two bum
are toda: enjoying equality in Is-
rael and I as th< Ambassador oJ
Israel, represent thos< Arabs just
as i repn -.' Mr Her-
:- abs :< : i<
,h v :-.". ri fug I I n
countrii
this v ar but '. > ugees an
perm exist-
Proi Toynb e then
in I he was dealing with
the murder of civilians behind the
ines Whether ;: is murder by
the British in Pert >. or 1 > the
Germans in Poland, it is imirdl
and there is no such thing as more
than ioo percent murder. All of
these points apply to the acts ol
the Stern gang and the Irgun." a
reference to two pre state terrorist
groups.
"I do not know how far the
Haganah," (the pre-srate Jewish
underground army) was impfi-
anted, but I have heard it said
and I have never heard it denied
that after Deir Yassin, Jewish
trucks went around with loud-
speakers in Arab settlements n4
called out 'if you don't want this,
get out,' Prof. Toynbee stated.
The Ambassador replied to thi*
that the Deir Yassin incident
"came after a tremendous provo-
cation. It was condemned by the
Jewish Agency and a message of
regret was sent to King Abdullah
of Jordan The Arabs committed
many atrocities but there was
never a word of regret."
Speaking again. Prof Toynbee
said that all Jews m the world
"have associated themselves with
the atrocities which took place in
Israel and with the holding of the
Arab property, particularly the
Jews in Canada, and the United
States This is robbery." Dr.
Toynbee added that such behavior
was a part of human nature and
that the "Jewish people took part
in this kind of action."
In another phase of the debate,
the Ambassador replied to the his-
torian's argumem that he ques-
tioned the claim of the Jew-
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Friday, February 10. 1961
t'Jenisti Ffarijfi&r
1
Page 7-A
UJA Launched With $14,850,000
Judge Phillip Goldman and Judge Jack A. Falk (stcnding right)
will be honored at a CJA reception and supper on Wednesday
at the Jewish Home tor the Aged. Seen (left) are State Attorney
Richard E. Gerstein, chairman of the Professional Divisions,
and Judge Harold 3. Spaet and Judge Irving Cypen, honorary
dinner chairmen. Martin Fine (not shown) is general chairman
of the CJA Attorneys Division.
Plans Finalized for Attorneys Division
Function Honoring Judges Goldman, Falk
Final plans were shaping up this
week for the reception and dinner
Df the CJA Attorneys Division hon-
oring recently appointed Judges
('lillip Goldman, of the Circuit
{ >urt. ar, Mm: Court.
The dinner will le held at 6:30
p rn., Wednesday, a", the Jewish
Hjme for the Age! 151 NE 52 st..
. the CJA Attorneys Division of a
good turnout to the dinner
The dinner committee was named
, by Martin Fine, general chairman
- of the division, and is made up of
! a group of well-known attorneys
1 who have held positions of leader-
ship in the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and the Greater Miami Jew-
Prayer Vigil
i>h Federation. _, ,
The committee i.icludes David | Q Qg HgIQ
P Celsman. A Buii Cutler, Sid-
c-y Efronson. Mayor Clemen J. An mterfaith 24-hour prayer vi-
E.irllch. Leon A Epstein, Sanford 8'1 observe the 75th anniver-
- Ftimce. Marshall N Feuer. of Wor,(* Day of p;a>'er he"
ladS Milton A Friedman. Tsey., ginning Thursday noon. Feb lb.
r.JUT Gelber, \V:!1:j::i L Glosser. The function is under the spon-
Varthall S. Harr:> and Louis Hei-. sorship of United Church Women
Iin of Greater Miami.
\bo. Robert L Loeppel, James! The interdenominational vigil
r_ Liebman.* Kenneth M. MfW,H" ^ inter-racial. Part.c.-
Lawrence C. Porter. Lloyd L. Rus-! P-^S at II P;m on Thursday night
k.:i, Philhp Sch.fi. Samuel W. Sha- jj he Temple Zamora 44 Zamora
,L Bi^harH r <-,nP Harold ave- Coral Gables, under the spin-
KS. w'S ,Bwtii v!w-' J*"* B. um\
s Wepman, and Harry Zukemick. "urwitz
Continued from Page 1-A
resettled more than 2.700,000 Jew-
ish refugees and distressed per-
sons, Raising more than a billion
dollars for its humanitarian aid.
In 1961 it seeks S72.74O.0C0 to as-
sist 580.500 men. women and child-
ren, including unabsorbed immi-
grants to Israel, distressed '
in other overseas lands and refu-
gees to this country.
Albert A Levm, of Cleveland.
CIA's national chairman and chair-
man of the inaugural conference,
tailed Sunday's outpouring oi gifts
"as a sign of American Jewry's in-
erest in aiding Israel's immi-
grants
"The S14.850.000 in starting gifts
recieved today." Levin noted, "ex-
ceeds the amount contributed to
start last year's campaign by more
than two and a half million dol-
lars."
Sunday's response followed a
strong plea by Maj. Gen. Haim
Laskov, former Chief of Staff of
the Israel Defense Forces, that
American Jews help "step up the
process of absorbing some 320.-
000 still unintegrated immigrants
in Israel, in order to insure the
! country's remarkable democratic
, gains.
"The record shows that the es-
1 tablishment of Israel represents
! the one real achievement in nation
building on the democratic front
i since the end of Wprld War II,"
1 Gen Laskov declared
He added, "other new nations
started out as democracies, but
have since reverted to totalitaria-
nism. Israel, however, is a living,
flourishing democracy still making
great progress in the face of enor-
\ mous problems."
In accepting the UJA general
chairmanship, Meyerhoff told
Sunday's meeting, "I do so in the
solemn realixation that more
than half a million lives literally
depend on those who lead and
serve in the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
"But I am also aware that it
i has been the great good fortune of
our generation to have the oppor-
tunity to end age-old problems of
Jewish .-.uttering and misery. This
is a challange which I humbly ac-
cept, secure in the knowledge that
I will recieve your full support."
The new UJA general chairman
has been active in philantnropic
and communal work on every level.'
from the local to the international,
lor more than three decades. In
the world cf business, meanwhile,
he is nationally prominent in the
fields of home building and real
velopment, and as the past,
president cf the National Home
Builder, oi the United States.
He has been long identified with
programs cf aid to Jewish ret:U
overseas and Israel's immigrants,
as a national chairman of the UJA.
and former chairman of its na-
tional campaign cabinet. He also
has been a vigorous advocate in
promoting Israel's economic sta-
bility through private enterprise.
Meyerhoff serves additionally as
vice chairman of the Jewish Agen-1
cy for Israel, member of the na-
tional executive committee of Is-
rael Bonds, and board member of
the Council of Jewish Federation
and Welfare Funds
In Baltimore, he is president of
I the Associated Jewish Charities.
! and holds numerous posts in civic
and Jewish bodies. He is chair-
man of the Maryland State Plan-
ning Commission.
Born in the Ukraine in 1899.
Meyerhoff came to the United
States at the age of seven. He is
a graduate of the law school of
the University of Maryland, is mar-
ried, and has three children.
Klutznick. who has served in
high posts under the last three
presidents, was a member of the
I'.S delegation to the United Na-
tions Twelfth General Assembly in
1957
At a hearing of the Senate For-
eign Relations Committe on Jan.
131, which confirmed his appoint-
! ment, he announced that he would
! resign from the various high posi-
j tions he holds in Jewish life, and
I divest himself of business interests
in Israel, to avoid any impression
of partiality in his diplomatic post
"The task which I hav. i
called upon to undertake by t !
President, and which I feel i i
privilege to undertake, K
nick told the Sunday 1,1 A
ence. "seeks to promote a m
mum ol world cooperation in m
\t ry fields in which
.:. the United Jew Ish Ap] I
"I could not find it in my hes I
to reject any invitation of t**
President to serve our natior >
legitimate hopes ard amlitio--:
But, in addition, I welcome Hlis
spec;al opportunity to serve it
an area which I regard as a-r>
extension of the very interest
that for years have occupied
energies and my hopes."
Speaking further, the
UJA general chairman dedal
What greater joy can one have
than to be able to help try to fir I
formulae for world cooperation -.>
advance human dignity, economy
independence, learning and the at
tributes of a good life? To the ut-
most of my ability, I shall strivo
to represent this nation of our- i
the great effort to attain and pr-;
serve, on a world scale, the goals
! of human dignity to which we i:s
committed as Americans.
"As I face this work. I for
feel strengthened for it by the hen,.
, tage of spirituality, of genero^./,
of the eternal desire and hope tor
a better world with peace and |.;
tice for all, which is mine as a
I Jew."
Saperstein Will
Head Honorary
Marshall Saperstein has been '
elected to head Be-a Beta Mu fi-
nance honorary at the University
of Miami for the new semester.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Da-
vid Saperstein. 934 Michigan ave.
His vice president will be Zayls
: A. Bernstein, son of Mr and Mrs.
! Charles Bernstein. 1201 NE 15V t
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New secretary is Bennett 3.
Herzfield, son of Max Herzfieli,
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Mayor Robert King High has de-
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Day of Prayer in Miami
Kefauver to be Speaker
Speaker will bt Judge Harold
B. Spaet, a Metro Commissioner
ana) former vice mayor of Miami
Beach, who will be serving as one
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Pace 8-A
v-Jenist flkradHinr
Friday. February 10. 1351
Harvey Greenspan: Passing of a Creative Mogul
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
1 10 passing of Harvey Oreen-
i on Dec. 22 recalls a charac-
t.i out of Horatio Alger, the wri-
te i who loved to tell about boys
rose from poverty to riches
Bi Harvey was more than the
P r ho\ who merely made good.
lie became a constructive busi-
ness man, an industrialist of ti and creativity He died a
lonaire many times
Vet his intei i sts w i re nol con-
d to business exclus
rtlj before I dea I h
i v sed a set of the L'nivers
Ency< lop< dia. 1 w a- on i .,.
J to v- W Yoi >x .:\ Octo
n Harvi i | i find
a copy oi i iershom S<
ajor Trends in Jew ish Mj -..
oi
Samuel Harvey Greenspan
was born in 1893 and migrated
frcm Pinsk in Russia via Livtr-
peel, England, to the U. S. in his
13th year. In his desk, he kept
an enia.ged snapshot of his fa-
ther, a bearded sage in skull cap,
cctply engrossed in a large fo-
lic of the Talmud.
s brother, a pious shochet.
: in New York From such a
B* daily and religious back-
ind, Harvey began teaching
IK jre.v in a school, at the same
studying at New York L'ni-
\ sity and later completing a
course at Columbia. Intend-
ir to become a lawyer, he
ked in the office of a rela-
. Harvey Harwood. who tub-
.- uently became governor of
Virgil] Islands.
Clothing Manufacturer
After World War I erupted.
vej served in the Air Force
- Long Island. In Pittsburgh.
married the beautiful Jean.
OSi ot the six daughters of Moses
; il Rebecca Krieger. and rinf-
into the wholesale clothing
nes. Soon, he was manu-
inng men's clothes under the
--- up of Greenberger. Greenspan
Co which operated sucess-
t\ y during the 1920s in New
" k City. By employing union
Ji ir. he anticiuated no trouble
fi n strikes or lockouts But he
I into a stone wall.
(ne day. in the late 1920s, a
I i gate from the Amalgamated
I lung Makers of America
HARVEY GREENSPAN
. constructive businessman
walked into the loft with an or-
oer that the Greenspan company
take on an additional bookeeper
Harvey protested that he had r.o
need for any more employees.
Yet as a practical business man.
he agreed to pay the additional
salary, provided the new employ-
ee remained at home. The check
would be mailed to him weekly
To this the delegate would not
agree. Harvey suspected that the
union wanted to check his books
and spy into his business He re-
fused. Then, war was on.
Things began to happen. The
manulactunng loft became haun-
ted door's were found soiled and
papers would disappear Some-
how, the wrong labels were sewed
on to the w ror.g garments.
Strange accidents to the trucks
carrying his merchandise sug-
gested sabotage Matters reached
such a pass that Harvey decided
to mo\e his factory to New Jer-
sey, yet operate the office in Man-
hattan. One morning, his brother
-in-law. who worked in the busi-
ness, entered the subway and
while passing through the turn-
stile was slugged on the head
and knocked unconscios.
A prudent person would have
made peace. While no one yet
dreamed of a New Deal, the un-
ions nevertheless were gaining
power and prestige. Sidney Hill-
man was determined to establish
his Amalgamated on a firm b.i-i-.
Pan Am Bank Names Directors
' I. t annual meeting of the succeeds James Sottile, Sr.. who
Bt< c holders ol Pan American Bank will serve as vice chairman. P. .1
Oi lami. the following directors
Wen elected to the board
Thomas .1 Bomar, Myron M
Behiman. Donald H. Hoik. Jaco
L. 1 Cabas-a. William J Callahan.
Jom \ Fcrre. George D Fahrner.
Mr' i Higginbotham, F c Letting
well John McLeod.
A d William B. Roman. P J
S< i .He-. Gerald Shmgledvcker. C
Jo< h Snyder, Jume, Sottile. Sr.
Ja< Sottile. Jr. Henry Taylor.
Jr li.iilcs Tutan. Franklvn Watts
T a Whiteside
mas J Comar was named
oard at the di-
rect r- organizational meeting fol-
h v. ig the annual meeting He
Serrall'-s w ill continue as vice chair
man al-o
Bomar was also elected presi
dent of the bank, succeeding Jo-
seph S. Moss, who has resigned.
Bomar has been active in Miami
financial circles since 1925. He is
chairman and president of Dade
Commonwealth Title Insurance
Company and chairman and presi-
dent of Dade Commonwealth Mort-
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cost what il may. Any one who
stood in its way would be crushed.
In Harvey Greenspan, Hillman
met a tough antagonist Harvey-
asked for and obtained a confer-
ence. Present were Sidney Hill-
man. Jacob Pototsky and the top
leaders ot the union Harvey up-
braided them for using Cossask
and gangster methods.
Hillman responded that a high
princpal Justified extreme mea-
sures where the public interest
was involved. Quarter was
ther ak"d nor given Bui Har-
vey's obstinati ( lurage ^ uld nol
pret st the "t the
Amalj in ated. i; r e v' n b e r g e r,
Greenspan A > i was soon put
out of business The depn -
came on and Harvey was financi-
ally busted
This debacle might have been
a setback, but was no defeat. Ul-
timately it proved beneficial. The
manufacture and distribution ot
men's clothing was a; the time a
difficult and highly competitive
business, recently emerged out ot
the sweat shop era It proved .
saleable training school tor Har
vey Greenspan, who was now
equipped to handle any kind of
business. The break with the
past opened new vistas for the fu-
ture
Celotex Corporation
In spite of the depression. Har-
vey Green>pan. with his superb
busine qualifications, would
have had little difficulty in land-
ing a good job. But he scorned
any position, no matter how lu-
crative. Together With abundant
pride, he had the temperament oi
a dictator who would never brook
On ers from any business enter-
prise, no matter how complicated.
While looking about for some
venture, his sister-in-law, Cilda
Krieger, married Bror O. Dahl-
berg, president ot the Celotex
Corporation. During the depres-
sion this stock company, regis-
tered on the New York Stock Ex-
change, sank into difficulties. Ac-
tually in receivership, it ceased
all operations. Dahlberg had per-
fected the process of making mn
insulated material out of sugar
cane waste after the juice had
been squeezed out.
It was important to builders,
and could be put to various uses
that included soundproofing A
good promoter, he could interest '
capital in his ventures. But re
constructing a company that had
gone on the rocks was not his
metier.
Dahlberg recognized the talents
of his brother-in-law, and Harvey
was given the task of reorgani-
zing It was a new experience
The stockholders had to be in-
duced to surrender their securi-
ties for new shares to be issued
after the court confirmed the re-
organization, h was no easy as-
sigment to influence people scat-
tered throughout the U.S.A. or
abroad and gain their confidence.
This task Harvey accomplished
with complete satisfaction to the
officers and subsequently to the
Stockholders The Celotex Cor-
ition today is important in
the building industry; it is eon-
- der i .i sound investment on
Street
; les receiving a blink of
s for his successful efforts,
tey now had the choice of
an) position in the reorganized
\ salary was no'
e sneezed ai as the d< |
gradually lifted. But lie
a peculiar aversion to an)
job regardless of salary.
The Celotex Corporation w,
now a fait accompli. |, $imp|/
had to settle down to production
and distribution. All the cha..
lenge, the struggle, the advetv
ture was gone. He mest look for
some business that was still j
the dream stage. His restless en-
ergies would bring about its fu|.
fillment.
While reconstructing I .
Harvey's wife. Jean, ai
child. Lila. joined the K
family, which had moti
ami Beach, Bui he |
nothing in Florida suitab
abilities or experience | ,
to touris's was then "
sole industry in or al 0
Operating a hotel or ai
house would m i latis
less temperament. Someo
ti >ned Haiti a> a primitivv j
ting for dev< '
pioneer extrepreneur
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Indictment Lists 15 Counts Against Eichmann
Increased pledqes to the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal are
turned ;n by these members of the Manufacturing and Trans-
rort Division ct a big dinner meetinq last week at Miami
pringt Villas Carriage Club. Seated are Martin Lodge and
Phil Revitz. Standing are Herbert D. Miller and Yale Ogron.
Reid Ends Ambassador Tenure;
Hopes for Middle East Accord
Continued from Page 1-A
"peace r-,ust came. There is sim-
ply no alternative to peace." It
Will taW concentration and a
great ctal of patience, but the I
xtensicr to the Arab lands of
ftie ecoremic and social projress |
bservit.e in Israel is certain to
make ar impact toward peace in
the em re area. When the stan-
dards cf living of the Arab peo-
ples aie raised, he declared,
?here is no doubt that the pre-
sent armistice agreements be-
tween Itrael and its Arab neigh-
bors will be metamorphosed into
peace treaties.
Mr. R< ;1 had hi^li praise for Is-
rael. n<>; nly for officials and lea-
Srg but .iiso for the Israeli people,
was tpeciall) laudatory of the
treatment accoraed by Israel to
Arab- I,. ~: in the country. "I have
visiuv! Nazareth, which is virtually
an all-A'uO oily." he said, "and 1
aw Aiai; progress everywhere.
"Vast strides have boon made by
the IsratI Government to extend
education among the Arabs in the
cdunti\>, (I to extend all oppoitu-
nitic- :: -rai.M the Arab citi-
zens i' 'he land The Ministry of
Health h; d>r..' truly remarkable
work ,i- m m the Israeli Arabs."
fir !: !. who is only 35. learned
Hebrew ;eioro a-v-iming his post.
Both h. a.d hi.- wife. Mary Louise.
studied Hebrew at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary in New York.
Mrs Reid said that in Israel she
used a Hebrew name. Miriam.
Her fourth child. Elizabeth, was
born in Israel, and was also given
a Hebrew nameElisheva. Mr
Reid was formally greeted aboard
the SS United States by Israel's
Counsel-General in New York. Bin-
yamin Eliav. who extended to the
returning American diplomat the
greetings of Israel's Ambassador
to Washington. Avraham Harman.
Beach Singers Due
At Music Festival
Miami Beach Community Singers
will be one of the performing
groups included in the program of
the annual community-wide Jew-
ish Music Festival, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Louis Glasser,
chairman.
The Festival will take place on
Sunday night. Feb. 26, at Temple
Israel.
The program will include other
vocal and instrumental artists as
well as dancers.
Under the direction of Ben Yo-
men. the Miami Beach Community
Singers will present a mixed chorus
of 46 voices. This will mark the
first appearance ot this group at a
festival concert.
Continued from Page 1-A
ity. This was presumably aimed
at underscoring the universal as-
pects of the trial.
Eichmann was accused of hav-
ing caused with others, during
the period 1939-1945, the murder,
destruction, enslavement and de-
portation of the civilian Jewish
population of Germany, the Axis
countries and countries occupied
by them. In another count, he
was accused of having "perse-
cuted Jews on national, racial,
relig-ous and political grounds."
This mass murder, the indict-
ment said, was carried out by
means of operational groups, the
BinsatZ-Gruppen, in German-occu-
pied countries where Jews were
enslaved and tortured, by means
ot local concentrations and mass
deportation-; conducted under harsh
and inhuman conditions in Ger-
many. Austria, Italy. Bulgaria.
Belgium, the Soviet Union. Lithu-
ania. Latvia. Estonia, Denmark.
Holland. Hungary. Yugoslavia.
Greece, Luxembourg. Monaco.
Norway, Poland, Czechoslovakia,
France and Rumania.
Eichmann was charged with
carrying out these acts while serv-
ing as the head of the department
of Jewish Affairs in Berlin in 1942.
and as head of a special Eichmann
operations unit in Budapest.
He was charged in another count
with having caused serious physi-
cal and mental harm to millions
of Jews by enslaving, starving, de-
porting, persecuting and incarcer-
ating them in ghettoes and concen-
tration camps under inhuman con-
ditions of humiliation, starvation,
overcrowding and torture.
In a further count, Eichmann
was charged with devising in
1942, measures for the steriliza-
tion of Jews in Germany and oc-
cupied areas with the goal of pre-
venting births among Jews, with
the intent to destroy the Jewish
people. The indictment also
charged the Nazi, together with
others, of having caused spolia-
tion of property of Jewish resi-
dents in Germany and in occu-
pied countries by robbery, co-
ercion, terrorism, and torture.
Among the crimes against hu-i
inanity charged to Eichmann m as
the deportation from 1340 to 1942
oi 500,000 Polish civilians from
their places of residences, with the
intent to settle German families in
their place According to the in
distment, the Polish deportees were
in part transferred to Germany to
serve as forced labor or for "re-
Germanization." partly abandoned
in German-occupied eastern regions
and partly concentrated in labor
camp.', by the Hitler Elite SS un-
der inhuman conditions.
Eichmann also was accused, to-
gether with others, of having
caused in 1941 the deportation ot
14,000 Slovene civilians from their
places of residence in Yugoslavia,
to make room for settlement of
German families. According to the
indictment, the Slovenes were;
transferred to Serbia by coercive,
terrorist measures under inhuman
conditions. Eichmann and his ay-
sociates jyere also charged, in an-
other count, with causing the de-
portation of many thousands oE
gypsies to concentration camp;
and then to extermination centers.
FBI Expert
Addresses Bar
J. Edgar Hoover's foremost er-
pert on Communism addressed the
Hade Countj Bar Assn. at i's
monthly luncheon meeting al noon
Monday at the Tip O" the Colum.
bus.
He is William C. Sullivan, ch tl
inspector in charge of FBI research
and analysis relating to Commu-
nist subversion, intelligence and
espionage activiti* -.
uel .!. Powers, Jr., Bar pr ,i-
dent, said inspector Sullivan di
cussed Communist tactics, the me-
chanic- oi the party's operation,
and how the US can successfully
combat the R< ds
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*J&*ist fkrfafter
Friday. February 10. 1961
Leo Chaikin (seated center), chairman of the 1961 Combined
Jewish Appeal Liquor Division, meets with local business lead-
ers to plan their annual Liquor Luncheon next month. An
invitation has been extended to Tom Lee. Florida's new State
Beverage director, to attend as guest of honor. Seated left is
Marvin Rauzin. Riqht is Jerome Halpern. Standing are Phillip
Cantor and Jerry Blank.
Waste Superinfem/ent Named the,Da '< Cm,nty m,,c Wo,rksh^
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Rockwell Men
Pinched in Philly
Continued from Page l-A
Australia, arranged by the Aus-
tralian National Workers Party
He said that the croup is affiliated
with an international Nazi '
zation known as the World Union
ol Free Enterprise, Nationalist So-
cieties,
Rockwell said he would go to
Australia if proper "financial ar-
rangements" are made by the offi-
cers 'i the organizations that in-
. him He plans I i apply for
a visa to travel to Australia, he
declared, and will ask State De-
partment a: I m case he is refuse i
a visa
Dispatches received here from
Canberra, capital of Australia,
reported that both Prime Minis-
ter Robert Gordon Menxies and
Minister of Immigration Alexan-
der R. Downtr have ordered
their American consulates to
withhold any visa application
that may be filed by Rockwell,
pending decision by Australia's
highest officials.
Downer was quoted as saying
Australia detests all political ex-
tremists. If the facts show that
this man is a Nazi or neo-Nazi, he
would be most unwelcome in our
land."
A Defense Department spokes-
man in Washington announced that
Army Specialist Fifth Grade Daniel
Honaker. who participated in pic-
keting activity of Rockwells Par-
ty, had been discharged from the
service "for the convenience of the
Government Honaker filed a suit
in U. S. District Court, with Rock-
well acting as his counsel." in an
effort to prevent his d^charge But
the court dismissed Honaker's suit,
and upheld the Army. The dis-
charge was put into effect.
Beth Am Sets
Adult Institute
David Saklad. of the American
Jewish Committee, will discuss
"How Do We Regard Our Christian
Neighbors?" for the adult institute
cf Temple Beth Am in the audito-
rium on Sunday at 10 a.m.
Nehemiah Mark, well known
sculptor, will appear at the Beth
Am religious school Saturday and
Sunday morning.
Mark, who works primarily on j
Biblical themes, will demonstrate
the manner in which his wood fig-
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Friday. February 10, 1961
fJen tsf fkrkttari
Pace 11-A
Dr. Fineberg Will
DiscuSs Eichmann
AJC Luncheon
Rlnl Fmeberp. comma-
relflpn; consultant of the
rican Jewish Committee, will
ress a luncheon mee:ing of the
Miami charter of American .lew-
I Commit- n. Mnn.;.iy at the
Bont Pla.;. hotel,
fis hjei! i> "What the Eich-
Jan Case Mr,.: ,. Y.m."
Sponsored : he Greater Miami
rbopter, ih
program* f.>r .loui^h community
leaders jpoti..'i:inp major areas of
inlernation.: national and local
interest ar concern. Mrs. B B
Gojdsteims program chairman.
Or. Wnebfrg recently visited
ltr\, where he discussed the
Eichmann case with many Israeli
official*, among tnem David Lan-
der, Hractor of Israels Public
Information Office. As a result
0# facts obtained there, Dr. Fine-
*oni if now on a national speak-
ing tour to answer questions such
M, "Why is Israel Trying Eich.
mono?" "Can the Trial be Con-
tootod Fairly" -What Can the
rial Hope to Accomplish?"
"3Mh*t international and Local
Koawoowosions Can be Expected
fooa.ffca -Testimony?"
Dr. Fineberc a pioneer and lead-
ing aathoritY h; intcrgroup rela-
tions, has lectured in over 250 ci-
li8 during hi> 21 years of service ;
on the American Jewish Commit-
lee staff.
In charge of information for the
Monday .luncheon is Seymour Sa-
met, director of Greater Miami
chapter, 1210 Congre.-s bldg.. Mi-
anji.
Ask B-G to Form New Government
Comtor Brummer featured
A new release b\ the Record
Club of America features Cantor
PbUip H. Brummer. (if Coral Ca-
bles, with other carefuly chosen
voices of today in the sphere ol
concert and -acred music, entitled
"rejrt Cantor- of the Present."
DR. S. ANDHIL HNEBERG
Miami Teen-Ager
Attends Confab
Sheila Sandier of 2323 SW 20th
It., attended the annual mid-year
meeting of the international execu-
tive committee of the B'nai Bnth
Youth Organization in Washington.,
DC las: weekend.
Sheila, a 17-year-old senior at
Miami Senior High School, and a
member oi Debs BBG. serves as
president of District 5 B'nai B'ritb
Girls, which includes most of the
Southeastern United^States.
B'nai B'rith Girls is the teen-age
division of the Bnai B'rith Youth
Organization.
Some 40 top teen-age leaders of
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion took part ir. the three-day meet-
ing to hear progress reports on the
activities of the various commit-
tees and projects on which the or-
ganization's nearly 40.000 members'
are working.
Continued from Pace 1-A
Party move to force Pinhas La-
von's resignation as secretary gen-
eral oi the Uistadrut, the Israel
Federation of Labor, and the repe-
tition by Mr" Ben-Gurion in his let-
ter of resignation of the criticisms
he had previously voiced of his
colleague's position in the Lav on
affair.
The National Religious Party,
another member of the outgoing
coalition, was said to be reluctant
to enter a new coalition unless it
included the moderate Progressive
Party. The Genera! Zionist Party,
which was in the opposition, was
describedas opposed to entering a
new government and firm in its
demand that new elections be held.
Mr. Ben-Gurion also faced tow-
ering obstacles in the ranks of
his own party. Foreign Minister
Go!da Meir and Minister of Com-
merce and Industry Pinhas Sapir
indicated that they would not en-
ter a new Ben-Gurion govern-
ment. Mrs. Meir officially went
on two weeks' leave Tuesday but
was likely to prolong her absence
until after the formation of a new
government. Both she and Mr.
Sapir were under strong pressure
from Mapai elements to agree to
serve in a new cabinet.
Mr. Ben-Gurion appeared to be
lacing great difficulties from a
grouping of labor veterans and the
farm bloc within the Mapai Party.
They were impressed by the fact
that in the showdown between Ben-
Gurion and Lavon in the Mapai
Central Committee last weekend,
some 40 percent of the committee
supported Lavon They were de-
scribed Tuesday as taking the po-
sition that if heads were to roll.
Lavons would not roll alone
One of the demands this bloc was
said to be pressing was for the abo-
lition of the post of Deputy Defense
Minister, now held by Shimon Pe-
res .". vas Lavon's chief adver-
sary m ihc-ttttor ficht over culpa-
bility for the 1954 security mishap
when Lavon was Minister of De-
fense and Peres, director-general
of the Ministry.
The bloc also sough) the removal
of Yosei Almogi. the secretary,
general 01 the party, on the
'.ha; his .......: to show sufi< it
flexil permitted the Lavon
..-;.i( t; develop into an open,
gle
Th veterans-farmers bloc held
thai ismissal of these two
men. both trusted lieutenants of
Ben-Gurion, would, to a certain ex-
tent ffsel the effect created in
the public mind by Ben-Gurion's
attitu wards Lavon. even
ould certainly receive
:.<-" ,. more important
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Researchers Get League Grants
Five researchers in Israel an
among the ~i recipients of Fight
for Sight eye research awards,
which hav( een approved for
1960-1961 by the organization- sci-
entific advisory committee, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Rhoda M Levine, president of the
Fight for Sight League of Greater
Miami. 420 Lincoln rd.
The awards are presented annu-
ally to medical colleges, hospitals
and research centers throughout
Ihe nation and in various parts ol
the world by the National Council
to Combat Blindness.
Among recipients o l current .
grants and fellowships are institu-
tiona in IT slates and six foreign i
countries. including Argentina,
Canada, England. Hungary and
Japan, in addition to Israel
A special award has been grant-
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ance to a mobile trachoma clinic,
initially established through a
Fight for Sight gran; at Hadassah- \
Hebrew University Medical School.
Jerusalem.
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awarded to Dr. Gilbort Baum, Ye-'
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Medical College, to support his de-
velopmem of an electronic device [
to detect, through sound waves,
benign and malignant tumors ol
the eye The awards total $24,320.
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Friday, February 10. 1SS1
Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
SAM LUBY, JR.: No. 27 in a Series
Recent years have witness-
ed emergence of a group ol
young businessmen in the
Miami area who have estab-
lished themselves as dynam-
ic leaders in the city's eco-
nomic and communal lite
Some have had the good
SAM LUBY, JK.
fortune to follow in the foot-
steps of illustrious fathers
who set their own exemplary
pattern of service to the com-
munity, and specifically, to
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Such wcll-delined "foot-
prints in the sands of time''
have helped to guide Sam
Luby. Jr.. CJA leader ot this
week.
Since his early days with
the Young Men's Division of
Federation, Luby has devel-
oped an intimate knowledge
of the work of CJA's agen-
cies
This year, he has been ap-
pointed chairman of the CJA
Automotive Division, a post
which encompasses respon-
sibility lor conducting the
campaign in one of the ma-
jor industries in south Flor-
ida. It is a job requiring a
sense of organization, the
ability to coordinate work of
well-chosen assistants, and a
ze>t for getting results in the
shortest period o f time.
These qualities, he has in
abundance.
When he is not assisting in
directing the auto dealership
which bears the family name.
Luby devotes much of his
time to the Combined Jewish
Appeal. He recently ac-
cepted a top job in the Jewish
Vocational Service, where he
serves on the employers' ad-
visory committee.
His knowledge of the local
labor market and awareness
of the economic pulse of
Dade county makes him a
valuable board member of
this CJA Agency.
He is a member of Temple
Israel, B'nai B'rith, the Stan-
dard Club, and Westview
Country Club, and takes an
active part in the proceedings
of the Miami Auto Dealers'
A-sn
Young executives with the
attributes of Sam Luby. Jr.,
help to place in perspective
their paramount responsibil-
ities in a growing communi-
ty. He is a welcome addition
to the leadership ranks of
CJA.
800 Expected to Attend Hebrew Academy
Dinner Honoring Beach City Councilmen T
\ tallv of reservations for the
forthcoming Bar Mitzvah dinner
of the Hebrew Academy showed
this week that more than 800 guests
will be present. Councilman Wolfie
Cohen, dinner chairman, reported
final breakfast meeting ol
at the .
the dinner committee last Sunday .
The SlOO-a-couple d.nner will be j analyst, the b\mjM deptet
held Sunday in the Grand ballroom activities and program
Mayor D. Lt( Powell, Kenneth Oka,
Melvin Richard, Harold Spact,
ind Morris L.j.p. city manager.
B. I. Binder, president, said that
the highlight ol the evening will be
a sound film. "I relude to Leader-
;hip." Narrated by Gabriel He.,i-
ter noted corrtrotrtalor and neus
tbe
the
Fontainebleau hotel at
o Academy's Hebrew and Engl. i
' departments..
P Proceeds of the affair, the largest Original music was written l< r
f,.n KSrin* P eject of .he school, he film by Mrs. Jack DonneMUg,
Sm ""W Part of the Ac-ad- the school's 1 director
emv's operational deficit. More
than 80 percent of the 350 studen's
Tifereth Israel
Ark Dedication
On Sunday. 7 30 p.m.. Gabriel
He-after will be miest speaker and j
Rabbi Morris Skop and Rabbi B. |
Leon Hurwitz will join Rabbi Na-1
than H. Switman in dedicating the :
i altar at Tifereth Israel Northside ,
Center. 6500 No. Miami ave
The ark was donated by Marshall
Comis and Mrs. Pearl Comis in'
memory of Louis Comis. It fol-
lows the architectural theme of
, emphasizing the figure six as a re-
minder of the six million martyrs
of the Nazi holocaust. Altar furn-
j ishin^s were donated by other
members of the congregation
Larry Blue's orchestra will pro-
vide the music at the reception
following the ceremonies Noted
cantors will join Cantor Albert
Glanutl in the liturgical portion of
the program.
are enrolled on a partial or full
scholarship.
County rabbis, community lead-
j ers, synagogue and temple presi-
' dents will be present to honor
the councilmen of the City of
Miami Beach for their "contri-
butions to the advancement of
education and dedication to the
grewth and development of the
City of Miami Beach."
To be honored are Wolfie Cohen.
Bernard Frank. Marcie Liberman.
To Live in Hmru We Leave
Behind ... i* io Live Forever!
PALMER'S
MEMORIALS
"Miami's Only
Jewish
Monumeef
Bui/den"
Scheduled Unveilings
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1585 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
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| Synagogues. School* & Private Use
ISRAELI 4 DOMESTIC GIFTS
USY Group Has Torah Weekend
United SynagOglM Youth of Beth
David will celebrate a Torah
Weekend beginning with participa-
tion in services ;it the synagogue
< n Friday evening.
Leading them in their activities
ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE
1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722
ALL HEBREW SUPPLES FOR
SYNAGOGUES* JEWISH HOMES
We Carry Bar Mitavah Records
will be Alan Kamen, former presi-
dent, and Roberta Baum. current
president.
The group will also participate
in the Oneg Shabbat following Fri-
day evening services, as well as .it
services Saturday morning and the
Kuldush
The l:SY group is planning a
dance Saturday evening, and on
Sunday morning will meet at a
Beachite Named Consultant
Sol Hollander, of MiMami Beach.
has been named financial consult-,
ant to a group of Miami investors ]
who will manufacture and market I
the Lemos Thermogon. a desensi-
tizer for teeth and gums which can
be used not only in dental offices.'
hut at home as well. Al Lemos.'
the inventor, is a resident of Holly-
wood.
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest
Supplier for Synagogues,
Hebrew ft Sunday Schools.
Wholesale ft Retail
ISKAtLI GIHS AND NOVtllltS
417 Washington Ave. JE 1 9017
youth breakfast at the synagogue
with Rabbi Norman Shapiro, spir-
imi.i1 leader of Beth David.
GORDON
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HOME
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FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Fla.
HARRY GORDON
PRESIDENT
IKE GORDON
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Mt. S'efeo Cemetery
SUNDAY, 1IB. 12, 1*61
SAM MAUIN, 1 p.m.
. April
SAM BROWN, 1 p.m.
RaM i M REUBEN ft UlliAN BURMAN,
1 p.m.
RJ'h Abraham Wj,.xm
MAURICE KRASNOW, 2 p.m.
K.' iM u S>o
DANIEl COWER, 2 p.m.
Rabbi 8 Lfi h Hiineift
ROSE SCHW4RT2, 2 p.m.
Raj I i I Shol i
MIDRIB BlOtK, 3 p.m.
R..r- 'i HunMts
loktiidr Memorial Park
Ctmifcry
HERBERT KUMVT, 2 p.m.
"Ma) 7 : di Repose
in I '..il I'r.iif'"
ARRAHStMFNTS BY
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selection of.your family Memorial I'loi merit the -
judicious Concern? Of course..That'- win you'll
want to lind oul alioul Miami's Iiih
oldest Jei-ri cemetery today. Mount Nel
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Serenit) and loveliness is its keynote
ol comfort ami inspiration l"r you ,.. a t
memorial "i !"% for those departed. Details Mill be
gladl) givei in your home "i b) mail.
MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
personalized service at the
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TALES OF MORALS
Adthy^ Jan after many un-
"^^r wJai.ita:- investments
'tiffsSl great material loss. >(o
(faat he ud to Jy
and the i ivnal con-
leteriorated /-ov: bad to
/tth every setbac\ the man
his condition and begged
death. T- and circutn-
pontmurd to be unfavorable
* and po i iti became
''K^Mpinal state \r.::l lie was re-
iitfetf-te :''
riiigntpod. car-,1-15 i- ,..1 his bacl{.
f d^^^Hng >t i" ''< place.
ttas
irrying |
i>d, th.. ,!..
nation, rhiei......e bundle
non .thr-
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f re. ow bad li'i- :. face death
ire suddenly de 11 re to live.
<-/w lavni s
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3
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Xife
s
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leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Frlda) I-.in. Naturdaj R:S0 a.m. Ser-
mon "The Judii s of the < 'pin-
ion "I I ,t-lll.irl'lu-\ ."
ANSHE EMES.
Conservative,
piesident.
2533 SW 19th ave.
Maxwell Snberman.
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The Half Shekel: Giving
And Warmth of Giving
By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tamid
This coming Sabbath is tradition-
ally known as Shabbas Shekalim.
To commemorate the annual tax
of a half-shekel levied upon the
Jewish community, we read the
scriptural passage containing the
laws for its collection.
We ;.re thereby reminded that for
'he maintenance of the sanctuary.
each and every Jew was to make a
contribution. In the Avos d' Rab
Nassau, we read: There are tour
types of people he sees and is
seen; he se. -. and is not seen; he
does not see. but is seen; he does
not see. and is not seen.
In reality these types are descrip-
tive of various modes of giving
Charity. The first is the most beau-
tiful. The giver sees and under-
stands the Dhght of the needy. The
recipient in turn not only receives
the financial aid. but also receives
'he warmth and encouragement of
the giver.
-He sees, but is not seen.'" This man understands the need but 8eth ,srael ^ Pra,rie ave. 0r
chooses to do nothing about it. Although he is not yet ready to give. thodox Rabbi h. i_ouis Rottman
there is hope, however, that some day his conscience will show him the 'children partWpatinK
way. There is still hape for him.
"He does not see. but is seen." This man is most familiar. Although
he takes no personal interest in the recipient, he still is a giver. This
type of charity is cold, devoid of warmth and friendship.
"He does not see. and he is not seen." For this man there are no
poor to be helped and no less fortunate than he.
There are then, two elements of the half-shekel: the actual giving
and the warmth in giving.
"Fortunate is he." sayeth the Psalmist, "who is wise concerning
the poor."
Information fo be included in the Religious Sc-rvices column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m preceding the week of publication. All re-
GEMS OF WISDOM
J
1
RABBI EUGENE IAB0VITZ
... warmth in giving
BETH DAVID. 2435 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative Rabbi Njrman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. L pson.
. ; Si I !'.,
\\.. ti i| Time Sal la) S a m. Bar
Mi fviih: Rugene. if Mr. and Mi -
I 1 i i .- I I
Mr. d '. Murra Lludi er.
BETH EL. GOO SW t7tn ave. Orthodox
Raobi Solomcr Aehlff.
; i "Youth i I '
;-. until fill .' '
I,, nun >i l .-' 10 > Ser-
mon : "V, eekl) Port >ti
BETH EMETH. 122:3 *;w 2nd ave
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
ton. Cantor Hyman Fein.
I |t|a S:13 p m. Si rm "The Art "f
I...;,,!.., Bhip Troop sr.u Roj Scouts 111
be Rue*' Hal ur I i ':30 a.m. >' -
.....-i "The SJi irli g Communal Re-
HponHfhillt) Hebrew Bchool itudenta
ill chant the eer\ -
Bervlces: Shlomo Caplan, Bhragai
Qrosa, Oeorge Ooldrlng, Kenneth Tel-
;.i ami Ira Cohen.
BETH JACOB. 3P1-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Frlda> 5:4." p.m. Baturda) B:30 a.m.
Serin :i: The Justice "f tli. Law."
\' u
!ii;e ci
What reason do th rabbis offer for
high honor given to Jethro by
calling a Siclroh (scriptural por-
tion) by his name (Ex. 18-21)?
TRANSLATION -
Sde-3'
"What has hap here?" I
a-ked ,-the di r.ic again.
'Here,*', he -a. i, :< v. a a
olu'.ion, the ':; .i lllimlnT
ot loduatriali-' factories"
i went on leilir-. : -laming me
a shoe factory, i workshop for
, manufai'.urc of parts of prc-
f briClKod hoi-ses. etc. etc. All
s together with agricultural
v .irk have opei-rd up new horizons
--have-brought the town onto the
k.ng's highwu\") for the town.
The four thousand inhabitants of
the place hope th the prophecy
that Sderot will be a big town will
s>on be realized.
I Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
*
CANDIEUGMING TIIM
^4 Shobcrt 5:56 p.m.
V I
imtnieoiuimM-iiiuHiiiiiiiniiimn""'"-""
The WtU's trudged ^r
ui'th it ail throi'"1, t'e \hdd'
as with a
In order to impress upon our peo-1
I pie that not all non-Jews are of the ;
Amalek type ones that seek to
destroy us. The story of Amalek is
the last chapter of the preceding
Sidroh Bcshalach (Ex. 13:17 to
lend of chap. 17). The Jethro type
of non-Jew fails under the category
| of the "pious of the non-Jewish
peoples." of whom we are assured
that "they will have a share in the
world to come."
* *
i
What is Shabbat Shekolim?
It means the Sabbath, when we
read the scriptural portion dealing
with the Shekolim theme. During
Miwiiiiii 11" .....vnrwiwuiwiwiiiiinunnidiw
This page is prepared in CC J
1 operation with the Spiritual Lead- I
ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin' I
ical Assn.
BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
Friday B:30 p.m. Sermon: "Lincoln a
Captl\ itlng Qualities." Saturday 7
a.m. Sermon: "Weeklj Portion.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackovaky
BETH TORAH. 164tn it. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday J:IS p.m. Bern.....: Life as an
Adventure." 8aturda> 8:45 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Leonard, son of Mr. and Saw.
Max Horowlts.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
CHAIM. 408
Rabbi David Hcrson
Coordinator
CONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi David Herson
Tales of Mural
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwits
Know Tour rienuge
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Gems oj Wisdom
i:. .n'iMiuaiinianm
of the Pentateuch, known as Tar-
gum Onkalos. He is said to have
Temple times, the call for the pay- been a proselyte and to have lived j
merit of the poll tax of half a shekel hi the second century of the corn-
by every adult Jew was announced "10" era.
on the first day of the twelfth month The Targum Onkalos appears in
i Adai). As a reminder of this duty, traditional Bibles, and is read week-
the passage from Ex. 30:11-16 was |y by the traditional Jew as an
read on the Sabbath preceding. This authentic commentary to the Penta-
year, the Sabbath falls on Feb. 11. touch.
* *
CONGREGATION ETZ
16th st. Orthodox.
- ----
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Triii.i\ 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "And Thou
Shalt Take So Gift." Oneg Shabbal
and Klddush hosts: Mr and Mrs
Ham Sarnol In honor of Bai Mltavan
nf son, Steven, Saturday :' a.m.
DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1401 NW
183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Zueker Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Fi |da 30 nil' Oui kpeaker: S'tate
Att rri. Richard E Gersteln. Satur-
a.i\ 9 a.m. Sermon: "Emancliation
and i iodlli Mltsvah: Edward, ;
son of Mr. and Mm. Stanley Stein-
breoki r.
PLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
i 8:13 p.m. Rabbi '' r-
! shol '- r.n ewell Messa i
' 'boa[Togt diSSlow! TEMPLE MBNORAH. 620 75th St.
,,l Senior Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram-
p ennship (troup In honor of Rabhl owlta. Cantor Edward Klein.
and Mi- Shote Sal u rtaj 8 10
:, p m IV : Mltsvah ieffrey Lyni
Tlir^c pout a place
,.: : man ta her hus-
wer
r\i \n D
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Chan
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A mi fwi"
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IB ROL.
Re. cheer]
ABO
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H: \s a n t" :;.-.:': hds a
J." .:'" :' II-..
<:
Chr-:
HI N SIR*
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When 'a d good deed do ii
u iff; a cheerful hea I
- LEVITICUS RABBA
*
Bin'V* W'htch teach and speal{ '
whatever u highest and best are
equally sacred whatever be the ton-
gue in which they a*c written or I
the nation to which they belong.
SPINOZA
ti
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform.
Rabbi Sami.el Jafte.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe t. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreiber.
Friday R p.m. B'nal B'rlth Girls serv-
ice. Saturday r, p.m. Bar Mltsvah:
Robert, son of Mi. and Mrs. Anthony
La Sal via.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chate
ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronisl*
Cantor Davla Conviser.
15 j ". Sermon: "Passive Re*
slstance." Saturday 10:46 a.m.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.
e
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 Nf. 19th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Frldu} 8:1" p.m. Sernv n; "Thi Gn it-
n of Lini iln," i Rabbi Morris \v.
ii
TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabhi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb
Krlda> 8:1S p.i Ben on: "< '"i1
\ lea n Ji I
iml Mrs. I tosi n
who will in honor
of Bar to < sva h o( son, .- Sat -
i iffli ers and
M<
What is
It is a
"rolling
Who was Benjamin Sheftall?
lie w;i> an American Jewish
patriot born in Savannah. Ga., m
L735. He v.as one of the first white
children born in the colony. As an
adult, he founded the first syna-
gogue iii Savannah in his house. In
1777, he was appointed commissary- was completed.
general to the troops in Georgia. He
later settled in Philadelphia, where
he was one of the founders of the
Mikvah Israel Congregation.
After the revolution, he returned
to Savannah and secured the land
for the first Jewish cemetery.
* *
What are She-elot U-Teshubot?
They arc a branch of rabbinic lit-
erature comprising an interchange
of rabbinic opinion on matters of
Jewish law. In English, they are
referred to as "Responsa Litera-
ture."
*
Who was Orkelof?
TTe is reputed have been the
author cf the Aram ait translation
*
Geiilah?
Hebrew word which means
up." It is one of the
i Mr .,:..! Mi- l( In IS
Shalos Se idos will :'"'.l"".

HOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yeh.udah
Hellbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. ConservHuve. Rabbi -viortjn
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
1.1 j,!:,.. hi p.m. b rmon:
"The i "oiu nuo i- U
-
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfiold.
Cantor Abraham Seif
Fi Idas .": '" p m.. a.m.
I I, i i iod." i
Cantor, I I ob Konlgsberg.

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Ben Grossberg.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW t<
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurics
Klein.
Frlda} P "' mi "The Bi -'
Venrs." I" >' bbal hosts Mr and
use is derived from the injunction j \|^h; ;^"'s;.;; ^'.;; Jjn ,,f hl"
to screen the Holy of Holies in the
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320
NE 171st st. Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "The I.. and
Man." Oneg Shabbal hosts: Mr and
Mrs Myron Stionder In honor of birth
of daughti r. Baturday 9 a.m.

TEMP-E 1ETI N Xendall
dr., S Miami. Rr-
Baumoard Cant
Friday 8:1R p m. Ta"i Mo lei n :
aa I saw it," bj R "i-.- ii ">!-
. pastor of -' '' i :
Church. Saturday Mlts-
vah: llc> i-1 r-
ieortre llttleson.
mon: VVi
-
rd ij
A H
.- -
symbolic ceremonies of the syna-
igue ritual consisting of wrapping
up the Scroll of Law in its vest-
ment-, after reading of the Torah
What is a Parochet?
It is the Hebrew designation for
the curtain hung before the Ark. Its
ancient Tabernacle.
Who were the Chovavei Tiion?
These are two Hebrew words
which mean "Lovers of Zion." They
were the names of Jewish clubs or-
ganized in Russia in 1881 with the
aim of moving to Palestine. Herzl's
book was printed in 1835. fourteen
years after 'he Lovers of Zion clubs
were started.
rEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th t. and
Tatum Waterway. Mortem Tradi-
tional. Rahbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel GomDera.
(!..|-n The I '-
\ ; -
i

TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE ICt'i ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flammao Way. Conservative. Rabol
Leo Heim.
i | m I II !'
imi '
the Ml Isl of Wor H es
SI bliat h '' :-
j) i of their
annh .-. urdaj 9 a.m. Si mon:
VVti i.

TEMPLE ZAMORm. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Raboi E Leon Hurwitz.

TEMPLE ZION. 5r20 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
s p n ". "What l*o
We m Ish Low Bs I urday
M Itsva h Rol.....t, son "f
\\- i mi Mrs Mi. v. ii Malsel: Marc,
XI Jai K Fine Kid-
: ish hosts: I'. rents of i: rl and
.'
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Can-
tor Albert Glantz.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinm'- Cantor Morris Berger.
Fi Iday v n in Bi rn o "1 Ini o n't
i -.-.ii | nUiiiii." '.-i\ 9 a. in.
TEMPLE BETH
HO LY-
YOUNG
Ortn. o
MEL.
^ ibbi
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Friday. February 10, l-;i
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDilN
Moral Giant Step into a Motivational Research World
THE STRATEGY OF ? E 5 RE. B\ Ernest 0 eh r. 314 pp
New YHc: Dcoble^as A :.- : S3.95.
QR. ERNEST DICH'E^
moti\ ational res*
he is the president
ii >nal Rest arch, a
branches in fifteen eou siness he is
sick merchandising .. .;
i at nor. To Vai ee -
"Tie Hidden Persua -
ably anathema.
For Dr. Dichter goes a m int >p beyon I
ard and lands in a complete!) '.:. rent world Wner
aid saw the purchasing nanipulated -'-.
driven to their neighb...... jtore by 9
-. y rft \ m fntpwffar.: -< has look
. -'.-.
;ress :
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present desire-
-" th< letimes injui
ding his 1 pe for the cons
>s implicit in lesu e
tioplj : th -.
> are already put. In his 1 I 1 of ex-
motivational research, the author has 7 search-
.1-; variety or products, including ears, so
paste, dictating machines surgical supplies, weed ki
ettes, pencils, telephones, furs, shampoo all
ting furniture and doilies. He ha? run Ii for

Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Congressmen Join to Help Fulfill Pledges
w..
A Bl- PARTISAN
** opened in Congress >y a hand-
ful of liberals eager t) fulfill the
I960 platfrom pledges >l both par-
ties to liberalize diS( : ;
immigration laws
President Ken n e ly's '.e -1 ler-
ship in a battle to rev:-.- the Mc
Carran-Walter Immigi 1 Act ta inticipated W I
House aides have promised such action. They ag
that a first-class nation cannot afford to offer on
second-class citizenship to naturalized citizens T
are aware that we l>ra4 abroad about American de-
mocracy while excluding Isians and restrii
emergent African nations ta quotas of only 100 visa;
a year.
Envisaging a "new frontier," President Ker.
nedy said shortly before the election that "our im
migration laws furnish a quota system of national

Overseas Newsletter By EUAHU SAlPETER
Conclave in Retrospect
r
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DAYS APTER the 25th Z
. une to an end or. a n >'
of disagreemeni >ver thi
the : irish Agency executive the
pre- e W t : Zionist Organ
tior.. Dr N'ahum Goldnvann, cor.'.
evaluate the
Dr rol In inn laid that I was
in his opinion, the b-1- i< three Congi
rael since the establis...... State
The positive this ngress
negative one- Wl
agreement on the v
manage, on the otru.....
ling, In a fairly una
the free countries ; fal-
lowed by the I- ra<
with far more interi -
Dr. Goldmani
the presence ol frai
non-Zionist Jew sh org
there was r.o conflict
and the Israeli Zi 1
the Zionis as such.
While Dr. Goldm
those who follow 5. his
conclusions mr a mat-
ter of fact the mair
tbemseh 1 me ol
bers of I tie Jev ish Age
time of the three da) Read-
ing out prepared st itementa
they took for themselves I rime time il 1 1
sessions, while delegates could, at best, ibtain I-
minute.- to voice their views and ......-
Actually not all got a'chanc-.'
at all. Some of the Z. 1st lea lers, important in then
tant Jewish communities, who traveled thousands
thousands of miles to Jei no chance to express
themselves. They were rather hitter, pointing out
indeed, there was no reel to 40 to all this trouble JUS
order to listen to the reviews of the activities of var
Jewish Agency depart MltSsomething that could have
been as well sent ou' 1 I ->m in writing, by mail Th-'
same thing occurred ir. th- committees: the heads of the
Agency departments of Finance. Immigration. Absorp-
tion, Settlement, etc.. in many cases repeated the speeches
they had made already in the plenum of the Congress
sometimes almost verbatim Things got so far that, in
one of the commit'ees members interrupted the speaker
and threatened to walk out if "the discussions" were sup-
posed to continue in this manner
Asked to comment on this complaint. Dr. Goldmann
explained that heads >f the various Agency departments
work for four years between the Congresses, and they
want to be able to Mp rt >n what they were doing that
time. He held that dev King half an hour or an hour
review of four year- mes involving tens or ever,
hundreds _>f million- irs, is not much indeed.
origins with indefensible overtor.es of racial .......
ence. The inequities and preferences quotas
perpetuate are a national lisgrao an ; a hand
11 ad."
"If Emma Lazarus were wnti ig to la)
lines, 'give me your tired, your poor.' would have
be amended to read as Long as the) r im
rthern Europe, are not too tired or I
slightly ill. and can document all their a.-t.v -
said Mr. Kennedy.
Without waiting for the White House to Iraft a
west tor immigration revision, six Senators, of
both parties, and one Republican member of the
House, introduced new legislation. It would rente ly
the McCarran-Walter Act's national origins quota
system Immigration would be based on the
census rather than the 1020 population.
In the last 40 years, the U.S. population grew by
- ime 75 million This was caused by births rather
than the wholesale admission of refugees, many of
whom died in Nazis ,-tas chambers because they ex.
ceeded our quotas
If quotas were even brought up to date to reflect
1960 statistics rather than those of 1920. it would
mean an annual increase of immigrants from 155.-
000 '. ) about 300.000. Our absorptne capacity an i
nal wealth have multiplied in the last four de-
cade-
During the last six years, only 574.000 quota rum
or only 62 percent of the potential quota of
930.000 for that periodwere actually used The
reason was that tw 1 quota anas located in the Bri-
tish Isles do not use the major portion of the quotas
>tted to them. Ir. fiscal I960, these two area- a.
nted for 48.')00 unused quatu numbers This was
it of all the quota numbers*not us
ler proposed new legislation, unused quota
numbers in one area could be ted lere
alcing for lil ral Sen ob K
S York, t< I th Senate "We must never forget
tun-
..... th 1 mmigrants usi -
t we do in-the 1 ts
is an i t< in of
5 leader ol r ".\ : ; .- .
rema..... air proud r.a-
r the world':
id oppressed
". -. egisla
strike a l
reign 1
-
tpousal
I a free world
socie I a restrii ivorl
Negroes '.

LOO. ei
...
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
nti-S the N V
lisco" it way to <
trar) 1 expectations It a
ting its dangers was
irms of es ap sm, ei h -
. : -. acts as 1 ranksterism, or axa jei iti
, tee ;' they felt nothing could be done a
[He solution was to Iramatize instead the escapism,
1 sh a !Si tw eactions to the public and illustrat
1 were m tans of escaping. "What was edi
was I take the response of the listener into consider
We showed that to run away from
.I and we indicated how the ansu
individual and group acio-i I'ommi*.
that is. e a two way street
Dr. Dichter otters a six-point program toward -ta its
..'- and at the same time, insulating 1 its
nd the appeal- made
chang lays cultivate empathy and sensitivity I
rid ai ik bi luestions; levelop a ps)
ral and basic, one which
well a- personally. I need not point out
Dr. Dichter's book. In a field we tend to 1
'i a- :........,' at .'- crassest, his is the sole instrui
iks in terms which are educa
iversial, and one hopes challenge
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
Enthusiastic Emissary
United Nat
A QUIET, conservatively dre-
-1 ** young American. 35 year-oi j -
pf a prominent family-, sat in the lounge
of the United States liner, the SS United
States, arid proudly introduced hi wife
as Miriam." and just as proudly added
"I am sorry we cannot introduce you t>
Clisheva. She is a sabarit, she was born
in Israel ten months ago."
The speaker was Ogden R Reid, who had just com-
pleted a tour of duty lasting a little over a year and a half,
as United States Ambassador to Israel.
Mrs Hold's American name is Mary Louise But in
Israel she called herself Miriam The youngest of their
four children, the daughter whom they called Elisheva. Is
Elizabeth Hi the American register Their threz 0
childrenStewart. 10. Michael. 7. and William. 4
back with their parents as imbued with admiration fOI U
rael as are heir elders Stewart and Michael speak
brew fluently
Stewart is particularly proud of his Hebrew report
iard. which he received from the Israeti public It
which he attended, the principal ol his new school m
1 e to un erstand the Hebrew notations at es
- t Kcieni > in Tana
The elder Reids returned from Israel with glowing
i;,out their impressions ot that country
I don't think there is another country in
; pla) .1 in ir
it) as k in men 1 1 In pffii 1
;, [[ on -
itr. work or Ii

Mr hly with [sra<
- ... economic, int
arly lauda
1 contril 1 fare of Aft I As
tries
point "
I feels. Israel has
:'" >!:'"'' ; '' fen me failures. But the eff
" "' ''..... I the pi
When you see as I have, what
ti) fields you cai
- government. Some ol
- 1
Sunday Blue Laws Fast Become National Issue
THE SUNDAY "BLUE law forcing
Orth'>dox Jews to keep their enter-
losed on Sunday, despite the fact
'hat they are kept closed on Saturday.
is developing more and more into a na-
tional issue in this country. Seven Sun-
day-closing controversies have reached
the U.S Supreme Court during the last
years. In each case where it acted, the
Supreme Court refused to rule "for want of a substantial
Federal question." This is a way of saying that the mat-
ter is up to the states All states, except seven, have some
restrictions against Sunday work, but 12 states permit
exemptions for Saturday observers.
These are Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana. Iowa. Ken-
tucky. Maine. Massachusetts. Michigan. Ohio, Oklahoma,
West Virginia and Wisconsin. Where state laws do not
Specifically make exceptions, local ordinances do, as In
Arkansas Are the Sunday compulsory laws not
considering our space age when rockets are sen* 11
moon on Sundays? This question is being ask.-i I
Christian theologian, Hiley II Ward, in a book just pub-
lished by Macmillian under the title "Space-Age Sunday.''
The author, who is now religious editor of a DOtl
daily newspaper, believes that the evolution of our society
must eventually alter the traditions that gave rise to the
Sunday blue laws. He forsees a three-day weekend of rest
without forced closing by the state. He points out thai
just as technical and scientific discoveries have changed
our every day of life, so can the Sabbath be made more
effective for modern man in our space-age without affect-
ing religious sensitivities.
His three-day arrangement would recognize the cur-
rent church-state dilemma with conflicting Christian-Jew-
ish interests and at the same time give stronger impetus
towards religious worship. Opponents of modifications in
' Sunday blue law may learn much from views expres-
sed by the author about the battle for Sunday rest.


day. February 10. 1961
LEGAL NOTICE
*Je*ist f/trffdfiaijn
Page 15-A
N THE C.-RCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 60-C 9907-F.
>U>RE8 DIAZ G<'Ml '/.
I lulntiff.
VS.
:ank COMEZ,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.CN
: FRANK OOM '
206 West 88th si
New York St, N N
YOU ARE HER1 v \ '
Amended Comid > >
en filed against > ..
liilred to 8fv< .1 >
iswer <>n the plaintiffs att rnej
XjRGE N. M*'1".N i:!.!.. '! '-
vjie Building, Mi..
e the original. in ':
rk of the Circuit < i
e 3rd day of Mar. !i. I i
which the Comvlaint 'i.! In- i.'k. r \
confessed against
DATED, at Mian i Pad.- ''.Hints
orloa, thla 1st da\ ..f K. i-i
d., wn.
E. B. LEATH F.K.MAN
Clerk of the Cit.-.ilt Court
In and for Dade .'..-inty. t-mnda.
eal) By: K. M I.Y.MAN.
Deputy <"!. rk
___________________________2 3-10-K-:'J
N THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60130 B
_ RE: Estate of
SAMUEL. BCHOKNI-.KK.T,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* ami All Persons Hv-
*?, Claims or Demands Against mid
ut a t a
You are hereby notified ami required
. present any .lann- and demands
hich you may hav. a-.iin-t "he .-state
SAMUEL. SCHoKNUKIti: dec >. te of Dade County, Florida. t<> the
ounty Judges of Pad. I'ounty. an.I
le the same in their .tfi.es in th.,
ouniy Courthous. in I'ad. t.'i:nt>.
lorlda, within eleht al.ndur months
-om the date Of the first l-i- '''"'"
ereof, r the same ,;l ).. i..-.:i.-d
RBBA s. -i>. KM i:i:..
LAYMAN A DUH1C
ohn H. Duhlg. of Cum-.
Ctorney for Admin. >
1)2 AinsleyBldg.
liaml 32, Fla.-Fi:
LEGAL NOTICE
"First there is the radiation belt. Then there is
the borscht belt."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Ifl HEREBI GIVEN th..:
tin undersigned d-- t engag. In
t.uslm -- nd. i th. fii lltl .us nami i I
DoNl'T WORLD at 10343 N.W. fcev-
, nth v< nue, Miami, F da and In-
ttr nal a with th.
'el, ,-k t-f thi ill Court of Dad<
County, PI' ...
CONNIE J< Y. !N<
\ \, .--. \. th Av<
s By: Ben K ilan. Pr< sld. i
,'lrglnia R Ka
...
Rl A EOERS
, | for '
.- : S"at Ri ad seven
P.O. Box
V\eat nollyw 2
NOTICE UNDE.~.
\ FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
i NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ithe undersigned, desiring to engag.
ibusin. is undi I thi I i tltlo is name
VEDEMAR ASSOCIATES at 2868 Pine
I Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Klorlua. m-
;. n.is to n gist, i said name w Ith the
,-i, rk i t tin Circuit Court of Dad.
Count). l" lorlda.
VERA HOROSN1
33! ,r, partner
MARGARET GOLDMAN,
:C','.,'i partner
.|. )1N D. KoliMKNl'Y.
:s:i'.,'. partner
GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
2303 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla.
Attorneys foi Registrants
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR 3-4fi*5
lor messenger service-
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JIDGE5' COLRT
DADE COUNTY. -LCR'SA
No. 49418-C
,E: INSTATE Ol-
YETTA HAN x
I < eased. ___ -,_
NOT CEOF INTENT'CN O -KE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE 'li If
led our fin
or Final Dlachar.-.
. of YETTA
nat on the
361. we will api '!
Jeorge T. Clark Co mt> .In.in-; I
-ounty. Florida, '"'
inal discharge as 1.x...
late of YETTA II \N"\
This 18th dfA- .-f .l.inuary.
MURRAY Hamn !
SYLVIA GOZKN. i:x..-'.tt..r- .-. the
Estate of Yet ta 11.mm. Deceased.
HAROLD 6HAP1R"
Attorney Kx.c.i "> n ., .,_,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN th}.:
thi undersigned desiring t" engag. I"
i ..,;.,., n under the fl< tun. is '''.';: ''
CARIBBEAN INFORMATION CEN-
.-. ,...-.-,, d Pont B illdli Ml
Fla Intend* t< reglstei said
. ihe Clrk c.l 11 Clr< alt art
: ^MVELS PON
- i .v net
Pont 1
Miami, KI.I-
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J^!''*LrC'.c
CO N-YOFDACE INCHAN.-.RV
NO- 61C 5
ICNW NO

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WESLEY GEER a single
.,-. : E> orm,
knowi IOAN M pEER) and
iMlll.N. hei host
i n ndants.
NOT.CE OF SUIT
,i CARL WESLEY GEER, a ngl
.. an c o Mr, r. B. Oeer
Cowan. Tinnessee
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA INPROBA1E
NO. 49327-C
IN RE Estate ol
ON LIEBERMAN
NoV'lCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
A PPL CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE hi eby given that I huvt
. | Repdri and Petit i I
' ..,! Final Discharge as
th. eatat. ol LEON l.ll.l-
niiAN nd that pn ti <
'. apply
e Count -
I
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S A. FR
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORDA IN PROBATE
No. 51682
IN RE: Batata of
HARRY OOLD8TELN
Deceased. __
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T<- All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Bstat : ... ,
you ar< hereby notified and required
i,, paeaent any claims and demands
which you mas have against th. -
lat t HARRY GOLDSTEIN deceased
lat< of Dadi County, Florida, t" tn< i
Count} Judge. I Dad. County, and
file th< same In th. Ir oftlci in tn<
Co inty Courthousi in Dade i unty,
, nd r montns
.. ,. -,,,. ,. the I r-t :
,,. : th< -. n HI b< naTH i
I i 'Ri x '' "M xN ,v.
. S -" ; N
'-
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY "UVKN thai
the undesigned, dealrlng to engage in
-- undei the ncUtlout, '!""; u"*
FIESTA I'A I NTS at 8501 N.W. .Ith
Street, Miami, Florida intern',- "{;
Igtei eald name with the CJerV;f the
,, ;,-. court ol Had.- County. H""'"-
WMMERCIAL COATINGS C RP.
a Florida Corporation,
Bj Jam. Aberman, Preeldi nl
AARON A I.H'SANKK
\:-,ii n. > for
,-, |..,,.,,, .,i Coatings" orp.
,Poni km*.. Miami IVP. ]()
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51357-C
IN RE Estate "f ,_
ABRAHAM MELNIKER,
DMOpCl TO CREDITORS
T< Ml Creditors and All Pers >n* ".i's-
Ing Claims or Demands Against saiq
Ey! ''. an :.- eby notified and required
,, present any claims and demands
l may ha\i against I. -
;;'-, ,: ABRArlAM MELNIKER. to-
ne ol Dade County, Horhla.
. judges of Daue County.
I the sam. in thelt nrflces in
courthouse m > ''
within eight lli ltd "

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-------------- NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKKl'.r-V CIVKN that
tbe undersigned. .1. *:.im:_t -'uju-.
at 1110 duPont rtuildin,, M.amII- a..
County. *lortda^AMrKis h>,x
Si.W (twni-r
E\1110 duPont r.u.Ulins
Miami, norida
EAL J.DUNN
attorney for Samu. I s- !-">
,111 Ainsley Bid, M'-"'"-/?-' _
11
IN THEC^RCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
E AND WOn DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
NO. 60C 12434
PHILIP HELL! r ''--N '
HKLLBR, his wif-
rialntiffs.
V-tiffi* TO APPEAR
TO- DAVTDQ. A :.!' '
!>,(, Wy.kofl Av. n
,Wtek.N.
,Mrs. navld ii \ :
, Wyekoi: A-
^cierw.^.;--;--
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IOAN M COHEN (formerly
known as JOAN M.GEE*)
aP,l COHEN, her hubt-and,
Slmmonda Avenue
l.altimore. Maryland ,,,._..,
Y. V ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
., ,uit in e.,uit>- has been taniM
aaalnat vou hy THE OREENWICM
KA VINOS BANK, a Corporation txis-
ii'nc under the laws of the State ef
New York, in the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and foi
Sffi county, in Chancery, ai^ sou ars
hereby summoned, ordered and ri
ouiied to fih- your written answers m
,f,'.'l,; u, th-complain, fiMl i,.-.in
* ., ., v.u In the ahoy -entitled
. m the office of the Clerk, of the
ft'court inandf-.i Had. Co
la, at th, Courthouse In M
,., .. before thi 20th nay ol
and v. -:-
, nsw. : : na. upon DA-
, BMAN 'a nt iff- atu-:-
er Street ^lam -
,.n or .. i-aid dat. ai
m Florida 11
v." ,,,...,,..-
..-. | against.you foi th.
mplalnt
v Mf led
t Is o for.
. .,i erins the I
';n TI..N
. BE< OND ID1 N
CAROLC1TY ncoordlOBM
, thereof as r.
. -. neet 1. of the 1
'
\ ^
h. abi
-. .. ,8 Clerk o
' ,y^: !
Si Ithervan.
,-., rk '' tilt Circuit Cout i i i
1 nd. Co intv, Klnnda /
tseal) B) WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
DAVID P CATPMAN
14th Floor at 1M E. Flagler St.
Miam. S3. Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTl< E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
d ', Ing to engag. m
FAY CEE MAINTENANCE DIVISION
it Hit Pom. .ie l-.-on Boue ward in-
lands to reglstei said name wit.i. le
of the Circuit Court of Dade
CT&THERFROOFINO PRODUCTS
CO.. INC.
By: Joel Diamond, President
1 t. '0_M'"1'
CERTIF C-~H OF
CORPORATE D SSOLUT CN
IN T^E NAME AND BY THE NOTICE UNDER
-,--:ORITY OF "HE s- CT T.OUS NAME LAW
jtj'e c fl: r' n .- hERKHY c.iv:n
.... .PR ..... desiring t. engage in
x mi oil
l.-Vl's uucr.ii.v..-. ... : l. In -I. in 'US Hani.' >
VVhV.as ;:V' STRICTLY KO-H KB
a *DI.H :lil; Com. Av. MI-
,.1K,, mjaM iA H. ,-'-'. '.':, intends to register sald
MANCEL R1SK1N, MIAMI BEAtH J |( clerk of the Circuit
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enge >'
.....iM.ss under the fictitious name of
MEXICO INFORMATION I ENTER
m1,no duPont Buttdljg. Mlamt,, Wj.
intend- to register >>>>" "',
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ao.
County "-''SAM1 ,,,.,,-(.x
Sols Owner
Hi" duPont Building
Miami. Florl la
SEAL I Dl'NN
. | Samuel h Fox
I Miami. 1 J

_L-
h'LV'RIl Ad n the 12th daj of Al ril,
.. [i 1H58, cans* i< "- >""'; .'
under the I rov stons of Chaptei_60i
Florida Ptatutes, NATIONAL < REP1
FINANCING COMPANY, a corpor-
ation, with it- i :;-i--ii'i i'1-';-',."' V.'-'y*
nessat MIAMI BEACH, DADBCOl N-
i-Y In the Stat. i I norlda, and wher. -
a- thi propel i fficers of such corpor-
ation did on U, Srd day of Fvbruary,
\ p I'.'M. i tO he Hied in 111.
office of th. Secretary of ttttjlttj
Stat. of Florida, a dutly authentii-ated
resolution adoptsd by tht st...-uhol.iers
undor th. provisions of said Chaptei
60S Florida statutes, showing the U V
., it on ol Buck corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary ol
state does herefc rtlftr to th. fon-
tolng and that he is satisfied that the
FequTraments of law hav, been com-
''""in'w'lTNK.-s WHEREOF. I hav.
her. unto s. t my hand and hav. at-
,,x,, Great Peal of th. stat.
of Fieri li Tallahassee, 11*-
Capital. th > the THIRD '
> i 1961
,.,. | DAMS,
--. -. (it N
srltl lh. Cl k of the
' COUnt>''SOL WEISS
Sol. i' ner
l "0-2T.2 8-10
NOTICE NDER
F CT T OwS NAME LAW
N,. .; :" H1VKN
t
NOTICE UNDER
FiCTIT'OuS NAME LAW
S( .- > HEREBY :'.\ EN
: : engage in
saw si RMA I N,.' '.:N'- '
. A \.\ F> : -
- HI R
tends to

WEAR. INC
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S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51577-B
IN RI Estate of
EUGENE W. COX
'^NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail <>. dif.rs and All l'-ismis Hav-
ing Claims m Demands Against s-aid
' '\''. m m hereby notified and required
. ',;'.' any -claims am. demand,
'which Mm may have against the
,Vt ECGENE W. COX deceased
Mian.,. Dade County, Florida to
Sw County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offices In th
, courthouse In Dade County.
n elghl calendar mm. hs
., of the first publication
oi th. same will be barred
.1. 'AN I' X
K MILLER
. Ru Iding
.- .-:: 24
Haml. J
I C ill
N
- .....,-ner
P i
M
NN
ley I a Miai
.. tg.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKl.C-i i.lVl.N
*|fced. dos:rinir to
v^aIcat;- -
asfyithe
Cuinty, Fhr, ,; ^ ,, ,
Miami. Florl la
NEALJ. DVN\
neyfOf Si.mu.-l s- hox
mi^MllijBldg- Mian ,_l0_l7
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HKIIKin i.!\ r.N
;.,:.' zssrsug
;""wE.1..,r^hN""iN""'S.';:
.,. foii6wing des rlbed property:
.. isehold Good* As the property
mi; f.ay i.avis. snsHoiw
M .,,, property of MR. CLIFF
KURELMBYER, and that on the 8rd
day of Mi >i
... Miami,
rdaTtheui .'ii.ft.Tf

ty of Mr. Ray 1 ,
ol Mr CBff Kurelm.
..i at >' .
nuary, lMJ. .__ ,
ACE-R.B. vaNL1.nl*. me.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N-, .- ; --, IS HEREBY imNI'.N thai
d, -!,- ring to i ngag. n
: the fictitious name [h Nl'T WORLD at 13786 N -A 8.
enth Avenue, Miami Flortda, and in-
tends to register said name withitne
Clerk ol th. Circuit Court of DaW
County, Florida.
J1M8TAN. INC
1288 S..uth Stat. Ri ad geven
p. O, Box 3l.".6
West Hollywood, Florida
By: Coleman Kis. niuld.
I'l esid. nt
Attest: Gladys Rosenfleld, Secretary
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Bcrte and Jack Toppell. of 25 Shore dr. No.,
Bay Heights, have just returned, with daughters
Dorothy, 15. and Cynthia, 9. from a mid-semester
surprise visit to son Kenneth at the University of
North Carolina in Chapel Hill Kenneth made
Dean's List and is in the Superior 50. which the
students refer to as "Suicide 50" Enthusiasm
snow has become considerably subdued with all three young
ppels after the masses of it they encountered this time .
Mrs Betty 1-unnon. supervisor of libraries for Dade county
hooiSy^was guest in January of the library advancement corn-
it tte'of the -education division of the Women's Division of the
lami-Dade Countv chamber of Commerce, under the directorship
Dixie Chastam and Rhoa Gladwin. who has just returned from
Petersburg where she represented the State of Florida at the
.dwinter board merlin" of the Southeastern regional conlcrence
Women in Chambers ol Commerce ...
Linda Aranoii. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aranoff. of Miami
'ach, and her roommate. Nechman (Nicky) Mayersleld. of Vine-
nil NJ, both Liberal Arts majors, are engaged in an unusual
oney-makine. venture at Yeshiva University s Stern College for
omen in New York They have opened a gift shop, the "Lin-
sic," in their dormitory with particular attention to hostess gifts for
he'many students who spend weekends as guefls of students and
datives living nearby This enterprise combines earning with
( arning as profits become tuition.
KjMSj "'"
Mr and Mrs Samuel Oberstein. of 1745 Biarritz dr.. ten-year
inter visitors from Hull. Mass.. will celebrate 50 years of marriage
inday Feb 19 at the Bel-Aire hotel Here to honor them Will
<" sons'Julian ..| Hull, and Irving, of Miami, with their wives; Mrs.
;'s sister and husband, the Jerry Bakers, the David LessenI and
renry Romans, all ol Miami; the David and Mclvin Lesser6. of New-
,n, Mass.; Mr. an.! Mr- Jack Se.del. Hull: and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
< elber. Toronto. Canada The Obersteins were married on
reb. 22, 1911 t JU
Tables were lavishlv decorated with flowers when Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Webb entertained in honor of the 54th wedding anniversary
,,airman of the Miami Beach Planning Board Louis presented
hs wife and Mrs. Webb with orchid corsages Guests were the
am Frucbtmans Louis Winters, Mrs. Henry Mandel. and Mrs.
livman Smith, of New York. Mr-. Jennie Friedler. of Cleveland.
Mrs. Lillian Keller. Mrs Elsie Tulin and Mrs. Frieda rruchtman,
all Of Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Blum ...
Present houseguesls of Mr. and Mrs. Sol (Lee) Shaye. of 1300
Biscayne dr.. are Judge and Mrs. Theodore Levin, of Detroit he 8
Chief Judge of the Federal District Court narents of the Shayes
son-in-law Daniel, who with wife. Carolyn, and their three children
are expected from Chicago for a visit very soon.
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Mr. and Mrs. Nathan I.eiberman. of New York City, are here
for the Bar Miuvah of grandson David, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Mrs. Murray (Lillian) Shaw is entertaining Helen Borak, bro-
ther Edward's wife She's here for her annual winter visit, and
couldn't have picked a better time to leave Brooklyn Both are
happy that sister-in-law Mildred (Mrs. Carlton) Blake is neanng the
end of a stav in ML Sinai Hospital which has lasted five weeks .
Another visitor fleeing New YortCs snow is Ray Sandier, house-
cuest of sister Bea and Maxwell Hyman Mrs. H. fears it will
be a "busman's holiday" for Ray. who is with Bache and Co.. and
will probably spend every day in their office here Horn force of
"it*will be a social gathering at the Leo (Babette) Ackerman
home 1384 SW 18th st.. on Feb. 17 from 4 p.m., when community
leadert and agency executives meet Leon D. Fisher, new executive
dimfcrof Jewish Family and Children's Service...
The CIcu lands Amorvs he's the author of several best-sellers
-fllbe guests again of Walter and Molly Jacobs. 4125 N. Jefferson
ave *hen ihev stop here for another brief weekend .
Lucner I a/.ard. who owns the Galene Broehette. in Candour.
Haith will be the fir-t Haitian to exhibit in this area when he makes
hia debut at the Araer Gallery. Ponce de Leon blvd.. on Sunday .
Anita l'nc-l Satter ol Miami Beach, an artist in a different
medium, is designum and decorating the interiors 0f the new Miami
Athletic Club in the Ain>le> bldg.. working against the deadline Ol
a Mar. 1 opening .
Dining at King Arthur'.- Court the Joe (Castaways) Harts and
the EU- (Ramblen Cre-pis ...
Annual winter vacationers here since the 20s are har.e- and
Cora Rosen thai Ol New York, who recently arrived al the Eden Roc
hotel for Mr. R. recently made a grant to
Brandeis i ".i\er-i:v l'n-t entertainment was dinner at lony
Sweet's, With the F.i-enber-- and /ilberls. ol Miami Beach. DOStS
Rabbi and Mr-. Pinchus Tci'.z and daughter. Bill, a! [fa Sterling
loplbelr usual winter visit .. The rabbi will also inaugurate Daf
Hashovua-Tal.nu.hc Seminar of the Airfor the s,xth year .
1 irst program to ha\e been aired Thursday at 11:30 a.m. After
that, Fridays at 2:30 p.m.
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Birthda/e: It's a second child for Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Wei.-s .
Born Jan 18 at Jackson Memorial Hospital was Stephen, who joins
ister Andrea age 20 months Cantor William Lipson. of Beth
i.avid officiate I at the Bus on Jan. 26 Grandparents are the
Louis Bernstein-, of llialeah, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Weiss, of
Jersey City
Parent- lor the first time are Norma and Stuart Sloltz. ol
11440 SW 57th st.. So Miami Melissa Gayle weighed in at six
lbs.-five <>/ Jan. 18 at Ml. Sinai Hospital Grandparents are Mr.
ft. Joseph Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stoltl, all of Miami .
|i\ia Levin just 7. is an aunt for the second time Sister
Mrs Edward! Kaplan, of 2243 NE 170th St., gave birth to a
1 daughter. Adina Jacueline. who will be called "Jackie' be-
[she arrived on Jan. 20. inauguration day Jackie s Sister,
lis 2 Grandparents are the senior Kaplans and Mr. and
Reuben (Trixie) Levin Great-grandmother. Marie Bnckcr.
energetic 72. and has her 2.700-hour pin with two stars for her
fas a Pink I.adv in the -nack bar of ML Smai Hospital .
Ihoda and Morris Levitt, of 8505 SW 107th St., are inviting
to op,.,, House on Sunday afternoon, 2 to 5 p.m.. to celebrate
b ofson Allen Harold on Feb. 3 ... He> joins sister Mich.
in months Grandmothers are Mrs. Yetta Levitt and Mrs.
Lei man Rhoda is president of Greater Miami AEPhl.
dFewiL;
Miami. Florida, Friday, February 10. 1961
Section B
During a pause in the rehearsal of the Trixie
Levin skit, "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend.'
members of the cast crown Mrs. David Miller
(seated) with a tiara, symbolizing the Jewel
Luncheon of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
They'll all be performing on Friday noon. Feb.
Fashion Designer
Gets ORT Award
An 'Afternoon in Rome"' is be-
ing sponsored by Women's Ameri-
can ORT with an all-Italian fashion
-how and luncheon in the Grand
ballroom of the Fontaincbleau ho-
tel on Tuesday noon. Feb. 21.
Gregoriana of Rome, world-fa-
mous haute couturier and designer
lor the Queen ol Spain. Princess
Margaret, of England, and many-
royal and socially-prominent peo-
ple, will appear in person to re-
ceive ORT's int ;national "Jennie
ia-hion award.
Princess Marina Sterbato will be
commentator. Margarel Newman
Stearn is co-ordinating chairman;
Mrs. Irving Tillis, chairman of
Greab r Miami chapter: Mrs. Flor-
ence Kupperman, chairman oi [si-
i i diaper; and Mrs Louis
Baron, chairman Ol Miami Beach
Afternoon chapter.
Organization for Rehabilitation
Through Training is a program for
rebuilding human lives through vo-
cational education.
17. at the Everglades hotel. The blonde chorus
includes (left to riqht) Mrs. Stanley Levitch. Mrs
Howard Grove. Mrs. Bertram Schrank. Mrs.
William Wickman. and Mrs. Levin, author and
producer. (See story. Page 4-B.)
Torah Fund Fete
For Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu El
Torah Fund Tea on Tuesday will
be highlighted by the appearance
of Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the congregation.
Cantor Hirsh Adler will present
several musical selections. Mrs.
Murry Korelzky will offer a med-
ley of popular songs.
The tea will be held at the home
of Mrs. Daniel Dubbin al 1 P 01.
Troceeds are for support of the
Jewish Theological Seminary Of
America.
Chairman of the affair and gen-
eral Torah Finn. irmen are
Harry Korel Mrs, Al-
fred '
At the recent dedication of the Temple Menorah Library held
in the newly-constructed Social Hall. Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz
Sisterhood president, inscribes a book plate, while lookina on
are Mrs. Frank Nankin, luncheon chairman. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, and Mrs. Sol Frankel. PTA president.
Cardiac Fashion Show Wednesday
South Dade chapter ol National
Children's Cardiac Hospital will
sponsor a lashion show Wednes-
day, 8:30 p.m at the Biscayne
Terrace haul.
Mr-. Hc'imiT M "';in-
M chapter members will mo-
del furs, dresses and accessories.
AH funds raised are for the ben-
efit of Ihe research department of
the National Children- Cardiac
ital. Mrs Ben smith is presi-
dent, and Mrs Martin Levin is in
charge of t k< Is.


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Friday. February 13.
Abraham Ribicoif, Secretary of Health, Education, and Wel-
i~re, end schoc! board member Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
c iacuSfj the lec roblem concerr.ir.c children of Cuban
:e:urees. I h Meyers :s en the advisory commit:ee cf Miami
.h B'r.c. E rith Adept Una Tcr:..'.:c project. The r:c
. i^m.i.ss en a p = :ie:-.e. ee=:s :s neeiee
Re\
Mayor Vischi At BS Meeting
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Miami.
The program will celebrate the
35th anniversary of the frundinp
cf the city and the role (f B'nai
E nth Women in sponsoring human-
itarian and service activities in the
t( mmunity
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- an Mrs Ger-
ald Sultz. District 5 president, and
Mrs. Frank Brai I (strict officer.
Prize is a complimentary ticket
'o the donor affair to he held Mar
15 at the Americana hn'el.
Mrs. Mack Sherman is president,
and Mrs. Al Abrams. 500 NW 108th
ter.. is bulletin chairman.
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Miami Chapter Extends Founders
Tradition at Hadassah Functions Monday
Some -;? j Hadassah.
the Won i
of A: W< rk !"
sending
nurs< J i -.. n a -mail
heal'h welfare .
Itj n treati trachoma.
a dread i
Fron
comprehensive r< social
welfare program in Israel, and to-
day, Hadassah su]; rts -even hos-
pitalsfive in Jerusalem, one in
Safcd and one :r. Beershebttotal-
ing more than 75'' beds, and treat-
ing thousands of patients annu-
ally.
On June 1, Hadassab's vast net-
work of medic.-.] services will be
transferred to the new Hadassah-
Hebrcw University Medical Center
at Kiryat Hadassah Large sums
of money are needed '.o complete
this huge i.ri ration and three
groups ot the Miami chapter of
Hadassah will hold their annual
Hada s
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will include a tf.tc.al demonstra-
tion by a repi live from the
Bell TelephoiH
A'bert EinsfvfH creep ill have
a reguli I ':1 Monday,
p.m.. a: 1 meth <>ngre-
recl of the
National Con-
ferenci -; '
Cat D
Aviv* C-3V.O ave a covere : :" ah
1;, \., tho
Jewish Festivals Pageant
. ountry
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r, M; .m Limck
and Patsy
Chairmen
and
Mr? H;.r. Id Kravitl
Menorah group will hold an H-
Day luncl m.. Mon-
day, a; the Saxony hotei There
will be ; n auction, and entertain-
ment v. :;i be provided by Diosa
Costello. Chairmen are Mesdames
Jack Toppcll. David Altcrman. and
Raymond Wolf.
Torah group will hold a luncheon
and card party at the Kings Bay-
Yacht and Country Cub on Tues-
day, 11:30 am All sponsors will
be eligible for special prizes.
Chairmen art Mrs Sam Niebers
and Mrs H;.rr>
chairman is Mrs Sam Wi
on will I
Naomi group
> regvi.
].,r ., on Monday,
s 30 p.m.. i r* Lane i
(eria on ( Pn tram will
feature a ha: E >' ,;>N<
Beth Emeth S SterhOOd was to Mt. Sccpus crouo ftill havi
present a Pageant I Jewish Fes*i- paid-u] n party on
v;il- on Thurs a; at 8 30 p.m. In- Monday not nic T m
vited to parl at< were churches pie. 41 Vali
and schi area Cantor
Hyman !" i I ; res< nl the
musii e pro)
Membi rs of S I : ianned a
: Jew-
ish holida; .
Mrs. Grossinger
Will be Honored
Mis M '-' OCh presi-
dent of the Mi) Beach chapti r
of the Jewisl '- lional ii >me for
Asthmatic ( announces
that the chai :< having its fir*t
luncheon at the
ii.ui>, -' i iseway,
North Bay \ on ThUTI
nonn. Fel
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he shi an at d y mem-
bers of th cl
Gui Mi .i
i !ros in .> r I rec ve a I .e
meml ers !e and pin.
Chaim
Mrs Shrrli
Chai group Purim
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Dade Heights Yo'jng Judea
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Tempie Menorah Singletons
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v life members are honored at a Temple
r Tamid Sisterhood luncheon. Left to right
^:e Mesdames Alex Glassman. Louis Hirsh
Max Raskin, Milton Hurwitz. Robert Levine,
Irving Berger. and Henrietta Fine, chairman of
the life membership aroup. Not shown are
Mesdames Abraham Trotsky end Herman B.
Klein. These women make a total of 77 life
members for Ner Tamid Sisterhood,
liami Beach Hadassah Groups Will
evote Programs to Medic Organization
I
I Miami Beach Ha Jassah groups is currently receiving patients and
.meet on Monday. Programs equipment, and the Israel govern-
concentrate on giving members ment is granting the institution as-
mation about Hadassah Medi- |sistance in moving from the oid
Organization, which sustains i quarters.
maintains the medical work in The Medical Center is open to
,rae' j Arabs and Moslems, as well as to
The new Medical Center building 'Jews.
^free JO placements, Members of the Miami Beach
3M K.y Punch. Pr,aan,.. wiring 4 'groups have beer, working on the
hotel training division Calendar \earbook, proceeds of
- m.cript, switchboard. Front of } which help the moving day oper-
f. NCR ooo, Audit, cashier. Etc. ation. Mrs. Morns Kogjn is chap-
s' Ye.**, P. 654. *55 Phon, Bk. ? ^ coordlRatop q( Qfo pr0,ect
Adelphi Business College r
,.6a6NE7th St. Nr. b.sc. Blvd. } Brandeis group will meet at the
PU7.7e23 5t,t,Approvec->^^ Fontainebleau hotel for lunch at
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11:30 a.m. Mrs. Heiene Roser.thai
i will present a musical program.
Hadassah Medical Organization
will be highlighted Mrs. Earl Cop-
Ion is president.

i
Herzl group will meet at the Eden |
Roc hotel at noon. Mrs. R. Baum
will give a report on American af-
fairs. Guest speaker will be Mrs
; Louis Glasser. who will speak on
>her experiences in Russia. A film.
"A Boy Named Ami," will be
shown. Mrs. Ben Zeigmund is pres-
ident.
* ? *
Bay Harbor Island group will
have a lunch in the Singapore hotel
at noon. Mrs. George Sogg. Youth
Aliyah chairman, will speak on the
forthcoming project. Arrangements
chairman is Mrs. Chari Silverman.
Mrs. Ellis Amdur is president.

