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^Jewish Flaridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 9 -i Miami, Florida. Friday. March 3. 1961 Two Sections — Price 20 arman Will Join Eban at Bond Inaugural Bar Mitzvah Anniversary To be Feted as Campaign For $80 Million Opens 0.S., CAMADJANS ASSIST ... 8A; WOMEN'S DIVISION ... IB Two historic milestones in the life of the State of Israel will be celebrated this weekend as the 1961 inaugural conference for Israel Bonds meets at the Fontainebleau hotel. More than 2,000 delegates from the United States and Canada have gathered here to usher in the observance of the 13th or Bar Mitzvah anniversary of the State of Israel and the tenth anniversary of the founding of the Israel Bond campaign. The weekend conference will .; provide a dramatic occasion for paying tribute to the people of Israel who will be represented by Abba Eban, Israel's Minister of Education, and his wife, both of whom have won worldwide recognition as Israel's foremost ambassadors of good will and friendship. AVKAHAM Ht**AH ... joins the fun Deny Kennedy to Defer Israel-Arab Peace Efforts POLICIES DUE FOR CHArtOE?.,. PACE 11 A Morocco Kings Death Panics Jews as Doubt Spreads About Future JTA—By D ; rect Teletype Wire PARIS—The Paris daily. France Soir. reported Tuesday that Moroccan Jews were frightened by the possibility that the sudden death Sun day of King Mohammed V might affect them adversely. The paper declared that the 200,000 Jews and the 200.000 Frenchi men living in Morocco had realized since Morocco attained ir.Jepender.ee ~+.hat it was the late king who assured stability within the country and who protected their safety. Some of them, including the Jews and French Christians, wen reported as now fearing that his death might lead to internal friction and troubles which might : adversely affect their status. IN GREETING TO )Nf ASSEMBLY ... FAGl S-A A procession of several hundred WASHINGTON—i JTA)—High Administration sources this week de-! Casablanca Jews led by rabbis nied a report that President Kennedy had decided to "defer" White j wearing prayer shawls over their AMA MAN in Miami Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman is expected to arrive here this weekend to take part in the festive banquet Saturday night. .. _,..,. .,„.„.,. These sources, close to Mr. Kennedy, said the reports were spread Scores ot pre-conference events _. ~ .. „ ,, in the Miami area have mobilized bv a State Department faction se-king to placate the United Arab -ncouraging response to the Bar Republic at a time when other elt &f Mitzvah campaign for Israel Bonds nients W1,mn lhe Department have far had ro opportunity to act on with $1,300 being the special honor ,03t Patience with Nasser's support rht Arab-Israel situation because category for delegates who will ot pro-Communist forces in the Con^ mofe pressing cruci ,| s j tya House efforts for Arab-Israel peace participate in the two major events of the conference—the Israeli-Italian fashion show and lunch of the Women's Division at noon Friday, and the Israel Bar Mitzvah celebration and dinner Saturday evening. Under the hard-driving leaderContinued on Page 12-A go and elsewhere in Africa. The White House has positively made no decision to abandon the objective of Arab-Israel peace, and Mr. Kennedy's position remains precisely as stated last August, sources said. They pointed out that the President has so Liberal Bloc Offer Noted OUTLOOK PM...MCE le-A JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire TEL AVIV—The formation of a national "liberal bloc" of non-So-j cialist parties of the General Zionists, the Progressive Party, and the j Herut was proposed Monday night j by Menahem Beigin. leader of the Herut party, at a central committee mee g. JERUSALEM—(JTAV—The Israel Ministry of Justice received this An earlier decision of the Prowgek ^ $1 ooo.ooO.OOO claim against Adolf Eichmann. Nazi war criminal! gressives to create such a bloc witn ^^ directed the killing of 6.000.000 Jews in Europe, whose trial is to i Zionist Orgar the General Zionists specuican> ^^ ^ ^ Aprj[ Thg daim wa _. addressed t0 the Jerusalem : stated Sunday tions involving the Congo, Cuba, Laos, delicate diplomacy with the USSR, and the missile gap problem as well as the domestic recession issue. While the Big Powers are maneuI vering at the United Nations on the I alignment of Afro-Asian forces on I the Congo crisis, allegations were i anti-Jewish legislation. heads filed through the city's streets Tuesday in mourning for King Mohammed V. Jews in synagogues throughout Morocco and in public processions in other cities chanted the traditional prayer for the dead in mourning for the king who died on the operating table Sunday. Several hundred Jews assembled at the walls of the palace in Rabat to say prayers. The late king's liberal attitude dates back to 1942. when he refused to countersign decrees by the proNazi Vichy regime introducing gressives to create such a bloc with the General Zionists s excluded the Herut party. A special committee of the two parties is now at work on the proposal, and the Horut resolution was l egor d ed as a formal bid to be included in the new political alignment. Sponsors of the idea hoped to present a candidates' list at the next election, which came closer to Continued on Page 2-A Families of Eichmann Victims Ask $1 Billion in Reparations open Criminal Court and was submitted by Dr. M. Ostrowski. noted international law expert, on behalff of the widows and orphans of those murdered in Poland by the Nazis. Eichmann's defense attorney. Dr. Robert Servatius, planned meanwhile to leave for West Germany again in a new bid to obtain financPolish precedents for such payments for the defense of Nazis charged with crimes outside of Germany. The attorney also said that if West Germany provides such aid. he would refund the $20,000 Israel has ing of defense costs from the West j agree d to pay him, part of which German Government. The Co-1 lo^ne attorney contends there are j Continued on Page 9-A spread and "planted." sources said, without Mr. Kennedy's knowledge or authority, that the White House was abandoning plans to promote Arab-Israel peace. Sources familiar with the weekend developments characterized it as a "short-sighted" attempt by some State Department elements to propagandize Nasser. President Max Bressler. of the nization of America, at a Jewish National Fund assembly here that "we still cherish" President Kennedy's promise to work toward an early Arab-Israel peace. "We realize full well that President Nasser is exercising his influence in Asia and in Africa not only against Israel but against the United States, as has been amply demonstrated by his role in the Congo." Bressler Continued on Page 3 A W. Germany Fears Mounting Results of Trial JTA—By Direct teletype Wire West German political leaders! i about the possible impact of the I BONN—Political sources reported | findin( s 0 f tne trial on West GerTuesday that the West German manv s position in the Western, Parliament, acting before the openfamily of nations. They were reing of the trial on Apr. 11 of Nazi | ported fearful that "old woundsmass murderer Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem, will pass a joint resolution condemning the crimes com mitted by Eichmann and his aides German people. The plan for the resolution, it was reported, reflected concern of would be reopened, and that world opinion would react to the trial revelations by condemning the Reports have been circulating in Berlin that the East German regime will mark the opening of the trial with publication of a new list of persons involved in the Naxi regime who are now in the West German administration diplomatic service and judiciary. The list, it was reported, will be published in many languages, including those of Asian and African countries. In a related development, the i eighth of a series of 14 programs on the Third Reich. "The SS State," was telecast on the West German ] television network. The series was I produced by the Stuttgart and j Cologne broadcasting stations. The 140-minute film on the SS depicted j the terror exercised against the churches and the political foes of Continued on Page 16 A During the Nazi years, the Moroccan ruler fought with determination Marshall Petain's decision to Introduce yellow stars for Jews in the North African protectorate. UAR Preparing For Total War, Gen. Tsur Says BEERSHEBA—(JTA)—Gen. Zvi Tsur. Israel Chief of Staff, warned at a public meeting here this week that the United Arab Republic was spending enormous sums to build its military machine for a total war on Israel. He added that while UAR le3dI ers were running into difficulties in that effort, there was not the slightest doubt that they were making progress toward their goal. ile added that while Israel was still "one step ahead." it will have to work hard to maintain that advantage which he described as a qualitative one. Addressing an audience in Damascus, President Nasser of the United Arab Republic said: "The day of reckoning is drawContinued on Page S-A



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Page 2-A > k n i si ffkrMxn Frida y. March 3 'J Liberal Bloc Offered as Election Sen Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, presents the Herbert H. Lehman Medal to U.S. Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg (right) at special convocation ceremonies Monday at Temple Emanu-El. Prof. Abraham Heschel, of the Seminary, gave the second annual Samuel Friedland Lecture at the convocation. (See "During the Week ... As I See It." Page 4-A.) Continued from Page 1-A realitj Tuesday, when Prime Min listr.Pen-GjtciPO.nflUlwd%''"' • Ben Z\ i he was unable to form a new government and thai his Mapai party ..recommending new sen eral electi ins Meanwhile, the Mapai pi which has nol yel recuperal the crisis of the La* on affair and ii> consequences, w as face I w ew crisis follow in i warning given bj Premier Ben-i ne v genei lions ar icM. as si enw Ukerj now, he w ill lem-and \ eto pi wer over the compel of ihe list ol candidates uhuh the Mapai will put up. in orter I" make certain thai Pinhas i.avon. whom he ousted from Hi:idrut leadership, is not included among the candidateIn making this declaration at a meeting of the secretarial of the Mapai party. (Jen-Gorton .-aid he IS not prepared to appear on the same list of candidates with I.avon How ever, he promised not to interfere otherwise with the formation of the list of Mapai candidates. The announcement by BenGurien came at a shock even to some members of the Mapai secretariat, who supported him in the fight with Lavon. Should BenGurion succeed in forcing a party majority not to include Lavon in the list of candidates, it may create an intra-party crisfs far greater than the origiral Lavon crisis, seme of his supporters fear. id lai atui'i i. iv.n en the MftfMi new elections after the part) i y reject the idea ol ivernu Prime Mints binte i in the ,. .. aftet • %  v al ReH rious fpartj tun : low n his, a small coal • :; ii,/i*H .icclion was ',•.', tion app, %  ,:; Mapai secretar %  :: istrrs and .•Israel -r. %  Hebrew Univ. Sets National Confab Here More than 200 top Jewish leaders from throughout the United States are participating in the firs; national conference of the American Friendi of the Hebrew University ever held in the South A reception Sundaj afternoon at the Pontainebleau hotel, from I until 7 30 r m w ill climex the four-da) con I \ w hicfa v* j< ; • get under way Thursday morning at the hotel with a breakfast hoste I by Lous H Borar ani featuring addresses by Julian B. Venezky an I Samuel Rothberfl s iday's reception will feature rsonal message from Dr. Bernar! 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The story the Hebrew University's still-unfinished central campus al Gi" il Ram, a Ji lem suburb The Hun moves t<> the barren wastes of the v : southern deeri n where much oi the Hebrew University's research is put to practical use Famed geologist Yaacot Bentor and his studies Ol rock formations are depicted as he and bis students travel to Timna. site of King Solo men's mines, where science has revived the ancient copper indu.N try Also observed is the new ceramic* industry. eWiCt Prescription Specialists NOW IN TWO MODERN Alt-CONOfTIONfO, ENLARGED REACH LOCATIONS iNOtE PAKKING SPACI CONVIMIHIJ TO tUSIS 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-7425 Eatr. Woshinatea At. Man—fcai 728 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS PRESCRIPTIONS FME1 CONTACT LENSES r*tt msmim Rabbi Joseph E. Riciw MS MICHIGAN AVI., MUNI. Phone JE I-3SN INSURANCE-, ONE STOP AGEN^ JEWELRY—FURS—MISCELLANEOUS F10ATTB AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY A PHYSICAL DAkUH Limits to Meet yon •eee'l TW Aoency that CAN say YES! 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Friday. March 3. 1961 •Jewis§i Fkridian Page 3-A Israel Bond Manager Leaves for Philly; To be Feted at Reception Sunday ftOMIS SIPSER Attorney General Names Miamian A Miami attorney has been named a apecial assistant attorney general byRichard W Krvin. attorney general ol the State of FJorida. He is-Martin Budniek. whose otfjces are at 509 Ainsley bidg.. Miami. Budniek graduated from the University Of Florida in 1953. with a BSBA degree. He received a lawdegree from the University of Miami in 1868. Budnkk served with the U.S. Occupation Army in Germany from 1953 to 19S5. He is a member of the Florida Bar and admitted to-practice in the federal cojrrts. For the past two years, he has been program chairman of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'ri.h, and was recently elected its treasurer. He presently serves as secretary and member of the board of directors of Temple Zamora Budniek is married and has two daughters. Morris Sipser, Greater Miami Israel Bond manager, will be hon-1 ored at a cocktail reception to be tendered by the executive board of the Israel Bond Organization. The reception will be held Sunday afternoon, 3 to 6 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oritt, 810 Lakeview dr., Miami Beach, as a farewell tribute prior to Sipser's departure for Philadelphia, where he will assume the duties of manager of that community's Israel Bond Organization. His successor will be Dr. Aaron Kahan, who achieved an outstanding record as Israel Bond manager Pawley fo be Speaker William D. Pawley. owner of the Miami and Miami Beach bus systems and former Ambassador to Brazil and Peru, will address the Luncheon Club of Sholem 1-odge, B'nai B'rith. at noon on Friday, at the Robert Clay hotel. Eli lluiwilz and Alfred Kreisler are cochairmen. in Toronto, Canada. Sipser has served as manager of the Greater Miami Israel Bond campaign for three years. During his tenure, approximately $4,000,000 in Israel Bond sales was achieved here This represented a 50 percent increase UM Prof Will Speak Monday Greater Miami Lay Diabetes Society will meet M. Celia Diamond is president of the Women's Division of the J. M.C. Assn. of America and Canada. BABY SITTERS Reliable-and willing Coral Gables Students. RICHARD GERTMAN, 17 SUSAN GERTMAN, IS MO 1-6441 WASHERS KENMORE AUTOMATIC like new rnrr 3 months supply soap iKtt CULUY GUARANTEED SPEC'Al SALE $57 P T137 NW 54 ST. PL 9-6201 REFRIGERATORS $25 Up Guaranteed A stimulating guide for youngsters and adults on the customs, traditions and observances of JuduiMlU •nrouR JEWISH HERITAGE" ft printed in English—aa inspiring booklet for every home and everyone in it. KM FREE COPY, tend re* quest to: Ray Keator, Kraft Foods Company, 99 Park Avenue, New Yock 1*N. Y. personalized service at the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service except rosh hashono and yom kippur =3 FENCE AT A SAYING! M All Aluminum "Golden Link" + Aluminized Chain Link FHA FINANCED NO MONEY DOWN PHONE TU 5-1446 FORT LAUDERDALE JA 31326 %  Color-weve strips in colors (privacy without upkeep) -* Galvanized chain link -* Reed Patio Screen + Saf-T-Link }" mesh chain Link %  Plastic Covered chain link FENCE MASTERS, INC "The Company to call is the one that has them all!" 7101 N.W. 69th AVE. P.O. Box 35 666



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Pcge 4-A vjewist fk>riidliiairi Friday, March 3. 1961 "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-46C5 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MTNDLIN Executive Editor Publlnhed .V.TV Friday alnc. 1SS1 % % %  T* Jewish Ploridlan .11 ISO N I". Klxth Sf.it. Miami I. Fiorina Second-Claan Poatac< Paid al Miami. Florida. The Jewish Floridian hps absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Aoency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. ot S*olsh Jewjah Newsapr*..Jind the Florida Presa.Aaan. The Jewish Plorldlan -i"not auarantee the Kaehruth nf the merehandiae advertised In it* columns. SUBSCRIPTION One Year $.500 RATES: Three Years $10 00 ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel IRAY U. BINDER Correspondent J Volume 34 Number 9 Friday. March 3. 1961 15 Adar 5721 King Mohammed's Death What the sudden death erf King Mohammed V cf Morocco will mean to the status of the Moroccan Jewish community is yet to be determined. King Mohammed last week pledged to permit the Jews of his country to leave at will. The pledge came in the wake of increasing antiSemitic manifestations following the death on the high seos of 43 Jews attempting, without official exit papers, to leave Morocco and move to Israel. The king's vow was in many ways a courageous one. Mainly, it invited UAR President Nasser's certain enmity. Ncsser, only a few weeks before, at an Arab "summit conference" in Casablanca, succeeded in ramming through an anti-Israel resolution to the Arab declaration cf principles that emerged out of the conference. In larae measure, the sudden wave of antiSemitic actions in Morocco may be easily traced to the Nasser visit and to his resolution. King Mohammed's sop to the UAR President was his warning to Moroccan Jewry that no "foreign" organizations would be permitted into the country to "talk up" emigration to Israel. He meant, of course, Zionist groups traditionally constituted to assist Jews seeking a new life in Israel. There is also reason to suspect that King Mohammed knew poor Jews would find it difficult to emigrate and that rich Jews would be slow to make the decision. Nevertheless, without regard to his personal motives, or to the safety measures he accorded himself in his subsequent dealinas with Nasser and the Soviet Union, in whose circle of influence he was increasingly exposing himself. Mohammed V certainly made a creditable and humanitarian offer. Now that he has suddenly died, following nasal surgery last weekend, the fate of Morocco's beleaguered Jews seems more doubtful than ever. Forming a New Government The difficult process of reconstituting a government is plaguing Prime Minister Ben-Gurion severely these days. In resigning, he quietly bargained on making slight shifts in the balance of power. That he also succeeded in winning his point with Pinhas Lavon, thus forcing Lavon's resignation as secretary general of Histadrut, now seems small compensation. Perhaps Mr. Een-Gurion is finally faced with more than, in fact, he had bargained for. Ministers Meir and Sapir have long since reconsidered their initially firm refusal once again to serve in a Ben-Gurion cabinet. Whatever the reasons behind their chanqe in heart, whatever the compromises, the original stand cf these veteran Israeli diplomats is a significant sian of the times; it symbolizes the attitude toward Ben-Gurion in government circles today. Mr. Ben-Gurion undoubtedly continues to be surrounded by admiring supporters, and there remains some reason to hope that he may yet form a new coalition without havinq to ihrow the country into an expensive election. But the popular tide seems to be turning; the old Ben-Gurion maqic no longer obscures the possibility of new leadership marked bv different political attitudes emerging on the Israeli horizon. So scarred with furious partisanship and unhappy confusion is the atmosphere these days that no less a personality than Pinhas fcavon, himself, seems silently to be qrooming himself as Ben-Gurion's successor. All of which recalls Mr. Ben-Gurion's earlier unrelentinq criticism of Israel's multi-party system with its manv fraamented allegiances. The Prime Minister, in less turbulent times, was unable to bring reform to this system, in whose vaque and incredible machinery he now finds himself enmeshed. That he has no easy time of restoring the government from which he resigned several weeks ago should therefore cause him little surprise. *Z2s during the week ... as i see it by IE0 MINDLIN fflnuemvimwiiiiiian. |u|ORAL principle was the tw theme at a convocation of the Jewish Theological S. ary of America on Monday in Temple Emanu-EI. The convocation served as the site for the presentation of the Herb!,-. H. Lehman Medal to Seen of Labor Arthur Goldberg The presentation was preceded by Prof. Abraham Heschel m ihe second annual Samuel Find. land Lecture. Both men concerned themselves with ethical concepts — if imm differing points of view. Labeling himself the second oldest in the Kennedy Administration, an observation which elicited much laughter, Secretary Goldberg nevertheless spoke in the firm tones of yi ithfu] purpose, quoting Isaiah's "truth is fallen in the street.' and sounding the warning of Kcholcth: He that followeth after corruption shall be filled with it." Turning from prophets to newspapers, the Secretary described the 'modern commentary" of man. in which he alluded to "busint -executives, men of substance and status responsibility and deci pursuing practices shamefully unethical;" labor leaders, rep the welfare of hundreds of thousands, "breaking nicb trust SODS] gain;" and government executives •seemingly unahi linguist] between the privilege ot public service anci ihe opporl mr self •enrichment." Each of his illustrations made clear reference to exampl -he nation's recent headlines, and it is their destructive consei "the sunlight of man's spirit'" in America that Mr. Goldberg to flee in our growing need for "ethical acknowledgement si I leadership trom those whom the world considers hard hi practical." HIS MASTER'S VOICE Miami Executive Leaves Committee for Israel Bonds of Greater Miami is losing an imaginative and driving executive in the departure of its city manager. Morris Sipser. Mr. Sipser leaves shortly to assume the leadership of the Israel Bond office in Philadelphia. Since his arrival here three years ago. Greater Miami's bond campaign scored some S4 million in sales, representing an increase of 50 percent over the previous three-year period. Under Sipser's aegis, this community achieved a top position among cities across the nation in its vital contribution to the financial development of the State of Israel through a steadily soaring bond campaign. In 1960, Golda Meir came to Miami to present the Israel Bond committee with her government's "Decade City Award." one of only ten made in the United States, in recognition of this achievement. Mr. Sipser's quiet but persevering leadership has been an invaluable contribution to Greater Miami's bond drive. His departure is sincerely regretted. .. PRAGMATIC MASONS fOU BEING ITH/CAl IN A MODIFIED reference to William .lames" classical "biti Success. 1 suppose out of respect to the convocation's gatl a temple, the Labor Secretary deplored the prevalent belief I I sue(i s stems largely from the rejection of truth, honesty, chai and prudence — and also forgot James' contribution to the A rican philosophy of pragmatism, in which the moral precept is baupon Utility and workability. Despite the apparent if silent paradox, the youthful -pokefor our nation's New Frontier called upon us to be remembered as a generation "that received from our fathers a love ior the good and passed it to our sons still passionately alive." If truth ha<. i fallen in the street, he declared, "let us lift her up again define the purposes for which we spend the few years granted us. and ask *'h< ther freedom and individual dignity prosper in our cause." The alternative to such a moral reawakening, in Mr. Gold view, is sadly an aspect of Jamesian pragmatism, but nevertheless a cogent one: "... a nation that conceives its purpose as the satisfaction and fulfillment of personal ambition, personal desire, and personal power (shall not) ... be justified in asking the support of the many millions in the world who are poor and deprived and bouni in with economic misery and social sorrow." If we are not ethically \ lable. it will also not be our good grace to maintain the pace in the cold war. -:THE COD AND THf. DIVINITY Of YOUTH Human Assistance Program ORT Day will be observed throughout the nation next Wednesday. Mar. 8. Grc-ater Miami's chapters will join in the celebration of the event. Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training, with a worldwide network of schools, cims to give the oppressed and underprivileged new technical skills that Will enable them to become se'f-supporting. Since World War II. ORT has trained some 350,000 persons, many of them in flight from oppression, others chained by generations of poverty to the bleakest kind of existence. ORT in Israel, launched there at the inception of the Jewish State, has been throughout its history one of the vigorous forces moving the country toward greater strength. Organization for Rehabilitation Throuah Training currently maintains 663 installations in 20 countries on five continents. During the past year, the organization trained over 40,000 students in more than 70 modern skills and trades. ORT Day is "the climax of the membership drive of Women's American ORT. Founded in 1927, it now numbers some 58,000 members, who are to be congratulated for their contribution to the human assistance they have been rendering. SECRETARY GOLDBERG'S presentation thus enshrined the Kantian hypothetical imperative upon the throne of indigenously V rican utilitarian principle in a manner designed to achieve both hi !h and eloquent purpose. For the philosopher, this is pure impossibih Fir the Labor Secretary, honestly motivated and realistically oriented, it represented nevertheless an urgent recognition of the ti "ethical conduct is one of the ends of our society Prof. Heschel. calling for moral rearmament of anothei in large part based his Samuel Friedland lecture on a recap of his attitudes on the aging process. looking not to the youtl vie* and the future, but to the twilight years and the present. Prof schel charged the nation with woeful neglect of its senior citizens he said, "the sick, despised, rejected and lonely. J tee th together. I >ee them forlorn, forgotten. The matters of y< -' the discarded today." But if we seem generally at fault in neglecting the B8. in,!l vidual is principally the miscreant. For ours is a people in< ible if accepting old age. fearful of considering it to the point of obsession." anci bent upon concealing it in beauty parlo:routfcv inducing potions. "Youth." declared Prof. Heschel. "is oui being young is divine." Lauding increasingly prevalent efforts to deal with th needs of the aging through Social Security, be urged a reevi their spiritual needs at a time when the natioi apologize for being alive.'" Warning that the "true measure of a culture ..(he si which it behaves toward the elderly.' the noted philosopher impudent and still infant geriatric programs "design* '1 dren of the aged'" and to achieve "trivialuation c: exit I *•* *• *•" THE CONQUEST Of SPACl AND TIME P ROF. HESCHEL resumed his two-prong attack tired tained an unrelenting eye on the individual reengrossment with eternal values vchen, for most peopli tendl to mean to be retarded Referring to eras of the pa^t. he pinpointed prayei ritual as an aspect of man's continuing concern foj I of eternal values. But such active participation in the efl the burden of intellectual curiosity. Prof. Heschel declan I i>ro> f he termed "celebration," has given way to its modern co |; 1 the passive status involved in entertainment. Thus, no Id ers, no longer capable of dealing with the bliss of privacy, we ;urn day to what he cynically called the "salad dressing" of hobbies. These however, he suggested, offer none of the moral iinperau'es capable of insulating the aged from their sense of uselessni -. W" dom, and isolation. Returning to the nation's responsibilit) fW • achievement of a mature view of the aging process, in which ll of suffering humanity become a matter of public, as well as I


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% % % % % % % %  I 1 Friday. March 3. 1961 vJewisti ftcr JdfSatr? Pags 5-A Kennedy Greets JNFund Assembly WASHINGTON—JTA) President Kennedy Sunday sent greetings to the triennial national assembly of the Jewlth National Fund ol America, which concluded Its three-day session here Sunday Bight. More than 500 delegates, represe.-ting many JNF branches throughout the country, participated in the assembly, which met in celebra. on of the 60th anniversary of the Jewish National Fund. President Kennedy said in his message of greeting that the JNF represents one of Zionism's most constructive achievements in human welfare and social develop-! ment. "You have made it possible for many Americans to join in an important and lasting cooperative enterprise of freedom.'* he added. "I hope that your meetings in Washington have been successful • in projecting new opportunities and program* for the future." i Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, New York Republican, in addressing the assembly, urged Administral tion efforts toward Arab-Israel peace and called on Israel to establish "a whole string of freedom forests in Africa as Israel's unique contribution to world peace ar.d progress." A 20-year plan for the last phase Of what he termed "Israel's war against the desert," involving developmer.t of thNegev and other areas, was unveiled a! the assembly by Yaacov Tsur. world chairman of the Jewish National Fund in Jerusalem and former Israel Ambassador to France and Argentina Mi. Tsur called for "doubling Israel's territory' within her present borders." His plan involved reclamation of 825 mi n acres in the Negev. Galilee, and Judea; the planting of 250 million trees; and settlement ol IOO.OOO families. The cost of the plan was estimated at lX500.OCu.000 or S250.OOO.0OO. Amcr;n Jews were urged by Tsur to contribute their share towar;! tl total required for implementation. He said it would double present u-cful terril trj within present boi-i aries "without resorting to war Mr. 1r pointed out that per cent ol "srac!: ti rritory remains waste!.:nd and must be developed. He s, d "perhaps we shall i da% i, -. ve the compliment i % %  d tiie DuUh who drained off th. a to win more land for fertile ii Is." lie hoped it would be said 'hat "God created the world and the Jews made Israel." He pointed out that last December the Israel Parliament designated the JNF as "sole accredited agency for soil amelioration, land development and afforestation tor the entire Slate of Israel." The assembly adopted the Tsur plan and pledged S5.000.000 and more annually for 20 years toward the world goal of S250 million. In appealing for American Jewish support, Mr Tsur said it was "clear that the two million Jews already in Israel cannot alone, as citizens bear the heavy obligations for the defense and welfare of the State, and, in addition, do what not even the richest state can do, namely, reclaim vast areas in a poverty stricken country for settlement and to meet the needs of a growing population. "The annual budget of the Government of Israel now exceeds a billion dollars, and the contribution of diaspora Jewry, with all due respect to its unfailing and devo'ed help, represents but a fraction of the sacrifice made by the Israelis." he pointed out. The assembly adopted a resolution "to mobilize in the United States through the Foundation for the JNF and its traditional collections, the sum of (5,000,000 in the next 12 months." Anotner resolution honored Dr. Harris J. Levine upon completion of his 10Hi consecutive term as president of the JNF of America, and his election to the honorary presdency of the JNF." The assembly's closing dinner was dedicated as a tribute to Dr. Levine. Resolutions were adopted honoring and saluting the effective work of Mendel N. Fisher, executive director of the JNF of America; president Albert Schiff and his administration; and Tsur. Other resolutions called for increased volume of bequests and insurance with the JNF as beneficiary, continuation of traditional collections, doubling of blue-white boxes in Jewish homes, increase of i inscrip'ions and other new efforts. Stress was placed on the work among youth and in the field ol I education to strengthen ties of world Jewish youth with Israel. "CJA is the ongoing responsibility of every businessman in Greater Miami," says Ben Leichner (right), a member of the Mercantile luncheon committee. Seen (left to right) are Norman Todd, Sol Cohen, Alex Schneidman, Max Weitz, and Leichner. Beth Torah Plans Seder er has been engaged. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader of the Beth Torah Congregation will congregation, will conduct the servhold a Passover Seder on Friday, ices, with Cantor Ben-Zion KirschMar. 31. A local professional cater'-nbaum participating. UAR Preparing For Total War Continued from Page 1-A tag nar, and the United Arab Republic will drive the first nail K o Israel's coffin and destroy i Zicrsts before they succeed in conquering the Arabs." The lM.iel Air Force now possesses "sepersonic planes." Shimon Peres. Deputy Minister of Defense, disclosed at the Aviation and As!r.-nautical Congress. He sa d the Air Force had startle process of phasing in the high speed jets while pulling las' i I its propellor planes out service. Answerite, Inc. 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Page 6-A +Je*isi> ncrk/ian Friday. March 3, 1961 Two Noted Rabbis During War Between States By ALFRED H. PAUL The words and actinas of twn rabbis eminent in their communities in 1861 illustrate the American Jews attitude to the abolition jf slavery. Slavery was the burden besetting the United States. On the question of perpetuating slavery or its abolition hung the fate of the nation. Jews were heatedly active on both sides — although there were many Jews, •oo. who felt that the fence was he safest place. A pair of Jewish immigrants came to the forefront. One was Kabbi Morris J. Raphall. spiritual eader of New York's Congregaion B'nai Jeshurun The other nrafl Rabbi David Einhorn. leader if Har Sinai Temple in Baltimore. 4nd publisher of a Jewish newspaper called Sinai. New York •vas largely favorable to the preservation of the Union and. thenore, more amenable to the CftUM %  spoused by the abolitionists Balimorc. on the other hand, was a notbed of pro-slavery forces, Quite aside from the merits of he case in point, it is interesting o note that the two rabbis cited here. Raphall and Einhorn. chose n their separate ways to line up is independents. New York's -iaphall was staunchly pro-sla.ery. Baltimore's Einhorn was • iiirageously against that "pecuiar institution." With n "irrepressible conflict" -hreatening the Union, President Buchanan had issued a proclamation, filing Jan. 4, 1861, as a National Fast Day, when all Americans would gathar in their houses of worship to pray for rise preservation of the Union. Rabbi Raphall -ook up that challenge, in his own way. He delivered a Merman Thi.v is tlx seconA in a aerial C-iirrentiy-betn^HiMi.Jicci by The Jewish Floridiun m commemoration of the Jewish contribution to both sides of the struggle in (lie War Brtu'een tde Stale*. The njfion is tins \ejr ebxenitig the centennial anniversary of die war that tore the Upton into North and South, divided brothers and thus found Jeuish adherent! b.'th m the camps of abolition and slaver-. entitled Slavery." The Bible View of Although a leader of the new Reform movement. Rabbi Raphall became for the nonce a fundamentalist. He attacked Christian ministers — aiming his shafts specifically at the famous Brooklyn obolitionist preacher. Henry Ward Beecher. who had denounced slaveholding la "l sin." Rabbi Raphall thundered: •Abraham. Isaac. Jacob and Job. the men with whom the Almighty conversed, were slaveholders." Those who call slaveholding a sin. like Henry Ward Beecher. "are guilty of something very little short of blasphemy." insisted Rabbi Raphall. Many newspapers throughout the country quoted Rabbi Raphall's sensational sermon: indeed, many of the papers. North and South, reprinted the text in full Pro-slavery forces issued the address in pamphlet form. Antiabolitionists in Baltimore, as elsewhere, were using the Raphall endorsement of slaveholding as something tantamount to a Holy text. While, in New York the question of slavery could still be discussed in relative calm, there was nothing academic about the issue in Baltimore. There, secessionism was so widespread that Lincoln would not dare pass through the city on his way to the inauguration. Rabbi Einhorn had declared himself in favor of aboli6-DAY ALL-EXPENSE JAMAICA CRUISES DIRECT FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI PORT ANTONIO & KINGSTON 6 DAYS far the PRICE f 5 VACCIMATIOM IIGUIMO S/S YARMOUTH lto% MMMBRMB all CIUIUS UK SATutom 4 am, MAR 4,75 AM. I, ?J, 7t; MAT *, 13, 79, 71 EASTERN SHIPPING CORPORATION, Oon'l Agent MIAMI 1, FLORIDA • P.O. Bo 88? 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Just as some Jewish leaders today identify anti-Negro racism with anti-Semitism and a drive to make second-class citizens of all "foreigners." so did Rabbi Einhorm expand the argument for abolition to its inevitable logical conclusion. It is not the abolitionists, he held, who were guilty of blasphemy. He pinned that label on the apologists for slavery, including Rabbi Raphall. Einhorn's blasts for abolition appeared as Confederate sentiment had reached one of its hottest points in Baltimore For four days, there was rioting in the streets Homes were burned, abolitionists were beaten, some were killed Mobs attacked several printing plants where aboli tiomst literature had been produced: among these plants was the one in which Rabbi Einhorn's "Sinai" was being published. Rabbi Einhorn was urged to leave the city. At first he refused —even after he was shown a list of abolitionists slated to be wiped out, including his name. Young members of his congregation — many of them violently opposed to their rabbi's pronoun cements— formed themselves, nevertheless, into a guard to protect their rabbi and his family. Finally, to protact Ms family, Rabbi Einhorn did leave. Einhorn intended to return to Baltimore. But on May 13. the board of trustees of his congregation adopted a resolution advising their rabbi: "It would be very de sirable. for your own safety as well as out of consideration for the members of your congregation —if. in the future, there would be no comment in the pulpit on the excitable issues of our time Einhorn was safely in Philadel phia by the time his board's edict reached him. Contemptuously, he rejected the orders of his Balti more "baale-baatim In an is sue of "Sinai." now printed in Philadelphia, he wrote: "According to the view of the congregation. I. as their minister, had to choose between doing injunMo the -tenth and" capitulating to the security of the members. I did not hesitate to choose a third course: the immediate relinquishing of a post carrying lifelong tenure.*' Einhorn quit his Baltimore post. Congregation Knesset Israel, of Philadelphia, elected him as its rabbi. In Philadelphia, he continued issuing "Sinai." continued preaching from the pulpit and in his pages against slavery. But 18 months later, he had to stop publishing his newspaper: the financial burden was just too heavy for him to carry. In his final issue, he stated: 'Sinai.' dies in the battle of slavery." < There is an ironic footnote to the history of the battle between Rabbis Einhorn and Raphall. In 1861. when Lincoln was in the White House, and Civil War was a fact. Abe Lincoln proclaimed another National Fast Day — similar to the one fixed by President Buchanan which gave Raphall the occasion for his pro-slavery sermon. It so happened mat, on that very Fast Day proclaimed by Lincoln, Rabbi Raphall appeared at the White House to toe the President. 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Friday, tyarch 3, 1961 fJenisti Meridian Page 7-A Miami's business leaders turn out to the bia Mercantile Division luncheon to help boost totals of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Alfred H. Daniels, division chairman (seated right), greets Samuel Mufson 'standing), a co-chairman of the luncheon. Seated left are Carl Susskind, chairman of the Trades Professions Council, and John Serbin, a campaign vice chairman. Businessmen's 'Blitz' to Mobilize Leaders For Mar. 9 CJA Select-Prospect Givers A CJA "Businessmen's Blitz" pill he held here on Thursday, W;r. 9. t Joseph M. Lipton, general campaign chairman ol the Combined Ji \ sh Appeal, explained thai leaders of the Business and Pro] fes-mns Division will report to CJA He., iquarters, 1317 Biseayne blvd.. on Mar. 9 to selec: prospect cards, visit these contributors during the Jay. and return to headquarters of hcadquartcrs Wit!) the completed pledges. "The blitz can be accomplish r l easily in a few hours," said ipton. A similar one-day drive was so successful last year that leaders in the 1961 campaign reesred a repeat. "We are asking some of our best campaigners to give an hour or two of their time on Mar. 9 for the purpose of reaching selected business associates and lriends who have every intention of giving to CJA, and are simply waiting for a worker to call on them," the chairman said. Carl Susskind, chairman of the CJA Business and Professions Council, will help to coordinate advance plans for the Businessmen's Blitz To streamline the all-day checkin procedure on Mar. 9, a CJA "Drive-ln-Booth" will be set up on Federation's parking lot just east In the interests of speed and efficiency, volunteers will be able to approach the building from three directions, drive into the lot, pause briefly at the booth, and turn in their cards without leaving their car. The CJA Drive-In Booth will be plainly visible from the street, and can be reached from: (1) the Venetian Causeway, going west to Bayshore dr.; (2) Biseayne blvd., going north, turning east at 13th ter.; (3) south on Bayshore dr. to the Federation lot at 13th ter. "The Businessmen's Blitz will take only a few hours, and could give the second half of our campaign a tremendous boost," Lipton said. According to the chairman, the one-day push will help to accelerate the securing of important trades pledges which have been ready for the CJA worker. "A substantial part of our campaign remains to be completed, and we are looking to business and j professional men to get their own pledges in quickly and, as soon as I possible, to complete the solicitation, in their„pwn. trade or profession." the chairman said. "Volunteers have the second half of our CJA campaign in their hands j now. It's up to them." The Combined Jewish Appeal is Greater Miami's priority philanthropy which finances the operation of 57 health, welfare, and social services locally, nationally, overseas and in Israel. %  CJA Day" Set In Surfside Mar. 12 has been designated as "CJA Day" in the City of Surfs; e. ] Mayor Irving Schulman will issue an official proclamation of the designation at a CJA coffee meet-. ing Sunday. 9 a.m., at Town Hall.'' Max Kolker, CJA chairman of the Surfside Division, said that Mayor Schulman this week accept%  ed the position of honorary chairmn of "CJA Day." and that he has j j given his "full personal and official support" of the one-day drive, j At the breakfast meeting, Kolker will appoint workers teams and captains in preparation for the Mar. 12 project. "Surfside residents who have: generously supported the Com-. bined Jewish Appeal In the past j are now asked to renew their pledges to this top priority philanthropy." said Mayor Schulman. in, assuming the post of honorary chairman. 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Page 8-A +Jewisti ncr&tiain Friday. March 3, \%\ US, Canadians Help Launch Drive Major national Jewish orpaniza1ipr> are playing a leading role in the effort for Israel Bonds, culminating in this weekend's inaugural conterenco a; the Fontainebleau hotel This year's Israel Bond drive i> dedicated to the Bar MUZ vah anniversary of the state of 1Mat 1 The Zionist Organization of America will sponsor a special reception Frid .v at the Fontainebleau i i \ ; %  ites to thi ural i Mortimer May, tonnes i the ZO \ i hairi Cther key leaders wrto will be pre**".' are Max Bressler, president cf tht ZC/A. who is a'?o national chairman of Guardi-ns of the Is-ae! Bo-id drive; Dr. Emanu*l NJuman, honorary president of the ZOA, and member of the executive of the Jewish Agency for Israel; Samuel Rothberg, national chairman of Trustees of the Israel Bond Organization; and Abraham Redelheim, former president of the ZOA. B'nai B rith members gathered at the Fontainebleau last week to plan their participation in the inaugural effort for the Israel Bond l'.;.r Mi /vah drive. Toastmaster of the meeting was B. Albert Pallot, of Miami, national chairman of the B'nai B'nth service committee lor Armed Forces and Veterans. Chairman of the Greater Miami B'nai B'nth committee, which M i ved as host for the meeting. was Ben Essen, a leader of the Miami Israel Bond drive, who is a trustee of Sholcm Lodge of B'nai B'nth. Other members of the committee include Judge Milton A. Friedman, of Miami, president-elect of District C.rartd Lodge 5; Bernard L:berman. Israel Bond and B'nai B'nth loader, and Irving Schatzman. president of Miami Beach Lodge. Also on the c'ais at the meeting was Louis Pickus. of Waukegan. Ill pa>t president of District Grand Lodge 6 Labor Zionists of Greater Miami %  parked their activity for Israel Bonds with a reception this week at the Barcelona, honoring Abraham Fraidlir. "for his years of devoted work in behalf of the Israel Eond drive Dr Nathaniel Soroff and Dr. 5 oon Wilenskj were co-chairmei cf the h< -t committee r. r tm • • a: which the principal speaker was Dr. James G i< lent of the l.. nd chairman < • relations for the Israel E chairman of the Chicago Israel Bond drive, will be host at the reception, which will be attended by Chicagoans visiting Miami. The reception will mark the installation of Louis Zahn as genefor Israel Bonds Among outstanding personalltiej from New England who • %  %  took part in the reception and in th t plannina Bend cf; • ^er* of the Israel Judge and Mrs. Lewis G Idherg. ral chairman for the second year, | Mrs Goldberg is chairm of the Chicago State of Israel Women's Division of t. Israel Outstanding Jewish leaders are shown at headquarters of the Israel Bond conference; sparking the effort which is driving toward a total of S13.000.000 in 1961 Israel Bond sales by the opening of the conference Friday. Left to riqht are Dr. James James G. Heller, of New York, national chairman of community relations for the Israel Bond drive; Mortimer May, of Nashville, former president of the ZOA; and Samuel Rothberq, of Peoria. chairman of the conference. with the Israel Bonds. Outstanding participating inaugural conference for • Vineberg. vice brookc. Quo ; Winnipeg; Mrs. Canadian leaders in the intensive Israel Bond effort in Miami include Mrs Harold Fanaberia. chairman of the Israel Bond Women's Division for Montreal; Harry Golt, Mr. an, J Mrs. Max Steinberg, and Mr. and Mrs Sam Steinberg. Montreal; Morris Kaufman, former Israel Bond chairman. Toronto; Leon Weinstein. Jack Jacobs and William Clavir. Toronto; Alex Botcherman, vice chairman. Joseph Feller, executive committee member, and Mrs. B. I. Loeb. Women's Division chairman. Ottawa. Archie Dover. Ontario regional i chairman; Jake (Seller, former Bond Organization. Abba Eban. Minister of Education of the State of Israel, who will be the guest of honor'at the 1961 inaugural conference for Israel Bonds this weekend, will be a spe. cial guest at the Chicago reception. Outstanding Chicago loaders who v. ill pat ite in the reception and the conference include Max Bressler, na ional chairman of Guardians 61 rael Bond OrIs i resident of the ZOA nd ho rarj chairman of the of the Cbica I rael Bon drive, Benjamin t oh mar ttUeb ..r.d Edwin Sal a Mr'.. Grossinger Hostess Mrs. %  '• ni le Gi ossingej. h owner and outstanding leadsr in Jewf.-h communal aftairs. was hostess this week at a Purim party at her Miami Beach home in behalf I of the State of Israel Bond drive Each year for the past few \i UTS, Mrs Gr ssinger has invited her friends to a reception in conjunction with the inaugural conference for Israel Bonds This year's Purim party was in celebration of the Bar Mitzvah of the State of Israel. A special guest at Mrs, Crossinger's was Dr. James G. Heller, chairman of community relations for the Israel Bond Organization. New Englanders A special reception for visitors from New England this week gave marked impetus to the current campaign for the sale of State of gion; and Harry Margolian. mem, srae i ^nds in nonor 0 f lnc Bar ber of the executive committee for jgitsvah of Israel. Yarmouth. N.S. D. Lou Harris, of Toronto, inational chairman of the Israel Bond drive in Canada. rael England Bond drive for the Nev. region. Guest speaker at the eptioo was Dr. Joseph J Schv u, \ Ice president of the Israel B Ore* nization. chairman. SherJoseph Wolinsky. Joseph Wolinsky. chairman ot the Winnipeg Women's Division. Mitchell S. Bernstein, honorary chairman for Saint John. NB; Hyman Budovitch. chairman for Fredericton, NB.: Mitchell Franklin, chairman for the Maritime re3400 Yds. -Par 60 7 A.M.-MIDNIGHT EVERY DAY 18 HOLES S i 00 — DAY OS hlOMT 00 — AFTCT ?:!• .*. S2S.O0 GREEN FEE BOON FOK $2000 The reception, which took place at the Fontainebleau hotel. raa held in conjunction with this weekend's 1961 inaugural conference COLONIAL GOLF COURSE U.S. Highwoy No. At S.W. 136th St. Ph. Cl 5-3394 Chicago Effort Chicago's participation in the campaign to sell Israel Bonds in honor of Israel's Bar Mitzvah will chairman of Windsor. Ont.; Harry | ^ i aunc .hed Friday at a 1961 ChiSilverstein, chairman for London. cagn inai| n lira ] reception at the Ont ; Max Stcinman. Quebec: Mrs Fonta Jnebleau hotel Max Stcinman. chairman of the >'>, hoc Women's Division; Sam Col. Jacob M. Arvey, honorary Dutch Condemn Exporters For Acquiescing to Arabs Canadian Visitors Visti i Canada ga> • st inv. Israel B nr! .'rive k at dinner for rrustees I klers, Gua d.ans ar St ht Id at tht Fontainebleau h Dr Joseph •' Schwartz, vice pre M Nraei Bond Organization, i r at the dinner, whi • heid in conjunction DOG RACING Nightly except Sunday AMSTERDAM JTA • — The Dutch n i :•• strongly conlemned this week Dutch exporters who discriminate against Jews and Israel in order to do business with he I n.ted Arab Republic The criticism was made by Dr, Hendrik Vanbouten, the State Secre ,. .: cl tin | two days of del ,.n the issue in the Dutch Parliant He said the Government would consider measures in the situ a' previous session, Dr Joseph Luna, Dutch Foreign Minister, sated that a Dutch initiativi pro*.the United Arab Republic to give Israel -hipping unhampered transit through the Sues canal probably would not help Israel and would probably produce undc-ira icmphta:ions. He spoke after Liberal MP's expressed anxiety ever recent UAR demands that Dutch exporters cease trading with Is^ %  miTifia *X-HO %  ""**J^S tawT test ana smau STA-IHK t *£ 5, SITS-Pt %  >•• •CXST*lLlHCJ *C MS • Cl *TE CO*T*OU£D. POST TWH • PARKING 25e • Ht T^pit* SSBja V aotweea MX J"*" *" %  %  7* Aeeaes* %  [SftVtTIOCS I IITVM*. Pi. UlT*f •a Mm km •• %  M •-••It MANIA PALACE U.S. 1 At Dania, Fla. No M-nore rael. The depolies called on Mr. Luns to reject the UAR demands and to provide credit facilities for Dutch exporters facing with Israel. Israel Ambassador Hanan Cidor was present in the House during the debate. The CAR threat to blacklist Dutch shipping and to cln.-e the Sue/ Canal to Dutch tankers if the firms continued to trade with Israel or ionised to di.-mi-s Jewish personnel was discuaaed by Secretary Vanhouten and Liberal deputj s Kortweg. 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1 Friday. March 3. 1961 vJewisMUrktian Page 9-A Jews Study W. German Democracy w. Samuel Botway (right) made the first SI.000 pledge of the 1961 2] A campaign, and when SI.500 was needed to put the drive Dver the $1,000,000 mark, he made an additional Qift of SI,500 |o make up the difference. He is congratulated by Sidney ^nsin, chairman of the CJA New Gifts development committee. WASHINGTON—(JTA>—The current problem in West Germany is not anti-Semitism but the broader issue of making democracy take root and grow as a way of lite. This was the conclusion of a panel discussion here on West Germany sponsored by the American Council on Germany and the Atlantic Bruecke. a group promoting GermanAmerican amity. The expansion of democracy as ;;i way of life in West Germany was ribed as basic lo education on | I I lie Nazi era by Benjamin Epstein, national director of the Anti-Defamation L< gue <>f B'nai B'rith. Irving M. Engel, honorary prescient of the American Jewish Comm ; t!ee, similarly warned nst "isolated teaching" of N*zi atrocities to German youlh Folk-Dancing Class Israeli folk-dancing class meets regularly Sunday evenings, 8 to [ 10 p.m., at Beth Torah Congrega-1 tion. Eligible are single young men and women, 18 to 29 years of age and advocated teaching of recent German history in a larger context and the development of youthful attitudes "conducive to the growth of democracy." Participating in the discussions were also Dr. Carlo Schmid. vice president of the Bundestag; Dr. George Sinister, president of the American Council on Germany; and Dr. Arnold Bergstraesser, president of the Atlantic Brueeke. It appeared to the participanis that there was greater concern over teachers and teaching methods because of the swastika plague t which erupted among elements of German youth beginning in Dej cembcr. 1939. The need for adult education was stressed. Eichmann Victims' Families File $1 Billion in Claims Continued from Page 1-A i %  |s already been given to him. Dr. Servatius and his assistt, Hebrew-speaking West Ger•n attorney D. Wechtenbruch, re now meeting Eichmann daily four to five-hour sessions preinrtg his defense in the trial w scheduled to open early in ril. The prosecution brief Inded to Dr. $ervatius when the ttement of the charges was >lished contains about 1,500 cuments, ranging from one to pages. Eichmann himself rote or dictated 4,000 pages of Itements to police. tichmann named in the stalests many who took part in the ss murder of European Jews, )ui!in L; persons now in ofieial polo in both West Germany and r t Germany Dr. Servatius asld that "causing embarrasst to those who are —till alive net keep is irom bringing up ies in court or even calling to testify, il necessary. e defense attorney said also Eichmann, now wearing army li in his detention cell, was tare thai he could have been (ted differently" by his captors the promise of a fair trial and Procedure of even being allowintact with his family. %  l East German Jewish attorney placed Israel in a delicate diL. ii JS 11J > L I i> YIDDISH STAGE SHOW AND FILM ON THE SCREEN MOLLY IPICON IN "MAMELE" ON STAGE MAX & REIZEL B0YZIK JACOB JACOBS GUE' T ARTIST SONIi ZOMINA Mat. 50? Eve. $1.00 I Pr ces cl ange at 5 P M. Variety Theatre 550 WASHINGTON AVE. •JtiAMi BEACH It -1-2062 [ Doors Open at 1:30 lemma this week by asking that hii credentials be formally acknowledged, as a representative at the trial of Adolf Eichmann on behalf of four East German Jews | whose parents were murdered by the Nazis. Prof, F. K. Kaul made the request to Justice Minister Pinhas Rosen, asking as an alternative that he be called as a witness on j behalf of the prosecution. Prof. Kaul said at a press conference thai he represented Wolfgang Stein ol Leipzig. Rudolph Lipman of j Berlin. Ruth Berza of Leipzig, and Ilia Shreer of Frankfurt, whose I parents were murdered, the attorney said, on direct orders of Eichmann. The attorney said that if Israeli law prevents him. as a foreign attorney, from joining th prosecu-1 tion, he wanted to testily and present 52 documents connected with the charges against Eichmann. Is-' rael did no( ask the Easl German j Government for documents as it' did other Easl European countries, but Dr. Kaul said he could submit his documents as a private citizen u Ithoul involving his Government. lie stressed that his documents not implicated Eichmann bul also pointed to persons under whose orders the Nazis acted. Prof. Kaul said he was returning to East Germany but that he was awaiting a call to testify at the Eichmann trial. He hinted that if he was not called, Israel would be open to charges it was helping to defend the "real culprits" behind Eichmann, which was one horn of the dilemma. The other was that if East Germans were allowed to testify, there was the danger of attacks on the West German Government with which Israel has excellent, though unofficial, relations. The total expenditure in connection with the forthcoming trial of Adolf Eichmann was expected to he more than £3.000,000 ($1.680.| lOoO). according to an estimate. 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Page 10-A vJenisi) fktridiar) Friday, March 3, 1961 Local Zionists to Hear Redelheim Report on Recent 25th World Congress Greater Miami districts of the Zionist Organization of America will be hosts to the community at a ZOA report meeting on the 25th : World Zionist Congress on Monday !evening in the Voltaire room ot the %  Fontaineblcau hotel, according to Louis Rudnick, chairman of the Greater Miami ZOA Presidents Council. the ZOA, a member of the board of directors of the Jewish National Fund of America, Keren Hayesod, and president of the Histadrut Ivrit of America. Joseph Mechlow. member of the board of directors of the MiamiGables Zionist District, will present a special resolution. i A program of Yiddish. Israeli. Guest speaker will be Abraham and cantorial songs will be preA. Redelheim. of New York City. ;i sentcd by Goldie Sussman. soprano, past president of the national ZOA Serving on the committee with and one of the leaders of the ZOA delegation to the recent Congreaa 5AM GULujItiN RICHARD GIRSTtIN Yeshsva U. Dinner Names Chairmen Richard E Gerstein and Sam A. Goldstein have been named chairmen of a .Ye?hiva University dinn< r which will honor Samuel C l.evenson on Tuesday. .Mar. 28. at the l'cr.iainebleau hotel, it was anu! h\ Leo Robinson, permai : chairman of the Florida committee for Yeshiva University. He a Ided that many Greater Mi amians are expected to attend the affair, which will be a major event In the universitynationwide celebration of its 75th academic year. Levens in, one of the original foun, rs of Yeahiva's Albert Einstein 1 medicine, will be the recipient of a bronze plaque award f r outstanding services to the inriversit) and the community. When Gerstein, 37, was elected state attorney in Dade county in 1956, he was the youngest man ever to be chosen for this office, rd received the largest vote tver cast for it. With his reelection in 1960, he won more vctes than ar.y other candidate 'cr a Dade county office. As a World War II veteran, Gerstein received the Distinguished Plying Cross, Air Medal, and Purple Heart for his record as a navigator over Germany. Born in Atlanta. Ga but a Florida resident since 1925. Goldstein is board chairman of Sanitary Linen fk \ue. and a leader in many civic •! philanthropic causes. Included jre his services as tirst vice pre^ ident of Temple Israel, treasurer of the Florida regional board of B'nai B'rith's Anti Defamation League, national board member of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and president of I'AHC South Florida region, trustee of fcft. S.nai Hospital, trustee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal, past chairman of the Service! and Prof< --ional division of the Miami Chamber of Commerce, and member of the City of Miami Beach Personnel Department. Gerstein and Goldstein will co host a planning breakfast scheduled for 10 a.m.. Sunday, at the Algiers hole! Rec'elheim, a native of Jerusalem, is a member of the praesidium of the World Zionist Actions Committee, and a political analyst and radio commentator. He has held the position of grand master of the fraternal order B'nai Zion, and is, at present, national membership chairman for the special Israel Bar Mitzvah campaign of Grand Reunion for Two Men Who Played Key Roles in Redeployment of Refugees on Rudnick are Ezra Fineeold. pr si dent of the North Shore District: Al Sherman, president, Miami Beach District: J. David Liebman. president. Miami-Gables District; and Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. president, Hollywood District. Also assisting will be Herman Wtintraub. Abe Rubin. Joseph Alter, Jacob C Fishman. Joseph [_ Mechlow, Herman Wilson. Joseph Spar. Sam Rappapoit, Meyer Sic gel, Dr. Herman Ausubel. Morris Simon, Sam Levine, A. Arthur Pekelner, Jacob Harrison. Morris Kristal, Mrs. Bessie Greenwald, Mra. Pauline Levick and Mrs. I. B. Sacks. ABRAHAM £CElHf/w ENJOY-HEALTHF-. TkKBTU liidr M;lw.iul LUHIIB HENRY E. MANGELS COMPANY 3550 N.W. 58S StrMl Ph. NE 5 1391 It will be a grand reunion Saturday morning in Miami Beach for two men who played key roles in the redeployment of Jewish refutrom war-ravaged Europe to Palestine 16 years ago. Dr. Bernard Casper, dean of students at the Hebrew I'niversity of Jerusalem, will speak at Saturday morning services of Temple Men orah. of which Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz is spiritual leader. Immediately after World War II, Rabbi Abramowitz was Jewish chaplain of the American forces in Berlin. 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Friday. March 3. 1961 +Jeisiirhrtperating table for surgery relating to nasal membrane tissue. Prior to the king's death, the luesticn immediately developed as I jo how thoroughly the new policy, | rhich followed months of protests | throughout the western world [ jgainsl Moroccan anti-Jewish pol ; lies] would be implemented at the Deal level. One of tho first apparent resuit; of the new government pol icy was the freeing of some 30 Jews who had been arrested ifter the distribution of unsigned leaflet to Moroccan Jews urging them to emigrate. It was rerted that the release order was jiver by the Minister of the Inferior, Embarek Bekkai, with the pbjeeve of restoring peace of lind *or Moroccan Jews. |A m nber of Moroccan Jews re|ainru in prison, however, particlarl) a group of Jews arrested on largea of an "attack" on the "inrnal security" of Morocco. This understood to be a reference participation in clandestine im|grat;on efforts and distribution leaflets. It was reported that be allowed to do so without any restrictions," the late Moroccan rultr was reported to have told the Jewish delegation. However, an aide to Mohammed made it clear later to the delegation that "foreign" organizations would not be allowed to operate in Morocco either to assist the emigrants or to propagandize emigration. In announcing the decision of the king, Ahmed Alaoui, the Moroccan Minister of Information, said that the new policy would not mean that Zionist organizations would have the right to "denaturalize" Moroccan citizens, nor that it meant that Moroccan authorities favor a mass-emigration. (The New York Times reported from Morocco that Interior Minister Bekkai said in an interview that Moroccan Jews were free to travel anywhere, except Israel. The report quoted the Minister as stating that Morocco did not recognize Israel, and therefore Moroccan passports were not valid for four Jews would be tried pubtrav el to Israel, just as United mother apparent result was the IpenaJoo until further notice by lister Bekkai of the Moroccan Ivtrrnient newspaper, Al Fajr, licfa originated the recent press ipa;gn against Moroccan Jews. The announcement of the ending emigration restrictions was |d( following the visit of a delation of Moroccan Jewish leadto "he late king The Jewish Hen were invited to the palace "an important communication." t\ V" are headed by former CabM lister Leon Benzaquen and fid Amar, .secretary-general of Co mcil of Jewish ommunitie-. ("All our Jewish subjects who |m 4 o leave the country, will lingtoNewOrleans? States passports were not good lor entry into Communist China. The Minister emphasized that Moroccan Jews who go to Israel would lose their property and their Moroccan citizenship.) Jewish delegates then met with Bekkai and presented their grievances and requests. The Minister told the delegates that instructions had been sent to Government offices throughout Morocco that no obstacles should be placed in the way of granting of passports to Jews or restrictions on their freedom of movement. Such obstacles have been a principal cause of anxieties among Moroccan Jews for sometime. Minister Bekkai said that the in-1 structions ordered the provincial authorities to issue passports to Jews on the same conditions as, they are being issued to Moslems, without any unnecessary delay. At! the same time, he urged the Jews in Morocco not to leave the country. He accused "international Zionists'" of stimulating Moroccan Jews to emigrate. Jewish leaders were elated at the sentiments expressed by the late king during the audience he gave them in his palace. The Council of Jewish Communities also paid tribute to Interior Minister Bekkai who, it is understood, interceded with the king to secure his protection for the Jewish population. Jewish circles in Paris were of the opinion that the Moroccan king banked on the fact that, despite his permission, most Jews would not be able to take advantage of the easing of restrictions, since the poor Jews of the city mellahs would technically not be able to leave the country while the rich i Jews would emigrate only in small I numbers. Al Fajr launched the anti-Jewi ish campaign at the time of the | visit to Morocco of President i Nasser of the United Arab Republic last month. The publicai tion demanded that the Jews of Morocco be considered no longer as Moroccans but as a minority group. It was indicated that the suspension was partly in connection with the order of King MoTHE WEEK... AS I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A euphemism for age) — even as medical science and automation seem on the horizon of giving us so much more of it — Prof. Heschel declared: "In time one meets God as an act of creation. Time is the presence of God in a world of space." Here was the ultimate philosophical rationalization of the spiritual and the physical brought to the nation's urgent need to deal with one of its major problems — an Increasing aged population bent on being creative in its twilight years. Prof. Heschel and Secretary Goldberg both offered COgenl messages within the context of theil immediate visions, reflecting well on the Jewish Theological Seminary, which presented the forum for their talks. Only the multitude of caps and gowns seated before the speakers, worn by many men without the university license to don them, seemed to fly in the face of that "inner beautification" which Prof. Heschel saw as prerequisite to a changing moral imperative. 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Page 12-A • Jew 1st) fhrldiar) Friday, March 3. 1961 I • %  • %  .... %  n u .* % %  ,. t Your CJA Leaders: 1961 MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY HOWARD N. MILLSR: No. 30 in Scries. A striking example of dynamics in leadership and campaigning la being es::il> Ushed in this year's CJA drive by Howard N. Miller, chairman of the Accountants Division. To begin with, he organized his men early in the campaign. Of major importance is the fact that he was able to recruit a sufficient number of workers in the profession to cover all assignments. In developing the volunteer personnel of his division. Miller was responsible also for involvement of a number of new people in the work of CJA. many of leadership calibre. I'nder Millers direction, the Accountants Division has now moved swiftly and easily ahead of its pledge totals of last year, chalking up an approximate increase of 40 percent in giving to CJA. Ingradients ol the strong show ing were, undoubtedly, the advance planning, effective recruitment and training, and smooth execution of the solicitation program Most important, the chairman's personal attention to each la cet made sure of the final outcome. Miller is both a CPA and attorney and. in his twin professional role, finds limited time for extra curncular activities He calls CJA his "No. 1 interest." He was co-chairman of the Accountants Division in 1960. and has worked six years in CJA campaigns. He is vice president of the Da.e county chapter. Florida Institute of CPA'S, and a member of the national membership committee of the American Institute of CPA'S. He belongs to Tau Epsilon Rho. international legal fraternity, and is a member ol the Florida Bar and the American Bar ASSH Typical of the new genera t'on of community leadership in the "soaring '60s," Miller is motivated by a deep seated desire to build a betTer place to live for his own Reform Judaism Plans Campaign Leaders of American Reform JuHOWARD N. MILLtR family, and for his neighbors. CJA gives him this opportunity of serving. CJA has asked a busy man to do a job. and he's doing it. Harman to Join Eban Saturday At Israel Bond Inaugural Meet daism will attend a dinner Saturday. Mar. 11, at the Americana hotel to launch the 1961 campaign of the development fund for Amerieafl Judaism. • *" Dr. Nelson Glueck. president of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and Dr. Mau rice N. Eisendrath. president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be guests of the < %  er Miami committee of the development fund. Sam C. Levenson is chairman Principal speaker will be Rabbi Edgar F. Maonin, of Wilsh're Boulevard Temple, Los Angeles, one of the largest Jewish congregations in the Western world. Included in the capital program which the development fund supports is a camp in this region for youth of the Reform movement. A 500-acre site has been purchased, and work is proceeding with the construction of the camp. The campaign, now in its second year, principally raises funds for the campuses of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati. New York, and Los Angeles, where spiritual leaders of the Reform Jewish movement are trained. Frank Grossman. Milwaukee: Harry dolt. Max Steinberg and Sam Steinberg. Montreal: Morn-; Kaufman and Leon Weinstein. Toronto; Archie Dover. Cornwall. Ontario; and Mitchell Franklin. S*. John. New Brunswick. To Live in Hearts We Leivt Behind ... Is to Lite Forever) PALMER'S MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" Scheduled Unveilinqs SUNDAY, MAR. S, 1961 Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery ISAAC POSEN, 12 Noon MOUIE NOSNITSKY, 1 p.m. Rabbi Dcnd Lehrj ESTA GREENBERG 2 p.ir Rjbbi B. Lion If:. t. Nebo Cemetery DONAID GOLDSMITH, 11 am. Rabbi .\f •rrii W d EDITH KANOEl, 2 p.m. "May Their Souls R t in Eternal P ARRANGEMENTS BY PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. (Miami Hebrew Book Store 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogue*. Schools £ Private Use ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS LAKESIDE MKMORIAL PARK N.W. 25th St. at 103rd Ave. TU 5-1689 "The Souths most beautiful Jewish Cemetery'' Coral Way Branch Office HI 4-9849 Continued from Page 1-A ship of Samuel Rothberg, national j chairman of the conference, and; Louis H. Boyar. Los Angeles leadj IT. aa vice chairman, the top category of Bar Mitzvah Trustees. $13.000 purchasers, has been producing dramatic results. It is expected that ry Saturday evening's dinner, the inaugural quota of Sl3.000.u00 will have been reached in pre-eonferenee sales for this year, in which the Israel Bond; drive will be called upon to provide about S80.ooo.oou for every phase of Israel's industrial and agricultural development. Persons who subscribe $1,300 or mure to e 1981 campaign will be eligible to purchase tickets for the fashion show and Bar Mitzvah dinner Men in this division arc known .is Bar Mitzvah Guardians and women as Bar Mitzvah Sponsors. Among the national leaders at the helm of the vigorous inaugural push are Ira Guilden. co-chair, man of the conference committee; Abraham Feinberg, president of the Israel Bond Organization; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president; and Julian B Venezky. national chairman for regions. Sales activities ol the Women's Division are being directed by Mrs Jan Peerce, national chairman, with the aid of Mrs. Lewis Gold1 berg, of Boston, national vice chairman, and Mrs. Louis Harris, co-chairman of the women's drive in Philadelphia. Many organizations and eommu; nity divisions have been engaged in the far-reaching, pre-conference program. Among leaders in this phase have been Harry Frankel and Bernard Davidson, of New York; Abe S. Kay and N. M. Cohen, of Washington. D. C ; Sidney Ansin, William Bornstein. Jack Popick and Jacob Rifkin. of Miami; Col. Jacob M Arvey. Max Breeder and Louis /.aim. of Chicago; Mortimer May. Nashville. Sam Steinbaeh. Baltimore, lrwin Conn, Detroit; Morris Shenker, St. Louis; Meyer Adleman and Philip Zinman. Camden. N. J Sol Berger. Jersey City; Lawrence Schaiht and Bernard Striar. Newark. N .1 ; Irving N'orry and Abraham FeinMoom, Rochester. X. Y ; Max Apple and Leonard Ratner. Cleveland; Samuel Tabas. 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rw* iday. March 3. 1961 %  Sii i m fJenisli IFk>ridlSan Page 13-A %  TALES OF MORALS A rabbi Irks mtt confronted with i icrv difficult question. There came to him a young married couple li'iih a most disturbing problem. Ii Item* that their first-born son had iu.t arrived and the question o/ taming the child threatened-doim |C bliss. "The father insisted that he e named after his father, and the nther insisted l^il the child be med after her father. What wa.\ your father's name'" \e asked the proud father. "Na• him. he amu-ered. "And u-hat your father's name'" he asked mother. "Nachim.". she replied. hen, u'hat is the problem'" "\\ ell .vou >rt rabbi." replied the Other, m\ late deceased father. I blessed memory, was a fine rhi'lar and upstanding individual, I lit my late fathecin-lau' teas a P'.. tin. • I Th< rabbi pondered (he situation tlu ii replied: "I suggest U name him .\achini and die the reyt to time. If the child iti .i •. hi '.. %  and an up then he u'dl b, • %  : ..• t< i h > maternal grand' ei but i] t>u>s into .i tl •i yi u i< ill ^noui thai hehas •i •;_••:..; ,:;er his pate {MORAL: \\" an .;. com' h :'.i :;..:... ., -u. ;erew L-on ors.i/ion ] ? g n n j 1 7 3 A 92. ^aU OfJHiamis Wjif, ions Xife Performance of a Religious Act Marked by Intention By RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO Beth David Congregation I wonder how many of us realize how dependent we really are on the services and activities of others? One of the most widespread business activities in the United States is service. Countless millions of people arc daily employed in supplying services and ministrations of various kinds. More often than not. we rely on others for the performances of services we cannot do for ourselves or as well as others. While it U true and certain that we as human beings cannot escape %  legating to others authority with which we ourselves are charged, yel SO otfen we take the course of leasl resistance. There arc. for example, parents who do not attend religious services themselves hut send their children instead. There are people who tell me that 1 should pray for them. too. as they are too busy to "daven" themselves. s c r v i c e 3 heeps wool. Saadj a very quickly at the mad the bundles were transinto woollen threads. ews of Israel's war of libreached distant Yemen, Saadya family accompaa number of friends left n by night to get a plane ploly Land. Together with milies, the Saadya family at the moshav of Givat In the new houses they ds, kitchen utensils, a parp and other equipment. pan life in Israel. Saadya er became a farmer who soil. Cafl Bied by Brit Ivrit Olamit) icants for clothes are imestinot applicants for food. —BABA BATHRA. Ofttimes. when a child (a little girl) is to be named at a service, a parent will give us the rush act, and in hurried tones say "I will not be able to make it. You, Rabbi, take care of it for me." To shift the burden of observance and practice to others is to devitalize Judaism of all significance and meaning in our lives. The performance of a religious act should be accompanied by "Kavanah," that is. intention and inwardness. This can only be attained by the person involved himself. The rabbis of the Talmud (Pirke Aboth 2:6), in a striking passage, provide us with a revealing insight and guidance for our contemporary' world. Bcmakom sh'een anoshim hishtadel lihyot ish." "Where there are no human beings be thou a man." Where decency and good tastes are disappearing, where improprieties are rampant, you try to remember what is right, good and proper. "Zai a mentch." "Be a man"—regardless of what others are doing. By RABBI SAMUEL FOX JTA ; It it absolutely necessary for a Jewish grave to have a tombstone that stands upright? The essential requirement according to basic Jewish tradition i.that the grave be marked so ; that no one would step upon it and : so that no Kohen would come near it. Whether the harker or tombstone should be upright -or flat upon the grave is a matter of custom. i: interesting to note that while Ashkenazi Jews usually place the tombstone in an upright position, i the Sephardi Jews were in the hab:; .I placing the stone flat upon the grave—usually covering the whole e. The reason for this differenci is not too well known. According to seme, the Scphaitheir stones Hal down up,< -rave because they wished deviate from what became a ce in placini an upright pi vritt rs feel '.h.<: both prac-.ii %  ,.,-. i e utgrowth of the i H' building a tructure over the grave havo<>:h horizontal' and vertical ; components. • Why do mourners traditionally change their seats in the synagogue? A number of reasons are ad{vanced for this practice AccordI ing to some opinions this is done because of the original tradition • % % %  MaaHiiiiniiniwaiawiiiiii!H''ii-Miiimiiiiiuiiiri:ii!-!:'!i^n'nmwni This page is prepared in CO? operation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi David Hcrfon Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Herson Tales of Moral Rabbi Solomon Schiff Gems of Wisdom I' %  III'MIIIWOTHMBlBWHi "lllIMM* WiM.i:. :<:. .'-:: re i. ..I.I .1 i CANDUUGHTING Tim 15 Adorr — 6:09 whereby one would change his direction in entering the Holy Temple in Jerusalem when a tragedy had occurred in his family (Middot 2:2; S-machot 6). Others say this is reflected in the special gate which was as-iyn cd to the entry of mourners in the Holy Temple (Soferim 19). If these two reasons are followed the motive for this practice would be so that the public would notice who was in mourning and would offer sympathy and condolences. In some synagogues there was a special place for the mourners to sit. Still others claim that the practice .row out of another custom. When the Chief Rabbi of the community passed away (Ab Beth Din) his students and disciples would | change their places in the study hall (Mo'ed Katan 22b). The reason for this was to have the students feel grief over the passing of their master. Furthermore, it was a sign of respect to the deceased lecturer. Also, it made the disciples cognizant of the need to exchange courtesies with one another instead of jockeying for position in the new administration. From this, some claim, developed the custom of having the mourners change their seats in the synagogue. Kiiiiny 6:i."> p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: %  tStianxe IJOUM, I.I.J I ..... Bei n: "Materialism Verxua Spiilt-;' nalisni." BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. Friday 8:18 n *n, •.,< % %  —i-. %  •-. •• Mltsvah: Mark, M.II .if .Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tyteii, wno win i;>si Uiien Shabbat ami Klcldush. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Schiff. h'rlda> 6 i> m Sirmnn "A Purlm MenBHB-e for iur I lay." Klaterh i wil bi honon d. Satin day s :3i> a.m BH I Mltsvah: Paul, .-"ii of Mr. and Mm Murraj lii-in..-; Richard, son of Mr 1111*1 M > s. I lowu r %  • a.m. Sermon: "Purlm, Civilisation Inspiration." Bar Mltsvah: Jaffrey, son of Ml anil Mis. Sun Oltchlch FLAGLERGRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi Conservative. Cantor Fred Bernstein. I Prlda) S:13 and 8:13 p.m. ones Shabbal hoata: KlairU-r (Iranada Jewish Center Senior Friendship Group, btaturda} ; I .• MI. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. • — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st., Hialeah. f rlda} s is n m Sei mon: l lcalth> Hatred," Rabbi William Sajowlts, Southeaal dlrectoi of run : American Hebrew Conffrefl itlona ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Motion. Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Irlda> %  : i"' and vir. p m Krrmoi "iCxttndlna Brotherhood." Onejj Shabbat boats: Men • 'lub. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Prlda) • %  > %  rmon "Th< htt rj of I'm Im Sal ii'ii. •> • H. C II \V< Ki ep li %  imentt GEMS OF WISDOM Have we not all one father 1 Ha.iiot one God created U*? MALA! II M Behold how good tind how flc-us urn II it for brethren to dicrll together in unity. PSAI M8. • Hi : t r a neij;lir>i>r who It near than ,i brother far off. PROVERBS. In yean of f>o-f,->::\ •urn become brothers, GEN, K • \aturi IIOJ mi ther-liije borne and ed -II men a\i\e. and created I'll n o • fmplicil in H' > t> belie I in human brotherhood which clinnoi be reconciled with racial or sectarian enmities. Indeed it may he said that the world ,i> a whole hu noi Vet riven to ilie height of this areai Hebraic argumenl RELBIl t In the Titanic tragedy, all creeds were ai last united in the brotherhood of Death lj one could only hope /or a brotherhood of Life. N. STRAUSS, MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Pi Ida) I %  ; tlitsvnh Robert, i Ml MiJai k U Byer. Ital I I i.. vitan will offli SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Eth •t. Conservative. Rabbi Maur.ce Klein. Prlda) • I.'I i' it Out i i -r w Ivan Hoy, ha rn in >i I i.. ...ii .: i L'nlverait) ol Mian 111 -i,. ak on Oui Reap m i llli ,••.:.. me Aiinihii Ones Shabbal boat a: Mr. and Mrs Daniel Hechtman, religious chairman; Mr. and Mrs Alex Marcus, president, Sisterhood Saturda) 9 a.m Bar Miizvah: March, S.,M .,I \'I and Mrs, Daniel Hechtman, who will host Klddush. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 232C NE 171st st. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Prlday 8 p.m. Sermon: "The Image of t Leader." Saturday 8 a.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., S Miami. Rerorm Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1728 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber. Prlday s p.m. Saturday 8 a.m, • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chad ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Davla Convlser. F Iday v *i"' p.m. Sermon: 'W Icomi Back, Ambassador Ebba Eban." sn i lii-day 10:46 a.m. Bar Mltsvah; Laurence, son i.i Mr and Mrs, A Victor It til,, i'. Richard, son ol Mr ami Mis. Harold /.inn. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. — •— TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Krlday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Prayer la i inSpace Age TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Prlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: How Can the Hanian* and Hltlera be Prevenl ii"' Candle Bleaalns and Kldduah: MiPrances Elman in honor of Bar Mltsvah of son, David, on Saturda) 10: 10 .im TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St. Conservative, haitoi Nn>er Auramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Prlday 8:13 p.m. Saturda} '' a m Sermon: "Portion of the i..n\ Bar Mltsvah Harry, son ,.f Mr. and Mrs Sanfonl Jacobaon. e TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombera. • —— TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallnch. Prlday v 13 p.m. Kermon: "Impreafi mn ., i %  • ::. %  ::. \ -II Sal urdaj 11 a.m TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabOl Leo Heim. \\ hen •!•• ish Won • n A -1'ir •• i" Spiritual Height* '• rl I will purl Iclpate i Ones Shabbal • -. I* Idolal i y ..... e TEMPLE ZAMOR*. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Woman' H Role in Human C Mi ssage fri 'ii \' pref Idenl of -. i %  %  .:11 .i.t hosts Sal \ • sei on Porl i • • i %  of he ^^ %  TEMPLE ZION. 5'20 SW 17th St. Conservative":" Ratbi Alfred WixTIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Prlday v SO p.m. Bermon: "Accenl on Voutn." Oneg Shabbat h"-is Bisterhood, in honor of Tlkvah group ln-t. illation of B'nal B'nth QlrTa. Saturda} 9 a ni Sermon: "Creating a Tradition Kiddunh hOStSi Mr and Mrs-. M. \v> in in in.nor of forthcomlns wedding of son, Jerry, to Miss Sandra II. ut. • YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger. Frldaj s 15 p.m. Bermon: Woman In Judaism." Baa Mltsvah Judy, iiiiughter "f Mr and Mrs Raymond Mints, win. win host cor Shabbal Saturday 9 a.m. —•— YOUNO ISRAEL. ••>" ~F **1af •. Orthofix. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber*



