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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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iTewislh Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vo!uir>. 34 Number 11
Miami. Florida. Friday. March 17. 1961
Three Sections Price 2dc
SENATE CONFIRMS APPOINTMENT
JFK Sure Meriwether
Will Do Good Job
On Import Bank Board
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UN 'OS (JTA) President Kenned) express? confidence
M lleriwether confirmed bj a hh to 18 Senate
v oi racism woul I do a good tor Q(
' ->: import Bank
'' F ;liu.. g the I ... vote bj the
i mtr ers
i, Kenned) tol a press con-
ike ; tver Meri
wether record, l minee
approved by an er
thi Date,
and that 1 am confident he will
1 a good >h"'
The 18 who voted against con-
firmation included i.berals of
both parties. Sen. Wayne Morse.
Oregon Democrat, told the Sen-
ate he had no doubt that if Presi-
dent Kennedy had known at the
time Mr. Meriwether was named
all that has since been discov-
ered, "he wouldn't have made
tfe nomination in the first place."
Adenauer
Kits Eichmann
Nazi Murders
ha nee! lor Kon
i le a special
rostrum of the
iffirminj tl I
ilutely
condemnation
inn and his
statement came
i: tei .n the Lower
I : >rs of the Social
r liOO demanded
>>r repudiate a
3-rir' :ampaign agam-t
\ lyor Of We-t Ber
the Social Demo
On the la) before the confirma-
tion the Senate afti i a heated and
ma live hour debate in
which party lines were disregard-
ed rejected bj i i >< of 66 to im
a motion to recommit to the Senate
Banking Committee the controver
sial nomination.
Defeat of the recommitment mo-
i ii im; ."xnm ut-mu- wnrai ui mr rvwuiuiiimcui mu-
the forthcoming tion. introduced b> Sen Jacob Ja
Some of the Chancel- vits, New York Republican, waa
s I iad accused Brandt SCCOmpUshed by j coalition of a
i ISC he emigrated _
iring the Nazi re Cont.noed on Page 11-A
limp _^______^____.
Dr. Toynbee
At it Again
WEST CHESTER. Pa
British historian Arnold Toynbee
reiterated .it pubUc meeting here
this week his charge that the treat
ment of the Arabs b) Israel was
morally equivalent to the Nazi
genoci i > European Jews.
He was sharpl) chalu nged by the
local ral>ln
Dr Toynbee ma le the statement
Brier, asserting np\i a question I illowing his
Cori.nued on Pq n-A delivery ol the annual PhiUpps
Fntj Erie- t*e Social Demo
t'tUt cpvt> chairman of the
Bvnderag, < the floor to do-
nind rtpudiiti^n of these t-
ks en Brandt. Ho told the
thimt.r mi* Hitter and Eich-
ninn, ho is -v>w awaiting trial
Israel for rha slaughter of six
tillior Jews, were not identical
rth Gtrnwi/. A voice from
Itht ficcr interrupted: "Neither
I" m i Brand*." The Social
lOemocat ec redly replied: "If
had -o cas* my vote for Eich-
|tnnn Cr Brandt, | would vote
.
. 'eel to this
r0f. ABHoio JOYNBll
... Israeli Nails
.Memorial lecture a: West Chester
Stale Col ege here The audience
of 3. mh) was mostl) non-Jewish
Rabbi Jerome Chervin, of Con-
gregation Kesher Israel, the only
synagogue in West Chester, arose
when Dr. Toynbee reiterated his
charge and said -t was his obli-
gation to clarify a few points of
history" for Dr. Toynbee and for
the record.
Rabbi Chervin said he would not
go so in ,i- I..... Pr >l roynbee
an out-and-out inti-S n lt< though
. (( itement b) Prol
William \ u :u'r mtel'
lectua -'"'
, ; y-nbee has a definite
negaj ird Israel and
Judai
the equation of
th). ; annihila-
i ropean Jews
and the i~ra.ii treatment of the
Continued on Pg 8 A
RO'.HT rencr
... Presidential ..reet.'njj
Knesset Votes
New Elections;
Coalition Fails
Poet Frost Off
To Hebrew U.
Lecture Series
N Ew V >RK- JTA Amer can
poei R t left this week
' H< r rsil Jem
.: ;t i turer
in Amei re and Cn
'. the abli 'd by
Samue Pali > i ; Phila lelphia, Pa
At a luncheon tendered to Mr
Frost here b) the American
Friends "t the Hebrew University
prior to h.~ departure. Daniel G.
Ross, chairman of the board, ex-
presea the organization's pro
found latisfaction over Mr. Frost's
visit to the Hebrew University.
"We w i i are dedicated to a pro-
gram of cultural interaction be-
tween our American civilization
and the fl n ering new civilization
of Israel, see in Robert Fost's
visit to 'he Hebrew University the
concrete expression of thi- idea
he said "We also see in it a re-
flection of Israel's quest for excel
lence Of mind and spirit."
President Kennedy, in a mes-
sage to Mr Frost, said. "I am de-
lighted t" learn of your recent ap-
pointment a- the first Samuel
Paley lecturer in American Cul-
ture and CivUiiation at the Hebrew
University ol Jerusalem. I know
that your visit will provide the
le of Israel wi'h a rare cul-
tural opportunit) I wish you all
success ii j >ur journe)
i Mr Frost ivho in January ap-
the President's inaugu-
ratioi i- N-".- Englander He
spends his inters, however, in
South \1. ;; v. here he has a
home
JERI 5ALSM JTA. The-
inessel Israel's Parliament, has
ppr -\, d it bout objection, a i
ion calling for the holding of na-
' I e House
i com |uestion of setting
" f r the r ing, proposals
ir which ranged from July
. -' 29. The committee is v
ecti I to reci mmen an
ime time in mid-August as con-.,
ir imis
The Km ssel vol I iwed the
: j f a letter fron Pre
n /.\ \ in which he notil
S m aker K :. .. hai
irties ha : i I i i ;: -
torn ation "t a
iov The Presidi
le I election- as the
.i*.\, for ^oiving the
month >'. 1 crisis
The President reported on his
ncor.clusive consolations with
party leaders and his efforts to
reconstitute the present Cabinet
Continued on Page 3-A
CAREER DIPLOMAT
Kennedy Picks
Envoy to Israel
.. VSHINGTON( JTA P-
Kenned) annouru
to appoint W I
ur 52, as United States \ n
Israel Mr B...'
is a plomat with pre\. > i;
in Caii > and Bagl
He ; i rest ntl) deputy chief :t
miss in London.
A nat ve ol Massachusetts, Mr.
Bar tour entered the United SI
I Service in 1930 after g
uating from Harvard University.
He served a number of years in
Italy. Greece, Bulgaria, and in l*ti
was as-ianed to Cairo and th- >
lad
Algerian Nationalists Call
Jewish Community 'Algerian'
WASHINGTON (JTA) A statement differentiatina between the
status of Algerian Jews and European elements in Algeria was issued
ihis week in a denial of anti-Semitism by the representative here of the
Algerian Front of National Liberation
A Chanderli. permanent "repre-*-
sentative of the Algerian revolu-
tionists, said: "With regard to Al-
gerian Jews, we consider that they
constitute a category completely
distinct from the European ele-
ment. The Algerian Jews are not
colonial Invaders."
"Oa the contrary," said the Al-
gerian nationalist spokesman,
'the 150.000 persons o* Jewish
faith in Algeria are historically
among tr-e earliest inhabitants of
the country. During the years of
ecloria! rule, Jews as well as
Arabs, being indigenous to Al-
geria, have been subject to the
disdain of the European colon
ists. During World War II, witn
pro-Vichy French elements in
control of Algeria, they were sub-
ject to special discriminatory
legislation and humiliations, in
accord with the anti-Semitic pol-
icies of the governmental author-
ities."
On the issue of whether Algeria's
- were French nationalists,
"since 1871 by means of a French
Government decree." Mr -
derli said, "the Algerian Jews a-o
Continued on Page 2-A
JEWS TIED TO FATE OF FRENCH
Secret Talks Estimate Algeria Future
p \p;l$ (JTA) Secret ne JOtia
n the fate of the Jew in
,;, the i i mtr) ia pven
a going on in