Hannah Senesch group will meet
!at the Saxony hotel at noon for
i lunch. Program will feature the
film. "To Save One Life." with in-
troduction by Ralph Bellamy. The
birthday of Mrs. Arthur Apple-
;baum. president, will be celebrated.
*
Stephen S. Wise group will meet
at the Martinique hotel. 11:30 a.m..
for brunch. Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vitz. of Temple Ner Tamid. will be
guest speaker,
president.
Mrs. B. Kopel is
Shalorr.a group will meet at Hi-
biscus Auditorium at noon. Program
will feature the Youth Aliyah film.
"A Boy Named Ami." Guest speak-
er will be Mrs. Joseph Shawmut.
Mrs. Harry Gabrelow is president.
*
Henrietta Szold group will meet
at the Algiers hotel at 12:30 p.m.
for refreshments. A skit. "They
Said it Couldn't be Done will be
presented Mrs. Emma Rattner is
president.
* *
Emma Lazarus group will meet
at the Washington Federal bldg.. at
12:30 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. of Temple Menorah, will
speak on Youth Aliyah. '
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ewel on Every Table" is the decorations are (left to right) Mrs. Harold Rand, Mrs. Irving
'- erne to be carried out at the "Jewel Luncheon" Cypen. Mrs. Harold Stone, and Mrs. Da\
the CJA Donors Division on Feb. 17 at the Cabman.
-glades hotel. Members of the committee
Mystery Box to be Awarded at Women's
CJA 'Jewel Luncheon' in the Everglades
\ chorus of blonde beauti
original skit based on the Carol
.mning classic "Dian nds ire a
1'.- Best Friend," and the aw ar I
a mystery box c intaining a vai-
ls jewel, will be feal
the CJA "Jewel Luncheon" on
Friday noon. Feb. 17. at the Ever-
. lades hotel.
Irs. Jean C Lehman, chairman
the Donor-' Divisi n (und-rai-
said that "this year's pr
1 be original i I uniqu pro-
ling a combination of mu-
ral work, gifWsurprises, and a tc
ua notean address by an out-
.nding community and
a ministrator."
The second bi-- '.'
iction in behall of the 1%: Com-
ied Jewish Appeal is expected
attract a record crowd to the
I erglades room
!n the entertainment spotlight
11 be a chorus inde
* el ." aingi rs and dancers .
w appeared locally before or-
. nizations and club Sevei
i to the in
'ing Troupe Last year.
it Ahich was re-
it Its original skit i i too
. in the South F -.-a.
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SERVED
IN A GIASS
OB A CUP
TETIEY TEA
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Y. there $ Yom To spirit in
thu fine tea...' rlivor crushed'
/or fullest strength inJ stimu-
U:ion ... richer tSSH md pleas-
ure with your fleisbigs and
milchifts and bccr* meal
refreshment..,
Horowitz. Mrs. Stanley Levitch,
Mrs. David Miller. Mrs Sj
nt> rg, Mrs. Bertram Schrank,
and Mrs. William Wicknian. Ori-
ginal lyrics were written especial-
ly fcr the Combined Jewish Apeal
women by Tri.ve Levin Pianist
will be Mrs. Howard Grove
An urgent message about Great-
er Miami's social services will be
brought to the women's affair by
Arthur S. Rosichan. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, whose experience
as a social service administrator
Covers a span of nearly 30 years
in major IS. and Canadian cities
Subject of his address will be
"Women's GivingOur Communi-
ty's Added Strength "
Mrs Mayer Abramowitz will de-
liver the invocation. Guests at the
luncheon will be Sam J. Herman,
Federation president; Joseph M
Lipton. general campaign chairman
of the L961 CJA; and Mrs. Morns
Goodman Women's Division cam-.
i chairman.
Mrs. Lehman named the follow-'
to head up committees for the
luncheon Mrs. Irving Cypei jew-
el chairman; Mrs. Ha il I Si ne
iim
hostess man
Sdward Oppenht
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lira gifts
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Cedars Auxiliary
Talent Awards
Lunch Tuesday
s. H. B. Ies
en v ihah'OjflMqj
n RospH I
Auxiliary war I Lunch
on Tues lay r.< Ei er
glades hot< I aftei
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ago when u' ''' !'' :
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talent was i wi iting and
wrote ne I lull ami tint Pres
Mrs Nathaniel Levin held a
"Day at the Keys." where she en-
tertai
Bake Sale Here Monday
Women's Division of ,. rjj^:
b r oi Commerce oi Surts '. ''u
Harl lur and Baj il '. Lj?
ining a baitivrfale I .!
20 from 10 -.i to
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SurJ
MR. AND MRS. SCHWARTZ
Beach Couple
Mark Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
will celebrate their Golden Wedding
anniversary Sunday. Feb. 19, at the
Royal Hungarian restaurant.
Attending the celebration will be
their children. Mr. and Mrs Jack
Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs Ii
Schwartz, and Mr. an ; Mrs Mau-
rice W
Nil 1 -. Ichil In -.
grandchildren, sisters
ind relatives ex
Mr Mrs. S hve a)
Miami Women
Plan Luncheon
at thi
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Panel Studies
Basic Needs
The basic needs which the 1 ft> 1
session of the Florida Legislature ;
should consider were outlined by a !
panel of experts a: the last meeting
of the Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council oi Jewish Women,
held lasi week at Temple Krael.
"We need improved probation fa-
cilities said State Attorney Rich
ard Gerstein. "It costs about $250 j
a year to put a man on probation..
bui a ci sts many times that to i
" him at Raiford. Sending a
first offend* r to Raifor i. Gerstein
- him a college educa-
in crime. A better rehabilita-
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repeat crim -
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ORT Chapters
Plan Functions
Greater Miami chapter. Wom-
en's American ORT, will have an
Honor Roll skit and a musical so-
loist at a meeting Tuesday. 8:30
p.m.. at the Deauville hotel.
* *
Islanders chapter will meet Mon-
day, 11:30 a.m., at the Moulin
Rouge motel. Mrs. Harold Spaet
will demonstrate techniques in
floral arranging. Mrs. Martin
Lodge is in charge of reservations.
South Miami chapter is having
brunch at the home of Mrs. Ernest
Sohncn, 940 Andora ave.. Coral Ga-
bles, on Tuesday at 11:15 a.m.
D
Hostesses for the Bar Mitzvah dinner of the Hebrew Academy
on Sunday evenina at the Fontainebleau hotel are seated (left
to right) Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum, president of PTA; Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro, Academy Women's president. Standing (left to right)
are Mrs. Irving Firtel. Ida Appel Auditorium project chairman;
Mr. Leonard Rosen, PTA building council chairman.
Academy Women To Host Dinner
Hebrew Academy Women and
I TA members will once again serve
as hostesses at the school's annual
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dinner at the Fontainebleau hotel
on Sunday evening.
A planning committee headed bv
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of
1 Hebrew Academy Women, and Mrs.
Jack Buchsbaum. president of PTA.
'together with Mrs. Irving Firtel and
I Mrs. Leonard Roser. co-chairmen of
'the building committee, have an-
nounced that this year's dinner,
dedicated as the Bar Mitzvah ccle-
ibratiun of the school, will carry
! through the motif in its decorations
and table decor.
A blue-and white color scheme
has been chosen with blue tabU
cloths and white floral centerpieces
on each table. Blue and white can
dies set into the traditional candi I
abras will complete each individual
centerpiece.
Hostesses will include Mcsihme-
|Samuel Reir.hard. Al Miller. Harry
Kaplan, Leo Reinhard. M. II. Kosen-
house, Isidore Spolter, Henry Rein-
hard, Sue Herman, Jerome Bienen-
feld. Harry Genet. Pauline Grand-
werg. Sarah G. Budlow, Morris
Bienenfeld, B. 1. Binder. Charles
Annual Dinner
Due for Club 2
Mrs. Irving Liftman, president
of Pioneer Women's Club 2. an-
nounces an eighth annual dinner
sponsored by Mrs. Louis Marcus
and Mrs. Isaac Katz. chairmen of
Child Rescue Fund, on Saturday
evening. Feb. 18. at the Royal Hun-
garian restaurant.
Mrs. Sarah Singer will be chair-
man. Invocation will be given by
Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. Mrs.
Milton Green, president, is guest
speaker. Entertainment will be
by Mrs Sonja Weiss.
Mrs. William Beckwith, presi-
dent of Golda Mcir Club, has called
the next regular meeting for Wed-
nesday evening at Beth Fl Congre-
gation. Jewish Music Month will
be observed with Mrs. Anna Sorin-
Bild. cultural chairman, in eharv
Menachc M. Rath, member of
Ihe faculty of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, also on the staff of
Beth Torah Congregation, will be
guest speaker. He will discuss
'Composers of Jewish Origin and
Israeli Composers."
Mrs. Nathan Soroff will intro-
duce the speaker. Mrs. Eva Kahn.
Mrs. Sonia Robbins and Mrs. Ida
Zarchey will host the social hour
Mrs Sam Osipoff is social chair-
man of Golda Meir Club.
< *
Souvenir Journal chairman Mrs.
Moses Meyer, has announced that
Pioneer Women's donor function
will take place on Mar. 12.
I
Beth Emeth Sisterhood's paid-up membership tea features a
fashion show, with Sisterhood members serving as models. Le't
to right are Mesdames Dorothy Brcwarnik, Edith Rosenthc",
Barbara W the evening was Mrs. Shirley Cohen, membership vice pres'
dent. Mrs. Vivien Lelchuk is president of Beth Emeth Sisterhood.
Intermediate Group Meetings Tuesday in Popiel Hail at 7:30 p.m.
The group is open to youngster
Yehudah Moshc Young Jt.dcn in junior hich between 13 and 15 y< I
tcrincdiate group meets every of sge.
Tikvah Group Party
Tikvah group of B'rai R'riih of
Temple Tifereih Israel held a mem-
bership party Sunday afternoon a:
the home of Marcia Weir..-ink. 874
NE 82nd st.
Fruchtman. Sylvia Zemel, Matthew
Zuckerman. Wolfie Cohen. Fannie
Bridge. Sadie Bicler, and Samuel
Cohen.
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^ MUSIC k AND n ^ THEATER
k - 6 J ^w?'s.
THE HARP AS SOLO INSTRUMENT
. ersity c: Mil S onj Orrhes
ch Auditorium, with Fabiec Sevitzk) n and 3
,l aiding Sevitzky. harpist, as feal i ist.
Sevitzky ope: with Verdi s s1
Overture to "Vespri S ptrme;.
I .
(lian Francesco "Vivald..... .
in the United S : This interesting n isici compos auti-
i :.y phrased and superbly molded under Dr Sevitzkj hi Tht tone
times was broad and singing ::.-. ant.
Claiuie Debussy's "Danse Sacree et Profane and Maurice Ravel's
' Intn duction and Allegro' provided an unu (unity of hear;-._
t-i r.arp as folo instrument. Mrs. Sevitzky is a n;cs! sensitive .
I: .ented artist, and beguiled her audience with th( nenng brilliance
ner tone and masterful technique. Debussy, with its impressionistic
t vocation of ancient Greece, fully revealed the .....i facets of the
I arp The Ravel work was also played with a lovely undulating sensi-
t vity.
Dr Sevitzky concluded the concert with a passi< r.ate and poignant
performance of Tschaikowsky's Symphony No. 4 :.*. F miner, op. 36. full
< Russian vervte and tremendous climax.

BALLET RUSSE GENEROSITY
Miami lovers of ballet will have a veritable feast to end I< ir famine
\ tfa performances by the Ballet Russe c'.e Monte Carlo and the Robert |
. ffrej Ballet bursting on the Acene here almost simultaneously.
The Robert Joffrey Ballet will appear for the Civic Music group
< Feb 14 and for Community Concerts the foilowir g evei in| EI b 15. '
County Auditorium.
The one and only Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo was to open its three-
i r appeal ance here or. Thursday. Feb 9 with pert ances also sched-
i Friday and Saturday at Dade County Auditorium.
Igor Youskevitch. Nina Novak, and George Zoritch. the three famous
i : dancers Ol the Ballet Russe. will be -eer. in each of the three
I rograms scheduled by the company. This represents unusual gener-1
i -.:> on the part of these artist.-, who olten i an< nee. cr perhaps '
I vice, during a threeperfcrmance engagement.

CNLY APPEARANCES HERE THIS SEASON
ening program of the Ballet Russe, in i to the three acts
<' Swan Lake." with Novak ana Ytwskevitch. wi I all : ature George j
! riteh m "Gaite Parisienne." The second program or. Feb. 10 will
another of the company* new productions this s< bsi a, a full-scale !
choNOgrophed by Vadim Sulima and featuring ten dancers headed
1 Meredsth Baylis and Eugene Collins. 'Bach Concert!
Bl de Deux fr im the Nutcracker." with George Zoritch and Helen
:e follow.-, then the third act of the new Bwi Lake, featuring
I and Youskevitch Tie closing ballet is SchtherezaJe "
Final program Saturday evening will eper. with the second act of
Swan Lake." danced by Zoritch and Paula Ter.r.;. ton; then the "Pas
d< Trois." with the ever-popular Minku.- music, followed by'
el Imperial." featuring Novak and Youskevitch, and the rarely-
heard Piano Concerto No 2 of Tschaikowaky. TU cli ring is
"Li Beau Danube." with Youskevitch and Trailim a. rbese
v i the Ballet Rinse's only perform. this tei

AW ASTONISHING THEATRE CAREER
One particular ballet to be seen here on the program of the Robert
trey Ballet Company .- a happy symbol oi young
t rican creati r it is the romantic "Pa- (it Deessei ; mises
It be a highlight when this newly-organized c panj mces at the
I ...t County Auditorium next Wednesday mder t: spices
i 'immunity Concert A-
Pas des Deesses Ballet of the Goddesses' is mor< than a
J ck piece for producer-choreographer Robert Joffrey. The production.
which audiences are requesting to be brought back each season, ha- had
i international carer cf it.- own. and its feliciti is
l H astonishing rise of Joffrey as one of America's mo:-t remark.,
I. lenta of the theatre

EEACH CIVIC SERIES WEEK OF THE ARTS' .
Rimsky-Korsakoff's symphonic suite after ;. < Arabian v
-herezade." will be the major orchestra! work r;. the Miami Bi
Civic Orchestra at its 8 p.m. concert on Sunday it .Miami Beach Audi-
t -urn under the baton of Barnet Breeskin
Featured soloist will be pianist Carmen Czi ,,in.
- Juilliard graduate will play the Piano Conci : N 2 in A major, by
Liszt. This i- the fourth concert in the orchestra season.
Also appearing as "soloist." will be Mr- Julien 'Sunn: Balogh,
< -certmistress of the orchestra, who will play the many lovely violin
the Rim sky lush banquet of sense .
-peaking of violinists. Alexander Prlhitchi w.ll be ft atured in a
recital on Wednesday evening at Temple Israel a part of the Temples
"Week of the Arts." Russian by bu-tk. Mr Prilutchi studied in Berlin
H er the renowned maestro. Carl Pleach, concertized throughout Eur-
< < later fled the Nazi-, and arrived in Cuba to become concert master
c: the Havana Philharmonic.
Also featured at the "Week Of the Arts Prof N Bryllior. F
bns Hopkins University, guest lecturer Feb. 18 at the Temple
wish Contribution to American Theatre."

SITTING THE MENDELSSOHN RECORD STRAIGHT
Though biographies and published letters conceal it, I lix Mendels-
:. was "anything but indifferent to matters of European J< wrj ac-
cording to Dr. Eric Werner, professor of music at Hebrew Union College- !
Jev.sh Institute of Religion in New York.
Editors of he Mendelssohn family papers "ci tted all
aihisions which might remind the reader of the composer': aristocra
Jewish ancestors," according to Dr. Werner.
Hope, Bergen
At Tuesday Sho*
Comedian Bob Hope and -mil
; ed songstress
. learn *? in a twr and a hall..
show for the Florida chapt
1 the National n F
tion.
The show ar.d dinner wil bei_
Tuesday night. \ D *
the Fontainebleau :
Proceeds are foi the i
ment her. bf : -'.',""
patient clinu I
insi n's dis<
University of N
medicine will f
tows to tin -:.. :
clinic.
President
i- Mr- Jeai i r
. of the Tue- jj
Heatter and Metr Coi
Charles "Chuck Hall
available at
at 70S net -
Igor Youskevitch cr.c Nine Novak, of the Ballol Russe de Monte
Carlo, which was tc begin a three-day stay Thursday through
Saturday, at Dade Ccunty Auditorium.
(MIL COHtN
Social Singles Party
B"nai B'rith Social .- eles will
hold a St X all : II I ... I
turday evening a- thi Casablanca
hotel. Single adults
Comic to Appear
At Night Clubs
Jev entertainer
Emii -.: for .i 54 ries of
Miami
h< t) nighl clubs, -pon-orcd
by the 196] ii-----iral conference,
("cher. repertoire of
Yiddish ries Y tmeri-
con folk Ion > rsin his pro-
with fur Israel
Bonds
ltl\ mingl i is the -on of a can
tor and was dis< \ red" at Jennie
Grossii per'j i years ago.
He has the night
ice "
- he will
! i seen at i tiie Di-
leauville, shd-
bourni Font; Caribbean,
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The Internationally
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Sidor Belarsky
Or o Program of
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All the world loves a lover, and William Holden ranks as one.
Her* the Academy Award winner is pictured with Eurasian
eauty Nancy Kwan, who achieves stardom, as Holden's co-
star, playing the title role in "The World of Suzie Wong," now
;! VJfometco's Miami Theatre.
Menasha Skulnik,
The '49th Cousin1
at Grove
**| Israeli Music Will
Highlight Festival
The music of *he land of Israel,
is performed by the song and
lance group called the Sabras
will, receive tflft. billing-' at this
.car's community-wide Jewish Mil-
lie Festival, it was announced this
week by Mrs. Louis Glasser, chair-
nan.
The festival will take place on
Sunday night, Feb 25, 8:15 p.m.,
it Temple Israel.
Now on its second tour of the
United Sate- the aroup was orig-
nally Introduced to a cation-wide
iiuiience on the Ed Sullivan tele-
Ision show, and has since per-
ormed in various parts of the
ountry The Sabras have also
oured Sou'h America and France.
Sponsored by the Greater Miami
rewish Community Center, with the
operation of the Cantors Assoei-
ition, the festival this year will
lighlight the music of Israel as
tart of a nation-wide observance
>f its 13th anniversary. The Sa-
>ras will present a program of
iresent day Israeli music, done to
he accompaniment of accordion,
land drum, and recorder
Cantor David Conviser is serving
is program coordinator.
SurrtiE IlKKiK
Sophie Tucker Will
Hostess Party
Sophie Tuck< mpletii .

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preside at the at :.-- I
[sra< : linnet n S turdaj night
A COCkl : 7 ; :: I
precede the dii JChi lul
8:30 p.m.
Miss Tucki r i Tr istee purch
of Israel Bond- sinc( their in
tion ten year- ago. will ..
cial 200 du
Trusl u active nomi
A Tri e i gor in th Bonds
I > to purcha
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Beth / Sisterhood
in 1961
Vlitzvah -
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth a led for t rchas &12
HI will sponsor a luncheon Tues- 000 in 1-. .
day, 12:30 p.m.. in Dora August keepii
Memorial Hall, 500 SW 17th ave. rael's B
Open
Israeli Singers
To Appear Here
Farband Labor Zionist and Pio-
neer Women are jointly presenting
a group of international singers,
lancers and corned.BBS, Sunday, 8
n.m.. at the new Miami Beach High
School
Appearing, direct from a tour of
Europe, will be the Israeli dancers
Judith Sibich. Hershel Gendel and
Felix Sibich. and the musical vir-
tuoso. Zigi Binor
Mrs. Milton Green. Council pres-
ident. Pioneer Women. Beryl Morri-
son, president. Bialik Branch. Irv-
ing Sachs, president. Ben-Gurion
Branch, and Joseph P Zuckerman,
president. Lebediker Branch, urge
members to attend the affair.
Maaasha k, renowned
edian of tie Yiddish stage.
trakea bis draniat;j local debut on
>day. when .'. >pens in the hit
u'dy, Th i.-. Cousin."' at
' 'aen Phillip-' C ;.:-.ut Grove Play-
h i-e.
t'orawg direct from Broadways
'-.baaador Ti are. "The 49th
i>inv' has beet nailed as a re-
ading success acd would still be
! re if not for a b.wking squeeze
. ich forced it t> depart to make
n for "The Tenth Man."
Written by F. >ritice Lowe and
; iroline Fraccke, the play takes
f:.ice at the turn of the century in
^ : acuae. NY. Skulnik. ever the
w begotten comic, is far less the
p ,.-t in bis current production, seen .
i all bis hilarious aspects as a Leberfeld. Jay Gerber. Leo Bloom subscriptions will be entitled to the
:iiinnfing father who. because of land Evelyn Juster. first concert of next season. The
h- hostility towards their suitors. With the announcement of the Apr. 4 program will be at Miami
i- tor^U to'watch his daughters be-. P'a>' some weeks a^o. Phiilips de- Edison Senior High School.
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ANNA ROMAN
Concert Date Postponed
The Metropolitan Symphony Or-
chestra concert scheduled for Tues-
day has been changed to Apr. 4.
All tickets held for the February ,
concert will be honored at the April
concert. Persons holding season
maid;

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Heft his daughters overcome
his opposition and his continuing
batt|fff with the rabbi and trus-
tees _i his synagogue make up
the hilarious iwbstance of the
play.vnMch critics called a most
worthy follow-uo to his first
Broa>iay hit, "The Fifth Season."


Vppearing with Skulnik in the
created by Martha Scott on
idway, will be his wife, Anna
nan. Others from the New York
..t>t are Marnel Sumner. who direc-
( i tba.play. Moi.,> Ardrey. Alfred
dares the biggest advance sales of
the theatre since his association
with it as producer. Many of the
performances are nearing the sell-
out point, with immediate reserva-
tions suggested by calling HI 5-2581.
The brilliant Roberto Iglesias j
Ballet Espanol continues through
Sunday, Feb. 12, following which it
will open two days later at the Play-
house Theatre in the British Colon-
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Miami Beach Music and Arts
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Juta Saarne, ballerina, and Jose,
Miguel, pinanist will be the fea-
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Before coming to Miami. IfidS
Saarne appeared with the well-
known Estonian Ballet and as pre-
mier ballerina in several Euro-
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Jose Miguel was a child prodigy,
beginning his piano studies at the
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By FLORENCE LOWE and CAROLINE FRANCKE


Foe
p3c;e 8-B
fJenisfi Meridian
Friday, February 10,
j~r We
the
Women
Yawitt, Lipkin
Exchange Vows
Stephanie Roberta Lipkin
Robert Asher Yawitt exchanged
wedding wows "n Sunday. Fel
with Rabbi Leon Kronish offici-
ating. The roon ceremonj at the
Carillon hotel was followed by a
recen;
After a trip through Mexico, the
young couple will reside a- '.20 S.
Shoredr Miami Beach.
The br. le Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mr- > n \ Li kin, of 256
Shore ights. M
and is a gradual
Her sorori > is Tan
l
Hei
ml roidered
She
Neil K Miller
wer..... Barbaia

in a i
sen Mrs v..
EAYE
JEWEL OF AN AFFAIR
Jewel Luncheon on Fri lay. Feb 17, i< be i : liven by thi
sion of the Combine appeal Th function takes its i
ii ... gi i to be git en In n throug i
I mi Diamond Center Sn i everywhere at they'l
, ,i your c i mnisl s to see many 1
i. Evei i lotel when gets g '.n^
* *
V.CAA.N OF THE WEEK
Faye AMin looks as if she ha: usl ill ft
j-he wears simple, well-tailon I desij I by H 'n Ros
i Sue favors black an l brides!
:::; h : i iss features. Mr-
ii M \ i'awut. : 200
glamorous air be it raj ,s gbore r Mi n Bea h, and
m 'five times over She de- owns a trailer park He is a grad-
nies that she is a dedicated clubwomenbut uate ol the University ol Miami
ceri is been dedicated to the Jewish and belongs to Alpha psilon Pi.
..... ... ,.__.__, ,... He is rvi bj Gerald ralick.
Home I .r the Aged and the combined Jewish ^ j^^ Rubin
Appeal For many years. Faye was chair- Daim, Gordo MiUard Stein and
man of Pacesetters of CJA, during the last Warren Thomas, jr. ushers
campaign took a philanthropic Sabbatical
and now here she was back as chairman of
the Premiere Luncheon held las; Tuesday The
Premiei the CJA Women,- Division func-
tion ot the j i
Faye has traveled quite a bit. hiving been
arour.l the world many times, and o: course,
in Israel > She began traveling at the age
of three, when she came to the U.S. from Eng-
land, where she was born At present. Faye's
ing at the Eden Roc hotel, trying to decide whether to make it a
p< nanenf waj of lite or to return to that large h
Faye read- a lot of good fiction She al->> plays a lot of golf. Now
hen. she outshoots bersell and breaks 90
* *
BfiS MITZVAH LAST WEEK BAR MITZVAH THIS WEEK
Leon and Dotty Kaplan were very -mar They had the tent put up
ral days in advance ol ton Stanley's Bar Mitzvah reception at their
hi i If u rained the ground wouldn't get wet, they said It didand
In't.
itty, in a printed -ilk with pink shoes, and Leon in his new figure
d beaming at the fro;;: : Everybody was thereit was like Old
1 ie Week. Elry Stone and Ettie, Irving and Eleanor (Pete) Hirsch,
Newton Levinsons, Sam and Bee Blank. Sam and Shirley Heiman,
the A Budd Cutler- were all watching Stanley Myers, the center of
iction until daughter Judy came over and took her son, Bobby, out
- arms
it innie Escol In green velvet and gold lame, with Mickey by her
- was bus) talking Charlotte Simon in a blue and green print came
e -iiuc husband George was in St. Petersburg making a speech
Tohn and Helen Temple, the Oscar Sindells, the Bill Singers, the Paul
Is, Carl and Martha Susskind, and two unidentified children In red
her-and-sister outfits all drifting around talking, eating and drinking.
and Clairi Rosichan just about in and oathe had to rush off
leeting natura
* *
SCMB PARTY
Even the hostess tl >ir dinner party was extra special.
ard and '. se \ n K r ill m : I ski ni then- friend- in the
rial room of the Eden R Mi si I Mi G rt Heiman, of
let! Bay Park '..! Harold Grants, from South Orange,
to tow n jusl tor th ffai
\ ter i in er eve yr> dj I need Then the doors to the
1 .i Lisa room were opened, ai I Fitzgerald did the entertaining
ii' i then on. Everyone loved her, and some of the husbands were glad
ti I--1 their weary feel I
scaetimesthey co Sweefheorf Dance Slated
Dave 'irnl Klmor Cat-man took Ellen and Julie and went to Sebruu
he weekend The) stayed at Harder Hall and golfed. Of course ]{:'- "' HP1' chapter of Jewish
Elinor feels that -he has a very unusual bus- Music Month The Temple Zinn
the has, because he played golf ren al I)t'nvt''" will hold a Sweet
with her. and seemed to be en.i lying it.
Sciiddy, Clein
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs. Hilliard Clein. of
7780 SW 19th St.. annouiM
gagement of their daughter,
inc. to Harvey Scuddy. He i- t. *
grandson of Mr and Mrs Natha"
Levin, of Atlantic City. \ |
A late fall wed. ing is plan |
Smith, Nadler
Plan August Rites
Mr and Mr- Louis c
102nd St., Bay Harbor I-
nounce thi
lau 'hter. Leslj ..: s nith I
ild Norman Sadler, son ii. \
L. Nadlei the lat<
1920 sw I8fli
Mis S
i| Miami and u [ ,\
Epsilon Phi social
Mr N Is
University ol Mian.: .-. ith .
accounting He is a mi
Seta Beta Tt t at<
An Am ust V
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MRS. ROBERT YAWITT
Lace Gown
For Mrs. Nathans
The Saxony hotel provided the
setting for the w and recep-
tion ol Madeline Lee Mi ndler and
Howard Arnold Nathan- on Sunday.
Feb. 5. Rabbi Leon Kroni-h offici
ated at the l p.m ceremony.
Daughter of Mr and lira. Ben
Rubin. 220 SW 51 pi., the bride
wore lace ballerina-length gown
with long sleeves and boat neckline
outlined in seed pearl- She came I
while roses and orchids.
Mrs. Anita Sherman served the
BOW Mrs. Nathan- a- matron of
honor, and Mi.-- Diane Berk. Mrs.
Eileen Hirsch. Mr- Yetna Lynn,
and .Mrs Ellen Mandler were
bridesmaids,
Both Mr and Mrs Nathans at-
tended Miami Senior High School,
and he graduated from the Univer-
sity of Miami with a degree In
mathematics in January.
Best man for the groom was Her
bert Hirsch. Sieve Brill. Mike (>-
man. Marvin Adelman an I Allen
Savitz -erve as ushers.
Hi- parent.- are Mr. and Mr-
Sam Nathans, of 1371 sw 21st ter..
.Miami
After a honeymoon trip to Nas-
sau, the young couple will live in
-out hern California.
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the David Hochbergs with their children,
i and Miles, were there, too All four of
thi children went riding and boating, a typical
naive Florid ion.
heart Dance on Feb. 18 at Coral
Gable- Lo ge, 4i Valencia ave In
charge of reservations are Mes-
dame- Ina Zipper and Annette Zig
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Mrs. Eugene Wolff, of the Beach Tower
hotel, had a birthday Her daughter. Mrs. Wil-
liam Brooks, fleu m from California Hei >n,
Henry, and hi- wife, Zelina.. didn't have to fly
in at all; tiny live here They hurried down
to the Eontainebleau hotel to join the binhday
celebration and saw the Japanese extravagan-
za too Mr- Wolff had just seen the same
kind of show in Pan- at the DeLido. and she
llINuR thought that this was oru ol the best. ChaU
< up for our town. .
Richard and Aclele Rubin were enjoying a leisurely dinner the other
ing at Red Coach drill Adele looked smart in a era) knit with
\ aped neckline Their three children ate dinner at h>me
* *
IF THE SHOE FITS
Busy and talented people like the thre M-. Martha (Mrs Stanley)
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Cohen, Epstein
Exchange Vows
The former Misi Pr in<
stein and Stephen R Coh<
narried Sundaj. Feb. 5. at 11
Tifereth Jacob n Hiali
in Leo lleim officiating
I he bride i- the daugh i
Mrs Stanley Barry, ol
371 h Iii..M .' She is .i gi
i I Hialeah High School, uh.
.1- member of the :
in president <>i the I
tic Club.
The groom is *he .-on ol N
Mrs Jacol B I ohea, .">::- Pa
dr Miami Spnn He i- ..
atC Ol Hialeah liiLih Schi al i
is now attending the Univers
Miami, majoring in engineei
Th- couple will reside at
neola dr., Miami Spring*
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Friday, February 10, 1961
"
+Jewish*! fteridtifeun
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uliAMI chap'er of Hadassah
*^' held Its I asl Presidents
u last al i .11 -
perm ot< G ,.
ductii ns m Mrs irray
ne of the daj
fon blue woven cot-
ton j ck< | a white fl
pattern wai in thi fabric, and
fea-
tured white chiff m with a jabot
neck! e
' Betty Bi \ '... jky, presi-
dent, chose a white linen sheath
fortbt co brunch and fash-
ion show. Her I ess had white
lace inserts in the l>odice. and she
won a HQaU While pillbox hat.
.LcveJy Roberta Peters, colora-
tura of the Metropolitan Op-
era Company, will star in the
Enqlish language version of
"Martha," by von Flotow, be-
png presented under the aus-
ices of the Opera Guild of
iami on Feb. 20 and 25 at
ade County Auditorium and
eb. 22 at Miami Beach Audi-
'toriuiri.
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PROSPECT 6-1161
Mrs Abe Ar run it* who acted as
toastmastei i hose a black and
white silk p >ath.
Mrs. Abrali im Kasow selected
a stril g i r.semble ol white silk
"i h< r she itl and a Chanel-style
w hite nj Ion tulle over
! whiti sil ;. Her jacket was
embroidered in red roses, and the
roses were also appliqued across
the Empire line of her dresa
Mr-. Stephanie Klein chose a
light-weight wool jersey in a soft
grey color. I; was a two-piece
jacket style dress with a low neck-
line and crossed-tab front.
Founder president. Mrs. Harvey
Herman, wore a lilac and white
wool jersey. The white top was
embroidered in the same shade of
lilac as her skirt. Her black-
jeweled gloves were a pair she
brought back from a recent visit
to Rome.
Mrs. David Adler chose a honey
beige silk organza with self col-
ored embroidery; and Mrs. David
Brandt wore a bone colored bro-
caded ensemble with a black
feathered' hat.
Visiting from Cedarhurst. L.I..
Mrs. Jack Israel was stunning In
a black silk alpaca suit, softened
with a pale pink chiffon bodice.
Mrs. Maurice Swan chose a com-
bination of black wool jersey and
taffeta, and highlighted it with
shocking pink gloves and maribou-
feathered hat
*
lulRS. Max Paul wore a light
mwm luggage-tan wool jersey
sheath. Her scooped neckline
was banded in salin. and the '
bodice was jeweled. White and
lilac were a popular combination,
and Mrs. Jack Walker used them
in her checked jacket over a white
dress. Her small clutch bag was
the same fabric as her cardigan-
styled jacket
Black and white plaid was worn
by Mrs Murray Smith. Her suit
was topped with a high fashion
chapeau of black silk.
Mrs, Max Bergman, who won1
the prize of a trip to Nassau, chose
white wool for the afternoon. Col-
larless, it featured oversize patch
pocket- and tabs finished with
pearl buttons A powder blue
\ '1 knit thai she bought while in
Israel, was worn by Mrs. Louis
Levinson. It had a semi -nautical
collar of heavv bulk knit.
The style show was presented
by Don Mullen, of Miracle Mile,
and club member models had
their coiffures styled by J. Baldi.
Your columnist was coordinator
and commentator for this presen-
tation, which included the newest
in sportswear to the latest in fab-
ric- and gowns.
Zimmermcins Will
Live m Texas
Benita Joyce Pawliger and Ron-
ald Zimmerman wore married Sat-
urday. Feb. 4. in the home ol her
parents, Mr and Mrs. Max Piuv-
liger, 8290 sw 61st ave.. with R
Morion M,;la\ skj officiatl
The groom is ;hi' -on of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Zimmerman, of Gaines-
ville. Florida.
The nrw Mrs. Zimmerman is a
graduate of Com! Gables High, and
attend.- the University ot Floi
Her husband graduate I from the
Gainesville High School, jr. I was in
thi service with field artillery ra I. r
for three years, 10' month- of that
time in Korea.
He i- : v. ,, iphomoi in
l"l!' ring al the Uni-
versity of Flo la and is a mi
ol th Ami rican institute
tnc .: Enj in ers
_ After a wed trip thi
Florida I I. .>iana. th c
will reside in Ft. Worth. Tex where
Mr. Zimmerman is temporarily em-
ployed by the Convair Corp. Lat?r
thej will return to Gainesville,
where ho will resume his studies
at the University of Florida.
Rummage Sale Slated
Sisterhood ol Temple Ada'h Y h
iirun will hold a rummage sale at
ens' Market. N\v 62nd st., on
F r i d a y an-' Sunda) Ar
ments tor pic'; up of rummage
was to be made by calling Mrs,
Honey Salzman or Mrs (
Dorf. A paid-up membership buf-
fo" -upper will be held for Sister-
hood members on Wednesday. 8
p.m., at the Temple building.
Grossmans Tell
Daughter's Troth
Mr .and Mrs. Murry B. Gross-
man. &335 SW 149th dr., announce ;
the engagement of their daughter,
Dawn Beth, to Moses J. Grundwerg. |
son of Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg and
the late Samuel M. Grundwerg.
4561 Prairie ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Grossman is a native Mi-
amian and honor graduate of Miami
Senior High School. She attended
the University of Florida, where
she was an affiliate of Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi. representative and execu-
tive officer of Women* Student
Assn.. and member ot Florida Blue
Key Speakers Bureau.
She is graduating from the school
of education at the University of
Miami in June.
Her fiance is a member of the
Florida Institute of Certified Pub-
lic Accountant*, a cum laude grad-.
uate of the University of Miami law
school, where he was appointed to
the dean's committee for service
and leadership, and past chancellor
of Tau Epsilon Rho legal fraternity.
He is associated in the practice of
law with Seymour J. Simon and
Richard J. Hays He is president
of the Miami Beach Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, secretary of Beth
Israel Congregation and the Hebrew
Academy
The couple will be married in
June.
Coral Way Ladies
To Hear Pianist
The Thursday. F 16
of the iisterl if Coral \v. > Jew-
ish Center at 8:30 p ill fea-
ture Ji Mis uel irises
i .. Music of
Ro nance Ai
Marisi al, winni thi l City
ilia i sc! "Ian | in mm .-*
al ; nt doing :< at
the Unn .-..-.:. ....
Joseph Tarplt, v i
plaj ;' ic....... oil's I m..... \ >.
2 in C minor wi h i
Symphi ay Orch ol Mi
the Sisterh he
a : ol | m
songs, which Mrs. Eli; sen-
berg will ;.;,j the audience .r. -
ins
M Leo Weinstein .- program
chairman for the t\
MRS. RONALD ZIMMERMAN
Miss Vendeland
Engagement Told
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Vendeland.
3733 SW 26th tor.. Miami, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Tobi Ann.
The groom-to-be is Paul Albert
Marchand. He is the son ol Mr.
and Mrs. Willurd Marchand. 241
\ Shore dr.. Miami Beach.
Study Groups Will
Meet Wednesday
All study group- of the seven
divisions of the Greater Miami Sec-
tion. National Council of Jewish
Women, will attend a regular meet-
in- of the Dado County School
Board on Wednesday l p.m.. at th?
Board of Public instruction, Lind-
saj Hcpkin> bldg., Miami.
Greater Miami Section is an or.
cation of over 2.000 women
v ho carry on v aried volunteer ser-
vices in the community, a- well as
an educational program on natio*
nal and international affair-. Mrs.
Sidney Lew is is resi lent.
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Bowling Team Being Formed
Sam Berke. chairman of the ath-
letic committee of Yehudah Moshe,
has announced that a bowling team
is being formed. The League -till
has vacancies
Swimsuit Fashion
Show Wednesday
Annual Sisterhood Luncheon of
Temple Beth Sholom will be held
on Wednesday in the Pompeii room
of the Eden Roc hotel, according
to an announcement by Mrs. Har-
vey E Kramer, president
A swimsuit extravaganza by Rose
Marie Reid will be brought in from
California for this affair _
Mrs. Murray Sonnett and Mrs.
Charles Silvers are co-chairmen of
the function. Ticket chairmen are
Mrs Robert Goodman and Mrs.
Samuel Hirsch. The luncheon will
feature prizes, and favors.
Funds raised will go to the Sis-
terhood^ religious school subsidy
fund.
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Organizations Emerge
Nat Roth was burn in New York
<_'.:> and came to Daytona Beach
in 1912. but bis In'*' '-- intimately
tied up with the development ol
tin Greater Miami Jewish com-
riity It happened tin- waj
. short staj .it Dayiona Beach
v.. followed by his arrival in
"...mi. During World War ;.
Roth served in the I S Navy A
j i r afU i tin' war, he mai
l ., wife, Peai I. in Jacksonville
v. th Miami hi- hometow n,
\ nl >' work tur the New York
! t partmenl Store as a buyer The
e is known .1- Richards I
stan Is on the same site as
bel re
in 1921, Roth won: into the re-
tail women's apparel busii
.' glei st where Burdine'a is
m
"Flagler st. was paved with
wooden blocks," Roth recalls,
"and empty lots seemed as pro-
fuse as buildings were sparse.
Where the McAllister stands to-
day was a pier, and people who
wanted -to go to Miami Beach
traveled on a small boat carrying
six to eight."
Ri th was honored Saturday exe-
at the Barcelona hotel for
hit many year- of activity m be-
hail of the welfare of salesmen
an retailers in the fashionwear
ll ry. But the story of his
civii identification goes well be-
1 hi.- business achievements
Originally a member of Beth
David Congregation, the only syn-
ue in Greater Miami at the
tint. Roth joined with eight
other Beth David members to or-
ze Temple Israel At first,
tin new congregation met at the
put lie library on Flagler .-t Sub-
sequently, the Temple built an
optn-air synagogue on what is to-
da> Biscayne blvd and 14th st.
"We paid about $7,300 for the
lotand later sold it for more
than $200,000 to land developers
Inn. Roth said. After that.
(.11 e the new" Temple I-rael
at its present site at 137 NE 19th
st.
A: long his other Jewish com-
munity activities. Roth helped
oru nize the first WMHA, which
mt: on the Flagler side of the
Seybold building. He was also
among charter organizers ol Sbo-
lom Locge, B'nai B'r;:h. and a
charter officer
One ol his m tsl inten sting ex-
perienci was Roth's battle
ainst l Vmencan
Bund, which -tablish .1
u hite Fi hi ri 1 he croup,
imed Healy,
rds member-
thai it in-
' from the
Baj ol Miami
1 thai time Roth
firsi Jew ish w ar Vet-
irgamzed
a hi f 1 Is M Post, in
men, j il Mi Hai rj Vlarko-
w ;t/. the p 1st is today called
S irman Bruce Bi
"We got together with non-
Jewish members of the American
Legion and Veterans of Foreign
Wars. The night of the White
Front meeting, we went to 'at-
tend' in a band of some 30 cars,
first telling the police that we in-
tended breaking up the gathering.
Our instruments of attack were
chiefly 12-inch pipes."
That was the or. I >: the V\
Front in Florida
Roth subsequently organized
JWV Posts in Orlando. Jackson-
ville. Tampa and St Petersburg
and became the first commande
oi the JWV Florida Department.
He also rose on the national scene
to the position of national vice
commander
During World War II. the Jew-
ish Welfare Board appointed Roth
Florida chairman of the war rec-
ord- committee He al-o started
the first Bagel and Lox Break
fast Club on Sunday mornings for
servicemen in training on Miami
Beach In addition, he was ap-
pointed by then Gov Spessard
Holland as one of two Jewish
Florida appointees to the Dade
county Selective Service Board
Jenist> floridT&r
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Friday, February 10,
Stomping for Florida as early as 1939 was Nat year's encampment to take place in Mu;
Roth (extreme right) at a northern convention of Roth established the first JWV Post in the 2e
Jewish War Veterans, urging the following partment of Florida.
al chaplain of the American Le-
gion, n le I the ADL's establish-
ment of a monument to the mom
ory of P Benjamin j"
Saras
Roth pnnc:pa', en leavor to-
day revolves around his chair-
manship of the Manufacturers
Representative Division of the
C mbined Jewish Appeal "I
leave such things .1- the ADL I
my brother. Burnt f he explain-
ed "One Roth a*, a time is
enough
The testimonial to Nat Roth on
Saturday honored him as founder
and former president of the Na-
tional Assn. of Women's and Chil-
dren's Apparel Salesmen. He has
been president of the Florida Fa-
shion Mart for the past 24 years,
from which office he recently re-
t red. He is also the "father" of
the Benevolent Auxiliary of the
National Assn. of Women's and
Children's Apparel Salesmen and
its Retirement Home chairman.
Roth is a charter mem
the Legion of Honor >:
Shrine of Miami. Seven
ho Started the Sou:.
Salesmen's Foundation
whuh lends money to mem
without interest
The Roths live at 1250 S 1 \
hambra Circle, Cora! Cables
Their three children include Sta
ley Howard Ruth. Mr.-. Mill
Spilka. ami Mr- Bernadine .
or. all of Greater Miami I
are also eight grandchild
Univ. Leaders Hear Klutznick
"Stone) alone cannot truly build
An important part of Roth's
ci\ ic endeavor has centered
around t h e Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. Together
with Miami attorney and historian
Harry Simonhoff. he helped ar-
ranged a Chair for Democracy at
Lakeland University, and with
Rev Richard F.vans. then nation-
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a nation." national president Philip
Klutznick. ot the American Friends
ol the Hebrew University, told an
overflow audience of more than
200 persons at a Saturday nigh" re-
ception at the home ot Mr- Jennie
Grossinger
"Israel must accelerate the de-
velopment of its institutions of high
er learning -uch as the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem to contin-
ue its new found role of leadership
among the emerging nations if
Africa and Asia." Klutznick said
In what may have been his last
address in behalf of the university
in his role as president, he urged
increased support of the $12,000,000
development fund to build a new
campus in Givat Ram. a Jerusa
lem suburb
Samuel Daroff, chairman of
the Philadelphia biochemistry
project for the Hebrew Univer-
sity, congratulated the ieacers of
the host Sout" Florida chapter
for their dec .j- to accept a
SSOO.000 campaign ro be launch-
ed in March.
Details of the local project will
be announced iavr uvordmg to
chapter pre-:J.-t" S S'1.1
piro.
Mi an i Mr- \ r'ahain Wechsler.
founders of the Hebrew Unit
were guests ol honor at the annu..'
'recaption given by Mr- Gl
gar
Mayor D Lee Powell, just
turned from Israel. Charles Char
cowsky, $300,000 benefactor
university, former Mayor Hal I
Shapiro. Judge Malvin Er.gi.r
chapter treasurer Leo Robu .-
and board member- Charles Fried
ander and Mr- Oida Rubin wei
among those attending the
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Miami Beach Zionist District on i
Wednesday noon at the Rr.z Plaza
hotel Jacob Fishman is chairman
Rabbi Caplan will discuss The
Future Outlook for Israel
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Abe Rubin, honorary vice presi-
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luncheon Dr Abraham Wolf.
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Arts and Religion Will Spark Week-Long
Temple Israel Program Starting Monday
Tfte relationship "between the
. rts and religion will be explored
through a full week of var.ed pro-
grams Feb. 13 to 19 at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami.
With the exception of th
i ..> 'i program next Monday, the
<'.'oor of Temple Israel will be open
rge :o the publii
l< in a program that in-
- xhibition, violin re-
cital, interrelipious seminar, lee-
on the American stage, and
ol the Temple's new
Schanfz pipe organ with a recital
The annual institute for the
eltrgy wifl launch the week's
activities on Monday morning
when Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of
Temple Israel, will discuss 'The
Feinberg Speaks
At Yivo Forum
Leo Feinhorc will be guest
ker at the meeting of the
'it Miami Vivo Forum on Sa:.
i rda> everi-.s; a: Miami Beach
Public School, 1420 Washington
I i
Feinberg is a Yiddish and Rus-
sian poet. He is currently author-
ing "The Life and Works of Leo
stoy" for publication in The
. j -Morning Journal.
A regular columnist for The Day.
erg is a well-known transla-
: Yiddish poetry into Russian.
Saturday evening, Feinberg will
< iscusi Leo TolstoyNovelist and
M< ralist
The Yivo Forum is a weekly pies-
i ntation of the Greater Miami Yivo
( mmittee
Merchants Plan
Annual Luncheon
Mercantile Division of the Com-
I Jewish Appeal was to meet
Thursday, 11:30 a.m., at Burdine's
loard room :o discuss plans lor
. tnia luncheon
Alfred Daniels, president of Bur-
i ine*s, and chairman of the Mer-
tile group, said the fund-raising
event will be held on Feb. 21 at
"he Dupont Plaza hotel.
Robert Math:, president of Jor-
dan Marsh, is luncheon chairman
The committee which will mctudc
some of South Florida".- top exe-
cutives in :he re'ail field, is now
vrmation.
Co-chairmen of the luncheon
named this week: Leonard
Farr. of Jackson's-Byrons; Harry
I Katz, of Hartley's; and Samuel
Mufson. of Jefferson Stores.
Origin of the Sviaaojoe and the
Jewisn Concept c Prayer.'' Par.
ticipation is limited to Christian
and Jew sh clergymen of the
Gre*ter Miami area.
.. opening
: '- aru I art '\r... iti
works of mi:..-. | Tem] l< Is-
fa< .:: .,
i, closii
foil Sundi
a.- .. en mas
.
the Castro
lin recil
F, 15.
He will 1
schi an, also a
Cul .. t
- air,-
p'.e Israi. .-. .
Nati Conference
ristians ews and i ie
:... oi the Ul
oi An ericai Hebrew Coi gn ga-
llons, i minar on
"Religii n Faces 7. day's W< rid."
Th si feati :. Albert
: lilberl 1 I i
and Max K... ussants.
Vcrsp?n is director of the Com-
miss'sn on Sociaf Action of the
Unien of American Hebrew Con-
gregations anc au'hor of the re-
cent book, Gian's of Justice."
Dr Farley. Catht d as-
sistant pi ofesi oi educatii.. .
the Universitj Mil mi is a mem-
ber of the bi... : governors of
In National Conference of Cl
ians and Jews
Karl was or;...; ;n the United
Presbyterian Church .r, 1982. He
1 has been a director of the National
Conference ol Christians and
for the pa-' tet years, the las: tour
in Miami as regifj rector lor
Flor. '
Regular Sabbath eve services
on Friday evening, Feb. 17, will
be highlighted bv tn* dedication
of Tempte fsrse-'s new pipe or-
gan.
Pr< i. N* Bl I: John
Hopkins l'ni\ rsity *U1 speak on
"The Jewish ntribut o the
American St< -: .^ l< cturc
planned for Si s rning, Feb
18.
TV 1,683-piTX Schantz organ,
huil! to desigi espi.....: for Tem-
pi* -: '
concert rn Henn S Jai
of New Orlei n: :o the
Temple on S afternoon, tol-
lowins. which ihe art exhibition
los< with the
.. ard rig 4 prizes
Miramar Youth Planning Dance
The dance committee of Miramar
Jewish Youth Group will meet Sat
ur, ay to make final plans for a
semi-formal Sweetheart Dance on
Feb 18 at the Hollywood Recre-
ation Center.
Music will he provided by a teen-
age dance band. Howard Rosenthai
i* chairmi
In keep the group's policj
of coi : service, :r.an> mem
bcrs went out on the Cerebral Palsy
drive recently. A tutal of S287 was
collected by Sharon Herman, Janet
Fedowitz. Marsha Romeo. Howard
Rosenthai. Sarah Samuels, Fran
Goldstein, Linda Solomon. Carol
Goldstein, Judy Perl and Jed Perl.
The group is sponsored by th
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mi ntht old. It's interesting to gel the reactions of merchants along the
thoroughfare with the tourist si a-cm well under way
One of the veteran merchants of the Road. Seymour Weiss, of the
Fruil Bowl, is convinced that the new Mall has saved many >hops from
financial suicide.
He said: Evei though th season has been disappointing in the num-
ber of visitors to Mia mi Beach, the Mall has managed to cot more than
. ir .-hare of them.
"I hate to think what would have happened if thee hadn't been
a Mall. There'; a definite increase in shoppers over the same period
iart year. Although they are not spending as freely, due to present
eccr-cmic conditions, quantity helps ease the lack of quality."
It also is apparent the shops selling popular priced merchandise are
. ._ an increase in profits over last year But the high-priced -tore.-.
in the majority, arc under their figures of last year, A few. however.
how an increase, and thej credit il to the Mall bringing in more custo-
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AH in all. the majority of storeowners are convinced that the new
Ma'.i ha.- kept their heads above water They also insist there must
he a program oi si oi g promo) on by way of interesting, ever-changing
exhibits and shows, or the novelty of the new promenade will tend to
aper oif too soon.
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THE RICE is RIGHT: We doubt whether you'll find a better enter-
tainment buy than that offered by the Cinema Theatre on the Beach
For more than a month now, top-rankint; Yiddish theatre start such as
Leon Schechter. Michel Rosenberg and many others have been making
personal appearances in well rounded Yiddish-American vaudeville.
This week, the Cinema is presenting the Sabra-, widely acclaim.' i
jroup of men and women dancers and musicians direct from Israel
Last year, the talented company was featured at the Seville, and more
recently at the Saxony This marks their first theatre appearance on !
Miami Beach. In addition to the excellent stage show at the Cinema.
1 a feature film is presented. Matinee prices prevail until 6 p.m.. entitling
you to the stage show and movie.
* *
FILM FARE: -Hiroshima. Mon Amour."' at the Mayfair and Sun-ct.
a -lirnng saga oi human emotions, ranks among the all-time great for-'
eign imports. Made in Franc, n depicts the vivid romance of a Japan-
ese architect and French woman, against destroyed Hiroshima.
Alec Gumess. "the man of many characters" and most of them
delightfully droll, adds to his versatility as a Scotch regimental com-
mander in "Tunes of Glory," now at the Carib, Miracle and Town.
Co-starring it able John Mills, and it's a Technicolor production.
"Exodus" continues to pack "em in at the Sheridan, and according
van< sales will be playing to c ipacitj audiences far into the spring
: you make reservations for matinee performances u you want
10 get bitter scats soonei
The romantic screen combination oi Nancy Kwan and Hill Holden
i- box office magic, according to the big business at the Flamingo since :
the opei there oi -The World oi Suzie Wong."
comedy talents have a field Gay In "Pepe" now in its
seventh big week at the I rheatre. Mexico's number one n
Dailey, Shirley Jones and 39 guest stars in ihe
George Sidnej pn offers splendiferous Technicolor views ol
Mexico's top resoi Is
* *
HOTEL LOBBY-ING: "Holiday in Japan." the big and bountiful
revue that was actually made in Japan" for American night club
keeping La Ronde patrons at the Fontainebleau in a hoi id a \ mood It's
a Nipponese delight of music, dancing and novelty, with costuming and
staging in eye-filling Oriental tradition.
Nat "King" Cole is reigning on the stage of the Pompeii Room of
the Lden Roc this week. No stranger here, bul always a treal Senor
Wences and his madcap ventriloquy are an added attraction along with
(.eort-e Tapps dancers. One ol the beat show- B| the Eden Roc this
season.
Many local organizations have made up special parties lo eniov
Diosa Lostello and her last and exciting "Crazy with the Heat" revue at
;the Casa Diosa in the Saxony. Besides the explosive performance of
Diosa. the slick show reveals gobs of fine, new talent, including dancer
Abby Rios and puppeteer Barclay Shaw, and the learn of Willy and
Gu.lle. Smging star Don Casino, who is also the show's bandleader
comes in for a good share of the applause
* *
SOMETHING NEW: Copa City, which has undergone more renova-
n'?h "n, StZ*?0' bHuv<' ",'an any 0ther <"> I" the world
in the past 10 years is getting Mill another face-lifting. This time the
spectacular nitery on Dade blvd i. being transformed into magnificent
ballroom, to be called The Palladium. A huge dance floor \s Kg In
stalled in the space occupied by 900 theatre seats jum a lew weeks .go
The giant nitery building has housed unsuroassed spectacles cf
entertainment, with the worlds most expensive stars, including Mau
nee Chevalier, Ray Bo.ger. Danny Kaye, Sammy Davis, jr., Jimmy
Dur.nt., Danny Thomas, Sid Caesar, staged by six niaht club owneTs
Starting with Murray We.nger and followed by Bill Miller |E
Schuyler, Lou Walters, Martha Raye, and Alan Gale '
They poured more than $750,000 into the club tor renovations when
each took over l.ou Walton sp. n) more than 1350,000 wh. n he ooerated
it as Cafe de Paris for just om season. wperaieo
The n.w owner. Harry Pappas, Nw Wk e
dance floor, is not changing a thing. "The Palladium he -a,d ,n
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1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone J 2-1671
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNijHEi
MEAT FISH STEAKSCHOPSCHICKEN
DELICIOUS PASTRIES CAKES CHALAHS A ROLLS
CATERING FOR All OCCASIONS AT MODERATE CfS
ABE
GEFTER'S
NEW KOSHER
SI RATIO]
ROMWELL
OCEANFR0NT AT 20th STREET
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA ABE GEF'ER
Canter iKta Mnigsbtrf vill
tfliciatc *t Panotr Holidays
accompjmed by Symphonic Chdlr
Kosher
Meals
Included
ALL SOLD OUT
Still accepting some reservations
for the Pre-Possower and P-ssover
Holidays. Spring and Sumircr rctes
are in effect as of April 9.
God Bless AH My Paf-c-s.
THE OMIT [---l hot 11 OFIdATCO IT AM SIMM
HOT CONKECTID WITH AdY MtVIOUS MOTH
Chant Uunffs and Mais Jl" TV and Radid Id
Each doom Fred Stll-Parimt tc ( Htttl
Witner Rdaits Mdits Canes Enttrtainmtn!
Ni|MI, Many Other ItalM'tt
Mall LaM < Sahkatk Slncl.y JSadWdd ie.!...
Sioicii Daily, Fall list Maik|iaik Oa friBiwt.
Salt t Saiar Frw Dim Eitra thardt Far Sna
thou dtoti. KahK Paniudt 5'i ia'
CENTRALLY HEATED & A|R CONO. ilnd. Cont 1 PRIVATE BEACH t POOL
Fc Infcmaton
Call ABE CEFTER
JE 4-2141
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Harfenist iwsMeat & Fish Restaurant
1381 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
The Harfenist Family Invites You to En|c/
OUR MOST DELICIOUS FOOD! TRY US ONCE
AND YOU WILL COME BACK AGAIN & AGAIN.
StftVINC DAILY: Breakfast lunch and Dimnert Jl 1-2055
TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
NOW OPEN Serving Daily from 5 PM.
2729 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONES JEfferson 8-6109 JE 1-6651
CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT
AUTHfNTK fRINCH CUISINf
EEST APFRITIF IN TOWN GOOD SELECT,ON IVPC?"r3 W'NE
OPEN 5 30 to 10 PM Cloa.d Friday (AmpL Parkmg la Ra-
128 NE. 17th STREET Tel. FR 4-8825
behalf of (he
ish Appeal
Chairman of the Premiere wu
KM Fay Ai.lin Robbing, Assisting
wen Mesdamea A. l. Ciiukman
Samuel llalpenn. Samuel Klein
Jack Levkoff, and Alex Manson
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Friday, February 10, 1961
1
Ztjar 2973,M,arnN,Fla. one month foSS! ..... Li.'
of the Bar cr Bas Mitzvah, date and a"e
home address and te;eohone number" T !' TO
.WS^ CUr,eSy f F'-eCr0SShao9pes )'LI
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Page I3-B
MARC
fsreuf
SEYMOUR
Mi-n Lea Forer
Minna Lea I r will b< Ba
u ih during
I IT 8 p ....
1 i Normal
Mil : : Mr. arirl
Forer. of 2121