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Pcqe 14-A >Jeni§t ncridinun Friday. March 2 1961 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN ** The Character of the Little Man With the Sad Eyes THE HUNTER. By Tuviah Friedman. Edited and translated by David C. Gross. 287 pp. New York: Doubleday and Company, Inc. $3.95. IJw, WITH THE trial of Adolf Eichmann only six weeks away, here is the book for which we have waited. It is written by the man who made Eichmann his own private obsession, who for fifteen years painstakingly collected every document and every fact, traced every rumor which might lead to the murderer of six million Jews. Year in and year out, first in Europe and then in Israel, long after everyone had forgotten, he pursued his solitary search. He badgered officials and nagged secretaries: he wrote letters and made long, dusty journeys to anyone who might be interested enough to help. Tuviah Friedman did not participate in the actual capture of Eichmann. I-ogend has it that when Eichmann was first seized near his home in Argentina and told that his captors were Jews who had been looking for him for a long time, he fainted. When he was revived, he looked around him and said, •Which one of you is Friedman?" The story may not be true; what is true is that to Tuviah Friedman, the hunter, belongs every bit of the honor and every shred of glory. He alone sustained a remembrance of things past; he alone produced the atmosphere in Israel which made the capture possible; in the face of humiliation and mockery, he persisted in his lonely mission. For fifteen relentless years, Friedman worked without the slightest clue to Eichmann's whereabouts. He did not even know that Eichmann was still alive; he just had a feeling that he was —' and if he were somewhere on the face of the earth, that he would someday find him. When the due finally came, it came to Friedman. Interestingly enough, it was wrong. (Most of the books on Eichmann re' ^ Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Israels Successes in the African World Washington ISRAELI kibbutzniks. in blue den%  Ima, are digging drainage ditches ami winning friends in new African where American diplomats are tipping cocktails at air-condi%  tioned parties. That is a picture conveyed by Dr. Thomas Patrick Melady. former United States Point d to establish close personal relations with the African Leaders." has just been issued. Dr. Melady. now director of Duquesne University's Institute of African Affairs, wants American.to understand the new African personalities and explosive forces in the changing continent Involved in the future of the 240 million Africanemerging in over 30 new nations is Israels fate and possibly America*! own destiny. The issue is crucial for Israel, dependent on the United Nations votes of new African states The UN General Assembly now has 99 members. Many are •hyte African nations proclaiming neutrality in the East W II -truagle. Some are so tiny that they Ove rsows Newsletter: B y ELIAHU SAIPETER On the Globke Affair J< rus ,lom A REPORT FROM Haifa that Adolf • n refused to answer questhe wi rtime acth ities of Dr. Globke. presently State Secretary rman C h a n cell o r Konrad -• i'ii by man} obs< rvers in Jerusalem as substantiating some of the ins about the circlea tbat stand imanndefense counselor. When Dr. Servatius offered his services to the Eichmann family and allegedly hardly discussed any financial questions with them, it was :hat among those on whom he coin.!to finance the defense are former Nazis, interested th.it Eichmann should keep silent about their past activitii Eichmann was quoted as saying that he would not the questions about Dr. Globke "on advice irom his defense counsel Dr Golbke was a higlof the Nazi Ministry of Interior in Germany and was charged vrith responsibility for preventing the departure of ten thousand Jews from German occupied Greece and hj\inu d !<> German concentration camps, instead. Th< Gl bke affair" is only one of the many issues on which Eichmann could give decisive testimony both n Nazis ix w i| ain In publit life in W I Gennai • n irding politicians and public officials in occupied countries oi Europe who coUaborati I the \ / ;• becOfl ing thus, rather obvious thai the i to pul Eichmann on pent r to a special category <-f problems which ;t did not foresee when Eichmann was brought to Israel. Morecently the questions of conducting wN A Chassidic Dilemma r<> THE TITLE of this column is d< rptive. e *J a semantic illusion, for what follows I :not a story about a square or -.i iarcJci The squaretown we have r. nur. intended to conjure up idle talk I j|' ( and learning. Moreover, the nan if the aal .town has nothing to do with squares a> H we understand the word or ..ui "ir. 4 ard dictionary define.it. Our square town derives from chassidic sources, or. rather chas.-idic "geza," -cement — the Square r : m The Squarer Chassidim of our story for ;•• WiUiamsburg. Brooklyn, abode of the at as the residents of that quaint area hi %  %  called. But times change, and change apparent!) is nos hi up with WiUiamsburg, too. or at least -imea the Squarer Chassidim. Williamsbur on against strange win.'Now fear wtside contamination and the dehi i that is u afted in from the evil envir To defeat theimpact of modernism i i the Squarer i in 1954 opened a < I county, and named it New Squan passed, the I basaidim realized that tht panacea, and thej decided to change its sti i which would give them wider latitude adoption ol ordinancedesigned to ma facade of its residents But Ramapo's • "•"' % % % %  not have it. claiming that establishment Milage would inconvenience other residentn Chassidic colonists claim that the > a a village status precise!} because it wouli pa.vSabbath law.to protect the unique character of their community. Buttressing their claim to s "" 1 they point to precedence in New Jer.-e> wh< i belonging to Methodist groups have bet n ed to b Sunday traffic, entertainment and other Sut • ioi Several of the opponents, among th< in who now %  could not possibly be accused ol anl •• formation t the villagi would constituU rnTd M U.I r am -E I* :oi id. at* iiM. r> TV • K >: 1 II h g urn Methods of Battling Bigotry Challenged by JWV%  te I U>t PI'S Mat 1. at •>r i> • be reb> ur ST nl, F of >urt I raise U 111 be Thla %  eat eeka IAT n.. i K. Olrw seal) yHE JEWISH War Veterans, of all the P .i wish groups, is now challenging all major Jewish organizations engaged in combatting anti-Semitism. It is also challenging the National Community Relations Advisory Council which coordinates the activities of national and local agencies fighting bigotry. This, despite the fact that the JWV is itself affiliated with the National Community Relations Advisory Council. The issue centers around the question of whether or not Jewish organizations should seek or support group libel legislation as measures against anti-Semitic agitators. All of the most important Jewish organizations are on record as opposing such legislation. They came to this decision after years of study and discussion, and after a detailed examination by qualified lawyers of group libel legislation specifically. The consensus was that such legislation could bring TH IN r more harm than good in the fight against t0M *'h themselves to libel ol .lews as a group ll ucv WB: is no difference of opinion between the Arnt-rican ^ Committee and the American Jewish Congress hicft Ski often differ in their judgment of problem!' Nr l? any difference of opinion with regard to this F' l,c -\ ghajj B T„e kaffl .U-wisn c gajjjjj T


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lay. March 3. 1981 LEGAL NOTICE *Jenisii noridiain Page 15-A NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |OT % % %  : I.HE 'V GIVEN that i:n ii Rlghe i dasl na to engage h I • :: ler I tiou* nann ..i l.\c RIVAOR BAG v JEWELRY Hi • Collins A ; nl Be h Fla., |ndn ;,. 1MB, ... uy,ii vu %  '• l k ln •' i i>r Dade 111.I I • IROTHY RAIER, IV (a | ..... .. .,, I %  N r, *. ie-| itt teleol HI! hinil DM BM ien itn k., any id]. he the itc-d TMEC RCUITCOURTOFTH"VENTH JL OICIAL CIRCUIT OF %  LOR'OA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6'C 1818 vj \'A a. i i irr, i'\1 %  i %  i I %  %  • lai NOTICE E' PUBLICATION l. %  i \ N i • • li ml SI %  ••. ....... ina 11 '•• tilled thai a for Divorce has been filed 11 1 iu • • required to • • > • -v\ .r or other Mni to the Cm plalm on the in v • George N Mac 'I 1 l'i %  %  : Idlns Miami. I ltd I %  i ...i i \ n -w•• %  • %  if the Clerk on or before t lull. • %  .r v. \ I i | ...I >,li. i gment bj defaalt will be against \ IU for the relief dei the.' 'omplalnt. 2 Isl da.if February, A P. ififii. B UBATHERMAN, Clerk, lit court, Dade County. Florida Bi K M I.YMAN Deputy Clerk 1 24, 3 ::-|O-IT DM£M BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "At school the teacher said that we Jews are the 'Children of the Book'. What book does she mean, Pa?" LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF RIDA. IN AND FOR DADE UNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 1754 HACHET, l-.l HACHET, |i dant NOTICE TO APPEAR '.N \i.!> i HACHET Main St -I >nl. i 'onne. l lout Vou ar. h i : an.I required serve .. •. inAn-w .i i. e Bill '' '' I i "• •!• I 'i\oi %  • ]o\\; lntlff's ;ii' -i %  .ml fillHi.. ..i .: if In t!.%  -i .• .•!.. thi '" %  • rcuO c n I.i %  i live. %  • .; IJ ..r M %  rwise c ... %  l i %  h M VN %  I. 1 MAN F, : I %  I 1' ; • I. 3/3-10-17 now tare;• .• .mnci tome;. N THE C RCUI r COURT OF THE -BVENTH JUO CiaL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 6IC 1684 SEPH SA< "K.i. Plaint n Vs. B'KA.vr. ..• anil if id, hie •.inkii.i %  ii •-. .U-isees, Irer. H****•' %  %  '" %  '• r (mant.. i %  %  t %  NOTICE TO APPEAR N AMI: I>F THI: STATE III'A The I '-ft-nil in'. I.l' %  BE< 'KANT. If all• a: .1 i. i.l Inuuknow n heiri|i-\i— •• I::ili.|.-, KI ant.es. %  thi-r claimants under him. AM' EACH oltot' ARE D thai B -*iii t to '|iii''t title to follow. ni; .!•-I propert). sitin Ii.il.. i 'imir v. l-'lui nl.i. to-wlt: ':i i ::vi. %  : -SEA. as ner 111 W ^R&rr.-of r.-or K.I in Plat Rook *. at Pa>...'••-. i' "'.. C I'.li.lie, n idf Dad*•'..mi'> %  ... HI. i. been filed ..i >-' -mi ainl M.II are required to serve a copy of ID.-ni i •• 'I..i 'omplaiut on rift's at turn %  > AARON M. KAN24ri s.-. :i.' T.-'i.-t llulldlnx, MiFlorida, ami to filltlie orHtinal in office, of the C'erk of the Circuit In and fur l>ule County. Florida. • before .N March 1981. otlierth allei; -itiiin* of -iid Complaint be .taken as confevaed la notice H1I.-I!I IM' published once I each week for four consecutive eeka in THE .ll"MSII FI.i HtlI>IAN. I>ATKI) this 17th day of February. -D.. 1841. E. U, I.KATHKKMAN. clerk, ClroorK'onrt. PIIJH <'..nnty, Florida By: K M. I.YMAN Deputv Clerk X/M. 3/:t-i0-l" IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 51928 IN RE: Estate of SACI. ASIIK-KNA7.V. also km. -MI at S ASHKEN \/.V. sometlmex known a-SASilA ASHK i:\.\ZV. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and \ii Persons Having Claim* •.• Demands Axalnst s.u.i INt ite Vou ..nd %  .i. • iii are herebj notified aii-i %  • • i I to pn nenl any and den .mlw hi.h you, m gainst thi • s.v. i \siiisr.N\ZY. also ,i s VSH K :NA9SV, -.in. • i SASH ASHKKNAZY d< %  %  a -• %  • Florida, |' • Count) I i I : • % %  thi i • i'i heir offices II hous< Count : thin elitjii la te of t h. first puhll ••• %  Said di ... nds to i • th< lexal address o n I •.. .ii i ]. %  • KI i %  • I • aforesaid, ot u III be I...:• %  I --'••.• >... Don 733 i" ..f the !! &f ." Proba %  • A. I ll I-'I.l'.; i: 14 Al> I >\V ind WARREN s WEPMAN AExecutors of the I KI win and r Ktame I >l Si A.-ii i-'-na/v also known .is s \-'ik n iz-, somi noa*n as Basha A-li'i-.-n ujsy de %  .-...I WHPM \V & v:< I'M AN 107 •;:-, iyn Rulidli Miami, Florid %  Attorney for Estate 2 !4, 3 :".-if-i ;• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HE RETRY OtVEN thai the undersigned deslrins to onmmin business under the fictitious name of PETITE LINGERIE COMPANT at •_'L'IN N.W lirii Avenue, Miami Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. DAVID HKt'HT WILLIA M M AI A' KSTl "1\ > A I. MA PETTI JACK I.. KINt; Attorne) for Apptlc inti Suite 808 Hupont l'i ./a Center t M, 1/3-10-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engejre in business under the fictitious num.. of CROSS COCNTRT DRPVEAWAT ,i Dade County intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. NEDRIK INc a Fla Com 2 Jl. 3 3-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURTIN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 51964-C In RE: Estate of M VRTH \ RAYMOND, i.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All ''i. lltom .i id All Persons Haviii i 'la n •' l '.-111.111.1Ag i in-i h K te You are dreil in present in.'.inns anil demands which you i .hav< ... Inst thi tin.of MARTHA RAYMi i.N'H di I late of Westi I %  er County, Ne> l idges if I. id. nty, and file i he MI me In theli ..fin ••in ihe ('..in.ii '....II ih..u • Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date first publication hereof, or ii>e same will be i... i %  i Sll 'NET R VY.Mi >XD An-ill irj Executor \I;IIIII: i. CKisiiMAN Attoi '. i i. in oln Road Miami Beach, Florida %  2 Jl. :: '3-10-17 NOTICE TO CRED.TORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE SCOURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 51245-C IN RE: Estate of BEATRICE Itnss i Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having claimor Demand* Agii isl Sa I Estate You, a nd each of you. a I not ii i. ii ami required to •' %  •-• i cla iins a II. i .!. in.i nds w i 1 .. !' > %  either of you, malias. .:•,•• • • • .i %  of BEATRH 'i: : %  i .| Ii i i '.i.ii '..iin;-. I lorld Hon. c orge T. Clark Coui •ludce of 1 'ountj. and flli tin nann In his offh %  in the • %  .urn•• in I lade '...niFloi I calendai months fro if the first publication hei eof S c-lali or demands to contain : l %  • lega ad dress ni the r-lalmnnt and to be sworn nd present %  i n ill lie iiai-.-.l Dated Fehruarj 13, A.D LAl'RA BEI !. \Bxi the l. %  W'ill and Ti -' i'i • T.I I.I" BEATRICE Ross |i. 1. BEN ESSEN Attorne) for Execul rlx 101 I S. ybold Bldy.. Miami. Fla. 17-34 .: -i-l" _^^ NOTICE UNDER "^FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business under the fictitious name of DOCTORS' MEDICAL CENTER al corner of East 4th Avenue *. East Uth Str.et. Hlaleah. Florida intend t.. register said name with the C'erk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WAYNE S RIKiERS Mll.LK'ENT B. ROGERS NORMAN HASH BARBARA NASH JOSEPH H Rl'I'NICK in iRIS RVDNICK H ROP.ERT KOLTNOW Attorn, tor Itoiiers and W i Hash and Wife. Riidi.k and Wife 829 W. Flakier SI reel Miami, Florid • %  2 17-24. J-lfl B* THX COUNTY JUDGES' COURT • N AND FOfl DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. S2012-C Estate of [VTD KAPLAN uka DAVID LAN and/or DAVID D. AN. Paoeased &f IOTICE TO CREDITORS ^^Adltois and All Persons Havms or lie-nan Is AKalnst Said ou ar* here!.notified and required prgaent an.-I n-.and demand* %  u mn\ hive asainst the es01 DAVID KVPl.AN aka DAVID \N unl'or DAVID D. KAPdeceased late of Dude County. to the Co'inty Judges of Dade and file the same in their In the Count) Courthouse in inly. Florida, within eight dar n\onth.:< from the date of the public.,' "i the same battarred JAMES .1. KAPLAN I'E, FIM I'"' iR.MAN • ys .ngresI'iibl. unl32, Fla. 1 H I "171 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 1592 ANNETTE Hi'SSEY. Plaintiff. vs. ROBERT JOHN HUSSET, I >efendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROBERT JOHN HUSSET c/o Waggoner 62." Kenmore Drive BaO Gabriel, California YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been fileii against you and you are require*! to serve a copy of your Answer thereto upon Plaintiff's Attorney EDWIN D. COLEN. 2310 Givllano Avenue. c,„n I Gables 34. Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of March. 1961: otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court at Miami. Dade County. Florida this l'-th day of February. A.D. 1961. E. B. LEATHER-MAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: N. A. HEWBTT Deputy Clerk 2/17-24,3/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name 01 MAGIC WASH at 7::i N W HJiid St.. •Miami. Florida intend to register sii.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BRl'No PEATCH 80 ,. i El SIE PEATCH :,n', owner col, DM.W A. GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Rejrlstrant 2303 West Flagler street Miami 35, Fla. I Jl. 3 ::-lo-i7 2/24. 3/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of .lames Mullane-' und Max C. I'ndorfer, Hr a partnership, d/b/a Federal Metals' \... at 27K2 N.W. North River Drive Miami, Florida intend to regUjtei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JAMES MI'LIJVNEY MAX C l'NI>ORF'F7R. SR WKl.l.ISCH. DOHOHFTRTY & ZAIAC Attorneys for James Mullaney and Max C Cnd.rfer. Sr. 1414 Congress Building Miami. Florid. 2/24 3/3 10 -17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under.signed, dessiring to engSJjni in business under the fictitious name ol THE MAD SAINT at 7000 B.W. 87th Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I.OCKAS KTRIAKOS KESSI.ER. CARS & ROTH Attorneys for Applicant 1898 s.w. 1st Street Miami. Florida 2/24. 3/::-l0-l7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 1008 ANNA GREKNKLATT COHAN. Plaintiff, vs. MAX COHAN, Defendant. SUIT FOR ANNULMENT %  TO: MAX COHAN, defendant 3206 Tyler Ktreet. Apt. No. 204 Detroit.18. Michigan You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Annulment has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. PALIX>T, SILVER. PAUX>T. STERN A MINTZ. 317 Blscayne Building. Miami 32. Florida and file the original .Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of March, 1*81. If you faH to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once ...n-h week for four consecutive weeks in THE JF'.WISH F*LORlDlAN. IX>NF: AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this lath day of February, A.D. 1981. E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN 1 >eputy clerk Ballot, Silv-r, Ballot. Stern & Mints %  '.\Bi-,iyne B.ldg. Miami 32, F'la. B) : Sam I. Silver. Attorney for Plaintiff 2/17-24. 3'3-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCOURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 51521 C IN RE Estate of LEN \ DI Wi >\ i Di-cei NOT'CE TO CRED TORS md A ... 11. • % %  i nd A Said i Istati You a time i which i' have at estati of LENA DIAMOND di I Judgi sain., in thell iff/Ices ll Con i 'ourthouse in 1 %  I within • lain i ilen lar m date of the first pub lent lot or the same BEN DI \ MI >X ', Exe I r THEI • %  RE 11SHER A tt.H 161 J < 'ongress Building Mi mil 32. Florida J IT-24, :: '.-l f IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 51684-C IN RE: Estate of ZELLA AGNES BERN'S Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T>> All creditor.md All Person Having claims or Demands Against said Estate: Vou are herebj notified and required to present nj claims and demand* which -on mahave against the estate ..f ZELLA AGNES BERN'S deceased late ol Dude County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of I'ade Count-, and file the same m their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade Count). Florida, within eight calendar monthfrom the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. SAM I SI EVER. Admlnist'a tor Paiiot. Silver, Ballot. Sterna Mints Attorne) s 317 Blsca) lie Building Miami. Florida 1/10-17-24, 1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mai I'll .'M<05 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CiRC-lT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ?3£ COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6'C "J08 MELFORT ANDRH Plaintiff, \ VIVIAN ANDRICH, I >. i. n.i.i i.i SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: VIVIAN ANDRICH 4 IJ". 1 lainl.i in. •• Blvd Norfolk, Vlrgli I Ton are herebj notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been fi'.-.i against you, and j'ou aro required to serve a cop) of j-our Answer i'ni' s HERKIil that daned, d i business n l. r tin of W.M.B.M W.M.B..M !'• ~ it Dade Counl I ... Court of D F'l.' 'KID \ E VST %  VS BRo VIK' '>' '•'•• • INC., .. !" SAM I SILVER ol Pallot, Silver. Pa'l >'• At torne) foi \ > %  cant ::i7 Hi-, iu Iu ... n 1,3/3-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 51686 B IN RE: Estate of ii iNRAD LANDBLOM Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person Having Claims or IVman.is Aguinst Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present ail) claims and demands which )OU may have ai.-aiii.-t the estate of CONRAD LANDBLOM deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, ami file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County,Florida, within eight calendar months from the dute of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. PHILIP H. HECKERUNG Attorney 10.11 duPont Building Miami X2. Florida 2/10-17-24.3/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni iTici: is HERBHi iil\ N that the und. rslgni d, desirlt • ngags in busines* under ihe fici tiou* name of .-I n: \v iti.N'i ;s ,i Rich ird's I i I nient Stores M ami Florida intend to register said name with • of the Circuit Couri ol 0 ide I 'o 'niy. Florida. BAVMi IND II VRIt'S HARRY WILLIAM K'OT>K Si lie 'n.'I Beigel. Teitelman \ A'h.-rt Attorneys for Applies 1162 w Flaglei Si 2 10-17-24, J/8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMS LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, di-iring '.> engak-in busines.under the fictitious name of ARTHI'lt'S BAR ,t Jsju No, Miami A-,-.. Miami, Florida in'end to n ter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court >.l Bade County. Florida. Alfl'lll H D. M.BHERSON IB.ANCI:S I. McPHERSON Sole i Hers Kessler, I lars .v Roth Attorne-. s fin Applicants 1998 SW Isl Street 2M-17-ji 3 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious can. • ll CNTrBD FOOD DISTRIBUTORS' at 2086 Keystone Blvd N. Miami 81, Fla., intends to regist.-r -aid name with th Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 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I 1 I 1 I t •1 • c e n IV M gl Page 16-A +Jewisttfk>ricUan Friday, School Bill (AAIHC fprtaii •#t?fritf> vtn tail By MAX LERNER Outlook Dim for Gurion Coalition ~, ,v,u /iTiuThe leadership of the National Religious Party The Herut deputv urged lhai l TEL AVIV-(JTA)-The£JJJ £ en Gurion for the formation of a a Premier-designate wa, unafcl rejected this week the bid b David Be eg and the Arab form a new Government ,,* %  ( ,, all „ im( lbin e t c ons,,^ M^u K rf ^ specified time after be lBg J deputies. The decision, by the NRT was aaopiea aDStentions | by the Pres.den to make *M party's central committee by a vote of eign Uo seven wwn tempt tne Presult |lt should ^ 1 other political leader to try, The education bill will be passed. Yes. there will be carping and eripine about it. and backing, and shadow-boxing with fake issues—but ft will be passed. If it isn't. I tear there will be a slaughter not of the innocents but of the guilty-a slaughter at the Congressional polls 18 months from now. I suggest that right now. not later, is the time to organize watchand-ward committees on the schools. Their job will be. in every state and city Holster the backbone of the Congressman who is planning to vote for it. and dissuade whoever is planning to be against It. and make it clear to any hapless fence-sitter that these watch and ward characters have a long, long memory. As for the bill itself, it is terribly late compared with he Deed far haste and terriblv little compared to the needs of the -schools. But it U not too late to be hopeless nor too little to be negligible. There is talk that the bill may fail because It wW be argued and jostled to death between a mess of special interest group. Well. e school youngsters are a group that holds a special UwMte^ofus.0 interest so special as to be overriding There has been M*hm talk of how dearly we care about the young people who are the treasure o America. If. after all that brave talk, we let |^ <**""** o'.r inaction, then it will show how poorly as a people all of IN have been educated in a single virtue-that of sheer honesty of heart. t v_ %  £— ^r %  A NOW THERE ARE A COUPLE of real issues that have been raised about the bill, and at least one big phony one^ One of the real issues is the failure of the bill to break the hold that segregation stil. has on the school system The billI migto have withheld federal funds from states that practice segregation, thereby pen:, lirlng them where it hurst most in the pocketbook nerve. It doean t d S The real reason it doesn't is doubtless that if it did even the mod erate Southern Congressman wouldn't dare vote for it and it would die There i • !"!" re respectable reason however than sheer opportumsmnameh that segregation is best fought directly, by civil right, legisla" o rcou < demons, and Presidential orders rather than by bail J legislative riders which can only victimize the school population .3 a whole while failing to help the victim underdog groups. This part of the bill is an expression of the highly pragmatic political lactics and the basic conservatism of method of both President Kenne^ dv and Secretary Ribicoff. It would be hard to accuse either of them of being a pussvfooter about Negro civil rights The worst you could accuse them of is a'failure of nerve on the crucial moral issue of our time and of poor judgement in believing that any educational ends can be truly served if the means fall short of complete courage. That gets down to a question of political style, not of moral integrity One must add. for whatever it is worth, that the bill does protect the Negro student as an individual when he is applying for a college scholar, shS It provides the federal scholarship funds be withheld from any state which discriminates against Negroes in granting the scholarships. II is hard to see the Solomon like splitting of the baby between segrega, t.on as part of the permitted local school system, and anti-Negro preju. dice against particular scholarship students. But there it is. The foot a) in the door. %  £ — — •&— —onlh. The central committee of Herut heard a report from Herut Nader Menachem Beigin on talkfor that purpose with the General Zionists He stressed that if the two parties merged, they could become an alternative to the Mapai party after the next elections Yohanan Bader another Herul leader, outlined an alternative to ( implete merger. He suggested a federation m which each party would retain independence but with the party factions in Knesset, Israels Parliament, cooperating Under his approval, the two parties would present a united list of candidates In the next election The federation, he said, would remain open for adherence by other non-Socialist part A Herut motion to set a time limit for Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's efforts to assemble a new coalition government was defeated this woe* in the Knesset. At the same time, a formal statement was made that the Mapai perty would continue to make every effort to reconstitute a government onder Mr. Bon-Gorion as Prime Minister before supporting a new aloeHens. The vote against the Herut moj tion was 49 to 23. The statement I of Mapai suppon for Mr. BenGurion was made by Mapai deputyhas been erned bv a caretaker coalition the same coalition reconstituted,, since Mr Ben-Gurion resigned last der Mr. Ben-Gunon as the one) an 31 dissolved by resigning. Germans Fear Results of Trial Continued from Page 1-A jthe Nazi regime with special attention to the persecution of Jews The film opened with a portrayal ,of the -boycott'' of Apr. 1. 1933. land traced the hate mongenng of. 1 {Julius Streicher's pornographic and j anti-Semitic "Der Stuermer." and ithe ensuing -spontaneous actions" instigated against German Jews byNazi storm troops and the SS. The film then showed the "final phase" of the persecutions, covering the I Nuremberg Race Laws of 1935. and the burning of synagogues ir. No vember. 1938. The program ended w ith an account of the murder of Jews by SS execution squads "be hind the lines of advancing German i troops," and in the extermination camps of Auschwitz. Treblinka and I Maidenek. 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w...S n 1 k j A Edilh (Mrs. Lou) Zeller. former resident of Miami Beach now living in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., is here visiting her father and sisters Son Jerry, who used to attend Nautilus Junior High, is now at Wilkes College, and daughter Elaine, who was so interested in dramatics at Beach High, is fulfilling her childhood ambition to be a Broadway She has a part in "The Wall." dramatization of John 's novel Irs. M.iin y (Bernice) Young, he's president of the Exchange [entertained 16 women lor lunch poolside at her lovely home Wstone Island 4. Feb. 22 Taking the date quite literally, |e cake said "Happy Birthday. George." and featured his picks seen on United States bills, a chocolate hatchet, and the %  can flag Real guest of honor was Mrs. Sidney lLaura) f, of Chicago, who met other winter residepts here from what fluently called the Windy City — Mrs. Ben (Frances) Esko. f(Mrs. Lee) Cardoza. and Dorothy (Mrs. Max) Hoffman, as full-time resident Sid (Mrs. Lou) Margulies ^rs. Jennie Grossinger was hostess to more than 50 guests at a dinner part\ in lu i home honoring the Baronessa Si'vana Ccrza. Gregbriana of Horn: who had flown here to receive ORT's "Jennie" fashion award. -. More entertaining on the local scene: The A. J. Molaskys. large contributors to CJA and Mt. Sinai Hospital, were host to more than 100 friends at dinner Saturday evening at Westview Country Club Amon:: the uue-is were Morris and Florence Green, friends of the Molaskys. from the St 1-ouis. Mo., days And Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Kaplan had a dinner party at their lovely Meridian axe. home in honor of newly-engaged daughter. Arlyne, and liance. Makom Fromberg, recently of Chicago A farewell party lor Rabbi and Mrs. Bernard Shoter given by her parents Mr. and Mr-. Nathan Keusch, at their home in West Miami on Sunday More than 200 guests streamed in and out all day to say hello" and then "goodbye" The rabbi, who has been spiritual leader ol Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, leaves to assume the pulpit of Temple Beth Sholom in Sarasota. Fla. Home builder Cigi Reynolds Carrier guest of Hyman Levines at Miami Springs Villas He's the prominent New York attorney Famed Ritz Bros, reminiscing with the Murray Franklins Their friendship goes back to the times of the two-a-day. HI *-* Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jampol. winter visitors here for many years, always plan their stay to include their anniversary so they can spend it with daughter. Bea, and husband. Mike Mersel This year the festive dinner was at the Eden Roc on Tuesday Hr for David Elmans Bar Mitzvah Saturday are Rabbi Sam Sehmitt. of Cincinnati, and his uncle, Isidore Elman. Syracuse And to celebrate with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Seidman on th'.ir son Steven's Bar Mitzvah are the David Rolhmans and the David Rauch family, all from New York Jean Lansburgh new to Las Vegas last Wednesday to join husband Morris at their Flamingo hotel ... In the same general direction — Alvce Ell to Chicago, husband Leon preceding her by a week Magnet is daughter. Sandra, and Joel Dalkin. and of course their two little ones Incidentally, Krel Co.. which is half Alyce Ell and half Inez Krensky. still have canasta trays and stop cards available They donate all income to charity Rick Ohrbaek. son of Sidney and Lee Ohrback. of Stillwatcr dr.. Miami Beach, is having a one man show of his impressionistic paintings at the Gallerv restaurant in Coral Cables the entire month o March Rick has a Fine Arts degree from the Lniversity ot liami and has studied in the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota and at the Arts Students League in New York ... In 1954 he won the Dsde countv award lor design, and in 1957 received first prize at the annual Lowe Gallery exhibit On a commercial level, he is a noted interior designer friends are wishing William Friedman, of 233 Phonetia. speedy recovery from surgery at South Miami Hospital. Ht • Birthdaz, : Mr and Mrs Sam Tendler receiving congratulations on the arrival .-t a new grandchild, Anthony Branson Laughter Harriet, also haSuzanne, 6 Proud latheris I\ and movi< actor, Charles l'.ronson. of Hollywood. Calif *Mr. and \i.->. Maxwell (Miriam) Passerman, visiting tram New York City, plan to be, ome permanent residents •* %  • • %  e S a attorney and an executive of the Riverside Memorial Chapels Ifcey recent A became grandparents for the second tune ... ] The Irv.n S'....p.ro, oi 63 SW 31 id., expect thenfourth late this summer Waiting more or less patiently are Fred, Ixy and Steve ... • The Joe Harts exp.et their lust grandchild any minute Larrie and Arlene Blasberg played host to over 200> guests a. an Open House las, week to celebrate the br.s of new *. > J Uartin Michael. 3. got all the attention, though, because the baby spent most „i the time m bis room with the nurse. • %  At the Women's Cancer Leagues recent luncheon in the Amcricana hotel, Mrs Micky (Yve.te) Kraus. president, wore a Mac* J u de soie dress tea.ur.ng a tiered skirt and fitted JjMj^jgg Site beaver hat and face-framing brim ********* Schonfeld, chairman, was .n a yellow embroidered net sheath w_i h Sued Un daisies, shoes and bag dyed to match, m A% UW covered with white daisies ^"^S^J^SSJpi ked regal in sheath dress and matching coat m deep muted red Mack print pure silk with black satin, pleated hat Robert Z (Nancy) Greene wore a simple black tunic -Jflitf a poul of a pmk hat. ""^^"iBSKSrf 1 a wihte orchid tied to her wrist Mrs. Pau 1 (PatB r ? mber e linen sheath complemented her eyes and bright red hair. Mr and Mrs Joseph Hvman. of Chicago, have arrived in Miami BeacTandWil 1 siav at the Copley Plaza hotel, 3900 Collins ave. m tfomjls • Mr Hyman is the manager of leading cantors throughout the country. the llection also features designs bj Maskit. Israel's famed village crafts industries: furs by S.i :. n Braun of Tel Axiv: and Aled knitwear. Included lor the first time in this collection, which is the sixth annual collection presented by Israel Bonds, are couture bathing ensembles by the houses of Diva and Gottex, and knitwear by Elanit. The Miami showing will once again be accessorized, coordinated and staged by Jordan Marsh. Games Night Saturday Shalom chap'er of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a games night at Cutler Ridge Shopping Center Auditorium on Saturday evening. Nautical Theme At Les Girls Luncheon Tues. /. r,. Utical theme with colors and i.ecorations suggested by the official U.S. Navy ensign will be high* lighted at the Les Girls luncheon Tuesday r.oon at the Everglades 1 i (I Mrs. Melvyn B. Frumkes and Mrs. Benedict A. Silver man, co-chairmen, announce that red-whitc-andl.lue contrasts will also be featured m the smart cruise-wear fashion show by Jordan Marsh. Mrs. Sam Luby. jr., and Mrs. Edward Eiser.berii are in charge of the advance showing of new vacation togs "with the casual flair." arranged for the Combined Jewish Appeal by Mrs. O. Dunby, fashion coordinator at Jordan Marsh. In keeping with the ship-and-shore aspect of the fund-raising luncheon. Eastern Shipping Company will award a free trip for two to Jamaica on the SS Yarmouth cruise ship. Other prizes include beauty treatments, kitchen ware and assorted merchandise. Mrs. Jesse Schwartz and Mrs. Jay Siegel arc in charge of reservations. Weekend Purim Beth David Fete Festivities for all ages will highlight the Purim program at Beth David on Saturday and Sunday. Sponsored jointly by the Sisterhood and Men's Club are a Purim Ba]l on Saturday night and an outdoer carnival on Sunday. Mrs. Louis Seitlin is Sisterhood fund-raising vice president. Cochairmen nl (he ball, beginning Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at the Knights of Pythias Hall. 4601 W. Plagler St., Mrs I'.er.ii Bloom and Dr. Morns A. Kleinman. A program ol entertainment will top the ball, with Al Schor and his orchestra providhe music. I nival will be Sunday on Beth David's grounds al 2625 SW 3rd av< with festivities getting underw, j at noon, Brandeis Women Planning Tea Mrs Lawrence C. Kline, 995 No. Venetian dr.. Miami, will he hosH -s al her home for the annual life membership lea of Brandeis lniversity National Women's Committee. Creator Miami chapter, Friday. Mar. 17. at 1 p m. Program will include a demonstration of 'Tricks and Treats of Flower Arrangements." by Mrs. Bernard Troub, and a musical interlude. Mrs. Jack \\ Rabinovitch, chairman, lite membership, is m charge of reservations. Her co-chairmen are Mesdames Meyer A. Baskm. W Stanlej Weinkle and Mortimer E. Wien, Mrs. Solomon B. Margolis is president. I