the French Government and the
: mal Libe-
ted here from
Freni
The report sai I thai the Alg*-
-t leaders seemed to
have accepted the idea that the
European community in Algeria
would be entitled to maintaining
dual nationalit) alter the country
i- !ar.' i independent. In this
rk. ii was indicated, the
j >: the Jewish populati
in Algeria w ill be the holders
two citizenshipsFrench and Al-
geria
The question of the status o*
the Jews in Algeria, who are now
all holders of French citizenship,
was raised by the French repre-
sentatives as part of a demand
that the Algerian nationalists pro-
vide necessary guarantees for
the European community in an
independent Algeria.
negotiations to clarify the
she Jews in I are
cludi l in Geneva by a
i) M Pomp i
- le (. tulle M Pompi ou is
sh, b u t i knowi
nterested In Jewi
ir.d particularly in the
lem of Algerian Jew., m \ Al-
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Orthodox Unit Slates Confab Here
|Counci!man Bernard A. Frank is shown receiving plague from
lire Ternocratic Club of Miami Beach as "Outsicndinc Civic
, : of Micmi Beach" at a recent annual .nsta.'lation din-
l:e: a: the Saxony hotel. Left to tight are Wall/ Giuck, pres-
pctail Councilman Frank; Harry Levy, executive member; and
Surfside Councilman Louis B Hoberman. chaumcr. cf the
1 :s committee. (See Story. Page 1C.'
Knesset Votes New Election
Continued lder the Premiership of David
ServGu'ion. President Ben-Zvi's
tion of the Knesset and new elec-
tions.
i -v parties who -uh
loi dissolution of
for new t lections,
ih< r.-i* .in a moral one
in mier Ben Gurion
it The parties
> i motions f"r new
I- Herut, the < neral
v idal Israel, Achdul
Vla| ..in an I tht N'al
' art)
. Ilai, Mapai depu-
ty, ho submitted a seventh hill
on behalf of his party, called tor
:he holding of teeth n on Aug 29
ilr made no efforl :< reply to cri
ti< s of Pn mier Ben Gurion His
partj. which < btairu d an unprece
dt nt< 'I mandati at th< p tils !<--
than two yei i would obtain
.i reaffirmatii thai vote, Mr
Bar Rav Hai declan d
A spokt for the Pro
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that the Progressives wishei
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W'U havt its annual conference
Mondaj at Waldmans hotel on Mi-
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ing our YouthChain nge 11 Living
Judaism through Sisterhood."
if' gistratfon starts at 10 a m .
with Mrs Max Gutman and Mrs.
Philip Kostick in charge Mrs Max
Rappaport. chairman, will extend
greetings, and Mrs. Jonah (apian
will preside.
Speakers will be Mrs Irving
Schwarti on Programming," Mrs.
Sherwin Stauber, "Fund-Raising,"
and Mrs. Jack Feinzeig, "Mem-
bership."
Lunch will h- served .it noon.
and Mr- David Lehrfield will give
,n'' invocation; Mrs Jonah Cap-
Ian Motzie; and Mrs Solomon
Schiff, Birchas Hamazon. Mrs
Fred Zisquit will preside, Mrs. I
s Weger, co-chairman, and Mrs.
Harry Personik, president. Flori-
da chapter, will present greetings.
Tht re n'iii be an aaaress by Rab-
bi Solomon Schiff, ol Congregation
Beth El, and Rabbi Louis Rottman,
it Beth Isr.-u l Congregation.
Mrs Louis Rottman tvill give
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noon will be concluded with the
singing ol the national anthem, led
by Mrs Abraham Topel.
Committee includes Mesdames
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Beth Israel; Milton Gottlieb, Young
Israel; Louis Baida, Beth Jacob;
Joseph Rackovsky. Beth Tfilah;
Abraham Topel, Miami Hebrew
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Also Mesdames David Lehrfield,
publicity; Frank Fine, individual
membership; Hyman Galbut, re-
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ISRAEL BUREAU Telephone 4-2861
. 2 Bi a \ thuda Tel Avn Is
RAY T BINDER Corrc^po-
New Election for Israel
If Israel's political dilemma continues up in
the air these days, at least one imponderable
has been resolved. There will be a national
election sometime during the summer months.
President Ben-Zvi's nth-hour maneuvering
'o recreate a government under Premier Ben-
Gurion has qone by the boards. Israel must
now take on the expense of en election cam-
n-cign.
So long as the youthful nation's mutli-party
system continues in force, it is too much to
expect that any major change will be in the
effing. The possibility that Mr. Ben-Gurion will
resume the premiership at the helm of a new
'-cc.it.cn is certainly a good one.
On the other hand, sufficient opposition ex-
its to defeat his slender Mapai control.
New political winds are blowinq in Isrcel
\-.ese days. New blood is or. the horizonat
east r.ew" to the extent that it has not yet
g.-oced the premiership. But whoever inherents
the ship of state, whether Mr. Ben-Gurion. him-
self, or a successor, the problem remains: a
multi-party system that is the essence of true
democracy and its createst deterrent at the
s: .retime.
So Icr.g as Israelis will not be accorded the
portunity to elect one of several clear work-
ing majorities, based on preference for the polit-
cgram the wini ajority criers, and
long c? c clear work::.- ma ority can not
:c.-.tentrcte on fulfilling its pre
period of qove-.-n .-.g I me .ong
-e plagued by mot crisis c:.d
":'
American Poet in Israel
' .."le bit of Miami has cor.f off to Isrcel
.-.e form of Robert Frost, renowned Amer rZn
zee-.
Mr. Frost is the first lecturer in American
Culture and Civilization at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem.
Although a solid New Englcnder. Mr. Frost
winters here in South Miami, and this commun-
ity takes pride that one of its residents has been
chosen to inaugurate the unique Hebrew Uni-
versity lecture series.
Poet Frot is about as American as a man
can possibly be. His wise, weather-beaten Hce
is a symbol of the ruqged determination that
has made our nation the world's leading democ-
racy.
His poetry speaks of Americc's simple heart
in simcle terms.
Mr. Frost's lectures should brinq a novel
menage to Isrcel about the hopes of free men
rywhere for the ultimate attainment of the
d cf pastcrcl peace universally envisioned
by the philosophic mind.

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North African Jewry's Fate

The Mchami
ry
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menl this week Ig .-..-
C- .:. _.- is
first re or i z: rliffi :ul y
e. For implicit in such
cr... 3 separate, not to unite.
Fee: is that Algeria's Tews however
z.er.- their roots in the country, are looked upon
cs Europeans not Africans. Thus, the fete of
this community is inevitably intertwined with
he fete of the French. If the French leave, as
ultimately appears inevitable, it would seem
the better part of valor for the Jewish community
to leave with them.
But reports from Paris and Algeria indicate
that the Jews are unwilling to do so. Their fu-
ture now seems as hazcrdous as Moroccan
Jewry's, even though they are gambling on the
tenuous hope that it is not.
The Latest Toynbee-ism
British historian Alfred Toynbee has had
a stormy career durina the past few veers. His
ups and downs, widely heralded in the press,
belie the sheltered seclusion with which aca-
demicians are frequently associated
In the first instance. Prof. Toynbee accused
the Jews of beino a "fossil" culture was
a kind of clear petulance in the charqe
symbolized by Toynbee's an
that Jews somehow iail to fit into his .se
pat view of history.
The more accommodating amon : i
conceive of nothing more va! lo sub-
mit to genocide in order to reaffirm the profes-
sor's faith in h:s very scholarly theories
not so one. Mr. Abba Ebon, a scholar >me
note himself, then Israel's Ambassa lot to the
United States and the United Natic
Also admirably equipped to deal with the
mystic view of history, Mr. Eban flun
bee chcrge back ct its source \
furor that rattled the British philosoj
tant speculation Duri -. the I
years the pre:.. >fessed
apology a profuse e: :.
them.
Almosl -
roynbee started th<
month in a series oi lectun
McGUl University where ho re-
stated charqe that Israel .; Hitlei ban-
a.mg of the Arab refugee s.. .,OG..
Sister Pa9" ^^ SeVeZl **** CC;c ta
It is somewhat sad to note ihose who
take tne professor on in debate new i:nd them-
selves accused cf vet another icreasin
called anti-Semitic. This is the newest nh l
iTo'rmai regara '? ** ** ^SSRA
Information Center propaganda
selves, while theorizing that philo-S
Israelophobia are perfectly compal "d
The argument will undoub: as e{{,r
hve as the Arab's owr. handl
P^itottonof confusion ( I6*
2JSE*? f Dr Toynlx houS
stoop to using it seems nigh on indefensible
Young Jewish Scientist Gave
His Life in Polar Expedition
By MILTCN FRIEDMAN
Jewish
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years '
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Israeis role in tha Greely
E*pedi*'On *as nadveitenly
revealed when A. L. Todd a
bographer recently researched
dusty archives and ciaries for
a book on Gen. Adolphus W.
Greely, Civil War veteran,
frontiersman, and pioneer Ar-
tie eaplorer.
Vpart pr< bj Gi
Greely Israi ther martyrs
:' tioi received no ol
I > Govern-
volun-
first > --
temat and fie study of
N -:'. Poll !'< rhaps the
\w\l
stimulate tx recognition.
Although d< for ign
Greely
ton un-
hen G< Bil > Mitchell,
Air Force | neei I ghi Con-
gn -- to gel thi ; er >
1 ngrt ssional M< ... I Hi nor
Th< Greelj Exj edil ;hc
American contnbui to the
- first c op< rati%'< mt< r
a] iciem ivor It
li i mational
i lar Yi