of )i is
in 1911
fou
I vid.
Mil :..-.,; ml
BhenandoahJu ...
ramatii >!

Rabe- Maiiel
Temple Zii : be the site of the
Bar Mitzvah i R .bert, son ot -Mi-
an.I Mr? Ma< k! Maizel. on Sat-
urday morning, Feb. 11, with Rabbi
Aiin-i Waxn .. dating.
Robert is in the seventh grade at
West Miami lunior High School.
His parents will host the Kiddush
in his honor following services.
*
Jeffrey Kaslofsky
Rabbi Ber.-ur' Shoter will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey.
" Ml M Joseph Kaslof-
**y- nuni sen ices on Saturdav
: LI. at Fla ler-Gra
' w itj l nter.
h' a le at
. gh and
P,a3 : nd.
A ,
n n
stain
Seymour Rcsen
Sen

Da vid. t
''' Satu' Mor
ris Skop willo
S('.'' m '::' ha ., student in
the Hebrew schools for
iwo > wil enter the con
firmal He is in the
eighth gi Ponce de Leon
Junior Hi
His pan Ms will host the Kiddush
following sen

Marc Fine
Marc, Mf. and Mrs. Jack
Fine, will be Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday. Fob ll. at Temple Zion.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate.
Marc is an eighth grade student
at West Miami Junior High and a
member of the school band and Bov
S< outs.
Mr and Mrs Fine will host the
Kiddush in his honor.
Eselle Sir
B is Mitzvah at the Saturday morn-
ice of Temj le Emanu-El
on Feb. 11 Dr. Irving Lehrman.
spiritual leadi of the congregation,
' ate.
Estelle is o i ighth grad stu-
' < lau I Mr and Mrs. dent at Ma M. Fisher Junior High
' ":" 's;- v' celebrate her an l< e nanu E re-
RCEfftT
il. She is a member
of the Ida M Fishi r on hestra
ture Teachers ,>t America i
i libi arii i
A rcce]

Gov. Bryant Will be Guest Speaker At
Outstanding Cifeens' Brealifasi Friday
p
i
R .
ill
ii, are
'" "illt* for I980v | 5 '
mnu
standing c tizei I m i n Ft
day, 8 a.m.. at the McAllisti i hotel.
Sanford M. Swerdlin is chairm
the breakfast n i eting
Judges include George Beebe,
managing editor. Miami Herald;
Ralph Renick, vice president and
news director. WTVJ; and Fred K
Shochet, editor and publisher. The
Jew ish Florl iian.
M. !. ; presi lent of thi
Da e Feder mgs i nd I
\--- will m: ce the presentati i -
. in cl
. ns
HOLLYWOODShimon Wince!-
berg, author of Kataki." was the
only guest at a recent Jewish wed-
ding who wore a yarmelkah the
enure evening. Wincelberg serv-
ed in combat intelligence In Okin-
awa during World War II. After
the hostilities, he conducted the
{ir-t Yom Kippur services ever
! I I it the Imperial Japam se Mil-
itary Academ; in Tokyo.
fcGogi i Robert
pifkirul the b u rister i
ri the
. !. John one >f Jewrj'- fairest
jfen
I
I i
i -... ild Sh< I. Tl
fcothei ent
)e same cau
sraeli i Kin-
let, :-
|nim< nt. linarily, no pro
I .- StS c 0
ii sso : Israel
a.- ii (Uui d Ii e Gogi
Grant wasn't willing to by-pass.
Bless her!
Congratulations to Arthur
Freed, veteran producer and song
writer, who has been named pro-
ducer of the 33rd annual Acad-
emy Award- presentation Apr. 17.
Arthur and hi- wife. Renne. have
one daughter. Barbara Saltzman.
and two grandchildren. They live
in Bel Air, and are members of
Wilshire Temple. Freed was born
in Charleston, S.C. He was Bar
Mitzvah in Seattle, Wash. His dad
ii d a fui re store in Van-
couver, B.t
Michael I an Ion raisi mon \v for
the S al Home for
. Dei vet H
all hi fan mail
g Tv fai
membi ip fee of SI to th
: As a n
suit. .c I two plaques
from ': H lich laud-
ed him : the ideal that
the cause of the child is the cause
of hi inanity.
Nominees are James N. Mc-
Arthur, Paul H. Marks, J. Mark
Stanley, jr., Dr. and Mrs. H.
Franklin Williams, Neil D. Coetes,
Simon E. Rubin, Thomas J. Kelly,
William A. Graham, William D.
Pawley, Irving Schafxman, Wal-
ter B. Lebowitz, Dr. C. Roy
Angell, Marcus O. Sarokin, Wil-
liam C. Martin, Wendell N. Rolla-
son, Louis B. Hoberman.
And Mesdames James A. Morgan,
Charles E. Enterline. Era Mae
Furr. Eloise Perry. H. Benjamin
Gillentine. Vivian Hoffman. T. T.
Stevens and Miss Flora E. O'Brien.
One outstanding man and one
BB Council Plans
Social Evening
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges will present a social
evening Fob 26 at the Americana
hotel.
All members who joined Bnai
B'rith during the recently-conclud-
ed member-hip drive will be initi-
ated by a degree team from North
Shore Lodge. The class will be
called "Arnold Ellison Class'- in
honor of Arnold D. Ellison, district
membership and activities direc-
tor.
District president elect Judge
Milton A. Friedman will welcome
the new members on behalf of Dis-
trict 5. and state past president
George Talianoff will charge the
class. Council president Jack Fink
" II art as m, tei ceremon
In to the r Mi-
ami lodgi also will
be lodges fi '.-ii Ft. Lauderdale and
Hollywood.
Lunch and Dinner Served Daily
(ANDLFUCHT INN
In The Heart ot Coconut Grove
Banquet Facilities Cocktail Lounge
Hen-y Le:tson. Mor.
Maxim**
9neomparaMe
Trench Cuisine
9516 HARDING AVE.
Miami beach un6 1654
AT THE PIANO BAR
DAVID LEROUX
II here >U>J m Ltrmru
is a truHiti
Dining
tradition
CMJi NENTAL
CA 6-1744
OUTSTANDING
of MIAMI
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W:A 53. FLORIDA
W CATERING
men
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Ictti s of
NOW
oral ^jablcs
OPEN
'FINEST in ITALIAN CUISINE"
To the Most Intimate and Warm Atmosphere
OF BEAUTIFUL ITALY
"OPEN FROM 5 P.M. TILL MIDNIGHT"
PONCE de LEON HI 4-2755
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ATTENTION STEAK LOVERS!
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Is the BEST.' *"
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Your favorite chef for so many y??rs in Miami
is now serving at a new location.
-----CHARCOAL BROILED-----
Prime Ssriosn Filet Mignon
FriiTse R?b of Beef
BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHES from 85c
809 STEAK HOUSE
and COCKTAIL LOUNGE
809 ? W 8th ST. (Or \he Trail)
Complete' ^d C -> Park -
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>j-h/<# Thrkii
Friday. February 10. 1961
I
TANYA, I KNOW YOU ARE GOING TO BE A WONDERfUL
BALABOOSTA, BUT COULDN'T SOME Of THIS WAIT?"
Dr. Heller, May
To Speak Here
Dr. James G Heller, American
Zionist leader, and Mortimer May.
past president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, will be
guest speakers at a meeting of the
North Shore ZOA on Monday eve-
ning at Temple Ner Tamid
Louis Rudnick. of the Miami-
Gables District, and chairman of
the ZOA Presidents Council, said
that all Greater Miami ZOA mem-
bers are invited to attend.
Dr. Heller was formerly national
chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, chairman of the I'nited Pal-
i-tine Appeal, and a vice president
of the ZOA. Rabbi for 32 years of
Isaac M. Wise Temple of Cinemat-
ti. he has also served as president
of the Central Conference of Amor
lean Rabbis, and is a member ot
the executive board of the Union
of American Hebrew Congre.a
tions. .
May is a noted scholar, lecturer
and world traveler, who has been
actjve in American and Jewish af-
fairs for more than 25 years. In
addition to his past presidency of
the ZOA. he is a past president of
the Southeast region, and has been
a delegate to the la*t three World
Zionist Congresses. He recently
returned from a tour of Russia, and
also completed his 12th visit to Is-
rael.
Musical program Monday will
include Israeli soprano Camellia
Kerner. Nathan Rattner is pro-
gram chairman.
Brotherhood Fete
!rche'es Citations
To 3 Florid.ens
N .

-
: -r their
: j better .
.'
i
. i SI D
Florida State Supreme
tsee.
The awards comrrittee noted
that those to be fcono-ed ha\i
given strong support to educa-
tional and community welfare
projects designed to serve the
needs of ail citizens without dis-
crimination.
Awards, in the form of silver
medallion- and engrossed scrolls,
will be pre-e:r.ed during the din-
ner progran: a: the Fontair.ebieau
noted ballrojm. Makir.g the pre-
sentations will be Dr. C Doren
Tharp, vice president of the Uni-
versity of Miami. Joan jerbin. and
, Leo A. Furlong, Jr. co-chair:r.an
of the Florida N'CCJ.
Working with RenuK on :e din-
ner committee Ls Ernest Ja.".-
serves as chairman of the steering
committee Some 200 citizens o:
Greater Miami have enlisted in the
committee to prjmote the annual
feature of Brotherhood Week
Auspicious kick-o:: of the CIA Loan Company Division drive
tape's place at the home of chairman Howell Kase. Shown a:-
e-v::-.a -ssu-rr.erfs r.:te: announcing their own pledges to CIA
zr'e let: :;> right Herbert S. Gruber, Bernard Stalmake:. CO
chairman Leonard Treister Kase, Hy Ritas, and Earl Ritas.
Kennel Racers To Compete Here
Off. JAMES HELLER
Guest Speaker at lion
Mrs. Jack Israel, of the national
executive of the Torah Fund Com-
mittee of Women's League of the
Jewish Theological ry of
America, will be guest speaker at
Temple Zion Sisterhood me
W< (lnesday, in honor of Jewish
National Home for LSitic Child
choir will entertain
JNF Holds
Broad Memorial
Several hundred person- ill
ed a Jewish National Fund memor-
ial meeting recently at the Fon-
ainebleau hotel.
The meeting was in memory of
the late Daniel M. Broad, honorary
president of the organization, who
died last December.
Program included Dr Irving
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu El.
chairman of the JNF Foundation;
Al Sherman, president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District; and Rabbi
Alexander Gross, principal of the
Hebrew Academy.
Zev Kogan. director of the Great
er Miami JNF Council, unveiled a
picture of Broad, which will hang
in the Council's oiixe- here Mrs
Gershon Miller memorial
pre rotation. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz, president, conducted the
meeting.
At a >hort business session pre-
ceding the ire -.:.- v I jb Da
.'NT
i taj i'-
Noted Cantor
At Cromwell
Internationally-renowned Cantor
Jacob Kmigsberg will ofticiu' a:
i'aoover Seder services oi the
Cromwell hotel m April.
A sympl ir of eight voice-
conducted by Joseph Schreibman.
will a^ist Cantor Konig^berg dur-
ing the holidays, as well a- at the
morning end evening servi -
The Cromwell i- on the u.
front at 20th st Miami Beach Abe
Gefter. of the Cromwell, ha- a
nounced that reservations for Pass-
over services are all sold jut
with a gift from Israel for her "out-
standing achievement" during the
recent Tag Day drive here.
Mrs. Da\:s cited the ooper..
of Tag Day co chairmen Miss Han
nah Fink. Mrs. Rom-
Mr- Wolfe Shklair
tsioo ij tie K< -
rtel Cl ib F Internal
first World
Greyhound Championship is ini
- a- the 'he North
Dade dag track 34::i meeting.
Challengers u least four
count: .- U v.)mpete against
North American a'.'. <:ar field heal-
ed by the winner of 'he 18th All-
la Championship The state
title race is siated for Apr. 29.
Overseas bidders for the world
Crown May 20 alr'ud;. have been
signed 'in Australia. Italy. Eng
ar-J Ireland. One speedster from
Rome .- the rrent European
champion Announcement abroad of
the classic a "world first" in inter-
national greyhojnd comp I :jn. is
ixp -. ; i ".. -..-.- ; ireign compe-
titi :
The 1961 AU Florida classic will
climax a Championship Week of
ig top flight long-
tails on the big-time winter r
circuit Biacayne's racing calendar
will include other tradition-tested
features, plus several new special
thrillers
Racing at South Florida's pioneer
dog track will continue nightly, ex-
cept Sundays, through June 2. Pos:
time is 8 p.m.
WEDDING, BAR MITZVA I SOCIAL
announcements for All Occasions
CALL F* 9 7787
jBrose Printers & Stationers]
1843 SW 8th St. Miami 35 Flo.
REFINED, MIDDLEAGED
JEWISH WOMAN
Seeks Position as Companion to
Same or Elderly Gentleman.
Call Mrs. Sector. JE 4-4438
UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR
38, seeks, nice attractive girl far suit-
able marriage. Replies vtitti photo to
Prof. M. Box 2973. Miami 1, Fla.
TICKETS
TOURS
CRUISES
HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY
PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS
"We Can Be of Serv :e to You on Your Next Ho -i- Hunt"
5830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami MO 6-2516
"FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE BEST
Miracle Massage Salon
"STREAMLINE YOUR FIGURE
SPECIALIZING IN BODY MASSAGING
We Use a Special "Spot Reducer"
Monday through Friday 10 A.M. ro 6 P.M.
Saturday, 1 1 A.M. to 5 P.M.
2373 CORAL WAY HI 4-1186
By popular demand ... a new
DAVID S. ANDRON Resort
Just 50 Miies from the City
androns HOLLYWOOD hotel
WEST END, N. J.
Opening for PASS0VIR HOLIDAYS 1961
March 31st to April 8th
airing Services Superb Cuisine Exce tnt
Entertainment all in the famed ANDRON tradition
D'ETARV LAV*S STRICTLY OBSERVED
S3?.: WoOkende. Conventions. etc. fJr April, va>. J .
Sto*'
-3 A Air Conditioned
OPEN ALL VE*R
fOR RESERVATIONS CONTACT N. Y. OfflCE
Phone: SU 7-3597
Write: 465 West End Ave., N. Y. 24
Sores and Brochure on Request
BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS
Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs
BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS
III-VOI/I HAITI KY INC,
SALES & SERVICE at Homo or On the Road
1350 N W. 7h Avenue FR 9-34S1
834S S. Dixie Highway MO 1 5357
Opening Thursday, Feb. 9. a:
the new Variety Theatre was
to be a new Yiddish musical
comedy with a new all-star
cast headed by Paul Burstein
(above) and Lillian Lux. Also
aDpeanng are Anne Lubin
Pmeus Levanaa. and Jacob i
labobs in a comedy titled
"Let's Get Married." On the
same program is a Jewish
film.
THE McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN McCUNE, M.A.I.
MARION C McCUNE, M.A.l.
151 N.E. THIRD STREET
. MIAMI
Established lM

FURNISHERS & INSTALLERS
Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Til*
Rubber Tile

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'EVERY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED -Phone for free tstimatas
2445 N.W. 76rh STREET
OX 1-4431


Friday, February 10. 1961
vjmist fhrktiam
Page 15-B
Food Fair Plans
Ultra Modern Site
South Beach
irclri Frieriland. division man-
r fi wthcrn Division of Food
5:r-es. has announced plans
a new ultra-modern supermar-
00 Miami Beach a! the
esf corner of 10th St. and
It or. rd.
0
\r. -ussing the plans. Fried-
pd said that "the intensive re-
I'elcpment plans lor the South
f... h area and the increasing con-
pitration on the west side of ultra-
Idem, multi-storied apartment
Rises have created a need for a
ipermarket to match the area's
K ting new concept We are
lanning such a store.*
"As in the past 11 years, we
Strive always to give the service
'hat i- needed, where it is needed
And. as Miami Beach continues its
vigorous growth, we hope to grow
with it and provide the ultimate in
shopping services, the convenience
..nd value that is the basic aim of
;.il Food Fair operations."
The new supermarket will have
20,000 sq. ft. of floor space, and
parking for ISO cars will be pro-
vided. It will be staffed by ap-
proximately 100 employees.
Structurally, hot':', inside and nut
the market will incorporate in its
plans the newest, most modern ma-
terials, features and developments
in store design. "Dramatic use of
color, natural and artificial light-
ing. ar.t .:.:.. va'ions in layout will
be coordinated to create a store oi
unusual eye-appeal and beauty and
to prov... the maximum in shop-
ping east.' Friedland declared.
"The r.i market v
^reafe.'" -. ety and
to UMT ci '.- imi cci ie;
.-,"jalit> : 1">DA ;: ~pected and
graded :. esh produce. .,
.. lairj goods and Fi
foods^.u:,.: a wide .-election of fresh-
caught sea food.
Food Fair plans to start con-
stroctior, of the new supermarket
wtDnri six ( eight '-seeks, and store
opening is planned for within five
months.
brother; foui sisters wr.d six gnrnd-
illdren Service* w< Fel 5 at Riv-
slde Memorial Chapel, Dought* rd.
LEGAL NOTICE
MRS. HELVNE A SHELDON
S7, ve.. died !'.
She i ami New
fork. But ni Ben
a eon i Bernlci
two hrol
Rivet
Isli
E KLEBER
.. : i I
-!,.'!>
and i" i m< i
ton I nt of the
Miami
i Mil
Ma tx i .- w I f i
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Aiii'..
and four fi .- i i< wet
n Puneial Hinn<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l.- HBRKFty tllVKN
(hi in.in i 'signed, 1 i ng tci engan
1 -II.. lii" il ioUS M.Ill
Ci >RA V RINOS al Rii hnrd"s l > .
in -- \! .imi. Florida Intel
with 11 i 'Ihi l
lit Court of I i:uli- '
1. v ifi >ND HARRIS
HARRY WILLIAM K< T'
.
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leant*
Si
2 lo-17-i'i
that
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.
DAV DA KLEINMAN
18, da Hi \lrn H
K nmi ii, ol I SW !>Mh st died
Peb. rieni .-In n ..
mi mix r of thi I -i... lit' i nter youth
group at ti ': ii SI i i. ndoah Junloi
lliuh l:. suii- hei parents, -In- leaves
a -i>:. i .'. ni and .. _: andmothi r
Servii I reb 3 at Gordon Funer-
1 al Homi
MEYER BEIBIN
;:.. ..f KOi Washington ave., died Jan
81. He eami hen ieven year* ago
from Sew York Surviving are .* n,
Harold, and ;-. daughter Services were
Peb .' al Rlveraldi Memorial Chapel.
Washinuti n n\
MRS MAY FELSHMAN
',:. of Met Ii ai avi dli 'i Jan
-!,.,.... rom N< v
yortc City. Surviving an her husband,
i.i i -. ., da Mi G\ el} n Strelff; ,
two brut Ing 1 ..-!: Plotki .
lert v Feb I
iil:.:.. Mi I CI i Wash-

in the county judges col't
in and for dade countv
Florida, in probate
No 51684.C
IN RE Em
Zi:i i. \ WINES ilCRNS
I'.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'M hum nnil All I'trn ill
i.'- I' .. i i : I mands Agalnt-i iid
Estati :
Vo i are h< i eb> not Ifled and i .| I ed
to present an> claims and demands:
which you maj havi aga nsl the
of ZKI.I.A VUNES M'RNH dee. :
lati b\ Dad< i 'ount>, I- lorlda, ti
i "i mntj Judgi of I lade 'ount)
file the sain.- .ii their offices In he
Count) Courthouse In Rade County,
Florida, within eight calendai mi ht
frmii the date of the first publii on
hereof, "i tin -am. will In liaiTed
SAM I SILVER,
Administrator
I'.'illut. Silver, Pallot, Stern & Mintz
Attorne> -
117 i: -i... to M illding
Miami, !'
While Mrs. Ira E. Mogul, 5901 SW 63rd ct., a Heart Sundcy
coordinator, and Dr. Jean Jones Perdue, president oi the Greater
Miami Heart Assn., look en, Micm: Mayor Robert Kina High
lights the giant Hecrt-cr.c-Torch. insignia of the month-long
February observance of National Heart Month.. Heart Sunday,
Feb. 26," climaxes the observance. Heart-and-Torch may be
seer, through February al Biscayne blvd. ana NE 5th st. Mrs.
Mogul will hold a special heart program for volunteer workers
at Temple Beth Am on Feb. 16. ___________________
Temple Groups fo Meet SpOT'sG D.rC'rQr
v
rill meet
p.m.. al 1 < I
A
m Th.- orgi nizati
is ct mpleting p.. ce on
Feb, 19.
VRS. MOLLY GOLDMAN
':
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\ Y V. are threi
Cohen, Mrs
Vetta -
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.
Riverside M
MRS BELLE LIEEROFF
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Mi. :'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN
the mi lersl ned desiring, to ei
ii -.- undei tli. fictitious na I
KVNRISE Sl'XDRIES at I..... -
-.-.I Mian Intend) to r.-- -
..in. a ni, thi i "let k ol thi
'in t .-f I iade i 'ount .. hlorida.
I KAS KYRIAKi >H
i in i-
i .--.. ROTH
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Foe p3c;e 8-B %  fJenisfi Meridian Friday, February 10, j~r• n \ Li kin, of 256 Shore ights. M and is a gradual Her sorori > is Tan l Hei • ml roidered She Neil • K Miller wer Barbaia %  in a i sen Mrs v.. EAYE JEWEL OF AN AFFAIR Jewel Luncheon on Fri lay. Feb 17, i< be i : liven by thi sion of the Combine • appeal Th function takes its i ii ... gi i to be git en IN n throug i I mi Diamond Center Sn i everywhere at they'l ,i your c i mnisl s to see many 1 i. Evei i lotel when %  gets g '.n^ V.CAA.N OF THE WEEK Faye AMin looks as if she ha: usl ill ft j-he wears simple, well-tailon I desij I by H 'n Ros i -• Sue favors black an l brides! :::; h •: i iss features. %  • Mr II M %  \ i'awut. : 200 glamorous air be it raj s gbore r Mi n Bea h, and M '—five times over She deowns a trailer park He is a gradnies that she is a dedicated clubwomen—but uate ol the University ol Miami ceri is been dedicated to the Jewish and belongs to Alpha £psilon Pi. ..... ... ,. ,..„. He '• is rvi %  bj Gerald ralick. Home I .r the Aged and the combined Jewish ^ j^^ Rubin Appeal For many years. Faye was chairDaim Gordo „ MiUard Stein and man of Pacesetters of CJA, during the last Warren Thomas, jr ushers campaign took a philanthropic Sabbatical— and now here she was back as chairman of the Premiere Luncheon held las; Tuesday The Premiei the CJA Women,Division function ot the j i Faye has traveled quite a bit. hiving been arour.l the world many times, and o: course, in Israel > She began traveling at the age of three, when she came to the U.S. from England, where she was born At present. Faye's ing at the Eden Roc hotel, trying to decide whether to make it a p< nanenf waj of lite or to return to that large h Faye reada lot of good fiction She al->> plays a lot of golf. Now •hen. she outshoots bersell and breaks 90 BfiS MITZVAH LAST WEEK BAR MITZVAH THIS WEEK Leon and Dotty Kaplan were very -mar They had the tent put up ral days in advance ol ton Stanley's Bar Mitzvah reception at their hi i If u rained the ground wouldn't get wet, they said It did—and In't. itty, in a printed -ilk with pink shoes, and Leon in his new figure d beaming at the fro;;: : Everybody was there—it was like Old 1 ie Week. Elry Stone and Ettie, Irving and Eleanor (Pete) Hirsch, Newton Levinsons, Sam and Bee Blank. Sam and Shirley Heiman, the A Budd Cutlerwere all watching Stanley Myers, the center of iction until daughter Judy came over and took her son, Bobby, out arms it innie Escol In green velvet and gold lame, with Mickey by her was bus) talking Charlotte Simon in a blue and green print came e -iiuc husband George was in St. Petersburg making a speech Tohn and Helen Temple, the Oscar Sindells, the Bill Singers, the Paul Is, Carl and Martha Susskind, and two unidentified children In red her-and-sister outfits all drifting around talking, eating and drinking. and Clairi Rosichan just about in and oat— he had to rush off leeting natura SCMB PARTY Even the hostess tl >ir dinner party was extra special. ard and '. se \ n K r ill m •: I SKI ni thenfriendin the rial room of the Eden R Mi si I Mi G rt Heiman, of let! Bay Park '..! Harold Grants, from South Orange, to tow n jusl tor th %  ffai \ ter i in er eve yr> dj I need Then the doors to the 1 .i Lisa room were opened, ai I Fitzgerald did the entertaining ii' i then on. Everyone loved her, and some of the husbands were glad ti I-1 their weary feel I SCAETIMESTHEY co Sweefheorf Dance Slated Dave 'irnl Klmor Cat-man took Ellen and Julie and went to Sebruu he weekend The) stayed at Harder Hall and golfed. Of course ]{: '"' H P 1 chapter of Jewish Elinor feels that -he has a very unusual busMusic Month The Temple Zinn the has, because he played golf ren al I)t nvt ''" will hold a Sweet with her. and seemed to be en.i lying it. Sciiddy, Clein Betrothal Told Mr and Mrs. Hilliard Clein. of 7780 SW 19th St.. annouiM gagement of their daughter, inc. to Harvey Scuddy. He it. grandson of Mr and Mrs Natha" Levin, of Atlantic City. \ | A late fall wed. ing is plan | Smith, Nadler Plan August Rites Mr and MrLouis c 102nd St., Bay Harbor Inounce thi lau 'hter. Leslj ..: s nith I ild Norman Sadler, son II. \ L. Nadlei the lat< 1920 sw I8fli Mis S i| Miami and u [ ,\ Epsilon Phi social Mr N Is University ol Mian.: .-. ith accounting He is a mi Seta Beta Tt t at< An AM ust V \\ 11 • MRS. ROBERT YAWITT Lace Gown For Mrs. Nathans The Saxony hotel provided the setting for the w and reception ol Madeline Lee Mi ndler and Howard Arnold Nathanon Sunday. Feb. 5. Rabbi Leon Kroni-h offici ated at the l p.m ceremony. Daughter of Mr and lira. Ben Rubin. 220 SW 51 pi., the bride wore %  lace ballerina-length gown with long sleeves and boat neckline outlined in seed pearlShe came I while roses and orchids. Mrs. Anita Sherman served the BOW Mrs. Nathanamatron of honor, and Mi.-Diane Berk. Mrs. Eileen Hirsch. MrYetna Lynn, and .Mrs Ellen Mandler were bridesmaids, Both Mr and Mrs Nathans attended Miami Senior High School, and he graduated from the University of Miami with a degree In mathematics in January. Best man for the groom was Her bert Hirsch. Sieve Brill. Mike (>man. Marvin Adelman an I Allen Savitz -erve as ushers. Hiparent.are Mr. and MrSam Nathans, of 1371 sw 21st ter.. .Miami After a honeymoon trip to Nassau, the young couple will live in •-out hern California. FUR RE-STYLING m CUt TRADITION Of rmisi wowKMANsmr WE CAN CONVERT YOUB OUTMO0ED FURS TO THE SMART FASHIONS OF TOMORROW From $39 &4ntartin FLORIDA FURS & CLINIC BM Coral Way HI 4-0544 MIAMI 1117 Us Ola. Blvd. JA 4-7697 FT LAUDIRDAU m ToGUST BROS Rvi iX is thv itt.sr' rl W.Tii.r K.ilir MRS. HOWARD NATHANS the David Hochbergs with their children, i and Miles, were there, too All four of thi children went riding and boating, a typical naive Florid ion. heart Dance on Feb. 18 at Coral GableLo ge, 4i Valencia ave In charge of reservations are MesdameIna Zipper and Annette Zig 'ky JOE MASTERS MASTERS Phone MO 7-8979 5773 SW 8th Street Miami, Fla A SPECIAL OCCASION NO WONDER Mrs. Eugene Wolff, of the Beach Tower hotel, had a birthday Her daughter. Mrs. William Brooks, fleu m from California Hei >n, Henry, and hiwife, Zelina.. didn't have to fly in at all; tiny live here They hurried down to the Eontainebleau hotel to join the binhday celebration and saw the Japanese extravaganza too MrWolff had just seen the same kind of show in Panat the DeLido. and she LLINUR thought that this was oru ol the best. ChaU < up for our town. Richard and Aclele Rubin were enjoying a leisurely dinner the other ing at Red Coach drill Adele looked smart in a era) knit with \ aped neckline Their three children ate dinner at h>me IF THE SHOE FITS Busy and talented people like the thre M-. Martha (Mrs Stanley) Myers, Anna Brenner (Mrs. Benjamin" Meyers, and Polly (Mrs. Baron < Ii ach) Meyer always return a telephone call. WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7 50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS FR 42710 FR 48783 1789 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1-2511 FR 39275 1698 SW Flagler Terrace advent* lire in i h e ari* "ffOR ALL AGES • SCULPTURE DRAWING CERAMICS PAINTING m WELCOME INQUIRIES Ph. M •'' • Special classes tor teen ogen and yeung folk* every Saturday. • New tormina, clones in ceramic*. 2300 biscayn* bouUvard, miami, florida, Hanklin 4-47BI Cohen, Epstein Exchange Vows The former Misi Pr in< stein and Stephen R Coh< %  narried Sundaj. Feb. 5. at 11 Tifereth Jacob n Hiali in Leo lleim officiating I he bride ithe daugh i Mrs Stanley Barry, ol 371 h •' I i i..M .' She is .i gi i I Hialeah High School, uh. .1%  member of the : %  in president <>i the I tic Club. The groom is *he .-on ol N Mrs Jacol B I ohea, .">::Pa dr Miami Spnn He i.. atC Ol Hialeah liiLih Schi al i is now attending the Univers Miami, majoring in engineei Thcouple will reside at neola dr., Miami Spring* I >