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s t t I oci | >ii U] rried housewife tional Jewish dishes iir. inspiring aid in planni budget • wise but gourmet-tasl I aals. Our grandmothers were familiar with all the methods u! making economical foods delicious wnich are recommended today. Combinations of seasonings could turn the humblest of ingredients into holiday fare. For example, a Meatless Carrot Tzimmas. enhanced by honey and ginger, could add a iesiive touch to the simplest meal. Canned carrots are suggested because they are not only quicker, but frequently cost less than fitsh ones. Meatless Carrot Tzimmas 2 Mi cups diced cooked or canned cam:? 1 cup carrot liquid 2 tablespoons salad oil or parve margarine 2 tablespoons all-purpose fiour 4 tablespoons honey M H ."-; %  on ground 7 Mildred i"'"'v' itu d >.:-, | thi ttiuhi %  .: Meals." The unit n/ J I yncuvn -"••• surgeon. j> made J continuing ttudy (•/ nutrition. • i. %  ii measure I I. If necesj r i • %  } ( i F. for Antthtr b.t of grandmother t agi< wat U H -mall amounts of i coetl) ingredient such as meat M skillfully thai its flavor permeated the completed dish For Meat Blintzes. she even had the fcetf perform double duty. First a combination of chuck and flanken was used to make a rich soup stock. then it was trimmed of all fat. and ground for the filling. However. 'any lean left-over chicken, veal. lamb, cr beef may be used. Meat Blintzes Filling 2 cups. lean, ground cooked meat 2 teaspoons grated onion 2 eggs, slightly beaten salt and pepper to taste Pancake Batter 2 well-beaten eggt : teas] oi sail i cu] wal t l i sted ui \ (r\ p •' t I } %  %  %  a the skillet from the luickly pour in about two tablespoons of batter Tilt the pan quick]} so that the batter coven &f he entire surface in a thin, even layer. Return to the heat, and cook until firm but not brown. Cook on one side only, and invert on a clean cloth. Repeat with remaining batt< r The pancakes may be filled B e i nade, or sti k< I ar.,1 Plact in the cei pai ol %  %  At either I :i trie %  le bj • ..!. dot with chick at 350 decs F about 20 mil utes, until niceiv brow ed Or fry in one-fourth-inch of chicker. fat. also with thi folded edges underneath, until that side is golden brown. Turn over and brown thi ether side Serve with gravy or tomato sauce This makes 11 or 12 Blintzes. + Grandmother rareiy worked with exact recipes. She made each dish j her individual creation to the despair of descendants trying to re produce them. Each home proud-; ly served a different version of a luscious Luckshon Kugel. Although many foods which years ago were considered low in cost are comparatively high today, this recipe for an old favorite is still economical. Luckshon Kugel (Parve or Fleishig) 3 cupi cooked medium noodles. ... Mj drained 3 melted chicken S • •• ns sugar %  %  2 %  Miami HadassahOneg Saturday hoS" The B. Manischewitz Co, unn^unet's the appointment oi SOUTHERN FOOD DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. AS EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR OF ALL B. MANISCHEWITZ FOOD PRODUCTS SERVING TAMPA, ST. PETERSBURG, AND THE ENTIRE WEST COAST OF FLORIDA Southern Food Distributors. Inc. 4435 North Lauber Way Tampa, Florida Manager: Louis Teresi Phone: 258323 THE %  MANISCHEWITZ CO., Newark 2, New Jersey M$ 10UIS COIDMAN afMrs L < e H 6501 on U <* Mr, vJ ; dassah i Mn S aim : to sra, actions tended thi ,,cres: m m 1?w Prograi -elude a rne from the ^ Mrs £ Los -in of ft Shabba: Joseph Lss group til si n Ma %  loff. %  Mrs. 6cber.l *il] p^ 4 to the womei • :he Miamicb who becami !tnas" this "Ima." a i1 %  • atiog f : -^ in Israel.' .-.\arded for 4 tion of INC, Ih amount net*support a chi'd !cr one rtni Chesed Shei fmess Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emessjrael will meet Monday. 1 p.m. at the Chairimr .x if it is to (slice? Si Blend to noodli .... ixturea Bake '. into a ii f quart Th •.•:-:-x-:->:-:-::-:-:-:• or he, -F ik yr f STEVENS MARKETS KASHA SOLID WHITE TUMI 7 Oi. CAN 39 1050 of course! A traditional standby for old-timey good Kosho Varneshkes Kasha Knithes, and other treats Lass than 2* a serving! Abe ••/or Wclffi Cnomtf Kmmk tg^H) w c • %  Koafci N Grwrf WaW'i Kmtn U*e SrxJ for MR KASHA COOK BOOK PHYUIS WOlff, tmn *•. MM* *•* KASHA !" >>% ii II i i 1 1i i i i i | i jY i l i w i l i nl i > 'i i lit'V. '* Dhtrilmttd By LEVINSONS FOOD SPECAi* IS East 17th Street Nialaofc, NwMl **" n ONSALEAT %  i iii:iiB:iurii %  / # 8 %  •I i i I i §UArUI I FEfi'E -0U Ui! K§M; TUNA CHICKEN OF THE SEA BUN BROIt Make a tuna-loaf mixture. Spread it on buttered half buns. Toast under broiler to heat through. Add a dab of tartar sauce and serve. Raving-good, and ridiculously thrifty! With tossed green salad, it's a surprise suppe*. FREE: "Creative Cookery," 20 Tuna Tip$ recipes. Write Chicken of the Sea, P.O. Box 2111;Long Beach 1, California, THE Ff rvi FILLt \A l^JS PRfSS^ t :ID OUK :I*L WAY TC • P£U .>AVQ* \ \ __„/ n P %b Nrll



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Friday, March 3, 1931 V'JeHist fierij&r Page 3-3 Planning a "Roman Forum" at the Eden Roc hotel on Mar. 15 are Mrs. Edward Feinstein (left), president of the Miami Beach chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital, and Mario Gavini, of Alitalia Airlines. A guest at the "Roman Forum" luncheon will win a free trip to Rome via Alitalia. Dean Martin will be featured entertainer. UMlker Branch Party Lebediker Branch of Farband will bold a Purim party Saturday evening at the Seville hotel. Featured will be noted artist Michel Gibson, radio star Mordecai Jarreini, and soprano Yolanda Sincofi. President of the organization is Joseph P. Zuckerman 7—a-Agers to Install Tikvah, teen-age group at Tilereth Israel Northside Center, will install the following new officers Friday evening: Barbara Furino. president; Arlene Weissman. vice president; Susan Waterman, recording secretary; Elaine Pros.--. corresponding! secret and Roselee Rosenkrant/ IWV.FREE JOB PLACIMINTw^ ISM Key Punch, Prjjj — i Wiring HOTEL TRAIN S3 31V SO\ Tranicrlpt. SwitchOi-3. --J"t OfIfice. NCR2000. A.J •. 2ii;-. Etc. $•• Yellow Pgs. 6M i :-: %  'njnj 8k. Adelphi Business College 500-526 NE 79th St Nr 3 i: Blvd. '—-— k PU 7-7623 St.V? iji:xJ Artist and Models Ball on Mar. 11 "Anything Goes" is the theme of this year's upcoming Artists and Models Ball. The third annual ball is being staged in the Deauville hotel on Mar. 11, under the direction of model-photographer Bunny Yeager. Some 2.000 beaux arts devotees are expected to attend the event, which is given each year for the benefit of the Miami Artists School and Gallery. Invitations have been extended i to Frank Sinatra and Ingemar Joj hatusen to crown the "Queen of the Ball." Sabrina. supper club star, has been chosen the official 1961 Queen. Acceptances have already been received from Jimmy Durante, Gloria DeHaven, George I de Witt, the Rita Brother? ; Sweet Richard Honorary committee members this year include Irving 5c lulman, Jane Fisher, Morns Lans irgn, Jerry Baker, Eddie Schaffer Mra Paul Pollak, Bob Clayton. BUI Bayer, Chuck Zink and Larry K THE FRUIT BOWL Just Arrived for Passover Holidays FROM ISRAEL KOSHER VPtSACH Lieber's Fancy Box Chocolates-Nut & Fruit Assortment Seder Book Filled with Chocolate Matzos Chocolate Covered Orange Peel & Assorted Oragees ALL CANDIES PARVE IDEAL GIFT FOR LOVED ONES AND FRIENDS WE SHIP THE COUNTRY OVER 433 Lincoln Rood Mall Phone JE 8-1221 JOE MASTERS MASTERS, Phone MO 7-8979 5773 S.W. 8th Street ^ Miami, Ha. Eight Local Chapters of Women's Unit Plan ORT Day Celebrations Next Week The eight local chapters of Women's American ORT will celebrate Wednesday, Mar. 8. ORT Day. for all chapters throughout the United' Slates, with teas, luncheons, fash-' ion shows and ORT films. Each chapter will have a speak! er who will discuss the purpose I and progress of the Organization j for Rehabilitation through Training, which has given new meaning to life for those "unplaced'' per-' sons who have been fortunate to come within the circle of ts proj gram. • • I Coral Gables chapter tea at the home of Mrs B. Moskin. 230 Shore Drive E. Miami. 1 p m. Guest speaker will be Rabbi A'.tivJ Waxman, spiritual leader of Temple Zion. • • Miami Beach Afternoon chapter brunch a! the home of Mrs. Joseph Oritt, i%5 Dayconia rd. Mrs. Samuel Pollack, regional vice president, will be guest speaker "Mission to Shiraz." ORT film, will be shown. • • Southwest chapter Coffee, 3:30 p.m.. at 1802 SW 84th c: home of Mrs. Milton Auckerma:v speaker is Mrs Ed Frank. Fashion show of sportswear ;s slated, and ART film. "Mellah Islanders chapter tei at the home of Mrs Joseph Kanter, 13105 Ortega In., Keystone pt.. is due at noon. Guest speaker is Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt. North Dade and North Miami chapters will hold a joint coffee and fashion show at the Golden Gate hotel at 8 p.m. Mrs. Howard Dunn, president of North Dade chapter, will be speaker • • a South Miami chapter luncheon and fashion show will feature dresses and furs to be modeled oy members at Garden resta'2235 SW 8th st at noon Mrs J i seph Wilkes, Southeast r I president, will be speaker. • • Greater Miami chapter meet, Tuesday, 8:15 p.m.. for coffee at the Deauville hotel. Guest speaker is Mrs. Irving Sussman. first presi dent of ORT in Miami and Southwest Florida. Film. "Mission N Shiraz." will be shown. AEPhi Alumnae Schedule Dinner Alpha Epsiion Phi Alumnae Assn. of Greater Miami will hol-r a pot luck dinner at the home o£ Mrs. Theodore Berman. 3301 Granada blvd., Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Chairmen are Mrs. Jesse >?:r*r and Mrs. Samuel Elinoff Mrs. Lawrence Gordon is m charge of reset \ Emanu-EI Ladies Mark Anniversary Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a champagne luncheon at the Eden Roc hotel Friday noon, Mar. 10. The event will be highlighted by the presentation of a dramatic reading based on one of Broadway's hit plays, adapted and directed by Trixie Levin. Cast includes Mesdames Samuel I Ginsburg, Elliot Harris, Myron J. Mitnick, Rocky Pomerance and Mr. Elliot Harris and O J. Rosen-; strauch. Mrs. Emil Morton, soprano, who has appeared in operettas in Vienna and New York, will present a program of songs. Chairman for the luncheon are Mesdames Jules P. Channing. George Goldberg. Samuel Lipton and Bernard Silverman. 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Fage 4-B *Je*ist fkriciianr? Friday. March 3, 1961 Beach Hadassah Luncheon Monday Mrs. Max Schenk, national Bee* rctary of Hadassah and national i airma'i oi Youth Aliyah. will ad• ess the more than 5J0 women ex1 at a "Holiday on the Town" icheon next Monday noon at the A giera hotel. I960, Mrs Schenk attended %  :5th World Zionist Congress in .-.i'um Her devotion to. and k owledge of. Youth Aliyah. the r< selling of children trom the Near and North Africa, have made a favorite speaker with Ha< i audiences M v Nat Barth. membership colter for the Miami Beach i ap:er and chairman of the luni epn, will be assisted by MesMaurice Cahn, Oscar Sin%  1!. Haro:. Melnick and the 13 isrship vice presidents of '-he i apter. Fred Jonas, president of ami Beach chapter, will pre:: awards to members of each > tor outstac li g sen ice :. • membership %  '...• e. M s. Meyer Harris, soprano, and Aids Yaslo, pianist, will pre-' .%  :r a musical program. Serving as hostesses wiU be ( mes Abe Jaffee. Louis Margu-' -. Nathan Shain. Baer ZuckerArtistS tO Appear ***' W on Television At Banquet Here Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah "Holiday on the Town" luncheon committee (left to right' arc Mrs. Maurice Cahn. reservations chairman; Mrs. Nat Barth membership vice president; Mrs. Oscar Sinde'.l. hie membership coordinator; and Mrs. Harold Melnick. arrangements chairman. Leon Schachter and' Gitel Stein, now appearing at the Cinema %  v Hid Rose Kosajnond, singtsr, will be featured at Agu.ia'hi Ifcrael I,e w Institute's Vanuual baflguet on Su 18 Sterling hotel, with Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever acting as master %  remonies. as well as giving !h'.> invocation. Herman Weintraub. oresident. and Mrs. Rose Siegfried, Sis) r president, will extend areetand the benediction will be by William.Cohen, vice president. • A building fund ("rive for the newHebrew rnstitute and Social Center of Greater Miami mil be launched at the banquet, and a jou-nal will be distributed to (he guests. Chairman is Morii> Feldman. director of the synagogue. Sam Brick, secretary, is in charge of tickets. Dr. Milton Siegfried heads the journal. Sam Klein, vice president, will assist Feldman. and Mrs. Siegfried will represent Sisterh-iiv! "Still Small Voice/' television program sponsored by the Rabbir, ical Assn. of Greater Miami, will be hosted by Rabbi Solomon Schitf spiritual lea-er of Beth-F.I Or gallon, on Sunday. 10 a.m., oi p WCKT ch 7. Guest will be Prof. rgaJ M al W i-Jopie is "ririti Analogies in the Common Law Niiramar Rummage Sale Miramar Jewish Community Or! ganization was to hold its annuji rummage sale on Mar. 2, 3, and 4 at 13020 NW 7 ave., Miami Mrs, Murray Schaffer U in charge of arrangements, assisted by Jack Cohen. Wolf. Marion Wolfe. Flora Sinick and Joseph Lipton. Reservations for the luncheon aan. Samuel Jackson. Marram may be obtained from Mrs. M.r.i-. Max Cohen. Joseph Abelrice Cahn. or the Hadassah office. r.. Manuel Fe:erman. Ja>eph 600 Lincoln rd. PLANTERS KOSHER OIL xmam r-xitfi QmA f Supervision Rabbi Herscfl Kohn. N.Y. l 7/,o 3JU. Oil J~or ^Delicious ~z/4nJ NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening *T&JL / TMO£J JLUACI TJXAXM, Deep rich mellow tasty... MCHLESS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy i "!• in B tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes ... foe breakfast, lunch, sii|>per and Icebox ridding*. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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Friday. March 3. 1961 f i +JeHti fhrkMian Page 5-B Reminder Made Of Ghetto Revolt By Special Report NEW YORK—World Jewish Congress has issued an appeal to Jewish communities throughout the world to commemorate the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising with special services and ceremonies on Apr 13. In a message to World Jewish Congress affiliates in 64 countries, Dr. Gcrhart If. Riegner, director of coordination, urged that "a partiewfar %  effort should be made to prompt young Jews who did not witness those tragic and glorious event? to take an active part in the various manifestations, which will open for them one of the mc memorable pages of our history. insp.rt them with pride, strong: { en their faith in the future ol t) Jewish people, and enable them :j pass on to future generations the | memory of this stirring episode The commemoration date o f 4r13 coincides with the 27th of Nisi Former president of the United Nations and now Philippine Ambassador to the United States. Carlos P. Romulo, chats with old friends Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn Kevin, of Miami Beach, following his talk to the National Council of Christians and Jews. .he Kevins were Romulo's guests at a special reception vui president. Mil of trustees include Mes> Lilli in Ackerman, Lena Kramer, I H Kramer, Mildred itti iberg, Hyman Zaidman, Gus, iVortzel and Celia Wollman. MRS. RACHU KATZ Dr. Marquit to Speak |uni !in n meeting "f Mill ach B'nai Hnth Lodge will l %  held Tues ay noon at the Rita i : hotel. ies -i • aker will be Dr. Syvil i-quii "i M ."i i t ell-known psyI ,. .. vi tier is chairman ol ling KRVED IN A GLASS Ot A CUP TETLEY TEA i A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Y. riWt'l Yom Tov spirit In this fine •..."!• vOf crushed" for fullest strength *nd stimuUtion ... richer taste and pleasure with your flcishigs and mikhigs nd beter meil refreshment... Kneseth Israel Women's Lunch Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president, announces that Kneseth Israel Sisterhood's last luncheon of the season will be Wednesday noon, with' Mrs. I. Ruppert in charge of the affair. Sponsors are Mesdames Rae Benjamin, Max Lippman, Harry Weiss. Tob) Jaffe, Mary Silver. Ida Finestone, Celia Ruppert, Dinah Halpern. Helen Hornstcin, Fanny Sirot. Rose Lerner, Ray Stolow, Lena Popkin. I. B. Eisenstein, Etta Mandel. D. Dlott. Rose Sobel, Clara WeinstOCk, Pauline Salkowitz and Max Hecht Gables ORT Will Observe Event Monlh of March will usher in a series of celebrations for members of the Coral Gables chapter of Women's American ORT. ORT Day, to be marked by chap-1 lers throughout the country on Mar. 8, will be observed by the Coral Gables chapter at the home 0| Mrs B. Mosking. 280 Shore dr. I K Miami. Mrs. Edward Black-; man, membership chairman, is in charge of the affair locally. A "Mad Halter's" luncheon will' be held on Mar. 14. at 12 noon at Ihe Miami Springs Country I Judges for the various classifications will be Boh Clayton and B a r b i r. television personal Mrs P. Schiff is chairman ol I event. Certified Kosher under ttnet Rabbinical Supervision Concert Sunday Evening Km ma La/arus concert will be I,,.,: ,1 sun ay evening at Jewish Cultural Center Featured will bo Rose Rosemood in folk songs, Mrs. Minn Retskm at the piano, and Mrs Either Barrett in a piano recital. in the best IHiftftovcr tradition! iitti .**< '^StTfs t=v^r •" GOODMANS reg eoooHtSi PASSOVER INDIVIDUAttr WAXIO VtatmO I IB t>ACKAC>!'< > iffj MATZOS Wt*x r/'ila.aAtGoodman's square matzos, round tea matzos, egg matzos, matzo meal, macaroons and other choice Passover foods-all produced under the strictest rabbinical supervision.



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Pooe 6-B *Jmist> ffrrrdfiftr Fiidcy. March 3. 19fi MUSIC AND THEATER mm Mian : t e s C1AUDIO ARRAU A MATURE ARTIST of Muni! Symphony ( rcheBtre, Fabian Sovitzkv con • %  26 ..: Miami Beach And. '' • brated Chilean pianist Claudio Arrau The pro n opened with Carl Goldnurks Sapuntala %  iverture. This is lovely played by the orchestra with juat the right A first performance for Florida was the Italian Symphony by Giovanni Solviucci To this reviewer, it was "tall ,ino and fury, signifying nothing." The heroic Death and Trans I ration, by Richard Strauss, brought the orchestra back to normal It played this ever-popular tone poem With spiritual feeling, bringing out ah the exalted and poignant emotions, and subtle!v of harmonic eon Miss Baikin Will Be Named Queen Miss Joan Liberty Baikin will be | panied by William Kaplin and his at the 14th annual, 0 !" "^ !" There will U a buftet dinner and Cuban da.-.ct music, and fi raise Fisher. V Rose. .It ..r. G IstSUb, Abe K. Dave D i n< r Pauline Silbersl Fanny G Harry Keltz, Tulin. Edith Berger, Evelyn i Irwn. on Wikler, Hyi Richter. [orris Harris. Michael Souln will be master oi ceremonies at the entertainment, which will include a program of international folk dancing, and Stanley Rosen-weet will present a group of musical selections, accomMISS JOAN BAIKIN t Claudio Arrau is without doubt among the world's important pianists interpretation of Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor wal-r ejected with the insight that comes when a man has mastered his art Ore admired the clarity and brilliance, the power to share and alter dynamics without loss of rhythmic impetus. Especially lovely was the playing of the gently poetic passages. They suggested a lovel'v feeling, w.thout falling into the sentimental vagaries of some interpreters. Mr Arrau electrified the audience with his sensational performance >i "Todentanz." by Franz Liszt, another first for Florida The audience, fished and thrilled, rose en masse to cheer this great artist. Principally t. Arnoldo Marchesotti. This Sunday event is dedicatee to the raising of funds for ;. Braille music library for all blind musicians in the State of Florida. I ckets are on sale at Dade County Auditorium ar.d the Sertoma Youth Employment Service, FR I 7211. • • • A COACH TO COACH THE COACHED Dear Mrs Albert. More information for the musical guidance of ym,r 13-year -old daughter who wants to become a >inger — but-first let int tell you about an interesting experience. I recently attended a closed rehearsal of an opera production. A young man of about 22 wa.a member of the cast, and I thrilled to the realization that here was a potential musical star of the first magnitude This young man had everything — looks, acting ability, and a big. rich ia.ii beautiful bass voice, which he produced faultlessly. At the end of the performance. I congratulated him and predicted a successful career. Whereupon, be thanked me kindly — but assured u • he bad no intention of becoming a singer, adding that the life of a musician "is too rough." and that he expected to study medicine. Ridiculous? Not at all This young man is very practical, and wants security more than art It is. indeed, "rough" to become a singer. It's a long, hard road, and then is no guarantee at the end that .1 singer will have the chance to practice bis art before the public. Opportunities for experience and a career are very limited. There is only one Metropolitan Opera Company, and every singer in the world wants to be a member To be a concert and opera singer your daughter will find the k'-ewiedge of French German and Italian essential. She will need a veice coach to teach her bow to produce her voice properly, a music oeach to teach her operatic roles, a dramatic coach to put her through t acting paces, another music coach for concert repertoire preparaand a language teacher to check her diction in French. German M l Italian. Your daughter will need all of this, plus voice, looks, stamina, dettrmiralion. and belief in herself. Last, but r.ol by any means least, she will neec" a rich father Sincerely 'Plain Jane 1 Off to Beach Warm Peninsula."' play about a "plain Jane from Milwaukee who look her mother's life insurance money and came to Miami Beach in search of adventure, will be presented by the Miami Beach Senior High School and Band Boosters Club in the school auditorium Sun day at 8 p.m. Maria Robinson, of ch. 7. will be featued ;n the Joe Masteroff comedy drama in the part played by Julie Harris in the Broadway presentation Featured players include Pete Turco Liz Powers. John Fella, Pearl Krchn and Otto Stegemann Proceeds from the play will be used for expenses of the Miami Beach Semor High School Band. Have Chat Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities o eicctly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aloddin, Scheherazade and Rube vet Room?, be it fcr < weddinq or o p'lvote port) tor Inlprmatloni HAZEl AlllSON carte 'NS OIUCTOR JE 1-4061 M. st. a cciiini aw*. Charm Expert To be Speaker Mrs. Loie Oxell will speak on "What Poise and Charm Can Mean I :o the Average Woman" at.a Ten* | pie Sinai Sisterhood meeting on Wednesday evening. Mrs Oxell. a former professional model, owns and operates the Loie's School oj Advanced Modeling in North Miami. An individual poi>e course \wll be given as a prize to a member Mrs Herman Press and Mrs Ben Schwartz will be in charge of refreshments. are at your disposal at tinrtinir For lho-Spri i.il 0< < ,1-inn• BANQUETS •WEDDINGS •LUNCHEONS Arrnjrmcnl> lo Miit >ou run %  nmdr with Adrian. <-all-ring MmMr.tr 3101 So. Ocean Drive Cull Hollywood Beach WAI.a-b 2-4532



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^ Friday. March 3. 1931 *Jenis* Worilfon Page 7-B First nighters take a break between the acts. Mr. and Mrs William Singer '\eH) and daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Richcrd Sone. at the opening Saturday evening of "Martha, the von Flotaw favorite, sponsored by the Miami Opera Ouild a'. Daae County Auditorium, and featuring Roberta Peters, oj Metropolfian Opera fame. Jerusalem Clinic Named After Florida Couple The founder of Cooper City, n new community in the Miami area. aid his wife have lent*their names, o a large, new medical center in he capital ot the State of Israel, ; 'saac Hamlin. director of the Amer ; lean Histadrut (.'enter In Tel Aviv. Israel, who arrived in Miami as I he guest of local Histadrut, anlounced Wednesay. Mr and Mrs. Morris Cooper, who %  ast year visited Israel taw a 70 •oom health center formally dedi: :ated in the heart ot em. The Coopers have ( -::: uited -'80.000 to the clinic on Strauss si 'erusalem, in cooperatioi w ith Kupal H< inn. Israel's ; >rem si medical organization sponsored by His tadrut. Kupat Holim serves 1.400.000 men. women, and children, twothirds of Israel's entire population. Friends of the Coopers have helped finance the clinic, and are now con: tributing funds to equip and furnish i the institution. On their 44th wedding anniver-' sary. the Coopers made their sec-, ; ond visit to Israel. They received congratulations from Ambassador Ogden Reid of the United States and were received by President Itzhak Ben-Zvi and Mrs Ben-Zvi. -Born in Russia and England respectively, Mr. an:i Mrs. Cooper .moved to Florida about 2.) years ago. coming from New Jersej where Mr. Cooper owned a shirt factory. They have four children and eight grandchildren William Faulkner's 'Sanctuary." highly dramatic story of the rebellion of American youth during the 1920's, opens Wednesday at the Carib Miami and Miracle. Lee Remick with Yves Montana 1 above, and 3radford Dillman are featured. Cantor SiSbert Will Officiate Purim Party Sunday Cantor Wflhelra 3 >ert, of ChiHarfenist Brothers, kosher caum will tvraduc Passdvet NT* tew". Wl supervise the kitchen .,,,. will can** er serv ^ ^^ ^ n UM li Lido •) • m Mar. 31 I i ( Apt BCC ird '; :0 Charles Kramer •. ;e< ill I >r TV .,,. r : 'hoi Sisterhood of Congregation Beth ,.. .era comEl will hold a Purim party and v D e • I the trashow Sunday. 7 p.m. tn the Dora ; .. ,.,. s'-rassburg August Memorial Hall. 500 SW 17 ir. have a truly luxurious wedding. %  ntzvah .banket at tde exciting FaMM IkpMI :;-. pricts! Beef-use of JUI I I arc Mr* any I %  Y?l .OU • arj€< Ardr*memb lOfOrtrltfNMWKl :inoe$*fvid WllMMM|' MMMMl Consult is SIOI Call ESTE.LE 'OIAK Co'? "} Vsnajer Seville 10 ra %  -. jEHerson 2-2511 OCEAN.RONT. 29th TO 30.h STREETS. MIAMI BEACM Menasha Skulnik Returns to Grove The outstanding success marked up by Menasha Skulnik during his recent two-week run in "The 49th Cousin" is expected to continue during his extended engagement, opening Tuesday. Mar. 7. at the "Coconut Grove Playhouse. Announced by producer Owen Phillips as "the greatest hit in the history of the theatre, "scarcely a performance was given without a capacity audience. Prompted by 'an "overwhelming demand for tickets," Phillips decided to return Skulnik following the current engagement of Vivian Vance and John Baragrey in "The MarriageGo-Round Coming direct from Broadway, Menasha Skulnik's performance as Isaac Lowe, the domineering father of three daughters, was hailed by critics as a "genius," "shining artist" and "great." Following each of his performances. Skulnik's added bonus was a curtain speech delighting his audiences with the unique brand of comic humor remembered from his earlier days as the "King of the Yiddish Stage." Supporting Skulnik in the role of his eldest daughter, Fanny, is Anna Roman, in real life, his wife .Now appearing at the Playhouse Theatre in the British Colonial Hotel in Nassau. "The 4th Cousin" will return with the cast intact. Tickets for "The 49th Cousin." through Sunday. Mar 12. are now on sale. The "Marriage-Qo-Round," another comedy hit. will playthrough Sunday. Mar. 5. Molly Picon on Variety Screen Molly Picon is currently featur"Mamele" on the screen of the Variety Theatre, 550 Washington ave. On stag< are Max and Reizel Boyzik, with Jacob Jacobs and /. imina, guest artist M -Pic in is known internationally for her "sense of comedy "Mamele" i> considered among her besl roles and best Yiddish films PERLMU TTER Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cooper, on occasion of last trip to Israel, are greeted by President Itzhak Ben-Zvi (right). Looking on .3 Isaac Hamlin, American Histadrut director. .WONDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN ""BALMORAL t0M**\ wt %miwi Elegant, luxurious surroundings, faultless service, exceptional cuisine. Groups of 10 to 600 catered in the royal manner! for menus and information (all: Kurt H ..-ill Caterinq Director UN 6-7792 0-Pr HOTEt • POOl fBALMORAL FREE remcet Par ling CAIANA CLUt SIX ACRfS ON THI OCEAN AT 98th STRUT • MIAMI HACK 'Tfce Prestige Address' Supervised Kosher Catering Available BILL COLORING. Catormi Oii-Ktor PHONIt UN 5-8511 #f*



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Page 8-B .Jm i st ncrHinr Friday. March 3. 1961 BLOW CUT THE CANDLES '•..first at the home of Herb and Lois Ifathei in honor of Lois' m MeU 86th birthday. Then Sam and Ann M >\\ and a!! of ndswei the Algiers hotel for a birthday dinni Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Col Mr Mrs. Louis Gros from the surburbs of Chicago. Everyone raved about the way the Mathe? house hn< been o\'r — it all looks so different. Lois says that sometimes, when ound, Herb has taker, out another wall. The little Japanese garden at the entrance of the house is new, as the 4 handeller in the livinsroom. Herb and Loi* saw this very exciting]< king chandelier made for the Brussels Fair while they were in Fl >r ence. Herb returned to gaze at it longingly, and finally d >cided he had t< ave it for his very own. They waited for months until it arrived. Herb wouldn't lei anyone else touch the thousands of pieces of glass that had to be unpacked. It Ti ::;. i> quite a conversation piece. %  *. %  %  %  WCMA.N OF THE WEEK Congratulations Roz iMrs. Gerald P.) Soltz is one of the most active o-ganizaticn women in this town She waited until the Combined .!< :sh Appeal 'Jewel Luncheon." in which she played a most active part, was over before presenting her husband with an adorable 8 !b. 4 OX. t.. y girl named Alyssa. Bonnie and Howie are pleased with their new l ?r. This was the right time to have a baby — after all th ; membership •I important meetings were over and the installation luncheons did ,not yet begin. Roz graduated from the University of Ia\ana cum laude at the age of 19 Ha' een a language major, she takes advanta hat fact when she and Gerald go on their vaations — generally to Spanish-speaking • ries. They have all sorts of adventures be ond those experienced bv th" usual tourist because of Roz' easy flow of language. Miss Coleman Weds Physician V'ieki Jean Coleman and Dr. Howard M. Adlerberg were married on Thursday. Feb. 23, at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alan G, Coleman. 11331 NT 13 pi No. Miami Beach. Rabbi Benr.o Wullach officiated at the 5 o'clock ceremony, and a reception followed. Matron cf honor was Mrs. Sandra Woi's and the bride'-; --W"T. Cari Sue Coleman. was maid of honor. Fur her gown, the new Mrs. Adlerberg chose char.ti'ly lace of intermission length, with a very full -kirt fall.: { awa; %  Basquefitted waisl i M illoped neckiine an! sh m sle.nc-. Tier>f French i I illusion were nel i by a pea I .• cap trimmed in I ed : with a pea p Sn c ried two orchi Is with phanotis streamers The groom is the sen of Dr. and Mrs. Gustave G. Adlerberg, of Brooklyn. NY Dr. Malcolm H. Weiss Was his best man and Leonard Spielvogel serve i as usher. The former Miss Coleman attended the University of Miami, end her husband Is a graduate of Chicago Medical School, now a general practitioner. After a trip to Nassau, the newlyweds will live at 1851 :••£. 187 3 :.. No. Miami B< B< i W. rnr-Kalin MJTS. HOWARD t. ADltRBtRC MS. ALAN SAV'U iSavitz, Kahn Exchange Vows Algiers a >tel was the lite of the wedding ol Lucille Kahn and Man David SavitZ on Saturday. Feh 29, with dinner and a reception following the T 30 ceremony. Dr Irving Lehrman officiated. The bride is the dau4i"er of Mr and Mrs. Theod r %  • H. Kahn. of 730' San Esteban ave Coral Galbes. In 1952. Roz spent the summer in Israel as She is a graduate of Miami Senior >ne of eight young women in the U.S. on a High School, attends 'he University ladassah scholarship. Her btg desire is to go ( of Miami, and is sweetheart of Phi >ack there with her husband, whom she cng Epsilon Pi nally met at a Junior Hadassah dance. Her At her wedding, she wore a ise to the top positions she holds in Hadassah chapel-length gown of nylon tulle, •nd B'nal B'rith has been just about simulw rr reembroidered aler.con lace aneous. She is the youngest woman in the country to be regional president of a B'nai B'rith Women's District. Jerry, as a clubwoman's husband, has to be understanding. He la aving organizational aftairs to Roz and concentrating on his business, ing. and the children. ROZ and a crown of seed pearls carrying a white bridal Bible with lily -ot the-valley and orchi-iHer sister. Cheryl Kahn. was maid of honor, and the groom's Mster. Mrs Diane E.senberg. was n ,, I matron of honor. Bridesmaids were The qualities that made Roz an excellent legal secretary have also Sharon Prp ^ MarsJla B acker made her an efficient and outstanding community leader, as well as a Gioria Pc JDPr JuJl Ho(Jljr and } i nemaker. QUITE A WING DING WVin.r-Ku in miss Dion OON Sunday was a lovel) day at the home of Ijrrie and Arlene Clasberg Beverly Meltzer. Alan, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Abe Savitz. of Wilkes-Bnr-e. Pa had his brother-in-law. Edward Eisen v l en all of their friends and the friendof their folks, the Georg? Lights berg, for bes* man MrIrving Blasberj, gathered to celebrate the bns of their son Ira Martin. Rabbi Leon Kroni-h expects the time to go quickly because he enr ed the baby in Temple Beth Sholom's religious school Funny but 1I -, most ol the young people stayed outside, eating and drinking, while their elders gathered in>ide. Harry and Davida Levy, Marvin and Barbara, were among the early arrivals. Eddie and Susy Guthmann came hurrying in a little late. Dr. Irving Lehrman came straight from the Homestead Air Force Ba-e and wasn't able to pick up Belle. Dr. Sherman Kaplan and his Mi ry Rose happily talking to Sberm's sister Pauline (Mrs Nat) Sater I and Mrs. Louis Lytton and Dr. and Mrs. Judd Breakstone talking in corner of the large li\ingroom. Sitting on the davenport were the J. nes Chapmans and the Ben Diamonds. AFTERMATH OF A CRUISE Harry and Marilyn Smith met Sen. Bites Kefauver on a cruise last y< r He was in town for a few days, and one of his first stops was at r home of the Harry B. Smiths. With him was his administrative aasil t. : *. Charles Caldwell. and two of his outstanding campaign backer-. f ; • d I^ockert and Sam Taylor. He is a graduate <>f the business -chool of the Univeralt) t Miami, is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi so-1 cial fraternity, and will en'er th.' IS Army as a second lietutenanl in June. After a Caribbean cruise, the >oung couple will be at home at 81 Edgewater dr. Coral Gables. Schwartz-Barf Bock Reviewed "The Last of the Just." by Andre Schwarz-Bart, will be reviewed by .; ibbi i.e.in Kroniah of Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday, 10:30 i ii in the Temple auditorium. On Wednesday. Apr 12. Rabbi Kronish will review "The Minister of Death—Story of Adolph EichDons Reveal Dedee's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Don Fine Tree dr have announce engagement of their dan I> lee, t<> Alan .1. Cohen, son and Mrs. Samuel Cohen. 2JW mmgo dr Miss i>"'i graduated from M ij Beach High School and atti the I'niversi'.y of Illinois, who was a member of Delta Phi Ion. She also attended th. varsity of Miami. Mr. Cohen graduated fron Citadel, and has served as an officer in the IS Army. He la prei ently associated in an executive capacity with Miami Beach Km ciated Hotel.-. Miss Don's father is owner of th* Edward Don Hotel and Re.-taunni Supply Co.. with offices in Chi cago. Philidelphia. Milwaukee and Miami. The groom-to-be's father iowner of Deauville. Sherry Frontenac, <;i-jhlanca. Crown and other K> i Iin Miami Beach. A May wedding is planned mann." by Quentin Reynolds Tinwill conclude the current book review series sponsored by the TempleSisterhood Mrs. Harvej E Kramer 1president Proceeds from the project goto the Beth Sholom religi.mschool subsidy fund. Mrs Ales Robbins is chairman of th viewMt. Sinai Garden Club Show Theme of a recent flower show of the Mt. Sinai Ga-den Club was "We're Making HeadlineEntered in the editorial" class was an arrangement by Mrs. Anthony Lane, entitle! "Kennedy Asks Aid for the Aged The arrangement featured an Marilyn was glad that she had had a wedding rehear.-al party for e,derl >' wpl*. the man reading the' V.brother, because there were some frozen hor^ d'oeuvres in the ap s PPer. hiwife knitting, .. r iterator, and on the spur of the moment whipped up an excellent wh '! e com; ortable cat at her feel Mrs. Lestp r Stepner is nresident of the Mt Sinai Garden Club. %  mpaniment to the drinks The next day Marilyn took them all to the track. Included in their r tv were Mr. and Mrs. Nobel Caudill — he's vice president of Genscoe. SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY Claire (Mrs Arthur) Rosichan always manages to surround herself v h beautiful things in her home and at her job. She was with the Wad < gton Art Galleries in Montreal before they moved to Miami Now she i with Craftsmen's Village Don't worry about Art. She can toss off a w< nderful dinner with a mere flip of her hand. CO-OP PARTY It was time for all the co-owners of the Mediterrean apts to get <-ther and have their annual cocktail buffet. No business talk was i -wed Everyone helped Mrs Jack Eckstein, who was m command of the affair Morton and Myrtle Greenwood, one of the first occupants of he building — Mort watched every nail that was hammered — greeted ntweomcra Mr and Mrs Harold France, the Paul Browns, and the Lee oys. A calypso band helped put everybody into a gay mood. Nev. same time, same place, same fun for Elegance in your home EDWARD'S INTERIOR ASSOCIATES 1821 E. Fourth Avenue Hialeah, Fla, OR APIS SUKOVIRS ffOSPtfAOS CARPtTINC retaliations & Estimates FREE TU 8-0265 CONCERT & RECITAL THE DRAMATIC SOPRANO ROSE ROSAMOND "IOIK SONGS Of MANY IANOS" Accoinpanjt MINN'E REFSKIN PANO RE^ITA'. Bv ESTHER BARRETT Sponsored by Emm* l*trut Club* SUNDAY, MAR. 5, 8 P.M. 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Friday, March 3, 1961 +Jewisti ThridHan Page 9-B BETH David Sisterhood sponsor" < %  %  '• .1 theatre party at Coconut Grow Playhouse for its presentatioo of Menasha Skulnik in '•The 4S:h Cousin Party chairman, Mrs. Lou Seitlin, looked smart in a gold silk sheath with an interesting open neckline. Mrs Herschcl Rosenthal chose black silk pennte tor the evening. Her sheath had a high Empire waistline emphasized with a flat bcw. The neckline was a deep V. and the dress was covered i p with the three-quarter Ueeves. Visiting from Omaha. Nehr.. was Mrs Max Steinberg. Her choice was also black—a tailOred rill jacket dress with tabbed buttons down the front and an Italian neckline on the jacket Her sheath featured a -lashed bateau neckline. MiWilliam Blatt wore a turquoist ;nd sold brocade sheath. With a short hip length peplum and a rounded neckline Mrs Morru Cohen was in black velvet and ; r.e d'esprit. Her sheath was of the velvet with the effect ol a l at over it. but only with sleeve and lull in the back into a mod,ned swallow tail effect The } nte d'esprit was very effective in the full three-quarter lanti •• sleeves ( i ating her husband's birthday was Mrs. Jay Mellow in a black eyelette gown. It had a high square neckline in front and dipped :o a very low V in back. The wiistline was slightly dropped, and her skirt was a bouffant. Visiting from Chicago to help celebrate the birthday was Mis Mi'lly Mellow. She wore a coat diess in navy silk with a muted red polka dot. Mrs, .tack Minor chose a black silk shantung sheath with a deep Spfojliring in F.'ffuli I and Bn1 : silk taffeta. Brocaded silk • ij in gold and silver was the ch i ce ot Mrs. Mark glass. Mrs. William Kline wore a white linen I >ath with a floral applique of green iri I gold cascading down i: n the shoulder 'o the hem line. Her dress was a Tur Zell Original. Black silk alpaca was the choice of Mrs. Milton Wasman. Her theatre suit was worn with a white lace blouse of imported Clooney lace. Happy to do their part in pushing the campaiqn total past the SI million mark are Mrs. Milton Sirkin (left) and Mrs. Aaron Farr, shown turning in women's pledges and checks to CJA chairman Joseph M. Lipton. Annual Sponsor Members Party Annual sponsors members party ot" the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will take place Thursday noon, at the Algiers hotel. Mrs Tobias Sussman, life trustee, of 9348 Byron ave Surfside. Miami School Sets Purim Ball Miami Hebrew Congregation's TV Personalities Scheduled Alec Gibson and Bill Bayer, both ol" television fame, will appear at a meeting of the Town and Country Clubbers on Sunday evening at 16th annual Purim }all will be held Beth Torah Congregation. Gibson. Sunday night at ? oose Hail, 2744 pioneer television personality on VV. Flagler st, the Miami scene, will review the Charles Merick's orchestra will highlights of his local career, and play for dancing and the show Bayer, a correspondent and news which will feature David and director at ch. 10, will recall some of his experiences on the air. Goodwill Unit mi". P artv a8ain to8t an I Cites Dade Woman Amora, Latin dancers; Charles Carlylc. comedian; and Ray Berman. singer. Committee for the ball includes Irving Jacobson. chairman. Harrv Hart. Jack Stone. William C. Cootner. Mack Libman. Sam Schulwolf, Mrs. Sol Silverm Auxiliary! The title of "Goodwill Woman of and Mesdames Samuel S.lverman, president, will give the address tne Year was conferred on Mrs. William Weintraub. David Meltzer, of welcome. Mrs. Jack Entine Jame > A. Morgan, immediate past Robert Scheitzer, Nat Coul'.on, life trustee, and donor of one of 'President of the Dade County Fe,i Harry Hart. Milton Weiner. Esther the S5 000 rooms a' Douglas Gareration of Women's Clubs, at the Solomon and Anne Gordon. dens, "will give the invocation. annu;i1 luncheon last week of Good. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be i W l Industries. | tobef guest speaker. Mrs. Morgan received a framed Goodwill Industries, a non-profit Mrs. Louis MakOVSky, program j scroll by James A Ryder, retiring organization, offers employment and training to handicapped persons. MRS. TOIMS SUSSMAH chairman, will introduce Mrs. Emil i president. Morton, former Vienna opera star, who will present a repertoire of songs. Arne Barnctt, orchestra leader at the Algiers hotel, will supply the musical background. Invitation is by joining the sponsor membership. Reservations must be made with Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum, membership secretary, or Mrs. Sussman. Israeli Novelist Arrives in U. S. By Special Report NEW YORK—Yael Dayan. 22year old Israeli novelist, arrived ''in this week to commence a nationwide speaking tour on behalf ot the United Jewish Appeal. The author ol two best-sellmi; i i M novels, New Face in the Mirror and "Envy the Frightened." Miss Dayan won instant interna tional acclaim on the publication of her first book s Fmeit Prtpa atcry acnooi JUNIOR AND | ADELPHI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL .Accelerated Diploma Courses. After 1 School-Help-Classes in AM Subjects (intensive Coaching lor College Entr Exams See Yellow Pg. 635. Ph Bk 500-526 NE 79th St \r BiSC. Blvd ,PL 7-7623 Free Brochure /'V The daughter of Gen. Moshe Dayan. former Chief of Staff of t.he Israel Defense Forces, and tormer Minister of Agriculture, Miss Dayan is a veteran of the Israel Army. She visited Miami early in 1960. 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Pcce 10-B *• #OM# f FkuritHfiF Friday. March 3, 1961 Weksier Throws Hat in Ring for Coral Gabies City Commission Race Apr. 11 %  nard B v. library building, improved roads • anand street lightin nnnnrj*.) l^Jjt, u *4L^iu SJl r:C Ui"Coral G 1 not inly be cate for a Citj Commission vacanknown as the city beautiful," WekCl on Apr. '1 -ler stated, 'but it should also be Weksier 1ea:r>^aign:r.g as an '.;no\vn as and eventually achieve independent candidate "and as a the reputa >n and distinction of champion • >f being the cultural and intellectual ;ood. Sir -. :icenter of the Scuth." Wek-ier a \\ tcatea the str tag enforcement of the present zoning regulati ns \: Weka suggestion, the City C immi tsion rec< nl j w '•• I the r v • eati in a % %  is >ry b tard and lb The i Luenga ave %  and their two I itei R nni Joy. !4 is a Leon r Hig and Maria June. 9. is a student at Sunset Elementary. MtKNAKD WtXSltR S wee-Touch-Nee Still a Favorite To many of us. particularly wh< grew up in tea-drinking homes. where the preparation >njoymi i of this delicioua was ton ething in the nature • Fa mil) ritual, there is %  fond1\ remembered object tl t sti! tin capacity to r\ >kI lalgia: a little re I -t. perhaps no more inches lonj;. that used to I the cei Per of the table who: >a : me n lied around This was the little red tii treas ui. chest of Swee ton 1 ea In :er its lid was i: wealth "f fragrance tlflooded tht room with the [i ep -c. ::t of choice tea leaves wo ev< r it was opened 'inis was %  standard item : > household that pri l< I si ving a good glass ol U a rare thine, these da; make tea the old-fashioned way, steeping the haves in a teapot. But that same rich full-bodied tea. that .< %  fine, fragrant, hearty-flavor ed Swee touch-nee blend, now ,*\ .1 abl< in the modern tea baj Is Still a family favorite with peop'e who appreciate a real good cup of tea. The exclusive Swee-touch nee blend ha.not changed since the good old days -ST. meat. "He spearheaded tkifl to th< muni< i] is •educti for all of < ... %  the < iscrimi i The Candida:* made Ma first ?-oeainrce before fhe Coral Gables City Commission in July, \f5i, wrten he urged the commission t o reinstate Tommy Elcunt to his previous status as head of the Tax Assessor Department. Weksier believes "that an elected official must be 3 man of courage, a man of iudgm .1 man of %  o H rving both -he good and the publk interest Weksier N blea nee Is impr e I u nal ties I is. a Emanu-E! Will Elect Officers Weksier was born and raised in Chicago, and attended the public schools thre. He was a Chicago All-City and Illinois AllState High School basketball player, and was awarded a basketball scholarship to DePaul University. Weksier graduated from DePaul in 1942 with a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in accounting, and then served in the Air Force during World War II. I'pon return from overseas ser.., • ant I Hint U a commandant of a prisoner of war camp, he reentered DePaul as a law student He graduated from law school with a Juris I1 ol irate in 1948, and after a Imissi in t i the Illinois Bar. he eventual. \ moved to D3de COtUV Mrs. Jean Emil made this bust of Henrietta Szold. founder cf Hadassah and international Youth Aliyah movement, which. educates and rehabilitates displaced children the world over. With her is Mr*. Lillian Perlman, fund-raising coordinator for the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah, and Mrs. Bernard Berklev. Youth Alivah chairman. New of the bo •> He %  '-' th prac Emanu I lM : ••* %  :: '; F londa m "•"•" %  ni-annual I dance S daj e\ ening at I itel. Higl presentation, by the : : the religious M Great Robbery at h The plaj. a ritten at by ber. 1950. and has practiced law: since His law ifflcea are in Miami Weksier IS a member of the Mahi shrine Temple, Scottish Rite Tem.:. i is i2n i Degree Mason He is a delegate to the Senior CitTrixie Levin and Charles Bender, izens Divi.-ion of the Dade was presented at the Purlra program last week Ming re pea'.ed by request L'ouHty Welfare Planning Council, an. a member of the executive board of the Jewish Family andChildren's Service He is founder and past president of the Biltmore Men's Gulf Assn and a founder and director ot the Granada Men's Golf Assn Religious school of Miramar. He was a vice president and carJewish Community Organization nival chairman of the South Side Miramar Pupils Mark Holiday Prt-Regislralion Scheduled Coral Way Jewish Center pre : school tots were to offer a Purim plaj Thursday at the Center Pre-1 registration at the school is scheduled Mar. 8 and 9 at 12:30 p.m. i Mrs Nat Cynamon is director. held its first annual Purim Festival on Sunday at the Henry D. Perry Junior High School in Miramar. Children of the religious school Elementary School PTA. and is a member of the PTA of Ponce de Leon and Sunset Schools. He was chairman and vice president of the Miami YMHA for two years The Mayor of Surfside Irving Schulman proclaims "Home for the Aged Week" prior to the bazaar sponsored by the Junior Auxiliary of the Home Saturday evening and Sunday at the Fontainebleau hotel. Discussing the event with Mayor Schulman are Mrs. Louis Cole, president; Mrs. Benjamin Schick. vice president of fund-raising; and Mrs. Milton Levinsohn. bazaar committee member. Featured were 15 booths of merchandise and an auction of some 100 itmes. Bazaar also included an art exhibit by Reyna Youngerman and Bernice Mittel. were costumed, and a Queen Es[ Wekslers are members of Kings ther and King Ahasuerus were | Bay Country Club, chosen There were game booths, He ani his family are members prizes and luncheon was served. of Temple Beth Am. Gulf stream Opens With New Glamor While Gulfstream's new clubhouse addition will add another glamor pot to the South Florida area when it is thrown open on Mar. 4. those w:'h an interest in hacking their choices and collee ing on winning tickets may find the change architecturally of more import than the olorful decoration of the place When Gu!; bream's, management, heade:' by the father-son combination of James Donn and bla son. James Donn. Jr., decided to enlarge the club ar.i revamp it. one of their first to hts was to provide the easiest ::-.ss;ble flow of traffic within the confines >t the structure. Previously, the secnd and third floors of the e'.ubheuse had presented bottlenecks because of lack rf depth in rhe club, Mjtuel windows in tt-ese areas were located in one lona Ibis so that patrons seeking to cash had to work thrcuflh the lire^ o* buyers and vice versa. All that has been eliminated now. Island type betting dnd ca% % %  ing windoware to be found on the second floor, and again in the Tard club area on the third floor In the Turf Club, shifting of I i i Turf Club Bar and enlargement the restaurant, known as the TJ I Terrace, also has given more for patrons moving to and their boxes and -eatAll through the clubhouse. Urn various divisions <>i the mutuel plant will be in an attract!* %  bination of Donn orchid. M nut partitions and other cetl fixtures Berkov/itz Boy Scout Troop and Cub Scout Pack 5C3 of Beth El Congregation was honored at Friday evening services in tribute to National Bey Scout Week. Front row (left to right) are Mark Spool, Larry Lipner, Sheldon Suskauer. Larry Kuczynski. Philip Spool. Second row tleft to right) are Jack Mermelstein. Paul Rozynes Mark Green, Jason Hartman, Jerrold Foster. Mark Glantz. Rear (left to right* are Alex Kovac Ronald Rumack, assistant Scout Master. Joseph H. Sadick. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Adam Benjamin, Alex Delpino. Robert Deller. Steven Rosynes. Max Corndorf. Not shown are Curtis Bernstein, Stanley Glicksman, Carey Glantz, Ira Rosenblatt, Simon Rosenblatt, Ira 03ter, Steven Plotkin. Steven Levey. Harry Berman. Joel Heyman, Scout Master. Milton Spool. Joseph Rotenberg, Annette Leavit:, Richard Spool, and Lewis Foster. firm in New Quarters Louis Baida. owner-manager of Louis Balds Spec inces urecent an ve 11 I irg< r q lartera || 1590 NK 2 % %  a Miami The firm was form a it 922 \'F. 1 ave and ipecializej In will advertising specialties, and 1 guts The company habeen a member of the Dade County Chamber of Omaiervj since t.-3bi & ended Yeslm %  T ichera College, ol Boston, i I Isaac Elchanan Theological Set nary, of Yeehiva University, a i he was ordained. He is a men >f the Greater Miami Rabbiti Assn Mrs Shoter. the former D" Keuseh Ol W Miami, haUenry M F!agl-r I mentary School for the to*! t.jr years She is a graduate of University of Miamt.