ther nal

cplor-

Israel was descbed by Greely
as the Beniam.n cf the epedi
lien, the beloved, youngest of the
brotherhood that emerged in
thiee years of Artie isc.at.on nd
agony.
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i nsin
I
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h i from
n which
that Ira< 22 an
unusy bni member
' class
tied his
, Tf'' m the
- dead!
mother, Mrs Ti Ik [si
I) gave
hrael was then ,worn in by th
Army in Wah,r.3ton w.th the
Cor. s'r9tin Sional
Corps Apart frem ,he phy,!,,^
*rael was the only university
graduate en the *Pdition"Mit.
higam had awsrdra his degr, ^ j
absentia.
Tho rest of the ( ., ^ I
mainlj Army ,
fougbl Indians
Though he
i thl te. I9i
na ol th. ruggi ,|
ere used to i
' ,j
man)
id
n
years i
I morak by led
and the 1 ;
their sacrifice s. H< I
w >rk He even ga> ;|
.re. on l.f< I
rful hut mild n a
:..< 1 adjusted to ..
lions, and heipt'd allc\ [
tion and borrdorr. d< : s sttl
us a> tht- youngest [
< !i eely an j (he e> [
phj sician toughl i-r..> I
partner.
The expedition was ..apcml
to be relieved in 1U3. Tragical
Iy, the relief ship was crushdl
in the ice and sank. Credril
party made their way toward cl
viliafion by foet and wHalfboatl
They were often lost amon? *tl
icebergs. So vital became VnvA
edge of their actual position, l
dangerous if adverse, Greely 9*1
Israel to withhcW noonday cill
lations from the others Not ncf|
did Israel betray this trust.
The starving gi 'I
doned for yet ai I
rescue ships 'I
through th< .vi
this last tragic inn i
shift shelter,
Israel rea
bj thi -I
blubber lamp I
"Israel sufferii I
I
ti >.-. but tu n : ?|
ttersnci "'|
plaints
ti ns dumdii
C to I
led
i
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fie threi i
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li
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months
my hand.- i
over las "I
kindness, considerat I
v.irv mc equsnunity I
en railed .
Hi- ssrvieei een verj
in our sen: tific work
inn the hunal sen |
ful of him and his iH
lieople, and
tion uhir'i
his con
Indeed. Gre. I
sleep Israel I
tual srarmtl
the free/...
Greely. a professional JJ1
who had only a hrgh seh**
Continued on Page '0 A


nda March 17. 1961
* If*HI tfrirMt-nr
Page 5-A
Reform Temples of So. Florida Convene
For Leadership Institute in Hollywood
: of the late Di. Chaim Weizmann. first Presi-
xlubited by the artist. 72-year-c!d Abraham
:*5 Drexel ave. A one-man show of his works.
[dyed and crushed egg shells, is on display until
[M :e of Miami Beach Federal Sav:-.g3 and Loan
Reform Temples of South Flon
c"a will hold a full day Leadership
Institute on Sunday at the Holly-
wood Beach hotel. The gathering,
planned for the purpose of pro-
viding guidance for Temple leader-
ship, will include speakers oi both
local and national prominence
To participate are Temple
Km inu El, Ft Lauderdale; Temple
Israel, West Palm Beach; Temple
Beth El, Hollywood; Temple Sinai,
North Miami; Temple Beth S*o
lom, Miami Beach; Temple Israel
<>f Greater Miami; Temple Judea,
Coral Gables; Hialeah Reform
Jewish Congregation; and Tern-
pie Meth Am. South Miami.
Irving Kati, executive secre-
tary of Temple Beth El, Detroit,
founder and past president of the
National Assn. of Temple Admini
strators, will speak at both the
mcrnir-g and afternoon sessions.
Author of many pamphlets and
articles ci synagogue admini-
stration, and cf the award win-
n*ng "A Chronology of the His-
tory of Jewish Community Ser-
vices in Detroit" and "The Beth
El Story," he will speak in the
morning en 'The Function of the
Board of Trustees in trte Modern
Synagogue." In the afternoon,
"The A.B.C. of Temple Finan-
cing" will be his topic.
Rabin Joseph HerZOg, 01 Tem-
ple Beth, of Philadelphia, will dis-
cuss "You and Your Judaism' ;.i
'he luncheon meeting. Rabbi Her
yen. graduate of the University of
Pennsvlvama and Phi Beta Kappa.
served in the chaplaincy and occu
.pied the pulpit in Park Forest. III.,
before acting in his present posi
tion.
Other participants include Rab-
bi Irving Cohen, ot Temple Israel,
West Palm Beach, an' Rabbi Sam
uel 7. Jaffe, Temple Beth HI. Hoi
Ij vood Discussants include Judge
Harry Arthur Greenberg, president
of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach, who will deal with the topii
The Role of the Senior Citizen
Within Our Temple "
"How to Activate the 25-40 Year-
Old Croup" will he .i -, .,, .1 |>\
Joseph Pardo, oi and
Ri Iht: Newman, of Templt .
Km, moderated by William Glad-
stone, I Temple Israel ol Greater
Miami.
Milton Forman, "I Temple Betl
El, and Irving Lebow, ol Temple
Emanu-EI, are co-chairmen of the
institute
lies, it ations can be made
through the office oi 'he union ot
American Hebrew Congregations
in Miami. Sam a Goldstein is
president oi the South Florida Fed-
eration, and Rabbi William Sajo-
witl is the local director.
Or. fieber to Speak
Florida chapter of the National
Parkii ton Foundation will hold the
>f its erii of H th
Forms on Monday 8 p.m .
Federal Savings and Loan
.--: 1133 Normand) dr Dr.
I h tries R Beber, acting direi I r,
division ol gerontology, University
of Miami, .school of medicine, will
- "Parkinson's Disease and
Aging "
Workmen's Circle
Chorus Slated
Greater Miami Workmen's Circle
Chorus will present it- fourth
r.ual concert on Sunday. 8 pm.. at
25 Washington ave. The chorus a
comprise of 30 mixed voices
ing Yiddish, Hebrew an I El I
folk son :
Director is Abraham Haiduck.
Piai i accompanist is Mrs V i
ham Haiduck.
S lists will be William R
ten >r, who will sin
in the Biblical can:,
Dream." by Zavel Z
Vvn ml Klesmer, bj I
i '
Also to !) heard is Neal Hal
young clarinetist, winner of I
i \ ard and recipient ol
Music Scholar-'
Temple Menorah Singletons
Temple Menorah Singletons will
hold it- next social on Sunday eve.
ning in the Youth Lounge Invited
are unattached men and women.
leach Zionists
lonor Sherman
president of the
District, will
v meeting of
inisl District
i Wednesday
i Plaza h
i < n active in
affairs in
i:rman of the
on
the '."o
N irth Sh< -
( lub So
". n rd ol
I Com i
Handu
l mi ,l nt
,ii
; of Pytl ...
he incheoi
lb t Fish'!
Rabbi Mayei
pie Menorah
the program
i > Ika, Miami
Commumt)
vt re
rVi fson an
*cret Talks
feigh Future
Cori
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represented
ed Boumandjel,
egotiators
organisations
me time con
Freneh officials
insurance! that Al-
be considered ,,n
European com
laranteea giv-
' lei to the Eu
:^ to Algerian
>h leaders were
Gaulle was
French riti
faith on the
ii .lews Were
81 such en
(ion ol the
The Privateer Who Helped Feed Washington s Army
Per,"Wfer is
'ul:u
CandidaU

r'mutter, attorne)
Baldwin bldj .
the Mam. Beach
'<' vacated by
Hru
:-ii,v
Harold B.
The British Army surrendered at York-
town, but ii may have been on the high
teas where they really lost the war.
Revolutionary privateers took more
than Ton British vessels during the war
ai l inflicted loss of ships and cargoes
worth $18,000,000! One of the most dar-
ing and effective of these Colonial priva-
teera was Captain Isaac Moses.
At the time the British captured Ne
York, Isaac Moses had been a prosperous
ship owner and merchant. But he nave
ins business and his warehouses up nd,
with other patriots such as Samml Judah,
Haym Salomon, and Genhon Mendes
Seixas,escaped to Philadelphia ami joined
the Pennsylvania militia at the age of
thirty-nine.
Robert Morns, the financier of the
Revolution who referred to Isaac Moses
in his dhwy as "my friend of austere cul-
ture and true knowledge," persuaded him
to enter into privateering in order to
provide the captured war material and
food for Washington's beleaguered army.
Captain Isaac Moses was more than
successful. His fast vessels soon became
the scourge of British shipping. Thou-
sands- of tons of foodstuffs, guns and
ammunition, destined for the British
troops in North America, were diverted
to the benefit of the Continental Army.
What the Americans could not supply at
home, her privateers harvested from the
high seas!
In later years, as an honored citizen of
the United States and a respected mem-
ber of the Jewish community, he helped
to build the first synagogue in Philadel-
phia. He also became, with Haym Salo-
mon, one of the original subscribers to
the Bank of North America.
P.LORILLARD COMPANY
ESTABLISHED 17BO
First with the Finest Cigarettes
through Lonllard research