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Friday. February 10, 1961 fJen tsf fkrkttari Pace 11-A Dr. Fineberg Will DiscuSs Eichmann AJC Luncheon %  Rlnl Fmeberp. commarelflpn; consultant of the rican Jewish Committee, will ress a luncheon mee:ing of the Miami charter of American .lewI Commit %  n. Mnn.;.iy at the Bont Pla.;. hotel, fis hjei! i> "What the EichJan Case Mr,.: •,. Y.m." Sponsored : • he Greater Miami rbopter, ih %  program* f.>r .loui^h community leaders jpoti..'i:inp major areas of inlernation.: national and local interest ar concern. Mrs. B B Gojdsteims program chairman. Or. Wnebfrg recently visited ltr—\, where he discussed the Eichmann case with many Israeli official*, among tnem David Lander, Hractor of Israels Public Information Office. As a result 0# facts obtained there, Dr. Fine*oni if now on a national speaking tour to answer questions such M, "Why is Israel Trying Eich. mono?" "Can the Trial be Con•tootod Fairly" -What Can the rial Hope to Accomplish?" "3Mh*t international and Local Koawoowosions Can be Expected fooa.ffca -Testimony?" Dr. Fineberc a pioneer and leading aathoritY H; intcrgroup relations, has lectured in over 250 cili8 during hi> 21 years of service ; on the American Jewish Commitlee staff. In charge of information for the Monday .luncheon is Seymour Samet, director of Greater Miami chapter, 1210 Congre.-s bldg.. Mianji. Ask B-G to Form New Government Comtor Brummer featured A new release b\ the Record Club of America features Cantor PbUip H. Brummer. (if Coral Cables, with other carefuly chosen voices of today in the sphere ol concert and -acred music, entitled "rejrt Cantorof the Present." DR. S. ANDHIL HNEBERG Miami Teen-Ager Attends Confab Sheila Sandier of 2323 SW 20th It., attended the annual mid-year meeting of the international executive committee of the B'nai Bnth Youth Organization in Washington., DC las: weekend. Sheila, a 17-year-old senior at Miami Senior High School, and a member oi Debs BBG. serves as president of District 5 B'nai B'ritb Girls, which includes most of the Southeastern United^States. B'nai B'rith Girls is the teen-age division of the Bnai B'rith Youth Organization. Some 40 top teen-age leaders of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization took part ir. the three-day meeting to hear progress reports on the activities of the various committees and projects on which the organization's nearly 40.000 members' are working. Continued from Pace 1-A Party move to force Pinhas Lavon's resignation as secretary general oi the Uistadrut, the Israel Federation of Labor, and the repetition by Mr" Ben-Gurion in his letter of resignation of the criticisms he had previously voiced of his colleague's position in the Lav on affair. The National Religious Party, another member of the outgoing coalition, was said to be reluctant to enter a new coalition unless it included the moderate Progressive Party. The Genera! Zionist Party, which was in the opposition, was describedas opposed to entering a new government and firm in its demand that new elections be held. Mr. Ben-Gurion also faced towering obstacles in the ranks of his own party. Foreign Minister Go!da Meir and Minister of Commerce and Industry Pinhas Sapir indicated that they would not enter a new Ben-Gurion government. Mrs. Meir officially went on two weeks' leave Tuesday but was likely to prolong her absence until after the formation of a new government. Both she and Mr. Sapir were under strong pressure from Mapai elements to agree to serve in a new cabinet. Mr. Ben-Gurion appeared to be lacing great difficulties from a grouping of labor veterans and the farm bloc within the Mapai Party. They were impressed by the fact that in the showdown between BenGurion and Lavon in the Mapai Central Committee last weekend, some 40 percent of the committee supported Lavon They were described Tuesday as taking the position that if heads were to roll. Lavons would not roll alone One of the demands this bloc was said to be pressing was for the abolition of the post of Deputy Defense Minister, now held by Shimon Peres %  ". vas Lavon's chief adversary m ihc-ttttor ficht over culpability for the 1954 security mishap when Lavon was Minister of Defense and Peres, director-general of the Ministry. The bloc also sough) the removal of Yosei Almogi. the secretary, general 01 the party, on the '.ha; his :• to show suf£i< it flexil permitted the Lavon ..-;.i( t; develop into an open, gle Th veterans-farmers bloc held thai ismissal of these two men. both trusted lieutenants of Ben-Gurion, would, to a certain extent ffsel the effect created in the public mind by Ben-Gurion's attitu wards Lavon. even • ould certainly receive :.<-" ,. more important • Researchers Get League Grants Five researchers in Israel an among the ~i recipients of Fight for Sight eye research awards, which hav( een approved for 1960-1961 by the organizationscientific advisory committee, according to an announcement by Rhoda M Levine, president of the Fight for Sight League of Greater Miami. 420 Lincoln rd. The awards are presented annually to medical colleges, hospitals and research centers throughout Ihe nation and in various parts ol the world by the National Council to Combat Blindness. Among recipients o l current grants and fellowships are institutiona in IT slates and six foreign i countries. including Argentina, Canada, England. Hungary and Japan, in addition to Israel A special award has been granted for the continuation of assist; ance to a mobile trachoma clinic, initially established through a Fight for Sight gran; at Hadassah\ Hebrew University Medical School. Jerusalem. A research grant has also been awarded to Dr. Gilbort Baum, Ye-' shiva University. Albert Einstein i Medical College, to support his developmem of an electronic device [ to detect, through sound waves, benign and malignant tumors ol the eye The awards total $24,320. LZJ WANTED Experienced person interested in Establishing a Country Resort in Florida Have 40 ceres, cauntry site an the Imperial River, 1 mile from tenter • f town of Bonitu Springs, I 1 : hrs. from Miami. Contact owner J. SKIOVV 2521 SW 25 St. Miami, Fla. Phone HI 3-3181 tot BITTER HEALTH VISIT THE MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Physical Theropy • Body Conditioning Gir.trc; Diagnasis and X-Roy Cclonic Irrigations Cobrnets and Massage Ultra Sonic Therapy 7235 Biscayne Blvd. HNM PI 7-7234 THE WEEK... BI SEE II Continued from Page 4-A and Israel .lfieally are involved in \ deliberations relating to thi uf.derriev clop, c ...-•. Of the wor ?-.,,;:> price that will perforce be I lor the An.t ,Vu ,-h i, ity — not ... %  Joss of his (ihut whenever an appa_rer( :.'h.: ,t ;: %  :•. : ( t seems to en • < For Amcrtcnn Jewry, the mi ing of the departure of this i quent leader was almost imn ately disci hen Mr Klutz-.:...-Jos ph Mi y<. •ed: "1 ..: %  : it under• '.: s tremi i • Ihu .' U I .-; : as th< • .. < r • %  ai sinc( :<.; th, -< feel:: K. • in for Washingl the hand of Dr. I* IUM -.*d\ seated 11 mj %  S As Part Of A Continuing Service To The Community Washington Federal I WINDOW SPECIALISTS SfRV CE .'.£ Rf PKCUC C : Maintenance Inc. 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%  sBssBsslMBBBBBBl [Friday. February 10. 1961 vJewist Ftorodffor? Paqe 7-B i %  in.? : r. !J Do All the world loves a lover, and William Holden ranks as one. Her* the Academy Award winner is pictured with Eurasian eauty Nancy Kwan, who achieves stardom, as Holden's costar, playing the title role in "The World of Suzie Wong," now ;! VJfometco's Miami Theatre. Menasha Skulnik, The '49th Cousin 1 at Grove **| Israeli Music Will Highlight Festival The music of *he land of Israel, is performed by the song and lance group called the Sabras will, receive tflft. billing-' at this %  .car's community-wide Jewish Millie Festival, it was announced this week by Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairnan. The festival will take place on Sunday night, Feb 25, 8:15 p.m., it Temple Israel. Now on its second tour of the United Satethe aroup was orignally Introduced to a cation-wide iiuiience on the Ed Sullivan teleIsion show, and has since perormed in various parts of the %  ountry The Sabras have also oured Sou'h America and France. Sponsored by the Greater Miami rewish Community Center, with the operation of the Cantors Assoeiition, the festival this year will lighlight the music of Israel as tart of a nation-wide observance >f its 13th anniversary. The Sa>ras will present a program of iresent day Israeli music, done to he accompaniment of accordion, land drum, and recorder Cantor David Conviser is serving is program coordinator. SurrtiE IlKKiK Sophie Tucker Will Hostess Party Sophie Tuck< %  mpletii %  %  Deav. :'.'.K*o ^r I preside at the at :.-••I [sra< : linnet n S turdaj night A COCkl : • 7 ; :: I precede the dii JChi lul 8:30 p.m. Miss Tucki r i Tr istee purch of Israel Bondsinc( their in tion ten yearago. will .. cial • 200 du Trusl u active nomi A Tri • e i gor in th Bonds I > to purcha ers ,00 Kin :I Is Beth £/ Sisterhood in 1961 Vlitzvah %  Sisterhood of Congregation Beth a led for t rchas &12 HI will sponsor a luncheon Tues000 in 1-. % %  %  day, 12:30 p.m.. in Dora August keepii Memorial Hall, 500 SW 17th ave. rael's B Open Israeli Singers To Appear Here Farband Labor Zionist and Pioneer Women are jointly presenting a group of international singers, lancers and corned.BBS, Sunday, 8 n.m.. at the new Miami Beach High School Appearing, direct from a tour of Europe, will be the Israeli dancers Judith Sibich. Hershel Gendel and Felix Sibich. and the musical virtuoso. Zigi Binor Mrs. Milton Green. Council president. Pioneer Women. Beryl Morrison, president. Bialik Branch. Irving Sachs, president. Ben-Gurion Branch, and Joseph P Zuckerman, president. Lebediker Branch, urge members to attend the affair. Maaasha k, renowned edian of tie Yiddish stage. trakea bis draniat;j local debut on >day. when .'. %  >pens in the hit u'dy, Th %  i•.-. Cousin."' at 'A en Phillip-' C ;.:-.ut Grove Playh i-e. t'orawg direct from Broadways '-.baaador Ti are. "The 49th i>in v has beet nailed as a reading success acd would still be re if not for a b.wking squeeze ich forced it t> depart to make %  n for "The Tenth Man." Written by F. >ritice Lowe and ; iroline Fraccke, the play takes f:.ice at the turn of the century in ^ : acuae. NY. Skulnik. ever the w begotten comic, is far less the p ,.-t in bis current production, seen i all bis hilarious aspects as a Leberfeld. Jay Gerber. Leo Bloom subscriptions will be entitled to the • :iiinnfing father who. because of land Evelyn Juster. first concert of next season. The hhostility towards their suitors. With the announcement of the Apr. 4 program will be at Miami itor^U to'watch his daughters be-. P'a>' some weeks a^o. Phiilips deEdison Senior High School. ,-,:ne lt ANNA ROMAN Concert Date Postponed The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra concert scheduled for Tuesday has been changed to Apr. 4. All tickets held for the February concert will be honored at the April concert. Persons holding season maid; > r Heft his daughters overcome his opposition and his continuing batt|fff with the rabbi and trustees _i his synagogue make up the hilarious iwbstance of the play.vnMch critics called a most worthy follow-uo to his first Broa>iay hit, "The Fifth Season." Vppearing with Skulnik in the created by Martha Scott on idway, will be his wife, Anna nan. Others from the New York ..t>t are Marnel Sumner. who direc( i tba.play. Moi.,> Ardrey. Alfred dares the biggest advance sales of the theatre since his association with it as producer. Many of the performances are nearing the sellout point, with immediate reservations suggested by calling HI 5-2581. The brilliant Roberto Iglesias j Ballet Espanol continues through Sunday, Feb. 12, following which it will open two days later at the Playhouse Theatre in the British Colonial hotel in Nassau. '*-' TO DAY WASHINGTON AV£. at 13th ST. MIAMI BEACH-JE 1-6202 ONE WEEK ONLY •• The Greatest Revue to Come Oar of Israel DYNAMIC! EXCITING! INCOMPARABLE'. SABRAS DANCE BAREFOOT ON OU8 STAGE WITH Mui'C by IRVNC PIETRACK • Pi.s on Our Screen MIREIE EfROS" fllR'HA MICHEL CSRSTEN ROSENBERG LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN MATfNKS f IVtNINGS 50c } $ l League Schedules Concert Saturday Miami Beach Music and Arts League will present a concert at the Roney Plaza hotel on Saturday evening Feb. 11. Juta Saarne, ballerina, and Jose, Miguel, pinanist will be the featured artists. Before coming to Miami. IfidS Saarne appeared with the wellknown Estonian Ballet and as premier ballerina in several European countries Jose Miguel was a child prodigy, beginning his piano studies at the age of thri i New Yiddish Musical Comedy With a New All-Star Cast PAUL BURSTEIN LILLIAN LUX ANNE IUBIN-PINCUS IEVANDA ontf JACOB JACOBS in "LET'S GET MARRIED" PIUS ON THi SCREEN NEW JEWISH FILM Mat. 50tf Eve. $1.00 Pr,ces change at 5 P.M. Variety Theatre 550 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH JE 4-2062 Nome of yiiiith Stage Shows and Pictures. f TK teni.*rii of .ouod In* MwM Into OJ, GUEST STARS IN TMC %  *• wMoiKnn tToa* — NOW CONTINUOUS — STARTING AT 2:15 P.M DAIIY SHOWS: 215 5:30 -8 45 PM Mats, 'til 5:30—$1.50: Sat. -S-n. Hoi -f 9? Evas from 5:30—$1.99: Sat -Sun -H 3 : $2 50 LINCOLN THEATRE 555 LINCOLN ROAD MALL JE 2-5556 Jtid s.. N JP HTLY AT 8:30 P.M. H i js3^ Wed S at -' S un 2 PM "0~ EVtS. Mon thru Thurs. $3 00. $2 50. $2.25. $1 75— £VES. Fri Sat.. 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Pcge 14-B >J-H/<# Thrkii Friday. February 10. 1961 I TANYA, I KNOW YOU ARE GOING TO BE A WONDERfUL BALABOOSTA, BUT COULDN'T SOME Of THIS WAIT?" Dr. Heller, May To Speak Here Dr. James G Heller, American Zionist leader, and Mortimer May. past president of the Zionist Organization of America, will be guest speakers at a meeting of the North Shore ZOA on Monday evening at Temple Ner Tamid Louis Rudnick. of the MiamiGables District, and chairman of the ZOA Presidents Council, said that all Greater Miami ZOA members are invited to attend. Dr. Heller was formerly national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, chairman of the I'nited Pali-tine Appeal, and a vice president of the ZOA. Rabbi for 32 years of Isaac M. Wise Temple of Cinematti. he has also served as president of the Central Conference of Amor lean Rabbis, and is a member ot the executive board of the Union of American Hebrew Congre.a tions. May is a noted scholar, lecturer and world traveler, who has been actjve in American and Jewish affairs for more than 25 years. In addition to his past presidency of the ZOA. he is a past president of the Southeast region, and has been a delegate to the la*t three World Zionist Congresses. He recently returned from a tour of Russia, and also completed his 12th visit to Israel. Musical program Monday will include Israeli soprano Camellia Kerner. Nathan Rattner is program chairman. Brotherhood Fete !rche'es Citations To 3 Florid.ens N %  : -r their : j better .' i i SI D Florida State Supreme tsee. The awards comrrittee noted that those to be fcono-ed ha\i given strong support to educational and community welfare projects designed to serve the needs of ail citizens without discrimination. Awards, in the form of silver medallionand engrossed scrolls, will be pre-e:r.ed during the dinner progran: a: the Fontair.ebieau noted ballrojm. Makir.g the presentations will be Dr. C Doren Tharp, vice president of the University of Miami. Joan jerbin. and Leo A. Furlong, Jr. co-chair:r.an of the Florida N'CCJ. Working with RenuK on :e dinner committee Ls Ernest Ja.".serves as chairman of the steering committee Some 200 citizens o: Greater Miami have enlisted in the committee to prjmote the annual feature of Brotherhood Week Auspicious kick-o:: of the CIA Loan Company Division drive tape's place at the home of chairman Howell Kase. Shown a:e-v::-.a -ssu-rr.erfs r.:te: announcing their own pledges to CIA zr'e let: :;> right Herbert S. Gruber, Bernard Stalmake:. CO chairman Leonard Treister Kase, Hy Ritas, and Earl Ritas. Kennel Racers To Compete Here Off. JAMES HELLER Guest Speaker at lion Mrs. Jack Israel, of the national executive of the Torah Fund Committee of Women's League of the Jewish Theological ry of America, will be guest speaker at Temple Zion Sisterhood me W< (lnesday, in honor of Jewish National Home for LSitic Child choir will entertain JNF Holds Broad Memorial Several hundred personill ed a Jewish National Fund memorial meeting recently at the Fon•ainebleau hotel. The meeting was in memory of the late Daniel M. Broad, honorary president of the organization, who died last December. Program included Dr Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu • El. chairman of the JNF Foundation; Al Sherman, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District; and Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy. Zev Kogan. director of the Great er Miami JNF Council, unveiled a picture of Broad, which will hang in the Council's oiixehere Mrs Gershon Miller memorial pre rotation. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz, president, conducted the meeting. At a >hort business session preceding the ire -.:.v I jb Da .'NT i taj i'Noted Cantor At Cromwell Internationally-renowned Cantor Jacob Kmigsberg will ofticiu' a: i'aoover Seder services oi the Cromwell hotel m April. A sympl ir of eight voiceconducted by Joseph Schreibman. will a^ist Cantor Konig^berg during the holidays, as well aat the morning end evening servi The Cromwell ion the u. front at 20th st Miami Beach Abe Gefter. of the Cromwell, haa nounced that reservations for Passover services are all sold jut with a gift from Israel for her "outstanding achievement" during the recent Tag Day drive here. Mrs. Da\:s cited the ooper.. of Tag Day co chairmen Miss Han nah Fink. Mrs. ROMMrWolfe Shklair tsioo ij tie K< rtel Cl ib F %  • Internal first World Greyhound Championship is ini %  athe 'he North Dade dag track 34::i meeting. Challengers u least four count: .U v.)mpete against North American a'.'. <:ar field healed by the winner of 'he 18th Allla Championship The state title race is siated for Apr. 29. Overseas bidders for the world Crown May 20 alr'ud;. have been signed 'in Australia. Italy. Eng ar-J Ireland. One speedster from Rome .the rrent European champion Announcement abroad of the classic a "world first" in international greyhojnd comp I :jn. is ixp -. • ; i ".. • -..-.; ireign competiti : The 1961 AU Florida classic will climax a Championship Week of ig top flight longtails on the big-time winter r circuit Biacayne's racing calendar will include other tradition-tested features, plus several new special thrillers Racing at South Florida's pioneer dog track will continue nightly, except Sundays, through June 2. Pos: time is 8 p.m. WEDDING, BAR MITZVA I SOCIAL announcements for All Occasions CALL F* 9 7787 jBrose Printers & Stationers] 1843 SW 8th St. • Miami 35 Flo. 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Pcge 14-A > jVn /" §t Merit it* 3r Friday. February 10, l-;i Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDilN Moral Giant Step into a Motivational Research World THE STRATEGY OF ? E 5 RE. B\ Ernest 0 eh r. 314 pp New YHc: Dcoble^as A :.: S3.95. QR. ERNEST DICH'E^ moti\ ational res* he is the president ii >nal Rest arch, a %  • % %  branches in fifteen eou siness he is sick merchandising .. %  .; i at nor. To Vai ee "Tie Hidden Persua ably anathema. For Dr. Dichter goes a m int -• >p beyon I ard and lands in a complete!) '.:. rent world Wner aid saw the purchasing • nanipulated -'-. • driven to their neighb. jtore by 9 %  -. %  — y rft \ m fntpwffar.: •-<• %  has look %  • •-' %  .-. ;ress : %  %  %  %  • -• present desire%  • -" th< letimes injui ding his 1 pe for the cons >s implicit in lesu e tioplj : th -. %  •>• are already put. In his 1 %  %  I 1 of exmotivational research, the author has 7 search%  • .1-; variety or products, including ears, so paste, dictating machines surgical supplies, weed ki ettes, pencils, telephones, furs, shampoo all ting furniture and doilies. He ha? run Ii for Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Congressmen Join to Help Fulfill Pledges w.. • A BlPARTISAN ** opened in Congress >y a handful of liberals eager t) fulfill the I960 platfrom pledges >l both parties to liberalize diS( :• ;• immigration laws President Ken n e ly's '. e -1 lership in a battle to rev:-.the Mc Carran-Walter Immigi 1 Act ta inticipated W I House aides have promised such action. They ag that a first-class nation cannot afford to offer on second-class citizenship to naturalized citizens T are aware that we l >ra4 abroad about American democracy while excluding Isians and restrii emergent African nations ta quotas of only 100 visa; a year. Envisaging a "new frontier," President Ker. nedy said shortly before the election that "our im migration laws furnish a quota system of national Overseas Newsletter B y EUAHU SAlPETER Conclave in Retrospect r !. % %  -.1 DAYS APTER the 25th Z une to an end or. a n >' of disagreemeni >ver thi the : irish Agency executive the pree W t : Zionist Organ tior.. Dr N'ahum Goldnvann, cor.'. evaluate the • Dr rol In inn laid that I was in his opinion, the b1 i< three Congi rael since the establis State The positive this ngress negative oneWl agreement on the v manage, on the otru ling, In a fairly una the free countries ; fallowed by the Ira< with far more interi Dr. Goldmani the presence ol frai non-Zionist Jew sh org there was r.o conflict and the Israeli Zi 1 the Zionis as such. While Dr. Goldm %  those who follow %  5. his conclusions mr • a matter of fact the mair tbemseh 1 me ol bers of I tie Jev ish Age time of the three da) •• Reading out prepared st itementa they took for themselves I rime time il 1 1 sessions, while delegates could, at best, ibtain I %  minute.to voice their views and Actually not all got a'chanc-.' at all. Some of the Z. 1st lea lers, important in then tant Jewish communities, who traveled thousands thousands of miles to Jei no chance to express themselves. They were rather hitter, pointing out indeed, there was no reel to 40 to all this trouble JUS order to listen to the reviews of the activities of var Jewish Agency depart— MltS—something that could have been as well sent ou' 1 I ->m in writing, by mail Th-' same thing occurred ir. thcommittees: the heads of the Agency departments of Finance. Immigration. Absorption, Settlement, etc.. in many cases repeated the speeches they had made already in the plenum of the Congress— sometimes almost verbatim Things got so far that, in one of the commit'ees members interrupted the speaker and threatened to walk out if "the discussions" were supposed to continue in this manner Asked to comment on this complaint. Dr. Goldmann explained that heads >f the various Agency departments work for four years between the Congresses, and they want to be able to Mp rt >n what they were doing that time. He held that dev King half an hour or an hour review of four yearmes involving tens or ever, hundreds _>f millionirs, is not much indeed. origins with indefensible overtor.es of racial ence. The inequities and preferences quotas perpetuate are a national lisgrao an ; a hand 11 ad." "If Emma Lazarus were wnti ig to la) lines, 'give me your tired, your poor.' would have be amended to read as Long as the) r im rthern Europe, are not too tired or I slightly ill. and can document all their a.-t.v said Mr. Kennedy. Without waiting for the White House to Iraft a west tor immigration revision, six Senators, of both parties, and one Republican member of the House, introduced new legislation. It would rente ly the McCarran-W alter Act's national origins quota system Immigration would be based on the census rather than the 1020 population. In the last 40 years, the U.S. population grew by ime 75 million This was caused by births rather than the wholesale admission of refugees, many of whom died in Nazis ,-tas chambers because they ex. ceeded our quotas If quotas were even brought up to date to reflect 1960 statistics rather than those of 1920. it would mean an annual increase of immigrants from 155.000 '. ) about 300.000. Our absorptne capacity an i nal wealth have multiplied in the last four decadeDuring the last six years, only 574.000 quota rum —or only 62 percent of the potential quota of 930.000 for that period—were actually used The reason was that tw 1 quota anas located in the British Isles do not use the major portion of the quotas >tted to them. Ir. fiscal I960, these two areaa. nted for 48.')00 unused quatu numbers This was %  it of all the quota numbers*not us ler proposed new legislation, unused quota numbers in one area could be ted lere alcing for lil • ral Sen ob K S York, t< I th Senate "We must never forget tunth 1 mmigrants usi t we do in-the 1 ts is an i t< in of 5 leader ol r •• %  ".\ : ; .. rema air proud r.ar the world': id oppressed ". % %  -. egisla strike a l %  %  reign 1 tpousal I a free world socie I a restrii ivorl Negroes '. • %  LOO. ei ... Between You and Me: BORIS SM0LAR nti-S the N %  V lisco" it way to < • trar) %  1 expectations It a ting its dangers was irms of es ap sm, ei h : -. acts as 1 ranksterism, or axa jei iti tee ;' they felt nothing could be done a [He solution was to Iramatize instead the escapism, 1 sh A • • !Si tw • eactions to the public and illustrat 1 were m tans of escaping. "What was ••• edi was I take the response of the listener into consider We showed that to run away from .I and we indicated how the ansu individual and group acio-i I'ommi ••*. that is. e a two way street Dr. Dichter otters a six-point program toward •-ta its ..'and at the same time, insulating 1 ITS nd the appealmade chang lays cultivate empathy and sensitivity I • rid ai ik bi luestions; levelop a ps) •ral and basic, one which well apersonally. I need not point out Dr. Dichter's book. In a field we tend to 1 'i a: .,' at .'crassest, his is the sole instrui iks in terms which are educa • iversial, and — one hopes — challenge United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Enthusiastic Emissary United Nat A QUIET, conservatively dre-1 ** young American. 35 year-oi j pf a prominent family sat in the lounge of the United States liner, the SS United States, arid proudly introduced hi wife as •Miriam." and just as proudly added "I am sorry we cannot introduce you t> Clisheva. She is a sabarit, she was born in Israel ten months ago." The speaker was Ogden R Reid, who had just completed a tour of duty lasting a little over a year and a half, as United States Ambassador to Israel. Mrs Hold's American name is Mary Louise But in Israel she called herself Miriam The youngest of their four children, the daughter whom they called Elisheva. Is Elizabeth Hi the American register Their threz 0 children—Stewart. 10. Michael. 7. and William. 4— back with their parents as imbued with admiration fOI U rael as are heir elders Stewart and Michael speak brew fluently Stewart is particularly proud of his Hebrew report iard. which he received from the Israeti public It which he attended, the principal ol his new school m 1 e to un erstand the Hebrew notations at es t Kcieni > in Tana The elder Reids returned from Israel with glowing i ;, out their impressions ot that country •I don't think there is another country in •; pla) .1 in ir it) as • K in men 1 1 In pffii 1 ;, % %  • [[ on %  %  itr. work or Ii • %  %  Mr • hly with [sra< ... economic, int arly lauda 1 contril 1 fare of Aft I As tries • point I feels. Israel has : '" > : %  '"' ; '• %  fen me failures. But the eff "' %  '• I the pi When you see as I have, what ti) fields you cai government. Some ol -• 1 Sunday Blue Laws Fast Become National Issue THE SUNDAY "BLUE law forcing %  Orth'>dox Jews to keep their enterlosed on Sunday, despite the fact 'hat they are kept closed on Saturday. is developing more and more into a national issue in this country. Seven Sunday-closing controversies have reached the U.S Supreme Court during the last years. In each case where it acted, the Supreme Court refused to rule "for want of a substantial Federal question." This is a way of saying that the matter is up to the states All states, except seven, have some restrictions against Sunday work, but 12 states permit exemptions for Saturday observers. These are Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana. Iowa. Kentucky. Maine. Massachusetts. Michigan. Ohio, Oklahoma, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Where state laws do not Specifically make exceptions, local ordinances do, as In Arkansas Are the Sunday compulsory laws not considering our space age when rockets are sen* 11 moon on Sundays? This question is being ask.-i I Christian theologian, Hiley II Ward, in a book just published by Macmillian under the title "Space-Age Sunday.'' The author, who is now religious editor of a DOtl daily newspaper, believes that the evolution of our society must eventually alter the traditions that gave rise to the Sunday blue laws. He forsees a three-day weekend of rest without forced closing by the state. He points out thai just as technical and scientific discoveries have changed our every day of life, so can the Sabbath be made more effective for modern man in our space-age without affecting religious sensitivities. His three-day arrangement would recognize the current church-state dilemma with conflicting Christian-Jewish interests and at the same time give stronger impetus towards religious worship. Opponents of modifications in Sunday blue law may learn much from views expressed by the author about the battle for Sunday rest.


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Pcrge 10-A *J&*ist fkrfafter Friday. February 10. 1961 Leo Chaikin (seated center), chairman of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal Liquor Division, meets with local business leaders to plan their annual Liquor Luncheon next month. An invitation has been extended to Tom Lee. Florida's new State Beverage director, to attend as guest of honor. Seated left is Marvin Rauzin. Riqht is Jerome Halpern. Standing are Phillip Cantor and Jerry Blank. Waste Superinfem/ent Named the Da '< Cm,nty m,,c Wo rks h ^ r partment was announced here The appointment of James J SulJan 9) by Coumy Manager 0 W livan as waste superintendent ot .'ampbell FOR MY SOUND FINANCING NEED: A LOW-COST SANK LOAN! COME IN AND DISCUSS YOUR NEED WITH US! 12th AVENUE ?&£? FLAGLER Miami's Bank of [~M40*&£ Service Member Federal Deposit Inmiranee Corporation THE PROSTATE GLAND Nervousness in Males over Fifty Night Irritability and Loss of Rest Dribbling, frequent urination. No drugs—no surgery. Read this sensible discussion Send a four cen* itervp %  >v#* post : "WHY MEN ARE OLD AT FORTY' Rockwell Men Pinched in Philly Continued from Page l-A Australia, arranged by the Australian National Workers Party He said that the croup is affiliated with an international Nazi '• zation known as the World Union ol Free Enterprise, Nationalist Societies, Rockwell said he would go to Australia if proper "financial arrangements" are made by the officers 'i the organizations that in. him He plans I i apply for a visa to travel to Australia, he declared, and will ask State Department a: I m case he is refuse i a visa Dispatches received here from Canberra, capital of Australia, reported that both Prime Minister Robert Gordon Menxies and Minister of Immigration Alexander R. Downtr have ordered their American consulates to withhold any visa application that may be filed by Rockwell, pending decision by Australia's highest officials. Downer was quoted as saying Australia detests all political extremists. If the facts show that this man is a Nazi or neo-Nazi, he would be most unwelcome in our land." A Defense Department spokesman in Washington announced that Army Specialist Fifth Grade Daniel Honaker. who participated in picketing activity of Rockwells Party, had been discharged from the service "for the convenience of the Government Honaker filed a suit in U. S. District Court, with Rockwell acting as his •counsel." in an effort to prevent his d^charge But the court dismissed Honaker's suit, and upheld the Army. The discharge was put into effect. Beth Am Sets Adult Institute David Saklad. of the American Jewish Committee, will discuss "How Do We Regard Our Christian Neighbors?" for the adult institute cf Temple Beth Am in the auditorium on Sunday at 10 a.m. Nehemiah Mark, well known sculptor, will appear at the Beth Am religious school Saturday and Sunday morning. Mark, who works primarily on j Biblical themes, will demonstrate the manner in which his wood figures illustrate the story he wishes to tell. To Serve You is Our Pleasure Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in All its Branches 12486 N.E. 7th AVtNUI Pliant PI 4-4661 ENJOY HEALTHFUL nvBMXPm tUkMilwjulfrrimoai HENRY E. MANGELS COMPANY 3550 N.W. 58th Street Ph. NE 5-1391 Write *o Box No 1667, Coral Gables, Fla. .WWW IHE BEST FOR LESS LEE AUTO TRIM SHOP CUSTOM MADE SPORT TOPS & SEAT COVERS : 9EE ESTiMATES Dimrt Club Credit Cards Acctpltd FREE PAHKING 2550 N.W. 36th Street NE 5-0522



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fJenisf/Ft'c/redfir3>jr Psre j-S Council Women Launch Project i • %  %  %  %  Thi 17th ed with about ; jram er Myro: untee Mesdam-. tein. Irving : Deitord. ) %  %  • Tempie Menorah Singletons %  %  • i grou] %  %  %  : will hold i lop" in the j rig. There ie d.shments. v life members are honored at a Temple r Tamid Sisterhood luncheon. Left to right ^:e Mesdames Alex Glassman. Louis Hirsh Max Raskin, Milton Hurwitz. Robert Levine, Irving Berger. and Henrietta Fine, chairman of the life membership aroup. Not shown are Mesdames Abraham Trotsky end Herman B. Klein. These women make a total of 77 life members for Ner Tamid Sisterhood, liami Beach Hadassah Groups Will evote Programs to Medic Organization I I Miami Beach Ha Jassah groups is currently receiving patients and .meet on Monday. Programs equipment, and the Israel governconcentrate on giving members ment is granting the institution asmation about Hadassah Medi|sistance in moving from the oid Organization, which sustains i quarters. maintains the medical work in The Medical Center is open to ,rae j Arabs and Moslems, as well as to The new Medical Center building 'Jews. ^FREE JO PLACEMENTS, Members of the Miami Beach 3M K.y Punch. Pr, a an,.. wiring 4 'groups have beer, working on the HOTEL TRAINING DIVISION Calendar \earbook, proceeds of m.cript, switchboard. Front of • } which help the moving day oper• f. NCR ooo, Audit, cashier. Etc. ation. Mrs. Morns Kogjn is chaps' Ye.**, P „. 654. *55 Phon, Bk. ? ^ coordlRatop Q( Qfo pr0 ect Adelphi Business College r ,.6a6NE7th St. Nr. B.SC. Blvd. } Brandeis group will meet at the PU7.7e23 5t,t,Approv e c>^^ Fontainebleau hotel for lunch at Q I-8-8-8-0-8-8-8-8-88 8 8 1 IS-8-3-3 8 8-8 8 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD : DRINK MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER AS AN AID IN THE TREATMENT : OF KIDNEY & BLADDER AILMENTS I Tfce rwcommendW daily amount will help to: *. CO • 1. STIMULATE KIDNEY ACTION • 2. SOOTHE BLADDER IRRITATION 3. NEUTRALIZE EXCESS URINE ACID 4. EXPEL SYSTEMIC WASTES RAPIDLY oo D Conskior too: her experiences in Russia. A film. "A Boy Named Ami," will be shown. Mrs. Ben Zeigmund is president. &f Bay Harbor Island group will have a lunch in the Singapore hotel at noon. Mrs. George Sogg. Youth Aliyah chairman, will speak on the forthcoming project. Arrangements chairman is Mrs. Chari Silverman. Mrs. Ellis Amdur is president. • • Hannah Senesch group will meet !at the Saxony hotel at noon for i lunch. Program will feature the film. "To Save One Life." with introduction by Ralph Bellamy. The birthday of Mrs. Arthur Apple;baum. president, will be celebrated. • Stephen S. Wise group will meet at the Martinique hotel. 11:30 a.m.. for brunch. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of Temple Ner Tamid. will be guest speaker, president. Mrs. B. Kopel is Shalorr.a group will meet at Hibiscus Auditorium at noon. Program will feature the Youth Aliyah film. "A Boy Named Ami." Guest speaker will be Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. Mrs. Harry Gabrelow is president. Henrietta Szold group will meet at the Algiers hotel at 12:30 p.m. for refreshments. A skit. "They Said it Couldn't be Done will be presented Mrs. Emma Rattner is president. Emma Lazarus group will meet at the Washington Federal bldg.. at 12:30 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of Temple Menorah, will speak on Youth Aliyah. Mountain Valley J Water HOT SPRINGS 301 S.W. 8th Street I • Phone FRanklin 3-2484 ? VllliS 8 8 8-8 8-8-8-88-8 8 8-8 8-8 8 8 -8-I-8%  In Miami its FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES for Home Dalivery Phone FR 4-2621 The great name In dairy product FRANK J. HOLT, Manager Two-Teem Race Emerging The International World Series Doubles Championship al the Uania Jai-Alai Palace is shaping up into a two-team race. Careaga and Carea, brothers representing the Philippines, won their second game in four tries, but only picked up a one point bulge over Egurbi and Marcel, playing for Spain, who finished second. They now lead by three points. 1HK mmKYHOUNO HOVtn* Bekins Van Lines to West Coast SAM LEVITEN, Agent lacal • len Oiitince Moving, 4 Stongt full or •art Laid Frtf [itiraattf FR 9-7654 ATLAS MOVING a STORAGE WAREHOUSI 04T 6 NIC-HT PHONf <*AVICE RDINE'S S -sp Monday and Friday Nighta, Miami. Miami 6aa(h 'til 9:00 143rd St. Stora, Ft. Laudardala, W. Palm Baach 'til 9:30 Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! m • • NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening —-*%  ^lY\oty<>L u>CtL tU "Cute/* Ksu/er TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem serve plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Bros, Sread made from select spring wheat flour • contains no shortening. e PUMPERNiCXEl • BOHEMIAN RYI • BAGELS • VIENNA • EGG TWIST • FRENCH BREAD *EGG ROILS • HARD ROILS



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•— Fc-e 4-A *Jfenisf noridli&r Friday, February 10. I %  NMMi %  I "^Jewish Floridian C r FICE and PLANT — 120 N.I. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-46C5 Teletype Communicater.s Miami TWX m m ... n 111 N K sixth %  i M la rt I Fl p Ian i %  • lid at Miami Ptoi Ida The Jew:9*1 F!.-rW4i h^ absorbed turf Jewish Unit;/ and the J^wnb Weekly Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Synaic.it*. Wondw ae News tip*' National Editorial Assn.. American Assr. of ErTgllSh-Jew:sh Newspapers, ir-a the F'oridJ Press Assn FFED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU .'1)2 Ben Yehuda — Tel • irael R v U. BINDER Correspoodent Phe '. I-' irani • %  • %  the '" SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $.500 Three Years $"0.00 Volume 34 Number 5 Friday, February 10. 1961 24 Shebct 5721 Nasser Stirs Up Morocco Crown Prince Moulay Kassox am sed lews of Morocco that persona responsible ihed. This is a tall prom.se. [n | :errr.~ i a promise made by man :cr the >wn Prince is I n of Morocco :eral leade: rtige. Thedifficu vis that i1 luggesta tmedy to a malady which attacks the ;. %  -:• s rather than the cause. Assuming the Qrown Pr.nce's sincerity, he would r.zv-e to ac WHO, ME? ic: more than repress the external expressions c: anti-Semitism in Morocco by dealing severely b local culprits. Assuming his sincerity he would have to touch upon the root cause of the problem. This lies embedded, not only tor Morocco, but tor nines like Algeria and some of the newlyemerging African nations as well, in a lorthriqht c.-swer to the question, "Are you pro-Western or c:c-Soviet?" Most of the Middle Eastern and African peoples worth their salt will of course, reply: "Neither. We are :cr ourselves." The difficulty .-•ere as Morocco so amply demonstrates, is that the answer in fact fails to answer the question. The anti-Semitic demcns'rations in Morocco several weeks ago followed on the heels of the Arab "summit conference at Casablanca. where President Nasser harcrnaued the crowd crd succeeded in adding an anti-Israel resolution to the conference's final declaration of principles. Certainly, Nasser is net a "pure" Middle Ecst or African political force, for he is irrevocably tied to the Kremlin today. Yet the nations =-:ending the Casablanca meeting, including seme of srael's friends, willingly signed the declaration. In doing so they cast easy doubt on the characterization of themselves as neither rrc-Western nor pro-Sov.e:. Bearing this is mind, if Crown Prince Moulay Hassan is ever to deliver on his promise to the Jewish community of Morocco, in the final — ~^y3. s he W j}j ; ,,„ e ;o i? ,. vv ,. h Nasser „ _„. the gutter variety cm::-Sem:te the Crown singled aut = the culprits. For it is -res the cecc^ cf Morocco toDAHY PICK-UPS New'" 63 •wywhers "> *e Middle iey, Philadelphia, imminent casts :ts ugly shadow Milton, Boston oh? ran be no question of that. DIAL JE fee Moulay Hesse:: tall enough .ex M. Lieber655 C0UIN' RE nr f rophets of Gloom rrProphets ct gloom and loom exist not only in the political arena This is the view ot I rt B. Ehrmann rreside.-.ct the American Jewish Committee. Ehrmann recently tee an executive meetof the ore OQJ. mal life and ludaistn m the United States — f] contrary to pre •ens forecast.: irwise. In Ehrmai. ve ma-Je many c.-.d rich contribution i evolving culture America A atmd out, %  tranced cor. itionary mel antar 7 mevemento :.-.-.gencus to Jewish tateQectua] and rel.gious We are ell (or the soundness of the Amera Jewish Committee president's position, and hope that his expressions of belief in our present B id future will be ?d. Many signs of times point in this direction; others, invading the AJCcmrr.ittee s own studies in such creas as anti-Sem:::sm here and abroad, tend suggest restrain:. Not the least of the restraints are rooted as much in spontareous and unhampered American Jewish development as they are in threats of bigotry from outside. All of which is by way of saying that the s-arus of American Jewry is a two-way street upon which much influential traffic flows — and that blanket optimism may be as deceiving as blanket pessimism. A Bout of Name-Calling The furious battle between David BenGurion and Pinhas Lavan is by now a tempest in a teapot, with little emotional attachment to either of the protagonists evident in the American Jewish community. Many are the blunders that Foreiqn Offices or our own State Department) have made in tne past in their relations with covernments abroad; many, indeed, are the still-unimagined blunders that will be made in the future. Israel continues stubbornly to keep the -a von affair enshrouded in secrecy; yet ito principal spokesmen and leaders repeatedly inflict on us the sense of urgency only they apbare: (eel about the error Lavon allegedly "committed back m 1954 in his capacity ot Defer.se Minister. American Jews can experience little or no identification with either side precisely because of the secrecy. The best speculation suagests Lavon's presumable guilt m the launching c: a major retaliatory raid against the Arabs that is supposed to have convinced Nasser ct the impossibility of peace with Israel and that purportedly propelled him into the Septembei arms deal with Communist Czechoslovak a. Some o: the diplomatic scandals thai rally rock any nation Including our ov. would make the entire lavon allegation, true or false a minor one indeed. But important cs the consequences of tl ier or. Israel rr ai me. not be that t ies continue stubbornly to submit to censorship while pu t.-.e worst Irind of character assassination U rues, makes the case the unimportant t< in the teapot to which we previously alluc Religion in the Arts Week Temple Israel of Grecter Miami is devoting a hiil week of activities and programs to tne relationship between the arts and religion. In addition to the noted men in both fields who will be seen and heard at the Temple. members themselves are plannine en exhibit or their own works of creative endeavor. Tradition sems to circumscribe the role of the arts in Jewish history — especially in the synagogue. But, on the other hand, the artifacts of old tend to indicate that Jews, like most peoples, even if to a more limited extent, expressed their religious experience in a variety of aesthetic ways. The Temple Israel program next week is an interesting contribution to this tendency. It also highlights the Jewish house of worship as a center of worthy intellectual and cultural activity. during (he week ... as i see it — THE RESIGNATION of Philip %  M Klutznick from th. eral chairmanship of the !_ ... ted Jewish Appeal after only two months in office is > sarj event for several reasons T^ the in -t instance! tt rai>ederous problems with r' to Mr. K lutznick's futur f ec t ivTW. r*a of its individual lea dut it las nog been apparent that individual leaders shape eve'. is they and those they lead are shaped bv them. It is with r considerations that the United Jewish Appeal may be evp. to fed Mr Klutznick absence. To ease the personal burden of his decision. Mr Klu'znuk several hundred delegates gather Sundaj at the final session of th< :e Americana hotel that he had accepted the IJ\ rttainnanship on the basis of an initial proviso: If the new Pre oi the Inited States tapped him for governmental responsibility would feel it his duty to accept Almost Immediately after the lion, he declared, 'it seemed apparent that I was being so eonsid. Referring to his own agonizing appraisal of the situation Mr Klutznick said that he is leaving the general chairmansh ip ol Lmted Jewish Appeal with great reluctance no less than his poof leadership in American Friends of the Hebrew University V B nth. Roosevelt LniversKy. and as an investor in Ashdod. Israel L JA chairmanship especially, he observed, demands the kind ot dedication from which his new LN capacity now precludes him This seemed eminently true. Mr Klutznick indicated "oeca ,e working for peace in the world in which we live is not a part-time i. and he accepted President Kennedys bid because I feel strOBCb privilege to labor for the dignity of man/' >irongi> :Alt. KLUTZNKKS CANDID Stlf ANALYSIS JAID MR. KLUTZNICK of peace a-i digBJtj These are DOl the ideals ot Judaism. The New Testament, the Koran. Bud tr.ey also work toward them Thn he added: "We in the L*J lieye hat uv aim is not alone to clothe the naked and feed the b • of -Torah. Zedakah and Shal .m" "the I Ufe u totahty which there w h he wouli! tK-eeking for all mankind rhui :, closed the uap of bis difficult cho.ee. mggestin task to which I have been called :Similar to the one with at the Tinted Jewish Appeal.' and repeating tha at the United Nations he will continue to me,'his r.-ponsib.ht.es but on a broader, non-sectarun level. into his decision, however. ma> be found in Mr K .lysis than elsewhere: "I ites. [am human. andfl irk oi the truly Jnapired mai -to conquer. If:., !'w M I ihe LN Economic and So. n ';v ^ r ; !ho! are km: We have sent a chimp into outer spa. h :,.ck. but ookat ti ation in other an ^^UnhedStWeai., plus ... Wl THt MAN MHO SAID SO LONG' |T IS TO needs Mr Ktetxnick will hencefor:h address 'dorAdkiS rtant en the UK E Al "*' ider, he is surely elrwadj ( ofthe-br. aed horisons thai nothing to exceed i! •vw ,h Mr l luV: I Sunday, but he could cuV, ,; L^ culty *• Wi (mission tha. tlu lLrl\ L m are 1,,re •"••ntoiful than were his prospect %  UVersaT Chairman ~ mo meaningful becaue they tf. of the* V.w T thl / Ij> hl> ea J ,,er refer ^^' to the humanitarian n ^, !" Ul K ran and buddhism a reference wl hat in h? h b „ Coniu !; es "P in the mind of the Jew a host of : his nat evahr n'7n ^ '" bUt huma "'ar,an. Behind this 1 ,Z 3S en rely pro ** T of tht Senate Foreign R affd ahons h ^ amina,wn ** "** into h.s Jewish ergVa^t, •SSSi^SJS!TRi V th ^ Fulbrll^n, that these affih.. •lief nt( e r-* t mtCd JeW,Sh AppeaI rv re Bted IIKI oi in rest so far as his new post at the UN would he em ontmued on Page 11 A