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Fiidccy, March 3. 1961 Jmfoll Meridian Page 11-B 1 i } JFCS Elects 96 Members to Agency; Hears White House Conference Report Jewish Family and Children's Servjfif met last week to elect 9<5 -ecent delegate to the World ; -t Congress in Jerusalem, will :es: speaker at a weekly meetof the Miami Beach Luncheon ( b on Wednesday Jacob C. F -hman is chairman The club meet at 12:is p.m in the Ter1 • room of the Ritz Plaza hotel. .' geph Alter, veteran Zionist lead1 n if the Southeast region and Monument Unit Elects Palmer At a recent meeting of ihe Ala1. :n.i, Florida and Georgia Divi,)i the Monunien: Builders of America. Sidney 11 Palmer was c acted a director from this area i two-year term Palmer, owner oi the Miami r.lor.urr.ent Company, is a long-time Miamian. He is a pasores (I Shoiem Lodge of B'nai B'rith 1 i. of Temple Zamora \ob r is 1 member oi the ghti of Pythias Elks M em Stars, Consisl rj 5 rine. He David Congregi Con^ni.ti n Beth El Presently, he is serving in his nd four year term as a membei Of -he State Welfare Board. or. a member of the board of | \ co-treasurer it the Miami Beach District, and Pr William S'ander. %  ncmber 0: the board of directors >t the district, will be honored. A current news report will be given by Dr Abraham Wolfson. and community singing has also been planned. • • Broward Zionists Broward County District of the Zionist Organization of America, which includes Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale. will present its annual "citation of honor" this year to Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. in recognition of her "outstanding work for Israel and world Jewry." The award will be made at a special community meeting Mar IS at the Temple Beth El Auditorium in Hollywood, acording to Jacob Harrison, program cha.rman. and Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. president Guest speaker will be one of the leaders Of th American-Christian Palestine Committee, who has recently returned from a special tour of the Middle East A special musical program is also being arranged for the occasion. Siegel quoted former Secretary of Health. Welfare, and Education Fleming as urging the 2.400 official delegates and 600 guests at the con ference to provide leadership in carrying out the decisions reached :here "" He said that Sen. MtXamara. oi [ the Senate Subcommittee on the! Aging, cautioned against the prob .ems oi the aged becoming s< "commonplace" that they are con ^idered "usual" and beyond the .c, • for solution. In another presentation. Korach. it the architectural firm here oi Smith and Korach. reported on the housing sessions for the aged. which surveyed aspects of senioi itizens who attempt to live mde dently, in homes for the aged ir within the community in low.ncome settlements or "golden age •enters See. 202 of the FHA. concerning ; itself with federal assistance tc lousing for the aged, Korach de clared, came in for a good deal 01 j llscussion and criticism. Men tioned. in addition, were recomi nicnda;ions designed to alleviate real taxes for oldsters and methods | of supplying physical aids for tht aged in housing projects geared foi their needs. Mrs. Fassler discussed the goals of senior citizens, including "living as long as possible until the advan tages of death outweigh the bur dens of life;" protection from ex posure to physical hazards of liv ing; participation in the genera! social order; Ihe ability to with raw from life honorably, among others. "The problems of the aged," she said, "seem much more uniform than proposed solutions for them." Charging that "ours is a materialistic society," Mrs. Fassler added that the conference spotlighted the problems of those aged "who haven't achieved affluence and who have thus become second class citizens." The JFCS program was arranged by Maxwell Fassler. assistant director of the agency, who served as JFC interim director until Fisher's arrival here some two weeks ago. WQAM Gets Top Fund Award Here For their 100 percent effort in the 1961 United Fund campaign in Greater Miami. Radio Station WQAM has, been awarded a special plaque signifying the United Fund "Outstanding Citizenship" award WQAM was one of 15 firms that received the award, with more than 3.000 firms being eligible.. Reguirements for the award are that 70 percent of the firms employees give a minimum of one hour's earnings per month and, in addition. 90 percent of all employees must have made a contribution to the I'nited Fund. Jack Sandier, vice president and general manager of WQAM. accepted in behalf of his staff from Arthur Cracker. United Fund campaign chairman tor 1961. S/DNtr PAlMfff =, Mamschewili Named firm FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. flecfricol Contractors RES CENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE PAUL FOSTER, prtsMtal A.R CONDITIONING a"d ADEQUATE WIRING 22*4 W. FU6LII $T. Ml 8-2671 Nichto. Sundays 4 Holidays D*l HI 3-0922 Bern iscl i v.'.z. president of the B Mai ischewiti Company. announced todaj the appointment of a new distributor in Tampa as exclusive distributor of all B. Manischewiu food product! in the west ,.,-• oi Florida Southern Food Distributors, 4435 North Lauber Way. Tampa Fl under the supervision oi Louis Teresl. manager, will service Mi ifdiewiti fur Tarn.,,. s: Petersburg and the west coast RENT A CAR '•c;: SO P*< *** ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 v. .*SlER ST pV FR 3-0765 fOK BITTER HEALTH VISIT THE MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Physicol Tkeropy Body Conditioning Gencrol Diagnosis and X Roy Celonic Irrigations Cabinets and Massage Ultra Senic Therapy 7235 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE PI 7-72M .re BESI FOR lISS LEE AUTO TRIM SHOP CUSTOM MADE SPORT TOPS & SEAT COVERS EE ES" (MATES D'm-t CWa Cred't Cords Accepted IEEE PARKING 2550 N.W. 36th Street NE 5-0522 Richard Zinn, who will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Mar. 4. the day of nationwide celebration of Israel's Bar Mitzvah at the Fontainebleau hotel, pins 13-year-old Bonnie Cypen, chosen by the Israel Bond Organization as "Miss Israel." The celebration Saturday evening will mark the launching in the United States and Canada of the drive to sell $80,000,000 in Israel Bonds in 1961. The two younq people will be at the head of the welcoming committee, representing the Jewish community of Greater Miami, which is set to greet Abba Eban. Israel's Minister of Education, and Mrs. Eban on their arrival in Miami for the Bar Mitzvah celebration. Bonnie is the daughter of Judge and Mrs. Irvinq Cypen. of 320 W. Di Lido dr.. and Richard is the son of Mr. and Mis. Harold Zinn. of 4530 N. Meridian ave. Beth Torah Sets Carnival Sunday Beth Torah Congregation will have a Purim Carnival on Sunday starting at 1 p.m. Ceremonies will be highlighted with a costume parade and the crowning of a king and queen, followed by holiday games. The day's program will be climaxed with an outdoor barbecue under the auspices of the religious school PTA. Mrs Sam Lob is president. Mr.-. Ewald Ziffcr is chairman. To Serve You is Our Pleasure Ed. J. Vischi Reel Estate in All its Branches 13486 N.E. 7th AVENUE Pnona PI 4-4661 WINDOW SPECIALISTS SERVICE WERE FKC. D OH" Maintenance Inc. 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AMD ROBERT STRASS3URG CHOIR Will Conduct the Passover Seders at the Di Lido Hotel MARCH 31 APRIL 1 Strictly Kosher Catering By Harfemst Tickets are Available at HARFENIST RESTAURANT 1381 Washington Avenue JE 8-2055 JE 8-2058 wwi s o m iwiifw i• %  > %  Pearly Gait %  by Hal Pearl asaasanaaaam.-mmi':. iTHE DINING SCENE: With Passover holidays drawing near, the j area abounds with outstanding hotels, restaurants and caterers special i izing in dinners for that period. The owners of Harfemst restaurant, which will have too holiday fare, also are handling the Passover facilities at the Carillon and Di Lido. Singer Jan Pearce, of the Met Opera, will be featured at the Carillon Seder. Also taking reservations for Passover are the Lombardy. Abe Gef'er's Cromwell, and the Royal Palm among the kosher hotel dining rooms. Sand Ell Caterers are handling 1he Passover holiday dinner arrangements at Temple Mehorah Michel's in Normandy Isle is taking resrvations for Passover, as is Katz's Paradise Restaurant. Riviera Kosher Caterers and restaurant in Coral Gables is fcaturing complete take-out kosher Passover dinners. The Riviera Room of that popular restaurant, will be the scene of a reception and dinner on Saturday night honoring the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Oltchick. son of Mr md Mrs. Sam Oltchick. NIGHT CLUBBING: Frank Sinatra is back in La Ronde at the Fontainebleau, ..nil it's SRO every night, both shows. The king of modern vocalists was never in better voice or happier mood. Showmanship has alwi ys been his forte, whether on stage or screen, and it glows more brilliantly than ever in his present engagement. If there have ever been more mirthful proceedings in this town, we doubt it. because the combination of Joe E. Lewis and Frances Faye at 'he Bdeil Roc Pompeii room is hitting a new high in hilarity. Among the local groups to enjoy Diosa Costello's "Crazy with the Heat" revue at the Saxony recently have been B'nai B'rith. Maitre d' Velez is in charge of party groups there, and can work out dinner arrangements to any club's advantage. Peoe Miller, who performed with Diosa in "Havana Mardi Gras," has joined her all-new Saxony show. Charlie Farrell keeps rolling along on a tide of song and funmaking it 'he Balmoral. He's one of the all-time top entertainment favorites in this locality. Al Goldman, the Fu Manchu boss, has been greeting hosts of night club stars at his 71st st. oasis of Cantonese delights, among them recently. Sophie Tucker. Don Rickles. and Diosa Costello. Something new in night club entertainment is "Caught in the Act." starring Jack de Leon. Terry Haven. Joe Ross. Jerry Newby. Anne Jone.. and Linda Lavin. "Caught in the Act" can be caught in the Downstairs room of the Seville hotel, on the oceanfront at 29th st. Show times are 9 and 11 p.m., and 1 a.m. n jnjjfXji\j-i*tj'*L-n*L. Glazed Bits Bv Barney (Jlazer HOLLYWOOD—A sudden surge ot reader reaction disagrees with my Oscar prediction that Ernest Gold's "Exodus" will win it for the best store, and "Never on Sunday" will take the best song honors. These readers favor Dimitri Tiomkin's 'Alamo" for the hist score Oscar. They're placing chips on Tiomkin's and Paul Francis Webster's "The Green Leaves of Summer' in the be-i -ong category Oddly enough, both Krnest Gold and Dimitri Tiomkin are half Jewish A letter from a reader says he hopes it isn't true that Efrem Zimbalist. jr., is converting to Catholicism. Obviously, my reader mistakenly believes that Efrem is Jewish. He is Protestant Episcopalian, and his children are being raised in the same faith. It is true. Efrem advises me. that he actually began instructions Iast veer to convert to Catholicism but decided to discontinue. Cliiers to ABC-TV's newscaster Ray Ii win for his fearless exposure of Nazi hate publications, which he feels can be knocked off with open publicity, not silence as we've been Doing until now Abe Schiller, executive vice pr< -;• dent of the Flamingo hotel, I/>s Vegas, appeared at the Hialeah race track in Florida dressed in the hotel's traditional color theme —pink. Abe wore a pink 10-gallon hat. pink outfit, and pink boots, but he couldn't find a pink horse, and he tried. Don't be surprised if Gogi Grant sm^s a full evening of Yiddish songs at the Metropolitan Opera in New York ... At a recent kibitz banquet. Jeff Chandler was The Royal Hungarian ">va \ B !"!" £ Reservations for Passover Holidays Now Being Acceded 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401 OPEN DAILY from 4 to • a.m. "THE ARISTOCRAT OF KOSHER RESTAURANTS" CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Ah-Cond. 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She'd be a natural If Rosalind comes through conj vincingly, I'll be the first to apol<>um\ Real reason why Roz got : the nod over Gertrude is that Roz can make the movie turnstiles click. The fans will pay to see her. regardless of the vehicle. Dave Barry, one of our top comedians, was very funny in his Cocoanut Grove stand, viz: "My wife is on a diet. She takes pills to paralyze her mouth'' "Everybody thinks I'm related to Gene Barry, the television star His name is Weinstein and mine is Segal" ... "I went to Israel recently to help raise money for the I'nited States" "In Israel, the kids paint Mogen Davids on Volkswagens" "Israel airlines use an old grandma hostess who walks around saying: 'Eat it! I made it myself." Sidney Miller, one of Hollvwood's most beloved and respected directors, points with personal pride to his wonderful fafher. Carl, who used to be the personal tailor for dozens of famous film stars Now blind, "Pop" Miller was loved by all Hollywood ... 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Friday, March 3. 1961 vJewisli flkrSdffrn Page 19-B They Rate Highest in UM Aptitude Examination D By ISRAEL GROVE Staff Writer .Rabbi Alexander & Gross, : prin>. paJ of the. Hebrew Academy of i rial T Nf.aaii, declares in an rtrclt in a' recent issue of "The ftMMl Parent" that he was more th;-t). skeptical when it was sugge-tcri to him 13 years ago that there was a great opportunity to start a day school, a "Mokom Torah," in Miami Beach. His first impression of the glittering and glamorous hotel tronts dui little to allay these misgivings. However, a quick survey of the community and a meeting with a group of men concerned with a school from which would grow a Torah community, convinced him that here was one of the cities In the United States ready for a lay school. The men behind the movement incliu ed Dr. David S Andron, Sam Reinhard, Aaron S. Lauer, [Dr. ltwin H' Makovsky and the (late Samuel M. Grundwerg and | Rabbi Jacob L. Anc'ron. The idea, having been conceived ar.d agreed upon, still lacked the practical means of aalization Missing were a building location, a:td, perhaps, most Important of all. children. Now, from the comparitive maturity of !h • Bar Muzvah year. Rabbi Gross recalls that "it was jlifficr.lt to :-.-v;nce Miami Beach Barents to enroll their children .Wider th.' i'\:stmj conditions." Aitci mui'i knocking on doors, ing bells, pleading and beg:, a concentrated drive for btu.'.ents n.'tvi 19 "kin eruartcner-. '• the I Y.M11A building used, anl the new educaternl venture was born. AFTER 13 YEARS — A PLANT. reached 80 students, and a new grade each year straight through Junior High School was added until the capacity of 350 students was reached In Rabbi Gross' view, from its inception, the policy of the Academy has been to put the quality of the teacher above all. adhering to the belief that the teacher establishes t b e standards of a school. Recently, an educational survey was made by the Reading Clinic. University of Miami, with the cooperation cf administration and teaching staff of the Hebrew Academy. The Standford Achievement Test was given to children in the Acuemy, grades four through nine, in paragraph reading, word meaning, spelling, language, arithmetic reasoning, arithmetic computation, social studies, science and study skills. T.ie general intelligence of the 3-Team Race For Championship Mu. ner Ear International World Series Doubles Championship at the Dania Jai-Alal Palace became a threecam race with the completion of the seventh and next to last game of the series, five teams having been eliminated. Brothers Careaga and Carea, better than a-win-a-night pace Reto. probably the most improved player on the roster, is seven wins behind, but is playing so well that he may overtake Egurbi yet. In the National Singles Championship, Egurbi leads, with Vergara second and Ignacio third. The race is still very tight, as a result representing the Philippines, hold a five-point edge over Spain's j of the performances by Alex, three Egurbi and Marcel, and a six-point i wins off the pace. Laca and Bari. The organisation grew rapidly. bul „ c over I:aly s Vcrgara and Ig .! — Children war? enrolled tor the nat ,j 0 % %  BWMSi The Diamond Doubles Stakes, the "Kentucky Derby of Jai-Alai," starts two days after the International World Series ends. Powerful Egurbi is still eating up the opposition i n the "Most Six months after the Academy' Games Won" title race. The talvas founde I ••• total enrollment ented front courtcr is playing at a ung school year, and a new building was purchased, the Methodist hi-ise of worship on Sixth st.. and Jefferson ave. The program s? about synthesizing American a • Hebrew learning. 'Wi KKIIKOVITTS n an J Pe^ervations MIAMI BEACH: UN 6-7761 ON THE OC 63rd STRUT,'MIAMI MACK ([ Lunch and Dinner Served Daily (ANDLFL5GHT INN In The Heart o Coconut Grove Banquet Facilities Cocktail lounga Henry Leitson. Mar PASSOVER SEDERS HARFENIST RESTAURANT 1381 Washington Ave. Miami Beach JE 8-2C58 MARCH 31 -APRIL 1 PROMINENT CANTOR W:LL OFFICIATE •n (ONDiTtoin P HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT ^^^ KOSHER CATERERS from fcon d'oeuvr.s to > complete bun m CMONP PR %  V**' %  irt^-*-*a-iS5Si OPBl HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS HOTEL RESERVATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER HOLIDAYS Reservations: Oil JE 1-7381 On the Ocean • Collins Ave. Off %  > Rd., Miami Beach i n entire school ranges from an I. Q. of 83 to 133. with an average of 115, and from the Intelligence test data, at least three fourths of the childreo^ice supai^or ^n general learning ability. About 25 percent of the entire school falls In the normal group, some 25 percent have good potential high school ability, and 75 percent with application, should be able to do college work. From a study of the test, the school as a whole is shown to be definitely above the national standard in the country in all subjects. In relationship of achievement and intelligence, the students are working fairly close to their mental ability. Taken grace by grade, the tests reveal some startling facts. In grade 4 children are 1.2 grades above the national standard in reading and spelling and 2.3 grades above in language. The range of intelligence is 85-133. with an average of 109. About 50 percent are superior in general intelligence, and the class is working fairly close to their ability. In grades five and six. the percentage above the national standing is not much different in reading, spelling, and language, than it is in grade four, but the class average is considerably higher. and the classes are slightly above mental expectation.. In grace seven, there is a jump to 2.5 grades above the national standard in reading, slightly more than 1.0 grade in spelling, 4.2 grades ia. langnage. 2.5 ia arithnu'tie reasoning apd^jEimdainenta'ls. %  Tht*''average for all subjectis 2.5 jzrades. with 8u percent of the children superior in general learning ability as measured by the intelligence tests. In grade eight, there is again an increase with 3 2 grades above the national standard in reading and 3.8 in language; although in grade nine, there is a slight drop in all gra> es. However, the I. Q. for the classes is 115 and 119, which i< definitely superior, and the actual achievement level is 10.2 and 11.5, which is nearly a grade higher. Now, when the Hebrew Day School has become a vital and fast-growing educational form in American Judaism, the Hebrew Academj. with severe growing pains behind it. is looking forward to further expansion and growth. Construction of a $1,000,000 building en Pine Tree dr., and 24 st.. on Miami Beach will contain 23 large classrooms, a student assembly hall to hold fro;n 500 to 700 students, a huge cafeteria, kitchen, locker rooms, school and business u ministration offices for its permanent staff of 2* teachers and music room, arts and crafts room, library and chape!. ATTENTiON STEAK LOVERS! "RONNIE" Your favorite chef for so many years in Miami is now serving at a new location. — CHARCOAL BROILED Prime Sirloin — Filet Mignon Prime Rib of B?ef BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHES from 85 c 809 STEAK HOUSE and COCKTAIL LOUNGE 809 S.W. 8th ST. (On the Trail) Completely Air Conditioned Ample Free Parking PHONE FR 4-1885 TRSTC HOTEL DINING ROOM NOW opfv Serving Daily from 5 P.M. %  •729 COLLINS AVENUE PHOf j c *ferson 8-6109 JE 1-6' 51 C'-< (j --A S09 .-:-..! |g, J



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Page U-B fJenisi 1 Fkrijr&r Friday. March 3. 1931 ~ "Look, Brodsky, it Mini your kid opparcnHy doem'f know Hie meaning of Hie word 'Skolom'!" BfNNfT MAffC Yeshiva Univ. Jubilee Marked Over 200 persons attended -i dinner at the Sterling hotel • rues day to hear Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of Yeshiva University. The dinner was one of \ ier I•> ol Israeli Paintings Now on View At Emanu-EI Some 100 paintings and graphics by renowned Israeli artists opened on exhibition at the Jewish Museum of Temple Emanu-EI on Sunday. The exhibit will be free to the public for one month. The art works include such fa mous painters as Matus. Melitta, Mokady. Okshi. Mane-Katz. and Janco. They are frcm the collect tion of the Jerusalem Art Center., whose director [| Mils Yurka Mann. Scheduled in conjunction with the exhibit is a series of lectures and guided tours. The first will be on Monday, featuring Prof. Jerry Friedman, of the University of Miami art department, and Miss Mann, before students of a UM Greek-letter honorary. on Mar 15, Mi Mann will ( %  •.. rail "Kite <>i the Artist and \r m Israel" before .i combined meet'ii BC Reformed si-' i ol Greater Miami at Temple Beth Sholon The current exhibition c imes from the Atlan'a Museum which has just acquired "View of ACTS l)> Oehkl, making five Israeli paintings in the museum's COUl turn The art ork> were flown bere from Israel by El AJ Air Lines Mrs Jennie Grossinger bai been named honorary chairman of a women's committee in behalf of (hi exhibit Mrs Anna Brenner Mayers is co-chairman. Diamond Jubilee -vents ^ held rid the oati in '.'..>ear in celebration of the unit ... 75th jcadamic year Dr. Belkin highlighted his adIrees by declaring that human knowledge mu-t include a fourth dimension, the study of man's %  thical and spiritual values, in order to be meaningful." Dr Belkin said that "the fourth dimension is a science of living, and gives hu; man existence a moral reason for being." Other speakers were Max J. Etra, chairman of Yeshiva University's board of trustees, and Rabbi Herscnel Schachter, spiritual leader of Moshelu Jewish | Center, the Bronx, N. Y. A total of $101,400 was contributed to the university at the dinner. A special feature of the event was the presentation of medallions lo 'Ambassadors.' persons who contribute SI.000 a year to the university Among these were Benjamin Casser, Jacob c Cohen, Mrs. lennie Dressner. Abraham M Eltil, Max .1 Etna, Mr. and Mrs Morn.-. Falk, Mrs Samuel Fassler. Mayer Frankel, Sol Furst, Mrs Herman Geller Louis Gordoa, Max Gobrow And lire Jennie Grossinger, Mrs \nna Mer/t. -id. William Horowitz, Samuel Kaplan. Jacob A Klein, Hyman Krivoff, Daniel A 1. Max Leveoson, Abraham S Levey, erbaum Foundation, Abraham 1 Mutter, Mrs Evi Bzura Miller. iabriel N< usta l< r Nathan Peri itein, Mr and Mrs. Leon l\ I •k\ [van Salomon. Mrs M.ir> ScMeifer, Schreiber Foundation, Harry Scbumer Hi ryN Schwartz, Airs. Sarah Striar. Mr. and Mrs Samuel Toxin, Maurice Tempelsnan. A F Wechslei, and Joseph Wolin.sk> Rabbi Irving Lehrman examines "Simchas Torah." by Matus, Israeli artists who recently passed away, now on exhibit among some 100 other paintings and graphics at Temple Emanu-EI. Miss Yurka Mann, director of the Jerusalem Art Center, looks on. Ar* > •AIM. jfFFtrr J3ar ^/Hitzvalt As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a 3ar or 6as A,*.iTzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973. Miami 1, F!a., o-ie month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and p jce of the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded fo you courtesy of Bleckstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. Robert Byer Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs Jack H. Byer. 2131 SW 24th ter will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning. Mar 4. a: Miami Hebrew Congregation, with Rabbi Abraham Levitan officiating Robert is an eighth grade student at Shenindoah Junior High and is a member of the school band Mis I :>ie< are science and aircraft modeling Kiddush in his honor will follow services • • • Steven Seidman Saturday morning services, Mar. 4. at Temple Zion will include the liar Mitzvah of Steven, son of Mr. ind Mrs. Benjamin Seidman with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Steven is an eighth gra.ie honor student at Riviera Junior High and a member of the Khoury League baseball team. His parents will host the Kiddush following services. • • • Da vie" El man Rabbi Morris A. Skop will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of David, son of Mrs. Frances El man, on Saturday morning. Mar. 4. at Temple .Kill,-a David has been a member of the Hebrew school for three years, and allowing his Bar Mitzvah will enter the confirmation department. He is a student at Ponce de Leon lunior High, and in the eighth .trade Mrs. Elman will host the Kiddush in her son's honor • • • Richard Cohan Bar Mitzvah of Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs Howard Cohan. 6811 SW 4th st Miami, will be celebrated Saturday morning. Mar 4. at Congregation Beth El. with Rabbi Soloman Schiff officiating Richard 1a seventh grade stulent at Kinloch Park Junior High • • • Richard Zinn Temple Beth Sholom will be the ;ite of the Bar Mitzvah of Richard. son of Mr and Mn Harold Zinn, 1530 N Meridian ave Satinnoming, Mar 4. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Richard is a student n 'he Beth SI 'lorn confirmation class %  5722 • • • Judith Minti Friday evening services, Mar 3. it Congregation Vehudah Moshe A ill Include the Bas Mitzvah ol Fudy, daughter ol Mr and MM Raymond Mints. Rabbi Sheldon M. Steinmetz will officiate and pre-ent Judy with a certificate of accomplishment and a Bible Judy is a seventh grade student at North Miami Junior High, and bjm been attending Popiel religious school for five years Mr. Minlz la currently president ol the Men's Club, and Mrs. Mint/ is a former congregation PTA president. They will aponsor an Oneg Shabbat in Popiel Hall foltitled. "Israeli Revue lowing services • • Topping the talent-packed cast is Laurence Huber Carol Dunn, wtio recently was unRabbi Leon Kronish will officiate dersttldjr to famed Mme Renata at the Bar Mitzvah of Laurence. Tobaldi when she sang here at the son of Mr. and Mrs A. Victor HuMiami Beach Auditorium ber, 5700 Alton rd.. on Saturday morning. Mar. 4, at Temple Beth Other performers in the original Sholora. '* ,ow ar Leon Schachter. who also Laurence is a student in the directed it. Gitel Stem. Al Winters Beth Sholom confirmation class of and many more. 5722. KtCHAtO LAUKINCI MfNtr DAVID fftfDEfflCir aostffr Israeli Revue Due at Cinema Tribute will be paid to Israel on I i'h birhday by the Cinema lire this week The salute will be in the form of a stage show I student at Nautilus Junior High. A luncheon in his honor a t v new social hall will follow se-v ices • • • Paul L. Rosynes i Bar Mitzvah of Paul L.. son o* Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rosynes, 6n SW 16th ave.. will be celebr'at-i Saturday morning. Mar. *4. afcV gregation Beth El. with Rabbi Solomon Schiff officiating. Paul is a student at Beth El Hebrew school, and attends seventh grade at Ada Merritt Junior Hig.i where he is on the Dean's List. He plays saxophone in the school baal • • Mark Tytell Beth David Congregation will b> the lite of the Bar Mitzvah of M u Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs, Bet Tytell. 1310 SW 20 st.. on S day morning. Mar. 4. with Rabc Norman Shapiro officiating Mark is an eighth grade Student at Shenandoah Junior H attends the religious school of Be1 David. He is a member Junior Choir Cantor's Club. His parents will host the Ki I ::i his honor following services. Marc Hechtman Marc Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs Daniel Hechtman. will be Bar M. vah Saturday morning. Mar. 4. al Southwest Jewish Center, v, \ Rabbi Maurice Klein officiating. Marc attends West Miami JunioHigh and plays in the school ban I He is a representative to the Stu dent Council and plans to major in science. He will become a member of the United Synagogue Youth • • • Jeffrey Norwood Rabbi Nathan Zwitman officiated at the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Norwood, o 1 Saturday. Feb. 18. at Temple Tif ereth Israel. Jeffrey was also awarded th.; Ner Tamid. Boy Scouts God and Country award. Mayor Henry Milander of Hia leah attended the services. Jeffrey is well-known in the Miami area as an accomplished pianist. • Clifford and Mitchell Weinstein Cliftord and Mitchell, twin %  1 1 of Mr and Mrs David Weinstem w.ll celebrate their Bar Mttivab during Saturday morning aervic Mar 4. a; Teruple Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving lehrman will officiate Clifford and Mitchell are iei lei la It Nautilus Ju: Hi ten,I Temple Em -v liool. Frederick Brooks ng sen ice*, M 4 \ %  V an will of Frederick Dane ton 0 Mr Mra In ing Brooks H 5 •' %  A %  si auber officiating lerick is in the at North Miami Junioi ia a member of the Little n ibbies are sports, mua iii Electing. \ reception in his honor wil held at his home. 92J Nrl 172 No Miami Beach, on Sundae h 2 ta5 p.m. • • Bonnet Marvin Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Benne', son of Mr and Mrs Reuben Levi Saturday morning. Mar 4. a Beth Torah Congregation. Bennet is a seventh grade student at North Miami Beach Junto; High and is completing his fitt 1 year in Hebrew at Beth Torah. His parents will tender the KiJdush in his honor. The screen hit is "The Jewish Melody"—"Yiddisher Nigen." starring Chaim Tauber and Esther Henry Jacobson Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs Sancai/man' ford Jacobson. 325 88th st.. Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah Satur-1 The Cinema Theatre has broken day morning. Mar. 4, at Temple all records for attendance in the Menorah with Rabbi Mayer Abram-.past two months, since the incepowitz officiating. [ tion of Ua two-for-the-price-of-one Henry is a graduate of the rei policy—all--star stage shows, with ligious school and now attends He foremost Yiddish theatre artists, brew High School He is also a and top motion pictures. Emma Lazarus Affair Sunday Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'nth Women will hold its second annual "Queen for a Day" affair on Sunday. 4 to 7 p.m.. at the Elks Club. The function will include dinner, dancing, entertainment, and life music by the Miami Federation of Musicians. A complete outfit wili be given as a grand prize Proceeds are for the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children and Israel



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Page 1S-B VtVlTIK .-..-• ... .. son, Al. %  i %  %  .... mi sisli r %  wen P< .• R If • L; s -ASS v %  %  • ...* %  %  t -EGAL NOTICE MAX R VAVtMAN 62 '•-'.'. ; N %  \ V • %  • : .. M • ; I 1 1 ~ %  %  • • ll. R siii. M< %  NOTICE UNDER CTIT OJS NAME LAW REST aiVEN li • Irtng 11 • %  tioUH I -.: I 'Til >N in -l\ S. %  %  .• with %  ; e 1*1 %  ; of I lade %  I RATH 'N RI'MFF %  %  .i K %  • Now Hampshire Sen. and Mrs. Styles Bridges out-of-town guests (standing left to right) Massa(Matod left) were guests of honor at a recent chusetts Assistant Attorney General and Mrs. dinner at the Eden Roc hotel hosted by Miami Daniel P. Kiley, and Mr. and Mrs. Laslow SomBtach residents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oritt mers, of Washinaton. D.C. The Oritts and ( %  •ated right). Also in the party were Miamian Bridges are longtime personal friends. Mr*. Thomas Carney (seated far right) and Dr. Andron Takes Over N J. Hotel Dr. David S. Andron. noted hotelman and commual leader, announced this week the acquistion of the Hollywood hotel, the famed Jersey coast resort located in West End. N. J. Dr. Andron will open the hotel for the forthcoming ?..--< vtr holidays commencing Mar. 31. and will 'operate it as an all-year-round retort. In a bmchure r ["he Magic of a New Appr ach." he outlines ncvel and -rce.al f including '"unco: [convention!," a •'cluli p'.an." "celebration weekend.a many ether vacation deas which Dr Andron has irUrc. conduct of his hotels. In Miami Beach, Dr. Andron hasowned, and operated, among cth#r hotel*, the / anac, Senator, Tawara, Ocean Grande, Ocean Spray, Pierre, Albion, and Prince Michael. He has alto conducted) and operated hotels in New York end Pennsylvania. Until recently, he also operated Andron* Loon Lake hotel in the Adirondack Mountains, N. Y. Dr. Andron is past president of the Miami Beach Zionist Organi-i ration, treasurer of the Florida [ Zionist Council, and national co-; chairman of the ZOA convention of IMS. He is the founder and honorary life president of the Hebrew Academy of Miami Beach. He has served as vice president of the Bureau of Jewish Education and founder and officer of a number of aynagogues, philanthropic organizations and communal institutions in the Greater Miami com-' munity. For many years, he was vice president of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners Assn. The Hollywood hotel, attractively furnished and decorated, offers' an Olympic swimming pool, night club, gardens and sun-decks, play > rooms, the Shell Room. Mermaid j Bar, and other recreational facillilies. MRS. "'ESSIE SCLOVON %  • i .. i j. she 1111 i hi • yean ago from Net* York KIII i %  resentatlvt i ; tinVel %  .. n VII. un!.•• %  %  wi IK. • • ad woi led Ith Hilewlsh v.'.n Veterana for ::.'• yean and was i • tldeni Surviving .i 11 hei hut • %  an I, Han j a son, 8< mi.in: |\M brother*: a sister and two grandchildren Miami's Murray Solomon Poet 11 Jewish War Veterana was named in honor of a late son Services were Feb. :• %  In Gordon Funeral Horn. H. JERAULD FRANK 4, of 2;'ol S\V 1'4 ter., died Feb. 23. He Came here six years ajro from Chicago and was a retired Clothing salesman. Surviving are his wife, Mildred: a son, Arthur; a daughter, a brother, three sisters, including Mrs. Min Colton, and five grandchl'dren. Services were Feb. £6 In Got don Funeral Home. SAMUEL GOLDBERG fi!'. of 13105 IXOra it.. No. Miami, died Feb. 23. He came here nine yeai-s ago from Dotrrit anil was a retired patent development engineer. He was a Mason. Suiviving anhis wile. Fannie. and a ton, Roj Services wan Pitt :.; in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy Is'. NATHAN GREENFIELD 81, of 7"; UaH dr No. Bay Village, He came 1 er 16 n ret In %  • rn He w memhi ..•...• M twi daughters, y %  %  i M THE C RCw.T COUST OF TH: THJlC C A !_ CIRCUIT. IN AND FCR SADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C 1987 •AM RE1 SAN1 •::!.. sometin n h: .. :.\ \ SAN I 'Ely, I '• • ndani NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'I' 1 MRS REBECC \ .\\l >l-:i. I .'Hi— known as MRS. REG1NA SAN DEL i o ."ti inberg I .".111 mpton Avenue Bri n\. N. w York TOU, REBECCA SANDEU sometimes known as REOINA SANDKI,. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been flfVil against you, and you ure required t" serve a copy of your Answer or Pleadinc to the Bill of Complaint on tV plaintiff's attorney. IRVING NATHANSON, 1674 Meridian Avenue, Ml%  "" Beaoh, Horlda. and file the Original on or before the 3rd day of April, 18*1. If you fail to do so. Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief d< nianded in the Bill ..f Complain) !< NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, Ihis :'Jth day of February. E B WEATHERMAN, Clerh of 1 • •'..:: I..i.l, County, Klori la lea* i r WM W STOCKING '.... ... •-. .. k IRVIN \ HANSON Atti • • • ••• Plaint •• %  i i ..-.. nue %  '•• i %  "• T-'.'t "Going Away" party recently honored Dr. Israel Brodie, Chief Rabbi of Great Britain, at the Lombardy hotel. Stcndinq (left to right) are Ivan Salomon and Moms Sugerman, charter members of Beth Israel Congregation; Sam Schwartz, of New York and Miami Beach; Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, spiritual leader of Beth Israel, host synagogue during Dr. Brodie's stay; and Harry N. Schwartz, synagogue charter member. Seated are Rabbi A. S. Rosenberg, rabbinic administrator of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, who made a special trip from New York for t he occasion; and Dr. Brodie. KCPPEL Hi • %  %  • • %  Phi Sig Alum Meeting Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami were to hold a monthly meeting Thursday evening, 8:15 p.m., at the home of MFC Ben Saul, 30 NW 186 ter. Yeshiva Debate Group Dae Here Yeshiva University'.* debating society will meet at Temple Ner Tamid under the sponsorship of the Men's Club on Sunday evening. Topic will he "Reolved-That the Electoral College be Abolished," With Tobias Simon and Maurice L. Za'retsky, Temple members, arguing for the affirmative. Yeshiva University students are taking both the negative and affirmative positions during their tour, which will include 25 colleges anft-imlversltres from 'the west coast to New England. Yeshiva University comprises 17 schools and divisions located at six teaching centers in New York City. One of the representatives of the debating team will speak on "The Value of Day School Education" at Friday evening services at Temple Ner Tamid. $350,000 Gift Will Be Told Here Maurice Le\in, of Miami Beach and South Orange. N. J anc G?orge Levin, of South Grange. Thursday morning were to announce a $350,000 gift to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem fcr •he construction of a new physic? teaching building. The vital structure in Israel's first and largest university will be named the Maurice and George Levin Physics Teaching bldg. Its importance is evident from the paramount role which Hebrew University physicists are playing in atomic energy research and other significant fields of scientific siuiy. Maurice Levin, who Wit to attend a Thursday broakfasr at tlsa Fontainablaau hotel, hosted by Louis H. Boyar, of Los Ang*t*s, has visited Israel several times in connection with his profound interest in the country's development. Both Levin brothors are outstanding leaders of the Jewish community in Essex County, N. J. They are widely known throughout the country for their leadership in the United Jewish Appea] and State of Israel Bonds. AUGUST BROS R YI .^ is the BEST' Realty Broker Dies at Age 53 Mitchell Shapo, 53. c: 1600 SW '. 17th ave died Feb. 25. A native %  of Key West, he came from Phila! delphia 16 years ago. having lived 1 here befcre returning tcPhiladel: phia. He was a real estate broker. ; president of the Greater Miami I Jewish Cemetery Assn a member of the Southwell Real Estate Broker.Assn and the board o* directors of Beth David Congrega ; ticn. He was a past vice president of the Men's Club of Beth David Congregation. Surviving are his wife, Norma. j two sons. Marshall and Ronald; a I brother and three sisters. Services were Feb. 27 in Gordon Fu: neral Home. SAM CLARK 01, ,.; 540 W HO al V % %  I • %  l>. %  '' %  < %  TM. I* He fi.mf h. re 7 i r* "f from Banker, Mr. and was u rel %  %  donceaalenaife. Surviving ar> h!a wife Miiry. ea<£. dli-il Fel>.'S6. He c*trm h. i ;.'r.irs afro from New York City am' u.is JI retired hoti'l owjier. Surviving la his wife.'Anne. Bervlcea wen b New York with I{|v< rside Memorial Chapel In charge Joonald: two --.:•Mr.-.ir.i Gordon nnd Mra. Clara Hi and 1 %  %  • brothers, Including Joseph Services wen Feb. :• In Rlvei ld< M< moi I i Chapt'. louglat rd. LOU S MEYERS 75 f 2775 W Dkeechi bi. rd., Hlaleah, died Feb. : i Hcame here 20 ago from I • • n it and was a in nt. t .i thi Miami showmen's Assn., HT'II the Elks Lodgi Surviving are his wife Jean A., tv/o sons, H bro'her, :• sinter i foui grandchildren. Services wen Fel .' In Gordon Fun. %  :,. )!. %  • NOT :E BV PUBLCATICN s -E RCl -C5JRTOF7HE E = S -~-OCALCIRCi'TOF PT.CP ?•. 4\D FOR C-OE ::-•-%  -.CHANCE^6"C 1985 S" FOR C'VOPC E %  • l-.ili lor I nvorci and > ..!•. ]. : Insw-i %  %  Bill of i 'omi la nl %  •„ • • MI. .in. -.. Bl'RNETT Road, Miami %  and fii. I'.. rlftlaal ead ng in the offlci • I the i tircull Coui i on or das of April. 1961. If %  judgment by default • %  again8l you for th. pert th< l llll of Complaint. • I %  • shall %  published once each %  •>.. foi four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN DONE VNI> i iRDERED al Miami, • 28th day of Fil.ruarv. Ah F I L.EATHERMAN, Clork, ull %  %  in. 1 >ad< County, Plot Ida R II RICE, JR.. iiy Clerk Rl'RNETT R< -Til 420 l. n • li Rd Miami Beach, Fla A.H ,-r %  y for ] laintiff 3 :i-li.-lT--Jl ABRAHAM UNGER MO Jeff en n ava Miami Beach He Cl rn ht-rf 11 \ • ..• igo •: S;n Iving are '-.la wif< %  I %  • %  ii ami Dr. i aer .....'•• Mi %  • '-'. • ilr.-n: ind tw. -•. %  %  %  %  :, .%  %  were Fel -.. SAMUEL 2ACHARIA if 22S ; :-• No M iml • ..-;-..•' hei • sev< ,: ; N • .%  v %  r i • i. wai Mi sh< %  %  are his i fi Sarah; twi laugl ten 5t< faass Mra. 1 soni Inoludlng Murraj I I I thei Ihrei %  nd six gri • Service wer> Pel -• ••.---• : %  •.. • %  rial C)la^.^l VAX SCMULL %  %  M W( -• av< Ml m r-ea< h. p e l j %  | e hen yean •iro fr m New Tori S :i vln| ••..:•• %  %  tei Services %  • • :.:. norial CJ LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR-OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. M024-C IN RF: Estate i.f M:NN:E c MALMUTJ I'. ceaai ii NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pefaona Havinar Claims or Den-., ndl Against Said i Btati You are heft bj r.i : Mad and required to 1'ivsi nt any <'laim.s arid denianiK which you may hav agalnat the estate nf MINNIE C V-A!,Mri> VlePMSrd laTe at Da Florida, to the coun•> ii.i>.-i.of Da %  • County, i.nd file the same ffici n th* i unty ..:••: • CAuntj Fll within < m the date of th< first r th< brfrri HBRRERT S MAL.MUTJ %  IBM ER •:•.. \I;T A RUSAEL.L. •\:T. I ns 511 Li 0 lildlag la NOTICE UNDER g CTITIOUS NAME LAW NCI HEREBY GIVEN that leading to engage ii ndei the fictitious name of : •' -v '. • %  RAFF at rM20 N.E r.'th Miami Beach, Fla., Inter said nami ith th.thi "lr< .at Court of Da'd • %  .1 WASSKHMAN j 3/3-101 7 -1 •vCTICE OF WAREe-OLSEMANS SALE N • ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th .t Chapter 678 of Florida Stai %  inm lat. d 1 1 8 ll >. Wareand Wai • house Reci Ipi E-R.B VAN LINKS. INC i bj v Irtue of lt^ • n lias In its possi salon the 1 i ad property: \~ the property ol Mi Mn David Franklin Daytona Heach. and thi household (roods of Mrs ;:...:. :.IM s.w. isi-ih AteMil I %  : .. anil the household Celeste Benjamin, 7"L' •NW. 2nd AVerrOe, Miami. F1H ; and that i • • 25th da) of March, r.'Gi. %  ..I hours of sal., malnlj i forenoon ami 2:00 In l the aftern ion, a: 2i!Wi N.W. 24ih w, nu< Mian i. Florida, the undersigned [Shall offei fi r sale to the hlfheal Udin: Wl cash lb hand the, above de.-.. i. ii pruierty, aa the property of Mr and Mn David Fnmkiin. trz aven Project, Daytona Beach, Fla.: and the household (roods of Mrs •Herthh 1. Mullihla, .".40 S.W. 39th Ave-.: %  Miami. Fia.; and the household of Mr.CelesU Benjamin, TO! N W 2nd Avenue, Miami. Fla. Dated at M'.ami, Florida, this 1st d.i, • Manh. 19*1. ACE-R.B. VAN LINES. INC. 3/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FtCTITtOUS NAME LAW Nii'i ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thit iderslgbed, deslrlnc to engags In %  ... ,.r.dei ih. fictitious nam. of PARTMENT8 at I P Miami Roach. Fla.. Int< • ti register said nan • with • %  a i ull Court ol Dads %  %  T VI-IIRP. orp. %  i rwnsr FRANK r FREEMAN ant 309.-' Ig,



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^Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 9
-i
Miami, Florida. Friday. March 3. 1961
Two Sections Price 20
arman Will Join Eban at Bond Inaugural
Bar Mitzvah Anniversary
To be Feted as Campaign
For $80 Million Opens
0.S., CAMADJANS ASSIST ... 8-A; WOMEN'S DIVISION ... IB
Two historic milestones in the life of the State of Israel will be
celebrated this weekend as the 1961 inaugural conference for Israel
Bonds meets at the Fontainebleau hotel.
More than 2,000 delegates from the United States and Canada have
gathered here to usher in the observance of the 13th or Bar Mitzvah
anniversary of the State of Israel
and the tenth anniversary of the
founding of the Israel Bond cam-
paign.
The weekend conference will .;
provide a dramatic occasion for
paying tribute to the people of
Israel who will be represented
by Abba Eban, Israel's Minister
of Education, and his wife, both
of whom have won worldwide
recognition as Israel's foremost
ambassadors of good will and
friendship.
AVKAHAM Ht**AH
... joins the fun
Deny Kennedy to Defer
Israel-Arab Peace Efforts
POLICIES DUE FOR CHArtOE?.,. PACE 11 A
Morocco Kings Death
Panics Jews as Doubt
Spreads About Future
JTABy D;rect Teletype Wire
PARISThe Paris daily. France Soir. reported Tuesday that Moroc-
can Jews were frightened by the possibility that the sudden death Sun
day of King Mohammed V might affect them adversely.
The paper declared that the 200,000 Jews and the 200.000 French-
i men living in Morocco had realized since Morocco attained ir.Jepender.ee
~+.hat it was the late king who as-
sured stability within the country
and who protected their safety.
Some of them, including the
Jews and French Christians, wen
reported as now fearing that his
death might lead to internal fric-
tion and troubles which might
: adversely affect their status.
IN GREETING TO )Nf ASSEMBLY ... FAGl S-A
A procession of several hundred
WASHINGTONi JTA)High Administration sources this week de-! Casablanca Jews led by rabbis
nied a report that President Kennedy had decided to "defer" White j wearing prayer shawls over their
AMA MAN
in Miami
Israel Ambassador Avraham Har-
man is expected to arrive here this
weekend to take part in the festive
banquet Saturday night.
.____ ..______,..,.__ .,..,. These sources, close to Mr. Kennedy, said the reports were spread
Scores ot pre-conference events _. ~ .. ,, ,
in the Miami area have mobilized bv a State Department faction se-king to placate the United Arab
-ncouraging response to the Bar Republic at a time when other elt *-----------------------------------------------
?Mitzvah campaign for Israel Bonds nients W1,mn lhe Department have far had ro opportunity to act on
with $1,300 being the special honor ,03t Patience with Nasser's support rht Arab-Israel situation because
category for delegates who will ot pro-Communist forces in the Con- ^ mofe pressing cruci,| sjtya
House efforts for Arab-Israel peace
participate in the two major events
of the conferencethe Israeli-Ital-
ian fashion show and lunch of the
Women's Division at noon Friday,
and the Israel Bar Mitzvah cele-
bration and dinner Saturday eve-
ning.
Under the hard-driving leader-
Continued on Page 12-A
go and elsewhere in Africa.
The White House has positively
made no decision to abandon the
objective of Arab-Israel peace,
and Mr. Kennedy's position re-
mains precisely as stated last
August, sources said. They point-
ed out that the President has so
Liberal Bloc
Offer Noted
OUTLOOK PM...MCE le-A
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIVThe formation of a
national "liberal bloc" of non-So-j
cialist parties of the General Zion-
ists, the Progressive Party, and the j
Herut was proposed Monday night j
by Menahem Beigin. leader of the ,
Herut party, at a central commit-
tee mee g. JERUSALEM(JTAVThe Israel Ministry of Justice received this
An earlier decision of the Pro- wgek ^ $1 ooo.ooO.OOO claim against Adolf Eichmann. Nazi war criminal!
gressives to create such a bloc witn ^^ directed the killing of 6.000.000 Jews in Europe, whose trial is to i Zionist Orgar
the General Zionists specuican> ^^ ^ ^ Aprj[ Thg daim wa_. addressed t0 the Jerusalem : stated Sunday
tions involving the Congo, Cuba,
Laos, delicate diplomacy with
the USSR, and the missile gap
problem as well as the domestic
recession issue.
While the Big Powers are maneu-
I vering at the United Nations on the
I alignment of Afro-Asian forces on
I the Congo crisis, allegations were i anti-Jewish legislation.
heads filed through the city's
streets Tuesday in mourning for
King Mohammed V.
Jews in synagogues throughout
Morocco and in public processions
in other cities chanted the tradi-
tional prayer for the dead in mourn-
ing for the king who died on the
operating table Sunday.
Several hundred Jews assembled
at the walls of the palace in Rabat
to say prayers.
The late king's liberal attitude
dates back to 1942. when he refused
to countersign decrees by the pro-
Nazi Vichy regime introducing
gressives to create such a bloc with
the General Zionists s
excluded the Herut party.
A special committee of the two
parties is now at work on the pro-
posal, and the Horut resolution
was legorded as a formal bid
to be included in the new polit-
ical alignment.
Sponsors of the idea hoped to
present a candidates' list at the
next election, which came closer to
Continued on Page 2-A
Families of Eichmann Victims
Ask $1 Billion in Reparations
open
Criminal Court and was submitted by Dr. M. Ostrowski. noted
international law expert, on behalff
of the widows and orphans of those
murdered in Poland by the Nazis.
Eichmann's defense attorney. Dr.
Robert Servatius, planned mean-
while to leave for West Germany
again in a new bid to obtain financ-
Polish
precedents for such payments for
the defense of Nazis charged with
crimes outside of Germany. The
attorney also said that if West
Germany provides such aid. he
would refund the $20,000 Israel has
ing of defense costs from the West j agreed to pay him, part of which
German Government. The Co-1
lo^ne attorney contends there are j Continued on Page 9-A
spread and "planted." sources said,
without Mr. Kennedy's knowledge
or authority, that the White House
was abandoning plans to promote
Arab-Israel peace. Sources famil-
iar with the weekend developments
characterized it as a "short-sighted"
attempt by some State Department
elements to propagandize Nasser.
President Max Bressler. of the
nization of America,
at a Jewish National
Fund assembly here that "we still
cherish" President Kennedy's
promise to work toward an early
Arab-Israel peace. "We realize
full well that President Nasser is
exercising his influence in Asia and
in Africa not only against Israel
but against the United States, as
has been amply demonstrated by
his role in the Congo." Bressler
Continued on Page 3 A
W. Germany Fears Mounting Results of Trial
JTABy Direct teletype Wire
West German political leaders!
i about the possible impact of the I
BONNPolitical sources reported | findin(,s 0f tne trial on West Ger-
Tuesday that the West German manv's position in the Western,
Parliament, acting before the open- family of nations. They were re-
ing of the trial on Apr. 11 of Nazi|ported fearful that "old wounds-
mass murderer Adolf Eichmann in
Jerusalem, will pass a joint resolu-
tion condemning the crimes com
mitted by Eichmann and his aides German people.
The plan for the resolution, it
was reported, reflected concern of
would be reopened, and that world
opinion would react to the trial
revelations by
condemning the
Reports have been circulating
in Berlin that the East German
regime will mark the opening of
the trial with publication of a
new list of persons involved in
the Naxi regime who are now in
the West German administration
diplomatic service and judiciary.
The list, it was reported, will be
published in many languages, in-
cluding those of Asian and Afri-
can countries.
In a related development, the
i eighth of a series of 14 programs on
the Third Reich. "The SS State,"
was telecast on the West German
] television network. The series was
I produced by the Stuttgart and
j Cologne broadcasting stations. The
140-minute film on the SS depicted
j the terror exercised against the
churches and the political foes of
Continued on Page 16 A
During the Nazi years, the Moroc-
can ruler fought with determination
Marshall Petain's decision to Intro-
duce yellow stars for Jews in the
North African protectorate.
UAR Preparing
For Total War,
Gen. Tsur Says
BEERSHEBA(JTA)Gen. Zvi
Tsur. Israel Chief of Staff, warned
at a public meeting here this week
that the United Arab Republic was
! spending enormous sums to build
' its military machine for a total
war on Israel.
He added that while UAR le3d-
I ers were running into difficulties
in that effort, there was not the
slightest doubt that they were
making progress toward their goal.
ile added that while Israel was
still "one step ahead." it will have
to work hard to maintain that ad-
vantage which he described as a
qualitative one.
Addressing an audience in
Damascus, President Nasser of
the United Arab Republic said:
"The day of reckoning is draw-
Continued on Page S-A


Page 2-A
> k n i si ffkrMxn
Friday. March 3 'J
Liberal Bloc Offered as Election Sen
Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, presents the Herbert H. Lehman Medal
to U.S. Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg (right) at special
convocation ceremonies Monday at Temple Emanu-El. Prof.
Abraham Heschel, of the Seminary, gave the second annual
Samuel Friedland Lecture at the convocation. (See "During
the Week ... As I See It." Page 4-A.)
Continued from Page 1-A
realitj Tuesday, when Prime Min
listr.Pen-GjtciPO.nflUlwd%''"' ......
Ben Z\ i he was unable to form a
new government and thai his Mapai
party ..- recommending new sen
eral electi ins
Meanwhile, the Mapai pi
which has nol yel recuperal
the crisis of the La* on affair and
ii> consequences, w as face I w
ew crisis follow in i warning
given bj Premier Ben-i
ne v genei lions ar
icM. as si enw Ukerj now, he w ill
lem-and \ eto pi wer over the comp-
el of ihe list ol candidates
uhuh the Mapai will put up. in or-
ter I" make certain thai Pinhas
i.avon. whom he ousted from Hi-
:idrut leadership, is not included
among the candidate-
In making this declaration at a
meeting of the secretarial of the
Mapai party. (Jen-Gorton .-aid he IS
not prepared to appear on the same
, list of candidates with I.avon How
ever, he promised not to interfere
otherwise with the formation of the
list of Mapai candidates.
The announcement by Ben-
Gurien came at a shock even to
some members of the Mapai sec-
retariat, who supported him in
the fight with Lavon. Should Ben-
Gurion succeed in forcing a par-
ty majority not to include La-
von in the list of candidates, it
may create an intra-party crisfs
far greater than the origiral La-
von crisis, seme of his supporters
fear.
id lai atui'i
i. iv.n en the MftfMi
new elections
after the part) i y reject
the idea ol ivern-
u Prime Min-
ts binte i in the
,. .. aftet v al ReH rious
fpartj tun : lown his,
a small coal :; ii,/i*H
.icclion was ',.',
tion app, ,:;
Mapai secretar ::.
istrrs and .-
Israel -r. **
Hebrew Univ. Sets National Confab Here
More than 200 top Jewish leaders
from throughout the United States
are participating in the firs; na-
tional conference of the American
Friendi of the Hebrew University
ever held in the South
A reception Sundaj afternoon at
the Pontainebleau hotel, from I
until 7 30 r m w ill climex the
four-da) con I \ w hicfa v* j< ;
get under way Thursday morning
at the hotel with a breakfast host-
e I by Lous H Borar ani featuring
addresses by Julian B. Venezky
an I Samuel Rothberfl
s iday's reception will feature
rsonal message from Dr. Ber-
nar! Casi er dean ol students ol
the fiebr n L'niversit) f Jerusa-
lem Dee i -peak
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Friday night at the Sterling hotel
and Saturday morning at Temple
Menorah.
"The Highest Commandment,"
new, 15-mir.ute color film of the
university and of Israel, will re-
ceive its world premiere during
Sunday's meeting. It will feature
a narration by mot-on picture
star Melvyn Douglas.
The story the Hebrew
University's still-unfinished central
campus al Gi" il Ram, a Ji
lem suburb The Hun moves t<>
the barren wastes of the v
: southern deeri n
where much oi the Hebrew Univer-
sity's research is put to practical
use
Famed geologist Yaacot Bentor
and his studies Ol rock formations
are depicted as he and bis students
travel to Timna. site of King Solo
men's mines, where science has
revived the ancient copper indu.N
try Also observed is the new
ceramic* industry.