Page 6-A
+Jeist flcri Friday, March 17
1961
Jewish Philanthropy Raised $128 Million in '60
By Special Report
NEW YORKJewish federations,
ui Ifare tunds and community
councils raised a total of S128 nil-
lion'in 1960 for local, national and
overseas Jewish needs, the Council
ol Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds reported in an annual re-
view of Jewish communal services
jus! published here.
i Greater Miami's Combined Jew-
ish Appeal on Wednesday an-
nounced a total of SI. 150.000 thus
far in the 1961 CJA campaign.
Ed.i
In addition, some $55 million was
raised by non-local agencies out-
side ol [he welfare fund alloca-
lions; another $24 million came
from non-contributor sources such
as earnings, fees, subscriptions and
investments; and $41 million was
realized from the sale of Israel
Bonds.
These sums add up to a quartet
of a billion dollars per year. In-
cluded in the figures are the in-
comes of the federations and wel-
fare funds and national and over-
seas service organizations. They
do not include non-contributed
income of local service pro-
grams.
The sum raised by the 216 mem-
ber agencies of the Council. $128
million, compares with $130.7 mil-
lion rai-ed in 1959. a drop of 1.5
per cent. It represents an increase.
however, ol 3.8 per cent over 1958
when the federation campaigns
totalled $1233 million.
These and other figures are ln-
Ciuded in the annual CJFWF sur-
Voice Call for Tuesday
.')r. Arturo di Filippi, in prepa-
ration for next season's two op-
eras, "La Traviata" and Turan-
dot." has announced a call for all
Voices, mezzos, sopranos, ban-
tones and tenors. An audition will
be held on Tuesday. Mar 21. 8 p.m.
a 1 625 SW 29th rd.
Rabbi Richter to Speak
'1 Harold Richter will dis-
| .... over It- Significance
bi d ii- Practices" on Monday, 9
P m tor the adult education group
al Beth Kodesh.
MOVHI
BtKms Van Lines to West Coast
SAM LEVITEN, Agent
local & long Distance Moving & Storag*
/------ < \ Full or Part load
A 2L! SJL* ( F' Eimat
. /CNAMBI.I PR 9-7654
' isJJUSJ^SS^ ATLAS MVING I
STORAGE
WAREHOUSE
DAY & NIGHT PHONE SERVICE
' With eo"5-
vey entitled. "Jewish Communal
Services; Programs and Finances,"
North Africa and Europe.
The total income from the
-ale
ration and welfare fond cam-
pa gns. The five major national
Jewish community relations agon-
prepared by S. P. Goldberg, direc- ^ eJ Bonjg wag 1)Vt,,. S47(1 m,| (es tnd fhe National Community
tor of budget research tor the ^ ^ V|. |r, [rorn 19.il Re|at.ons Advisory Council re-
CJFWF. It summarizes major de- ()( thig S1||I1 over ived over 57.4 million, com-
....l.*a-..nn* in Inuu-h :....* ilMI fl i 1 t ... IBM ---- J
velopments in Jewish comnuina
services and analyzes the pro
, grams and finances of leading Jew-
ish agencies.
The total raised by federation
campaigns since the end of World
War II (1946-1960) has exceeded
$2 billion, the survey notes These
fund- were contributed by more
than l.OOO.OOO donors and were dis-
tributed to hundreds of local ser-
vice agencies, national organiza-
tions and oversea- agencies Tens
of thousands ot volunteer workers
were involved in the campaigns.
The largest single beneficiary of
these campaigns was the United
Jewish Appeal, which received
more :han 90 per cent ol it.- income
from them. Its share of the 1959
total amount budgeted (the most
recent year for which complete
figures are available) came to (>1 li
per cent. This amounted to $44 6
million from cities other than New
York: it received an additional
$18.5 million from the Greater New
York I'JA campaign. Complete
return- for i960 are expected to
show that the I'JA received ap-
proximately $6u million from the
federated campaigns
American Jewish philanthropic
agencies had about $96.5 million
available for total overseas Jew-
ish needs in 1959. This compares
with $82 million in 1958. About
four-fifths of the total was used
for philanthropic programs in
Israel, the balance mainly in
NCCJ President
Entertained Here
Mrs Robert Z Green entertained
at luncheon in honor of Dr Lewis
Webster Jones, of New York, pres-
ident of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, on Mon-
de) .
The affair was held in the Louis
Philippe room of the Fontainebleau
hotel.
Guests included recipients of an-
nual Brotherhood Award- from the
Florida chaptetr of the NCCJ. or
Hum other branches in the C S.
Mrs. Green, together with Jus-
tice Stephen C (('Council, ol Talla-
hassee, and Louis 1-: Wolfson, of
Miami Beach, was the recipient
ot the Silver Medallion Award at
the recent Brotherhood dinner Her
husband was similarly honored in
New York ten years
$100 million worth ol bonds was
sold in the United States
Thirteen overseas agencies other
than the United Jewish Appeal
showed an income oi S24.5 million
in 1959 compared w ith S22 B mil-
lion in 1958 The largest sun
raised b) Hadassah JS9.7 milion.
The Israeli institutions ol higher
learning, Weizmann Institute, He-
brew L'niversitj and Techi
raised about ST 4 million in Ameri-
ca in i!:i!i In addition, all three
institution.- received grants from
the Jewish Agencj tor Israel, a
beneficial oi the 1 JA and from
the Israel governmi nl
Local sen ices rei ive I 1 r >:!-'
million from central communal
sources in 19.">9 for operating pur
poses con pan I with S
the year before \.l local fields
oi service except reft
shared the increase in all cal
National agencies had re-
ceipts of $60 million in 1959, in-
cluding $5.7 million from fede-
pared with $6.9 million received
in 1958. a rise of 7 per cent.
The national Jewish hospitals re-
1 more I ir, $10 1 million in
. ..v\ iv.it onlj .. fraction ol this
ne from the
and welfare funds
d agent es raised
,,.., $16 mil '" about $638.
000 ol whii from federation
allocati National religious
agent ies had if $24.4 mil-
, m il sen ice agencies
(] ; million during

v, lions 0 the lurvej
will bi i'J60 edition
1 :... \.: erica J< w ish Year
The Council o* Jewish Fede-
rations arxi Welfare Funds i* the
national assocation of 216 united
Jewish fund raising and welfare
agencies. These central com-
munal orgarviations, represent-
ing over 95 per cent of the total
Jwish Population of th. Un*^
State, md Canada, .no""!4
r.h. Ik. bulk of .' S!&
Jewish philanthropic hmd% fa
local, national and ove,,. ,'
ish needs. J#w
The Council provides CMfjAl
services for its member aj
111 fund raising, community organd
latiOU, budgeting, planning "f
health and Welfare
sonnel recruitment and lampaa
puhlicit> and communm meror*
tattoo
Broadcasters to Convene
Florida Assn. of Broad |
1961 annual convention .... r.
June 15 to 17 at the
iver 130 Florida broa Icastei
expected to attend, accord
Lee Ruwitch, F\B prt
WTVJ executive vice pre 11-nt aaiI
general manager.
^cicncc
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By LINDA COHEN *J '
V ience is
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It can tell how a
It tells yo j how birds
It tells you He.-.
1
There are ma ore thing
Don't you t*"1 ik science is | I
Rabbinical Program Sunday
"Still Small Voice." television
program sponsored by the Greater
.Miami Rabbinical Assn., will be
hosted by Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
spiritual leader of t h e Israelite
Centei. on Sunday, 10 a m over
WCKT ch. 7. Guest will be Ronald
Katz. Youth director of the Is-
raelite Center youth group, in a
discussion of "Jewish Yooth."
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fOt
OYS *d GIRLS
5 TO If
OWNIO end DIRECTED |, j~
. rfce ki.lt and loket k.
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n. tmm. ... m* lmn-j mi
REMEMBER
new suit of clothes and shoes pockets luioth,,f Cl"ilc^ pu,l,n ,ne
wa-ting for the Seder .0 start UndeJoe nd aLo!Sri. '"? J,nH,nd "***>
family together Grandpa looking like 1in. rlL ^''V1*8*5 ",e ,h <'
him Crandma tired after taKScwklKT S^Z 0n ,he ** *
with Grandpas voice nngmgout over aH the iS,hSTft? uand lhe ins*' !
even the bitter herbs tasted *Z pU 1? ',he ",,,W, a,nwl '
pelted to eat,. otherwise we couW notSZ h.M JL". V S"on "e m
then the meal nobody, bo. nobody coo Id 00kSX "r" "? M" ,,e' lnd
te and then the "UnOm" and kmStk^L^ G,imdm* we a,e *
WM and the opening of the door and the lu!,^"' *"d "" <*P ot
Inghlened the *hole lamrf, by Vppeann a, !^ hK* ."J*! M awn" wmSne
which the second half ot the HaibaboUnd >J% ","' besl ol ,h "* #*
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Congregations of imfCl|
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today. March 17, 1961
+Jenisr Tk rida>r
Miami's Combined Appeal Reaches $1,150,000
., .;;.:/ by businessmen As car afer rai drove up to de-
inducted by CM ver checks and edges, the day's
. ... elted the combined ''>
" ,. for the on.- ''^^'"H^^.-.i.^s.p^,!,^
Page 7-A
liwi'lt Ap^l $52,000 for the on.
I
tain I te one-month
>. ar's >. paign. the
ton anni urn i thai $32 000 had
been brouf lii in.
Th:- total :: resei U d pledgi -
which were available and waiting
for our Blitz volunteers, aid Up-
"All we r< quired was the
worker on ih" spot ..! the right
t me The busim --nun responded
w ond< rinlh."
According to Lipton, the six-
hour solicitation was "the equiva-
lent of vera! weeks of normal
work at this time of the cam-
paign. Since ihe prospects being
"> v solicited avenge between $100
h< ard $200 each it was possible to
_, i ral campa
l Lipton, the