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He said: Evei though th season has been disappointing in the number of visitors to Mia mi Beach, the Mall has managed to cot more than ir .-hare of them. "I hate to think what would have happened if thee hadn't been a Mall. There'; a definite increase in shoppers over the same period iart year. Although they are not spending as freely, due to present eccr-cmic conditions, quantity helps ease the lack of quality." It also is apparent the shops selling popular priced merchandise are ._ an increase in profits over last year But the high-priced -tore.-. in the majority, arc under their figures of last year, A few. however. •how an increase, and thej credit il to the Mall bringing in more custo•. i : :ha:i e\e:" h AH in all. the majority of storeowners are convinced that the new Ma'.i ha.kept their heads above water They also insist there must he a program oi si oi g promo) on by way of interesting, ever-changing exhibits and shows, or the novelty of the new promenade will tend to aper oif too soon. THE RICE is RIGHT: We doubt whether you'll find a better entertainment buy than that offered by the Cinema Theatre on the Beach For more than a month now, top-rankint; Yiddish theatre start such as Leon Schechter. Michel Rosenberg and many others have been making personal appearances in well rounded Yiddish-American vaudeville. This week, the Cinema is presenting the Sabra-, widely acclaim.' i jroup of men and women dancers and musicians direct from Israel Last year, the talented company was featured at the Seville, and more recently at the Saxony This marks their first theatre appearance on Miami Beach. In addition to the excellent stage show at the Cinema. 1 a feature film is presented. Matinee prices prevail until 6 p.m.. entitling you to the stage show and movie. •* FILM FARE: -Hiroshima. Mon Amour."' at the Mayfair and Sun-ct. a -lirnng saga oi human emotions, ranks among the all-time great for-' eign imports. Made in Franc, n depicts the vivid romance of a Japanese architect and French woman, against destroyed Hiroshima. Alec Gumess. "the man of many characters" and most of them delightfully droll, adds to his versatility as a Scotch regimental commander in "Tunes of Glory," now at the Carib, Miracle and Town. Co-starring it able John Mills, and it's a Technicolor production. "Exodus" continues to pack "em in at the Sheridan, and according van< • sales will be playing to c ipacitj audiences far into the spring • •: you make reservations for matinee performances u you want 10 get bitter scats soonei The romantic screen combination oi Nancy Kwan and Hill Holden ibox office magic, according to the big business at the Flamingo since : the opei there oi -The World oi Suzie Wong." comedy talents have a field Gay In "Pepe" now in its seventh big week at the I rheatre. Mexico's number one n Dailey, Shirley Jones and 39 guest stars in ihe George Sidnej pn offers splendiferous Technicolor views ol Mexico's top resoi Is HOTEL LOBBY-ING: "Holiday in Japan." the big and bountiful revue that was actually made in Japan" for American night club keeping La Ronde patrons at the Fontainebleau in a hoi id a \ mood It's a Nipponese delight of music, dancing and novelty, with costuming and staging in eye-filling Oriental tradition. Nat "King" Cole is reigning on the stage of the Pompeii Room of the Lden Roc this week. No stranger here, bul always a treal Senor Wences and his madcap ventriloquy are an added attraction along with (.eort-e Tapps dancers. One ol the beat showB | the Eden Roc this season. Many local organizations have made up special parties lo eniov Diosa Lostello and her last and exciting "Crazy with the Heat" revue at ;the Casa Diosa in the Saxony. Besides the explosive performance of Diosa. the slick show reveals gobs of fine, new talent, including dancer Abby Rios and puppeteer Barclay Shaw, and the learn of Willy and Gu.lle. Smging star Don Casino, who is also the show's bandleader comes in for a good share of the applause SOMETHING NEW: Copa City, which has undergone more renovan'?h "n, StZ*? 0 !" bHuv< ",' an any 0ther %  <"> I" the world in the past 10 years is getting Mill another face-lifting. This time the spectacular nitery on Dade blvd i. being transformed into %  magnificent ballroom, to be called The Palladium. A huge dance floor \s Kg In stalled in the space occupied by 900 theatre seats JUM a lew weeks .go The giant nitery building has housed unsuroassed spectacles cf entertainment, with the worlds most expensive stars, including Mau nee Chevalier, Ray Bo.ger. Danny Kaye, Sammy Davis, jr., Jimm y Dur.nt., Danny Thomas, Sid Caesar, staged by six niaht club owneTs Starting with Murray We.nger and followed by Bill Miller |E Schuyler, Lou Walters, Martha Raye, and Alan Gale They poured more than $750,000 into the club tor renovations when each took over l.ou Walton sp. n) more than 1350,000 wh. n he ooerated it as Cafe de Paris for just om season. wperaieo The n.w owner. Harry Pappas, „, N „ w Wk e dance floor, is not changing a thing. 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Friday, February 10. 1961 t'Jenisti Ffarijfi&r 1 Page 7-A UJA Launched With $14,850,000 Judge Phillip Goldman and Judge Jack A. Falk (stcnding right) will be honored at a CJA reception and supper on Wednesday at the Jewish Home tor the Aged. Seen (left) are State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein, chairman of the Professional Divisions, and Judge Harold 3. Spaet and Judge Irving Cypen, honorary dinner chairmen. Martin Fine (not shown) is general chairman of the CJA Attorneys Division. Plans Finalized for Attorneys Division Function Honoring Judges Goldman, Falk Final plans were shaping up this week for the reception and dinner Df the CJA Attorneys Division honoring recently • appointed Judges ('lillip Goldman, of the Circuit { >urt. ar,h Federation. _, The committee i.icludes David | Q Qg HGIQ P Celsman. A Buii Cutler, Sidc-y Efronson. Mayor Clemen J. An mterfaith 24-hour prayer viE.irllch. Leon A Epstein, Sanford 8' 1 observe the 75th anniver•Ftimce. • Marshall N Feuer. %  of Wor,( Da y of p ; a >' er he ladS Milton A Friedman. Tsey., ginning Thursday noon. Feb lb. r.JUT Gelber, \V:!1:J::I L Glosser. The function is under the sponVarthall S. Harr:> and Louis Hei-. sorship of United Church Women Iin of Greater Miami. \bo. Robert L Loeppel, James! The interdenominational vigil r_ Liebman.* Kenneth M. MfW,H" ^ inter-racial. Part.c.Lawrence C. Porter. Lloyd L. Rus-! P-^S at II P ; m on Thursday night K.:I, Philhp Sch.fi. Samuel W. Shajj he Temple Zamora 44 Zamora „,L Bi^harH R <-,nP Harold ave Coral Gables, under the spinKS. w'S B w tii v!w-' J*"* B. um\ s Wepman, and Harry Zukemick. "urwitz Continued from Page 1-A resettled more than 2.700,000 Jewish refugees and distressed persons, Raising more than a billion dollars for its humanitarian aid. In 1961 it seeks S72.74O.0C0 to assist 580.500 men. women and children, including unabsorbed immigrants to Israel, distressed in other overseas lands and refugees to this country. Albert A Levm, of Cleveland. CIA's national chairman and chairman of the inaugural conference, tailed Sunday's outpouring oi gifts "as a sign of American Jewry's inerest in aiding Israel's immigrants "The S14.850.000 in starting gifts recieved today." Levin noted, "exceeds the amount contributed to start last year's campaign by more than two and a half million dollars." Sunday's response followed a strong plea by Maj. Gen. Haim Laskov, former Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces, that American Jews help "step up the process of absorbing some 320.000 still unintegrated immigrants in Israel, in order to insure the country's remarkable democratic gains. "The record shows that the es1 tablishment of Israel represents the one real achievement in nation building on the democratic front i since the end of Wprld War II," 1 Gen Laskov declared He added, "other new nations started out as democracies, but have since reverted to totalitarianism. Israel, however, is a living, flourishing democracy still making great progress in the face of enor\ mous problems." In accepting the UJA general chairmanship, Meyerhoff told Sunday's meeting, "I do so in the solemn realixation that more than half a million lives literally depend on those who lead and serve in the United Jewish Appeal. "But I am also aware that it i has been the great good fortune of our generation to have the opportunity to end age-old problems of Jewish .-.uttering and misery. This is a challange which I humbly accept, secure in the knowledge that I will recieve your full support." The new UJA general chairman has been active in philantnropic and communal work on every level.' from the local to the international, lor more than three decades. In the world cf business, meanwhile, he is nationally prominent in the fields of home building and real velopment, and as the past, president cf the National Home Builder, oi the United States. He has been long identified with programs cf aid to Jewish ret:U overseas and Israel's immigrants, as a national chairman of the UJA. and former chairman of its national campaign cabinet. He also has been a vigorous advocate in promoting Israel's economic stability through private enterprise. Meyerhoff serves additionally as vice chairman of the Jewish Agen1 cy for Israel, member of the national executive committee of Israel Bonds, and board member of the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds In Baltimore, he is president of I the Associated Jewish Charities. and holds numerous posts in civic and Jewish bodies. He is chairman of the Maryland State Planning Commission. Born in the Ukraine in 1899. Meyerhoff came to the United States at the age of seven. He is a graduate of the law school of the University of Maryland, is married, and has three children. Klutznick. who has served in high posts under the last three presidents, was a member of the I'.S delegation to the United Nations Twelfth General Assembly in 1957 At a hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Committe on Jan. 131, which confirmed his appoint! ment, he announced that he would resign from the various high posij tions he holds in Jewish life, and I divest himself of business interests in Israel, to avoid any impression of partiality in his diplomatic post "The task which I hav. i called upon to undertake by t President, and which I feel i i privilege to undertake, K nick told the Sunday 1,1 A ence. "seeks to promote a m mum ol world cooperation in m \t ry fields in which .:. the United Jew Ish Ap] I "I could not find it in my hes I to reject any invitation of t** President to serve our natior > legitimate hopes ard amlitio--: But, in addition, I welcome Hlis spec ; al opportunity to serve it an area which I regard as a-r> extension of the very interest that for years have occupied — energies and my hopes." Speaking further, the UJA general chairman dedal •What greater joy can one have than to be able to help try to fir I formulae for world cooperation -.> advance human dignity, economy independence, learning and the at tributes of a good life? To the utmost of my ability, I shall strivo to represent this nation of ouri the great effort to attain and pr-; serve, on a world scale, the goals of human dignity to which we i:s committed as Americans. "As I face this work. I for feel strengthened for it by the hen,. tage of spirituality, of genero^./, of the eternal desire and hope tor a better world with peace and |.; tice for all, which is mine as a I Jew." Saperstein Will Head Honorary Marshall Saperstein has been elected to head Be-a Beta Mu finance honorary at the University of Miami for the new semester. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Saperstein. 934 Michigan ave. His vice president will be Zayls : A. Bernstein, son of Mr and Mrs. Charles Bernstein. 1201 NE 15V t | St.. No. Miami Beach New secretary is Bennett 3. Herzfield, son of Max Herzfieli, 1045 Lenox ave. Treasurer is Oer! aid S Raphael of Brooklyn. NY. Mayor Robert King High has declared Friday. Feb. 17. as World Day of Prayer in Miami Kefauver to be Speaker Speaker will bt Judge Harold B. Spaet, a Metro Commissioner ana) former vice mayor of Miami Beach, who will be serving as one of fhe honorary dinner chairmen en Wednesday evening. Sen Estes Kefauver (D—Tenn.' Stffet vas ->-, municipal "ill be featured speaker at a test.j.jjTof Miami Beach In 1942. and moma dinner on Ferr 8 at he hiTbeen act.ve • Mt.cal and DeauviUe hotel in behalf Of the cili.eo.th, muy ever,Osteopath, Oe^aMlospital *' .' North Miami Beach civic leader, is Honorary dinner c-.i.rman Judge d inner chairman. Associate chair; vint Cypen a::-:::-.--'i that ajmen are Cason Ives and Commis, ur of early r<--r o:is assures sioner Charles F. "Chuck" Hall PARIS, 1960: LORD CALVERT AWARDED LE GRAND PRIX AMERICAN .=r. Prompt Day and Night Service" MffORMIfK-BOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FO*. UUS, SCTVICI OR REPAIRS PHONE PI 7-0604 &f 443 PARKWAY DRIVE MIAMI SHORES, FLORID* HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. John V.Hardeman and John V. Hardeman, Jr. 30 SAVINGS ON AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE ALl TYPES OF INSURA'..: 2722 Ponce Ce Leon Blvd. Phone HI 3-4607 — Only a few rare products of exceptional quality receive this coveted prize, presented by Le Comit6 du Grand Prix. 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Friday. February 10. 1961 'fiJewisli FlerSdliian Page 13-A ... % % % %  **&• %  TALES OF MORALS %  Adthy^ Jan after many un" %  ^^r wJai.ita:investments '•tiffsSl great material loss. >(o (faat he ud to J y and the i ivnal conleteriorated /-ov: bad to /tth every setbac\ the man his condition and begged death. T%  and circutnpontmurd to be unfavorable and po i ITI became • ''K^Mpinal state \r.::l lie was re%  iitfetf-te :'' %  riiigntpod. car-,1-15 i,..1 his bacl{. f d^^^Hng >t i" ''•< %  place. ttas %  irrying | i>d, th.. %  %  %  ,• %  .. nation, rhiei. e bundle non .thr%  d ii 1/ II>I!\ 3,'tf*^^^Pr>tiTd •• /\v 1/ HI ?'<"ej0r '' '•• %  •. the Anjel, "' |H"i#P6r : % %  -iiddenK W'SBW v ne reload ie bu.. MOR A -en'^nfc. f re. I T I T T*T n#vn* ,-iox ,*"[X3* .an 3 n ns TIT "T T TT" n|$ff na nasna 2^aa T r T • -:" %  • -: 190^. ^oin Kin .*nf">n "J#V fiahn-jva niK*in^ -ivirir Jhfni nna %¡ :"? ^tf crp^n "nx* 1 ? nax^a r • T -: • : T T : *7S .Tin iii7i ,Q'33ia o-na T : • T • T rri$i?n rniay ay TIT n? Iff — T"I T Dif^tVasin ^x nvanx rtrnw ,nxi3in^ ,tnpa I V T : v • I : Dtfmn ,n"?"m T rrnn *-i • T .snnaa T •• : • (fpfiVte nnas nna rxsina) • • i • •i -i The Half Shekel: Giving And Warmth of Giving By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ Temple Ner Tamid This coming Sabbath is traditionally known as Shabbas Shekalim. To commemorate the annual tax of a half-shekel levied upon the Jewish community, we read the scriptural passage containing the laws for its collection. We ;.re thereby reminded that for 'he maintenance of the sanctuary. each and every Jew was to make a contribution. In the Avos d' Rab Nassau, we read: There are tour types of people — he sees and is seen; he se. -. and is not seen; he does not see. but is seen; he does not see. and is not seen. In reality these types are descriptive of various modes of giving Charity. The first is the most beautiful. The giver sees and understands the Dhght of the needy. The recipient in turn not only receives the financial aid. but also receives 'he warmth and encouragement of the giver. -He sees, but is not seen.'" This man understands the need but 8ETH SRAEL ^ Pra rie ave 0r chooses to do nothing about it. Although he is not yet ready to give. thodox Rabbi H. i_ouis Rottman there is hope, however, that some day his conscience will show him the 'children partWpatinK way. There is still hape for him. "He does not see. but is seen." This man is most familiar. Although he takes no personal interest in the recipient, he still is a giver. This type of charity is cold, devoid of warmth and friendship. "He does not see. and he is not seen." For this man there are no poor to be helped and no less fortunate than he. There are then, two elements of the half-shekel: the actual giving and the warmth in giving. "Fortunate is he." sayeth the Psalmist, "who is wise concerning the poor." i %  • %  l .-' • %  • 10 > Sermon : "V, eekl) Port >ti BETH EMETH. 122:3 ;w 2nd ave Conservative. Rabbi David W. Herton. Cantor Hyman Fein. I | t |a S:13 p m. Si rm • "The Art "f I...;,,!.., B hip Troop sr.u Roj Scouts %  • %  111 be Rue*' Hal ur I i ':30 a.m. >••' -i "The SJi irli g %  • Communal ReHponHfhillt) Hebrew Bchool itudenta ill chant the eer\ %  Bervlces: Shlomo Caplan, Bhragai Qrosa, Oeorge Ooldrlng, Kenneth Tel;.i ami Ira Cohen. BETH JACOB. 3P1-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Frlda> 5:4." p.m. Baturda) B:30 a.m. Serin :i: •The Justice "f tli. Law." \' u !ii;e ci What reason do th rabbis offer for high honor given to Jethro by calling a Siclroh (scriptural portion) by his name (Ex. 18-21)? TRANSLATION Sde-3' "What has hap % %  %  here?" I a-ked ,-the di r.ic again. •'Here,*', he -a. i, %  :< %  v. a a olu'.ion, the ':; .i lllimlnT ot loduatriali-' • • factories" i % %  went on leilir-. : -laming me a shoe factory, i workshop for ,• manufai'.urc of parts of prcf %  briClKod hoi-ses. etc. etc. All s together with agricultural v .irk have opei-rd up new horizons %  -have-brought the town onto the k.ng's highwu\") for the town. The four thousand inhabitants of the place hope th the prophecy that Sderot will be a big town will s>on be realized. I Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) CANDIEUGMING TIIM ^4 Shobcrt — 5:56 p.m. V I imtnieoiuimM-iiiuHiiiiiiiniiimn""'—"-"" The WtU's trudged ^r ui'th it ail throi'" 1, t'e \hdd' %  as with a • In order to impress upon our peo-1 I pie that not all non-Jews are of the ; Amalek type — ones that seek to destroy us. The story of Amalek is the last chapter of the preceding Sidroh Bcshalach (Ex. 13:17 — to lend of chap. 17). The Jethro type of non-Jew fails under the category | of the "pious of the non-Jewish peoples." of whom we are assured that "they will have a share in the world to come." i What is Shabbat Shekolim? It means the Sabbath, when we read the scriptural portion dealing with the Shekolim theme. During %  Miwiiiiii 11" % %  vnrwiwuiwiwiiiiinunnidiw This page is prepared in CC J 1 operation with the Spiritual LeadI ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin' I ical Assn. BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr. Rabbi Harold Richter. Friday B:30 p.m. Sermon: "Lincoln a Captl\ itlng Qualities." Saturday 7 a.m. Sermon: "Weeklj Portion. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackovaky BETH TORAH. 164tn it. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip•chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday J:IS p.m. Bern : Life as an Adventure." 8aturda> 8:45 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Leonard, son of Mr. and Saw. Max Horowlts. e BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. CHAIM. 408 Rabbi David Hcrson Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Herson Tales of Mural Rabbi B. Leon Hurwits Know Tour rienuge Rabbi Solomon Schiff Gems oj Wisdom i:. .n'iMiuaiinianm of the Pentateuch, known as Targum Onkalos. He is said to have Temple times, the call for the paybeen a proselyte and to have lived j merit of the poll tax of half a shekel hi the second century of the cornby every adult Jew was announced 10 era. on the first day of the twelfth month The Targum Onkalos appears in i Adai). As a reminder of this duty, traditional Bibles, and is read weekthe passage from Ex. 30:11-16 was |y by the traditional Jew as an read on the Sabbath preceding. This authentic commentary to the Pentayear, the Sabbath falls on Feb. 11. touch. CONGREGATION ETZ 16th st. Orthodox. • CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Triii. i\ 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "And Thou Shalt Take So Gift." Oneg Shabbal and Klddush hosts: Mr and Mrs Ham Sarnol In honor of Bai Mltavan nf son, Steven, Saturday :' a.m. DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Max Zueker Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Fi |da • 30 nil' Oui • kpeaker: S'tate Att rri. Richard E Gersteln. Satura.i\ 9 a.m. Sermon: "Emancliation and i iodlli %  Mltsvah: Edward, ; son of Mr. and Mm. Stanley Steinbreoki r. PLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein. i 8:13 p.m. Rabbi %  % %  r!• shol %  'r.n ewell Messa i boa [To g t diSSlow! TEMPLE MBNORAH. 620 75th St. ,„,l Senior Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abramp enns hip (troup In honor of Rabhl owlta. Cantor Edward Klein. and MiShote Sal u rtaj 8 10 :, p m IV : Mltsvah ieffrey Lyni Tlir^c pout a place %  %  .: %  %  : • man ta her hus• wer r\i \n D • Chan • %  %  II H *• A mi • fwi" IB ROL. Re. cheer] ABO H: \s a n t %  %  : ;.-.:': hds a •J." %  :'"• %  :' II-.. • <: %  Chr-: %  %  HI N SIR* When %  • 'a d good deed do ii u iff; a cheerful hea I LEVITICUS RABBA Bin'V* W'htch teach and speal{ %  whatever u highest and best are equally sacred whatever be the tongue in which they a*c written or I the nation to which they belong. —SPINOZA ti WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform. Rabbi Sami.el Jafte. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe t. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber. Friday R p.m. B'nal B'rlth Girls service. Saturday r, p.m. Bar Mltsvah: Robert, son of Mi. and Mrs. Anthony La Sal via. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chate ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronisl* Cantor Davla Conviser. 15 j ". Sermon: "Passive Re* slstance." Saturday 10:46 a.m. — • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. — e— TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 Nf. 19th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bernstein. Frldu} 8:1" p.m. Sernv n ; "Thi Gn itn— of Lini iln," i Rabbi Morris \v. ii TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabhi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb Krlda> 8:1S p.i Ben on: "< '"i 1 \ lea n Ji I iml Mrs. I tosi n who will • in honor of Bar to < sva h o( son, .Sat i iffli ers and M< What is It is a "rolling Who was Benjamin Sheftall? lie w;i> an American Jewish patriot born in Savannah. Ga., m L735. He v.as one of the first white children born in the colony. As an adult, he founded the first synagogue iii Savannah in his house. In 1777, he was appointed commissarywas completed. general to the troops in Georgia. He later settled in Philadelphia, where he was one of the founders of the Mikvah Israel Congregation. After the revolution, he returned to Savannah and secured the land for the first Jewish cemetery. What are She-elot U-Teshubot? They arc a branch of rabbinic literature comprising an interchange of rabbinic opinion on matters of Jewish law. In English, they are referred to as "Responsa Literature." • • Who was Orkelof? TTe is reputed have been the author cf the Aram ait translation Geiilah? Hebrew word which means up." It is one of the i Mr .,:..! Mil( IN IS Shalos Se idos will :'"'.l"". • — HOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yeh.udah Hellbraun. • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. ConservHuve. Rabbi -viortjn Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. 1. 1 j,!:, .. HI %  p.m. b rmon: "The i "oiu nuo iU • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfiold. Cantor Abraham Seif Fi Idas ."•: '•" p m.. • a.m. I %  I, i i iod." i Cantor, I I ob Konlgsberg. • — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Ben Grossberg. • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW t< St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurics Klein. Frlda} P "' mi "The Bi -' Venrs." I" • >' %  bbal hosts Mr and use is derived from the injunction j \|^ h ; ;^"' s ;.;; ^'.;; Jj n ,,f hl to screen the Holy of Holies in the TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320 NE 171st st. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "The I.. and Man." Oneg Shabbal hosts: Mr and Mrs Myron Stionder In honor of birth of daughti r. Baturday 9 a.m. • TEMP-E 1ETI • N Xendall dr., S Miami. RrBaumoard Cant Friday 8:1R p m. Ta"i Mo lei n : aa I saw it," bj R "i-.II %  >!. pastor of -' '' %  • i %  : Church. Saturday Mltsvah: llc> i1 • r• ieortre llttleson. mon: VVi %  rd IJ A H .-• symbolic ceremonies of the synaigue ritual consisting of wrapping up the Scroll of Law in its vestment-, after reading of the Torah What is a Parochet? It is the Hebrew designation for the curtain hung before the Ark. Its ancient Tabernacle. Who were the Chovavei Tiion? These are two Hebrew words which mean "Lovers of Zion." They were the names of Jewish clubs organized in Russia in 1881 with the aim of moving to Palestine. Herzl's book was printed in 1835. fourteen years after 'he Lovers of Zion clubs were started. rEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th t. and Tatum Waterway. Mortem Traditional. Rahbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel GomDera. (!..|-n %  The I '••\ ; i • — TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE ICt'i ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. — • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flammao Way. Conservative. Rabol Leo Heim. I | m I II %  •' imi the Ml Isl of Wor • H es SI bliat h '•' : j) %  i of their annh .-. • urdaj 9 a.m. Si mon: VVti i. • TEMPLE ZAMORM. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Raboi E Leon Hurwitz. — • TEMPLE ZION. 5r20 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. s p n ". "What l*o We M • %  Ish Low Bs I urday M Itsva h Rol t, son "f \\i mi Mrs Mi. v. II Malsel: Marc, XI Jai K Fine Kid%  : ish hosts: I'. rents of i: % % %  rl and .' e — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Cantor Albert Glantz. • YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinm' Cantor Morris Berger. Fi Iday v n in Bi rn o "1 Ini o n't i -.-.II | • nUiiiii. • '.-i\ 9 a. in. TEMPLE BETH HO LYYOUNG Ortn. o MEL. %  ^ ibbi fth It st at. uber.



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n j the le> bldg.. working against the deadline Ol a Mar. 1 opening Dining at King Arthur'.Court the Joe (Castaways) Harts and the EU(Ramblen C re-pis ... Annual winter vacationers here since the 20s are har.eand Cora Rosen thai Ol New York, who recently arrived al the Eden Roc hotel for Mr. R. recently made a grant to Brandeis i ".i\er-i:v l'n-t entertainment was dinner at lony Sweet's, With the F.i-enber-and /ilberls. ol Miami Beach. DOStS Rabbi and Mr-. Pinchus Tci'.z and daughter. Bill, a! [fa Sterling loplbelr usual winter visit .. The rabbi will also inaugurate Daf Hashovua-Tal.nu.hc Seminar of the Air—for the s,xth year 1 irst program to ha\e been aired Thursday at 11:30 a.m. After that, Fridays at 2:30 p.m. • Birthda/e: It's a second child for Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Wei.-s Born Jan 18 at Jackson Memorial Hospital was Stephen, who joins •ister Andrea age 20 months Cantor William Lipson. of Beth i.avid officiate I at the Bus on Jan. 26 Grandparents are the Louis Bernstein-, of llialeah, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Weiss, of Jersey City • Parentlor the first time are Norma and Stuart Sloltz. ol 11440 SW 57th st.. So Miami Melissa Gayle weighed in at six lbs.-five <>/ Jan. 18 at Ml. Sinai Hospital Grandparents are Mr. ft. Joseph Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stoltl, all of Miami |i\ia Levin just 7. is an aunt for the second time Sister Mrs Edward! Kaplan, of 2243 NE 170th St., gave birth to a 1 daughter. Adina Jacueline. who will be called "Jackie' be[she arrived on Jan. 20. inauguration day Jackie s Sister, lis 2 Grandparents are the senior Kaplans and Mr. and Reuben (Trixie) Levin Great-grandmother. Marie Bnckcr. energetic 72. and has her 2.700-hour pin with two stars for her fas a Pink I.adv in the -nack bar of ML Smai Hospital Ihoda and Morris Levitt, of 8505 SW 107th St., are inviting to op,.,, House on Sunday afternoon, 2 to 5 p.m.. to celebrate b ofson Allen Harold on Feb. 3 ... He> joins sister Mich. in months Grandmothers are Mrs. Yetta Levitt and Mrs. Lei man Rhoda is president of Greater Miami AEPhl. dFewiL; Miami. Florida, Friday, February 10. 1961 Section B During a pause in the rehearsal of the T rixie Levin skit, "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend.' members of the cast crown Mrs. David Miller (seated) with a tiara, symbolizing the Jewel Luncheon of the Combined Jewish Appeal. They'll all be performing on Friday noon. Feb. Fashion Designer Gets ORT Award An '•Afternoon in Rome"' is being sponsored by Women's American ORT with an all-Italian fashion -how and luncheon in the Grand ballroom of the Fontaincbleau hotel on Tuesday noon. Feb. 21. Gregoriana of Rome, world-famous haute couturier and designer lor the Queen ol Spain. Princess Margaret, of England, and manyroyal and socially-prominent people, will appear in person to receive ORT's int ;national "Jennie ia-hion award. Princess Marina Sterbato will be commentator. Margarel Newman Stearn is co-ordinating chairman; Mrs. Irving Tillis, chairman of Greab r Miami chapter: Mrs. Florence Kupperman, chairman oi [sii i %  •, diaper; and Mrs Louis Baron, chairman Ol Miami Beach Afternoon chapter. Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training is a program for rebuilding human lives through vocational education. 17. at the Everglades hotel. The blonde chorus includes (left to riqht) Mrs. Stanley Levitch. Mrs Howard Grove. Mrs. Bertram Schrank. Mrs. William Wickman. and Mrs. Levin, author and producer. (See story. Page 4-B.) Torah Fund Fete For Sisterhood Sisterhood of Temple Emanu El Torah Fund Tea on Tuesday will be highlighted by the appearance of Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation. Cantor Hirsh Adler will present several musical selections. Mrs. Murry Korelzky will offer a medley of popular songs. The tea will be held at the home of Mrs. Daniel Dubbin al 1 P 01. Troceeds are for support of the Jewish Theological Seminary Of America. Chairman of the affair and general Torah Finn. irmen are Harry Korel Mrs, Alfred • At the recent dedication of the Temple Menorah Library held in the newly-constructed Social Hall. Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz Sisterhood president, inscribes a book plate, while lookina on are Mrs. Frank Nankin, luncheon chairman. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, and Mrs. Sol Frankel. PTA president. Cardiac Fashion Show Wednesday South Dade chapter ol National Children's Cardiac Hospital will sponsor a lashion show Wednesday, 8:30 p.m at the Biscayne Terrace haul. Mr-. Hc'imiT M "' ;in M chapter members will model furs, dresses and accessories. AH funds raised are for the benefit of Ihe research department of the National ChildrenCardiac ital. Mrs Ben smith is president, and Mrs Martin Levin is in charge of t k< Is.



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Foe = Foge 4-B fJenisfi f/cricJi&jr? Friday. February 10, igg. *--•' ^ • ewel on Every Table" is the decorations are (left to right) Mrs. Harold Rand, Mrs. Irving %  'erne to be carried out at the "Jewel Luncheon" Cypen. Mrs. Harold Stone, and Mrs. Da\ the CJA Donors Division on Feb. 17 at the Cabman. -glades hotel. Members of the committee Mystery Box to be Awarded at Women's CJA 'Jewel Luncheon' in the Everglades \ chorus of blonde beauti original skit based on the Carol .mning classic "Dian nds ire a 1'.Best Friend," and the aw ar I a mystery box c intaining a vails jewel, will be feal the CJA "Jewel Luncheon" on Friday noon. Feb. 17. at the Ever. lades hotel. •Irs. Jean C Lehman, chairman the Donor-' Divisi n (und-raisaid that "this year's pr 1 be original i I uniqu •. proling a combination of mural work, gifWsurprises, and a tc ua note—an address by an out• .nding community and a ministrator." The second bi-'.' %  iction in behall of the 1%: Comied Jewish Appeal is expected attract a record crowd to the I erglades room !n the entertainment spotlight • 11 be a chorus inde el ." aingi rs and dancers w appeared locally before or. nizations and club Sevei i to the in %  •'ing Troupe Last year. it Ahich was reit Its original skit i i too in the South F -.-a. s" I SERVED IN A GIASS OB A CUP TETIEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Y. there $ Yom To spirit in thu fine tea...' rlivor crushed' /or fullest strength inJ stimuU:ion ... richer tSSH md pleasure with your fleisbigs and milchifts and bccr* meal refreshment.., Horowitz. Mrs. Stanley Levitch, Mrs. David Miller. Mrs Sj nt> rg, Mrs. Bertram Schrank, and Mrs. William Wicknian. Original lyrics were written especially fcr the Combined Jewish Apeal women by Tri.ve Levin Pianist will be Mrs. Howard Grove An urgent message about Greater Miami's social services will be brought to the women's affair by Arthur S. Rosichan. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, whose experience as a social service administrator Covers a span of nearly 30 years in major IS. and Canadian cities Subject of his address will be "Women's Giving—Our Community's Added Strength Mrs Mayer Abramowitz will deliver the invocation. Guests at the luncheon will be Sam J. Herman, Federation president; Joseph M Lipton. general campaign chairman of the L961 CJA; and Mrs. Morns Goodman Women's Division cam-. i chairman. Mrs. Lehman named the follow-' to head up committees for the luncheon Mrs. Irving Cypei jewel chairman; Mrs. Ha il I Si ne iim • hostess man Sdward Oppenht S I SUverm m are • i Mrs I d and Mrs %  f the CJA Donors Mea : Rubin. S r fund Irivi • lira gifts f theii C fA's 5" h< altfa ii %  • i callin at FR Cedars Auxiliary Talent Awards Lunch Tuesday s. H. B. Ies en v ihah'OjflMqj n RospH I Auxiliary war I Lunch on Tues lay r.< Ei er glades hot< I aftei :. Will be •T dents" n | ed a year ago when u' '' % % %  %  %  !'•' %  • : -i ifoi year pel I %  in turn %  • arn a p own partii tal %  th< I ; • A'O i have ear ned i 1 %  \ i %  I h e G fash Mrs. Her erl • %  also sold nows-pai Mt -.i.imeR and J htsi eii trip. M Sapiro talent was i %  wi iting and wrote ne I lull ami tint Pres Mrs Nathaniel Levin held a "Day at the Keys." where she entertai Bake Sale Here Monday Women's Division of •! ,. rjj^: b r oi Commerce oi Surts • %  •'. ''u Harl lur and Baj il •'. Lj? ining a baitivrfale I „.! 20 from 10 -.i to • 2: SurJ MR. AND MRS. SCHWARTZ Beach Couple Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz will celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary Sunday. Feb. 19, at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. Attending the celebration will be their children. Mr. and Mrs Jack Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs Ii Schwartz, and Mr. an ; Mrs Maurice W Nil 1 -. Ichil In -. % % %  grandchildren, sisters ind relatives ex Mr Mrs. S hve a) Miami Women Plan Luncheon at thi Theluncheoi %  I %  Mei • %  Harrj Panel Studies Basic Needs The basic needs which the 1 ft> 1 session of the Florida Legislature ; should consider were outlined by a panel of experts a: the last meeting of the Greater Miami Section, National Council oi Jewish Women, held lasi week at Temple Krael. "We need improved probation facilities said State Attorney Rich ard Gerstein. "It costs about $250 j a year to put a man on probation.. bui a ci sts many times that to i him at Raiford. Sending a first offend* r to Raifor i. Gerstein him a college educain crime. A better rehabilitation program would help prevent repeat crim Gersti ii .: I ade county needs %  "er recn better .... nip crime before • thi • si 1 ools re en as 1 hours 11 roups an I • %  v-ii rn,er 1 11 I e the Federa Ii : %  s I Hem \ • Gordon, Man I pol, Fay,. V m r SCORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie f'ee SuMne • lUftim L McUfc iwhn.r SWEETEB THAN SUCAt TIT NO TOOO VALUi Recommendtd b doctoit 'o *a")t cj. ovftadjnti nd lo caionc duis. Use lor bt.njjtv dtsseili, cooking. Pu'e Comptetd, rurmltji. t u. lit SUAIUNTHD NON fATTININS ASK FOR Certified Kosher tinder strict Rabbuueul Supervision AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE ToGUST BROS Ry E *" is the BEST.' BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKR CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC JE 1-7117 Proceeds >< ill bt sup; on ol the lib '' lirman, Senior Citizens Unit Opens American Federation zens e< lebrated 1 i's national offices her. ing at the Bla Offici %  1 Deep rich mellow tasty... MCHLESS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy it sliced orini tasty chunk toda: sandwiches, onu salads, canapes .. • f r breakfast, lunch, per ami icebox raid It'a the one ch< everybody io^ • true ta'ain of Swi land! 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Friday, February 10. 1961 vjmist fhrktiam Page 15-B Food Fair Plans Ultra Modern Site South Beach irclri Frieriland. division manr fi wthcrn Division of Food 5:r-es. has announced plans a new ultra-modern supermar00 Miami Beach a! the esf corner of 10th St. and It or. rd. 0 \r. -ussing the plans. Friedpd said that "the intensive reI'elcpment plans lor the South f... h area and the increasing conpitration on the west side of ultraIdem, multi-storied apartment Rises have created a need for a ipermarket to match the area's K ting new concept We are lanning such a store.* "As in the past 11 years, we Strive always to give the service 'hat ineeded, where it is needed And. as Miami Beach continues its vigorous growth, we hope to grow with it and provide the ultimate in shopping services, the convenience ..nd value that is the basic aim of ;.il Food Fair operations." The new supermarket will have 20,000 sq. ft. of floor space, and parking for ISO cars will be provided. It will be staffed by approximately 100 employees. Structurally, hot':', inside and nut the market will incorporate in its plans the newest, most modern materials, features and developments in store design. "Dramatic use of color, natural and artificial lighting. ar. t .:.:.. va'ions in layout will be coordinated to create a store oi unusual eye-appeal and beauty and to prov... the maximum in shopping east.' Friedland declared. "The r.i % %  market v ^reafe.'" • %  -. ety and to UMT ci '.imi cci ie; .-,"jalit> : %  • 1">DA ;: ~pected and graded :. esh produce. ., .. lairj goods and Fi foods^.u:,.: a wide .-election of freshcaught sea food. Food Fair plans to start constroctior, of the new supermarket wtDnri six •( eight '-seeks, and store opening is planned for within five months. brother; foui sisters wr.d six gnrndilldren Service* w< • Fel 5 at Rivslde Memorial Chapel, Dought* rd. LEGAL NOTICE MRS. HELVNE A SHELDON S7, %  %  •" ve.. died !•'. She i ami New fork. But ni • Ben a eon • i Bernlci two hrol Rivet •• Isli E KLEBER • .. : i I • • • • -!,.'!> and i" • i m< i %  ton I %  nt of the Miami %  • %  i Mil Ma tx i .w I f i !. %  .i .. Aiii'.. and four fi .i •• i< • wet %  n Puneial Hinn< NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l.HBRKFty tllVKN (hi in.in i 'signed, %  1 %  i ng tci engan 1 -II.. lii" il ioUS M. Ill Ci >RA V RINOS al Rii hnrd"s l >• in -\! .imi. Florida Intel with 11 i 'IHI l lit Court of I i:uli%  '•• 1. v ifi >ND HARRIS HARRY WILLIAM K< T' • | rt %  %  leant* Si 2 lo-17-i'i that in %  .if ni •• %  •• DAV DA KLEINMAN 18, da Hi \lrn H K nmi ii, ol I SW !>Mh st died Peb. rieni .-In n .. mi mix r of thi I -i... lit' i • nter youth group at ti %  ': %  ii SI i i. ndoah Junloi lliuh l:. suiihei parents, -Inleaves a -i>:. i .'•. ni and .. _: andmothi r %  Servii • • I • reb 3 at Gordon Funer1 al Homi MEYER BEIBIN ;:.. ..f KOi Washington ave., died Jan 81. He eami hen ieven year* ago from Sew York Surviving are .* n, Harold, and ;-. daughter Services were Peb .' al Rlveraldi Memorial Chapel. Washinuti n n\ • MRS MAY FELSHMAN ',:. of • %  Met Ii ai avi dli 'i Jan -!,., %  %  .. %  %  rom N< v yortc City. Surviving an her husband, i.i i -. ., da %  '• Mi G\ el} n Strelff; two brut Ing 1 ..-!•: Plotki lert %  — v %  %  Feb I iil:.:.. Mi I CI i %  Wash• IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COL'T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No 51684.C IN RE Em Zi:i i. \ WINES ilCRNS I' NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'M hum nnil All I'trn ill i.'I' .. i i %  : I mands Agalnt-i iid Estati : Vo i are h< i eb> not Ifled and i • .| I ed to present an> claims and demands: which you maj havi aga nsl the • of ZKI.I.A VUNES M'RNH dee. •: lati b\ Dad< i 'ount>, Ilorlda, ti i "i mntj Judgi of I lade 'ount) file the sain..ii their offices In he Count) Courthouse In Rade County, Florida, within eight calendai mi ht frmii the date of the first publii on hereof, "i tin -am. will In liaiTed SAM I SILVER, Administrator I'.'illut. Silver, Pallot, Stern & Mintz Attorne> 117 i: -i... to M illding Miami, !' While Mrs. Ira E. Mogul, 5901 SW 63rd ct., a Heart Sundcy coordinator, and Dr. Jean Jones Perdue, president oi the Greater Miami Heart Assn., look en, Micm: Mayor Robert Kina High lights the giant Hecrt-cr.c-Torch. insignia of the month-long February observance of National Heart Month.. Heart Sunday, Feb. 26," climaxes the observance. Heart-and-Torch may be seer, through February al Biscayne blvd. ana NE 5th st. Mrs. Mogul will hold a special heart program for volunteer workers at Tem ple Beth Am on Feb. 16. Temple Groups fo Meet SpOT'sG D.r£C'rQr v rill meet p.m.. al 1 ••< I A m Th.orgi nizati is ct mpleting p.. ce on Feb, 19. VRS. MOLLY GOLDMAN • ': • ... %  \ • •. Y V. %  %  are threi Cohen, Mrs Vetta %  %  • • HI • n .m i Riverside M MRS BELLE LIEEROFF -%  .. f • Mi. :' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN %  the mi lersl ned desiring, to ei ii -.undei tli. fictitious na I KVNRISE Sl'XDRIES at I -.-.I Mian Intend) to r.-..in. A ni, thi i "let k ol thi %  • %  in t .-f I iade i 'ount .. hlorida. I KAS KYRIAKi >H %  i in i%  i .--. %  ROTH • .in' .. ,', ,! Si l.il In i.r vv ter %  it •1<) Outgoing Master Freemasons Fete Over 500 Freemasons and their wives honored Norton S. Pallot. immediate past master of Hibiscus Masonic Lodge, on Sunday at thr Carillon hotel. J. Edwir. Larson, state treasurer and insurance commissioner who ia also grand master nf Masons in Florida, paid tribute to Pallot. who preside:;: t f the Norton Tire Co.. ind vice pre>ident of Biscayne Federal Sa\i.-.tand Loar. Assn. ,'erorr.t 5 Merlin, pi esenl aster .: Hibuc the festivit Sephardic Jewish Center Dinner dance in honor of the officers of the Sephardic Jewish Center will be held Sunday at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Elia Gabay is president, and Sam Gorman is chairman ol the evening Free loan Installation fl resin Lean As-: stallatior. 2S. 6 p.n. Hyman Ch. man. Miami Financiers To Buy Stock A prtup of prominent Miamians headed by J, A. Cantor, president of the Cantor Co.. is making arrangements to purcha>estock in the amount ol $1,800,000 in the In.al Bank of Israel Amiel Brown, Southeastern resentati rnment oi ritj %  -,.t nstitutioi •'. %  i vesting gr | i S '. %  S %  : -..'• Li r. ai Ncmed to Camps r of the ... %  •• ....n of the munitj Center has been named associate director for Camp Aquilla for girls and Camp Arundel for boys in Raymond. Me. The camps are lakefront. and programs include such activities as tennis, golf, water-skiing, arts and crafts, and trips. Openings are available for juniors and teens from 15 to 17 years of age. Fleischer. 38. lives at 570 NE 1171st st.. No. Miami Beacn. He i spent 38 years as a physical education teacher and coach in the Elizare;h. N.J.. school system. He is lormer owner and director of Camp Cherokee. Beach Lake. Pa. MRS -W A • %  NDELKORN S '"• • %  %  %  Sel •-.•:• %  : ut I iMeLOUIS WE'NWURM S .." %  -: led Jiin "" H. %  nm New •. • idini Mn hen i '. I one urandi-1 Id; and thret •eat-gr.tndchildn %  ..... i', n Rh Mi ...1 I")-,..I •!. I'i Utl.l: %  ERNST KREUTZER g\\ ;i. -t died 1 • i 6 Hi .ai.i. ), %  :• 20 >.;.,.ago from Autru. wat .. • ownet anil a %  i : M; m Hi Li • 'ongn t.i:inn. S rvlvor* in>tide iu Ife, Else ^, • r ankli and a siati r, Mr*. Rlsa \ .. Service* wen Pi b. 7 in i; rdi ii P mi ral Hi m< Saul Ashkenazy Dies in Israel Saul As • 2830 Douglas if a hear: S % %  '. %  isiting Isra< I 5 59. A i ••• %  %  VAX VOGEL :.. • 13' Me n ave.. dlei rive >• %  .irs sjto from ... etlred i \'. •• Mat -. • \ iVn it, Itlt i • LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE \DER FICTITIOUS NAME -AW \ ." : • N • .. : %  • e -Il • • %  -. N %  Dev. ~-r C VAN BBOCKL N • -. : %  • %  : ..• Mi • SAMUEL 1 cr t Ti i Byri Pt i 4. He B.> %  i8urvl\ o, France*; twt I aoni leff: i tt'i t L %  .:•• i ).;' Irei Pervicei w< n Pi ..Rivi rsli :•:• .l*lt Paid-up members meet at a Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhooc luncheon. Left to right (seated) are Mrs. Joseph Schmeltzer, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader, and Mrs. Labovitt. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Samuel Gomberg. Lcu:s Cohen, president of Sisterhood, Yvette Siiberger, chairman of membership, and Henrietta Fine, chairman of life membership. MORR'S RAT\ER 57, Ol ..... i •. %  • : I ..-.. • • ". %  I • %  • %  brothel %  : %  • %  %  %  HARRY A. BERLEY >\v i ;• ti Pel j i %  ;. NY %  I 'A % %  ,.. • •.'. %  • • %  %  M ; • in ami Mr* Eleanoi i iiman. %  N THE EOTNTT JL'OQE S :C.R •. ftND D D^DE CC-STl PLOR DA. IS "RCEATE 516SC B \ %  • ti %  • tNRAI> •..•.%! I •• NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cu It !' %  r n na oi Demand* Against Bald ti Vi' I .... ti present i • -: ..t. nf i < >NR \1 LAN] 'Bl '.. •. • I • • '. inty, .mi) ••'...• es In the • %  ...-• -i : i :. from oi the 1 ition \: : %  "it Mian 1NTHECIRCL TCObRTOFT-i = ELEiEN'M JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN s : -;R DAOE COUNTY. iFLORlDA. iN CHANCERY. \0. 6X 820 PAVlP KOLSKY, • • •• NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I ,\. %  '. ;•. \ v Ti >C ARE HEREBY Ni rTIFIEB to -• \ •i. • up) of youi Answer t Complaint for l •\\ %  d KK-' msi >..;i ..ii i'lalntiff al torn< >-s, Hi:i:\STEIN & MILLER, Congress Rullding. Miami 32, Florida, and to till the irteInai thereof with the Clerk "t thi %  Court, on or before the 27th day %  February, 1961, otherwise .i D Pro Confwso "ill be entered i-ml you. Dated .it Miami, Dade County, rlor Ida, this .'ith day of January, I • : i: l: NBA THERM AN < ':• • k nt th. Circuit Court (seal) Bj K M. I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk 1 27, l/S• It IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 51200-C %  IN RE: E*tatc of .'i SE1 H I. REDINOER I i NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.i All '"ii'iit'i! and All Pet ns oi I >em tnds Aga Int IL-I.i -i V"i notified and re i rsent i d< havi against thi tnte PH I. REDINtlER deNEW Yi'KK i I idH iiliin -' : : hi \ '.OER %  %  %  I %  \ I, %  NT\ JUDGES COURT N AND FCI DADE COUNTY. FLOR CA IN PROBATE No. 51495 C •.. of MAI •-.'•:. M i %  eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Persons Hai-ng i 'la. %  %  i.. ii..ui. N Against Said Estati It .1 ^lllil I %  e.|lll! 1 il '.' proseni Imi and 11 • %  ...\. .lu.iinst the of MAI I.i iSE, M 1' .1.. • I • Count} Florida, to (hi of Dade County, and • In thi-.i offices in the In Dade < %  • u n t >. • • .I!I ndat in rirsi publii .-• \i ill I., bat: • '. %  ET TURK R08E. trlx i \ | %  i nla 2/3-1 1-17-M