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Jewisi Fkridian
Page 3-A
Israel Bond Manager Leaves for Philly;
To be Feted at Reception Sunday
ftOMIS SIPSER
Attorney General
Names Miamian
A Miami attorney has been
named a apecial assistant attorney
general by- Richard W Krvin. at-
torney general ol the State of
FJorida.
He is-Martin Budniek. whose ot-
fjces are at 509 Ainsley bidg..
Miami.
Budniek graduated from the Uni-
versity Of Florida in 1953. with a
BSBA degree. He received a law-
degree from the University of Mi-
ami in 1868.
Budnkk served with the U.S.
Occupation Army in Germany
from 1953 to 19S5. He is a mem-
ber of the Florida Bar and ad-
mitted to-practice in the federal
cojrrts.
For the past two years, he has
been program chairman of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'ri.h, and was re-
cently elected its treasurer.
He presently serves as secretary
and member of the board of direc-
tors of Temple Zamora Budniek
is married and has two daughters.
Morris Sipser, Greater Miami
Israel Bond manager, will be hon-1
ored at a cocktail reception to be
tendered by the executive board
of the Israel Bond Organization.
The reception will be held Sun-
day afternoon, 3 to 6 p.m., at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oritt,
810 Lakeview dr., Miami Beach,
as a farewell tribute prior to Sip-
ser's departure for Philadelphia,
where he will assume the duties of
manager of that community's Is-
rael Bond Organization.
His successor will be Dr. Aaron
Kahan, who achieved an outstand-
ing record as Israel Bond manager
Pawley fo be Speaker
William D. Pawley. owner of the
Miami and Miami Beach bus sys-
tems and former Ambassador to
Brazil and Peru, will address the
Luncheon Club of Sholem 1-odge,
B'nai B'rith. at noon on Friday, at
the Robert Clay hotel. Eli llui-
wilz and Alfred Kreisler are co-
chairmen.
in Toronto, Canada.
Sipser has served as manager
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
campaign for three years. Dur-
ing his tenure, approximately
$4,000,000 in Israel Bond sales
was achieved here This rep-
resented a 50 percent increase
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said, i am firmly convinced that i
the time has come for our country,
to undertake such steps that would j
put an end to the pernicious influ-
ence and activities in the Near
Bast that are both anti-American,
and anti-Jewish."
The ZOA president pointed out \
that the United States has within its
power to reward its friends and re-
stain its enemies, actual as well as
potential. "Let this power be used
for peace and progress in the Mid-
dle East, as indeed it is being used j
throughout the world." he urged.
"I say this as an American pro-
foundly concerned with our Amer-
ican prestige abroad and America's
aspirations for world peace. Our,
I country's national interests and i
those of Israel fully coincide."
Last Aug. 26. Mr. Kennedy
promised the ZOA he would use
"all the authority and prestige of
the White House'* to promote Arab-
Israel peace. Mr. Kennedy hoped
to bring about a peace conference.
oi Arab states and Israel.
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Prior to coming to Miami. Sipser
directed the Israel Bond campaign
in Paterson. N. J. He has been
with the Israel Bond eflort since
its inception in 1951.
During World War II, Sipser
served as an Air Force* naval gun-
ner, seeing action in the Afro-Eu-
ropean theatres. His plane was
shot down in 1943. and he remained
with the underground through No-
vember of that year when he es-
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turn to his base.
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Washington, D. C. for special as-
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year participated in the capture of
Werner von Braun and his V-2
rocket scientists. _
Isadore Schwartz, one of the
organizers and founders of
the Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Assn., was in-
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president at a dinner Sunday
evening at Beth El Auditor-
ium. The organization pro-
vides loans without interest
to those in need.
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Volume 34
Number 9
Friday. March 3. 1961
15 Adar 5721
King Mohammed's Death
What the sudden death erf King Mohammed
V cf Morocco will mean to the status of the
Moroccan Jewish community is yet to be deter-
mined.
King Mohammed last week pledged to per-
mit the Jews of his country to leave at will. The
pledge came in the wake of increasing anti-
Semitic manifestations following the death on
the high seos of 43 Jews attempting, without
official exit papers, to leave Morocco and move
to Israel.
The king's vow was in many ways a cour-
ageous one. Mainly, it invited UAR President
Nasser's certain enmity. Ncsser, only a few
weeks before, at an Arab "summit conference"
in Casablanca, succeeded in ramming through
an anti-Israel resolution to the Arab declaration
cf principles that emerged out of the conference.
In larae measure, the sudden wave of anti-
Semitic actions in Morocco may be easily traced
to the Nasser visit and to his resolution.
King Mohammed's sop to the UAR Presi-
dent was his warning to Moroccan Jewry that
no "foreign" organizations would be permitted
into the country to "talk up" emigration to Is-
rael. He meant, of course, Zionist groups tradi-
tionally constituted to assist Jews seeking a
new life in Israel.
There is also reason to suspect that King
Mohammed knew poor Jews would find it diffi-
cult to emigrate and that rich Jews would be
slow to make the decision.
Nevertheless, without regard to his personal
motives, or to the safety measures he accorded
himself in his subsequent dealinas with Nasser
and the Soviet Union, in whose circle of influ-
ence he was increasingly exposing himself.
Mohammed V certainly made a creditable and
humanitarian offer.
Now that he has suddenly died, following
nasal surgery last weekend, the fate of Moroc-
co's beleaguered Jews seems more doubtful
than ever.
Forming a New Government
The difficult process of reconstituting a gov-
ernment is plaguing Prime Minister Ben-Gurion
severely these days. In resigning, he quietly
bargained on making slight shifts in the bal-
ance of power.
That he also succeeded in winning his
point with Pinhas Lavon, thus forcing Lavon's
resignation as secretary general of Histadrut,
now seems small compensation. Perhaps Mr.
Een-Gurion is finally faced with more than, in
fact, he had bargained for.
Ministers Meir and Sapir have long since
reconsidered their initially firm refusal once
again to serve in a Ben-Gurion cabinet. What-
ever the reasons behind their chanqe in heart,
whatever the compromises, the original stand
cf these veteran Israeli diplomats is a signifi-
cant sian of the times; it symbolizes the attitude
toward Ben-Gurion in government circles today.
Mr. Ben-Gurion undoubtedly continues to
be surrounded by admiring supporters, and
there remains some reason to hope that he may
yet form a new coalition without havinq to
ihrow the country into an expensive election.
But the popular tide seems to be turning; the
old Ben-Gurion maqic no longer obscures the
possibility of new leadership marked bv dif-
ferent political attitudes emerging on the Is-
raeli horizon.
So scarred with furious partisanship and
unhappy confusion is the atmosphere these
days that no less a personality than Pinhas
fcavon, himself, seems silently to be qrooming
himself as Ben-Gurion's successor. All of which
recalls Mr. Ben-Gurion's earlier unrelentinq
criticism of Israel's multi-party system with its
manv fraamented allegiances.
The Prime Minister, in less turbulent times,
was unable to bring reform to this system, in
whose vaque and incredible machinery he
now finds himself enmeshed. That he has no
easy time of restoring the government from
which he resigned several weeks ago should
therefore cause him little surprise.
*Z2s
during the week
... as i see it
by IE0 MINDLIN
fflnuemvimwiiiiiian.
|u|ORAL principle was the
tw* theme at a convocation of
the Jewish Theological S.
ary of America on Monday in
Temple Emanu-EI. The con-
vocation served as the site for
the presentation of the Herb!,-.
H. Lehman Medal to Seen
of Labor Arthur Goldberg The
presentation was preceded by
Prof. Abraham Heschel m ihe
second annual Samuel Find.
land Lecture.
Both men concerned themselves with ethical concepts if imm
differing points of view. Labeling himself the second oldest in the
Kennedy Administration, an observation which elicited much laughter,
Secretary Goldberg nevertheless spoke in the firm tones of yi ithfu]
purpose, quoting Isaiah's "truth is fallen in the street.' and sounding
the warning of Kcholcth: He that followeth after corruption shall
be filled with it."
Turning from prophets to newspapers, the Secretary described the
'modern commentary" of man. in which he alluded to "busint -- exec-
utives, men of substance and status responsibility and deci
pursuing practices shamefully unethical;" labor leaders, rep
the welfare of hundreds of thousands, "breaking nicb trust
SODS] gain;" and government executives seemingly unahi
linguist] between the privilege ot public service anci ihe opporl mr
self enrichment."
Each of his illustrations made clear reference to exampl -he
nation's recent headlines, and it is their destructive consei
"the sunlight of man's spirit'" in America that Mr. Goldberg
to flee in our growing need for "ethical acknowledgement si I
leadership trom those whom the world considers hard hi
practical."
HIS MASTER'S VOICE
Miami Executive Leaves
Committee for Israel Bonds of Greater
Miami is losing an imaginative and driving
executive in the departure of its city manager.
Morris Sipser.
Mr. Sipser leaves shortly to assume the
leadership of the Israel Bond office in Phila-
delphia.
Since his arrival here three years ago.
Greater Miami's bond campaign scored some
S4 million in sales, representing an increase of
50 percent over the previous three-year period.
Under Sipser's aegis, this community
achieved a top position among cities across the
nation in its vital contribution to the financial
development of the State of Israel through a
steadily soaring bond campaign.
In 1960, Golda Meir came to Miami to pre-
sent the Israel Bond committee with her gov-
ernment's "Decade City Award." one of only
ten made in the United States, in recognition
of this achievement.
Mr. Sipser's quiet but persevering leader-
ship has been an invaluable contribution to
Greater Miami's bond drive. His departure is
sincerely regretted.
.. PRAGMATIC MASONS fOU BEING ITH/CAl
IN A MODIFIED reference to William .lames" classical "biti
' Success.-' 1 suppose out of respect to the convocation's gatl
a temple, the Labor Secretary deplored the prevalent belief I I sue-
(i s stems largely from the rejection of truth, honesty, chai and
prudence and also forgot James' contribution to the A rican
philosophy of pragmatism, in which the moral precept is ba- upon
Utility and workability.
Despite the apparent if silent paradox, the youthful -poke- for
our nation's New Frontier called upon us to be remembered as a gen-
eration "that received from our fathers a love ior the good and
passed it to our sons still passionately alive." If truth ha<. i
fallen in the street, he declared, "let us lift her up again define the
purposes for which we spend the few years granted us. and ask *'h< ther
freedom and individual dignity prosper in our cause."
The alternative to such a moral reawakening, in Mr. Gold
view, is sadly an aspect of Jamesian pragmatism, but nevertheless a
cogent one: "... a nation that conceives its purpose as the satisfaction
and fulfillment of personal ambition, personal desire, and personal
power (shall not) ... be justified in asking the support of the many
millions in the world who are poor and deprived and bouni in with
economic misery and social sorrow." If we are not ethically \ lable.
it will also not be our good grace to maintain the pace in the cold war.
-:-
THE COD AND THf. DIVINITY Of YOUTH
Human Assistance Program
ORT Day will be observed throughout the
nation next Wednesday. Mar. 8. Grc-ater Mi-
ami's chapters will join in the celebration of
the event.
Organization for Rehabilitation Through
Training, with a worldwide network of schools,
cims to give the oppressed and underprivileged
new technical skills that Will enable them to
become se'f-supporting.
Since World War II. ORT has trained some
350,000 persons, many of them in flight from op-
pression, others chained by generations of
poverty to the bleakest kind of existence.
ORT in Israel, launched there at the incep-
tion of the Jewish State, has been throughout
its history one of the vigorous forces moving the
country toward greater strength.
Organization for Rehabilitation Throuah
Training currently maintains 663 installations in
20 countries on five continents. During the past
year, the organization trained over 40,000 stu-
dents in more than 70 modern skills and trades.
ORT Day is "the climax of the membership
drive of Women's American ORT. Founded in
1927, it now numbers some 58,000 members,
who are to be congratulated for their contribu-
tion to the human assistance they have been
rendering.
SECRETARY GOLDBERG'S presentation thus enshrined the Kantian
* hypothetical imperative upon the throne of indigenously V rican
utilitarian principle in a manner designed to achieve both hi !h and
eloquent purpose. For the philosopher, this is pure impossibih Fir
the Labor Secretary, honestly motivated and realistically oriented, it
represented nevertheless an urgent recognition of the ti
"ethical conduct is one of the ends of our society "
Prof. Heschel. calling for moral rearmament of anothei
in large part based his Samuel Friedland lecture on a recap
of his attitudes on the aging process. looking not to the youtl vie*
and the future, but to the twilight years and the present. Prof schel
charged the nation with woeful neglect of its senior citizens
he said, "the sick, despised, rejected and lonely. J tee th
together. I >ee them forlorn, forgotten. The matters of y< -'
the discarded today."
But if we seem generally at fault in neglecting the B8. in,!l'
vidual is principally the miscreant. For ours is a people in< ible if
accepting old age. fearful of considering it to the point of '
obsession." anci bent upon concealing it in beauty parlo:- routfcv
inducing potions. "Youth." declared Prof. Heschel. "is oui
being young is divine."
Lauding increasingly prevalent efforts to deal with th
needs of the aging through Social Security, be urged a reevi
their spiritual needs at a time when the natioi
apologize for being alive.'"
Warning that the "true measure of a culture ..- (he si
which it behaves toward the elderly.' the noted philosopher
impudent and still infant geriatric programs "design* '1 '
dren of the aged'" and to achieve "trivialuation c: exit I
** *"
THE CONQUEST Of SPACl AND TIME
PROF. HESCHEL resumed his two-prong attack
tired
tained an unrelenting eye on the individual re-
engrossment with eternal values vchen, for most peopli
tendl to mean to be retarded
Referring to eras of the pa^t. he pinpointed prayei
ritual as an aspect of man's continuing concern foj I
of eternal values. But such active participation in the efl
the burden of intellectual curiosity. Prof. Heschel declan I i>ro>f
he termed "celebration," has given way to its modern co ,'|;"1 "
the passive status involved in entertainment. Thus, no Id
ers, no longer capable of dealing with the bliss of privacy, we ;urn
day to what he cynically called the "salad dressing" of hobbies.
These however, he suggested, offer none of the moral iinperau'es
capable of insulating the aged from their sense of uselessni -. W"
dom, and isolation. Returning to the nation's responsibilit) fW '
achievement of a mature view of the aging process, in which ll
of suffering humanity become a matter of public, as well as i trust. Prof. Heschel belittled our efforts aimed at conquenng P**
even as we shrink from facing time. "We do not." be said "''*' '
time. The past is forgotten, and the present moment
THf BUKLlSQUl Of ACADEMIC PKOCtSSION
AUNCHING INTO a
space, in which now
lovely musical antiphony between 'lm'JJJJ
v the individual and now mankind
alitv to rone with Ihe ravages of tune
the burden of our inability to cope with the ravage
Continued on Pag* 11-A


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vJewisti ftcrJdfSatr?
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Kennedy Greets JNFund Assembly
WASHINGTONJTA) Presi-
dent Kennedy Sunday sent greet-
ings to the triennial national as-
sembly of the Jewlth National
Fund ol America, which concluded
Its three-day session here Sunday
Bight. More than 500 delegates,
represe.-ting many JNF branches
throughout the country, participat-
ed in the assembly, which met in
celebra. on of the 60th anniversary
of the Jewish National Fund.
President Kennedy said in his
message of greeting that the JNF
represents one of Zionism's most
constructive achievements in hu-
man welfare and social develop-!
ment. "You have made it possible
for many Americans to join in an
important and lasting cooperative
enterprise of freedom.'* he added.
"I hope that your meetings in
Washington have been successful
in projecting new opportunities and
program* for the future."
i
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, New
York Republican, in addressing
the assembly, urged Administra- l
tion efforts toward Arab-Israel
peace and called on Israel to es-
tablish "a whole string of free-
dom forests in Africa as Israel's
unique contribution to world
peace ar.d progress."
A 20-year plan for the last phase
Of what he termed "Israel's war
against the desert," involving de-
velopmer.t of th- Negev and other
areas, was unveiled a! the assem-
bly by Yaacov Tsur. world chair-
man of the Jewish National Fund
in Jerusalem and former Israel
' Ambassador to France and Argen-
tina Mi. Tsur called for "doub-
ling Israel's territory' within her
. present borders."
. His plan involved reclamation of
825 mi n acres in the Negev.
Galilee, and Judea; the planting
of 250 million trees; and settle-
ment ol ioo.ooo families. The cost
of the plan was estimated at
lX500.OCu.000 or S250.OOO.0OO.
Amcr;n Jews were urged by
Tsur to contribute their share to-
war;! tl total required for imple-
mentation. He said it would double
present u-cful terril trj within pres-
ent boi-i aries "without resorting
to war "
Mr. 1- r pointed out that per
cent ol "srac!: ti rritory remains
waste!.:nd and must be developed.
He s, d "perhaps we
shall i da% i, -. ve the compli-
ment i d tiie DuUh who drained
off th. a to win more land for
fertile ii Is." lie hoped it would
be said 'hat "God created the world
and the Jews made Israel." He
pointed out that last December the
Israel Parliament designated the
JNF as "sole accredited agency for
soil amelioration, land develop-
ment and afforestation tor the en-
tire Slate of Israel."
The assembly adopted the Tsur
plan and pledged S5.000.000 and
more annually for 20 years toward
the world goal of S250 million. In
appealing for American Jewish
support, Mr Tsur said it was "clear
that the two million Jews already
in Israel cannot alone, as citizens
bear the heavy obligations for the
defense and welfare of the State,
and, in addition, do what not even
the richest state can do, namely,
reclaim vast areas in a poverty
stricken country for settlement and
to meet the needs of a growing
population.
"The annual budget of the Gov-
ernment of Israel now exceeds a
billion dollars, and the contribu-
tion of diaspora Jewry, with all
due respect to its unfailing and
devo'ed help, represents but a
fraction of the sacrifice made by
the Israelis." he pointed out.
The assembly adopted a reso-
lution "to mobilize in the United
States through the Foundation
for the JNF and its traditional
collections, the sum of (5,000,000
in the next 12 months." Anotner
resolution honored Dr. Harris J.
Levine upon completion of his
10Hi consecutive term as presi-
dent of the JNF of America, and
his election to the honorary pres-
dency of the JNF." The assem-
bly's closing dinner was dedicat-
ed as a tribute to Dr. Levine.
Resolutions were adopted honor-
ing and saluting the effective work
of Mendel N. Fisher, executive di-
rector of the JNF of America;
president Albert Schiff and his ad-
ministration; and Tsur.
Other resolutions called for in-
creased volume of bequests and in-
surance with the JNF as benefici-
ary, continuation of traditional col-
lections, doubling of blue-white
boxes in Jewish homes, increase of
i inscrip'ions and other new efforts.
Stress was placed on the work
among youth and in the field ol
I education to strengthen ties of
world Jewish youth with Israel.
"CJA is the ongoing responsibility of every businessman in
Greater Miami," says Ben Leichner (right), a member of the
Mercantile luncheon committee. Seen (left to right) are Nor-
man Todd, Sol Cohen, Alex Schneidman, Max Weitz, and
Leichner.
Beth Torah Plans Seder
er has been engaged. Rabbi Max
A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader of the
Beth Torah Congregation will congregation, will conduct the serv-
hold a Passover Seder on Friday, ices, with Cantor Ben-Zion Kirsch-
Mar. 31. A local professional cater- '-nbaum participating.

UAR Preparing
For Total War
, Continued from Page 1-A
tag nar, and the United Arab
Republic will drive the first nail
Ko Israel's coffin and destroy
i Zicrsts before they succeed
in conquering the Arabs."
The lM.iel Air Force now pos-
sesses "sepersonic planes." Shimon
Peres. Deputy Minister of De-
fense, disclosed at the Aviation
and As!r.-nautical Congress.
. He sa d the Air Force had start-
le process of phasing in the
high speed jets while pulling
las' i i its propellor planes out
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Two Noted Rabbis During War Between States
By ALFRED H. PAUL
The words and actinas of twn
rabbis eminent in their communi-
ties in 1861 illustrate the Amer-
ican Jews attitude to the abolition
jf slavery. Slavery was the bur-
den besetting the United States.
On the question of perpetuating
slavery or its abolition hung the
fate of the nation. Jews were
heatedly active on both sides
although there were many Jews,
oo. who felt that the fence was
he safest place.
A pair of Jewish immigrants
came to the forefront. One was
Kabbi Morris J. Raphall. spiritual
eader of New York's Congrega-
ion B'nai Jeshurun The other
nrafl Rabbi David Einhorn. leader
if Har Sinai Temple in Baltimore.
4nd publisher of a Jewish news-
paper called Sinai. New York
vas largely favorable to the pres-
ervation of the Union and. then-
ore, more amenable to the CftUM
spoused by the abolitionists Bal-
imorc. on the other hand, was a
notbed of pro-slavery forces,
Quite aside from the merits of
he case in point, it is interesting
o note that the two rabbis cited
here. Raphall and Einhorn. chose
n their separate ways to line up
is independents. New York's
-iaphall was staunchly pro-sla-
.ery. Baltimore's Einhorn was
iiirageously against that "pecu-
iar institution."
With n "irrepressible conflict"
-hreatening the Union, President
Buchanan had issued a proclama-
tion, filing Jan. 4, 1861, as a Na-
tional Fast Day, when all Amer-
icans would gathar in their houses
of worship to pray for rise preser-
vation of the Union. Rabbi Raphall
-ook up that challenge, in his
own way. He delivered a Merman
Thi.v is tlx seconA in a aerial
C-iirrentiy-betn^HiMi.Jicci by The
Jewish Floridiun m commemor-
ation of the Jewish contribution
to both sides of the struggle in
(lie War Brtu'een tde Stale*.
The njfion is tins \ejr ebxenitig
the centennial anniversary of die
war that tore the Upton into
North and South, divided bro-
thers and thus found Jeuish
adherent! b.'th m the camps of
abolition and slaver-.

entitled
Slavery."
The Bible View of

Although a leader of the new
Reform movement. Rabbi Raphall
became for the nonce a funda-
mentalist. He attacked Christian
ministers aiming his shafts
specifically at the famous Brook-
lyn obolitionist preacher. Henry
Ward Beecher. who had denoun-
ced slaveholding la "l sin." Rab-
bi Raphall thundered: Abraham.
Isaac. Jacob and Job. the men
with whom the Almighty con-
versed, were slaveholders." Those
who call slaveholding a sin. like
Henry Ward Beecher. "are guilty
of something very little short of
blasphemy." insisted Rabbi Ra-
phall.
Many newspapers throughout
the country quoted Rabbi Ra-
phall's sensational sermon: in-
deed, many of the papers. North
and South, reprinted the text in
full Pro-slavery forces issued the
address in pamphlet form. Anti-
abolitionists in Baltimore, as else-
where, were using the Raphall en-
dorsement of slaveholding as
something tantamount to a Holy
text.
While, in New York the ques-
tion of slavery could still be dis-
cussed in relative calm, there was
nothing academic about the issue
in Baltimore. There, secession-
ism was so widespread that Linc-
oln would not dare pass through
the city on his way to the inaugu-
ration. Rabbi Einhorn had de-
clared himself in favor of aboli-
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tion as far back as 1956. He would
not retreat in the face of public
attitude, or in the face of a pro-
nouncement like Rabbi RaphaM's.
In a series of articles in his
newspaper. "Sinai." Rabbi Ein-
horn defended the abolitionist doc-
trine, brinsine all of his consider-
able powers of argumentation to
bear particularly aaainst Rabbi
Raphall. Like manv Jewish lend-
ers of the present day. Rabbi Ein-
horn saw in the philosophy of
slavery an attack against all peo-
ples, especially asainst all minor-
ity peoples. Jews included.
Just as some Jewish leaders to-
day identify anti-Negro racism
with anti-Semitism and a drive to
make second-class citizens of all
"foreigners." so did Rabbi Ein-
horm expand the argument for
abolition to its inevitable logical
conclusion. It is not the aboli-
tionists, he held, who were guilty
of blasphemy. He pinned that
label on the apologists for slavery,
including Rabbi Raphall.
Einhorn's blasts for abolition
appeared as Confederate senti-
ment had reached one of its hot-
test points in Baltimore For four
days, there was rioting in the
streets Homes were burned,
abolitionists were beaten, some
were killed Mobs attacked sev-
eral printing plants where aboli
tiomst literature had been pro-
duced: among these plants was
the one in which Rabbi Einhorn's
"Sinai" was being published.
Rabbi Einhorn was urged to
leave the city. At first he refused
even after he was shown a list
of abolitionists slated to be wiped
out, including his name. Young
members of his congregation
many of them violently opposed
to their rabbi's pronoun cements
formed themselves, nevertheless,
into a guard to protect their rabbi
and his family. Finally, to pro-
tact Ms family, Rabbi Einhorn
did leave.
Einhorn intended to return to
Baltimore. But on May 13. the
board of trustees of his congrega-
tion adopted a resolution advising
their rabbi: "It would be very de
sirable. for your own safety as
well as out of consideration for
the members of your congregation
if. in the future, there would be
no comment in the pulpit on the
excitable issues of our time "
Einhorn was safely in Philadel
phia by the time his board's edict
reached him. Contemptuously, he
rejected the orders of his Balti
more "baale-baatim In an is
sue of "Sinai." now printed in
Philadelphia, he wrote:
"According to the view of the
congregation. I. as their minister,
had to choose between doing in-
junMo the -tenth and" capitulating
to the security of the members.
I did not hesitate to choose a third
course: the immediate relinquish-
ing of a post carrying lifelong
tenure.*'
Einhorn quit his Baltimore post.
Congregation Knesset Israel, of
Philadelphia, elected him as its
rabbi. In Philadelphia, he con-
tinued issuing "Sinai." continued
preaching from the pulpit and in
his pages against slavery. But
18 months later, he had to stop
publishing his newspaper: the
financial burden was just too
heavy for him to carry. In his
final issue, he stated: 'Sinai.'
dies in the battle of slavery."
<
There is an ironic footnote to
the history of the battle between
Rabbis Einhorn and Raphall. In
1861. when Lincoln was in the
White House, and Civil War was
a fact. Abe Lincoln proclaimed
another National Fast Day sim-
ilar to the one fixed by President
Buchanan which gave Raphall the
occasion for his pro-slavery ser-
mon.
It so happened mat, on that very
Fast Day proclaimed by Lincoln,
Rabbi Raphall appeared at the
White House to toe the President.
The rabbi's son was then in the
Army, and Raphall asked Lincoln
to order a promotion for the
young man.
"As God's minister." Lincoln
told Raphall, "is it not your first
duty today to pray with your p.
pie for the success of our arms -
as is being done in every loyal
church throughout the North
East and West?"
tht
"My assistant Is doing
duty." replied Raphall.
Lincoln wrote a note ordering-
"The Secretary of War will pro!
mote Second Lieutenant Raphall
to a First Lieutenant." Abe hand-
ed the note, written on hi per-
sonal card, to Raphall. and said'
"Now doctor, you can go home
and do your own praying."
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fJenisti Meridian
Page 7-A
Miami's business leaders turn out to the bia Mercantile Divis-
ion luncheon to help boost totals of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. Alfred H. Daniels, division chairman (seated right),
greets Samuel Mufson 'standing), a co-chairman of the lunch-
eon. Seated left are Carl Susskind, chairman of the Trades
Professions Council, and John Serbin, a campaign vice chair-
man.
Businessmen's 'Blitz' to Mobilize Leaders
For Mar. 9 CJA Select-Prospect Givers
A CJA "Businessmen's Blitz"
pill he held here on Thursday,
W;r. 9.
t Joseph M. Lipton, general cam-
paign chairman ol the Combined
Ji \ sh Appeal, explained thai
leaders of the Business and Pro- ]
fes-mns Division will report to CJA
He., iquarters, 1317 Biseayne blvd..
on Mar. 9 to selec: prospect cards,
visit these contributors during the
Jay. and return to headquarters of hcadquartcrs.
Wit!) the completed pledges.
"The blitz can be accomplish
rl easily in a few hours," said
ipton. A similar one-day drive
was so successful last year that
leaders in the 1961 campaign re-
esred a repeat.
"We are asking some of our best
campaigners to give an hour or
two of their time on Mar. 9 for the
purpose of reaching selected busi-
ness associates and lriends who
have every intention of giving to
CJA, and are simply waiting for
a worker to call on them," the
chairman said.
Carl Susskind, chairman of the
CJA Business and Professions
Council, will help to coordinate ad-
vance plans for the Businessmen's
Blitz
To streamline the all-day check-
in procedure on Mar. 9, a CJA
"Drive-ln-Booth" will be set up on
Federation's parking lot just east
In the interests of speed and ef-
ficiency, volunteers will be able
to approach the building from
three directions, drive into the lot,
pause briefly at the booth, and
turn in their cards without leaving
their car.
The CJA Drive-In Booth will be
plainly visible from the street,
and can be reached from: (1) the
Venetian Causeway, going west
to Bayshore dr.; (2) Biseayne
blvd., going north, turning east
at 13th ter.; (3) south on Bay-
shore dr. to the Federation lot at
13th ter.
"The Businessmen's Blitz will
take only a few hours, and could
give the second half of our cam-
paign a tremendous boost," Lipton
said.
According to the chairman, the
one-day push will help to accel-
erate the securing of important
trades pledges which have been
ready for the CJA worker.
"A substantial part of our cam-
paign remains to be completed,
and we are looking to business and j
professional men to get their own
pledges in quickly and, as soon as I
possible, to complete the solicita-
tion, in theirpwn. trade or profes-
sion." the chairman said.
"Volunteers have the second half
of our CJA campaign in their hands j
now. It's up to them."
The Combined Jewish Appeal is
Greater Miami's priority philan-
thropy which finances the opera-
tion of 57 health, welfare, and social
services locally, nationally, over-
seas and in Israel.
CJA Day" Set
In Surfside
Mar. 12 has been designated as
"CJA Day" in the City of Surfs; e. ]
Mayor Irving Schulman will is-
sue an official proclamation of the
designation at a CJA coffee meet-.
ing Sunday. 9 a.m., at Town Hall.''
Max Kolker, CJA chairman of
the Surfside Division, said that
Mayor Schulman this week accept-
ed the position of honorary chair-
mn of "CJA Day." and that he has j
j given his "full personal and offi-
cial support" of the one-day drive, j
At the breakfast meeting, Kol-
ker will appoint workers teams
and captains in preparation for
the Mar. 12 project.
"Surfside residents who have:
generously supported the Com-.
bined Jewish Appeal In the past j
are now asked to renew their
pledges to this top priority philan-
thropy." said Mayor Schulman. in,
assuming the post of honorary
chairman.
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opportunity to express our personal
pride in our own community, and
its many social services. We are
sked to give only once to sustain
humanitarian work which goes on j
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+Jewisti ncr&tiain
Friday. March 3, \%\

US, Canadians Help Launch Drive
Major national Jewish orpaniza-
1ipr> are playing a leading role in
the effort for Israel Bonds, culmi-
nating in this weekend's inaugural
conterenco a; the Fontainebleau
hotel This year's Israel Bond
drive i> dedicated to the Bar muz
vah anniversary of the state of
1m-at 1
The Zionist Organization of Ame-
rica will sponsor a special recep-
tion Frid .v at the Fontainebleau
i i \ ; ites to thi ural
i Mortimer May, tonn-
es i the ZO \ i hair-
i
Cther key leaders wrto will be
pre**".' are Max Bressler, presi-
dent cf tht ZC/A. who is a'?o na-
tional chairman of Guardi-ns of
the Is-ae! Bo-id drive; Dr. Eman-
u*l NJuman, honorary president
of the ZOA, and member of the
executive of the Jewish Agency
for Israel; Samuel Rothberg,
national chairman of Trustees of
the Israel Bond Organization;
and Abraham Redelheim, former
president of the ZOA.
B'nai B rith members gathered
at the Fontainebleau last week to
plan their participation in the in-
augural effort for the Israel Bond
l'.;.r Mi /vah drive. Toastmaster
of the meeting was B. Albert Pal-
lot, of Miami, national chairman of
the B'nai B'nth service committee
lor Armed Forces and Veterans.
Chairman of the Greater Miami
B'nai B'nth committee, which
M i ved as host for the meeting.
was Ben Essen, a leader of the Mi-
ami Israel Bond drive, who is a
trustee of Sholcm Lodge of B'nai
B'nth.
Other members of the commit-
tee include Judge Milton A. Fried-
man, of Miami, president-elect of
District C.rartd Lodge 5; Bernard
L:berman. Israel Bond and B'nai
B'nth loader, and Irving Schatz-
man. president of Miami Beach
Lodge. Also on the c'ais at the
meeting was Louis Pickus. of Wau-
kegan. Ill pa>t president of Dis-
trict Grand Lodge 6
Labor Zionists of Greater Miami
parked their activity for Israel
Bonds with a reception this week
at the Barcelona, honoring Abra-
ham Fraidlir. "for his years of de-
voted work in behalf of the Israel
Eond drive
Dr Nathaniel Soroff and Dr.
5 oon Wilenskj were co-chairmei
cf the h< -t committee r. r tm
. a: which the principal
speaker was Dr. James G i<
lent of the l..
nd chairman
< relations for the Is-
rael E
chairman of the Chicago Israel
Bond drive, will be host at the
reception, which will be attended
by Chicagoans visiting Miami.
The reception will mark the in-
stallation of Louis Zahn as gene-
for Israel Bonds
Among outstanding personalltiej
from New England who --
took part
in the reception and in tht plannina
Bend cf; ^er*
of the Israel
Judge and Mrs. Lewis G
Idherg.
ral chairman for the second year, | Mrs Goldberg is chairm
of the Chicago State of Israel Women's Division of t. Israel
Outstanding Jewish leaders are shown at headquarters of the
Israel Bond conference; sparking the effort which is driving
toward a total of S13.000.000 in 1961 Israel Bond sales by the
opening of the conference Friday. Left to riqht are Dr. James
James G. Heller, of New York, national chairman of commun-
ity relations for the Israel Bond drive; Mortimer May, of Nash-
ville, former president of the ZOA; and Samuel Rothberq, of
Peoria. chairman of the conference.
with the
Israel Bonds.
Outstanding
participating
inaugural conference for Vineberg. vice
brookc. Quo ;
Winnipeg; Mrs.
Canadian leaders
in the intensive Is-
rael Bond effort in Miami include
Mrs Harold Fanaberia. chairman
of the Israel Bond Women's Divis-
ion for Montreal; Harry Golt, Mr.
an,J Mrs. Max Steinberg, and Mr.
and Mrs Sam Steinberg. Montre-
al; Morris Kaufman, former Israel
Bond chairman. Toronto; Leon
Weinstein. Jack Jacobs and Wil-
liam Clavir. Toronto; Alex Botcher-
man, vice chairman. Joseph Fel-
ler, executive committee member,
and Mrs. B. I. Loeb. Women's Di-
vision chairman. Ottawa.
Archie Dover. Ontario regional
i chairman; Jake (Seller, former
Bond Organization.
Abba Eban. Minister of Educa-
tion of the State of Israel, who will
be the guest of honor'at the 1961
inaugural conference for Israel
Bonds this weekend, will be a spe.
cial guest at the Chicago reception.
Outstanding Chicago loaders who
v. ill pat ite in the reception
and the conference include Max
Bressler, na ional chairman of
Guardians 61 rael Bond Or-
Is i resident of the
ZOA nd ho rarj chairman of the
of the Cbica
I rael Bon drive, Benjamin t oh
mar ttUeb ..r.d Edwin
Sal a
Mr'.. Grossinger Hostess
Mrs. ni le Gi ossingej. h
owner and outstanding leadsr in
Jewf.-h communal aftairs. was
hostess this week at a Purim party
at her Miami Beach home in behalf
I of the State of Israel Bond drive
Each year for the past few \i UTS,
Mrs Gr ssinger has invited her
friends to a reception in conjunc-
tion with the inaugural conference
, for Israel Bonds This year's Pu-
rim party was in celebration of
the Bar Mitzvah of the State of Is-
rael.
A special guest at Mrs, Cros-
singer's was Dr. James G. Heller,
chairman of community relations
for the Israel Bond Organization.
New Englanders
A special reception for visitors
from New England this week gave
marked impetus to the current
campaign for the sale of State of
gion; and Harry Margolian. mem- ,sraei ^nds in nonor 0f lnc Bar
ber of the executive committee for jgitsvah of Israel.
Yarmouth. N.S.
D. Lou Harris, of Toronto, i- na-
tional chairman of the Israel Bond
drive in Canada.
rael
England
Bond drive for the Nev.
region.
Guest speaker at the eptioo
was Dr. Joseph J Schv u, \Ice
president of the Israel B Ore*
nization.

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Jews Study W. German Democracy
w.
Samuel Botway (right) made the first SI.000 pledge of the 1961
2]A campaign, and when SI.500 was needed to put the drive
Dver the $1,000,000 mark, he made an additional Qift of SI,500
|o make up the difference. He is congratulated by Sidney
^nsin, chairman of the CJA New Gifts development committee.
WASHINGTON(JTA>The cur-
rent problem in West Germany is
not anti-Semitism but the broader
issue of making democracy take
root and grow as a way of lite.
This was the conclusion of a panel
discussion here on West Germany
sponsored by the American Council
on Germany and the Atlantic Bru-
ecke. a group promoting German-
American amity.
The expansion of democracy as
;;i way of life in West Germany was
ribed as basic lo education on |
I I lie Nazi era by Benjamin Epstein,
national director of the Anti-Defa-
mation L< gue <>f B'nai B'rith.
Irving M. Engel, honorary pres-
cient of the American Jewish
Comm;t!ee, similarly warned
nst "isolated teaching" of
N*zi atrocities to German youlh
Folk-Dancing Class
Israeli folk-dancing class meets
regularly Sunday evenings, 8 to
[ 10 p.m., at Beth Torah Congrega-1
tion. Eligible are single young
men and women, 18 to 29 years of
age
and advocated teaching of recent
German history in a larger con-
text and the development of
youthful attitudes "conducive to
the growth of democracy."
Participating in the discussions
were also Dr. Carlo Schmid. vice
president of the Bundestag; Dr.
George Sinister, president of the
American Council on Germany;
and Dr. Arnold Bergstraesser,
president of the Atlantic Brueeke.
It appeared to the participanis
that there was greater concern
over teachers and teaching meth-
ods because of the swastika plague
't which erupted among elements of
German youth beginning in De-
j cembcr. 1939. The need for adult
' education was stressed.
Eichmann Victims' Families
File $1 Billion in Claims
Continued from Page 1-A i

|s already been given to him.
Dr. Servatius and his assist-
t, Hebrew-speaking West Ger-
n attorney D. Wechtenbruch,
re now meeting Eichmann daily
four to five-hour sessions pre-
inrtg his defense in the trial
w scheduled to open early in
ril. The prosecution brief
Inded to Dr. $ervatius when the
ttement of the charges was
>lished contains about 1,500
cuments, ranging from one to
pages. Eichmann himself
rote or dictated 4,000 pages of
Itements to police.
tichmann named in the stale-
sts many who took part in the
ss murder of European Jews,
)ui!inl; persons now in ofieial po-
lo in both West Germany and
rt Germany Dr. Servatius as-
ld that "causing embarrass-
t to those who are till alive
net keep is irom bringing up
ies in court or even calling
to testify, il necessary.
e defense attorney said also
Eichmann, now wearing army
li in his detention cell, was
tare thai he could have been
(ted differently" by his captors
the promise of a fair trial and
Procedure of even being allow-
intact with his family.
l East German Jewish attor-
ney placed Israel in a delicate di-
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lemma this week by asking that
hii credentials be formally ack-
nowledged, as a representative at
the trial of Adolf Eichmann on be-
half of four East German Jews |
whose parents were murdered by
the Nazis.
Prof, F. K. Kaul made the re-
quest to Justice Minister Pinhas
Rosen, asking as an alternative
that he be called as a witness on j
behalf of the prosecution. Prof.
Kaul said at a press conference
thai he represented Wolfgang Stein
ol Leipzig. Rudolph Lipman of j
Berlin. Ruth Berza of Leipzig, and
Ilia Shreer of Frankfurt, whose I
parents were murdered, the attor-
ney said, on direct orders of Eich-
mann.
The attorney said that if Israeli
law prevents him. as a foreign at-
torney, from joining th prosecu-1
tion, he wanted to testily and pre-
sent 52 documents connected with
the charges against Eichmann. Is-'
rael did no( ask the Easl German j
Government for documents as it'
did other Easl European countries,
but Dr. Kaul said he could submit
his documents as a private citizen
u Ithoul involving his Government.
lie stressed that his documents not
implicated Eichmann bul also
pointed to persons under whose or-
ders the Nazis acted.
Prof. Kaul said he was return-
ing to East Germany but that he
was awaiting a call to testify at '
the Eichmann trial. He hinted
that if he was not called, Israel
would be open to charges it was
' helping to defend the "real cul-
prits" behind Eichmann, which ,
was one horn of the dilemma.
The other was that if East Ger-
mans were allowed to testify,
there was the danger of attacks
on the West German Government
with which Israel has excellent,
though unofficial, relations.
The total expenditure in connec-
tion with the forthcoming trial of
Adolf Eichmann was expected to
he more than 3.000,000 ($1.680.|
lOoO). according to an estimate. Of
; this sum 1.800,000 (S1.000.000)
will have been spent by the end of
; the current fiscal year on Apr. 1.
The largest Item in the break-
down Of anticipated expenses is
950.000 pounds ($532,000) lor spe-
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i equipment. Other items include
11 mpletion of the .Municipal Cul-
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\ he held, technical and electronic
processing equipment, furniture,
security arrangements and prose-
cution expenses.
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Friday, March 3, 1961

Local Zionists to Hear Redelheim
Report on Recent 25th World Congress
Greater Miami districts of the
Zionist Organization of America
will be hosts to the community at a
ZOA report meeting on the 25th
: World Zionist Congress on Monday
!evening in the Voltaire room ot the
Fontaineblcau hotel, according to
Louis Rudnick, chairman of the
Greater Miami ZOA Presidents
Council.
the ZOA, a member of the board
of directors of the Jewish Nation-
al Fund of America, Keren
Hayesod, and president of the
Histadrut Ivrit of America.
Joseph Mechlow. member of the
board of directors of the Miami-
Gables Zionist District, will pre-
sent a special resolution.
i A program of Yiddish. Israeli.
Guest speaker will be Abraham and cantorial songs will be pre-
A. Redelheim. of New York City. ;i sentcd by Goldie Sussman. soprano,
past president of the national ZOA Serving on the committee with
and one of the leaders of the ZOA
delegation to the recent Congreaa
5AM GULujItiN
RICHARD GIRSTtIN
Yeshsva U. Dinner Names Chairmen
Richard E Gerstein and Sam A.
Goldstein have been named chair-
men of a .Ye?hiva University din-
n< r which will honor Samuel C
l.evenson on Tuesday. .Mar. 28. at
the l'cr.iainebleau hotel, it was an-
u! h\ Leo Robinson, perma-
i : chairman of the Florida com-
mittee for Yeshiva University.
He a Ided that many Greater Mi
amians are expected to attend the
affair, which will be a major event
In the university- nationwide cele-
bration of its 75th academic year.
Levens in, one of the original foun-
, rs of Yeahiva's Albert Einstein
1 medicine, will be the re-
cipient of a bronze plaque award
f r outstanding services to the inri-
versit) and the community.
When Gerstein, 37, was elected
state attorney in Dade county in '
1956, he was the youngest man
ever to be chosen for this office,
rd received the largest vote
tver cast for it. With his re-
election in 1960, he won more
vctes than ar.y other candidate
'cr a Dade county office. As a
World War II veteran, Gerstein
received the Distinguished Ply-
ing Cross, Air Medal, and Purple
Heart for his record as a navi-
gator over Germany.
Born in Atlanta. Ga but a Flor-
ida resident since 1925. Goldstein
is board chairman of Sanitary Linen
fk \ue. and a leader in many civic
. philanthropic causes. Included
jre his services as tirst vice pre^
ident of Temple Israel, treasurer
of the Florida regional board of
B'nai B'rith's Anti Defamation
League, national board member of
the Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, and president of I'AHC
South Florida region, trustee of fcft.
S.nai Hospital, trustee of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
Combined Jewish Appeal, past
chairman of the Service! and Pro-
f< --ional division of the Miami
Chamber of Commerce, and mem-
ber of the City of Miami Beach
Personnel Department.
Gerstein and Goldstein will co
host a planning breakfast sched-
uled for 10 a.m.. Sunday, at the
Algiers hole!
Rec'elheim, a native of Jerusa-
lem, is a member of the praesid-
ium of the World Zionist Actions
Committee, and a political analyst
and radio commentator. He has
held the position of grand master
of the fraternal order B'nai Zion,
and is, at present, national mem-
bership chairman for the special
Israel Bar Mitzvah campaign of
Grand Reunion for Two Men Who Played
Key Roles in Redeployment of Refugees
on
Rudnick are Ezra Fineeold. pr si
dent of the North Shore District:
Al Sherman, president, Miami
Beach District: J. David Liebman.
president. Miami-Gables District;
and Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
president, Hollywood District.
Also assisting will be Herman
Wtintraub. Abe Rubin. Joseph Al-
ter, Jacob C Fishman. Joseph [_
Mechlow, Herman Wilson. Joseph
Spar. Sam Rappapoit, Meyer Sic
gel, Dr. Herman Ausubel. Morris
Simon, Sam Levine, A. Arthur
Pekelner, Jacob Harrison. Morris
Kristal, Mrs. Bessie Greenwald,
Mra. Pauline Levick and Mrs. I. B.
Sacks.
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It will be a grand reunion Satur-
day morning in Miami Beach for
two men who played key roles in
the redeployment of Jewish refu-
trom war-ravaged Europe to
Palestine 16 years ago.
Dr. Bernard Casper, dean of stu-
dents at the Hebrew I'niversity of
Jerusalem, will speak at Saturday
morning services of Temple Men
orah. of which Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz is spiritual leader.
Immediately after World War
II, Rabbi Abramowitz was Jew-
ish chaplain of the American
forces in Berlin. Because the
British Army didn't have a rabbi
with it, Rabbi Abramowitz also
was named British Army Jewish
chaplain by the commandant of
Berlin.
Meanwhile, Dr. Casper, ordained
both in England and in Israel, was
chief chaplain of the Jewish Brig-
ade of the British Army. YE-Day
found him stationed at Italy's bor-
der with Austria and Yugoslavia.:
Indepenuentiy. the two men ac-
tivated their fellow Jewish GI's in-
to "underground" activities to
move DP's from Northern and
Southern Europe to the jump-off;
spots for then Palestine.
They met at the hauptbahnof,
(railroad sta'.ion) in Munich as
Rabbi Abramowitz accompanied j
the first shipment of Jewish chil-i
dren from Berlin to Palestine. I
Their paths haven't crossed since. |
Dr. Casper, who will arrive in
Miami Beach early Friday after-
noon, also will speak at Friday
night services at the Sterling ho-
tel. Sunday afternoon, he will
be guest of honor at a national
reception sponsored by the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity at the Fontainebleau ho-
tel.
Dr. Casper received his Master's
degree from Cambridge University,
occupied the pulpit of the Marble
Arch Synagogue in London after
til years as director of education
of the Jewish community of Man-
chester. Five years ago. he moved
to Jerusalem with his family to
become the Hebrew University's
Hi's- dean of students.
Today, he helps guide the activi-
ties of more than 7.600 students,
including 100 Arabs. The students
stem from 80 countries.
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Friday. March 3. 1961
+Jeisiirhrt Page 11-A
Will Mohammed's Death Change His Policies?
Based on JTA Report from Paris Bureau
The impact of King Mohammed V of Morocco's sudden death fol-
lowing surgery is yet to be determined on his agreement last week to
tnd all restrictions against Jewish emigration from Morocco
Kir.g Mohammed died unexpectedly Sunday after two hours on an
>perating table for surgery relat-
ing to nasal membrane tissue.
Prior to the king's death, the
luesticn immediately developed as I
jo how thoroughly the new policy, |
rhich followed months of protests |
throughout the western world [
jgainsl Moroccan anti-Jewish pol ;
lies] would be implemented at the
Deal level.
One of tho first apparent re-
suit; of the new government pol
icy was the freeing of some 30
Jews who had been arrested
ifter the distribution of unsigned
leaflet to Moroccan Jews urg-
ing them to emigrate. It was re-
rted that the release order was
jiver by the Minister of the In-
ferior, Embarek Bekkai, with the
pbjee- ve of restoring peace of
lind *or Moroccan Jews.
|A m nber of Moroccan Jews re-
|ainru in prison, however, partic-
larl) a group of Jews arrested on
largea of an "attack" on the "in-
rnal security" of Morocco. This
understood to be a reference
participation in clandestine im-
|grat;on efforts and distribution
leaflets. It was reported that
be allowed to do so without any
restrictions," the late Moroccan
rultr was reported to have told
the Jewish delegation. However,
an aide to Mohammed made it
clear later to the delegation that
"foreign" organizations would
not be allowed to operate in Mo-
rocco either to assist the emi-
grants or to propagandize emi-
gration.
In announcing the decision of the
king, Ahmed Alaoui, the Moroccan
Minister of Information, said that
the new policy would not mean
that Zionist organizations would
have the right to "denaturalize"-
Moroccan citizens, nor that it
meant that Moroccan authorities
favor a mass-emigration.
(The New York Times reported
from Morocco that Interior Min-
ister Bekkai said in an interview
that Moroccan Jews were free to
travel anywhere, except Israel.
The report quoted the Minister as
stating that Morocco did not recog-
nize Israel, and therefore Moroc-
can passports were not valid for
four Jews would be tried pub- travel to Israel, just as United
mother apparent result was the
IpenaJoo until further notice by
lister Bekkai of the Moroccan
Ivtrrnient newspaper, Al Fajr,
licfa originated the recent press
ipa;gn against Moroccan Jews.
The announcement of the ending
emigration restrictions was
|d( following the visit of a del-
ation of Moroccan Jewish lead-
to "he late king The Jewish
Hen were invited to the palace
"an important communication."
t\ V" are headed by former Cab-
M lister Leon Benzaquen and
fid Amar, .secretary-general of
Co mcil of Jewish ommunitie-.
("All our Jewish subjects who
|m 4o leave the country, will
lingtoNewOrleans?
States passports were not good lor
entry into Communist China. The
Minister emphasized that Moroc-
can Jews who go to Israel would
lose their property and their Mo-
roccan citizenship.)
Jewish delegates then met with
Bekkai and presented their
grievances and requests. The
Minister told the delegates that
instructions had been sent to
Government offices throughout
Morocco that no obstacles should
be placed in the way of granting !
of passports to Jews or restric-
tions on their freedom of move-
ment. Such obstacles have been
a principal cause of anxieties
among Moroccan Jews for some-
time.
Minister Bekkai said that the in-1
structions ordered the provincial
authorities to issue passports to
Jews on the same conditions as,
they are being issued to Moslems,
without any unnecessary delay. At!
the same time, he urged the Jews
in Morocco not to leave the coun-
try. He accused "international
Zionists'" of stimulating Moroccan
Jews to emigrate.
Jewish leaders were elated at
the sentiments expressed by the
late king during the audience he
gave them in his palace. The
Council of Jewish Communities
also paid tribute to Interior Min-
ister Bekkai who, it is understood,
interceded with the king to secure
his protection for the Jewish popu-
lation.
Jewish circles in Paris were of
the opinion that the Moroccan king
banked on the fact that, despite
his permission, most Jews would
not be able to take advantage of
the easing of restrictions, since the
poor Jews of the city mellahs
would technically not be able to
leave the country while the rich
i Jews would emigrate only in small
I numbers.
Al Fajr launched the anti-Jew-
i ish campaign at the time of the
| visit to Morocco of President
i Nasser of the United Arab Re-
public last month. The publica-
i tion demanded that the Jews of
Morocco be considered no longer
as Moroccans but as a minority
group. It was indicated that the
suspension was partly in connec-
tion with the order of King Mo-
THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
euphemism for age) even as
medical science and automation
seem on the horizon of giving us
so much more of it Prof. Hes-
chel declared: "In time one meets
God as an act of creation. Time is
the presence of God in a world of
space."
Here was the ultimate philos-
ophical rationalization of the spir-
itual and the physical brought to
the nation's urgent need to deal
with one of its major problems
an Increasing aged population
bent on being creative in its twi-
light years.
Prof. Heschel and Secretary
Goldberg both offered COgenl mes-
sages within the context of theil
immediate visions, reflecting well
on the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary, which presented the forum
for their talks. Only the multitude
of caps and gowns seated before
the speakers, worn by many men
without the university license to
don them, seemed to fly in the
face of that "inner beautification"
which Prof. Heschel saw as pre-
requisite to a changing moral im-
perative.
If the Seminary was the source
of such a lofty presentation, why
had it also contributed to a nega-
tion of these messages in the
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Jew 1st) fhrldiar)
Friday, March 3. 1961
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Your CJA Leaders: 1961
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
HOWARD N. MILLSR: No. 30 in Scries.
A striking example of dy-
namics in leadership and
campaigning la being es::il>
Ushed in this year's CJA
drive by Howard N. Miller,
chairman of the Accountants
Division.
To begin with, he organ-
ized his men early in the
campaign. Of major import-
ance is the fact that he was
able to recruit a sufficient
number of workers in the
profession to cover all as-
signments.
In developing the volun-
teer personnel of his divi-
sion. Miller was responsible
also for involvement of a
number of new people in the
work of CJA. many of lead-
ership calibre.
I'nder Millers direction,
the Accountants Division has
now moved swiftly and easi-
ly ahead of its pledge totals
of last year, chalking up an
approximate increase of 40
percent in giving to CJA. In-
gradients ol the strong show
ing were, undoubtedly, the
advance planning, effective
recruitment and training,
and smooth execution of the
solicitation program Most
important, the chairman's
personal attention to each la
cet made sure of the final
outcome.
Miller is both a CPA and
attorney and. in his twin pro-
fessional role, finds limited
time for extra curncular ac-
tivities He calls CJA his
"No. 1 interest."
He was co-chairman of the
Accountants Division in 1960.
and has worked six years in
CJA campaigns. He is vice
president of the Da.e county
chapter. Florida Institute of
CPA'S, and a member of the
national membership com-
mittee of the American Insti-
tute of CPA'S.
He belongs to Tau Epsilon
Rho. international legal fra-
ternity, and is a member ol
the Florida Bar and the
American Bar ASSH
Typical of the new genera
t'on of community leadership
in the "soaring '60s," Miller
is motivated by a deep
seated desire to build a bet-
Ter place to live for his own
Reform Judaism Plans Campaign
Leaders of American Reform Ju- ___
HOWARD N. MILLtR
family, and for his neighbors.
CJA gives him this oppor-
tunity of serving.
CJA has asked a busy man
to do a job. and he's doing it.