; .: ti the
Busim
I :.i-k He
[ on and i i
eers who
A novel feature of the day's
Icrocam iirai Ihs CJA Drive in
Isc-n .c.a'ed on the grounds of
Grtatei Miami Jewish Fed*-
In'o" Tak "9 'urns manning
lh* scoth were a number of the
luTmunity s *cp leaders, led by
. ptl and Sam J. Heiman, Fed-
president.
with .
at l J \
an ong
1981 pli
< : w ithin
Iheir checks
Inving in
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Comnic: lei Is-
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cir.ve in the United F:
Thursday to becin c
wide ton: on behall
. Lo~cl UIA
arm is the Combined lev*
Appeal ot Greater Miami.
Rosenthal Attends Meeting
Herschel > s<
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nual
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Newsmen Plan
SDX Installation
Edward R Scripps II nati
president of Sigma Delta Chi, will
ihi' journalism society's
Florida State meeting Apr n to
IS at the Diplomat Inn to install the
new Florida East Coast profession-
al chapter "I th< smen's or-
ganization
President Jack Kassewitz, ol the
h< GreaU r Miami professional
chapter of SDX. announced that
Scripps, who is vice president of
the -i ripps Hov ard in .\ spa pi r j n
dicati. and Warren Vgci i xecu-
live offn er ol Ihi icietj, wil
tend :h Florida mi i til
Chairman Philip DeBerard said
'In tv o daj state session \wll in
reach this figure only with the
hardest kind of drive.
II too* 382 pledges to total this
figure, and we arc pleased to have
been able to wind up that many
solicitations in just a six-hour ef-
fort. The results --peak for '.hem
selvi as to the wonderful coopera-
tion w got from campaign leaders
and workers and irom the read)
response we got from businessmen
this day "
Optimism was expressed by cam-
paign li ad< rs this v.irk as a re-
sult ol the sucessful six-hour ef-
fort. Lipl in warned that there is
v!ill .! jood n the 1961
: ged everyone who has
ladi his contribution to do
soon a possible,
Cpera Theatre in English
\\< ;\ u w Country Club will pre-
sent 'lir < i m| i,, ,,n ,,| );1 theatre
in English on Saturday evening,
M..r 25 Festivities will begin
with cock-.Hi- at
H p 111.
7 and dinner at
Nominees are Presented
Nominees tor offices in the com
i ar were presented bv Tern.
i \dath Yeshurun Si>tcrhood at
its monthly meeting Wednesday
evening Youne Adult group also
met Wednesda> at 8 p m
elude a p.-ncl discussion bj medi-
cal, legal and police officials on
"How the Press Covers M\ Pro-
fessii
Kanzer Chapt. Seeks Members
The Robert I. Kanzer chapter
ol the National Jewish Civil Serv
ice League is open t" anyone em-
ployed b> or retired from civil
-. n ice Next mi eting is Sun i >-,
l p.m at Beth El Congregation.
Bill Niven is chairman for the
afternoon
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Attitude Survey
Speakers Bureau
Greater Miami chapter of -he
ritan Jewish Committee an-
r nncci a Speaker* Bureau under
Bm chairmanship of Mrs Robert
Ben
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discusi n gt ip iders on a >e-
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Sponsoring Committee of 100 Announced
For Yeshiva U. Dinner Honoring Levensen
Being congratulated for "outstanding leadership in the Grec
er Miami Labor Zionist movement :s Abraham Fraidlin left by
Abrcm Fox, chaL'man of a reception in Fra:i:.r. s -z::::. :>*-
.ween them is Mrs. Fox, end c: extreme right is Dr. |ami&
He::e: cues! speaker ct the ever.- In honor c: Fraidlin S23 5CC
in [sral Bonds was purchased oi th ration
Toynbee Slaps Israel Again
For Handling of Arab Refugees
gi Mtorn< > Richard E Ger-
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Court OK's Telecast of Adolf's Trial
CHARGE SHEET HAWN PAGE U<
- JTA nans should be of a commensurate r.a-
> televise Ihi proceedings I the ture
or neoming t .. \dalJ Eich-
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The decision fp lowed a visit
to t.'e by lh three ii/dges,
'ustice Landau and District
Court Judes Einyamin Halevi
ard Yitzhak Raveh. The court's
rvllng cencernej only the princi-
ple cf t*ieviting 'he proceedings,
bvi oid d: con-on rhe question
ef whether CXCUrSivt kinesccpe
h s cud fcc- given to Capital
C.t es Eircadcasting Company, an
Amir can f:rm.
I da rector of ihi
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16 Miami Woman's Club at *he annual b
i teacher, Rore M. Robin 2250 SW ?" s
accordionists. Le:: to rfr*h1 ae Hem "
Norman Roser. Johnny Seidmcn. and Alit Res:
ervi tent's Fren Infon ..
erected th htre >hM the i
' In >t firm Mas iven ex lusive
:- : the filming in order to
held Psvrc the widen po sible dutri-
' s wide i ublic lion | the proceedii gs of the
,,r"' 'h' publicitj trial, in view cf its great moral and
|educational importance. He said
the American firm would make the
.entire him and tape available in
lull, without censoring or cutting
he nia:orial The concessionaires.
he said, were doing this as a pub-
lic- service and would contribute
all profits to a charit) designati d
1 : Ihi : i tel Gi vernment.
ras learned that at the re-
':,,s ol : atin American broa i
firms, the trial proceed.
ul e made available dai y
" Spai ish nd Portuguese trans-
in addition to the officii I
I ..- ish. Fk nch and German trari
ations from the Hebrew. Ti e
ilj proceedings will be full) re-
c< r !< I "fn m avt l to gavel" by
can i d and noiseless equip-
ment whi-h was demonstrated to
the press this wei k
"Let all who are hungry come and eat"
^W again...the words of freedom, hope, warmth,
unchanged through the generations. The Seder is
ready, the afikoman set aside. The *inc cups are
fed, the kitchen brims with promise. The chil*
wen, drubbed, hungry, curious, solemn, wait.
Nw- A little voice, anxious, speaks up big and
c^*r. Wherefore is this night distinguished from
GOODMANS
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Hit h'JTf^Q
MATZOS f&ft
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ell other righui And, vith the old. old shared re>
$Don$ei...the deep family feeling, tradition COmcf
alive once more.
For generation?, the Goodman ramlly has served
this tradition proudly, vith the finest Passoveff
>fatio$. AH strictly kosher...supervised by Rabbi
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*Jeit FkridHar
Friday. March 17
Young Scientist Volunteered Life
Continued from Page 4-A
cation, possessed the enlightened
liberalism to select appropriate
selections from the Old Testa-
ment to read in honor of the ex-
pedition's only non-Christian.
Bond Board Will
Be Entertained
Member* of the newly appointed
Israel Bund board ol governors will
11 entertained at a dinner at the
I a e i I Mr and Mrs Irving Mil-
ler, 2305 Lake ave., Sunset Island
P>> ;;. on Sunday evening, 6:30 p m.
will be the first meeting of
th. members oi the board of gov-
i rs inted by Samuel Fried-
I. d. chaii n n ol the Greater
i Bond Committee.
k \ i antor, chairman of the
i .,' il g< \ i rnors, indicated that
the dinner meeting will provide
members of the bard an oppor-
tunity '"to met- leisarel) and form-
ulate baMC plans for the Bond
campaign, particularly the Israel
Bar Mitzvah dinner in mid-May."
The .May dinner will be the oc-
i :on for the official inauguration
cl Fnedland and the 1961 bond
leadership.
cantor said "that the dinner Sun-
day evening will also welcome the
new bond director, Dr. Aaron K.i
han. to Miami."
Services at Miami Hebrew
Milton Weiner, presi err <>i Mi-
Hebrew i ongregation, an-
nounces that guesl Rabbi Abraham
Levitan and guesl Cantor Men-
Roth, formerly of Israel.
. I] than; the Passover services.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld conducts
classes in Bible stud) and basic
.: daism everj Thursday night in
1 assi mbly hall.
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Phone FR 1-6551
Firsl Sgl David Bramard. a
touzh regular army topkick. paid
render tribute to Israel. He wroti
"afveryene Milils friend, He
had no enemies, His frankness,
his honesty, and his noble gene-
rosity of naterc won the hearts
oi ail bis companions. His un-
swerving integrity during these
months of agony has been a shin-
sample ."
Whin Greely and the other -ur-
vivors wen rescued, a touching
liter was sent to Mrs. Tillie Is-
n
On a sad day in 1884, Kalama-
: lags ere at half mast
Every business was closed. More
;har. ." i stood revert ntlj al I
!. bowed hcid- An
\ rican 1
caski Maj or council
numbers, polici and fire de i
nts. ... :c r< ups ncli din i the
local !' -.. : B'rith lodg, and an
honor lar I [former universit)
classmates formed a procession
to the Israel residenci
The Detroit Free Tre-s report-
ed that "the services were con-
ducted by Rabbi Ignatz Mueller
of Cincinnati acci to the
ritual of the Hebrew faith."
The Mayor announced a mom
cipal resolution of tribute and
delivered a moving eulogy in the
Hebrew cemetery. TtfTIKe
funeral was conducted so quietly
and without any bands or music
was in deference to wishes of his
mother who is loved by all classes
of the community/' the newspa-
per then reported.
Gen. Greely rejected racism,
was even opposed to the mas-
sacre of Ind a ......."ding to
diaries discovered b> Todd, The
General, and the entire expedi
value Israel on '" -
.i~ a skilled and i dividual
Wh< n thi n vas I k b> the ma-
rly, i
1-: iel. a i-hether men oi
G ..... -' '
sun ivi nger, Gr< i inked
t a* ick.
Ti :> 's Ai. eatl i r si
an pail I N'ATC 's
; forecas
am i II > Greelj lsrai
the others led to the I S Wea
ther Bureau. Israel's d
d. through piojieer rest i
on that now-obscure Arctii
o op< n the way to a i
frontier.
;" incoming president of Distr.,., 5, B'l
Women, hes hei cast autographed by leaders o< the B :
Youth Organization (ollowuig two months oi iaactivil
Rt ich crccked her cnkle in three places while heknnq !
c recent B'nai B'rith youth conference Flcmki
Reich ere Lee Sandier leit president oi the Fierce AZ'
Reich; Sheila Sandier president. District 5 BBG e:
Sachs president ot the Gieatei Miami Youth Ccu
V.ti
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Mrs.
Mis.
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PASSOVER!
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SOUR CREAM ,
TEMF'TEE WHIPPED CREAM CHEESE. The cream cheese ,n
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breakstone's SOUR cream. Superb with salads, chopped
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PRODUCTS.