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Friday, February 10, 1961 1 Ztjar ! %  • Rabe- Maiiel Temple Zii : be the site of the Bar Mitzvah i R .bert, son ot -Mian.I Mr? Ma< k! Maizel. on Saturday morning, Feb. 11, with Rabbi Aiin-i Waxn .. dating. Robert i s i n the seventh grade at West Miami lunior High School. His parents will host the Kiddush in his honor following services. • Jeffrey Kaslofsky Rabbi Ber.-ur' Shoter will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey. %  %  Ml M Joseph Kaslof**ynuni sen ices on Saturdav : LI. at Fla ler-Gra w itj l nter. %  h a le at gh and P ,a 3 : nd. A • N n stain %  Seymour Rcsen Sen %  Da vid. t %  %  %  Satu Mor ris Skop willo • S( '.'' m : : ha ., student in the Hebrew schools for iwo > wil enter the con firmal He is in the eighth gi Ponce de Leon Junior Hi His pan Ms will host the Kiddush following sen • Marc Fine Marc, Mf. and Mrs. Jack Fine, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Fob ll. at Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Marc is an eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High and a member of the school band and Bov S< outs. Mr and Mrs Fine will host the Kiddush in his honor. Eselle Sir B is Mitzvah at the Saturday mornice of Temj le Emanu-El on Feb. 11 Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leadi of the congregation, ate. Estelle is o i ighth grad stu' •< • %  lau I Mr and Mrs. dent at Ma M. Fisher Junior High : s; v celebrate her an l< E nanu E reRCEfftT il. She is a member of the Ida M Fishi r on hestra ture Teachers ,>t America i i libi arii i A rcce] %  Gov. Bryant Will be Guest Speaker At •Outstanding Cifeens' Brealifasi Friday p i R %  %  ill ii, are '" "illt* for I980v | • 5 mnu standing c tizei %  I m i n Ft day, 8 a.m.. at the McAllisti i hotel. Sanford M. Swerdlin is chairm the breakfast n i eting Judges include George Beebe, managing editor. Miami Herald; Ralph Renick, vice president and news director. WTVJ; and Fred K Shochet, editor and publisher. The Jew ish Florl iian. M. !. ; • •. presi lent of thi • Da e Feder mgs i nd I \--. will m: ce the presentati i in cl •. ns HOLLYWOOD—Shimon Wince!berg, author of Kataki." was the only guest at a recent Jewish wedding who wore a yarmelkah the enure evening. Wincelberg served in combat intelligence In Okinawa during World War II. After the hostilities, he conducted the { ir-t Yom Kippur services ever !• I I it the Imperial Japam se Military Academ; in Tokyo. fcGogi i • Robert pifkirul the b u rister i r i the !. John one >f Jewrj'fairest jfen I I i i -... ild Sh< I. Tl fcothei ent )e same cau sraeli i Kinlet, :|nim< nt. linarily, no pro I .StS c 0 ii sso : %  Israel a.%  II (Uui d Ii e Gogi Grant wasn't willing to by-pass. Bless her! Congratulations to Arthur Freed, veteran producer and song writer, who has been named producer of the 33rd annual Academy Awardpresentation Apr. 17. Arthur and hiwife. Renne. have one daughter. Barbara Saltzman. and two grandchildren. They live in Bel Air, and are members of Wilshire Temple. Freed was born in Charleston, S.C. He was Bar Mitzvah in Seattle, Wash. His dad ii d a fui re store in Vancouver, B.t Michael I an Ion raisi mon \v for the S al Home for Dei vet H • all hi • fan mail g T v fai membi ip fee of SI to th • : As a n suit. •.c I two plaques from : • H lich lauded him : the ideal that the cause of the child is the cause of hi inanity. Nominees are James N. McArthur, Paul H. Marks, J. Mark Stanley, jr., Dr. and Mrs. H. Franklin Williams, Neil D. Coetes, Simon E. Rubin, Thomas J. Kelly, William A. Graham, William D. Pawley, Irving Schafxman, Walter B. Lebowitz, Dr. C. Roy Angell, Marcus O. Sarokin, William C. Martin, Wendell N. Rollason, Louis B. Hoberman. And Mesdames James A. Morgan, Charles E. Enterline. Era Mae Furr. Eloise Perry. H. Benjamin Gillentine. Vivian Hoffman. T. T. Stevens and Miss Flora E. O'Brien. One outstanding man and one BB Council Plans Social Evening South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges will present a social evening Fob 26 at the Americana hotel. All members who joined Bnai B'rith during the recently-concluded member-hip drive will be initiated by a degree team from North Shore Lodge. The class will be called "Arnold Ellison Class' in honor of Arnold D. Ellison, district membership and activities director. District president elect Judge Milton A. Friedman will welcome the new members on behalf of District 5. and state past president George Talianoff will charge the class. Council president Jack Fink II art as m, tei ceremon In to the r Miami lodgi also will be lodges fi '.-ii Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood. Lunch and Dinner Served Daily (ANDLFUCHT INN In The Heart ot Coconut Grove Banquet Facilities — Cocktail Lounge Hen-y Le:tson. Mor. Maxim** 9neomparaMe Trench Cuisine 9516 HARDING AVE. MIAMI BEACH UN 6 1654 AT THE PIANO BAR DAVID LEROUX II here >U>JM WAT %  .' 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':•<--<•• Friday, February 10, 1961 +Jewish*! fteridtifeun Page 9-B _• %  uliAMI chap'er of Hadassah *^' held Its I asl Presidents u last al i .11 perm ot< G ,. ductii ns m Mrs irray ne • of the daj fon • %  blue woven cotton j ck< | A white fl pattern wai in thi fabric, and featured white chiff m with a jabot neck! e %  Betty Bi \ '... %  jky, president, chose a white linen sheath fortbt co brunch and fashion show. Her I ess had white lace inserts in the l>odice. and she won a HQaU While pillbox hat. .LcveJy Roberta Peters, coloratura of the Metropolitan Opera Company, will star in the Enqlish language version of "Martha," by von Flotow, bepng presented under the ausices of the Opera Guild of iami on Feb. 20 and 25 at ade County Auditorium and eb. 22 at Miami Beach Audi'toriuiri. SAFETY HARBOR SPA Flor.di's Famed M'neral So-injs Hea'th Resort Flo'"'a's new-st an 1 largest Health ancl Baths Pavl ion, New Luxury mineral witjr pool, patio, solaria and gyirnasium. ring %  > ii nroci am ol Individ ..,1 .i ml pi l tnM Ml i. •]. %  lin,--. sroll in ; \ pi i Inhina, hite sand i„.. — OUR 16th YEAR — "Imitated But Not Equaled" ONE HOUR BY AIR TO TAMPA & ST. PETERSBURG PROSPECT 6-1161 Mrs Abe Ar run it* who acted as toastmastei i hose a black and white silk p >ath. Mrs. Abrali im Kasow selected a stril g i r.semble ol white silk "i h< r she itl and a Chanel-style %  w hite nj Ion tulle over whiti sil •;. Her jacket was embroidered in red roses, and the roses were also appliqued across the Empire line of her dresa Mr-. Stephanie Klein chose a light-weight wool jersey in a soft grey color. I; was a two-piece jacket style dress with a low neckline and crossed-tab front. Founder president. Mrs. Harvey Herman, wore a lilac and white wool jersey. The white top was embroidered in the same shade of lilac as her skirt. Her blackjeweled gloves were a pair she brought back from a recent visit to Rome. Mrs. David Adler chose a honey beige silk organza with self colored embroidery; and Mrs. David Brandt wore a bone colored brocaded ensemble with a black feathered' hat. Visiting from Cedarhurst. L.I.. Mrs. Jack Israel was stunning In a black silk alpaca suit, softened with a pale pink chiffon bodice. Mrs. Maurice Swan chose a combination of black wool jersey and taffeta, and highlighted it with shocking pink gloves and mariboufeathered hat lulRS. Max Paul wore a light mwm luggage-tan wool jersey sheath. Her scooped neckline was banded in salin. and the bodice was jeweled. White and lilac were a popular combination, and Mrs. Jack Walker used them in her checked jacket over a white dress. Her small clutch bag was the same fabric as her cardigan%  styled jacket Black and white plaid was worn by Mrs Murray Smith. Her suit was topped with a high fashion chapeau of black silk. Mrs, Max Bergman, who won 1 the prize of a trip to Nassau, chose white wool for the afternoon. Collarless, it featured oversize patch pocketand tabs finished with pearl buttons A powder blue \ '1 knit thai she bought while in Israel, was worn by Mrs. Louis Levinson. It had a semi -nautical collar of heavv bulk knit. The style show was presented by Don Mullen, of Miracle Mile, and club member models had their coiffures styled by J. Baldi. Your columnist was coordinator and commentator for this presentation, which included the newest in sportswear to the latest in fabricand gowns. Zimmermcins Will Live m Texas Benita Joyce Pawliger and Ronald Zimmerman wore married Saturday. Feb. 4. in the home ol her parents, Mr and Mrs. Max Piuvliger, 8290 sw 61st ave.. with R Morion M,;la\ skj officiatl The groom is ;hi' -on of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zimmerman, of Gainesville. Florida. The nrw Mrs. Zimmerman is a graduate of Com! Gables High, and attend.the University ot Floi Her husband graduate I from the Gainesville High School, jr. I was in thi service with field artillery ra I. r for three years, 10' monthof that time in Korea. He i: %  v. ,, iphomoi• in l l! ring al the University of Flo la and is a mi ol th %  Ami rican institute tnc .: Enj in ers After a wed trip thi Florida I I. .>iana. th c will reside in Ft. Worth. Tex where Mr. Zimmerman is temporarily employed by the Convair Corp. Lat?r thej will return to Gainesville, where ho will resume his studies at the University of Florida. Rummage Sale Slated Sisterhood ol Temple Ada'h Y h iirun will hold a rummage sale at ens' Market. N\v 62nd st., on F r i d a y an-' Sunda) Ar ments tor pic'; up of rummage was to be made by calling Mrs, Honey Salzman or Mrs ( Dorf. A paid-up membership buffo" -upper will be held for Sisterhood members on Wednesday. 8 p.m., at the Temple building. Grossmans Tell Daughter's Troth Mr .and Mrs. Murry B. Grossman. &335 SW 149th dr., announce ; the engagement of their daughter, Dawn Beth, to Moses J. Grundwerg. | son of Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg and the late Samuel M. Grundwerg. 4561 Prairie ave., Miami Beach. Miss Grossman is a native Miamian and honor graduate of Miami Senior High School. She attended the University of Florida, where she was an affiliate of Alpha Epsilon Phi. representative and executive officer of Women* Student Assn.. and member ot Florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau. She is graduating from the school of education at the University of Miami in June. Her fiance is a member of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountant*, a cum laude grad-. uate of the University of Miami law school, where he was appointed to the dean's committee for service and leadership, and past chancellor of Tau Epsilon Rho legal fraternity. He is associated in the practice of law with Seymour J. Simon and Richard J. Hays He is president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, secretary of Beth Israel Congregation and the Hebrew Academy The couple will be married in June. Coral Way Ladies To Hear Pianist The Thursday. F %  16 of the iisterl if Coral \v. > %  Jewish Center at 8:30 p ill feature Ji • %  Mis uel irises i .. • Music of Ro nance Ai Marisi al, winni thi l City ilia i sc! "Ian | in mm .-* al ; • %  • nt doing :< at the Unn %  -..-.:. .... Joseph Tarplt, v i plaj ; ic oil's I m %  \ >. 2 in C minor wi h i • Symphi ay Orch ol Mi the Sisterh he A : ol | m songs, which Mrs. Eli; senberg will ;.;,j the audience .r. ins M Leo Weinstein .program chairman for the t\ MRS. RONALD ZIMMERMAN Miss Vendeland Engagement Told Mr and Mrs. Herbert Vendeland. 3733 SW 26th tor.. Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter, Tobi Ann. The groom-to-be is Paul Albert Marchand. He is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. Willurd Marchand. 241 \ Shore dr.. Miami Beach. Study Groups Will Meet Wednesday All study groupof the seven divisions of the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, will attend a regular meetinof the Dado County School Board on Wednesday l p.m.. at th? Board of Public instruction, Lindsaj Hcpkin> bldg., Miami. Greater Miami Section is an or. cation of over 2.000 women v ho carry on v aried volunteer services in the community, awell as an educational program on natio* nal and international affair-. Mrs. Sidney Lew is is resi lent. Miaitl -' ,..1 j;ory Schso • Ann PHI J-'** AND JMUCLrm SEMOS HIGH SCHOOL i Accelerated Diploma Courses Aft-r'Srhool Help-Cl.iss, s ir All Subject* I intensive Coach rj for O.ieg %  Entr Exnms. See Yellow Pg. 655. Ph 8k 530-526 NE 79th St. Uf. Bisc. Blvd V-V PL 7-7623 Free Brochure ^"V A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9 8401 RRmnR Bowling Team Being Formed Sam Berke. chairman of the athletic committee of Yehudah Moshe, has announced that a bowling team is being formed. The League -till has vacancies Swimsuit Fashion Show Wednesday Annual Sisterhood Luncheon of Temple Beth Sholom will be held on Wednesday in the Pompeii room of the Eden Roc hotel, according to an announcement by Mrs. Harvey E Kramer, president A swimsuit extravaganza by Rose Marie Reid will be brought in from California for this affair Mrs. Murray Sonnett and Mrs. Charles Silvers are co-chairmen of the function. Ticket chairmen are Mrs Robert Goodman and Mrs. Samuel Hirsch. The luncheon will feature prizes, and favors. Funds raised will go to the Sisterhood^ religious school subsidy fund. When you buy drapes BUY QUALITY & WORKMANSHIP OUR CUSTOM WORKROOM has proved many times the finest performance in every job. That's why WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION! CALL TU 8-0265 *FREE ESTIMATES DRAPES • SLIP COVERS • BEDSPREADS EDWARDS INTERIOR ASSOCIATES 1821 East 4th Avenue Hialeah, Fla. When in ISRAEL BUY BROADTAIL ROSENBLUM FURS LTD. 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Fr. Jay c February 10, 1961 8 vJen is? ML ir/Wiir Page 3-A Climax Nears in Mapai Party Fight TEL AVIV— JTA —Israel %  en-Gurion to i iHFOM I last week. %  — — Prenzie I In the Mapai secretariat which followed the Prime Minister's surprise resignati in brought a decisive turn when Finance Minister Levi Eshkol ranks of the Mapai moderates in the struggle a new Government based on the same parties as the prior one and in so doing, urged Mapai not to purge Lavon. Frr M.;:M: Ministers—including Eshkol and Mrs. Golda Men-, [s-allying pledges to the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal by resisntAol Miarrv. 3er:h at a recent campaign kick-off breakfast --re(lft to rig'-: A::-.c'.d Seeder, vice chairman of Initial G:::s; ft.. I. Molasky host ~:ad co-chairman of Miami Beach Residents ~iTision; Max K:'.'seph Morris and Joseph M. Rose, co-chairmaof Miami Saach Reside:-.:s. and declared that Lavon had to go. rael's Foreign Minister %  were The embattled Histadrut leader, among those joining in the Dec. 25 presaged the coming victory for .Cabinet vote of approval. Mrs Ben-Gunon by indicating he did Meir and Minister of Trade Pinhas not intend to make his ouster an Sapir became so infuriated at one Israel Bonds to Launch National Confab Af Miami Beach Bar Mitzvah Observance P The T961 i %  .•. • s-ate ui ael Bond* ti ;• ;: %  • r.o United ates'anrl Cana !J *ill be formally inched in Miami at an inaugural nference for Dr.'Joseph J, Schwartz, vice preient of the Isrj?: Bonds Organi.ion, said this week that the in,'Ural conference will take place ;rh Friday. Mar. 3, through Suniy,' Mar. 5, at th-i Fontainebleau di. More than 2,000 Jewish lea1 •rs from the United States and iad are expected to attend the! nference. The'conierence will launch this ar's Israel Bond drive, which is j licated to the celebration of Is-1 i 'l' Bar Mitzvah, as well as tenth I •niversary of the Israel Bond camj i.fu. Since its inception in 1951, Israel Bond effort has raised i :)rorted that for.ds derived frors Israel Bonds have been IfHIiud to build the basic economic strength of the country. With the aid of Israel Bonds, annual industrial production has risen from $400,003,000 to approximately SI .000.000,000 during the past ten years. During its Bar Mitzvah year. Israel will require an increased flow of Israel Bond dollars to finance further economic development, particularly in the Negev, the and southern half of thecountry The conference will seek to launch a heightened Israel Bond effort for 1961 to make possible the fulfillment jf this program In order to faciltate this, the initial stages of the campaign will concentrate on the enrollment of several new categories of top purchases which have been set up for this year: Bar Mitzvah Trustees, who purchase $13,000 or more in bonas: Bar Mitzvah Builders. $3,900 in bonds, and Bar Mitzvah Guardians (meni and Sponsors women) $1,300 in bonds easy one. The BenGurion resignation shocked all parties because it had appeared that the old warrior had decided to accept a decision of his Cabinet approving a unanimous seven-man Ministerial Committee report exonerating Lavon from responsibility for a security disaster in 1954. Lavon was forced to resign a year later and had waged an unremitting struggle since to have his name cleared. L'nder the peace formula, the Prime Minister had apologized to the members of the Ministerial Committee for calling their report one containing bias, distortion and half-truths In his letter of resignation to President Ben Zvi. Ben Gurion made it clear that he could not I bring himself to accept the Dec. 25 Cabinet vote of approval for the Ministerial Committee report. He' wrote that for him to do so "would' be incompatible with fundamental j principles of justice and the basic laws of the State." The resignation brought the auto-' malic dissolution of the Cabinet. BenGurion and his Cabinet will' continue as a caretaker Governmen:. Lavon's anticipated ouster would not necessarily bring political peace to Israel or to the Mapai, it was pointed out. The Histadrut official has widespread popular and party support in Israel. 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^* Friday. February 10. 1961 *• Jewish fk>rkUan Page 5-A Defense Dep't. OK's Nazi General More than 200 persons attended Mrs. Jennie Grossinger's annual reception in behalf of the American Friends of the Hebrew University Saturday night at her Miami Beach home. Local president Herbert S. Shapiro, national president Philip Klutznick, treasurer Leo Robinson, and board member Emil Friedlander renew acquaintances. (See story. Sec. B.) Sn tL JMoif £*X WASHINGTON—(JTA)—The Defense Department will continue employment of Martin Unrein, a General in Hitler's army, despite statements by the German exGeneral at Dachau recently "whitewashing" Nazi atrocities. This was made known this week in an official letter from Francis X. Plant, special assistant to the Secretary of the Army to the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. Despite Unrein's controversial utterances a few months ago to I Lord Russell, who served as BritI ish prosecutor at the Nuremberg war crimes trials, Mr. Plant ini formed the JWV that the U. S. Army decided to keep Unrein on as superior of German civilian labor at the American Army instal[ lation at Dachau. In addition to alleging that the Dachau concentration camp was not the scene of mass murder during the war, Unrein said "it would have been impossible to burn six million Jews unless it had begun in 1906." He asserted that the gas ovens in Dachau were built by German prisoners after the war. The issue was investigated by the West German Government but referred to the United States when Bonn pointed out that Unrein was an employee of the U. S. ArmAfter a study of the matter, the Defense Department, according !<> Plant's letter, reported "a recommendation that no further action be taken, and the case closed trai approved by the Commanding General." Morocco Halts Exit Visas Continued from Page 1-A arisen compelling Jews to escape illegally from certain countries." Meanwhile, the Governor of Casablanca met with members of the Jewish Council for a discussion of the situation of the Jewish community, following recent events in Morocco, it was reported from Casablanca. The Governor. Commandant Medboh. expressed regret, during the two-hour meeting, over the arrests of Moroccan Jews. It was also learned that the Jewish C m cil of Fez met with the Gove nor cf Fez to register a protest against the arrest of 20 Jews during their walk to the synagogue last week A minor demonstration, mean* while, took place on Boulevard Mohammed V in Casablanca, in front of a shop window which disphued a "Travel by El Al" advertisement. The demonstration followed publication of a demand in a newspaper of the political oppos m that the authorities take all n sary steps to ensure the immediate removal of the advertisement. 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Fac Pace 10-B fCD :e re w] :" M Nat Roth Saw Miami Jewish Community's Organizations Emerge Nat Roth was burn in New York <_'.:> and came to Daytona Beach in 1912. but bis In'*' '-intimately tied up with the development ol tin Greater Miami Jewish comriity It happened tinwaj short staj .it Dayiona Beach v.. followed by his arrival in "...mi. During World War ;. Roth served in the I S Navy A j i r afU i tin' war, he mai l ., wife, Peai I. in Jacksonville v. th Miami hihometow n, \ nl •>' work tur the New York t partmenl Store as a buyer The e is known .1Richards I stan Is on the same site as bel re in 1921, Roth won: into the retail women's apparel busii .' glei st where Burdine'a is m "Flagler st. was paved with wooden blocks," Roth recalls, "and empty lots seemed as profuse as buildings were sparse. Where the McAllister stands today was a pier, and people who wanted -to go to Miami Beach traveled on a small boat carrying six to eight." Ri th was honored Saturday exeat the Barcelona hotel for hit many yearof activity m behail of the welfare of salesmen an retailers in the fashionwear ll ry. But the story of his civii identification goes well be1 hi.business achievements Originally a member of Beth David Congregation, the only synue in Greater Miami at the tint. Roth joined with eight other Beth David members to orze Temple Israel At first, tin new congregation met at the put lie library on Flagler .-t Subsequently, the Temple built an optn-air synagogue on what is toda> Biscayne blvd and 14th st. "We paid about $7,300 for the lot—and later sold it for more than $200,000 to land developers Inn. Roth said. After that. (.11 e the new" Temple I-rael at its present site at 137 NE 19th st. A: long his other Jewish community activities. Roth helped or u nize the first WMHA, which mt: on the Flagler side of the Seybold building. He was also among charter organizers ol Sbolom Locge, B'nai B'r;:h. and a charter officer One ol his m tsl inten sting experienci was Roth's battle ainst l Vmencan Bund, which • -tablish .1 u hite Fi hi ri 1 he croup, imed Healy, rds memberthai it in'•• from the Baj ol Miami 1 thai time Roth firsi Jew ish w ar Vetirgamzed a hi f 1 Is M Post, in men, j il Mi Hai rj Vlarkow ;t/. the p 1st is today called S irman Bruce Bi "We got together with nonJewish members of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars. The night of the White Front meeting, we went to 'attend' in a band of some 30 cars, first telling the police that we intended breaking up the gathering. Our instruments of attack were chiefly 12-inch pipes." That was the or. I >: the V\ Front in Florida Roth subsequently organized JWV Posts in Orlando. Jacksonville. Tampa and St Petersburg and became the first commande oi the JWV Florida Department. He also rose on the national scene to the position of national vice commander During World War II. the Jewish Welfare Board appointed Roth Florida chairman of the war recordcommittee He al-o started the first Bagel and Lox Break fast Club on Sunday mornings for servicemen in training on Miami Beach In addition, he was appointed by then Gov Spessard Holland as one of two Jewish Florida appointees to the Dade county Selective Service Board Jenist> flor idT&r COME TO MI-AM 1 FLORi DA, N£X"i Friday, February 10, Stomping for Florida as early as 1939 was Nat year's encampment to take place in Mu; Roth (extreme right) at a northern convention of Roth established the first JWV Post in the 2e Jewish War Veterans, urging the following partment of Florida. al chaplain of the American Legion, n le I the ADL's establishment of a monument to the mom ory of P Benjamin J" Saras Roth pnnc:pa', en leavor today revolves around his chairmanship of the Manufacturers Representative Division of the C mbined Jewish Appeal "I leave such things .1the ADL I • my brother. Burnt f he explained "One Roth a*, a time is enough The testimonial to Nat Roth on Saturday honored him as founder and former president of the National Assn. of Women's and Children's Apparel Salesmen. He has been president of the Florida Fashion Mart for the past 24 years, from which office he recently ret red. He is also the "father" of the Benevolent Auxiliary of the National Assn. of Women's and Children's Apparel Salesmen and its Retirement Home chairman. Roth is a charter mem the Legion of Honor >: Shrine of Miami. Seven ho Started the Sou:. Salesmen's Foundation whuh lends money to mem without interest The Roths live at 1250 S 1 \ hambra Circle, Cora! Cables Their three children include Sta ley Howard Ruth. Mr.-. Mill Spilka. ami MrBernadine or. all of Greater Miami I are also eight grandchild Univ. Leaders Hear Klutznick "Stone) alone cannot truly build An important part of Roth's ci\ ic endeavor has centered around t h e Anti • Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Together with Miami attorney and historian Harry Simonhoff. he helped arranged a Chair for Democracy at Lakeland University, and with Rev Richard F.vans. then nationFREE A stimulating guide for youngsters and %  J1111 on the customs, traditions and observance j of Judaism. •YOUR JEWISH HERITAGE" b printed in English—aa inspiring booklet for every home and everyone in it. FOt mi COPY, trad ra quest to: Ray Keator. Kraft Foods Company, 99 JWt Avenue, New Vat* a nation." national president Philip Klutznick. ot the American Friends ol the Hebrew University, told an overflow audience of more than 200 persons at a Saturday nigh" reception at the home ot MrJennie Grossinger "Israel must accelerate the development of its institutions of high er learning -uch as the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to continue its new found role of leadership among the emerging nations if Africa and Asia." Klutznick said In what may have been his last address in behalf of the university in his role as president, he urged increased support of the $12,000,000 development fund to build a new campus in Givat Ram. a Jerusa lem suburb Samuel Daroff, chairman of the Philadelphia biochemistry project for the Hebrew University, congratulated the ieacers of the host Sout" Florida chapter for their dec .Jto accept a SSOO.000 campaign ro be launched in March. Details of the local project will be announced iavr uvordmg to chapter pre-:J.-t" S S'1.1 piro. Mi an i Mr\ r'ahain Wechsler. founders of the Hebrew Unit were guests ol honor at the annu..' 'recaption given by MrGl •• gar Mayor D Lee Powell, just turned from Israel. Charles Char cowsky, $300,000 benefactor university, former Mayor Hal I Shapiro. 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POM 6-A ^Jenist fhridHdir Friday, February 10, lot \ Television Revolution By MAX LcRNER Herzog Clashes With Prof. Toynbee PRIME MINISTER BENGURION'S resignation is u waj .. leulug I • %  i ( Cabinet and in the Ma] i PJ rty that he mean? busi...,, ol r. Ih< service of his nation and people. A is survived i si my career, Ben-Gurion has the tacti.. roughness thai comes with bis sens< f strei he Lavon case, over which he resigned, there were two aspects e was that he regarded L\ a as th< .eader (.: Hista rul %  clash) ith the Prime %  ssues I ":. ol the state The second. more sei -. i len-Gurion has a fierce pride in the and resents anyone who—whatever the cause— puU .. :. nor of the Army in question. II would be a good guess hat he will not be long out of tin lier's There si e else U da) in Israel who c tuld fill the post successlion to B G. • THE FEAR about a possible slip or error in a Presidential press conN on TV misses the point of the revolution marked by the event of %  esday. Jan 25. 1961. The revolutionary fact is that television has now become part of the V S government. The Presidential press conference—which Woodrow 9 ilson initiated, and which was sustained in a half-hearted way until Roosevelt and then vitalized by him—had come to take the place of the "question hour" or the "interpellations" in European parliaments. But with some execptions the oral words of the President have reached the I rople through the printed word Now they reach the people directly— and many more people—through a medium which can be more vibrant powerful than any in the world's history. I CANNOT FOREGO A NOTE of sadne^ in saying this (via the printed word because as a writer. 1 live and breathe and have my being by the printed word, whether in these columns or m books But I should I I blind to the great surging wave of history if 1 failed to see the lml nance of whit has happened. We may be Romans in the last century ugees an perm existProi Toynb e then in I • he was dealing with the murder of civilians behind the ines Whether ;: is murder by the British in Pert >. or 1 > the Germans in Poland, it is imirdl and there is no such thing as more than ioo percent murder. All of these points apply to the acts ol the Stern gang and the Irgun." a reference to two pre state terrorist groups. "I do not know how far the Haganah," (the pre-srate Jewish underground army) was impfianted, but I have heard it said and I have never heard it denied that after Deir Yassin, Jewish trucks went around with loudspeakers in Arab settlements n4 called out 'if you don't want this, get out,' Prof. Toynbee stated. The Ambassador replied to thi* that the Deir Yassin incident "came after a tremendous provocation. It was condemned by the Jewish Agency and a message of regret was sent to King Abdullah of Jordan The Arabs committed many atrocities but there was never a word of regret." Speaking again. Prof Toynbee said that all Jews m the world "have associated themselves with the atrocities which took place in Israel and with the holding of the Arab property, particularly the Jews in Canada, and the United States This is robbery." Dr. Toynbee added that such behavior was a part of human nature and that the "Jewish people took part in this kind of action." In another phase of the debate, the Ambassador replied to the historian's argumem that he questioned the claim of the JewFOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Electrical Contractors RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL AL-ERA-^,ONS •••N T ENA\CE PAUl FOSTER, prtiident A R COND T OM\G ard ADEQUATE WIRING 2264 W. FLAGIER ST. HI 8-2671 Nights. S..nOa,s 4. c .o.i.j Dia' HI 3-0*22 w ROOFING CO. Y l T.ori I. Miami M*OM Dcameeeillty Re-rooflng. 1 Repairs All Type Roofs — Since 1920 ASI FOB FREE ESTIMATES ON BCCFING Phone FR 3-6244 TWW ITV ULASS CO. 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Fag Tcoe 6-B fjenist fkrikfiaun Friday. February Ahi c :sc ::.-s < ^ MUSIC • k AND n ^ THEATER k 6 J ^w?' s THE HARP AS SOLO INSTRUMENT %  ersity c: Mil S • onj Orrhes ch Auditorium, with Fabiec Sevitzk) n and 3 l aiding Sevitzky. harpist, as feal i ist. Sevitzky ope: with Verdi s s1 Overture to "Vespri S ptrme;. I (lian Francesco "Vivald • in the United S : • This interesting n isici compos autii :.y phrased and superbly molded under Dr Sevitzkj • hi • Tht tone times was broad and singing ::.-. ant. Claiuie Debussy's "Danse Sacree et Profane and Maurice Ravel's Intn duction and Allegro' provided an unu (unity of hear;-._ t-i r.arp as folo instrument. Mrs. Sevitzky is a n;cs! sensitive I: .ented artist, and beguiled her audience with th( nenng brilliance ner tone and masterful technique. Debussy, with its impressionistic t vocation of ancient Greece, fully revealed the i facets of the I arp The Ravel work was also played with a lovely undulating sensit vity. Dr Sevitzky concluded the concert with a passi< r.ate and poignant performance of Tschaikowsky's Symphony No. 4 :.*. F miner, op. 36. full < Russian vervte and tremendous climax. • • • BALLET RUSSE GENEROSITY Miami lovers of ballet will have a veritable feast to end I••< ir famine \ tfa performances by the Ballet Russe c'.e Monte Carlo and the Robert | ffrej Ballet bursting on the Acene here almost simultaneously. The Robert Joffrey Ballet will appear for the Civic Music group < Feb 14 and for Community Concerts the foilowir g evei in| EI b 15. %  County Auditorium. The one and only Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo was to open its threei r appeal ance here or. Thursday. Feb 9 with pert ances also schedi Friday and Saturday at Dade County Auditorium. Igor Youskevitch. Nina Novak, and George Zoritch. the three famous i : dancers Ol the Ballet Russe. will be -eer. in each of the three I rograms scheduled by the company. This represents unusual gener-1 i -.:>• on the part of these artist.-, who olten i an< nee. cr perhaps I vice, during a threeperfcrmance engagement. • • • CNLY APPEARANCES HERE THIS SEASON ening program of the Ballet Russe, in i to the three acts <' Swan Lake." with Novak ana Ytwskevitch. wi I all :• ature George j riteh m "Gaite Parisienne." The second program or. Feb. 10 will another of the company* new productions this s< BSI a, a full-scale • choNOgrophed by Vadim Sulima and featuring ten dancers headed 1 • Meredsth Baylis and Eugene Collins. 'Bach Concert! Bl de Deux fr im the ••Nutcracker." with George Zoritch and Helen :e follow.-, then the third act of the new Bwi Lake, featuring I and Youskevitch Tie closing ballet is SchtherezaJe Final program Saturday evening will eper. with the second act of • Swan Lake." danced by Zoritch and Paula Ter.r.;. ton; then the "Pas d< Trois." with the ever-popular Minku.music, followed by' el Imperial." featuring Novak and Youskevitch, and the rarelyheard Piano Concerto No 2 of Tschaikowaky. TU cli ring is "Li Beau Danube." with Youskevitch and Trailim A. rbese v i the Ballet Rinse's only perform. this tei • • • AW ASTONISHING THEATRE CAREER One particular ballet to be seen here on the program of the Robert trey Ballet Company .a happy symbol oi •young t • rican creati r it is the romantic "Pa(it Deessei ; mises It be a highlight when this newly-organized c panj mces at the I ...t County Auditorium next Wednesday mder t: spices i 'immunity Concert A• Pas des Deesses Ballet of the Goddesses' is mor< than a J ck piece for producer-choreographer Robert Joffrey. The production. which audiences are requesting to be brought back each season, hahad i international carer cf it.own. and its feliciti is l H astonishing rise of Joffrey as one of America's mo:-t remark., I. lenta of the theatre • • • EEACH CIVIC SERIES WEEK OF THE ARTS' Rimsky-Korsakoff's symphonic suite after ;. < Arabian v -herezade." will be the major orchestra! work r;. the Miami Bi Civic Orchestra at its 8 p.m. concert on Sunday it .Miami Beach Audit -urn under the baton of Barnet Breeskin Featured soloist will be pianist Carmen Czi ,, in Juilliard graduate will play the Piano Conci : N 2 in A major, by Liszt. This ithe fourth concert in the orchestra season. Also appearing as "soloist." will be MrJulien 'Sunn: Balogh, < -certmistress of the orchestra, who will play the many lovely violin the Rim sky lush banquet of sense -peaking of violinists. Alexander Prlhitchi w.ll be ft atured in a recital on Wednesday evening at Temple Israel a part of the Temples "Week of the Arts." Russian by bu-tk. Mr Prilutchi studied in Berlin H er the renowned maestro. Carl Pleach, concertized throughout Eur< < later fled the Nazi-, and arrived in Cuba to become concert master c: the Havana Philharmonic. Also featured at the "Week Of the Arts Prof N Bryllior. F bns Hopkins University, guest lecturer Feb. 18 at the Temple wish Contribution to American Theatre." • • • SITTING THE MENDELSSOHN RECORD STRAIGHT Though biographies and published letters conceal it, I %  lix Mendels:. was "anything but indifferent to matters of European J< wrj according to Dr. Eric Werner, professor of music at Hebrew Union College! Jev.sh Institute of Religion in New York. Editors of he Mendelssohn family papers "ci tted all aihisions which might remind the reader of the composer': aristocra Jewish ancestors," according to Dr. Werner. Hope, Bergen At Tuesday Sho* Comedian Bob Hope and -mil ; ed songstress learn %  *? in a twr and a hall.. show for the Florida chapt 1 the National n F tion. The show ar.d dinner wil bei_ Tuesday night. \ D the Fontainebleau :• %  Proceeds are foi the i ment her. bf : -'.',"" patient clinu I insi n's dis< %  University of N medicine will f tows to tin -:.. : clinic. President iMrJeai i r of the Tuejj Heatter and Metr Coi Charles "Chuck Hall available at at 70S net Igor Youskevitch cr.c Nine Novak, of the Ballol Russe de Monte Carlo, which was tc begin a three-day stay Thursday through Saturday, at Dade Ccunty Auditorium. (MIL COHtN Social Singles Party B"nai B'rith Social .eles will hold a St X all : II I ... I turday evening a thi Casablanca hotel. Single adults Comic to Appear At Night Clubs Jev entertainer Emii • -.: for .i 54 ries of Miami h< t) nighl clubs, -pon-orcd by the 196] ii iral conference, ("cher. repertoire of Yiddish -• ries • Y tmericon folk Ion %  •> %  • rsin his prowith fur Israel Bonds ltl\ D'OCwc'/or MARTHA (in Engl.sH (by Fio'owl SUPPORTED 6Y ION CRAIN UWPta DAV'DSCW CHESTER LUOCIH FCAMCES BIBLE DADE COUNTY AUOITCRIUM MON.. FEB. 20th, SAT., FEB. 25ib MIAMI BEACH AUDITDRIJM: WEDNESDAY. FfB. I2nd DAVID PINSKI FOLK SHUL PRfSFVTS The Internationally Famous Singer Sidor Belarsky OR o Program of YIDDISH HEBREW CHASSIDISH SONGS SUNDAY, FEB. 26-8 p.m. Miami Beach Sr High School Dade Blvd. [list St.] & Washington Ave., Miami Beach rP ?E PARKING Tickets ore reserved ST.50-1.75-2.00 C\ SALE AT Star Da -v Restaurant ciC vVaahington Ave M, Be*. Miam, r-er Younp PeopU on Satui natal at the Ocean FT \ Curtain time Artists who will ..: program of "S< from Across the Sea" are I.islb erbas, a Flamenco dan< %  : %  Yoland and Tova Sincoff i • of Israel; Est< in. i rail dances; MDM \-.ik roan Japanese iepr< Sh .IIUT Gypsy mclcii.i-: Sltne (l [1 Bi Stern and M. • %  niata, in a medle) fron r. lands. Program Joseph Moont > the Miami Pi. h Reel part ment Temple Menorah Bazaar Dn Temple Mer 'd hold a Bii W (ieneral meet.'*. • ll am to bt pared luncheon Mn M is chairman. DADE COUNTY AUD T( Thor. Fri. Sal. Feb.9-13-11 THE ONE AND ONLV Co of 100 S.-c-c->> 0'c*M'i IGOR N NA C(.Z 3 Zi YOUSKFVITO NOVAK • ZO'TCrPRC:RAMS THUHS-'S*!Laf %  (new prod ) 4. G. te Pa FRI— ••B.ich Conci I duction): Pat "N er:" "Swan Laf Act "•* c : duction) ana S I jadf SAT. — "SwaL;' ii.so. jj.se. u.tt t si.so 1T.01M1 11.00 TICKCTS OK STU T Dad* Cm.!, Amd — HI t Jlt> Opero e*ild — Ft 1-5151. HI -St47 GALA THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE SPONSORED BY FARBAND L. 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"(Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JiWISH WfHUY Volume 34 — Number 6 Miami, Florida, Friday, February 10, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20 Eichmann Indicted On 15-Count Charge; Trial Opens Mar. 15 B G Asked to Form Gov't.; Goida Meir Spurns New Bid MAPAI BATlll CLIMAX NtAkS PAGE 3A JERUSALEM-tJTA.-Adolf Eichmann was formally accused thi. i JERUSALEM-(JTA)-Presiden1 Izhak Ben-Zvl began Tuesdaj what cby the (.overnment of Israel in a 15-count indictment ol committing apparently will be a lonji drawn-out and difficult process ol obtaining a %  long list of crimes against humanity and against the Jewish people. The najor crimes charged against Eichmann carry the death penalty. The indictment was made public* — at the same time that it was for-1 mally handed to Dr. Robert Servatius of Cologne, who will direct the defense of the former Gestapo Colonel charged with direoUng the extermination of 6.000.000 European Jews. The delivery of the indictment to Dr. Servatius, along with a list •f prosecution witnesses, set in (notion the machinery for the once-postponed trial, now set to open Mar. 15. The indictment listed seven counts of crimes against humanity, four against the Jewish people, one war crime and three crimes of belonging to Nazi organizations. The charge sheet was handed to Dr Servatius by Attorney General (Jideon Hausner. who also told the attorney of the legal conditions established for the attorney's handling of his defense assignment. Mr. Hausner said arrangements had been made to enable Dr. Servatius to meet Eichman in his jail cell 1 outside the hearing range of a third I person. The Attorney General said he' would ask the court to begin the' trial on Mar. 15 as scheduled, and j that no difficulties would be raised new Prime Minister and Cabinet to replace the Ben-Gurion coalition government which tell last week a> a result of the La von Affair. The President's first step was to receive a delegation representing the Mapai Party's Knesset mem* Morocco Halts Visas to Jews PARIS—(JTA)—The Government of Morocco issued an order this week abolishing exit visas for all | by the defense about the date. It 1 citizens, whatever their religion.' was noted that the largest number However. Jewish organizations | of counts against Eichman was not j here termed this move "cheap this move propaganda." They pointed out that the action is of no significance to Moroccan Jews wishing to emigrate to Israel as long as they still face difficulties in getting passports. Jewish leaders here pointed out that the order abolishing exit visas —but not lilting the ban on joining! relatives in Israel—was a pure | propaganda gesture, made in response to growing indignation in democratic countries over Morocco's infringement of the basic right of free emigration. The indignation reached a high point following the loss of lives of 43 Moroccan Jews who. in an effort to join their families in Israel, left Morocco "illegally" on a small ship which Capsized in a storm near the Moroccan shore. A statement which does not mention Morocco, but obviously •refers to that country, was issued liere by CRIF, the representative Council of Jews in France, deploring "the conditions that have Continued on Page 5-A for crimes against the Jewish people but for crimes against humanContinued on Page 9-A bership. The delegation, it was i understood! urged the President to call on Mr. Ben-Gurion to form a new government. Mr. Ben-Gurion. it was reported here, was prepared to undertake the assignment provided that he could set up more or less the same coalition he headed in the last government. However, he was known to face serious difficulties in this, both from his erstwhile parters and from within his own party. Three of the coalition partners, I the Mapam Party, the Achdut Avodah and the Progressive Party, indicated a reluctance to serve again under Mr. Ben-Gurion. They took the position that Mr. Ben-Gurion, in his formal totter of resignation, actually reverted to the criticism and disparagement of his colleagues which had precipitated a Cabinet crisis. Mr. Ben-Gurion had subsequently apologized for these statements when members of his Cabinet threatened to resign, and his apology had been accepted by them. A decision to boycott a new BenGurion government was reached b> the Mapam Party leadership Monday night. Although the decision was subject to formal ratification by the party's executive committee, the Mapam leaders began immediate discussions with the Achdut Avodah and the Progressives, urging on them a similar stand. The Mapam leaders were spurred by two developments—the Mapai Continued on Page 11-A JOSEPH MtYtRHOff UJA in $14,850,000 Starter; Meyerhoff Succeeds Klutznick DIMQNSTRAlt AGAINST MODUS' Arrest Rockwell Henchmen In Clash in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA—(JTA)—Three supporters of American Nazi Party leader George Lincoln Rockwell were arrested and held for $10,000 bail each this week after a clash which broke out when they demonstrated against the showing of the film "Exodus" at the Boyd Theater here. Rockwell, who had threatened to come himself to picket the tilm. did not show up. Sixty-four anti-Nazis were aim •:• arrested along with the RockwellItes however, all but three of these were summarily released. Two <>f the three anti-Nazis. Jules Chris tine and Benjamin Comer, were held for S:i00 bail on charges ot carrying concealed weapons. The third, Mark Charleston, was fined 10 and costs for disorderly conduct. Ralph P. Forbes, 20, of Arlington, Va., one of the three Rockwell supporters who were charged with rioting, inciting to riot. $ff •DUKING IHI WKK* P4CI 4-4 The nationwide 1061 United Jewish Appeal was officially launched Sunday as 400 American Jewish leaders meeting here at the Americana hotel contributed or reported gilts that totaled $14,850,000. The great outpouring of contri-* butions came at a dramatic closing! session of a three-day national inaugural conference which was marked by the resignation of Philip M. Klutznick. of Park Forest. 111., as general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal and the unanimous election of Joseph Meyerhoff, of Baltimore, to the post, (fatten Reid Sees Peace conspiracy and breach of the peace, expressed surprise at the size of the bail and said that Rockwell had given him S30 before the incident "to pay the customary fine." The other Nazis were Raymond D. Goodman, 28, of Arlington, and Schuyler Ferris, -6, of Falls Church, Va. Rockwell announced In Washington that he had been invited to adKlutznick's resignation followed his appointment by President Kennedy on Jan. 28 as a key member of the United States mission to the United Nations to be this country's representative to the UN Economic and Social Council. Meyerhoff. a nationally prominent communal leader and an outstanding figure in the home build ing Held, becomes UJA's sixth general chairman in the organizatii n's 22 year history. Pounded in 1939 at the height of Hitler's onslaught against Europe's NEW YORK — (JTA) — Persistence. quiet diplomacy and concentration mi economic and social development among the Arab peoples in the Middle East are certain to result in Arab Israeli peace %  i n the foreseeable future." Ogden R Reid, who has just resigned as United states Ambassador i" Israel, declared here this week upon his return aboard the ss United States He served more than a year and a half as American Ambassador to Israel, visiting Jordan and Lebanon, and discussing the M ddle East situation with man) other diplomats s< n ins in the area. • dress a .May Day rail) at Sydney. Jew-, the UJA has fed, rescued and Continued on Page 10-A Continued on Page 7-A "Peace will come," he Continued on Page 9-A said. Herzog in Pitched Battle With Noted Historian nor. AKN0LD TOYNBEf MONTREAL—(JTA)—A hard hitting two-hour debate between Israel i Ambassador Yaacov Herzog and historian Arnold J. Toynbee, on the historian's pro-Arab charges against Israel wound up this week with an I invitation from the envoy to Dr. Toynbee to visit Israel and see things for himself. __^_ The debate, held in response to* a challenge to the historian from [ pa p or men. Television coverage the envoy, took place in the same was barred and the general public Hillel House at McGill University I wa excluded. where Prof. Toynbee made his first statements last week on the! The debate dealt w.th two issue The Hillel House was packprincipal assertions made by Dr. ed with 350 students and 35 news-1 Toynbee, both at the first lecture at the Hillel House and at prior lectures and in his six-volume study of history. These were a comparison of Israeli treatment of the Arabs in 1947 with the Nazi onslaught against European Jewry and a contention that there was a "statute of limitations" on Jewish claims to Israel. Ambassador Herzog pointed out th;:t the Germans "committed a crime which the human imagination finds difficulty in embracing It was coldblooded planning and cold-blooded execution. The Arabs on the other hand, the envoy .-aid, declared in 1947 they would resist the implementation of the United Nations decision on Palestine The Israel Envoy also quoted the Arab leaders as declaring "a war of extermination and massacre" against the .lews. "Through the Continued on Page 6 A



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1 Friday. February 10. 1961 V fJewisti fkridFictn Page 5 3 ORT Chapters Plan Functions Greater Miami chapter. Women's American ORT, will have an Honor Roll skit and a musical soloist at a meeting Tuesday. 8:30 p.m.. at the Deauville hotel. Islanders chapter will meet Monday, 11:30 a.m., at the Moulin Rouge motel. Mrs. Harold Spaet will demonstrate techniques in floral arranging. Mrs. Martin Lodge is in charge of reservations. South Miami chapter is having brunch at the home of Mrs. Ernest Sohncn, 940 Andora ave.. Coral Gables, on Tuesday at 11:15 a.m. D Hostesses for the Bar Mitzvah dinner of the Hebrew Academy on Sunday evenina at the Fontainebleau hotel are seated (left to right) Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum, president of PTA; Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Academy Women's president. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Irving Firtel. Ida Appel Auditorium project chairman; Mr. Leonard Rosen, PTA building council chairman. Academy Women To Host Dinner Hebrew Academy Women and I TA members will once again serve as hostesses at the school's annual STEVENS MARKETS FEATURES '***! ALBACORt SOLID WHITE TUNA 7 Ox. CAN 39 dinner at the Fontainebleau hotel on Sunday evening. A planning committee headed bv Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of 1 Hebrew Academy Women, and Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum. president of PTA. 'together with Mrs. Irving Firtel and I Mrs. Leonard Roser. co-chairmen of 'the building committee, have announced that this year's dinner, dedicated as the Bar Mitzvah ccleibratiun of the school, will carry through the motif in its decorations and table decor. A blue-and white color scheme has been chosen with blue tabU cloths and white floral centerpieces on each table. Blue and white can dies set into the traditional candi I abras will complete each individual centerpiece. Hostesses will include Mcsihme|Samuel Reir.hard. Al Miller. Harry Kaplan, Leo Reinhard. M. II. Kosenhouse, Isidore Spolter, Henry Reinhard, Sue Herman, Jerome Bienenfeld. Harry Genet. Pauline Grandwerg. Sarah G. Budlow, Morris Bienenfeld, B. 1. Binder. Charles Annual Dinner Due for Club 2 Mrs. Irving Liftman, president of Pioneer Women's Club 2. announces an eighth annual dinner sponsored by Mrs. Louis Marcus and Mrs. Isaac Katz. chairmen of Child Rescue Fund, on Saturday evening. Feb. 18. at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. Mrs. Sarah Singer will be chairman. Invocation will be given by Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. Mrs. Milton Green, president, is guest speaker. Entertainment will be by Mrs Sonja Weiss. Mrs. William Beckwith, president of Golda Mcir Club, has called the next regular meeting for Wednesday evening at Beth Fl Congregation. Jewish Music Month will be observed with Mrs. Anna SorinBild. cultural chairman, in eharv Menachc M. Rath, member of Ihe faculty of the Bureau of Jewish Education, also on the staff of Beth Torah Congregation, will be guest speaker. He will discuss 'Composers of Jewish Origin and Israeli Composers." Mrs. Nathan Soroff will introduce the speaker. Mrs. Eva Kahn. Mrs. Sonia Robbins and Mrs. Ida Zarchey will host the social hour Mrs Sam Osipoff is social chairman of Golda Meir Club. < Souvenir Journal chairman Mrs. Moses Meyer, has announced that Pioneer Women's donor function will take place on Mar. 12. I Beth Emeth Sisterhood's paid-up membership tea features a fashion show, with Sisterhood members serving as models. Le't to right are Mesdames Dorothy Brcwarnik, Edith Rosenthc", Barbara W