Harman to Join Eban Saturday
At Israel Bond Inaugural Meet
daism will attend a dinner Satur-
day. Mar. 11, at the Americana
hotel to launch the 1961 campaign
of the development fund for Amer-
ieafl Judaism. *"
Dr. Nelson Glueck. president of
the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, and Dr. Mau .
rice N. Eisendrath. president of the ,
Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, will be guests of the <
er Miami committee of the develop-
ment fund. Sam C. Levenson is
chairman
Principal speaker will be Rab-
bi Edgar F. Maonin, of Wilsh're
Boulevard Temple, Los Angeles,
one of the largest Jewish congre-
gations in the Western world.
Included in the capital program
which the development fund sup-
ports is a camp in this region for
youth of the Reform movement. A
500-acre site has been purchased,
and work is proceeding with the
construction of the camp.
The campaign, now in its second
year, principally raises funds for
the campuses of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion
in Cincinnati. New York, and Los
Angeles, where spiritual leaders of
the Reform Jewish movement are
trained. __________________
Frank Grossman. Milwaukee:
Harry dolt. Max Steinberg and
Sam Steinberg. Montreal: Morn-;
Kaufman and Leon Weinstein. To-
ronto; Archie Dover. Cornwall. On-
tario; and Mitchell Franklin. S*.
John. New Brunswick.
To Live in Hearts We Leivt
Behind ... Is to Lite Forever)
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ISAAC POSEN, 12 Noon
MOUIE NOSNITSKY, 1 p.m.
Rabbi Dcnd Lehrj
ESTA GREENBERG 2 p.ir
Rjbbi B. Lion If:.
t. Nebo Cemetery
DONAID GOLDSMITH, 11 am.
Rabbi .\f rrii W d
EDITH KANOEl, 2 p.m.
"May Their Souls Rt
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Continued from Page 1-A
ship of Samuel Rothberg, national j
chairman of the conference, and;
Louis H. Boyar. Los Angeles lead- j
it. aa vice chairman, the top cate-
gory of Bar Mitzvah Trustees. $13.-
000 purchasers, has been producing
dramatic results.
It is expected that ry Saturday ,
evening's dinner, the inaugural
quota of Sl3.000.u00 will have been
reached in pre-eonferenee sales for
this year, in which the Israel Bond;
drive will be called upon to provide
about S80.ooo.oou for every phase
of Israel's industrial and agricul-
tural development.
Persons who subscribe $1,300 or
mure to e 1981 campaign will be
eligible to purchase tickets for the
fashion show and Bar Mitzvah din-
ner Men in this division arc known
.is Bar Mitzvah Guardians and
women as Bar Mitzvah Sponsors.
Among the national leaders at
the helm of the vigorous inaugu-
ral push are Ira Guilden. co-chair,
man of the conference committee;
Abraham Feinberg, president of
the Israel Bond Organization; Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president;
and Julian B Venezky. national
chairman for regions.
Sales activities ol the Women's
Division are being directed by Mrs
Jan Peerce, national chairman,
with the aid of Mrs. Lewis Gold-
1 berg, of Boston, national vice
chairman, and Mrs. Louis Harris,
co-chairman of the women's drive
in Philadelphia.
Many organizations and eommu-
; nity divisions have been engaged
in the far-reaching, pre-conference
program. Among leaders in this
phase have been Harry Frankel
and Bernard Davidson, of New
York; Abe S. Kay and N. M. Co-
hen, of Washington. D. C ; Sidney
Ansin, William Bornstein. Jack
Popick and Jacob Rifkin. of Mi-
ami; Col. Jacob M Arvey. Max
Breeder and Louis /.aim. of Chi-
cago; Mortimer May. Nashville.
Sam Steinbaeh. Baltimore, lrwin
Conn, Detroit; Morris Shenker, St.
Louis; Meyer Adleman and Philip
Zinman. Camden. N. J
Sol Berger. Jersey City; Law-
rence Schaiht and Bernard Striar.
Newark. N .1 ; Irving N'orry and
Abraham FeinMoom, Rochester.
X. Y ; Max Apple and Leonard
Ratner. Cleveland; Samuel Tabas.
Philadelphia; Abraham Banchek
and Samuel Hnreluk. Pittsburgh;
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TALES OF MORALS
A rabbi Irks mtt confronted with
i icrv difficult question. There
came to him a young married couple
li'iih a most disturbing problem. Ii
Item* that their first-born son had
iu.t arrived and the question o/
taming the child threatened-doim
|C bliss. "The father insisted that he
e named after his father, and the
nther insisted l^il the child be
med after her father.
What wa.\ your father's name'"
\e asked the proud father. "Na-
him. he amu-ered. "And u-hat
your father's name'" he asked
mother. "Nachim.". she replied.
hen, u'hat is the problem'"
"\\ ell .vou >rt rabbi." replied the
Other, m\ late deceased father. I
blessed memory, was a fine
rhi'lar and upstanding individual, I
lit my late fathecin-lau' teas a
P'.. tin.
I Th< rabbi pondered (he situation
tlu ii replied: "I suggest
U name him .\achini and
die the reyt to time. If the child
iti .i hi '.. and an up
then he u'dl b,
,,: .. t< i h > maternal grand-
' ei but i] t>u>s into .i tl
i yi u i< ill ^noui thai he- has
i ;_:..; ,:;er his pate
{MORAL: \\" an .;. com'
h :'.i :;..:... ., -u.
;erew L-on ors.i/ion
] ? g n n j 173
A 92. ^aU OfJHiamis Wjif,
ions
Xife
Performance of a Religious
Act Marked by Intention
By RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO
Beth David Congregation
I wonder how many of us realize
how dependent we really are on the
services and activities of others?
One of the most widespread busi-
ness activities in the United States
is service. Countless millions of
people arc daily employed in sup-
plying services and ministrations
of various kinds. More often than
not. we rely on others for the per-
formances of services we cannot
do for ourselves or as well as
others.
While it U true and certain that
we as human beings cannot escape
legating to others authority with
which we ourselves are charged,
yel SO otfen we take the course of
leasl resistance. There arc. for
example, parents who do not at-
tend religious services themselves
hut send their children instead.
There are people who tell me that
1 should pray for them. too. as
they are too busy to "daven" them-
selves.
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AGUDATH
Orthodox.
SRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Rabbi Isaac Ever.
RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO
... being a man
i& njjirnn jn-na
50 may ns1? .naop ddi
t:t tt: t : : :
nXIpaH) TNQ nDWD HJ
so .n-tPM""rax niyam
do3 "wo ina i^y ,v
2jpin1? iDpn ntyangi
rrnon^o ^y nsrTn
iisnn *?K"iftr "?# in
t t : *
V*p iinstfoi ,np1mn ]o*n
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Q3 ygtf? n| ,ots nx
TE .Vlp7\ f*lH ^X
mrui ni"inx ninstfa
t ~: t
pa scno*? mo nnp
to DTZ-mn D-MJ .rp
10 ,n3Do-^3 jilea
t : :
ira o^nn nx i^n
i?n nfrsa rrixn mso
: t -:- t t : :
.mixn nx ijin
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1SIATI0N -
festival of Light and Power
5tant Yemen. Saadya Zadok
a small paraffin lamp In
f him stood a very primi-
achme (called Null and
of >heeps wool. Saadj a
very quickly at the ma-
d the bundles were trans-
into woollen threads.
ews of Israel's war of lib-
reached distant Yemen,
Saadya family accompa-
a number of friends left
n by night to get a plane
ploly Land. Together with
milies, the Saadya family
at the moshav of Givat
In the new houses they
ds, kitchen utensils, a par-
p and other equipment.
pan life in Israel. Saadya
er became a farmer who
soil.
Cafl Bied by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
icants for clothes are imesti-
not applicants for food.
BABA BATHRA.
Ofttimes. when a child (a little girl) is to be named at a service, a
parent will give us the rush act, and in hurried tones say "I will not be
able to make it. You, Rabbi, take care of it for me."
To shift the burden of observance and practice to others is to de-
vitalize Judaism of all significance and meaning in our lives. The per-
formance of a religious act should be accompanied by "Kavanah," that
is. intention and inwardness. This can only be attained by the person
involved himself. The rabbis of the Talmud (Pirke Aboth 2:6), in a
striking passage, provide us with a revealing insight and guidance for
our contemporary' world. Bcmakom sh'een anoshim hishtadel lihyot
ish." "Where there are no human beings be thou a man." Where de-
cency and good tastes are disappearing, where improprieties are ram-
pant, you try to remember what is right, good and proper. "Zai a men-
tch." "Be a man"regardless of what others are doing.
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
JTA
; It it absolutely necessary for a
Jewish grave to have a tomb-
stone that stands upright?
The essential requirement ac-
cording to basic Jewish tradition
i.- that the grave be marked so
; that no one would step upon it and
: so that no Kohen would come near
, it. Whether the harker or tomb-
stone should be upright -or flat up-
on the grave is a matter of custom.
i: interesting to note that while
Ashkenazi Jews usually place the
tombstone in an upright position,
i the Sephardi Jews were in the hab-
:; .I placing the stone flat upon the
graveusually covering the whole
e. The reason for this differ-
enci is not too well known.
According to seme, the Scphai-
their stones Hal down up-
,< -rave because they wished
deviate from what became a
ce in placini
an upright pi
vritt rs feel '.h.<: both prac-.i-
i ,.,-. i e utgrowth of the
i H' building a
tructure over the grave hav-
o<>:h horizontal' and vertical
; components.
*
Why do mourners traditionally
change their seats in the syna-
gogue?
A number of reasons are ad-
{vanced for this practice Accord-
I ing to some opinions this is done
because of the original tradition
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ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
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Rabbi David Hcrfon
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CONTRIBUTORS
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Tales of Moral
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Gems of Wisdom
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CANDUUGHTING Tim
15 Adorr 6:09
whereby one would change his di-
rection in entering the Holy Tem-
ple in Jerusalem when a tragedy
had occurred in his family (Middot
2:2; S-machot 6).
Others say this is reflected in
the special gate which was as-iyn
cd to the entry of mourners in the
Holy Temple (Soferim 19). If these
two reasons are followed the mo-
tive for this practice would be so
that the public would notice who
was in mourning and would offer
sympathy and condolences. In
some synagogues there was a spe-
cial place for the mourners to sit.
Still others claim that the practice
.row out of another custom. When
the Chief Rabbi of the community
passed away (Ab Beth Din) his
students and disciples would |
change their places in the study
hall (Mo'ed Katan 22b).
The reason for this was to have
the students feel grief over the
passing of their master. Further-
more, it was a sign of respect to
the deceased lecturer. Also, it
made the disciples cognizant of the
need to exchange courtesies with
one another instead of jockeying
for position in the new administra-
tion. From this, some claim, de-
veloped the custom of having the
mourners change their seats in the
synagogue.
Kiiiiny 6:i."> p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: tStianxe ijoum, i.i.j i .....
Bei.....n: "Materialism Verxua Spiilt-;'
nalisni."
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 8:18 n *n, ., Mltsvah: Mark, m.ii .if .Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Tyteii, wno win i;>si Uiien
Shabbat ami Klcldush.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcn Schiff.
h'rlda> 6 i> m Sirmnn "A Purlm Men-
BHB-e for iur I lay." Klaterh.....i wil bi
honon d. Satin day s :3i> a.m Bh i
Mltsvah: Paul, .-"ii of Mr. and Mm
Murraj lii-in..-; Richard, son of Mr
1111*1 M > s. I lowu r ----
BETH EMETH. 122^; ".'W 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi'David W. Her-
son. Cantor Hyman Fein.
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
---- ----
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
------m -----
BETH KODESH, 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
---- -----
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
---------
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky
---- ----
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
h'rlday 8:15 p.m. QreeUnga by Mrs.
Herbert Teltaner, prealdeni of Mollle
Kahaner Sisterhood, which will par-
ticipate i" w r\ icaa.
---------
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
Prlday s p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser-
mon: 'I'm lion of ihi Week."
------
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Prlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Purlm was
yvxterday, Sow is it Today?" Satur-
day 9 a in Bar Mltavah: Howard, aon
of Mr. and Mrs. I.inn floldber*. who
will host Ones Shabbal and Kldduah.
---------
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor
Emanuel Mandel-
Kriday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "What
Should I Do a- .i Jew?" 8aturda> '
a.m. Sermon: "Purlm, Civilisation -
Inspiration." Bar Mltsvah: Jaffrey,
son of Ml anil Mis. Sun Oltchlch
FLAGLERGRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi
Conservative. Cantor Fred Bernstein. I
Prlda) S:13 and 8:13 p.m. ones Shabbal
hoata: KlairU-r (Iranada Jewish Center
Senior Friendship Group, btaturda} ;
I mi.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
----
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st., Hia-
leah.
f rlda} s is n m Sei mon: l lcalth>
Hatred," Rabbi William Sajowlts,
Southeaal dlrectoi of run.....: Amer-
ican Hebrew Conffrefl itlona
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Motion.
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
I- rlda> ": i"' and vir. p m Krrmoi
"iCxttndlna Brotherhood." Onejj Shab-
bat boats: Men 'lub.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Prlda) > rmon "Th< htt rj
of I'm Im Sal ii'ii.>
H. C ii \V< Ki ep li
imentt
GEMS OF WISDOM
Have we not all one father1 Ha.-
iiot one God created U*?
MALA! II M
* *
Behold how good tind how flc-us
urn ii it for brethren to dicrll to-
gether in unity. psai M8.

Hi :tr a neij;lir>i>r who It near
than ,i brother far off. PROVERBS.
In yean of f>o-f,->::\ urn be-
come brothers, GEN, k

\aturi Iioj mi ther-liije borne and
. ed -II men a\i\e. and created
I'll n o
*
fmplicil in H' > t> belie I
in human brotherhood which clinnoi
be reconciled with racial or sectar-
ian enmities. Indeed it may he said
that the world ,i> a whole hu noi
Vet riven to ilie height of this areai
Hebraic argumenl RELBIl
* t
In the Titanic tragedy, all creeds
were ai last united in the brother-
hood of Death lj one could only
hope /or a brotherhood of Life.
N. STRAUSS,
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION..
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional.
Pi Ida) I ;
tlitsvnh Robert, i Ml
Mi- Jai k U Byer. Ital I I
i.. vitan will offli
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Eth
t. Conservative. Rabbi Maur.ce
Klein.
Prlda) i.'i i' it Out i i -r w
Ivan Hoy, ha rn in >i I
i.. ...ii .: i L'nlverait) ol Mian 111
-i,. ak on Oui Reap m i llli ,.- :.. me
Aiinihii Ones Shabbal boat a: Mr.
and Mrs Daniel Hechtman, religious
chairman; Mr. and Mrs Alex Marcus,
president, Sisterhood Saturda) 9 a.m
Bar Miizvah: March, s.,m .,i \'i and
Mrs, Daniel Hechtman, who will host
Klddush.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 232C
NE 171st st. Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
Prlday 8 p.m. Sermon: "The Image of
t Leader." Saturday 8 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., S Miami. Rerorm Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1728 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreiber.
Prlday s p.m. Saturday 8 a.m,
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chad
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Davla Convlser.
F Iday v*i"' p.m. Sermon: 'W Icomi
Back, Ambassador Ebba Eban." sn i -
lii-day 10:46 a.m. Bar Mltsvah; Lau-
rence, son i.i Mr and Mrs, A Victor
It til,, i'. Richard, son ol Mr ami Mis.
Harold /.inn.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Krlday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Prayer la
i in- Space Age "
TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Prlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: How Can
the Hanian* and Hltlera be Prevenl
. ii"' Candle Bleaalns and Kldduah:
Mi- Prances Elman in honor of Bar
Mltsvah of son, David, on Saturda)
10: 10 .im
TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St.
Conservative, haitoi Nn>er Auram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Prlday 8:13 p.m. Saturda} '' a m Ser-
mon: "Portion of the i..n\ Bar Mlts-
vah Harry, son ,.f Mr. and Mrs San-
fonl Jacobaon.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallnch.
Prlday v 13 p.m. Kermon: "Imprea-
fi mn ., i ::.::. \ -ii Sal urdaj
11 a.m
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabOl
Leo Heim.
\\ hen -
ish Won n A -1'ir i" Spiritual
Height* rl.....I will purl Iclpate
i Ones Shabbal
- -. I* Idolal i y
.....
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TEMPLE ZAMOR*. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
Woman'h
Role in Human C Mi ssage
fri 'ii \' pref Idenl of
-. i .:11 .i.t hosts Sal
, \ sei on Porl i i of
he ^^
TEMPLE ZION. 5'20 SW 17th St.
Conservative":" Ratbi Alfred Wix-
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
Prlday v SO p.m. Bermon: "Accenl on
Voutn." Oneg Shabbat h"-is Bister-
hood, in honor of Tlkvah group ln-
-t.illation of B'nal B'nth QlrTa. Satur-
da} 9 a ni Sermon: "Creating a Tra-
dition Kiddunh hOStSi Mr and Mrs-.
M. \v> in in in.nor of forthcomlns wed-
ding of son, Jerry, to Miss Sandra
II.ut.
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger.
Frldaj s 15 p.m. Bermon: Woman In
Judaism." Baa Mltsvah Judy, iiiiugh-
ter "f Mr and Mrs Raymond Mints,
win. win host cor Shabbal Saturday
9 a.m.

YOUNO ISRAEL. >" ~F **1af .
Orthofix. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber*


Pcqe 14-A
>Jenit ncridinun
Friday. March 2
1961
Browsing With Books:
By HILARY MINDLIN
**
The Character of the Little Man With the Sad Eyes
THE HUNTER. By Tuviah Friedman. Edited and trans-
lated by David C. Gross. 287 pp. New York: Doubleday
and Company, Inc. $3.95.
IJw, WITH THE trial of Adolf Eichmann only six weeks
" away, here is the book for which we have waited. It
is written by the man who made Eichmann his own private
obsession, who for fifteen years painstakingly collected
every document and every fact, traced every rumor which
might lead to the murderer of six million Jews. Year in
and year out, first in Europe and then in Israel, long after
everyone had forgotten, he pursued his solitary search. He
badgered officials and nagged secretaries: he wrote let-
ters and made long, dusty journeys to anyone who might be
interested enough to help.
Tuviah Friedman did not participate in the actual cap-
ture of Eichmann. I-ogend has it that when Eichmann was
first seized near his home in Argentina and told that his
captors were Jews who had been looking for him for a
long time, he fainted. When he was revived, he looked
around him and said, Which one of you is Friedman?" The
story may not be true; what is true is that to Tuviah Fried-
man, the hunter, belongs every bit of the honor and every
shred of glory. He alone sustained a remembrance of
things past; he alone produced the atmosphere in Israel
which made the capture possible; in the face of humili-
ation and mockery, he persisted in his lonely mission.
For fifteen relentless years, Friedman worked with-
out the slightest clue to Eichmann's whereabouts. He did
not even know that Eichmann was still alive; he just had
a feeling that he was and if he were somewhere on the
face of the earth, that he would someday find him. When
the due finally came, it came to Friedman. Interestingly
enough, it was wrong. (Most of the books on Eichmann re-
'
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^
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Israels Successes in the African World
Washington
ISRAELI kibbutzniks. in blue den-
Ima, are digging drainage ditches
ami winning friends in new African
- where American diplomats
are tipping cocktails at air-condi-
tioned parties. That is a picture
conveyed by Dr. Thomas Patrick
Melady. former United States Point
d to establish close personal relations with the
African Leaders." has just been issued.
Dr. Melady. now director of Duquesne Univer-
sity's Institute of African Affairs, wants American.- to
understand the new African personalities and ex-
plosive forces in the changing continent Involved
in the future of the 240 million African- emerging in
over 30 new nations is Israels fate and possibly
America*! own destiny.
The issue is crucial for Israel, dependent on the
United Nations votes of new African states The UN
General Assembly now has 99 members. Many are
hyte African nations proclaiming neutrality in
the East W II -truagle. Some are so tiny that they
Oversows Newsletter: By ELIAHU SAIPETER
On the Globke Affair
J< rus ,lom
A REPORT FROM Haifa that Adolf
n refused to answer ques-
the wi rtime acth ities of Dr.
- Globke. presently State Secretary
rman C h a n cell o r Konrad
- i'ii by man} obs< rvers in
Jerusalem as substantiating some of the
ins about the circlea tbat stand
imann- defense counselor. When Dr. Servatius
offered his services to the Eichmann family and allegedly
hardly discussed any financial questions with them, it was
:hat among those on whom he coin.!- to finance
the defense are former Nazis, interested th.it Eichmann
should keep silent about their past activitii -
Eichmann was quoted as saying that he would not
the questions about Dr. Globke "on advice irom his
defense counsel Dr Golbke was a higl- of the
Nazi Ministry of Interior in Germany and was charged
vrith responsibility for preventing the departure of ten
thousand Jews from German occupied Greece and hj\inu
d !<> German concentration camps, instead.
Th< Gl bke affair" is only one of the many issues on
which Eichmann could give decisive testimony both n
Nazis ix w i| ain In publit life in W I
Gennai n irding politicians and public officials
in occupied countries oi Europe who coUaborati I
the \ / ; becOfl ing thus, rather obvious thai the
i to pul Eichmann on
pent r to a special category <-f problems
which ;t did not foresee when Eichmann was brought to
Israel.
Mo- recently the questions of conducting
w Government quickly agreed to pay Servatius $20,000 for
his services and expenses. The Israel public did rot tike
B idea and only few people realized that the sum involve!
was quite reasonable for that kind of legal work. When
Servatius who is given to theatrical actions suddenly
left Israel protesting the rule that he cannot see his client
privately, the indignation among the Israel public in-
creased. Again, it was not realized that what Servatius is
doing is actually in accordance with the professed, aim of
brae* to give Eichmann a trial at which all the condi-
tions "of fair legal procedure will be observed and re-
spected Thus Servatius is apparently determined to use
aD the techniques at a lawyer's disposal to defend his
client The Israel authorities did find an arrangement to
enable Servatius to talk to Eichmann in private but still
maintaining surveyance and separations they deemed
nwsarr because of security considerations: Eichmann
and Servitius spoke over a microphone through a thick
glass .wall
are not yet shown on maps; but their votes count
equally with the Great Powers.
Israel is blockaded and boycotted by the Mos-
lem states dominating North Africa. She is denied
Suez Canal transit by Nasser's United Arab Repub-
lic. She is cut off from Moroccan Jewry by an I--
lamic iron curtain. Therefore, her quest for friend-
ship in Negro Africa is crucial.
Dr. Melady speaks with the sincerity of a Catho-
lic layman devoted to bringing human rights and
dignity to an exploited continent. In comments
amplifying his book. Dr. Melady pointed out that
"the Israelis go to great lengths to cultivate their
relations with Africans. In a city like Acera. Ghana,
where there are 26 foreign embassies, it is eas\ for
an attache to spend his entire time in a round of
cocktail parties where he sees everybody but Afri-
cans. The Israelis, in contrast, seem to have little
time for cocktail patties."
"The entire Israeli staff from the Ambassador
down make personal family friends with Africans,
he .-aid. "They meet in each other's home- This
gives the Israelis a better knowledge of the people
and results in many real friendships."
On his .African tours as a U S. Official, Dr Melady
Observed "Israeli activity in many fields. For a
decade the Israelis have been developing technical
enterprises roads, buildings, industries, and new
trade- in Africa and. nio-t important, educate: a!
programs for Africans. All this is u-eful expcrie-
for American- to study."
Dr Meladj told of Ann near: preoccupation with
blocking Soviet atategy in Africa. 'Today," lie .....I,
we lire also becoming more mindful of the welfare
and needs of the peoples ol Africa. This has evi
en a genuint concern of the Israeli M
than any other singU factor, it is the key to tin ir
success there."
According to this expert on Africa, "the. Israeli
achievement in Africa is a Striking example of what
can be done with enthusiasm, know-how. and vei*3
little money. Doubtless there is both political and
business motivation behind these I-raeh enterprises
in Africa and why not?"
He noted that Israel desperately needed friends
abroad Israeli hard work, he said, resulted m the
fact thai half a dozen nations today in Africa re<
nize gratefully that the Israelis were among the
fust to help them and are still at it."
Israel's "peace corps" was in action long In-fore
the term occurred to Washington speech-writers
Rugged kibbutsniks, rejecting racism, reached Afri-
hearts. "On the -core of willingness to adapt
to rugged living conditions and in recognizing the
Foui official in Africa, whose new book. "Profiles of
All lean-, we Americans can learn from the Israelis,"
said Dr Melady.
fiefween you and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
cently glutting the stalls have it all wrong, too.) But th
wide publicity which Friedman got on the tip th.,; EicJ
mann was in Kuwait brought a rash of letters to the Ha-si
Institute for the Ducumentation of Nazi War Crimes whi j
Friedman directs. And then there arrived a letter rrom
never-named correspondent a Jew postmarks 3ueJ'
Aires and the game was over.
The book is Friedman's autobiography, and : f,,
half, dealing with his remarkable escape from a "concm!
tration camp and his career with the Polish securitj fon
in charge of rounding up former Nazis. is strangely jm.
personal. There is iittle of what the man himself is |(fe
almost as though he were simply marking time in a pre'
occupied kind of prelude. Then he reaches Israel ,nd be I
gins his single-minded saga and the book fla ,"
sudden life.
The character of the little man with the sad ..< be-1
gins to imprint itself on every page, and the bo takes I
on a tension and a fever. He is outspoken about .me .i I
the Israeli bureaucracy, and understandably bitter abuut I
the treatment he received, but, even in the hour of hk I
triumph and his vindication, he is never vicious in hat
criticism. It is only when he speaks from the ha 9
core of anger and sorrow which burned in him a these I
vears 'hat one senses the hunter within the man when I
he writes of all the Nazis who still live among us, a I ivhei |
he speak- oi Eichmann. k<
"Like a frightened animal, he slinked out of sigh .....I
ing to hide his miserable carcass. He lived und<
false names, always fearful of a strange footfall. In I i 2
Argentine, he holed himself up like a frightened
in a house without running water. H. he
could so that he could rise still another day and see the I
sun shine. But for six million innocent people, he blotted I
out the sun forever." r
OH the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
>N
A Chassidic Dilemma *
r<>
THE TITLE of this column is d< rptive. e*J
a semantic illusion, for what follows I
:- not a story about a square or -.i iarc- Jci
The squaretown we have r. nur.
intended to conjure up idle talk I j|'(
and learning. Moreover, the nan if the aal
.town has nothing to do with squares a> H
we understand the word or ..- ui "ir.
4
ard dictionary define.- it. Our square
town derives from chassidic sources, or. rather
chas.-idic "geza," -cement the Square r : m
The Squarer Chassidim of our story for ;
WiUiamsburg. Brooklyn, abode of the at
as the residents of that quaint area hi
called. But times change, and change apparent!) is nos
hi up with WiUiamsburg, too. or at least -imea
the Squarer Chassidim. Williamsbur
on against strange win.'- Now
fear wtside contamination and the dehi i
that is u afted in from the evil envir
To defeat the- impact of modernism i i
the Squarer i in 1954 opened a < I
county, and named it New Squan
passed, the I basaidim realized that tht
panacea, and thej decided to change its sti i
which would give them wider latitude
adoption ol ordinance- designed to ma '
facade of its residents But Ramapo's ""'
not have it. claiming that establishment
Milage would inconvenience other resident- n
Chassidic colonists claim that the > a
a village status precise!} because it wouli
pa.v- Sabbath law.- to protect the unique character of their
community. Buttressing their claim to s""1
they point to precedence in New Jer.-e> wh< i
belonging to Methodist groups have bet n ed to b
Sunday traffic, entertainment and other Sut
ioi -
Several of the opponents, among th< in who now
could not possibly be accused ol anl
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major Jewish organizations engaged in
combatting anti-Semitism. It is also
challenging the National Community Re-
lations Advisory Council which coordin-
ates the activities of national and local
agencies fighting bigotry. This, despite
the fact that the JWV is itself affiliated
with the National Community Relations Advisory Council.
The issue centers around the question of whether or
not Jewish organizations should seek or support group libel
legislation as measures against anti-Semitic agitators. All
of the most important Jewish organizations are on record
as opposing such legislation. They came to this decision
after years of study and discussion, and after a detailed
examination by qualified lawyers of group libel legislation
specifically.
The consensus was that such legislation could bring
TH
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more harm than good in the fight against t0M *'h
themselves to libel ol .lews as a group ll ucv WB:
is no difference of opinion between the Arnt-rican ^
Committee and the American Jewish Congress 'hicft Ski
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often differ in their judgment of problem!' Nr l?
any difference of opinion with regard to this F' l,c-\ ghajj
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The only exception now is the Jewish .NV''r,\^"jiit|iM
part of the Anti-Defamation league of B'nai
Jewish Labor Committee and the many loci!
cies throughout the country engaged in chcckiru
Semitism.
r Vet
which announced that it favors group libel !,-'sla. h Wigffl
will campaign for its enactment. Why t*< ,cv*.jL1u^H
Veterans should feel itself mote expert on croup
than any of the more important Jewish tT^n" iBuBl
difficult to understand. At any rate, the Jw* tcf ti bi
that each of the judgments advanced by all e _. t|
difficult to understand. At any rate, the Ju\
by all tl
bodies against group hoe1
resentative Jewish
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No 6IC 1684
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24ri s.-. :i.' T.-'i.-t llulldlnx, Mi-
Florida, ami to fill- tlie orHtinal in
office, of the C'erk of the Circuit
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before .N March 1981. otlier-
th allei;-itiiin* of -iid Complaint
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E. U, I.KATHKKMAN. clerk,
ClroorK'onrt. PiiJh <'..nnty, Florida
By: K M. I.YMAN
Deputv Clerk
X/M. 3/:t-i0-l"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 51928
IN RE: Estate of
SACI. ASIIK-KNA7.V. also km.-mi
at S ASHKEN \/.V. sometlmex
known a-SASilA ASHK i:\.\ZV.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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the undersigned deslrins to onmm- in
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NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
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business under the fictitious num.. of
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Dade County intends to register said
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court of Dade County, Florida.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 51964-C
In RE: Estate of
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..fin in ihe ('..in.i- i '....ii ih..u
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date
first publication hereof, or ii>e same
will be i... i i
Sll 'NET R VY.Mi >XD
An--ill irj Executor
\i;iiiii: i. CKisiiMAN -
Attoi.....-
'. i i. in oln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
2 Jl. :: '3-10-17
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE SCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 51245-C
IN RE: Estate of
BEATRICE Itnss
i Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim- or Demand* Agii isl Sa I
Estate
You, a nd each of you. a I
not ii i. ii ami required to '- i
cla iins a ii.i .!. in.i nds w i1.. !' >
either of you, ma- lias. .:, .
.i of BEATRH 'i: : i .- |
Ii......i i '.i.i- i '..iin;-. I lorld .
Hon. c orge T. Clark Coui ludce of
1 'ountj. and flli tin nann In his
offh in the '.urn- in
I lade '...ni- Floi I
calendai months fro if the
first publication hei eof S c-lali
or demands to contain : l lega ad
dress ni the r-lalmnnt and to be sworn
nd present i
n ill lie iiai-.-.l
Dated Fehruarj 13, A.D
LAl'RA BEI !. \- Bxi
the l. W'ill and Ti -' i'i t.i i.i"
BEATRICE Ross |i. ------1.
BEN ESSEN
Attorne) for Execul rlx
101 I S. ybold Bldy.. Miami. Fla.
. 17-34 .: -i-l"
_^^ NOTICE UNDER
"^FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DOCTORS' MEDICAL CENTER al
corner of East 4th Avenue *. East
Uth Str.et. Hlaleah. Florida intend t..
register said name with the C'erk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WAYNE S RIKiERS
Mll.LK'ENT B. ROGERS
norman hash
barbara nash
JOSEPH H Rl'I'NICK
in iRIS RVDNICK
H ROP.ERT KOLTNOW
Attorn, tor Itoiiers and W i
Hash and Wife. Riidi.k and Wife
829 W. Flakier SI reel
Miami, Florid
2 17-24. J-lfl
B*
THX COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
N AND FOfl DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. S2012-C
Estate of
[VTD KAPLAN uka DAVID
LAN and/or DAVID D.
AN.
Paoeased
?IOTICE TO CREDITORS
^^Adltois and All Persons Hav-
ms or lie-nan Is AKalnst Said
ou ar* here!.- notified and required
prgaent an- .-I n-.- and demand*
u mn\ hive asainst the es-
01 DAVID KVPl.AN aka DAVID
\N unl'or DAVID D. KAP-
deceased late of Dude County.
, to the Co'inty Judges of Dade
and file the same in their
In the Count) Courthouse in
inly. Florida, within eight
dar n\onth.:< from the date of the
public.,' "i the same
battarred
JAMES .1. KAPLAN
i'E, FIM I'"' iR.MAN
ys
.ngres- I'iibl.
unl32, Fla. 1 H I "171
.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 1592
ANNETTE Hi'SSEY.
Plaintiff.
vs.
ROBERT JOHN HUSSET,
I >efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERT JOHN HUSSET
c/o Waggoner
62." Kenmore Drive
BaO Gabriel, California
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
fileii against you and you are require*!
to serve a copy of your Answer there-
to upon Plaintiff's Attorney EDWIN
D. COLEN. 2310 Givllano Avenue.
c,nI Gables 34. Florida, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
20th day of March. 1961: otherwise
the allegations of said Complaint will
be taken as confessed by you.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court at Miami. Dade County. Florida
this l'-th day of February. A.D. 1961.
E. B. LEATHER-MAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: N. A. HEWBTT
Deputy Clerk
2/17-24,3/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name 01
MAGIC WASH at 7::i N W HJiid St..
Miami. Florida intend to register sii.l
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
BRl'No PEATCH 80 ,......i
El sie PEATCH :,n', owner
col,dm.w a. GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Rejrlstrant
2303 West Flagler street
Miami 35, Fla.
I Jl. 3 ::-lo-i7
2/24. 3/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
.lames Mullane-' und Max C. I'ndorfer,
Hr a partnership, d/b/a Federal Met-
als' \... at 27K2 N.W. North River
Drive Miami, Florida intend to reg-
Ujtei said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
JAMES MI'LIJVNEY
MAX C l'NI>ORF'F7R. SR
WKl.l.ISCH. DOHOHFTRTY & ZAIAC
Attorneys for James Mullaney
and Max C Cnd.rfer. Sr.
1414 Congress Building
Miami. Florid. 2/24, 3/3.10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the under.signed, dessiring to engSJjni in
business under the fictitious name ol
THE MAD SAINT at 7000 B.W. 87th
Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
I.OCKAS KTRIAKOS
KESSI.ER. CARS & ROTH
Attorneys for Applicant
1898 s.w. 1st Street
Miami. Florida
2/24. 3/::-l0-l7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 1008
ANNA GREKNKLATT COHAN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAX COHAN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
TO: MAX COHAN, defendant
3206 Tyler Ktreet. Apt. No. 204
Detroit.18. Michigan
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Annulment has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. PALIX>T,
SILVER. PAUX>T. STERN A MINTZ.
317 Blscayne Building. Miami 32. Flor-
ida and file the original .Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 20th
day of March, 1*81. If you faH to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
...n-h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JF'.WISH F*LORlDlAN.
IX>NF: AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lath day of February,
A.D. 1981.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN
1 >eputy clerk
Ballot, Silv-r, Ballot. Stern & Mints
'.\- Bi-,iyne B.ldg. Miami 32, F'la.
B) : Sam I. Silver.
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/17-24. 3'3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. .
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 51521 C
IN RE Estate of
LEN \ DI Wi >\ i
Di-cei
NOT'CE TO CRED TORS
md A
. ... 11. i nd a Said
i Istati
You a
time i
which i' have at estati
of LENA DIAMOND di
I
Judgi
sain., in thell iff/Ices ll Con
i 'ourthouse in 1
I within lain i ilen lar m
date of the first pub lent lot
or the same *
BEN DI \ mi >X ', Exe I r
THEI RE 11SHER
A tt.H
161 j < 'ongress Building
Mi mil 32. Florida
J IT-24, :: '.-lf'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 51684-C
IN RE: Estate of
ZELLA AGNES BERN'S
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T>> All creditor- .md All Person Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
Vou are herebj notified and required
to present nj claims and demand*
which -on ma- have against the estate
..f ZELLA AGNES BERN'S deceased
late ol Dude County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges of I'ade Count-, and
file the same m their offices In the
County Courthouse in Dade Count).
Florida, within eight calendar month-
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
SAM I SI EVER.
Admlnist'a tor
Paiiot. Silver, Ballot. Sterna Mints
Attorne) s
317 Blsca) lie Building
Miami. Florida
1/10-17-24, 1
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COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6'C "J08
MELFORT ANDRH
Plaintiff,
\ -
VIVIAN ANDRICH,
I >. i. n.i.i i.i
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: VIVIAN ANDRICH
4 IJ". 1 lainl.i in. Blvd
Norfolk, Vlrgli I
Ton are herebj notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
fi'.-.i against you, and j'ou aro required
to serve a cop) of j-our Answer Pleading to the BUI ..t Complaint on
the plaintiff* Attorney, Norm AN
MILLER, Ji SB. First Avenue. Mi-
ami 32, Florida und file the original
tnewer or Pleading In the offl.....f the
clerk ol the Circuit Court on or hf..r
the J'lth .la-- ..I March, 1061 If iu
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DONE \ND ORDERED it Miami,
Florida, this lath di of February,
\ 11 1961
E B, LEATHERN! vn Cli -k.
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N". > i'ni' s HERKIil that
daned, d i
business n l. r tin of
W.M.B.M
W.M.B..M !' ~ it
Dade Counl I
...
Court of D......
F'l.' 'KID \ E VST VS
BRo VIK' '>' '' INC.,
.. !"
SAM I SILVER ol
Pallot, Silver. Pa'l >'
Attorne) foi \ > cant
::i7 Hi-, i- u Iu ... -
n 1,3/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 51686 B
IN RE: Estate of
ii iNRAD LANDBLOM
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person Hav-
ing Claims or IVman.is Aguinst Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present ail) claims and demands
which )OU may have ai.-aiii.-t the estate
of CONRAD LANDBLOM deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, ami
file the same in their offices in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,-
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the dute of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
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Attorney
10.11 duPont Building
Miami X2. Florida
2/10-17-24.3/3
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nient Stores M ami Florida intend to
register said name with of
the Circuit Couri ol 0 ide I 'o 'niy.
Florida.
BAVMi IND II VRIt'S
HARRY WILLIAM K'OT- >K
Si lie '- n.'I -
Beigel. Teitelman \ A'h.-rt
Attorneys for Applies
1162 w Flaglei Si
' 2 10-17-24, J/8
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School Bill
(aaihc fprtaii
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By MAX LERNER
Outlook Dim for Gurion Coalition
~, ,v,u /iTiuThe leadership of the National Religious Party The Herut deputv urged lhail
TEL AVIV-(JTA)-TheJJJ en.Gurion for the formation of a a Premier-designate wa, unafcl
rejected this week the bid b David Be eg and the Arab, form a new Government ,,*
(,,allim(,lbinetcons,,^ M^u K rf ^ specified time after belBg J
deputies. The decision, by the NRT was aaopiea aDStentions. | by the Pres.den to make *M
party's central committee by a vote of eignUo seven wwn .____________ tempt tne Presult,|lt should ^ 1
other political leader to try,
The education bill will be passed. Yes. there will be carping and
eripine about it. and backing, and shadow-boxing with fake issuesbut
ft will be passed. If it isn't. I tear there will be a slaughter not of the
innocents but of the guilty-a slaughter at the Congressional polls 18
months from now.
I suggest that right now. not later, is the time to organize watch-
and-ward committees on the schools. Their job will be. in every state
and city Holster the backbone of the Congressman who is planning
to vote for it. and dissuade whoever is planning to be against It. and
make it clear to any hapless fence-sitter that these watch and ward
characters have a long, long memory.
As for the bill itself, it is terribly late compared with he Deed far
haste and terriblv little compared to the needs of the -schools. But it U
not too late to be hopeless nor too little to be negligible.
There is talk that the bill may fail because It wW be argued and
jostled to death between a mess of special interest group. Well. e
school youngsters are a group that holds a special UwMte^ofus-
.0 interest so special as to be overriding There has been M*hm
talk of how dearly we care about the young people who are the treasure
o America. If. after all that brave talk, we let |^ <**""**
o'.r inaction, then it will show how poorly as a people all of IN have been
educated in a single virtue-that of sheer honesty of heart.
_tv_ _^r a
NOW THERE ARE A COUPLE of real issues that have been raised
about the bill, and at least one big phony one^
One of the real issues is the failure of the bill to break the hold that
segregation stil. has on the school system The billI migto have with-
held federal funds from states that practice segregation, thereby pen:,
lirlng them where it hurst most in the pocketbook nerve. It doean t
d SThe real reason it doesn't is doubtless that if it did even the mod
erate Southern Congressman wouldn't dare vote for it and it would die
There i re respectable reason however than sheer opportumsm-
nameh that segregation is best fought directly, by civil right, legisla-
"orcou < demons, and Presidential orders rather than by bail J
legislative riders which can only victimize the school population .3 a
whole while failing to help the victim underdog groups.
This part of the bill is an expression of the highly pragmatic political
lactics and the basic conservatism of method of both President Kenne^
dv and Secretary Ribicoff. It would be hard to accuse either of them of
being a pussvfooter about Negro civil rights The worst you could accuse
them of is a'failure of nerve on the crucial moral issue of our time and
of poor judgement in believing that any educational ends can be truly
served if the means fall short of complete courage. That gets down to
a question of political style, not of moral integrity
One must add. for whatever it is worth, that the bill does protect the
Negro student as an individual when he is applying for a college scholar- ,
shS It provides the federal scholarship funds be withheld from any
state which discriminates against Negroes in granting the scholarships.
II is hard to see the Solomon like splitting of the baby between segrega- ,
t.on as part of the permitted local school system, and anti-Negro preju- .
dice against particular scholarship students. But there it is. The foot
a) in the door.
_ & NOW FOR THE SECOND real issuechurch-state relations. The
Presidents message pays homage to the constitutional principle of sepa-
ration, by saying that no federal funds can be used for church school
buildings or teachers salaries. This will raise an outcry from the con-:
servative wing of the Catholic Church establishment. But again, on
the question of scholarship grants to individual students, the grant will
be made to the student as such, and he is free to make his own choice of
a college The rub is. indeed, that when he makes it. the college-even
if it is a church schoolgets a supplementary grant to make up for the
extra burden he places on it.
This again is a foot in the doorthis time a pretty undesirable foot.
But I don't see how we can avoid the principle of letting the award fol-
low the student to whom it is made. By comparison with the Rockefel-
ler proposal for New York State, this part of the federal program seems
to me preferable.
Now for what strikes me as the big phony issuethat of control
There will be many Congressmen, and not from the South only, who
will lament the displacement of the sacred local controls by federal
controls. I have tried honestly and prayerfully to figure out what they
base this on. and I must confess failure.
On the question of the use of federal funds, the bill lets the indivi
dual state choose whether to DM them for school buildings or salaries
What could be less intrusive" True, on the issue of scholarships to stu-
dents it provides conditions under which the scholarships will be granted
or withheld, but they have to do with minimal standards of mtergrity.
and the pursuit of the broadly recognized aims ot educational aid. and
have nothing to do with federal power ________________________
coalition passed unani | fhe ,engthy delays which, he
on the de-
1 j prerogative of the *&
mouajy. ^TSSSSL^S not -aid. had made caretaker govern-! said the proposal
jfSrXai in a "narrow coal.-, ments virtually permanent admin-; edent in any Parliament. He
SmTlbSu senary-genera. Yo-j istrations. Israel has been gov-1 indicated that the Map.
sef Almogi said "this means
elec-
tions."
Meanwhile, Harut. tho General
Zionists and the Progressive
parry were reported lo be hold
ir.g discussion* on the possibil-
ity of forming a Liberal Front
to embrace all non-Socialist par-
ties as Israel's Government
crisis neared the end of its first
n>onlh.
The central committee of Herut
heard a report from Herut Nader
Menachem Beigin on talk- for that
purpose with the General Zionists
He stressed that if the two parties
merged, they could become an al-
ternative to the Mapai party after
the next elections
Yohanan Bader another Herul
leader, outlined an alternative to
( implete merger. He suggested a
federation m which each party
would retain independence but
with the party factions in Knesset,
Israels Parliament, cooperating
Under his approval, the two par-
ties would present a united list of
candidates In the next election
The federation, he said, would re-
main open for adherence by other
non-Socialist part
A Herut motion to set a time
limit for Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion's efforts to assemble
a new coalition government was
defeated this woe* in the Knes-
set. At the same time, a formal
statement was made that the
Mapai perty would continue to
make every effort to reconsti-
tute a government onder Mr.
Bon-Gorion as Prime Minister
before supporting a new aloe-
Hens.
The vote against the Herut mo-
j tion was 49 to 23. The statement
I of Mapai suppon for Mr. Ben-
Gurion was made by Mapai deputy-
has been _
erned bv a caretaker coalition the same coalition reconstituted,,
since Mr Ben-Gurion resigned last der Mr. Ben-Gunon as the one)
,an 31 dissolved by resigning.
Germans Fear
Results of Trial
Continued from Page 1-A
jthe Nazi regime with special atten-
tion to the persecution of Jews
The film opened with a portrayal
,of the -boycott'' of Apr. 1. 1933.
land traced the hate mongenng of.1
{Julius Streicher's pornographic and
j anti-Semitic "Der Stuermer." and
ithe ensuing -spontaneous actions"
instigated against German Jews by-
Nazi storm troops and the SS. The
film then showed the "final phase"
of the persecutions, covering the
I Nuremberg Race Laws of 1935. and
the burning of synagogues ir. No
vember. 1938. The program ended
w ith an account of the murder of
Jews by SS execution squads "be
hind the lines of advancing German
i troops," and in the extermination
camps of Auschwitz. Treblinka and
I Maidenek.
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Edilh (Mrs. Lou) Zeller. former resident of
Miami Beach now living in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., is
here visiting her father and sisters Son Jerry,
who used to attend Nautilus Junior High, is now at
Wilkes College, and daughter Elaine, who was
so interested in dramatics at Beach High, is ful-
filling her childhood ambition to be a Broadway
. She has a part in "The Wall." dramatization of John
. 's novel .
Irs. M.iin y (Bernice) Young, he's president of the Exchange
[entertained 16 women lor lunch poolside at her lovely home
Wstone Island 4. Feb. 22 Taking the date quite literally,
|e cake said "Happy Birthday. George." and featured his pic-
ks seen on United States bills, a chocolate hatchet, and the
can flag Real guest of honor was Mrs. Sidney lLaura)
f, of Chicago, who met other winter residepts here from what
fluently called the Windy City Mrs. Ben (Frances) Esko.
f(Mrs. Lee) Cardoza. and Dorothy (Mrs. Max) Hoffman, as
full-time resident Sid (Mrs. Lou) Margulies .
^rs. Jennie Grossinger was hostess to more than 50 guests at
a dinner part\ in lu i home honoring the Baronessa Si'vana Ccrza.
Gregbriana of Horn: who had flown here to receive ORT's "Jennie"
fashion award.
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More entertaining on the local scene: The A. J. Molaskys. large
contributors to CJA and Mt. Sinai Hospital, were host to more than
100 friends at dinner Saturday evening at Westview Country Club
. Amon:: the uue-is were Morris and Florence Green, friends of
the Molaskys. from the St 1-ouis. Mo., days
And Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Kaplan had a dinner party at their
lovely Meridian axe. home in honor of newly-engaged daughter.
Arlyne, and liance. Makom Fromberg, recently of Chicago .
A farewell party lor Rabbi and Mrs. Bernard Shoter given by
her parents Mr. and Mr-. Nathan Keusch, at their home in West
Miami on Sunday More than 200 guests streamed in and out
all day to say hello" and then "goodbye" The rabbi, who has
been spiritual leader ol Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, leaves to
assume the pulpit of Temple Beth Sholom in Sarasota. Fla. .
Home builder Cigi Reynolds Carrier guest of Hyman Levines at
Miami Springs Villas He's the prominent New York attorney .
Famed Ritz Bros, reminiscing with the Murray Franklins .
Their friendship goes back to the times of the two-a-day.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jampol. winter visitors here for many
years, always plan their stay to include their anniversary so they can
spend it with daughter. Bea, and husband. Mike Mersel This
year the festive dinner was at the Eden Roc on Tuesday .
Hr for David Elmans Bar Mitzvah Saturday are Rabbi
Sam Sehmitt. of Cincinnati, and his uncle, Isidore Elman. Syracuse
And to celebrate with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Seidman on th'.ir
son Steven's Bar Mitzvah are the David Rolhmans and the David
Rauch family, all from New York .
Jean Lansburgh new to Las Vegas last Wednesday to join
husband Morris at their Flamingo hotel ... In the same general
direction Alvce Ell to Chicago, husband Leon preceding her by
a week Magnet is daughter. Sandra, and Joel Dalkin. and of
course their two little ones Incidentally, Krel Co.. which is
half Alyce Ell and half Inez Krensky. still have canasta trays and
stop cards available They donate all income to charity .
Rick Ohrbaek. son of Sidney and Lee Ohrback. of Stillwatcr dr..
Miami Beach, is having a one man show of his impressionistic paint-
ings at the Gallerv restaurant in Coral Cables the entire month o
March Rick has a Fine Arts degree from the Lniversity ot
liami and has studied in the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota and
at the Arts Students League in New York ... In 1954 he won the
Dsde countv award lor design, and in 1957 received first prize at
the annual Lowe Gallery exhibit On a commercial level, he is
a noted interior designer .
friends are wishing William Friedman, of 233 Phonetia. speedy
recovery from surgery at South Miami Hospital.
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Birthdaz, : Mr and Mrs Sam Tendler receiving congratulations
on the arrival .-t a new grandchild, Anthony Branson Laughter
Harriet, also ha- Suzanne, 6 Proud lather- is I\ and movi<
actor, Charles l'.ronson. of Hollywood. Calif-----
*Mr. and \i.->. Maxwell (Miriam) Passerman, visiting tram New
York City, plan to be, ome permanent residents "e S a"
attorney and an executive of the Riverside Memorial Chapels .
Ifcey recent A became grandparents for the second tune ...
] The Irv.n S'....p.ro, oi 63 SW 31 id., expect then- fourth late
this summer Waiting more or less patiently are Fred, Ixy and
Steve ...
The Joe Harts exp.et their lust grandchild any minute .
Larrie and Arlene Blasberg played host to over 200> guests a.
an Open House las, week to celebrate the br.s of new *. > J
Uartin Michael. 3. got all the attention, though, because the
baby spent most i the time m bis room with the nurse.
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At the Women's Cancer Leagues recent luncheon in the Amcr-
icana hotel, Mrs Micky (Yve.te) Kraus. president, wore a Mac*
J u de soie dress tea.ur.ng a tiered skirt and fitted JjMj^jgg
Site beaver hat and face-framing brim *********
Schonfeld, chairman, was .n a yellow embroidered net sheath w_i h
Sued Un daisies, shoes and bag dyed to match,mA% UW
covered with white daisies ^"^S^J^SSJpi
ked regal in sheath dress and matching coat m deep muted red
Mack print pure silk with black satin, pleated hat .
Robert Z (Nancy) Greene wore a simple black tunic
-Jflitf a poul of a pmk hat. ""^^"iBSKSrf
1 a wihte orchid tied to her wrist Mrs. Pau 1 (PatBr?mber
e linen sheath complemented her eyes and bright red hair.
Mr and Mrs Joseph Hvman. of Chicago, have arrived in Miami
BeacTandWil 1 siav at the Copley Plaza hotel, 3900 Collins ave. m
tfomjls Mr Hyman is the manager of leading cantors
throughout the country.
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Miami. Florida, Friday, March 3, 1961
Secucn 3
Mrs. Glasser
Again on Board
Mrs. Louis Glas-er has been re-
appointed to serve on the national
I SO board for three years.
She is chairman of the Armed
s, n ices committee of JWB. which
is sponsored in this area through
the Greater Miami Jewish Fe
ati< n, has been chairman of the
Women's Division of CJA, and
worked with numerous heal nl
national civic and welfare organi-
zations.
On Mar. 12. she leaves for Wash-
ington, D.C., to confer with nation-
al officials on future programs for
I'icemen and their families in
South Florida.
Women leaders of the national State of Israel Bond drive are
shown selling SI3.000 and S 1,300 Israel Bonds in honor oi Is-
rael's i3th anniverscry. Left to right are Mrs. Lewis Goldberg,
cf Boston, vice chairman of the national Women's Division;
Mrs. Jen Fee.-ce, New York, chairman of the National Division;
end Mrs. Louis Parris, co-chairman oi the Philadelphia Wom-
en's Division.
Lovely Bess Myerson to be Commentator
At Israel-Italian Fashion Show Friday
Television personality and form-
er Miss America. Bess Myerson,
will be commentator at the inter-
national premiere of the Israeli-
Stefan Braun of Tel Aviv cre-
ated this two-piece fur suit.
The silver-grey broadtail skirt
and jacket are worked in hori-
zontal bands, giving the
mink-trimmed ensemble its
cmbred effect. The ensemble
is among fashions to be seen
Friday at the Israel-Italian
fashion show at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel. The luncheon is
part of the nationcl Israel
Bend Women's Division ses-
sion here.
Italian fashion show Friday at the
Fontainebleau hotel in conjunction
with the 1961 inaugural conference
for Israel Bonds.
Miss Myerson, who served as
commentator ol the 1960 Israel
Bond fashion show, is returning to
Miami by popular demand of the
Women's Division delegates.
Guest of honor at the fashion
show and luncheon will be Mrs.
Abba Eban, wife of the Minister of
Education of Israel. The meeting
at which more than 1.300 guests
are expected, will be conducted by
Mis Jan Peerce. national chairman
of the Women's Division for Israel
Bonds. Among the many distin-
guished guests will be Dr. J. M. De
Gaetani. representing the Govern-
ment of Italy.
Highlight of the luncheon will
be the premiere of fhe show, a
unique collection which will tour
more than 30 American and Cana-
dian cities in 1961 under the aus
pices of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion. In a salute to Israel's bur-
geoning textile and fashion indus-
tries, nine of Italy's most celebra-
ted designers are participating in
the collection. Each of them has
contributed one design made of Is-
raeli fabric and one made ot Ital-
ian fabric.
The Italian participants are C
pucci. Carosa, Fabiani, Pontana,
Galitzine, Gregoriana, Mingolini-
Gugenheim, Schuberth and Simon-
el I a.
In a countersalute, Lola Beer
and Finy Leili rsdorl of Israel have
contributed designs made of boih
l-raeli and Italian fabrics. The <<>l-
lection also features designs bj
Maskit. Israel's famed village
crafts industries: furs by S.i :. n
Braun of Tel Axiv: and Aled knit-
wear.
Included lor the first time in this
collection, which is the sixth annual
collection presented by Israel
Bonds, are couture bathing ensem-
bles by the houses of Diva and Got-
tex, and knitwear by Elanit. The
Miami showing will once again be
accessorized, coordinated and
staged by Jordan Marsh.
Games Night Saturday
Shalom chap'er of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a games night at
Cutler Ridge Shopping Center Aud-
itorium on Saturday evening.
Nautical Theme
At Les Girls
Luncheon Tues.
/. r,. Utical theme with colors and
i.ecorations suggested by the offi-
cial U.S. Navy ensign will be high*
lighted at the Les Girls luncheon
Tuesday r.oon at the Everglades
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Mrs. Melvyn B. Frumkes and Mrs.
Benedict A. Silver man, co-chair-
men, announce that red-whitc-and-
l.lue contrasts will also be featured
m the smart cruise-wear fashion
show by Jordan Marsh.
Mrs. Sam Luby. jr., and Mrs.
Edward Eiser.berii are in charge of
the advance showing of new vaca-
tion togs "with the casual flair."
arranged for the Combined Jewish
Appeal by Mrs. O. Dunby, fashion
coordinator at Jordan Marsh.
In keeping with the ship-and-shore
aspect of the fund-raising luncheon.
Eastern Shipping Company will
award a free trip for two to Ja-
maica on the SS Yarmouth cruise
ship.
Other prizes include beauty treat-
ments, kitchen ware and assorted
merchandise.
Mrs. Jesse Schwartz and Mrs.
Jay Siegel arc in charge of reser-
vations.
Weekend Purim
Beth David Fete
Festivities for all ages will high-
light the Purim program at Beth
David on Saturday and Sunday.
Sponsored jointly by the Sister-
hood and Men's Club are a Purim
Ba]l on Saturday night and an out-
doer carnival on Sunday.
Mrs. Louis Seitlin is Sisterhood
fund-raising vice president. Co-
chairmen nl (he ball, beginning Sat-
urday at 8:30 p.m. at the Knights
of Pythias Hall. 4601 W. Plagler St.,
. Mrs I'.er.ii Bloom and Dr. Mor-
ns a. Kleinman. A program ol en-
tertainment will top the ball, with
Al Schor and his orchestra provid-
he music.
I nival will be Sunday on Beth
David's grounds al 2625 SW 3rd
av< with festivities getting under-
w, j at noon,
Brandeis Women
Planning Tea
Mrs Lawrence C. Kline, 995 No.
Venetian dr.. Miami, will he hos-
H -s al her home for the annual
life membership lea of Brandeis
lniversity National Women's Com-
mittee. Creator Miami chapter,
Friday. Mar. 17. at 1 p m.
Program will include a demon-
stration of 'Tricks and Treats of
Flower Arrangements." by Mrs.
Bernard Troub, and a musical in-
terlude.
Mrs. Jack \\ Rabinovitch, chair-
man, lite membership, is m charge
of reservations. Her co-chairmen
are Mesdames Meyer A. Baskm.
W Stanlej Weinkle and Mortimer
E. Wien, Mrs. Solomon B. Mar-
golis is president.
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budget wise but gourmet-tasl
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miliar with all the methods u!
making economical foods delicious
wnich are recommended today.
Combinations of seasonings could
turn the humblest of ingredients
into holiday fare. For example,
a Meatless Carrot Tzimmas. en-
hanced by honey and ginger, could
add a iesiive touch to the simplest
meal. Canned carrots are suggest-
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2 tablespoons salad oil or
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meated the completed dish For
Meat Blintzes. she even had the
fcetf perform double duty. First a
combination of chuck and flanken
was used to make a rich soup stock.
then it was trimmed of all fat. and
ground for the filling. However.
'any lean left-over chicken, veal.
' lamb, cr beef may be used.
Meat Blintzes
Filling
2 cups. lean, ground cooked
meat
2 teaspoons grated onion
2 eggs, slightly beaten
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gravy or tomato sauce This makes
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Grandmother rareiy worked with
exact recipes. She made each dish j
her individual creation to the des-
pair of descendants trying to re
produce them. Each home proud-;
ly served a different version of a
luscious Luckshon Kugel. Although
many foods which years ago were
considered low in cost are compara-
tively high today, this recipe for
an old favorite is still economical.
Luckshon Kugel
(Parve or Fleishig)
3 cupi cooked medium noodles.
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Planning a "Roman Forum" at the Eden Roc hotel on Mar. 15
are Mrs. Edward Feinstein (left), president of the Miami Beach
chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital, and
Mario Gavini, of Alitalia Airlines. A guest at the "Roman
Forum" luncheon will win a free trip to Rome via Alitalia.
Dean Martin will be featured entertainer.
UMlker Branch Party
Lebediker Branch of Farband
will bold a Purim party Saturday
evening at the Seville hotel. Fea-
tured will be noted artist Michel
Gibson, radio star Mordecai Jar-
reini, and soprano Yolanda Sin-
cofi. President of the organization
is Joseph P. Zuckerman
7a-Agers to Install
Tikvah, teen-age group at Tiler-
eth Israel Northside Center, will
install the following new officers
Friday evening: Barbara Furino.
president; Arlene Weissman. vice
president; Susan Waterman, re-
cording secretary; Elaine Pros.--.
corresponding! secret and Rose-
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"Anything Goes" is the theme
of this year's upcoming Artists and
Models Ball. The third annual ball
is being staged in the Deauville
hotel on Mar. 11, under the direc-
tion of model-photographer Bunny
Yeager.
Some 2.000 beaux arts devotees
are expected to attend the event,
which is given each year for the
benefit of the Miami Artists School
and Gallery.
Invitations have been extended
i to Frank Sinatra and Ingemar Jo-
j hatusen to crown the "Queen of
the Ball." Sabrina. supper club
star, has been chosen the official
1961 Queen. Acceptances have al-
ready been received from Jimmy
Durante, Gloria DeHaven, George
I de Witt, the Rita Brother?
; Sweet Richard
Honorary committee members
' this year include Irving 5c lulman,
Jane Fisher, Morns Lans irgn,
Jerry Baker, Eddie Schaffer Mra
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Plan ORT Day Celebrations Next Week
The eight local chapters of Wom-
en's American ORT will celebrate
Wednesday, Mar. 8. ORT Day. for
all chapters throughout the United'
Slates, with teas, luncheons, fash-'
ion shows and ORT films.
Each chapter will have a speak-!
er who will discuss the purpose I
and progress of the Organization j
for Rehabilitation through Train-
ing, which has given new meaning
to life for those "unplaced'' per-'
sons who have been fortunate to
come within the circle of ts pro- j
gram.
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Coral Gables chapter tea at the
home of Mrs B. Moskin. 230 Shore
Drive E. Miami. 1 p m. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi A'.tivJ Wax-
man, spiritual leader of Temple
Zion.
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Miami Beach Afternoon chapter
brunch a! the home of Mrs. Jos-
eph Oritt, i%5 Dayconia rd. Mrs.
Samuel Pollack, regional vice pres-
ident, will be guest speaker "Mis-
sion to Shiraz." ORT film, will be
shown.