Friday
v March 17. 1961
*JmMl fkrrtiir
JFK Confident' Meriwether
Will Do Good Job on Board.
Cor'inued from Pg 1-A
number of rl supporters of
|j and the Dixie
L:n-- Republican bloc,
I Sen Paul Doug
III ,. Democrat, a leading
Lwai. 'h "'"' Everett
k mean leader, in
[ ,\ and compai
| Meriwe'her.
jt,,, .., the Meriwether
l ,- ipened by Son Ja-
sai) Meriwether had
| sensitivity to the
I icy of! ie L'nited States."'
I pressed by Sen
i ii ged 'hat Men
[ > record hii h
5err. e insider before
i an important
ito Ihe n-, ord an
ling Alabama
against Men
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-',. Connecticut
| vote I to remni
I when the Sen
ntttee received
ild the Senate he
'and would VOte
l_ 'ion
Sen Edmund 5. Muskie. Main*
iDf-Ov-it *-i) abstained from
voting on the Meriwether nomi-
natirn in Hm Senate Banking Com-
mttee. told the Senate that if
the nomination were sent back to
the committee, ha would vote for
confirmation of the nominee.
Meri wethers qualification, for
'he post, which were seriously
questioned by Sen Javits
Keal rig ol New York, and Sen
Morse, were staunchly defended
b) ^cn Wilham Robertson, ol Vir-
ginia. eh.nrm.in of the Senate
Banking Ccmmittee, and by sen
John Sparkman. ol Alabama, who
terme: the attacks or. Meriwether
"McCarthyism." and bj > Dirk-
sen
When Sen Ei nest Gruei
Masks Demo< rat, iggeste I that
in e Meriwether \ lews h,i I in-
'! r !'" ,, i:,
pointment he referred to the For-
eign Relat ins < ommitti
Robert on angrtlj ..k- n he
had made a >:milar -
when the Senate acted on nomina
if a .lew from New York He
did not identify the nominee, but
*.1^ believed to have refern I I
Harold Lmder. newly-confirmed
ehairman ol the Export Import
Bank
Paqe 11-A
Ronald Rumack, of Beth El Congregation, and Janet Sue Rabin-
owilz, Beth David Congregation, respond to an address by
Arthur Rosichan. executive director of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, at an annual brc-akfast of delegates from religious
schools here m behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Dele-
gates also heard Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, discuss CJA's role in community
affairs.
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The Genius
of Real
Jewish Cooking!
MANISCHEWITZ
Egg Matzos
by more than 70 years of devotion, totradition and pitooua
experience. Baked under strict Rabbinical supemsion.
MANISCHEWITZ
THE B. MANISCHEWITZ CO. NEWARK % M. J.
MAIJ(Hfw|Tr
Sinai Announces
New Membership
.1 Gerald Lewis, president of Mt.
Sinai Hospital ol Greater Miami
ha- announced a new membership,
to be known a- the Fellow ol the
Ml Sinai Hospital Teaching Pro
am, "aimed a: bringing the com-
munitj closer to the hospital by
opening up .nine individual par
ticipation
"This i- a completely new idea
and one we've worked toward for
a number t years." said Lewis
'it i- ., big step forward in hospital
community relations
"Irdivic'uals can now take a
re*l part in the life of their com-'
murity's hospital, and we think
the rren and women of Greater
Miami will welcome this unique
opportunity."
The purpose "i I ie m is
i si and the fa-
cilities ol the teaching program
I ial ,! Sinai Hospital h ill
to attract the highest
i alii ei docl irs, resi lents in-
terns a sonnel needed for .
hospital to give the best < t patient
care
Fellow ol the Mt. Sinai Hospital
i, a< hi Program members will
participate and benefit in a num-
ber ol individual ways Included
is voting for hospital trust *s Spc
cial credit courtesy will be made
available, and members will not be
required to make a deposit for
hospital charges on admission
There will he special even:- and
hospital activities open to members
onl) Membership is $100 annu-
ally
Adecmauer Hits
Adolf Eichmann
Continued from Page 1-A
that it would cause "incalculable
damage to the entire German peo-
ple.-' He then said from the ros-
trum: "I hereby affirm that the
German people are absolutely
unanimous in their condemnation
and abhorrence of Eichmann and
his crimes "
The attacks on the West German
Mayor for having emigrated to
fight the Nazis drew sharp criti-
cism m the publication ot the Cen
tral Council ot .lew t in Germany.
Dr. II. G. Van Dam. the organiza-
tion's secretary general, wrote
there that '"it is sad. indeed, if
Germans today must defend them-
selves for having actively resisted
the Nazi regime."
Histadrut Plans
Third Seder Here
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami will have its tradi
tional third Seder celebration at
the Fontainehleau hotel on Sunday,
Apr 2. 6 p.m.
The Seder this year will be dedi-
cated to the Bar Mitzvah of the
Stale of Israel and the 40th anni-
versary ol Histra I
Louis Segal, general secretary of
Farhand, will be guest speaker,
and pro-ram will include an or._;i
nal sketch. "Good Yom Tov. Hi*
tradrut," written and directed by
Mordecai Yardeini. recording art-
ist and cantor.
Michael Gibson will be featured
with Yardeini in the sketch.
Deep
rich
mellow
tasty...
M1CHLESS!
no other cheese
in the world
hits the spot like
GENUINE
IMPORTED
SWITZERLAND
SWISS
CHEESE
Buy it sliced or In a big
tasty chunk today for
sandwiches, omelets,
salads, canapes ... for
breakfast, lunch, sup-
per and icebox raiding.
It's the one cheese
everybody loves for
true ta'am of Switzer-
land!
Ta'am
of
Switzerland!