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Pace 8-A v-Jenist flkradHinr Friday. February 10. 1351 Harvey Greenspan: Passing of a Creative Mogul By HARRY SIMONHOFF 1 10 passing of Harvey Oreeni on Dec. 22 recalls a charact.i out of Horatio Alger, the write i who loved to tell about boys rose from poverty to riches Bi %  Harvey was more than the P r ho\ who merely made good. lie became a constructive business man, an industrialist of x .:\ Octo n Harvi i | i find a copy oi i iershom S< ajor Trends in Jew ish Mj -.. oi Samuel Harvey Greenspan was born in 1893 and migrated frcm Pinsk in Russia via Livtrpeel, England, to the U. S. in his 13th year. In his desk, he kept an enia.ged snapshot of his father, a bearded sage in skull cap, cctply engrossed in a large folic of the Talmud. s brother, a pious shochet. : in New York From such a B* daily and religious backind, Harvey began teaching IK jre.v in a school, at the same • %  studying at New York L'ni\ sity and later completing a course at Columbia. Intendir to become a lawyer, he ked in the office of a rela. Harvey Harwood. who tub.-• uently became governor of Virgil] Islands. Clothing Manufacturer After World War I erupted. vej served in the Air Force Long Island. In Pittsburgh. married the beautiful Jean. OSi ot the six daughters of Moses ; %  il Rebecca Krieger. and rinf•• into the wholesale clothing nes. Soon, he was manuinng men's clothes under the --•up of Greenberger. Greenspan Co which operated sucesst\ y during the 1920s in New %  k City. By employing union Ji ir. he anticiuated no trouble fi % %  n strikes or lockouts But he I into a stone wall. (ne day. in the late 1920s, a I i gate from the Amalgamated I lung Makers of America HARVEY GREENSPAN constructive businessman walked into the loft with an oroer that the Greenspan company take on an additional bookeeper Harvey protested that he had r.o need for any more employees. Yet as a practical business man. he agreed to pay the additional salary, provided the new employee remained at home. The check would be mailed to him weekly To this the delegate would not agree. Harvey suspected that the union wanted to check his books and spy into his business He refused. Then, war was on. Things began to happen. The manulactunng loft became haunted door's were found soiled and papers would disappear Somehow, the wrong labels were sewed on to the w ror.g garments. Strange accidents to the trucks carrying his merchandise suggested sabotage Matters reached such a pass that Harvey decided to mo\e his factory to New Jersey, yet operate the office in Manhattan. One morning, his brother -in-law. who worked in the business, entered the subway and while passing through the turnstile was slugged on the head and knocked unconscios. A prudent person would have made peace. While no one yet dreamed of a New Deal, the unions nevertheless were gaining power and prestige. Sidney Hillman was determined to establish his Amalgamated on a firm b.i-i-. Pan Am Bank Names Directors I. t annual meeting of the succeeds James Sottile, Sr.. who Bt< c holders ol Pan American Bank will serve as vice chairman. P. .1 Oi lami. the following directors Wen elected to the board Thomas .1 Bomar, Myron M Behiman. Donald H. Hoik. Jaco L. 1 Cabas-a. William J Callahan. JOM \ Fcrre. George D Fahrner. Mr' i Higginbotham, F c Letting well John McLeod. A d William B. Roman. P J S< i .He-. Gerald Shmgledvcker. C Jo< h Snyder, Jume, Sottile. Sr. Ja< Sottile. Jr. Henry Taylor. Jr li.iilcs Tutan. Franklvn Watts T A Whiteside mas J Comar was named oard at the direct rorganizational meeting folh v. ig the annual meeting He Serrall'-s w ill continue as vice chair man al-o Bomar was also elected presi dent of the bank, succeeding Joseph S. Moss, who has resigned. Bomar has been active in Miami financial circles since 1925. He is chairman and president of Dade Commonwealth Title Insurance Company and chairman and president of Dade Commonwealth Mortgage Company. He will remain active in both the title company and mortgage company as chairman of the board He was one of the founders of Florida Home Insurance Company, and has been its chairman of the board since it] beginning in 1950 NO VAUINAIION IEQUUID S/S YARMOUTH 100% MR CONDITIONED All CRUISES SAIL SATUHMtt. 4 p.m. FIS. IS; AUR. 4, M; API. I, M, ; MAT 13,20,27 EASTERN SHIPPING CORPORATION, Genl Agent MIAMI I, FLORIDA • P.O. Bo 882 Pier 3) • Miaee: FRonklia 3-8311 Open doily 1:30 ;m. to 5 JO p.m • Sundeys 10 o.ro. !• 5 p.ro Of $•• Your Tro*tl Aqtnl cost what il may. Any one who stood in its way would be crushed. In Harvey Greenspan, Hillman met a tough antagonist Harveyasked for and obtained a conference. Present were Sidney Hillman. Jacob Pototsky and the top leaders ot the union Harvey upbraided them for using Cossask and gangster methods. Hillman responded that a high princpal Justified extreme measures where the public interest was involved. Quarter was ther ak"d nor given Bui Harvey's obstinati ( lurage ^ uld nol pret st the • %  "t the Amalj in ated. i; r e v' n b e r g e r, Greenspan A > i was soon put out of business The depn came on and Harvey was financially busted This debacle might have been a setback, but was no defeat. Ultimately it proved beneficial. The manufacture and distribution ot men's clothing was a; the time a difficult and highly competitive business, recently emerged out ot the sweat shop era It proved saleable training school tor Har vey Greenspan, who was now equipped to handle any kind of business. The break with the past opened new vistas for the future Celotex Corporation In spite of the depression. Harvey Green>pan. with his superb busine qualifications, would have had little difficulty in landing a good job. But he scorned any position, no matter how lucrative. Together With abundant pride, he had the temperament oi a dictator who would never brook On ers from any business enterprise, no matter how complicated. While looking about for some venture, his sister-in-law, Cilda Krieger, married Bror O. Dahlberg, president ot the Celotex Corporation. During the depression this stock company, registered on the New York Stock Exchange, sank into difficulties. Actually in receivership, it ceased all operations. Dahlberg had perfected the process of making mn insulated material out of sugar cane waste after the juice had been squeezed out. It was important to builders, and could be put to various uses that included soundproofing A good promoter, he could interest capital in his ventures. But re constructing a company that had gone on the rocks was not his metier. Dahlberg recognized the talents of his brother-in-law, and Harvey was given the task of reorganizing It was a new experience The stockholders had to be induced to surrender their securities for new shares to be issued after the court confirmed the reorganization, h was no easy assigment to influence people scattered throughout the U.S.A. or abroad and gain their confidence. This task Harvey accomplished with complete satisfaction to the officers and subsequently to the Stockholders The Celotex Corition today is important in the building industry; it is eonder i .i sound investment on Street ; les receiving a blink of s for his successful efforts, tey now had the choice of an) position in the reorganized \ salary was no' e sneezed ai as the d< | gradually lifted. But lie a peculiar aversion to an) job regardless of salary. The Celotex Corporation w now a fait accompli. |, $imp|/ had to settle down to production and distribution. All the cha.. lenge, the struggle, the advetv ture was gone. He mest look for some business that was still j„ the dream stage. His restless energies would bring about its f u |. fillment. While reconstructing I Harvey's wife. Jean, ai child. Lila. joined the K family, which had moti ami Beach, Bui he | nothing in Florida suitab abilities or experience | to touris's was then • sole industry in or al 0 Operating a hotel or ai house would m i latis less temperament. Someo ti >ned Haiti a> a primitivv j ting for dev< pioneer extrepreneur To be Continued FARR TOURS & TRAVEL SERVICE 424 Lincoln Road 6638 Collins Avenue JE 1-5327 UN 5-7444 • Stabilizer-equipped for smooth sailing • Tempting, strictly koshef cuisine • Lively Israeli atmosphere Consult your travel agtnt — h's your best seurct of advica ONS* f t*. 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day. February 10. 1961 LEGAL NOTICE *Je*ist f/trffdfiaijn Page 15-A N THE C.-RCUIT COURT OF THE .EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 60-C 9907-F. >U>RE8 DIAZ G<'Ml '/. I lulntiff. VS. :ANK COMEZ, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.CN : FRANK OOM 206 West 88th si New York St, N N YOU ARE HER1 v \ Amended Comid > > %  en filed against >• .. liilred to 8fv< .1 • > iswer <>n the plaintiffs att rnej XjRGE N. M*'1".N i : !.!.. % %  '•! '•vjie Building, Mi.. e the original. in %  • %  : • % %  %  rk of the Circuit < '• i e 3rd day of Mar. !i. •• I i which the Comvlaint 'i.! Ini.'k. r \ confessed against DATED, at Mian i Pad.''.Hints orloa, thla 1st da\ ..f K. i-i D., wn. E. B. LEATH F.K.MAN Clerk of the Cit.-.ilt Court In and for Dade .'..-inty. t-mnda. eal) By: K. M I.Y.MAN. Deputy <"!. rk 2 3-10-K-:'J N THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60130 B _• RE: Estate of SAMUEL. BCHOKNI-.KK.T, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditor* ami All Persons Hv*?, Claims or Demands Against MID ut a t A • You are hereby notified ami required present any .lannand demands hich you may hav. a-.iin-t "he .-state %  SAMUEL. SCHoKNUKIti: dec %  >. the ounty Judges of Pad. I'ounty. an.I le the same in their .tfi.es in th.•, ouniy Courthous. in I'ad. t.'i:nt>. lorlda, within eleht al.ndur months -om the date Of the first l-i %  '•''"'" ereof, r the same ,;l ).. i..-.:i.-d RBBA s. -i>. KM i:i:.. LAYMAN A DUH1C ohn H. Duhlg. of Cum-. Ctorney for Admin. > 1)2 AinsleyBldg. liaml 32, Fla.-Fi: LEGAL NOTICE "First there is the radiation belt. Then there is the borscht belt." NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ifl HEREBI GIVEN th..: tin undersigned d-t %  engag. In %  t.uslm -nd. i th. fii lltl .us nami i I DoNl'T WORLD at 10343 N.W. fcev, nth v< nue, Miami, F da and Inttr nal a • with th. 'el, ,-k t-f thi • ill Court of Dad< County, PI' ... CONNIE J< Y. !N< \ \, .--. \. th Av< s By: Ben K ilan. Pr< sld. i ,'lrglnia R Ka ... Rl A • EOERS ,•• | for .: S"at Ri ad seven P.O. Box • V\eat nollyw 2 NOTICE UNDE.~. \ FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW i NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ithe undersigned, desiring to engag. •• %  ibusin. is undi I thi I i tltlo is name %  • VEDEMAR ASSOCIATES at 2868 Pine I Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Klorlua. m;. n.is to n gist, i said name w Ith the ,-i, rk i t tin Circuit Court of Dad. Count). l" lorlda. VERA HOROSN1 33! ,r, partner MARGARET GOLDMAN, :C','.,'i partner .|. )1N D. KoliMKNl'Y. :s:i'.,'. partner GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN 2303 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla. Attorneys foi Registrants ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4fi*5 lor messenger serviceLEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JIDGE5' COLRT DADE COUNTY. -LCR'SA No. 49418-C ,E: INSTATE OlYETTA HAN x I < eased. -,_ NOT CEOF INTENT'CN O -KE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE 'li If led our fin or Final Dlachar.-. of YETTA nat on the 361. we will api %  • '! %  • Jeorge T. Clark Co mt> .In.in-; • I -ounty. Florida, • •'"' inal discharge as 1.x... late of YETTA II \N"\ This 18th dfA.-f .l.inuary. MURRAY HAMN SYLVIA GOZKN. i:x..-'.tt..r.-. the Estate of Yet ta 11.mm. Deceased. HAROLD 6HAP1R" Attorney %  %  Kx.c.i "> „ n „. ., .,_,. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN th}.: thi undersigned desiring t" engag. I" i ..,;.,., n under the fl< tun. is ''••'.';: %  CARIBBEAN INFORMATION CEN.-. ,...-.-,, d Pont B illdli Ml Fla Intend* t< reglstei said ihe Clrk c.l 11 • Clr< alt • • art • %  • : ^MVELS PON i .v net Pont 1 Miami, KI.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH J^ ''* L r C !" '.c CO N-YOFDACE INCHAN.-.RV NO61C 5 ICNW %  NO %  ~%  ,, %  Ni V<] ". WESLEY GEER a single .,-. • •: E> orm, %  knowi IOAN M pEER) and iMlll.N. hei host i n ndants. NOT.CE OF SUIT ,i CARL WESLEY GEER, a ngl .. an c o Mr, r. B. Oeer Cowan. Tinnessee IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA INPROBA1E NO. 49327-C IN RE Estate ol ON LIEBERMAN NoV'lCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE A PPL CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE hi eby given that I huvt | Repdri and Petit i I ..„,! Final Discharge as th. eatat. ol LEON l.ll.lniiAN •. -• nd that pn ti <• '. apply e Count • • %  I •.•.' %  i • %  S A. FR IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA IN PROBATE No. 51682 IN RE: Batata of HARRY OOLD8TELN Deceased. __„ NOTICE TO CREDITORS T for ,-, |..,,.,,, .,i Coatings" orp. ,Poni KM*.. Miami IVP. ]() IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51357-C IN RE Estate "f ,_ ABRAHAM MELNIKER, D M OpCl TO CREDITORS T< Ml Creditors and All Pers >n* ".i' s Ing Claims or Demands Against saiq E Y! %  '. an :.eby notified and required ,, present any claims and demands l may ha\i against I. • • ;; '-, : ABRArlAM MELNIKER. tone ol Dade County, Horhla. judges of Daue County. I the sam. in thelt nrflces in %  courthouse m > %  • %  '• • within eight • lli ltd %  • S .• Ki.T ttvli •! I %  dat. or th f th. fli %  : %  K SKDRISH ;ROMK HOLI Ad -' >STEIN t'.el Si eel -ID NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HKKl'.r-V CIVKN that tbe undersigned. .1. *:.im:_t -'UJU-. at 1110 duPont rtuildin,, M.am IIa.. County. *lortda^ AMrKis h> x Si.W (twni-r E\1110 duPont r.u.Ulins Miami, norida %  EAL J.DUNN attorney for Samu. I s!-">• ,111 Ainsley Bid, M'-"'"-/?-' 11 IN THEC^RCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN E AND WOn DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 60C 12434 PHILIP HELL! r '••' --N •' HKLLBR, his wifrialntiffs. V-tiffi* TO APPEAR TODAVTDQ. A :.!' !> %  ,(, Wy.kofl Av. n ,Wtek.N. ,Mrs. navld ii \ : %  Wyekoi: A^cierw.^.;--;-rIOAN M COHEN (formerly known as JOAN M.GEE*) aP ,l COHEN, her hubt-and, Slmmonda Avenue l.altimore. Maryland „,„,,._.., Y. V ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that ., ,uit in e.,uit>has been taniM aaalnat vou hy THE OREENWICM KA VINOS BANK, a Corporation txisii'nc under the laws of the State ef New York, in the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and foi Sffi county, in Chancery, ai^ sou ars hereby summoned, ordered and ri ouiied to fihyour written answers m f ,'.'l,; u, th-complain, fiMl i,.-.in ., ., v.u In the ahoy -entitled m the office of the Clerk, of the f t 'court inandf-.i Had. Co la, at th, Courthouse In M ,., .. before thi 20th nay ol and v. -•:-• nsw. : %  %  : %  na. upon DA, BMAN 'a nt iffatu-:er Street ^lam • ,.n or .. • i-aid dat. ai m •• Florida 11 v." ,,,...,,....-. | against.you foi th. mplalnt v • %  • %  Mf led t Is o for. %  .,i erins the I %  • ';n %  TI..N BE< OND ID1 N CAROLC1TY ncoordlOBM thereof as r. -. neet 1. of the 1 • %  %  \ ^ h. abi • -. .. 8 Clerk o %  ,y^: % %  Si ITHERVAN. ,-., rk '••' tilt Circuit Cout i i i 1 nd. Co intv, Klnnda / tseal) B) WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk DAVID P CATPMAN 14th Floor at 1M E. Flagler St. Miam. S3. Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NO Tl< E IS HEREBY GIVEN that d ', Ing to engag. m FAY CEE MAINTENANCE DIVISION it Hit Pom. .ie l-.-on Boue ward inlands to reglstei said name wit.i. le of the Circuit Court of Dade C T&THERFROOFINO PRODUCTS CO.. INC. By: Joel Diamond, President 1 t. '0 M'"1' CERTIF C-~H OF CORPORATE D SSOLUT CN IN T^E NAME AND BY THE NOTICE UNDER -,--:ORITY OF "HE sCT T.OUS NAME LAW JTJ'E c FL: r' N .hERKHY C.IV:N .... .PR ..... desiring t. engage in x %  MI oil %  l.-Vl's %  uucr.ii.v..-. ... : l. In -I. in 'US Hani.' % %  > VVhV.as ;:V • STRICTLY KO-H KB •A *DI.H :lil ; Com „. Av. MI,. 1K ,, MJAM iA H. ,-'-'. '.•':,• intends to register sald MANCEL R1SK1N, MIAMI BEAtH J !" |( clerk of the Circuit NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enge >'• .....iM.ss under the fictitious name of • MEXICO INFORMATION I ENTER M 1 no duPont Buttdljg. Mlamt,, Wj. intendto register > %  > >£>"• "', Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ao. County %  -'' S AM1 ,,,.,, ( x Sols Owner Hi" duPont Building Miami. Florl la SEAL I Dl'NN | Samuel h Fox I Miami. 1 J _Lh'LV'RIl Ad • n the 12th daj of Al ril, .. [i 1H58, cans* i< ">"•"' ; .' under the I rov stons of Chaptei_60i Florida Ptatutes, NATIONAL < REP1 FINANCING COMPANY, a corporation, with iti :;-i--ii'i i' 1 -';-',."' V.'-'y* nessat MIAMI BEACH, DADBCOl Ni-Y In the Stat. i I norlda, and wher. athi propel i fficers of such corporation did on U, Srd day of Fvbruary, \ p I'.'M. i %  -• tO he Hied in 111. office of th. Secretary of ttttjlttj Stat. of Florida, a dutly authentii-ated resolution adoptsd by tht st...-uhol.iers und or th. provisions of said Chaptei 60S Florida statutes, showing the U V ., %  it on ol Buck corporation. Now, therefore, the Secretary ol state does herefc • rtlftr to th. fontolng and that he is satisfied that the FequTraments of law hav, been com''""IN 'w'lTNK.-s WHEREOF. I hav. her. unto s. t my hand and hav. at,, x ,, • Great Peal of th. stat. of Fieri li %  Tallahassee, 11*Capital. th > the THIRD %  •> i 1961 ,.,. | %  DAMS, --. -. • •. (it N • srltl lh. Cl k of the COUnt> '' S OL WEISS Sol. i ner l "0-2T.2 8-10 NOTICE NDER F C T T OwS NAME LAW N ,. .; :" H1VKN t NOTICE UNDER FiCTIT'OuS NAME LAW S( •• .> HEREBY :'.\ EN : : %  engage in SAW si RMA I N ,.' '.: N A \.\ F> : %  HI R tends to • WEAR. INC .'. i %  S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51577-B IN RI Estate of EUGENE W. COX '^NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ail <>. dif.rs and All l'-ismis Having Claims m Demands Against s-aid '\''. m m hereby notified and required ',;'.' %  „ any -claims am. demand, 'which Mm may have against the ,Vt •" ECGENE W. COX deceased • Mian.,. Dade County, Florida to Sw County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In th courthouse In Dade County. n elghl calendar mm. hs ., of the first publication oi th. same will be barred .1. 'AN I' • X K MILLER Ru Iding ..-:: 24 Haml. J I %  C ill % %  % % %  %  N ,-ner P i M NN ley I a Miai .. tg. • %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKl.C-i i.lVl.N *|fced. dos:rinir to • V^AICAT;asfyithe Cuinty, Fhr, ; ^ ,, Miami. Florl la NEALJ. DVN\ neyfOf Si.mu.-l shox mi ^M ll i j BldgMian ,_ l0 l7 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HKIIKin i.!\ r.N %  ; ,:.' zssrsug ;""wE.1..,r^ h N""iN""'S.';: .,. foii6wing des rlbed property: .. isehold Good* As the property %  MI; F.AY I.AVIS. snsHoiw M .,,, property of MR. CLIFF KURELMBYER, and that on the 8rd day of Mi >i ... Miami, rdaTtheui .'ii.ft.Tf %  ty of Mr. Ray 1 ol Mr CBff Kurelm. • •..i at >' %  •. nuary, lMJ. .„__ ,„„ ACE-R.B. VANL1.NL*. me. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N-, .; -• %  -, IS HEREBY IMNI'.N thai d, -!,ring to i ngag. n : the fictitious name Box 8156 West II' llywood, Florida .„.,,. 1 27.2 • %  %  • •' NOT CE L-NDER F CT TIC -5 NAME LAW N ... t OI\ I N %  wiring to Dga • N VSS S AI-AR.IMI--N 16740 N • 'epu. North M Bend l register said i i • [he Clerk of th. Circuit Court of nt HyMAN"klRSNER nv • EONARD GOLDSTEIN i -Partn. i %  JACK ANKUS Attorney f. r Api lies I 420 Lincoln Ri .d ., ,. N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C ^£U' T c OF p -c.DA. '.N AND FOR DADE STY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 379 < ... nl'. ''NOTICE TO APPEAR EY PUBLICATION) KW< iP I'nknowj HEREBY rei ill d to ,,j 0 | your Answer to the :.:;::.;, Btthdmg.Viami nd file he original In he clerk of th. Circuit < ourl ... ,. b larj 20, i'.-'i. other -.. i, cause will b. taken as DATEI ^THIB l*th day of January, lM1E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk ,,. ths Circuit Court _, B y:K, M I-TMAN. '••' ,n y Cl,r ] M-J7.J/8-I0 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai ,i. desiring to engag. In | (he fl iner LEON A. EPSTEIN .,-:. rney i i applicant **** 1/17.1/8.10-11 CORPORATIOS Of TFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLCRIDIAN at FR 3-4605



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Pcce 4-A Page 12-A &f AHIV flcridHian Friday, February 10. 1SS1 Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61 MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY SAM LUBY, JR.: No. 27 in a Series Recent years have witnessed emergence of a group ol young businessmen in the Miami area who have established themselves as dynamic leaders in the city's economic and communal lite Some have had the good SAM LUBY, JK. fortune to follow in the footsteps of illustrious fathers who set their own exemplary pattern of service to the community, and specifically, to the Combined Jewish Appeal. Such wcll-delined "footprints in the sands of time'' have helped to guide Sam Luby. Jr.. CJA leader ot this week. Since his early days with the Young Men's Division of Federation, Luby has developed an intimate knowledge of the work of CJA's agencies This year, he has been appointed chairman of the CJA Automotive Division, a post which encompasses responsibility lor conducting the campaign in one of the major industries in south Florida. It is a job requiring a sense of organization, the ability to coordinate work of well-chosen assistants, and a ze>t for getting results in the shortest period o f time. These qualities, he has in abundance. When he is not assisting in directing the auto dealership which bears the family name. Luby devotes much of his time to the Combined Jewish Appeal. He recently accepted a top job in the Jewish Vocational Service, where he serves on the employers' advisory committee. His knowledge of the local labor market and awareness of the economic pulse of Dade county makes him a valuable board member of this CJA Agency. He is a member of Temple Israel, B'nai B'rith, the Standard Club, and Westview Country Club, and takes an active part in the proceedings of the Miami Auto Dealers' A-sn Young executives with the attributes of Sam Luby. Jr., help to place in perspective their paramount responsibilities in a growing community. He is a welcome addition to the leadership ranks of CJA. 800 Expected to Attend Hebrew Academy Dinner Honoring Beach City Councilmen T \ tallv of reservations for the forthcoming Bar Mitzvah dinner of the Hebrew Academy showed this week that more than 800 guests will be present. Councilman Wolfie Cohen, dinner chairman, reported final breakfast meeting ol at the the dinner committee last Sunday The SlOO-a-couple d.nner will be j analyst, the b\mjM deptet held Sunday in the Grand ballroom activities and program Mayor D. Lt( Powell, Kenneth Oka, Melvin Richard, Harold Spact, ind Morris L.j.p. city manager. B. I. Binder, president, said that the highlight ol the evening will be a sound film. "I relude to Leader;hip." Narrated by Gabriel He.,iter noted corrtrotrtalor and neus tbe the Fontainebleau hotel at o Academy's Hebrew and Engl. i departments.. P Proceeds of the affair, the largest Original music was written l< r f,.n KSrin* P eject of .he school, he film by Mrs. Jack DonneMUg, Sm %  ""W Part of the Ac-adthe school's 1 director emv's operational deficit. More than 80 percent of the 350 studen's Tifereth Israel Ark Dedication On Sunday. 7 30 p.m.. Gabriel He-after will be miest speaker and j Rabbi Morris Skop and Rabbi B. | Leon Hurwitz will join Rabbi Na-1 than H. Switman in dedicating the : i altar at Tifereth Israel Northside Center. 6500 No. Miami ave The ark was donated by Marshall Comis and Mrs. Pearl Comis in' memory of Louis Comis. It follows the architectural theme of emphasizing the figure six as a reminder of the six million martyrs of the Nazi holocaust. Altar furnj ishin^s were donated by other members of the congregation Larry Blue's orchestra will provide the music at the reception following the ceremonies Noted cantors will join Cantor Albert Glanutl in the liturgical portion of the program. are enrolled on a partial or full scholarship. County rabbis, community leadj ers, synagogue and temple presi' dents will be present to honor the councilmen of the City of Miami Beach for their "contributions to the advancement of education and dedication to the grewth and development of the City of Miami Beach." To be honored are Wolfie Cohen. Bernard Frank. Marcie Liberman. To Live in Hmru We Leave Behind ... i* io Live Forever! PALMER'S MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monumeef Bui/den" Scheduled Unveilings [ %  Miami Hebrew Book Ston 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religioui Supplies for | Synagogues. School* & Private Use ISRAELI 4 DOMESTIC GIFTS USY Group Has Torah Weekend United SynagOglM Youth of Beth David will celebrate a Torah Weekend beginning with participation in services ;it the synagogue < n Friday evening. Leading them in their activities ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722 ALL HEBREW SUPPLES FOR SYNAGOGUES* JEWISH HOMES We Carry Bar Mitavah Records will be Alan Kamen, former president, and Roberta Baum. current president. The group will also participate in the Oneg Shabbat following Friday evening services, as well as .it services Saturday morning and the Kuldush The l : SY group is planning a dance Saturday evening, and on Sunday morning will meet at a Beachite Named Consultant Sol Hollander, of MiMami Beach. has been named financial consult-, ant to a group of Miami investors ] who will manufacture and market I the Lemos Thermogon. a desensitizer for teeth and gums which can be used not only in dental offices.' hut at home as well. Al Lemos.' the inventor, is a resident of Hollywood. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew ft Sunday Schools. Wholesale ft Retail ISKAtLI GIHS AND NOVtllltS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1 9017 youth breakfast at the synagogue with Rabbi Norman Shapiro, spirIMI.I1 leader of Beth David. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt. S'efeo Cemetery SUNDAY, 1IB. 12, 1*61 SAM MAUIN, 1 p.m. April SAM BROWN, 1 p.m. RaM i M< M.I.. r Klein REUBEN ft UlliAN BURMAN, 1 p.m. RJ'h Abraham Wj,.xm MAURICE KRASNOW, 2 p.m. K.' iM u S>o DANIEl COWER, 2 p.m. Rabbi 8 Lfi h Hiineift ROSE SCHW4RT2, 2 p.m. Raj %  I i I Shol i MIDRIB BlOtK, 3 p.m. R..r. % % %  'i HunMts loktiidr Memorial Park Ctmifcry HERBERT KUMVT, 2 p.m. "Ma) 7 %  : • di Repose in I % %  '..il I'r.iif '" ARRAHStMFNTS BY PALMER S MIAMI K0NUMENT CO. —I %  m il I M I S J B I F I I I There is; si way and a wrong way attgZ2CgPh> %  % i Certain!] you *oul*t'rfi 5505 Northwest 3rd StreotPhone MOhawk 1-76*3



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Pcge 2-A *Jenist fkridFiatr Friday. February 10. 19E1 \ U.S. Secretary of Labor Goldberg Will Be Awarded Seminary's Lehman Medal States Secrctan of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg will be awarded i Herbert H. Lehman Medal of the Jewish Theological Seminary of rica at a convocation at Temple Emanu-El here on Monday. Feb. 27. The honor will be bestowed upon g ;n recognition of his 30 years ol service "in the cause • %  > -trial peace"" through the apphcatii of "those principle. l.ty and ethics that render the i .-:.:among men peaceful and Eminent scholars, educators, public officials and leaders in Ot/sincss, industry and labor will march in the sion which wil mal exercises, will assemble academic procesI precede the forSome 1,500 guests in the main sanctuary of the temple to witness the proceedings. Following the convocation, a dinaer will be held at the Miami Beach Auditorium, where four naI tionally-known Jewish leaders will By JTA Teletype Wire Laconic Denial JERUSALEM— The Israeli Government maintained Tuesday its policy of silence on reports of a West German loan for the industrial development of the N'egev. Asked for details by General Zionist Ezra Ichilov in the Kne.Trade Minister Pinhas Sapir expressed regret here that he could not say anything on the matIt r :.nd referred the deputy to a laconic denial by the Pr.me Mini>t-.. '.office last Jan. l Inciting to Riot AVIV—Moroccan a ged Tuesdaj bj thi v. D6< k %  nciti: pr< | aganda now THE YIVO FORUM tfeefj Every Saturday, 8 P.M. Central Beach Elementary School *i3 Waihingfon Ave Miami beach SATL. RDAV. FEB LEO FE1N5E G Poet. Journalist &. Translator ect: -Leo Tolstoy: The Ncvel-st A Moralist" : ... i %  %  %  %  Vivo C< mm. being disseminated mainly by the Moroccan press The organization also called on the Moroccan Government to defend Moroccan Jews from such acts as kidnaping of Jewish girls, unjustified arrests, maltreatment oj lew? by police, and similar acts and to safeguard fully the civil and human rights of Moroccan Jewry. < Toynbee Assist LONDON—Jarne? Zarb. the British businessman who arrived here Tuesday after his release from a prisoi Mi nday by Presidential decree, >uid he though: his release was dui to some extent" to remarkmade by Dr. Arnold Toynbee during a del ate in Moi .'.•;) Israel An.; --.. \\ i thi • -., red Israe trei "ncn in 194" with the Ni zi %  • of thi -It 5. Mr. Zarb was sentenced in :95? %  ;• ..:• %  r.-i 0 IC ::ii bj a I court on a charge of espioni leader of Temple Emanu-El. will welcome thf guests a: the convocatirri 3nd participate in the program of the day Dr. Louis Finkelstein and Dr. Bernard Martdelbaum, chancellor and provost, respectively, of the Seminary, will confer the Herbert H. Lehman Medal upon Gc'dberg. The citation wh'ch will accompany the medal states that Goldberg s career "has manifested irxreas'ng concern for the moral dimension of life" end that he "conceived the Code of Ethics which governs the conduct of great union officials throughout America." The citation also points out that he has "acted as peacemaker among unions, between unions and management, between man .-.-..man" and thai "'he act of Baking peace is the highest ethical achli ment of man, accordig to the J< .v. i-h faith." The meclfll MM <'f the mo-veted hor.it,the. Semjnary car bestow, am icision to c it upon Goldberg was by the unant mous vote g. f D New ^otK: 7e*h St. A Amiterda'i A.e. I



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Friday, February 10, 1961 "Jenisfi n$ridUar> Page 11 -B 4 • Arts and Religion Will Spark Week-Long Temple Israel Program Starting Monday Tfte relationship "between the rts and religion will be explored through a full week of var.ed programs Feb. 13 to 19 at Temple Israel of Greater Miami. With the exception of th i ..> 'i program next Monday, the <'.'oor of Temple Israel will be open rge :o the publii l< in a program that inxhibition, violin recital, interrelipious seminar, lee• on the American stage, and ol the Temple's new Schanfz pipe organ with a recital The annual institute for the eltrgy wifl launch the week's activities on Monday morning •when Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel, will discuss 'The Feinberg Speaks At Yivo Forum Leo Feinhorc will be guest ker at the meeting of the 'IT Miami Vivo Forum on Sa:. i rda> everi-.s; a: Miami Beach Public School, 1420 Washington I i Feinberg is a Yiddish and Russian poet. He is currently authoring "The Life and Works of Leo stoy" for publication in The j -Morning Journal. A regular columnist for The Day. erg is a well-known transla: Yiddish poetry into Russian. Saturday evening, Feinberg will < iscusi Leo Tolstoy—Novelist and M< ralist The Yivo Forum is a weekly piesi ntation of the Greater Miami Yivo ( mmittee Merchants Plan Annual Luncheon Mercantile Division of the ComI Jewish Appeal was to meet Thursday, 11:30 a.m., at Burdine's loard room :o discuss plans lor tnia luncheon Alfred Daniels, president of Buri ine*s, and chairman of the Mertile group, said the fund-raising event will be held on Feb. 21 at "he Dupont Plaza hotel. Robert Math:, president of Jordan Marsh, is luncheon chairman The committee which will mctudc some of South Florida".top executives in :he re'ail field, is now vrmation. Co-chairmen of the luncheon named this week: Leonard Farr. of Jackson's-Byrons; Harry I Katz, of Hartley's; and Samuel Mufson. of Jefferson Stores. Origin of the Sviaaojoe and the Jewisn Concept c Prayer.'' Par. ticipation is limited to Christian and Jew sh clergymen of the Gre*ter Miami area. .. opening %  : '••%  aru I art '\r... iti works of mi:..%  | Tem] l< Isfa< • • • %  .:: ., i, closii foil Sundi A... en mas the Castro lin recil F, 15. He will 1 schi an, also a Cul .. %  t air,p'.e Israi. • .-•. Nati Conference ristians ews and i ie :... oi the Ul oi An ericai Hebrew Coi gn gallons, i minar on "Religii n Faces 7. day's W< rid." Th si • feati :•. Albert : lilberl 1 I i and Max K... ussants. Vcrsp?n is director of the Commiss'sn on Sociaf Action of the Unien of American Hebrew Congregations anc au'hor of the recent book, Gian's of Justice." Dr Farley. Catht d assistant pi ofesi oi educatii.. the Universitj Mil mi is a member of the bi... : governors of %  In National Conference of Cl ians and Jews Karl was or;...; ;n the United Presbyterian Church .r, 1982. He 1 has been a director of the National Conference ol Christians and for the pa-' tet years, the las: tour in Miami as regifj rector lor Flor. Regular Sabbath eve services on Friday evening, Feb. 17, will be highlighted bv tn* dedication of Tempte fsrse-'s new pipe organ. Pr< i. N* Bl I: John Hopkins l'ni\ rsity *U1 speak on "The Jewish ntribut o the American St< -: .^ l< cturc planned for Si • s rning, Feb 18. TV 1,683-piTX Schantz organ, huil! to desigi espi : %  for Tempi* -•: %  concert rn %  Henn S Jai of New Orlei —n: :o the Temple on S afternoon, tollowins. which ihe art exhibition • los< with the .. ard rig 4 prizes Miramar Youth Planning Dance The dance committee of Miramar Jewish Youth Group will meet Sat ur, ay to make final plans for a semi-formal Sweetheart Dance on Feb 18 at the Hollywood Recreation Center. Music will he provided by a teenage dance band. Howard Rosenthai i* chairmi In keep the group's policj of coi :• service, :r.an> mem bcrs went out on the Cerebral Palsy drive recently. A tutal of S287 was collected by Sharon Herman, Janet Fedowitz. Marsha Romeo. Howard Rosenthai. Sarah Samuels, Fran Goldstein, Linda Solomon. Carol Goldstein, Judy Perl and Jed Perl. The group is sponsored by th Miramar Jewish Community organ* ization undi r the supervision oi S n senthal, ALEXANDER PRIIUTCH' Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion # £ You'll find complete fjP facilities ?c exactly satisfy •^ your needs in the Kismet, ~ Aladdin, Scheherazade end eP j. Rubciyot Rooms, be it for i wedding cr c private part • 1 for inlormationt HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 26th St. 6. Collins Avf ALBERT VORSPAN Ploridians Named By Hospital Mrs Ralph Rubinger. cf Palm Beach and Mrs William SchatzIrJrj Hollywood, were reelected •-: tfaticnal Jewish Hospital at Denvei %  free, non-secinual meet-{ I an. 23 Walter M Simon Denver attorney, was elected t his third term as president :: the 62-year-old hospital. Thi h< ned in '.899. has rly four and one quarter million patient-days of free r< %  • :;> o: tuberculosis and other chest disease! regardless oi race or crec Patients from Flor24 655* days oi care WONDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN, THE B A L MORA Elegant, luxurious surroundings, fcultless service, exceptional cuisine. Groups of10 to 600 catered in the royal manner! SIX ACHES ON THE OCEAN AT 98th STREET • MIAMI BEACH 'The Prestige Address" Sunset Division Music Program commemoration of Jewish rectet y Mrs. Evi traces Music Month, the Sunset Division of the di • er.1 National < I Jewish through thi yeat Women will present a musical proThe pr< m for the members of the Goldin the a th< Miami en Agi Friendship Club ot the MiYMHA 451 SW This is YMHA Branch on Sun aj after part of the • '. Senior Citi .; at 3 p.m. rogram reatei Miami JewThe production, written and diish Communitj renter &c tmnehmon: T, reption. Banquet.. Parties, Dinner* ... from 20 to 2000 catered in the manner of the Diplomat... an unhun-itd, •r^rttentlve. aoft-aooken aervica that makee en event mt your oceaalo*. THE DIPLOMAT MOTtl ANT COUNTtY ClUt IJO0 '••' o< Ono* ffocr N*llyMd--He.SM. rtaM Information: Demonic



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Page 2-B vJenlst Fh rod far* Friday. February 13. Abraham Ribicoif, Secretary of Health, Education, and Weli~re, end schoc! board member Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, c iacuSfj the lec roblem concerr.ir.c children of Cuban :e:urees. I h Meyers :s en the advisory commit:ee cf Miami .h B'r.c. E rith Adept Una Tcr:..'.:c project. The r:c i^m.i.ss en a p = :ie:-.e. ee=:s :s neeiee Re\ • Mayor Vischi At BS Meeting I b'ri:h W< esdi > L Bfl Assn., 900 NE 125th St., No Miami. The program will celebrate the 35th anniversary of the frundinp cf the city and the role (f B'nai E nth Women in sponsoring humanitarian and service activities in the t( mmunity -• an Mrs Gerald Sultz. District 5 president, and Mrs. Frank Brai I (strict officer. Prize is a complimentary ticket 'o the donor affair to he held Mar 15 at the Americana hn'el. Mrs. Mack Sherman is president, and Mrs. Al Abrams. 500 NW 108th ter.. is bulletin chairman. "W& KASHA of course! A froditionol standby forold-timey good Kasha -^/ Vorneshkes Kasha Knishes, and othertreots. Less than 2< a serving! the %  cy V. c 'i C-tony K"li 'grH) WoMTi Koto X Zz., .. Wolf KMfto So-*> Send for FKU KASHA COOK BOOK PMY.i S WOLFF. PM Y.n, BROWN ^WHfAT KASHA N* Yck w t\& HiMUk — ——%  %  %  % % %  %  %  %  %  ...;. %  > —. i ii n .l-*j DistrlbvHi By LEVINSONS FOOD SPECIALTIES 1050 fnjf 17th Street Mloleoh Florida P-one TU 7-1171 (.IMMMVAV IMMOIM MVTHIS HOLLAND HONEY CAKES OUTSTANDINGLY DELICIOUS! NO FAT OR SUGAR USED! LOW, LOW IN CALORIES TRY ONE SOON AT YOUR FOOD MARKET OR HEALTH FOOD SHOP ASK FOR HOLLAND HONEY CAKE Miami Chapter Extends Founders Tradition at Hadassah Functions Monday Some -;? j Hadassah. the Won i of A: W< rk !" sending nurs< • J i -.. %  • n a -mail heal'h welfare Itj n treati trachoma. a dread i Fron comprehensive r< social welfare program in Israel, and today, Hadassah su]; rts -even hospitals—five in Jerusalem, one in Safcd and one :r. Beershebt—totaling more than 75'' beds, and treating thousands of patients annually. On June 1, Hadassab's vast network of medic.-.] services will be transferred to the new HadassahHebrcw University Medical Center at Kiryat Hadassah Large sums of money are needed '.o complete this huge i.ri ration and three groups ot the Miami chapter of Hadassah will hold their annual Hada s i ,.ii will include a tf.tc.al demonstration by a repi live from the Bell TelephoiH A'bert EinsfvfH creep ill have a reguli I :1 Monday, p.m.. a: 1 meth <>ngrerecl of the National Conferenci ; %  -• Cat D Aviv* C-3V.O ave a covere : : ah 1; \., THO Jewish Festivals Pageant ountry • i %  %  r, M; .m Limck and Patsy Chairmen and Mr? H;.r. Id Kravitl Menorah group will hold an HDay luncl m.. Monday, a; the Saxony hotei There will be ; n auction, and entertainment • v. :;i be provided by Diosa Costello. Chairmen are Mesdames Jack Toppcll. David Altcrman. and Raymond Wolf. Torah group will hold a luncheon and card party at the Kings BayYacht and Country Cub on Tuesday, 11:30 am All sponsors will be eligible for special prizes. Chairmen art Mrs Sam Niebers and Mrs H;.rr> chairman is Mrs Sam Wi — on will I Naomi group > regvi. ]., r ., on Monday, s 30 p.m.. i r* Lane i (eria on ( Pn tram will feature a ha: E •>' ,; > N < Beth Emeth S SterhOOd was to Mt. Sccpus crouo ftill havi present a Pageant I Jewish Fes*ipaid-u] n • party on v;ilon Thurs a; at 8 30 p.m. InMonday not nic T m vited to parl at< were churches pie. 41 Vali and schi area Cantor Hyman %  "• i I • ; res< nl the musii • e pro) Membi rs of S %  %  I : ianned a : Jewish holida; Mrs. Grossinger Will be Honored Mis M • '-' OCh president of the Mi) • Beach chapti r of the Jewisl '%  lional ii >me for Asthmatic ( announces that the chai :< having its fir*t luncheon at the ii.ui>, • -' i • iseway, North Bay \ on ThUTI nonn. Fel I >j • sweal trs 1 he shi an at %  • d y members of th cl Gui Mi .i %  • • i !ros in .> r I rec ve a I .e meml ers !e and pin. Chaim Mrs Shrrli Chai group Purim \ r ertaii Dade Heights Yo'jng Judea Youi Da Hel I rhurs. i is %  Have you noticed the lot %  w price of Heinz Vi % '. • : *** %  <2k You don't have to look any further: there isn't a more popular dish in sight than Heinz strictly Vegetarian Beans. Everybody loves them. Everybody wants seconds. Everybody goes away from the table happy. Nourished Why not tonight? TheSeal of TheUnionOf Orthodox Jewish Congregations Of America if c i SCANS *5£ 3EAHS 8EAUS %  --— • I



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.£& %  Friday, February 10, 1961 *Jkwisti HorMKan Page 9-A %  KaaiH* v %  Si j ^^ 1 'j m II i K**4 % *%> i-ftS! %  s % %  : %  ; m E9 / 4 13r X ^ i 97^ / ^* MM~ til 1 V f V i 1 in—_ V 1 1^%* J Indictment Lists 15 Counts Against Eichmann Increased pledqes to the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal are turned ; n by these members of the Manufacturing and Transr ort Division ct a big dinner meetinq last week at Miami pringt Villas Carriage Club. Seated are Martin Lodge and Phil Revitz. Standing are Herbert D. Miller and Yale Ogron. Reid Ends Ambassador Tenure; Hopes for Middle East Accord Continued from Page 1-A "peace r-,ust came. There is simply no alternative to peace." It Will taW concentration and a great ctal of patience, but the I •xtensicr to the Arab lands of ftie ecoremic and social projress | •bservit.e in Israel is certain to make ar impact toward peace in the em re area. When the standards cf living of the Arab peoples aie raised, he declared, &f here is no doubt that the present armistice agreements between Itrael and its Arab neighbors will be metamorphosed into peace treaties. Mr. R< ;1 had hi^li praise for Israel. n<>; nly for officials and leaSrg but .iiso for the Israeli people, was tpeciall) laudatory of the treatment accoraed by Israel to ArabI,. ~: in the country. "I have visiuv! Nazareth, which is virtually an all-A'uO oily." he said, "and 1 aw Aiai; progress everywhere. "Vast strides have boon made by the IsratI Government to extend education among the Arabs in the cdunti\>, (I to extend all oppoitunitic::• -rai.M the Arab citizens i' 'he land The Ministry of Health h; d>r..' truly remarkable work ,iM %  m the Israeli Arabs." fir %  : %  !. who is only 35. learned Hebrew ; e ioro a-v-iming his post. Both h. a.d hi.wife. Mary Louise. studied Hebrew at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. Mrs Reid said that in Israel she used a Hebrew name. Miriam. Her fourth child. Elizabeth, was born in Israel, and was also given a Hebrew name—Elisheva. Mr Reid was formally greeted aboard the SS United States by Israel's Counsel-General in New York. Binyamin Eliav. who extended to the returning American diplomat the greetings of Israel's Ambassador to Washington. Avraham Harman. Beach Singers Due At Music Festival Miami Beach Community Singers will be one of the performing groups included in the program of the annual community-wide Jewish Music Festival, it was announced by Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman. The Festival will take place on Sunday night. Feb. 26, at Temple Israel. The program will include other vocal and instrumental artists as well as dancers. Under the direction of Ben Yomen. the Miami Beach Community Singers will present a mixed chorus of 46 voices. This will mark the first appearance ot this group at a festival concert. Continued from Page 1-A ity. This was presumably aimed at underscoring the universal aspects of the trial. Eichmann was accused of having caused with others, during the period 1939-1945, the murder, destruction, enslavement and deportation of the civilian Jewish population of Germany, the Axis countries and countries occupied by them. In another count, he was accused of having "persecuted Jews on national, racial, relig-ous and political grounds." This mass murder, the indictment said, was carried out by means of operational groups, the BinsatZ-Gruppen, in German-occupied countries where Jews were enslaved and tortured, by means ot local concentrations and mass deportation-; conducted under harsh and inhuman conditions in Germany. Austria, Italy. Bulgaria. Belgium, the Soviet Union. Lithuania. Latvia. Estonia, Denmark. Holland. Hungary. Yugoslavia. Greece, Luxembourg. Monaco. Norway, Poland, Czechoslovakia, France and Rumania. Eichmann was charged with carrying out these acts while serving as the head of the department of Jewish Affairs in Berlin in 1942. and as head of a special Eichmann operations unit in Budapest. He was charged in another count with having caused serious physical and mental harm to millions of Jews by enslaving, starving, deporting, persecuting and incarcerating them in ghettoes and concentration camps under inhuman conditions of humiliation, starvation, overcrowding and torture. In a further count, Eichmann was charged with devising in 1942, measures for the sterilization of Jews in Germany and occupied areas with the goal of preventing births among Jews, with the intent to destroy the Jewish people. The indictment also charged the Nazi, together with others, of having caused spoliation of property of Jewish residents in Germany and in occupied countries by robbery, coercion, terrorism, and torture. Among the crimes against hu-i inanity charged to Eichmann M as the deportation from 1340 to 1942 oi 500,000 Polish civilians from their places of residences, with the intent to settle German families in their place According to the in distment, the Polish deportees were in part transferred to Germany to serve as forced labor or for "reGermanization." partly abandoned in German-occupied eastern regions and partly concentrated in labor camp.', by the Hitler Elite SS under inhuman conditions. Eichmann also was accused, together with others, of having caused in 1941 the deportation ot 14,000 Slovene civilians from their places of residence in Yugoslavia, to make room for settlement of German families. According to the indictment, the Slovenes were; transferred to Serbia by coercive, terrorist measures under inhuman conditions. Eichmann and his aysociates jyere also charged, in another count, with causing the deportation of many thousands oE gypsies to concentration camp; and then to extermination centers. FBI Expert Addresses Bar J. Edgar Hoover's foremost erpert on Communism addressed the Hade Countj Bar Assn. at i's monthly luncheon meeting al noon Monday at the Tip O" the Colum. bus. He is William C. Sullivan, ch tl inspector in charge of FBI research and analysis relating to Communist subversion, intelligence and espionage activiti* -. uel .!. Powers, Jr., Bar pr ,ident, said inspector Sullivan di %  • cussed Communist tactics, the mechanicoi the party's operation, and how the US can successfully combat the R< ds tye**0 F£B./a DOG RACING Nightly except Sunday FIRST RACE 8:15 EM. 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