Southwest chapter Coffee, 3:30
p.m.. at 1802 SW 84th c: home of
Mrs. Milton Auckerma:v
speaker is Mrs Ed Frank. Fash-
ion show of sportswear ;s slated,
and ART film. "Mellah "
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Islanders chapter tei at the
home of Mrs Joseph Kanter, 13105
Ortega In., Keystone pt.. is due at
noon. Guest speaker is Mrs. Harry
Rosenblatt.

North Dade and North Miami
chapters will hold a joint coffee
and fashion show at the Golden
Gate hotel at 8 p.m. Mrs. Howard
Dunn, president of North Dade
chapter, will be speaker
a
South Miami chapter luncheon
and fashion show will feature
dresses and furs to be modeled oy
members at Garden resta'-
2235 SW 8th st at noon Mrs J i
seph Wilkes, Southeast r I
president, will be speaker.
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Greater Miami chapter meet,
Tuesday, 8:15 p.m.. for coffee at
the Deauville hotel. Guest speaker
is Mrs. Irving Sussman. first presi
dent of ORT in Miami and South-
west Florida. Film. "Mission N
Shiraz." will be shown.
AEPhi Alumnae
Schedule Dinner
Alpha Epsiion Phi Alumnae
Assn. of Greater Miami will hol-r
a pot luck dinner at the home o
Mrs. Theodore Berman. 3301 Gra-
nada blvd., Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Chairmen are Mrs. Jesse >?:r*r
and Mrs. Samuel Elinoff
Mrs. Lawrence Gordon is m
charge of reset \
Emanu-EI Ladies
Mark Anniversary
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI
will celebrate its 20th anniversary
with a champagne luncheon at the
Eden Roc hotel Friday noon, Mar.
10.
The event will be highlighted by
the presentation of a dramatic
reading based on one of Broad-
way's hit plays, adapted and di-
rected by Trixie Levin.
Cast includes Mesdames Samuel I
Ginsburg, Elliot Harris, Myron J.
Mitnick, Rocky Pomerance and
Mr. Elliot Harris and O J. Rosen-;
strauch.
Mrs. Emil Morton, soprano, who
has appeared in operettas in Vi-
enna and New York, will present
a program of songs.
Chairman for the luncheon are
Mesdames Jules P. Channing.
George Goldberg. Samuel Lipton
and Bernard Silverman. Mrs Mil-
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Beach Hadassah
Luncheon Monday
Mrs. Max Schenk, national Bee*
rctary of Hadassah and national
i airma'i oi Youth Aliyah. will ad-
ess the more than 5J0 women ex-
1 at a "Holiday on the Town"
icheon next Monday noon at the
A giera hotel.
. I960, Mrs Schenk attended
:5th World Zionist Congress in
.-.i'um Her devotion to. and
k owledge of. Youth Aliyah. the
r< selling of children trom the Near
- and North Africa, have made
a favorite speaker with Ha-
< i audiences
M v Nat Barth. membership co-
lter for the Miami Beach
i ap:er and chairman of the lun-
i epn, will be assisted by Mes-
Maurice Cahn, Oscar Sin-
1!. Haro:. Melnick and the 13
isrship vice presidents of '-he
i apter.
Fred Jonas, president of
ami Beach chapter, will pre-
:: awards to members of each
> tor outstac li g sen ice :.
membership '... e.
M s. Meyer Harris, soprano, and
Aids Yaslo, pianist, will pre-'
.- :r a musical program.
Serving as hostesses wiU be
( mes Abe Jaffee. Louis Margu-'
-. Nathan Shain. Baer Zucker-
ArtistS tO Appear ***' W on Television
At Banquet Here
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah "Holiday on the Town"
luncheon committee (left to right' arc Mrs. Maurice Cahn. res-
ervations chairman; Mrs. Nat Barth membership vice pres-
ident; Mrs. Oscar Sinde'.l. hie membership coordinator; and
Mrs. Harold Melnick. arrangements chairman. ______
Leon Schachter and' Gitel Stein,
now appearing at the Cinema
v. Hid Rose Kosajnond, sing-
tsr, will be featured at Agu-
.ia'hi Ifcrael I,e*w Institute's
Vanuual baflguet on Su
18 Sterling hotel, with Rabbi
Isaac Hirsh Ever acting as master
remonies. as well as giving
!h'.> invocation.
Herman Weintraub. oresident.
and Mrs. Rose Siegfried, Sis) r
president, will extend areet-
and the benediction will be
by William.Cohen, vice pres-
ident.
A building fund ("rive for the new-
Hebrew rnstitute and Social Center
of Greater Miami mil be launched
at the banquet, and a jou-nal will
be distributed to (he guests.
Chairman is Morii> Feldman. di-
rector of the synagogue. Sam
Brick, secretary, is in charge of
tickets. Dr. Milton Siegfried heads
the journal. Sam Klein, vice pres-
ident, will assist Feldman. and
Mrs. Siegfried will represent Sister-
h-iiv!
"Still Small Voice/' television
program sponsored by the Rabbir,
ical Assn. of Greater Miami, will
be hosted by Rabbi Solomon Schitf
spiritual lea-er of Beth-F.I Or
gallon, on Sunday. 10 a.m., oi p
WCKT ch 7. Guest will be Prof.
rgaJMalWi-Jopie is "ririti
Analogies in the Common Law '
Niiramar Rummage Sale
Miramar Jewish Community Or-
! ganization was to hold its annuji
rummage sale on Mar. 2, 3, and
4 at 13020 NW 7 ave., Miami Mrs,
Murray Schaffer U in charge of
arrangements, assisted by Jack
Cohen. ,
Wolf. Marion Wolfe. Flora Sinick
and Joseph Lipton.
Reservations for the luncheon
aan. Samuel Jackson. Marram may be obtained from Mrs. M.r.i-
-. Max Cohen. Joseph Abel- rice Cahn. or the Hadassah office.
- r.. Manuel Fe:erman. Ja>eph 600 Lincoln rd.
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Mrs. Abraham Harmon, wife of
the Israel Ambassador to the I n
ted States, will be guest ip<
at a donor luncheon sponsored by
the Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women on Sunday noon. Mar.
12.
Mr- Milton Green, president of
the Count said the function is
scheduled for the Napoleon room
of the Deauville hotel.
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a regular meet-
ing on Thursday evening. Mar. 9.
at Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation
Mrs. Lorn- Silver, program chair-
man, is in charge of a special Pu-
rim playlet.

Pioneer Women. Club Tikvah,
will hold a Punm party on Sunday.
3 p.m.. at th home of Mr and Mrs
Jacob s Greenstein, 3120 Day ave
Speaker will be Dr. Joseph Hur-
wits, of the University ol Miami
Proceeds are tor the child Rescue
Fund.
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Reminder Made Of Ghetto Revolt
By Special Report
NEW YORKWorld Jewish Con-
gress has issued an appeal to Jew-
ish communities throughout the
world to commemorate the anni-
versary of the Warsaw Ghetto up-
rising with special services and
ceremonies on Apr 13.
In a message to World Jewish
Congress affiliates in 64 countries,
Dr. Gcrhart If. Riegner, director
of coordination, urged that "a par-
tiewfar effort should be made to
prompt young Jews who did not
witness those tragic and glorious
event? to take an active part in
the various manifestations, which
will open for them one of the mc -
memorable pages of our history.
insp.rt them with pride, strong: -
{ en their faith in the future ol t)
, Jewish people, and enable them :j
! pass on to future generations the
| memory of this stirring episode
The commemoration date of 4r-
13 coincides with the 27th of Nisi
Former president of the United Nations and now Philippine
Ambassador to the United States. Carlos P. Romulo, chats with
old friends Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn Kevin, of Miami Beach, fol-
lowing his talk to the National Council of Christians and Jews.
.he Kevins were Romulo's guests at a special reception lowmg the dinner meeting. Mrs. Kevin is the dauahter of
Morns Morgenstern, who heads one of the laraest philanthropic
foundations in the country. Romulo came to Miami Beach
from New York, where he accepted a "Soldier of Freedom '
award, with Gen. Douglas MacArthur. presented by Morgen-
E^ern. Kevn is in the building and investment business.
Mrs. Katz Will
Be Installed
Mrs. Rachel Katz will be install-
ed for her 12th term as president
of Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
Tfilah at a dinner on Sunday, Mar.
19. 7 p.m.. in the Strath Haven ho-
tel.
Other officers who will be in-
stalled are Mesdames Rose Krat-
i.-h. Louis Feldnian. Dora Cohen,
i:\man Trask. Joseph Zolden. Es-
' i' Deitch and J. Falk. vice pres-
lents; \hraham Ru,Jy and Eva
Kom, treasurer and assistant; Jo-
eph Rackovsky, chaplain; Louis
i ustig, soci.il secretary; Jacob L.
Hoeoig, financial and recording
Mi' Sonia Shapiro, honorary
i resident; and Rose Schneider.
: r.ir> vui president.
Mil of trustees include Mes>
, Lilli in Ackerman, Lena
Kramer, I H Kramer, Mildred
! itti iberg, Hyman Zaidman, Gus-
, iVortzel and Celia Wollman.
MRS. RACHU KATZ
Dr. Marquit to Speak
. |uni !in n meeting "f Mi-
ll ach B'nai Hnth Lodge will
l held Tues ay noon at the Rita
i : hotel.
ies -i aker will be Dr. Syvil
i-quii "i M ."i i t ell-known psy-
I
. ,. .. vi tier is chairman ol
ling
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Kneseth Israel
Women's Lunch
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president,
announces that Kneseth Israel Sis-
terhood's last luncheon of the sea-
son will be Wednesday noon, with'
Mrs. I. Ruppert in charge of the
affair.
Sponsors are Mesdames Rae Ben-
jamin, Max Lippman, Harry Weiss.
Tob) Jaffe, Mary Silver. Ida Fine-
stone, Celia Ruppert, Dinah Hal-
pern. Helen Hornstcin, Fanny Si-
rot. Rose Lerner, Ray Stolow, Lena
Popkin. I. B. Eisenstein, Etta Man-
del. D. Dlott. Rose Sobel, Clara
WeinstOCk, Pauline Salkowitz and
Max Hecht
Gables ORT Will
Observe Event
Monlh of March will usher in a
series of celebrations for members
of the Coral Gables chapter of
Women's American ORT.
ORT Day, to be marked by chap-1
lers throughout the country on
Mar. 8, will be observed by the
Coral Gables chapter at the home
0| Mrs B. Mosking. 280 Shore dr. I
K Miami. Mrs. Edward Black-;
man, membership chairman, is in
charge of the affair locally.
A "Mad Halter's" luncheon will'
be held on Mar. 14. at 12 noon at
Ihe Miami Springs Country I
Judges for the various classifica-
tions will be Boh Clayton and
B a r b i r. television personal
Mrs P. Schiff is chairman ol I
event.
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under ttnet Rabbinical Supervision
Concert Sunday Evening
Km ma La/arus concert will be
I,,.,: ,1 sun ay evening at Jewish
Cultural Center Featured will bo
Rose Rosemood in folk songs, Mrs.
Minn Retskm at the piano, and
Mrs Either Barrett in a piano re-
cital.
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Fiidcy. March 3. 19fi
MUSIC
AND
THEATER
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C1AUDIO ARRAU A MATURE ARTIST
of Muni! Symphony ( rcheBtre, Fabian Sovitzkv con .
" 26 ..: Miami Beach And.
'' brated Chilean pianist Claudio Arrau The pro
n opened with Carl Goldnurks Sapuntala iverture. This is lovely
played by the orchestra with juat the right
A first performance for Florida was the Italian Symphony
by Giovanni Solviucci To this reviewer, it was "tall
,ino and fury, signifying nothing." The heroic Death and Trans
I ration, by Richard Strauss, brought the orchestra back to normal
It played this ever-popular tone poem With spiritual feeling, bringing
out ah the exalted and poignant emotions, and subtle!v of harmonic eon
-
Miss Baikin Will Be Named Queen
Miss Joan Liberty Baikin will be | panied by William Kaplin and his
at the 14th annual,0"^.
There will U a buftet dinner and
Cuban da.-.ct music, and fi .
raise thropies.
Members cf the
crownec queen
Mardi Gras, sponsored by Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Women, on Sun-
day. B:30~p:m..*"ln the garderfVTtf
the Blackstone hotel
The Mardi Gras will be dedicated
to Latin-American friendship, and
guests of honor will be Cuban
members of Havana's B'nai B'rith
Lodge who are now living in Miami.
Miss Baikin Will present the Cuban
leaders
commit!!.
I elude chairman, Mrs. Gilber-
I kin: co-chairmen, Mrs. Sara
I kin and Mrs. F\a Blum; and Me*!
dames Berth F rer. Blanche Kay
Hannah Galewitz, Blanthc W<
iTowhofFWendahip.li8^ Augutt, Minnie Solomon
Rcimer. Sa..> Fisher. V
Rose. .It ..r. G IstSUb, Abe K. !
Dave D i n< r Pauline Silbersl
Fanny G Harry Keltz,
Tulin. Edith Berger, Evelyn i
Irwn. on Wikler, Hyi
Richter. [orris Harris.
Michael Souln will be master oi
ceremonies at the entertainment,
which will include a program of
international folk dancing, and
Stanley Rosen-weet will present a
group of musical selections, accom-
MISS JOAN BAIKIN
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Claudio Arrau is without doubt among the world's important pianists
interpretation of Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor wa-
l-r ejected with the insight that comes when a man has mastered his art
Ore admired the clarity and brilliance, the power to share and alter
dynamics without loss of rhythmic impetus. Especially lovely was the
playing of the gently poetic passages. They suggested a lovel'v feeling,
w.thout falling into the sentimental vagaries of some interpreters.
Mr Arrau electrified the audience with his sensational performance
>i "Todentanz." by Franz Liszt, another first for Florida The audience,
fished and thrilled, rose en masse to cheer this great artist. Principally
v*'ich seemed to merge subtly into the whole performance, rather than
stand out as a fragmented sideshow of pyrotechnics Once more
besvo.

ENGLISH MARTHA' WELL RECEIVED
The Opera Guild's production of von FJotow's Martha." sung in
r-.- glish. ami presented at Dade County Auditorium on Feb. 20. was gay.
rieJightfid, colorful, and had everything Dr. di Filippi promised, in-
< Itcing horses, hunting dogs, monkeys and parrots.
The story of 'Martha' is quite old bat." Noble ladies become
servant girls for a lark, and country farmers are unknowingly born of
royal blood. But when performed by such a perfect cast and sung in
very understandable English, it assumes the aspect of a charming
k useum piece, and as such can be thoroughly enjoyed.
Lovely Roberta Peters was an adorable Lady Harriet Her voice
a fuller, more beautiful and freely produced than ever before, and
iu::e reminiscent of Lily Pons in her heyday It was a joy to see and
hear her
Frances Bible, singing Nancy, her companion, was a perfect foil in
l( aks, voice and acting Playing opposite Nancy was Chester Ludgin.
who disclosed a resonant baritone and a flair for comedy that was always
ii p od taste Jon Crain was a sturdy and forthright Lionel with ring-
' | top tenor tones. The orchestra and chorus displayed their usual
excellence, and are a credit to the Miami Opera Guild.
The audience, which filled the hall to the rafters, cheered and
bravoed their appreciation and delight, and proved beyond a shadow
< d lint that opera in English MM -ung by foreign artists whose
EngHfh diction sounds like gibberish can be a box office sellout.

ARTS LEAGUE ALL YOUTH ORCHESTRA
On Saturday. Mar 4. at 8:15 p.m.. the Miami Beach Music and
Aril League will present its third concert in the Ocean Lounge of the
I Bey Plaza hotel. Featured ar!i-!~ w.l! be Albert Horowitz, the well-
known with Esther Barrett at the piano, and Bernard Kwartin.
I if baritone, accompanied by Mrs. Kwartin .
The All-Miami Youth Symphony, under the direction of Robert
Strassburg, plan.- to present a gift of Braille equ.pment to the blind of
Brazil following the Mar. 5 concert at Dad County Auditorium as an
pression el friendship from the young musicians of Miami to the
I ; of Brazil The concert will feature Brazil's great piani>t. Arnoldo
Marchesotti. This Sunday event is dedicatee to the raising of funds for
;. Braille music library for all blind musicians in the State of Florida.
I ckets are on sale at Dade County Auditorium ar.d the Sertoma Youth
Employment Service, fr i 7211.

A COACH TO COACH THE COACHED
Dear Mrs Albert. More information for the musical guidance of
ym,r 13-year -old daughter who wants to become a >inger but-first let
int tell you about an interesting experience.
I recently attended a closed rehearsal of an opera production. A
young man of about 22 wa.- a member of the cast, and I thrilled to the
realization that here was a potential musical star of the first magnitude
This young man had everything looks, acting ability, and a big. rich
ia.ii beautiful bass voice, which he produced faultlessly.
At the end of the performance. I congratulated him and predicted
a successful career. Whereupon, be thanked me kindly but assured
u he bad no intention of becoming a singer, adding that the life of a
musician "is too rough." and that he expected to study medicine.
Ridiculous? Not at all This young man is very practical, and
wants security more than art It is. indeed, "rough" to become a
singer. It's a long, hard road, and then is no guarantee at the end that
.1 singer will have the chance to practice bis art before the public.
Opportunities for experience and a career are very limited. There is
only one Metropolitan Opera Company, and every singer in the world
wants to be a member
To be a concert and opera singer your daughter will find the
k'-ewiedge of French German and Italian essential. She will need a
veice coach to teach her bow to produce her voice properly, a music
oeach to teach her operatic roles, a dramatic coach to put her through
t acting paces, another music coach for concert repertoire prepara-
and a language teacher to check her diction in French. German
m l Italian.
Your daughter will need all of this, plus voice, looks, stamina, de-
ttrmiralion. and belief in herself. Last, but r.ol by any means least,
she will neec" a rich father Sincerely .
'Plain Jane1
Off to Beach
Warm Peninsula."' play about a
"plain Jane from Milwaukee who
look her mother's life insurance
money and came to Miami Beach
in search of adventure, will be pre-
sented by the Miami Beach Senior
High School and Band Boosters
Club in the school auditorium Sun
day at 8 p.m.
Maria Robinson, of ch. 7. will
be featued ;n the Joe Masteroff
comedy drama in the part played
by Julie Harris in the Broadway
presentation
Featured players include Pete
Turco Liz Powers. John Fella,
Pearl Krchn and Otto Stegemann
Proceeds from the play will be
used for expenses of the Miami
Beach Semor High School Band.
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Charm Expert
To be Speaker
Mrs. Loie Oxell will speak on
"What Poise and Charm Can Mean
I :o the Average Woman" at.a Ten*
| pie Sinai Sisterhood meeting on
Wednesday evening.
Mrs Oxell. a former professional
model, owns and operates the
Loie's School oj Advanced Model-
ing in North Miami.
An individual poi>e course \wll
be given as a prize to a member
Mrs Herman Press and Mrs Ben
Schwartz will be in charge of re-
freshments.
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*Jenis* Worilfon
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First nighters take a break between the acts. Mr. and Mrs
William Singer '\eH) and daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Richcrd Sone. at the opening Saturday evening of "Mar-
tha, the von Flotaw favorite, sponsored by the Miami Opera
Ouild a'. Daae County Auditorium, and featuring Roberta
Peters, oj Metropolfian Opera fame.
Jerusalem Clinic
Named After
Florida Couple
The founder of Cooper City, n
new community in the Miami area.
aid his wife have lent*their names,
o a large, new medical center in
he capital ot the State of Israel,
; 'saac Hamlin. director of the Amer
; lean Histadrut (.'enter In Tel Aviv.
Israel, who arrived in Miami as
I he guest of local Histadrut, an-
lounced Wednesay.
Mr and Mrs. Morris Cooper, who
'ast year visited Israel taw a 70
oom health center formally dedi-
: :ated in the heart ot em.
The Coopers have ( -::: uited
-'80.000 to the clinic on Strauss si .
'erusalem, in cooperatioi w ith Ku-
pal H< inn. Israel's ; >rem si medi-
cal organization sponsored by His
tadrut.
Kupat Holim serves 1.400.000
men. women, and children, two-
thirds of Israel's entire population.
Friends of the Coopers have helped
finance the clinic, and are now con- :
tributing funds to equip and furnish i
the institution.
On their 44th wedding anniver-'
sary. the Coopers made their sec-,
; ond visit to Israel. They received !
congratulations from Ambassador
Ogden Reid of the United States
and were received by President
Itzhak Ben-Zvi and Mrs Ben-Zvi.
-Born in Russia and England '
respectively, Mr. an:i Mrs. Cooper
.moved to Florida about 2.) years
ago. coming from New Jersej
where Mr. Cooper owned a shirt
factory. They have four children
and eight grandchildren
William Faulkner's 'Sanctuary." highly dramatic story of the
rebellion of American youth during the 1920's, opens Wednes-
day at the Carib Miami and Miracle. Lee Remick with Yves
Montana1 above, and 3radford Dillman are featured.
Cantor SiSbert Will Officiate
Purim Party Sunday
Cantor Wflhelra 3 >ert, of Chi- Harfenist Brothers, kosher ca-
um will tvraduc Passdvet NT* tew". Wl" supervise the kitchen
.,,,. will can** er serv ^ ^^ ^
n Um li Lido ) m Mar. 31
I i ( Apt BCC ird '; :0 Charles
Kramer ;e< ill I >r
TV.,,. r : 'hoi Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
, ,.. .era com- El will hold a Purim party and
v. De I the tra- show Sunday. 7 p.m. tn the Dora
,; .. ,.,. s'-rassburg August Memorial Hall. 500 SW 17
ir.
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Menasha Skulnik
Returns to Grove
The outstanding success marked
up by Menasha Skulnik during his
recent two-week run in "The 49th
Cousin" is expected to continue
during his extended engagement,
opening Tuesday. Mar. 7. at the
"Coconut Grove Playhouse.
Announced by producer Owen
Phillips as "the greatest hit in the
history of the theatre, "scarcely a
performance was given without a
capacity audience. Prompted by
'an "overwhelming demand for
tickets," Phillips decided to return
Skulnik following the current en-
gagement of Vivian Vance and
John Baragrey in "The Marriage-
Go-Round "
Coming direct from Broadway,
Menasha Skulnik's performance
as Isaac Lowe, the domineering
father of three daughters, was
hailed by critics as a "genius,"
"shining artist" and "great."
Following each of his perform-
ances. Skulnik's added bonus was
a curtain speech delighting his au-
diences with the unique brand of
comic humor remembered from his
earlier days as the "King of the
Yiddish Stage."
Supporting Skulnik in the role of
his eldest daughter, Fanny, is
Anna Roman, in real life, his wife
.Now appearing at the Playhouse
Theatre in the British Colonial Ho-
tel in Nassau. "The 4th Cousin"
will return with the cast intact.
Tickets for "The 49th Cousin."
through Sunday. Mar 12. are now
on sale. The "Marriage-Qo-Round,"
another comedy hit. will play-
through Sunday. Mar. 5.
Molly Picon on
Variety Screen
Molly Picon is currently featur-
"Mamele" on the screen of
the Variety Theatre, 550 Washing-
ton ave.
On stag< are Max and Reizel
Boyzik, with Jacob Jacobs and
/. imina, guest artist
M -- Pic in is known internation-
ally for her "sense of comedy
"Mamele" i> considered among
her besl roles and best Yiddish
films
PERLMUTTER
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cooper, on occasion of last trip to Israel,
are greeted by President Itzhak Ben-Zvi (right). Looking on .3
Isaac Hamlin, American Histadrut director.
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Friday. March 3. 1961
BLOW CUT THE CANDLES
'..- first at the home of Herb and Lois Ifathei in honor of Lois'
. m MeU 86th birthday. Then Sam and Ann M >\\ and a!! of
ndswei the Algiers hotel for a birthday dinni
Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Col Mr
Mrs. Louis Gros from the surburbs of Chicago.
Everyone raved about the way the Mathe? house hn< been
o\'r it all looks so different. Lois says that sometimes, when
ound, Herb has taker, out another wall.
The little Japanese garden at the entrance of the house is new, as
the 4 handeller in the livinsroom. Herb and Loi* saw this very exciting-
]< king chandelier made for the Brussels Fair while they were in Fl >r
ence. Herb returned to gaze at it longingly, and finally d >cided he had
t< ave it for his very own.
They waited for months until it arrived. Herb wouldn't lei anyone
else touch the thousands of pieces of glass that had to be unpacked. It
Ti ::;. i> quite a conversation piece.
*..
WCMA.N OF THE WEEK
Congratulations Roz iMrs. Gerald P.) Soltz is one of the most
active o-ganizaticn women in this town She waited until the Combined
.!< :sh Appeal 'Jewel Luncheon." in which she played a most active
part, was over before presenting her husband with an adorable 8 !b. 4 OX.
t.. y girl named Alyssa. Bonnie and Howie are pleased with their new
l ?r.
This was the right time to have a baby after all th; membership
I important meetings were over and the installation luncheons did
,not yet begin.
Roz graduated from the University of
Ia\ana cum laude at the age of 19 Ha'
een a language major, she takes advanta
hat fact when she and Gerald go on their va-
ations generally to Spanish-speaking
ries. They have all sorts of adventures be
ond those experienced bv th" usual tourist be-
cause of Roz' easy flow of language.
Miss Coleman
Weds Physician
V'ieki Jean Coleman and Dr. How-
ard M. Adlerberg were married on
Thursday. Feb. 23, at the home of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alan G,
Coleman. 11331 NT 13 pi No. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Benr.o Wullach
officiated at the 5 o'clock cere-
mony, and a reception followed.
Matron cf honor was Mrs. Sandra
Woi's and the bride'-; --W"T. Cari
Sue Coleman. was maid of honor.
Fur her gown, the new Mrs. Ad-
lerberg chose char.ti'ly lace of in-
termission length, with a very full
-kirt fall.: { awa; Basque-
fitted waisl i m illoped
neckiine an! shm sle.nc-.
Tier- >f French i I illusion
were nel i by a pea I cap
trimmed in I ed : with
a pea p Sn c ried two
orchi Is with phanotis
streamers
The groom is the sen of Dr. and
Mrs. Gustave G. Adlerberg, of
Brooklyn. NY Dr. Malcolm H.
Weiss Was his best man and Leon-
ard Spielvogel serve i as usher.
The former Miss Coleman attend-
ed the University of Miami, end her
husband Is a graduate of Chicago
Medical School, now a general
practitioner.
After a trip to Nassau, the newly-
weds will live at 1851 :. 187 3:..
No. Miami B< b< i
W. rn- r-Kalin
MJTS. HOWARD t. ADltRBtRC
MS. ALAN SAV'U
i-
Savitz, Kahn
Exchange Vows
Algiers a >tel was the lite of the
wedding ol Lucille Kahn and Man
David SavitZ on Saturday. Feh 29,
with dinner and a reception follow-
ing the T 30 ceremony. Dr Irving
Lehrman officiated.
The bride is the dau4i"er of Mr
and Mrs. Theod r H. Kahn. of 730'
San Esteban ave Coral Galbes. ,
In 1952. Roz spent the summer in Israel as She is a graduate of Miami Senior
>ne of eight young women in the U.S. on a High School, attends 'he University
ladassah scholarship. Her btg desire is to go ( of Miami, and is sweetheart of Phi
>ack there with her husband, whom she cng Epsilon Pi
nally met at a Junior Hadassah dance. Her At her wedding, she wore a '
ise to the top positions she holds in Hadassah chapel-length gown of nylon tulle,
nd B'nal B'rith has been just about simul- w'rr reembroidered aler.con lace
aneous. She is the youngest woman in the
country to be regional president of a B'nai
B'rith Women's District.
Jerry, as a clubwoman's husband, has to be understanding. He la
aving organizational aftairs to Roz and concentrating on his business,
ing. and the children.
ROZ
and a crown of seed pearls carry-
ing a white bridal Bible with lily-ot
the-valley and orchi-i-
Her sister. Cheryl Kahn. was
maid of honor, and the groom's
Mster. Mrs Diane E.senberg. was !
n ,, I matron of honor. Bridesmaids were
The qualities that made Roz an excellent legal secretary have also Sharon Prp^ MarsJla B,acker
made her an efficient and outstanding community leader, as well as a Gioria Pc.JDPr JuJl Ho(Jljr and'
}i nemaker.
* *
QUITE A WING DING
WVin.r-Ku in
miss Dion oon
Sunday was a lovel) day at the home of Ijrrie and Arlene Clasberg
Beverly Meltzer.
Alan, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Abe
Savitz. of Wilkes-Bnr-e. Pa had
his brother-in-law. Edward Eisen
vl en all of their friends and the friend- of their folks, the Georg? Lights berg, for bes* man
Mr- Irving Blasberj, gathered to celebrate the bns of their son
Ira Martin.
Rabbi Leon Kroni-h expects the time to go quickly because he en-
r ed the baby in Temple Beth Sholom's religious school Funny but
1i -, most ol the young people stayed outside, eating and drinking, while
their elders gathered in>ide.
Harry and Davida Levy, Marvin and Barbara, were among the early
arrivals. Eddie and Susy Guthmann came hurrying in a little late.
Dr. Irving Lehrman came straight from the Homestead Air Force
Ba-e and wasn't able to pick up Belle. Dr. Sherman Kaplan and his
Mi ry Rose happily talking to Sberm's sister Pauline (Mrs Nat) Sater
I and Mrs. Louis Lytton and Dr. and Mrs. Judd Breakstone talking in
corner of the large li\ingroom. Sitting on the davenport were the
J. nes Chapmans and the Ben Diamonds.
* *
AFTERMATH OF A CRUISE
Harry and Marilyn Smith met Sen. Bites Kefauver on a cruise last
y< r He was in town for a few days, and one of his first stops was at
r home of the Harry B. Smiths. With him was his administrative aasil
t. : *. Charles Caldwell. and two of his outstanding campaign backer-.
f; d I^ockert and Sam Taylor.
He is a graduate <>f the business
-chool of the Univeralt) t Miami,
is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi so-1
cial fraternity, and will en'er th.'
IS Army as a second lietutenanl
in June.
After a Caribbean cruise, the
>oung couple will be at home at 81
Edgewater dr. Coral Gables.
Schwartz-Barf
Bock Reviewed
"The Last of the Just." by Andre
Schwarz-Bart, will be reviewed by
.; ibbi i.e.in Kroniah of Temple
Beth Sholom on Wednesday, 10:30
i ii in the Temple auditorium.
On Wednesday. Apr 12. Rabbi
Kronish will review "The Minister
of DeathStory of Adolph Eich-
Dons Reveal
Dedee's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Don
Fine Tree dr have announce
engagement of their dan
I> lee, t<> Alan .1. Cohen, son
and Mrs. Samuel Cohen. 2JW
mmgo dr
Miss i>"'i graduated from M ij
Beach High School and atti
the I'niversi'.y of Illinois, who
was a member of Delta Phi
Ion. She also attended th.
varsity of Miami.
Mr. Cohen graduated fron
Citadel, and has served as an offi-
cer in the IS Army. He la prei
ently associated in an executive
capacity with Miami Beach Km
ciated Hotel.-.
Miss Don's father is owner of th*
Edward Don Hotel and Re.-taunni
Supply Co.. with offices in Chi
cago. Philidelphia. Milwaukee and
Miami.
The groom-to-be's father i- owner
of Deauville. Sherry Frontenac,
<;i-jhlanca. Crown and other 'k>
i I- in Miami Beach.
A May wedding is planned
mann." by Quentin Reynolds
Tin- will conclude the current
book review series sponsored by
the Temple- Sisterhood Mrs.
Harvej E Kramer 1- president
Proceeds from the project goto
the Beth Sholom religi.m- school
subsidy fund. Mrs Ales
Robbins is chairman of th
view-
Mt. Sinai Garden
Club Show
Theme of a recent flower show
of the Mt. Sinai Ga-den Club was
"We're Making Headline-
Entered in the editorial" class
was an arrangement by Mrs. An-
thony Lane, entitle! "Kennedy
Asks Aid for the Aged "
The arrangement featured an

Marilyn was glad that she had had a wedding rehear.-al party for e,derl>' wpl*. the man reading the'
V.- brother, because there were some frozen hor^ d'oeuvres in the ap"sPPer. hi- wife knitting, ..
r iterator, and on the spur of the moment whipped up an excellent wh'!e com;ortable cat at her feel
Mrs. Lestpr Stepner is nresident
of the Mt Sinai Garden Club.
mpaniment to the drinks
The next day Marilyn took them all to the track. Included in their
r tv were Mr. and Mrs. Nobel Caudill he's vice president of Genscoe.
* *
SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY
Claire (Mrs Arthur) Rosichan always manages to surround herself
v h beautiful things in her home and at her job. She was with the Wad
< gton Art Galleries in Montreal before they moved to Miami Now she
i with Craftsmen's Village Don't worry about Art. She can toss off a
w< nderful dinner with a mere flip of her hand.
*
CO-OP PARTY
It was time for all the co-owners of the Mediterrean apts to get
<-ther and have their annual cocktail buffet. No business talk was
i -wed Everyone helped Mrs Jack Eckstein, who was m command
of the affair Morton and Myrtle Greenwood, one of the first occupants
of he building Mort watched every nail that was hammered greeted
ntweomcra Mr and Mrs Harold France, the Paul Browns, and the Lee
oys. A calypso band helped put everybody into a gay mood. Nev.
same time, same place, same fun
for Elegance in your home
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+Jewisti ThridHan
Page 9-B
BETH David Sisterhood sponsor-
" <'' .1 theatre party at Coconut
Grow Playhouse for its presen-
tatioo of Menasha Skulnik in
'The 4S:h Cousin Party chair-
man, Mrs. Lou Seitlin, looked
smart in a gold silk sheath with
an interesting open neckline.
Mrs Herschcl Rosenthal chose
black silk pennte tor the eve-
ning. Her sheath had a high Em-
pire waistline emphasized with a
flat bcw. The neckline was a
deep V. and the dress was cov-
ered i p with the three-quarter
Ueeves. Visiting from Omaha.
Nehr.. was Mrs Max Steinberg.
Her choice was also blacka tail-
Ored rill jacket dress with tab-
bed buttons down the front and
an Italian neckline on the jacket
Her sheath featured a -lashed
bateau neckline.
Mi- William Blatt wore a tur-
quoist ;nd sold brocade sheath.
With a short hip length peplum
and a rounded neckline Mrs
Morru Cohen was in black velvet
and ; r.e d'esprit. Her sheath
was of the velvet with the effect
ol a l at over it. but only with
sleeve and lull in the back into
a mod,ned swallow tail effect
The } nte d'esprit was very ef-
fective in the full three-quarter
lanti sleeves
( i ating her husband's birth-
day was Mrs. Jay Mellow in a
black eyelette gown. It had a
high square neckline in front and
dipped :o a very low V in back.
The wiistline was slightly drop-
ped, and her skirt was a bouf-
fant. Visiting from Chicago to
help celebrate the birthday was
Mis Mi'lly Mellow. She wore a
coat diess in navy silk with a
muted red polka dot.
Mrs, .tack Minor chose a black
silk shantung sheath with a deep
Spfojliring
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V neckline Her collar wa<
tailored peaked of black and
white silk organza. Mrs Edward
W< iss x i. ctt I ., foilage green
brocade in cottoi jatin. Her bo-
dice was fitte I, an i her ikirl
a wide flare.
*
14RS. Norman Shapiro looked
m her usu .1 smart self in a nat-
ural raw silk sheath, with a high
rounded neckline, and was cut
with classic simple lines. Mrs.
Sheldon Kay wore an imported
Oriental satin brocade in tur-
quoise. Her sheath had its own
matching hip-length jacket, which
featured deep pleats in the back
set in from the yoke.
Mrs, Sam Spector chose a navy
sheath with all-over white schif-
fle embroidery, and a small white j
collar. In an exciting shade of |
red was Mrs. Arthur Kaufman. |
Her silk dynasty brocade was.
from Hong Kong, and she also
had her shoes and handbag made
up in the same fabricwhile
they were there on tour.
Mrs. Sam Eadanes selected a
theater ensemble in tones and
shade s of blue on a warped watt r
< >1 : silk taffeta. Brocaded silk
ij in gold and silver was the
ch i ce ot Mrs. Mark glass. Mrs.
William Kline wore a white linen
- I >ath with a floral applique of
green iri I gold cascading down
i: n the shoulder 'o the hem
line. Her dress was a Tur Zell
Original.
Black silk alpaca was the
choice of Mrs. Milton Wasman.
Her theatre suit was worn with
a white lace blouse of imported
Clooney lace.
Happy to do their part in pushing the campaiqn total past the
SI million mark are Mrs. Milton Sirkin (left) and Mrs. Aaron
Farr, shown turning in women's pledges and checks to CJA
chairman Joseph M. Lipton.
Annual Sponsor
Members Party
Annual sponsors members party
ot" the Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the
Aged, will take place Thursday
noon, at the Algiers hotel.
Mrs Tobias Sussman, life trus-
tee, of 9348 Byron ave Surfside.
Miami School
Sets Purim Ball
Miami Hebrew Congregation's
TV Personalities Scheduled
Alec Gibson and Bill Bayer, both
ol" television fame, will appear at
a meeting of the Town and Coun-
try Clubbers on Sunday evening at 16th annual Purim }all will be held
Beth Torah Congregation. Gibson. Sunday night at ?!oose Hail, 2744
pioneer television personality on VV. Flagler st,
the Miami scene, will review the Charles Merick's orchestra will
highlights of his local career, and play for dancing and the show
Bayer, a correspondent and news which will feature David and
director at ch. 10, will recall some
of his experiences on the air.
Goodwill Unit
mi". Partva8ain to8t' an I Cites Dade Woman
Amora, Latin dancers; Charles
Carlylc. comedian; and Ray Ber-
man. singer.
Committee for the ball includes
Irving Jacobson. chairman. Harrv
Hart. Jack Stone. William C. Coot-
ner. Mack Libman. Sam Schulwolf,
Mrs. Sol Silverm Auxiliary! The title of "Goodwill Woman of and Mesdames Samuel S.lverman,
president, will give the address tne Year" was conferred on Mrs. William Weintraub. David Meltzer,
of welcome. Mrs. Jack Entine Jame> A. Morgan, immediate past Robert Scheitzer, Nat Coul'.on,
life trustee, and donor of one of 'President of the Dade County Fe,i Harry Hart. Milton Weiner. Esther
the S5 000 rooms a' Douglas Gar- eration of Women's Clubs, at the Solomon and Anne Gordon.
dens, "will give the invocation. annu;i1 luncheon last week of Good- ----------.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be iWl" Industries. | tobef
guest speaker. Mrs. Morgan received a framed Goodwill Industries, a non-profit
Mrs. Louis MakOVSky, program j scroll by James A Ryder, retiring organization, offers employment
and training to handicapped per-
sons.
MRS. TOIMS SUSSMAH
chairman, will introduce Mrs. Emil i president.
Morton, former Vienna opera star,
who will present a repertoire of
songs. Arne Barnctt, orchestra
leader at the Algiers hotel, will sup-
ply the musical background.
Invitation is by joining the spon-
sor membership. Reservations
must be made with Mrs. Manuel
Tanenbaum, membership secretary,
or Mrs. Sussman.
Israeli Novelist Arrives in U. S.
By Special Report
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year old Israeli novelist, arrived
''in this week to commence a na-
tionwide speaking tour on behalf
ot the United Jewish Appeal.
The author ol two best-sellmi;
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ror and "Envy the Frightened."
Miss Dayan won instant interna
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her first book
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Friday. March 3, 1961