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Friday, Marcs 19

Your CJA Leaders: 1961
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
MARTIN LODGE: No.
M.my of the more than 1.-
500 plant owners anil indus-
trialists in South Florida
have begun to play an in-
creasingly significant role in
MARTIN LODGE
the civic and communal life
of the area. This ha> been
especially true of a new C.IA
volunteer who is serving thi
year as co-chairman of the
Manutncturms Division,.
.Martin S. Lodge has emerg-
ed as a CJA leader ot real
stature by virtue of his p r
sooal response to the needs
32 in a Ceres.
this yeai c mpaign, his
n .(:..;.;- giving, md his
nitiative in encouraging bus-
ings- associates to work in
drive Me has been un-
usual > u icesstul in devel-
oping hith( rto untapped
sources Ol CJA manpower
and financial >upp rt
Not content with complet-
ing h.is own campaign as-
" s < mt
ed I1 act a- a "committee ol
o le .n .- ilicltatioi :->.
prospects in rela e bus
at: I rades livi In
R' I
:
Lodge is a ol
Temp!-' B th Sh
i r-: 5 i e v.'. e an a< ar I
outs'
(iptin is! Clu I .' '
is \ ce president
In Martin L this m-
mum';, an CJA have aa
lightened, energetic lea lor.
cue who believes firmly in
the ireed ui service to his
fellow-man.
Hi.- advancement t.> a po-
sition of re-ponsibihty in the
Combined Jewish Appeal con-
firms a fact known for some-
time: that thee exists end-
less sources of lea ership in
the.-e newer areas and in ail
businesses
CJA will have I > move for
w a r d quickly ;. involve
my more ot thes t me
serious tasks which face
Miami Jewry.
Announce Way To Help
Drain M8 Sinus Cavities
Without Discomfort
New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to
drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve
congestion and its painful pressure
New York, N. Y. (Special) shrinks th swo
Ai mncement has been mai and
of anew tablet dev pment ,
which has the remarkable abil- a : m
ity to help drain clogged situ:- The ,hrin .' gubsl ,.,.e in
es ami thus relieve con- this new tablet has b.
aches, pi. -!,. nai ii .--.stuff, J-up (,...;.., .- ,- .
head,na i dbreath- 'ra .^ """m '
ing all the unrelenting symp- JSLiJ'
th.. -..,,., ,.,-r...-..,- ;;... Wl doctors than any i i
the sinu I ei knows
11 are attacked directly
by improving drainage of the
sinus an as.
Most remarkable of all is the
fact that this is accompl i ;
with extraordinary speed and
v thout 'i 'comfort of any hind.
This new tablet doi
able work inl illy, through
I ream, it de
into every drO] | las.na
new i :.. at on which is < ir-
ried to the sinus area, where it
r this purpose.
at:on i~ now .,-. a la >le at
di ig i ounters without 11
for a prescript ion under tl
name, Dristan I a ilet Di
' can be u I wi
ai rhej tin a
causing] t.on
iif n !l the Bin is ca\ i ,
pain and I i stress. E
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ted Ai ept no
ititutes.
ATTENTION:
Rabbis. tanlors. Synagogue Cmsehrs
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and .\i.i\ Krill ifl vice pr
Jack Fnetaj treasurer; < har
Lilian secretarj. M *: ris Rot]
: ancial secretarj H Mi '
guardian: Morris Lunch, *ard
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W. Germany Will Assist
Austria Compensation Plai
, | :..;l bDUCfcfS
lJ but< to an Austria
J e Nazi period in
L, I West Gt i vii-r.na i
[, w,,'k
r< portedly set for
I '- ei i by Hem
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Wt : G< rr an Final
Brui an Foreign
Minister, and /

The agrtoment provides for a
>'c- German cc-.ritwf-'on to a
c te scl l E r v i.<.,,, for
p merits to pc hci i- r
ef tho I : *. ;d. Th?
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leach Singers
'erform Sunday
ii the dramatic
I Maccabees," w ill be
*a*d >ui da} night, ft-30 p m .
| i i ach Community
Bgc-i heir eighth anni-
. peri ance at the Miami
:n.
c< nducted by Ben
loir.ei i aggregation
i antor Jacob Bar-
| as Ay -hulom.
-< i rano, ai Shul-
r aritone, as Slo-
'- V Ri th, mezzo so-
r and Boris Pnt
l Margaret Yo
i thi English did
I lit piano.
.. bj Ivrohom
( ol Shul a-
i i ralmud
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cm n
tion t ;
ith< r i:... -( pro\ that
paj ments i he
' n on a unif. ;. bi sis wit
n;-( rin ination '! restitui
ments must I < ad< t. end of
lfM at the lat< -
T i new draft, which received
coalition part) ;
to th< Gov< rnm< nt for '< ra
tion with a schtvuli cj U r
L-< by th \.)--.r.. Parlia-
: no la:< r than thi I of thi
I
t re .
I Sad
S Fran: rev.- are Mesdames Ida
' 3c c- aOppsr Bennett Lee, A. B. Rosen-
i 'h d:i ioi
and Miss Essie Abrams. Not shown are
s, Mis. Irvinq B. Kaplan and
d row Harry Kahn. Choir made its debut at Beth
He!ene bet Mrs Leo Levin. Mrs. Sholom services on Mar. 3.
";- Jacob Deaenshein Mrs.
Meanw hi! the neo-Nazi German
'u .i b part) pu>l la camp
his week aga nst th< S cial D m-
ocratic part) for demanding
n i d ati estal -'. nent ol diploma
lie relations between West Ger-
many and Isi
In tre current issue of the neo-
Naxi party organ, Willy Brandt,
the Social Democratic candidate
for Chancellor in West Ger-
many's forthcoming elections,
was charged with deliberately
having aroused Arab hostility
against the Federal Republic.
This developed, according to the
publication, when Mr. Brand: said
that :f his party won a majority in
he it ctions, hi won!, acl to es-
tablish such relations with Israel
mine .!:..:
The party publication implied
thai Mr Brandt, who was an exile
in Norwa) during the Hitler pe-
riod, was a "traitor'' to West Ger
many. The Frankfurter Kund-
schau, a learnng newspaper, mean
nhile appealed to Chancellor Kon-
rad Adenauer and to Bundestag
Speaker Eugen Gerstenmeyer to
prevent Mr. Brandt's emigration
from becoming an election issue
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Traditional at the Passover table.
,, nn ^ | rf K.i 90 yean Rokeach has been helping families
, t! wish cooking to Passover tables. Enjoy our Redi-Jelled Gefilke
} sh ,., i the finesi fresh watei fish For tfu.se who like more
white fish iryo rWhit. d Pike premium blend. Here's news! Rokeach Pareve
Bonchi isnowexti that rich, wine) taste you love. And stock up on
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Friday. Mcich 17
1961
Planning committee of Youth Aliyah of Miami Beach chapter
of Hadassah. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Bernard Berkley,
coordinator; national chairman of Youth Aliyah, Mrs. Max
Schenck; and Mr*. Fred Jonas, president of chapter. Standing
(left to right) are Mesdames Robert Perlman, fund-raising chair-
man of chapter, and Samuel Sapiro. Ima coordinator.
Miami Beach Chapter Will Celebrate
Henrietta Szold's Youth Aliyah Program
Henrietta Szold. founder ol Had
i -..h and creator of the interna-
tional Aliyah movement, said "My
People Knock on Humanity's Door,
nnd All They Ask is The Riyht To
Livi
Miami Beach chapter of Had-
assah. consisting of 13 group- and
4.000 members, will celebrate their
Youth Aliyah properly on Monday.
Y. uth a!.; ah today is concerned
v th tl total child." Although ;
Southgate Plans
Oneg Shabbat
of Hadassah will
I ts monthly Oneg 5
Satui
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ish i > I.t .- \\ Sch-
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oi '. r thai will follow .
Youth Aliyah training has long
'ieen associated with agriculture
nainly, young people now arriving
n Israel are setting their -:j:hts on
nore technical irain.ru to unit
Israel'^ nee for skilled workers.
This net d is apparent in vill
n which '' lassah has established
Youih Aliyah Daj Centers Reflect-
thesi needs art the training,
course i < idwo king lock-
smithing, metal working, cabinet
making, nen aking and
Bay Harbour Island p will
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Deborah group -
at the 1 tail tel at 12
: I tnti
m<:.' : Mrs
Esther Levitl is chairman ol the
daj Mrs. Charh Gertler is pn -
Emma Laxarus group luncl
will be at the Di| lomai
Program i les a musi
cal presentation aker
Youth Aliyah chairman is* Mauri-
etta Fine. Mrs. Johan Berman is
president.
Esther group will have a Youth
Aliyah patio party Special pro
gram of entertainment will fea-
ture a children's group Mrs. Aaron
Tepper is presidei
t
Israeli group luncheon IS at 12
noon at the Algiers hotel Guesl
speaker will be Rabbi Alexander
Gross, principal of the Hebrew
Academy. Chairman ol the day is
Mrs. Sol Silver man. Mrs. 1'hilip
Kaplan is president.
Shaloma group luncheon will be
a: the Eden Roc hotel, Mona Lisa
room, at 12 noon. Guesl speaker is
Mrs. llaskell I.a/.re Program
chairman is Mr-. Delia Delancj
Mrs. Harry Gabrelov. is president
Henrietta Sxold group luncheon
will be at the Algiers hotel al
neon. Cues: speaker i- Mrs. J<
Shapior. Musical program is also
slati Mrs M< rris Kogan is chair-
man (.t the day. Mrs. Emma Rat
ner is presidt 11
Southgate group luncheon will I).
at the Carillon hot< 1 al 12 noon
Dramatization is "These Our
Builders Youth Aliyah chaii
is Mrs Hannah Cohen Mrs Henry
Wernick is presidi i
Stephen s. Wise group will cele-
brate with a dinner dance on Sun
evening, Mar. i;i. 7 j> m
:' Martinique hotel ( hairmi i
Mrs Harry P v'"1 < n and M
5am Dorfman. Mrs. Harrj Kop .
president
hOslll.ll VOtt PASSOVER
MAINSTAYS OF YOUR
HOLIDAY TABLE
No matter what else you serve, it's the cof'ee
that makes the meal it must be the best!
MARTINSON'S COFFEE
famous for 60 years
MARTINSON
Mrs. Glasser Will
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A skit, "An IS I Andy |
P< fach." will be enacted bj Mrs
k Fine and Mrs Gerald Gi
beri Sistei hood men i cell
=. Iheir birth luring the
month of March
der the direi Mrs \\\
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Mexam
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Certified h< Kt Mj Jetok Cohen
Spr.n? Vality ?;.y.
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with that real coffee flavor.
- AND NLKIOUS TMf WHOLl YtAB 'ROUND
MARTINSON'S
Senate Comm.
Executive Talks