Weksier Throws Hat in Ring for Coral
Gabies City Commission Race Apr. 11
nard B v. library building, improved roads
an- and street lightin
nnnnrj*.) l^Jjt, -u- *4L^i-uSJlr:CUi- "Coral G 1 not inly be
cate for a Citj Commission vacan- known as the city beautiful," Wek-
Cl on Apr. '1 -ler stated, 'but it should also be
Weksier 1- ea:r>^aign:r.g as an '.;no\vn as and eventually achieve
independent candidate "and as a the reputa >n and distinction of
champion >f being the cultural and intellectual
;ood. Sir -. :i- center of the Scuth."
Wek-ier a \\ tcatea the str tag en-
forcement of the present zoning
regulati ns
\: Weka suggestion, the City
C immi tsion rec< nl j w I the
r v eati in a is >ry b tard and
lb
The i Luen-
ga ave and
their two I itei R nni Joy.
!4 is a Leon
r Hig and Maria June. 9. is
a student at Sunset Elementary.
MtKNAKD WtXSltR
S wee-Touch-Nee
Still a Favorite
To many of us. particularly
wh< grew up in tea-drinking homes.
where the preparation >njoy-
mi i of this delicioua was
ton ething in the nature
Fa mil) ritual, there is fond-
1\ remembered object tl t sti!
tin capacity to r\ >k- I
lalgia: a little re I
-t. perhaps no more.....
inches lonj;. that used to I the
cei Per of the table who: >a : me
n lied around
This was the little red tii treas
ui. chest of Swee ton 1 ea
In :er its lid was i:
wealth "f fragrance tl- flooded
tht room with the [i ep
-c. ::t of choice tea leaves wo
ev< r it was opened
'inis was standard item
: > household that pri l< I
si ving a good glass ol U
a rare thine, these da;
make tea the old-fashioned way,
steeping the haves in a teapot. But
that same rich full-bodied tea. that
.< fine, fragrant, hearty-flavor
ed Swee touch-nee blend, now ,*\ .1
abl< in the modern tea baj Is Still
a family favorite with peop'e who
appreciate a real good cup of tea.
The exclusive Swee-touch nee blend
ha.- not changed since the good old
days -ST.
meat.
"He spearheaded
tkifl to th< .
muni< i]
is
educti
for all
of <
... the < -
iscrimi i
The Candida:* made Ma first
?-oeainrce before fhe Coral Ga-
bles City Commission in July,
\f5i, wrten he urged the com-
mission t o reinstate Tommy
Elcunt to his previous status as
head of the Tax Assessor Depart-
ment.
Weksier believes "that an elect-
ed official must be 3 man of cour-
age, a man of iudgm .1 man of

o h rving both -he good
and the publk interest
Weksier n
blea nee Is impr e I u
nal ties I
is. a
Emanu-E! Will
Elect Officers
Weksier was born and raised
in Chicago, and attended the pub-
lic schools thre. He was a Chi-
cago All-City and Illinois All-
State High School basketball play-
er, and was awarded a basket-
ball scholarship to DePaul Uni-
versity. Weksier graduated from
DePaul in 1942 with a Bachelor
of Science degree, majoring in
accounting, and then served in
the Air Force during World War
II.
I'pon return from overseas ser-
.., ant I Hint U a commandant
of a prisoner of war camp, he re-
entered DePaul as a law student
He graduated from law school with
a Juris I-1 ol irate in 1948, and af-
ter a Imissi in t i the Illinois Bar.
he eventual.\ moved to D3de COtUV
Mrs. Jean Emil made this bust of Henrietta Szold. founder cf
Hadassah and international Youth Aliyah movement, which.
educates and rehabilitates displaced children the world over.
With her is Mr*. Lillian Perlman, fund-raising coordinator for
the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah, and Mrs. Bernard
Berklev. Youth Alivah chairman.
New of
the bo > He* '-' th prac-
Emanu I lM ": *' ::'; Flonda m """
ni-annual I dance S
daj e\ ening at I itel.
Higl
presentation, by the : : the
religious m Great
Robbery at h "
The plaj. a ritten at by
ber. 1950. and has practiced law:
since His law ifflcea are in
Miami
Weksier IS a member of the Mahi
shrine Temple, Scottish Rite Tem-
.:. i is i2n i Degree Mason
He is a delegate to the Senior Cit-
Trixie Levin and Charles Bender, izens Divi.-ion of the Dade
was presented at the Purlra pro-
gram last week Ming re
pea'.ed by request
L'ouHty Welfare Planning Council,
an. a member of the executive
board of the Jewish Family and-
Children's Service He is founder
and past president of the Biltmore
Men's Gulf Assn and a founder
and director ot the Granada Men's
Golf Assn
Religious school of Miramar. He was a vice president and car-
Jewish Community Organization nival chairman of the South Side
Miramar Pupils
Mark Holiday
Prt-Regislralion Scheduled
Coral Way Jewish Center pre :
school tots were to offer a Purim
plaj Thursday at the Center Pre-1
registration at the school is sched-
uled Mar. 8 and 9 at 12:30 p.m. i
Mrs Nat Cynamon is director.
held its first annual Purim Festi-
val on Sunday at the Henry D.
Perry Junior High School in Mir-
amar.
Children of the religious school
Elementary School PTA. and is a
member of the PTA of Ponce de
Leon and Sunset Schools. He was
chairman and vice president of the
Miami YMHA for two years The
Mayor of Surfside Irving Schulman proclaims "Home for the
Aged Week" prior to the bazaar sponsored by the Junior Aux-
iliary of the Home Saturday evening and Sunday at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. Discussing the event with Mayor Schulman
are Mrs. Louis Cole, president; Mrs. Benjamin Schick. vice
president of fund-raising; and Mrs. Milton Levinsohn. bazaar
committee member. Featured were 15 booths of merchandise
and an auction of some 100 itmes. Bazaar also included an art
exhibit by Reyna Youngerman and Bernice Mittel.
were costumed, and a Queen Es- [ Wekslers are members of Kings
ther and King Ahasuerus were | Bay Country Club,
chosen There were game booths, He ani his family are members
prizes and luncheon was served. of Temple Beth Am.
Gulf stream Opens With New Glamor
While Gulfstream's new club-
house addition will add another
glamor pot to the South Florida
area when it is thrown open on
Mar. 4. those w:'h an interest in
hacking their choices and collee
ing on winning tickets may find
the change architecturally of more
import than the olorful decora-
tion of the place
When Gu!; bream's, manage-
ment, heade:' by the father-son
combination of James Donn and
bla son. James Donn. Jr., decided
to enlarge the club ar.i revamp it.
one of their first to hts was to
provide the easiest ::-.ss;ble flow
of traffic within the confines >t
the structure.
Previously, the secnd and third
floors of the e'.ubheuse had pre-
sented bottlenecks because of
lack rf depth in rhe club, Mjtuel
windows in tt-ese areas were lo-
cated in one lona Ibis so that pa-
trons seeking to cash had to work
thrcuflh the lire^ o* buyers and
vice versa.
All that has been eliminated
now. Island type betting dnd ca-
ing window- are to be found on the
second floor, and again in the Tard
club area on the third floor
In the Turf Club, shifting of I i i
Turf Club Bar and enlargement
the restaurant, known as the Tj I
Terrace, also has given more
for patrons moving to and
their boxes and -eat-
All through the clubhouse. Urn
various divisions <>i the mutuel
plant will be in an attract!*
bination of Donn orchid. m
nut partitions and other cetl
fixtures
Berkov/itz Boy Scout Troop and Cub Scout Pack
5C3 of Beth El Congregation was honored at
Friday evening services in tribute to National
Bey Scout Week. Front row (left to right) are
Mark Spool, Larry Lipner, Sheldon Suskauer.
Larry Kuczynski. Philip Spool. Second row tleft
to right) are Jack Mermelstein. Paul Rozynes
Mark Green, Jason Hartman, Jerrold Foster.
Mark Glantz. Rear (left to right* are Alex Kovac
Ronald Rumack, assistant Scout Master. Joseph
H. Sadick. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Adam Ben-
jamin, Alex Delpino. Robert Deller. Steven
Rosynes. Max Corndorf. Not shown are Curtis
Bernstein, Stanley Glicksman, Carey Glantz,
Ira Rosenblatt, Simon Rosenblatt, Ira 03ter,
Steven Plotkin. Steven Levey. Harry Berman.
Joel Heyman, Scout Master. Milton Spool. Jos-
eph Rotenberg, Annette Leavit:, Richard Spool,
and Lewis Foster.
firm in New Quarters
Louis Baida. owner-manager of
Louis Balds Spec inces
u- recent an ve 11 I irg< r q lartera
|| 1590 NK 2 a Miami The
firm was form a it 922
\'F. 1 ave and ipecializej In
will advertising specialties, and
1 guts The company ha- been a
member of the Dade County Cham-
ber of Omaiervj since t.-3 Rabbi Shoter
Now in Sarasota
Temple Beth S -
P!a ha- appointed Rabbi ; rn I
i' Sfcoter, formerly of Flag
Granada Jewish CtnU
pirimal leader, according to .'
romo GoWwyn pre-:,lent.
A native of Boston. Rat>bi & "
ended Yeslm
T ichera College, ol Boston, i I
Isaac Elchanan Theological Set
nary, of Yeehiva University, a i
he was ordained. He is a men
>f the Greater Miami Rabbit- i
Assn
Mrs Shoter. the former D"
Keuseh Ol W Miami, ha-
Uenry M F!agl-r I
mentary School for the to*! t.jr
years She is a graduate of
, University of Miamt.


Fiidccy, March 3. 1961
*Jmfoll Meridian
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JFCS Elects 96 Members to Agency;
Hears White House Conference Report
Jewish Family and Children's
Servjfif met last week to elect 9<5
ganisation.
Efidala of the agency declared
JFCS ia departing from "a
; bership" procedure in
1 -re identification by
i r.s of specialized interest in
0 pi fframs of the agency.
i D Fisher, new executive di-
Family and Chil-
i Service, told the meeting al
1 i Plaza hotel that the
1 n "will act as liaison be-
i jencj and the genera)
c .. its
r hopii
membership ;.$e in social
planning and at tier, icr community*
change and comraur.;:y better-
runt. |m declaw .:.
In a special presentation, Mrs.
Maxwel. Fesstt-r, executive sec-
retary, Welfare Planning Council; Irwin
Korach, rrrober cf the board of
the Jewisn Home for the Aged
and formerly member of the
aged services section of Jewish
Family ni Children's Service;
a:-d Seymour Siegel, JFCS case-
worker, c'ferect a report on the
Hruse Ccn'erence on the Agir.3
held in Wasrr-ig*on last January.
Abe Redelheim to Address ZOA Confab;
Luncheon Club and Broward Unit in Plans
Abe F.cdelheim. immediate past
president of the national Zionisl
' ^-nization of America, will be
guest speaker at a special area
membership conference Sunday
j ftemoon in the Rosewood suite of
Fontainebleau hotel
The conference, which will im-
mediately follow a meeting of the
l.< ard of governors of the South-
(.-: region, is scheduled to start
with a luncheon at 1 p.m.
Zionist leaders will be briefed
01 the program, projects, policies.
and functions of the Zionist Organi-
sation of America. In addition to
Redelheim. there will be several
other national leaders on the pro-
I am.
Israel Feiden. of St. Augustine,
Fla.. membership chairman of the
Southeast region, and Ben Winick.
president and a recent delegate
1, :he World Zionist Congress, will
address the conference.
m
Luncheon Club
R Winick. of Knoxville.
Tenn., honorary president of the
i jtheaH region of the ZOA. and
;> -ecent delegate to the World
;-t Congress in Jerusalem, will
:es: speaker at a weekly meet-
of the Miami Beach Luncheon
( b on Wednesday Jacob C.
F -hman is chairman The club
meet at 12:is p.m in the Ter-
1 room of the Ritz Plaza hotel.
.' geph Alter, veteran Zionist lead-
1 n if the Southeast region and
Monument Unit
Elects Palmer
At a recent meeting of ihe Ala-
1. :n.i, Florida and Georgia Divi-
,)i the Monunien: Builders of
America. Sidney 11 Palmer was
c acted a director from this area
i two-year term
Palmer, owner oi the Miami
r.lor.urr.ent Company, is a long-time
Miamian. He is a pas- ores
(I Shoiem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
1 i. of Temple Zamora
. \ob r is 1 member oi the
ghti of Pythias Elks M
em Stars, Consisl rj
5 rine. He
David Congregi Con-
^ni.ti n Beth El
Presently, he is serving in his
. nd four year term as a mem-
bei Of -he State Welfare Board.
or. a member of the board of | \
co-treasurer it the Miami Beach
District, and Pr William S'ander.
ncmber 0: the board of directors
' >t the district, will be honored.
A current news report will be
given by Dr Abraham Wolfson.
and community singing has also
been planned.
*
Broward Zionists
Broward County District of the
Zionist Organization of America,
which includes Hollywood and Ft.
Lauderdale. will present its annual
"citation of honor" this year to
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. in recog-
nition of her "outstanding work for
Israel and world Jewry."
The award will be made at a
special community meeting Mar
IS at the Temple Beth El Audito-
rium in Hollywood, acording to Ja-
cob Harrison, program cha.rman.
and Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
president
Guest speaker will be one of the
leaders Of th American-Christian
Palestine Committee, who has re-
cently returned from a special tour
of the Middle East
A special musical program is al-
so being arranged for the occasion.
Siegel quoted former Secretary
of Health. Welfare, and Education
Fleming as urging the 2.400 official
delegates and 600 guests at the con
ference to provide leadership in
carrying out the decisions reached
:here
"" He said that Sen. MtXamara. oi [
the Senate Subcommittee on the!
Aging, cautioned against the prob ,
.ems oi the aged becoming s<
"commonplace" that they are con
^idered "usual" and beyond the
.c, for solution.
In another presentation. Korach.
it the architectural firm here oi
Smith and Korach. reported on the
housing sessions for the aged.
which surveyed aspects of senioi
itizens who attempt to live mde
dently, in homes for the aged
ir within the community in low-
.ncome settlements or "golden age
enters "
See. 202 of the FHA. concerning ;
itself with federal assistance tc
lousing for the aged, Korach de
clared, came in for a good deal 01 j
llscussion and criticism. Men
tioned. in addition, were recom- i
nicnda;ions designed to alleviate
real taxes for oldsters and methods |
of supplying physical aids for tht
aged in housing projects geared foi
their needs.
Mrs. Fassler discussed the goals
of senior citizens, including "living
as long as possible until the advan
tages of death outweigh the bur
dens of life;" protection from ex
posure to physical hazards of liv
ing; participation in the genera!
social order; Ihe ability to with
raw from life honorably, among
others.
"The problems of the aged,"
she said, "seem much more uni-
form than proposed solutions for
them." Charging that "ours is
a materialistic society," Mrs.
Fassler added that the confer-
ence spotlighted the problems of
those aged "who haven't achiev-
ed affluence and who have thus
become second class citizens."
The JFCS program was arrang-
ed by Maxwell Fassler. assistant
director of the agency, who served
as JFC interim director until Fish-
er's arrival here some two weeks
ago.
WQAM Gets Top
Fund Award Here
For their 100 percent effort in
the 1961 United Fund campaign in
Greater Miami. Radio Station
WQAM has, been awarded a special
plaque signifying the United Fund
"Outstanding Citizenship" award
WQAM was one of 15 firms that
received the award, with more
than 3.000 firms being eligible..
Reguirements for the award are
that 70 percent of the firms em-
ployees give a minimum of one
hour's earnings per month and, in
addition. 90 percent of all employ-
ees must have made a contribution
to the I'nited Fund.
Jack Sandier, vice president and
general manager of WQAM. ac-
cepted in behalf of his staff from
Arthur Cracker. United Fund cam-
paign chairman tor 1961.
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Bern..... iscl i v.'.z. president
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announced todaj the appointment
of a new distributor in Tampa as
exclusive distributor of all B. Mani-
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Richard Zinn, who will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Mar. 4.
the day of nationwide celebration of Israel's Bar Mitzvah at
the Fontainebleau hotel, pins 13-year-old Bonnie Cypen,
chosen by the Israel Bond Organization as "Miss Israel." The
celebration Saturday evening will mark the launching in the
United States and Canada of the drive to sell $80,000,000 in
Israel Bonds in 1961. The two younq people will be at the
head of the welcoming committee, representing the Jewish
community of Greater Miami, which is set to greet Abba Eban.
Israel's Minister of Education, and Mrs. Eban on their arrival
in Miami for the Bar Mitzvah celebration. Bonnie is the daugh-
ter of Judge and Mrs. Irvinq Cypen. of 320 W. Di Lido dr.. and
Richard is the son of Mr. and Mis. Harold Zinn. of 4530 N.
Meridian ave.
Beth Torah Sets
Carnival Sunday
Beth Torah Congregation will
have a Purim Carnival on Sunday
starting at 1 p.m.
Ceremonies will be highlighted
with a costume parade and the
crowning of a king and queen, fol-
lowed by holiday games.
The day's program will be cli-
maxed with an outdoor barbecue
under the auspices of the religious
school PTA. Mrs Sam Lob is pres-
ident. Mr.-. Ewald Ziffcr is chair-
man.
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The owners of Harfemst restaurant, which will have too holiday
fare, also are handling the Passover facilities at the Carillon and
Di Lido. Singer Jan Pearce, of the Met Opera, will be featured at
the Carillon Seder.
Also taking reservations for Passover are the Lombardy. Abe Gef-
'er's Cromwell, and the Royal Palm among the kosher hotel dining
rooms.
Sand Ell Caterers are handling 1he Passover holiday dinner arrange-
ments at Temple Mehorah Michel's in Normandy Isle is taking res-
rvations for Passover, as is Katz's Paradise Restaurant.
Riviera Kosher Caterers and restaurant in Coral Gables is fcatur-
ing complete take-out kosher Passover dinners. The Riviera Room of
that popular restaurant, will be the scene of a reception and dinner on
Saturday night honoring the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Oltchick. son of
Mr md Mrs. Sam Oltchick.
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NIGHT CLUBBING: Frank Sinatra is back in La Ronde at the
Fontainebleau, ..nil it's SRO every night, both shows. The king of
modern vocalists was never in better voice or happier mood. Showman-
ship has alwi ys been his forte, whether on stage or screen, and it glows
more brilliantly than ever in his present engagement.
If there have ever been more mirthful proceedings in this town, we
doubt it. because the combination of Joe E. Lewis and Frances Faye at
'he Bdeil Roc Pompeii room is hitting a new high in hilarity.
Among the local groups to enjoy Diosa Costello's "Crazy with the
Heat" revue at the Saxony recently have been B'nai B'rith. Maitre d'
Velez is in charge of party groups there, and can work out dinner
arrangements to any club's advantage. Peoe Miller, who performed
with Diosa in "Havana Mardi Gras," has joined her all-new Saxony
show.
Charlie Farrell keeps rolling along on a tide of song and funmaking
it 'he Balmoral. He's one of the all-time top entertainment favorites
in this locality.
Al Goldman, the Fu Manchu boss, has been greeting hosts of night
club stars at his 71st st. oasis of Cantonese delights, among them re-
cently. Sophie Tucker. Don Rickles. and Diosa Costello.
Something new in night club entertainment is "Caught in the Act."
starring Jack de Leon. Terry Haven. Joe Ross. Jerry Newby. Anne
Jone.. and Linda Lavin.
"Caught in the Act" can be caught in the Downstairs room of the
Seville hotel, on the oceanfront at 29th st. Show times are 9 and 11
p.m., and 1 a.m.
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Bv Barney (Jlazer
HOLLYWOODA sudden surge
ot reader reaction disagrees with
my Oscar prediction that Ernest
Gold's "Exodus" will win it for
the best store, and "Never on
Sunday" will take the best song
honors. These readers favor
Dimitri Tiomkin's 'Alamo" for
the hist score Oscar. They're
placing chips on Tiomkin's and
Paul Francis Webster's "The
Green Leaves of Summer' in the
be-i -ong category Oddly
enough, both Krnest Gold and Di-
mitri Tiomkin are half Jewish .
A letter from a reader says he
hopes it isn't true that Efrem
Zimbalist. jr., is converting to
Catholicism. Obviously, my read-
er mistakenly believes that Efrem
is Jewish. He is Protestant Epis-
copalian, and his children are be-
ing raised in the same faith. It is
true. Efrem advises me. that he
actually began instructions Iast
veer to convert to Catholicism but
decided to discontinue.
Cliiers to ABC-TV's newscaster
Ray Ii win for his fearless expos-
ure of Nazi hate publications,
which he feels can be knocked off
with open publicity, not silence as
we've been Doing until now .
Abe Schiller, executive vice pr< -;
dent of the Flamingo hotel, I/>s
Vegas, appeared at the Hialeah
race track in Florida dressed in
the hotel's traditional color theme
pink. Abe wore a pink 10-gallon
hat. pink outfit, and pink boots,
but he couldn't find a pink horse,
and he tried.
Don't be surprised if Gogi Grant
sm^s a full evening of Yiddish
songs at the Metropolitan Opera
in New York ... At a recent
kibitz banquet. Jeff Chandler was
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Jewish Indian chief in America."
Jeff won that honor as the result
of the dozens of Indian roles he
played in films.
Allhough Rosalind Russell won
the movie role as the Yiddisha
momma in "Majority of One."
I'm amazed that Gertrude Berg
wasn't cast. She'd be a natural
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the nod over Gertrude is that Roz
can make the movie turnstiles
click. The fans will pay to see
her. regardless of the vehicle.
Dave Barry, one of our top
comedians, was very funny in his
Cocoanut Grove stand, viz: "My
wife is on a diet. She takes pills
to paralyze her mouth'' .
"Everybody thinks I'm related to
Gene Barry, the television star
His name is Weinstein and mine
is Segal" ... "I went to Israel
recently to help raise money for
the I'nited States" "In Israel,
the kids paint Mogen Davids on
Volkswagens" "Israel airlines
use an old grandma hostess who
walks around saying: 'Eat it! I
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pride to his wonderful fafher.
Carl, who used to be the personal
tailor for dozens of famous film
stars Now blind, "Pop" Miller
was loved by all Hollywood ... I
Sidney's wife lslr appeared in \4
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vJewisli flkrSdffrn
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They Rate Highest in UM Aptitude Examination
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By ISRAEL GROVE
' Staff Writer
.Rabbi Alexander & Gross,:prin>.
paJ of the. Hebrew Academy of
i rialt Nf.aaii, declares in an
rtrclt in a' recent issue of "The
ftMMl Parent" that he was more
th;-t). skeptical when it was sug-
ge-tcri to him 13 years ago that
there was a great opportunity to
start a day school, a "Mokom
Torah," in Miami Beach. ,
His first impression of the glit-
tering and glamorous hotel tronts
dui little to allay these misgiv-
ings. However, a quick survey
of the community and a meeting
with a group of men concerned
with a school from which would
grow a Torah community, con-
vinced him that here was one of
the cities In the United States
ready for a lay school.
The men behind the movement
incliu ed Dr. David S Andron,
Sam Reinhard, Aaron S. Lauer,
[Dr. ltwin H' Makovsky and the
(late Samuel M. Grundwerg and
| Rabbi Jacob L. Anc'ron.
The idea, having been con-
ceived ar.d agreed upon, still
lacked the practical means of
aalization Missing were a build-
ing location, a:td, perhaps, most
Important of all. children.
Now, from the comparitive ma-
turity of !h Bar Muzvah year.
Rabbi Gross recalls that "it was
jlifficr.lt to :-.-v;nce Miami Beach
Barents to enroll their children
.Wider th.' i'\:stmj conditions."
Aitci mui'i knocking on doors,
ing bells, pleading and beg-
:, a concentrated drive for
btu.'.ents n.'tvi 19 "kin eruartc-
ner-. the I Y.M11A building
used, anl the new educa-
ternl venture was born.
AFTER 13 YEARS A PLANT.
reached 80 students, and a new
grade each year straight through
Junior High School was added
until the capacity of 350 students
was reached
In Rabbi Gross' view, from its
inception, the policy of the Aca-
demy has been to put the quality
of the teacher above all. adher-
ing to the belief that the teacher
establishes t b e standards of a
school.
Recently, an educational sur-
vey was made by the Reading
Clinic. University of Miami, with
the cooperation cf administration
and teaching staff of the Hebrew
Academy. The Standford Achieve-
ment Test was given to children
in the Acuemy, grades four
through nine, in paragraph read-
ing, word meaning, spelling, lan-
guage, arithmetic reasoning,
arithmetic computation, social
studies, science and study skills.
T.ie general intelligence of the
3-Team Race For Championship
Mu.
ner
Ear
International World Series Dou-
bles Championship at the Dania
Jai-Alal Palace became a three-
cam race with the completion of
the seventh and next to last game
of the series, five teams having
been eliminated.
Brothers Careaga and Carea,
better than a-win-a-night pace
Reto. probably the most improved
player on the roster, is seven wins
behind, but is playing so well that
he may overtake Egurbi yet.
In the National Singles Cham-
pionship, Egurbi leads, with Ver-
gara second and Ignacio third. The
race is still very tight, as a result
representing the Philippines, hold
a five-point edge over Spain's j of the performances by Alex, three
Egurbi and Marcel, and a six-point i wins off the pace. Laca and Bari.
The organisation grew rapidly. bulc over I:aly,s Vcrgara and Ig.!
Children war? enrolled tor the nat,j0 BWMSi
The Diamond Doubles Stakes,
the "Kentucky Derby of Jai-Alai,"
starts two days after the Interna-
tional World Series ends.
Powerful Egurbi is still eating
up the opposition i n the "Most
Six months after the Academy' Games Won" title race. The tal-
vas founde I total enrollment ented front courtcr is playing at a
ung school year, and a new
building was purchased, the
Methodist hi-ise of worship on
Sixth st.. and Jefferson ave. The
program s? about synthesizing
American a Hebrew learning.
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general learning ability. About
25 percent of the entire school
falls In the normal group, some
25 percent have good potential
high school ability, and 75 per-
cent with application, should be
able to do college work.
From a study of the test, the
school as a whole is shown to be
definitely above the national stan-
dard in the country in all sub-
jects. In relationship of achieve-
ment and intelligence, the stu-
dents are working fairly close to
their mental ability.
Taken grace by grade, the
tests reveal some startling facts.
In grade 4 children are 1.2 grades
above the national standard in
reading and spelling and 2.3
grades above in language. The
range of intelligence is 85-133.
with an average of 109. About
50 percent are superior in gene-
ral intelligence, and the class is
working fairly close to their abil-
ity.
In grades five and six. the per-
centage above the national stand-
ing is not much different in read-
ing, spelling, and language, than
it is in grade four, but the class
average is considerably higher.
and the classes are slightly above
mental expectation..
In grace seven, there is a jump
to 2.5 grades above the national
standard in reading, slightly
more than 1.0 grade in spelling,
4.2 grades ia. langnage. 2.5 ia
arithnu'tie reasoning apd^jEimda-
inenta'ls. Tht*''average for all sub-
ject- is 2.5 jzrades. with 8u per-
cent of the children superior in
general learning ability as mea-
sured by the intelligence tests.
In grade eight, there is again
an increase with 3 2 grades above
the national standard in reading
and 3.8 in language; although in
grade nine, there is a slight drop
in all gra> es. However, the I. Q.
for the classes is 115 and 119,
which i< definitely superior, and
the actual achievement level is
10.2 and 11.5, which is nearly a
grade higher.
Now, when the Hebrew Day
School has become a vital and
fast-growing educational form in
American Judaism, the Hebrew
Academj. with severe growing
pains behind it. is looking forward
to further expansion and growth.
Construction of a $1,000,000
building en Pine Tree dr., and
24 st.. on Miami Beach will con-
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500 to 700 students, a huge cafe-
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Friday. March 3. 1931
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"Look, Brodsky, it Mini your kid opparcnHy
doem'f know Hie meaning of Hie word 'Skolom'!"
BfNNfT
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Yeshiva Univ. Jubilee Marked
Over 200 persons attended -i din-
ner at the Sterling hotel rues
day to hear Dr. Samuel Belkin.
president of Yeshiva University.
The dinner was one of \ ier I> ol
Israeli Paintings
Now on View
At Emanu-EI
Some 100 paintings and graphics
by renowned Israeli artists opened
on exhibition at the Jewish Museum
of Temple Emanu-EI on Sunday.
The exhibit will be free to the pub-
lic for one month.
The art works include such fa
mous painters as Matus. Melitta,
Mokady. Okshi. Mane-Katz. and
Janco. They are frcm the collect
tion of the Jerusalem Art Center.,
whose director [| Mils Yurka
Mann.
Scheduled in conjunction with
the exhibit is a series of lectures
and guided tours. The first will
be on Monday, featuring Prof.
Jerry Friedman, of the Univer-
sity of Miami art department,
and Miss Mann, before students
of a UM Greek-letter honorary.
on Mar 15, Mi Mann will (..
rail "Kite <>i the Artist and \r m
Israel" before .i combined meet-
'ii bc Reformed si-' i ol
Greater Miami at Temple Beth
Sholon
The current exhibition c imes
from the Atlan'a Museum which
has just acquired "View of ACTS
l)> Oehkl, making five Israeli
paintings in the museum's COUl
turn The art ork> were flown
bere from Israel by El AJ Air
Lines
Mrs Jennie Grossinger bai been
named honorary chairman of a
women's committee in behalf of
(hi exhibit Mrs Anna Brenner
Mayers is co-chairman.
Diamond Jubilee -vents ^ held
rid the oati in '.'..- >ear in cel-
ebration of the unit ... 75th
jcadamic year
Dr. Belkin highlighted his ad-
Irees by declaring that human
knowledge mu-t include a fourth
dimension, the study of man's
thical and spiritual values, in or-
der to be meaningful." Dr Belkin
said that "the fourth dimension is
a science of living, and gives hu-
; man existence a moral reason for
being."
Other speakers were Max J.
Etra, chairman of Yeshiva Uni-
versity's board of trustees, and
Rabbi Herscnel Schachter, spirit-
ual leader of Moshelu Jewish |
Center, the Bronx, N. Y. A total
of $101,400 was contributed to the
university at the dinner.
A special feature of the event
was the presentation of medallions
lo 'Ambassadors.' persons who
contribute SI.000 a year to the uni-
versity Among these were Ben-
jamin Casser, Jacob c Cohen, Mrs.
lennie Dressner. Abraham M El-
til, Max .1 Etna, Mr. and Mrs
Morn.-. Falk, Mrs Samuel Fassler.
Mayer Frankel, Sol Furst, Mrs
Herman Geller Louis Gordoa,
Max Gobrow
And lire Jennie Grossinger, Mrs
\nna Mer/t.-id. William Horowitz,
Samuel Kaplan. Jacob A Klein,
Hyman Krivoff, Daniel A 1.
Max Leveoson, Abraham S Levey,
erbaum Foundation, Abraham
1 Mutter, Mrs Evi Bzura Miller.
iabriel N< usta l< r Nathan Peri
itein, Mr and Mrs. Leon l\ I
k\ [van Salomon. Mrs M.ir>
ScMeifer, Schreiber Foundation,
Harry Scbumer Hi ryN Schwartz,
Airs. Sarah Striar. Mr. and Mrs
Samuel Toxin, Maurice Tempels-
nan. A F Wechslei, and Joseph
Wolin.sk>
Rabbi Irving Lehrman examines "Simchas Torah." by Matus,
Israeli artists who recently passed away, now on exhibit
among some 100 other paintings and graphics at Temple
Emanu-EI. Miss Yurka Mann, director of the Jerusalem Art
Center, looks on.
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J3ar ^/Hitzvalt
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a 3ar or 6as A,*.iTzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973. Miami 1, F!a., o-ie month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and p!jce of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded fo you courtesy of Bleckstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Robert Byer
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs Jack
H. Byer. 2131 SW 24th ter will be
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Mar 4. a: Miami Hebrew Congre-
gation, with Rabbi Abraham Levi-
tan officiating
Robert is an eighth grade student
at Shenindoah Junior High and is
a member of the school band Mis
I :>ie< are science and aircraft
modeling
Kiddush in his honor will follow
services

Steven Seidman
Saturday morning services, Mar.
4. at Temple Zion will include the
liar Mitzvah of Steven, son of Mr.
ind Mrs. Benjamin Seidman with
Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating.
Steven is an eighth gra.ie honor
student at Riviera Junior High and
a member of the Khoury League
baseball team.
His parents will host the Kiddush
following services.

Da vie" El man
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of David,
son of Mrs. Frances El man, on
Saturday morning. Mar. 4. at Tem-
ple .Kill,-a
David has been a member of the
Hebrew school for three years, and
allowing his Bar Mitzvah will en-
ter the confirmation department.
He is a student at Ponce de Leon
lunior High, and in the eighth
.trade
Mrs. Elman will host the Kid-
dush in her son's honor

Richard Cohan
Bar Mitzvah of Richard, son of
Mr. and Mrs Howard Cohan. 6811
SW 4th st Miami, will be celebrat-
ed Saturday morning. Mar 4. at
Congregation Beth El. with Rabbi
Soloman Schiff officiating
Richard 1- a seventh grade stu-
lent at Kinloch Park Junior High

Richard Zinn
Temple Beth Sholom will be the
;ite of the Bar Mitzvah of Richard.
son of Mr and Mn Harold Zinn,
1530 N Meridian ave Satin-
noming, Mar 4. with Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating.
Richard is a student n 'he Beth
SI 'lorn confirmation class '' 5722

Judith Minti
Friday evening services, Mar 3.
it Congregation Vehudah Moshe
a ill Include the Bas Mitzvah ol
Fudy, daughter ol Mr and MM
Raymond Mints. Rabbi Sheldon
M. Steinmetz will officiate and pre-
-ent Judy with a certificate of ac-
complishment and a Bible
Judy is a seventh grade student
at North Miami Junior High, and
bjm been attending Popiel religious
school for five years
Mr. Minlz la currently president
ol the Men's Club, and Mrs. Mint/
is a former congregation PTA
president. They will aponsor an
Oneg Shabbat in Popiel Hall fol- titled. "Israeli Revue "
lowing services
Topping the talent-packed cast is
Laurence Huber Carol Dunn, wtio recently was un-
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate dersttldjr to famed Mme Renata
at the Bar Mitzvah of Laurence. Tobaldi when she sang here at the
son of Mr. and Mrs A. Victor Hu- Miami Beach Auditorium
ber, 5700 Alton rd.. on Saturday
morning. Mar. 4, at Temple Beth Other performers in the original
Sholora. '*,ow ar Leon Schachter. who also
Laurence is a student in the directed it. Gitel Stem. Al Winters
Beth Sholom confirmation class of and many more.
5722.
KtCHAtO
LAUKINCI
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Israeli Revue
Due at Cinema
Tribute will be paid to Israel on
I i'h birhday by the Cinema
lire this week The salute will
be in the form of a stage show
I student at Nautilus Junior High.
A luncheon in his honor a t v
new social hall will follow se-v
' ices

Paul L. Rosynes
i Bar Mitzvah of Paul L.. son o*
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rosynes, 6n
SW 16th ave.. will be celebr'at-i
Saturday morning. Mar. *4. afcV
gregation Beth El. with Rabbi Sol-
omon Schiff officiating.
Paul is a student at Beth El He-
brew school, and attends seventh
grade at Ada Merritt Junior Hig.i
where he is on the Dean's List. He
plays saxophone in the school baal

Mark Tytell
Beth David Congregation will b>
the lite of the Bar Mitzvah of M u
Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs, Bet
Tytell. 1310 SW 20 st.. on S
day morning. Mar. 4. with Rabc
Norman Shapiro officiating
Mark is an eighth grade Student
at Shenandoah Junior H
attends the religious school of Be- 1
David. He is a member
Junior Choir Cantor's Club.
His parents will host the Ki I
::i his honor following services.
Marc Hechtman
Marc Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs
Daniel Hechtman. will be Bar M.
vah Saturday morning. Mar. 4. al
Southwest Jewish Center, v, \
Rabbi Maurice Klein officiating.
Marc attends West Miami Junio-
High and plays in the school ban I
He is a representative to the Stu
dent Council and plans to major in
science. He will become a member
of the United Synagogue Youth

Jeffrey Norwood
Rabbi Nathan Zwitman officiated
at the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Lee,
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Norwood, o 1
Saturday. Feb. 18. at Temple Tif
ereth Israel.
Jeffrey was also awarded th.;
Ner Tamid. Boy Scouts God and
Country award.
Mayor Henry Milander of Hia
leah attended the services. Jef-
frey is well-known in the Miami
area as an accomplished pianist.
*
Clifford and Mitchell Weinstein
Cliftord and Mitchell, twin 1 1
of Mr and Mrs David Weinstem
w.ll celebrate their Bar Mttivab
during Saturday morning aervic
Mar 4. a; Teruple Emanu-EI. Dr.
Irving lehrman will officiate
Clifford and Mitchell are iei
lei la It Nautilus Ju:
Hi ten,I Temple Em
-v liool.
Frederick Brooks
ng sen ice*, M
4 \ V
an will
of Frederick Dane ton 0 Mr
Mra In ing Brooks H
5 a si auber officiating
lerick is in the
at North Miami Junioi
ia a member of the Little
n ibbies are sports, mua
. iii Electing.
\ reception in his honor wil
held at his home. 92J Nrl 172 -
No Miami Beach, on Sundae h
2 ta5 p.m.
*
Bonnet Marvin
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Benne',
son of Mr and Mrs Reuben Levi
Saturday morning. Mar 4. a- Beth
Torah Congregation.
Bennet is a seventh grade stu-
dent at North Miami Beach Junto;
High and is completing his fitt 1
year in Hebrew at Beth Torah.
His parents will tender the KiJ-
dush in his honor.

The screen hit is "The Jewish
Melody""Yiddisher Nigen." star-
ring Chaim Tauber and Esther
Henry Jacobson
Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs San- cai/man'
ford Jacobson. 325 88th st.. Miami
Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah Satur-1 The Cinema Theatre has broken
day morning. Mar. 4, at Temple all records for attendance in the
Menorah with Rabbi Mayer Abram-.past two months, since the incep-
owitz officiating. [ tion of Ua two-for-the-price-of-one
Henry is a graduate of the re- i policyall--star stage shows, with
ligious school and now attends He foremost Yiddish theatre artists,
brew High School He is also a and top motion pictures.
Emma Lazarus
Affair Sunday
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B'nth Women will hold its second
annual "Queen for a Day" affair
on Sunday. 4 to 7 p.m.. at the Elks
Club.
The function will include dinner,
dancing, entertainment, and life
music by the Miami Federation of
Musicians. A complete outfit wili
be given as a grand prize
Proceeds are for the Jewish Na-
tional Home for Asthmatic Chil-
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Now Hampshire Sen. and Mrs. Styles Bridges out-of-town guests (standing left to right) Massa-
(Matod left) were guests of honor at a recent chusetts Assistant Attorney General and Mrs.
dinner at the Eden Roc hotel hosted by Miami Daniel P. Kiley, and Mr. and Mrs. Laslow Som-
Btach residents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oritt mers, of Washinaton. D.C. The Oritts and
(ated right). Also in the party were Miamian Bridges are longtime personal friends.
Mr*. Thomas Carney (seated far right) and
Dr. Andron Takes
Over N J. Hotel
Dr. David S. Andron. noted ho-
telman and commual leader, an-
nounced this week the acquistion of
the Hollywood hotel, the famed
Jersey coast resort located in West
End. N. J.
Dr. Andron will open the hotel
for the forthcoming ?..--< vtr holi-
days commencing Mar. 31. and will
'operate it as an all-year-round re-
tort.
In a bmchure r ["he Mag-
ic of a New Appr ach." he out-
lines ncvel and -rce.al f
including '"unco: [conven-
tion!," a 'cluli p'.an."
"celebration weekend.- a many
ether vacation deas which Dr
Andron has irUrc. con-
duct of his hotels.
In Miami Beach, Dr. Andron
has- owned, and operated, among
cth#r hotel*, the / anac, Sen-
ator, Tawara, Ocean Grande,
Ocean Spray, Pierre, Albion, and
Prince Michael. He has alto con-
ducted) and operated hotels in
New York end Pennsylvania.
Until recently, he also operated
Andron* Loon Lake hotel in the
Adirondack Mountains, N. Y.
Dr. Andron is past president of
the Miami Beach Zionist Organi-i
ration, treasurer of the Florida [
Zionist Council, and national co-;
chairman of the ZOA convention
of IMS. He is the founder and
honorary life president of the He-
brew Academy of Miami Beach.
He has served as vice president of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
and founder and officer of a num-
ber of aynagogues, philanthropic
organizations and communal insti-
tutions in the Greater Miami com-'
munity. For many years, he was
vice president of the Miami Beach
Hotel Owners Assn.
The Hollywood hotel, attractive-
ly furnished and decorated, offers'
an Olympic swimming pool, night
club, gardens and sun-decks, play >
rooms, the Shell Room. Mermaid j
Bar, and other recreational facil-
lilies.
MRS. "'ESSIE SCLOVON
i .. i j. she
1111 i hi yean ago from Net*
York kiii i resentatlvt i ;
tin- Vel .. n vii.un-
!.! wi ik. ad woi led Ith
Hi- lewlsh v.'.n Veterana for ::.' yean
and was i tldeni Surviving
.i 11 hei hut an I, Han j a son, 8< .
mi.in: |\M brother*: a sister and two
grandchildren Miami's Murray Solo-
mon Poet 11 Jewish War Veterana was
named in honor of a late son Services
were Feb. : In Gordon Funeral Horn.
H. JERAULD FRANK
4, of 2;'ol S\V 1'4 ter., died Feb. 23. He
Came here six years ajro from Chica-
go and was a retired Clothing sales-
man. Surviving are his wife, Mildred:
a son, Arthur; a daughter, a brother,
three sisters, including Mrs. Min Col-
ton, and five grandchl'dren. Services
were Feb. 6 In Got don Funeral Home.
SAMUEL GOLDBERG
fi!'. of 13105 IXOra it.. No. Miami, died
Feb. 23. He came here nine yeai-s ago
from Dotrrit anil was a retired patent
development engineer. He was a Ma-
son. Suiviving an- his wile. Fannie.
and a ton, Roj Services wan Pitt :.;
in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Nor-
mandy Is'.
NATHAN GREENFIELD
81, of 7"; UaH dr No. Bay Vil-
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are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for divorce has been flfVil
against you, and you ure required t"
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
inc to the Bill of Complaint on tV
plaintiff's attorney. IRVING NA-
THANSON, 1674 Meridian Avenue, Ml-
"" Beaoh, Horlda. and file the Orig-
inal on or before the 3rd day of April,
18*1. If you fail to do so. Judgment
will be taken against you by default
for the relief d< nianded in the Bill ..f
Complain)
!< NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, Ihis :'Jth day of February.
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"Going Away" party recently honored Dr. Israel Brodie, Chief
Rabbi of Great Britain, at the Lombardy hotel. Stcndinq (left
to right) are Ivan Salomon and Moms Sugerman, charter mem-
bers of Beth Israel Congregation; Sam Schwartz, of New York
and Miami Beach; Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, spiritual leader
of Beth Israel, host synagogue during Dr. Brodie's stay; and
Harry N. Schwartz, synagogue charter member. Seated are
Rabbi A. S. Rosenberg, rabbinic administrator of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, who made a spe-
cial trip from New York for the occasion; and Dr. Brodie.
KCPPEL
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Phi Sig Alum Meeting
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami were to hold a
monthly meeting Thursday even-
ing, 8:15 p.m., at the home of MFC
Ben Saul, 30 NW 186 ter.
Yeshiva Debate
Group Dae Here
Yeshiva University'.* debating
society will meet at Temple Ner
Tamid under the sponsorship of
the Men's Club on Sunday evening.
Topic will he "Reolved-That
the Electoral College be Abolish-
ed," With Tobias Simon and Mau-
rice L. Za'retsky, Temple members,
arguing for the affirmative.
Yeshiva University students are
taking both the negative and af-
firmative positions during their
tour, which will include 25 colleges
anft-imlversltres from 'the west
coast to New England.
Yeshiva University comprises 17
schools and divisions located at six
teaching centers in New York City.
One of the representatives of the
debating team will speak on "The
Value of Day School Education" at
Friday evening services at Temple
Ner Tamid.
$350,000 Gift Will
Be Told Here
Maurice Le\in, of Miami Beach
and South Orange. N. J anc
G?orge Levin, of South Grange.
Thursday morning were to an-
nounce a $350,000 gift to the He-
brew University of Jerusalem fcr
he construction of a new physic?
teaching building.
The vital structure in Israel's
first and largest university will be
named the Maurice and George
Levin Physics Teaching bldg. Its
importance is evident from the
paramount role which Hebrew Uni-
versity physicists are playing in
atomic energy research and other
significant fields of scientific
siuiy.
Maurice Levin, who Wit to at-
tend a Thursday broakfasr at tlsa
Fontainablaau hotel, hosted by
Louis H. Boyar, of Los Ang*t*s,
has visited Israel several times
in connection with his profound
interest in the country's develop-
ment. Both Levin brothors are
outstanding leaders of the Jew-
ish community in Essex County,
N. J.
They are widely known through-
out the country for their leadership
in the United Jewish Appea] and
State of Israel Bonds.
August bros rYi
.^ is the BEST'
Realty Broker
Dies at Age 53
Mitchell Shapo, 53. c: 1600 SW
'. 17th ave died Feb. 25. A native
of Key West, he came from Phila-
! delphia 16 years ago. having lived
1 here befcre returning tc- Philadel-
: phia.
He was a real estate broker.
; president of the Greater Miami
I Jewish Cemetery Assn a member
of the Southwell Real Estate
Broker.- Assn and the board o*
directors of Beth David Congrega
; ticn.
He was a past vice president of
the Men's Club of Beth David Con-
gregation.
Surviving are his wife, Norma.
j two sons. Marshall and Ronald; a
I brother and three sisters. Serv-
ices were Feb. 27 in Gordon Fu-
: neral Home.
SAM CLARK
01, ,.; 540 W HO al V I l>. '' <
TM. I* He fi.mf h. re 7 i r* "f
from Banker, Mr. and was u rel
donceaalenaife. Surviving ar> h!a wife
Miiry. ajtt&ra ferrvl.eaa were Fob, :'X in Mew-
n 1. r. PSirK ral Home.
SAM LEVINE
do, of $47 Washington ave.. Miami
l>ea<. dli-il Fel>.'S6. He c*trm h. i
;.'r.irs afro from New York City am'
u.is ji retired hoti'l owjier. Surviv-
ing la his wife.'Anne. Bervlcea wen
b New York with I{|v< rside Memorial
Chapel In charge Jo HVMAN COOPER
63. of 104T NE 78 rd.. died Teh 2S Hr
...:., hi [i- 10 yaani aao from New
"York fiHlWai :i mpv"^er of Itetli Tornh
Tampla and CKid Fellows Lodg .'ir-
e r .-. : :.-le-
' -

Surv'.vini
Mr*
: .. :
ll
26 .'. i..^
Mi m<
VCRRlS LITTMAN
S7, of 357 NE : ter dlei
H.- cam* here from New 1
\ eai a agi Bi..... i l aon, 1 >on-
ald: two --.:- Mr- .-.ir.i Gordon
nnd Mra. Clara Hi and 1 bro-
thers, Including Joseph Services wen
Feb. : In Rlvei ld< M< moi I i Chapt'.
! louglat rd.
LOU S MEYERS
75 f 2775 W Dkeechi bi. rd., Hla-
leah, died Feb. : i H- came here 20
ago from I n it and was a
in nt. t .i thi Miami showmen's
Assn., ht'iI the Elks Lodgi Surviving
are his wife Jean A., tv/o sons, h bro-
'her, : sinter i foui grandchildren.
Services wen Fel .' In Gordon Fu-
n. :,. )!.
NOT :e bv publcaticn
s_ -E RCl -C5JRTOF7HE
E-=S"-~- -OCALCIRCi'TOF
pt.cp ?- 4\d for c-oe
::--- -.chance^-
6"C 1985
S- FOR C'VOPC E
'
l-.ili
lor I nvorci
and > ..!. ]. .:
Insw-i
Bill of i 'omi la nl
mi..in. -.. Bl'RNETT
Road, Miami
' and fii. I'.. rlftlaal
ead ng in the offlci
I the i tircull Coui i on or
das of April. 1961. If
- judgment by default
again8l you for th. pe-
rt th< l llll of Complaint.
I shall published once
each >.. foi four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN
DONE VNI> i iRDERED al Miami,
28th day of Fil.ruarv.
Ah
F I L.EATHERMAN, Clork,
ull in. 1 >ad< County, Plot Ida
R II RICE, JR..
iiy Clerk
Rl'RNETT R< -Til
420 l. n li Rd Miami Beach, Fla
A.H ,-r y for ] laintiff
3 :i-li.-lT--Jl
ABRAHAM UNGER
MO Jeff en n ava Miami Beach
He Cl rn ht-rf 11 \ .. -
igo : S;n Iving are
'-.la wif< I ii ami
Dr. i aer .....'
Mi '-'. ilr.-n:
ind tw. -..-. :, .-
were Fel
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SAMUEL 2ACHARIA
if 22S ;:- No M iml
! ..-;-..' hei sev<
, ,: ; N .- v r i i. wai
Mi sh<
are his i fi Sarah; twi
laugl ten 5t< faass .
Mra. 1 soni Inoludlng
Murraj I I I thei Ihrei
nd six gri Service wer>
Pel .--- :.. rial C)la^.^l
VAX SCMULL
. M W( av< Ml m r-ea< h.
pel j | e hen yean
iro fr m New Tori S :i vln|
..:.
. tei Services
' :.:. norial CJ
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR-OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. M024-C
IN RF: Estate i.f
m:nn:e c MALMUTj
I'. ceaai ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pefaona Hav-
inar Claims or Den-., ndl Against Said
i Btati
You are heft bj r.i : Mad and required
to 1'ivsi nt any <'laim.s arid denianiK
which you may hav agalnat the estate
nf MINNIE C V-A!,Mri> VlePMSrd laTe
at Da Florida, to the coun-
> ii.i>.-i.- of Da County, i.nd file
the same ffici n th* i unty
..:: CAuntj. Fll
within < .....m the
date of th< first
r th< brfrri
HBRRERT S MAL.MUTJ

IBM ER :.. \I;T A RUSAEL.L.
\:t. ins
511 Li 0 lildlag
la
NOTICE UNDER
g CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NCI HEREBY GIVEN that
leading to engage ii
ndei the fictitious name of
: -v '. RAFF at rM20 N.E r.'th
Miami Beach, Fla., In-
ter said nami ith th.-
thi "lr< .at Court of Da'd

.1 WASSKHMAN
j _____________________________3/3-10- 1 7 -1
vCTICE OF
WAREe-OLSEMANS SALE
N ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th .t
' Chapter 678 of Florida
Stai inm lat. d 118 ll >. Ware-
and Wai house Reci Ipi ,
E-R.B VAN links. INC
i bj v Irtue of lt^
n lias In its possi salon
the 1 i ad property:
. \~ the property ol
Mi Mn David Franklin
Daytona Heach.
and thi household (roods of Mrs
;:...:. :.im s.w. isi-ih Ate-
Mil I:.. anil the household
Celeste Benjamin, 7"L'
NW. 2nd AVerrOe, Miami. F1h ; and
that i 25th da) of March, r.'Gi.
..I hours of sal., malnlj
i forenoon ami 2:00 In
l the aftern ion, a: 2i!Wi N.W. 24ih w,
nu< Mian i. Florida, the undersigned
[Shall offei fi r sale to the hlfheal Ud-
in: Wl cash lb hand the, above de.--
.. i. ii pruierty, aa the property of
Mr and Mn David Fnmkiin. trz
aven Project, Daytona Beach,
Fla.: and the household (roods of Mrs
Herthh 1. Mullihla, .".40 S.W. 39th Ave-
-.: Miami. Fia.; and the household
of Mr.- CelesU Benjamin, TO!
N W 2nd Avenue, Miami. Fla.
Dated at M'.ami, Florida, this 1st
d.i, Manh. 19*1.
ACE-R.B. VAN LINES. INC.
_______________________________3/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FtCTITtOUS NAME LAW
Nii'i ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thit
iderslgbed, deslrlnc to engags In
... ,.r.dei ih. fictitious nam. of
PARTMENT8 at
I P Miami Roach. Fla..
Int< ti register said nan with
a i ull Court ol Dads

TVi-iiRP.
orp.
. i rwnsr
FRANK r FREEMAN
ant
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Friday. March 2. 1961,
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PRICES IN THIS AD
EFFECTIVE THRU
FRIDAY
1
MARCH 10th
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
FREEZER SALE!
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You'll get SELECT QUALITY ot ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut
ond trim assure you of better cooking ond tastier meals. For
maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer durmg this sale.
Every Pound of Meat Sold with a Money-Back Guarantee!
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WHOLE RIB
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69
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CHUCK
90 to 100 LB. AVERAGE
c
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30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE
RACK OF
LAMB
5 to 6 LB.
AVERAGE
79
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15 to 20 LB.
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for "pi
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Steer Liver
10 LB. AVERAGE
43
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2V2 LB. AVERAGE
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