oke on >
the \..

Spector has I ctor
e the inceptioi
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Senate
Games and Dancing Sunday
T' try Clublx r>
meet for games and sun-
eveninj .. Temple Beth To-
'>ol build
Left to right are Mesdames Emil Morton, soprano. Ev
chairman of the day. Arthur Applebaum, president o!
Senesch group of Hadassah. which will celebrate Youth
with a luncheon on Monday at the Saxony hotel. Proc:
eludes Mrs. Emil Morton in a musical selection and a
monologue. "A Lost Childhood." by Mrs. Gershor.
Chairman of program is Mrs. Ella Blonder. Youth Aliyc.
man is Mrs. Eva Blum.
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:matic
Milk*.

Coral Gables Unit Sets Psychologist
ai B'rith Women of Coral Dr Louis Maradio I
m ill present a progi .. ,
Aha; I ausi an hmo'ionall) Dis
. |d {regational Church, mil be surstl
evening ipoaker Dr Mradio '
the I director of Pni ( i
: Mir.i
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Mr. Treadwell
Sl is fishing for
7 Gefilte
I to catch Mother's
ih He Luxe Got
ir favorite supermarket. Fish for
I brand Mother's...You'll enjoy
(traditional) gefilte
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Friday,
March 17. 1961
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Secretary of Agriculture Freeman Wi!i
Address National Council in Pittsburgh
=y Special Report
3 Secretar
' an h .
;.' al the hi
n ol the \..

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Mr- >
P
k l>> Ml
67-yei
- pi id< nl ol
I: Section ol the
\\ Jew ish Women,
:. i gat< -
and ''' '' I
Mrs. Meyers Gets
ISemincry Award
-,;-. r Meyers was
|. nun it > Leader
[ship \. N'attOnaJ Brno
Torah Fund* on
7 Waldorf-Astoria
lio New
unit of National
I, -.is holding the
Of its $500,000
I, i'l ot the Jewish
Se ar> of America.
I of the Coaacr
I.
[)j\ I. aw aril \\ inning
Wrai tn Im-
I the luncheon,
l inkelstain, chan-
lary, waa scheri
award on Mrs
ither wom< i
: > throughout the
II v i .irii is gi%en
r exetnp
rs tc enrn h
I rmer resi.
.i i |
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. n il has
n> :r
the (ri
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V VWHA.
Miami Jew
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Sholom, is
i ml <[ of
ol Miami
ida i hati mai
ion oi Bonds
held office in
.- Hail.,--.,'
lewtan Worn
' the \mcr:
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,, orney, Mrs
i the Miami
i-ion la state
tssns She or
' I Women Law-
sent the I
^m> Mm i \\
Mrs J vfrs
- Raymond Ru
" iner Mrs.
William \ mi |.; |wln
:' Mr Harry
Mrs Ha ernal
0\er 8
cities p .
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I Mi iry D. Keyset
In'.-. ist ai mer exeru
tivi
aimer's I
Marli in lie en anniversarj
ol \> IW ,. il action, thi conven
lion highli. hi major issues I
the Council in i ongoing efforts
te advance democracj and human
welfare at home and abroad Mrs
Hymes' presidential address wili
keynote the sessions on the open-
ing da>
On Monday. Dr Freehof, a re
nowned Judaic scholar and spin
tual leader ol Congregation Rodei
shall.in in Pittsburgh, will set the
one for delegate action v ith a dis-
cussion of a ha>ic Jewish approach
to needs of a changing world
Mrs Key&erling's analysis ol
current prospects for i s i >, ial
welfare progress w ill prefai ele
gate action on housmg and urban
.il ai l to education, and
ither communit) needs refit cted
I imn
ghoul the
l S
Hearings on inti rnal
>trong l".s
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I ructu
t ir the li"
s hool the
i demon
Co mi.. ipporl
ed John I y & [Ed
' niversit)
l he N JW also awards
ihips for gra in the \ S
to ed i and welfare sp
ind other na
lion* h hi n return to their o n
countries Jewish women \
leer lea lei Ir >m abroad re< eivi
Council fellov thtp t u studj
ibsei vatioi Imencan Jewish
communal I
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Mrs. Esther Lerman (leh). chairman and vice president of the
Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'rith Women, and Mrs. Sam
Belsky. president, discuss the organization's second annual
Spring Festival at the Deauville hotel next Tuesday evening.
Proceeds are for the Bellefaire Home for Disturbd Children and
Children's Home in Israel. Committee includes Mesdames
David Dreeben. Clara Denner. Harvey Michaelson. Solomon
Moses, Flora Sinick, Diane Sondbera. and Sidney Teper.
Dr. Narot Will
Discuss Wolfe
Dr Joseph S >l rei w
'Thon Wolfi bj I i No-
well, includii ission
man; I iei
on T.i.'- ay evi n Wo i
Audro, ium.
This is t n sei
sen ed bj th< Sisti
lie Isi
R e f i i
II bi i
popi i. In I
Mrs. Howard Hi etl

'Living Hebrew'
In 17th Program
"Living Hebi i
sored by the Bureau ol Jew ish E I-
ucation, over WTHS. ch 2. con-
tinues into its 17th broadcast
The remaining thro.' broadi is i
n Social Hebrew" will deal with
words borrowed bj Hebrew from
other languages
The program i- heard weekly on
Thursdays at 6:30 p.m Instructor
is Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Goodwill Group Meeting
Goodwill Group of Greater Miami
will hold a luncheon and card par-
ty on Thursday noon. Mar 23. at
Beth El Congregation
\
lent She is also active in the
Florida Federation of Business and
pi it,.-- il V i lubs hat
in- serve I as its state legislative
it- first presi i tairman
Women's League
Torah Bruncheon
Florida of the National
en's 1.-'.i-. i of the 1
\ ca
Jewish 1 i ,i Seminar) will
it ann ta r irah Fund brunch
tel on Thurs-
Mai
\ nan
: ", ; .
est spi aker
Program wi
Mfred IA Temple
Meyei Ibra iwita Temple
M ii rah; Harrj Li
pri lent. Temple Shalom, Hollj
\ii:< I Stone. Ti i
Emanu El; and Anna Brenner
Meyers
Mr Mey< rs i- the re<
immunity Leadership Award
ol the Torah Fund, which will be
presented to her at a luncheon of
n il benefactors in the Wal-
: f-Asl ii... h itel in Sew \ rk
:hi- week
Mrs Nathan II Spiegelman, Flo
rida branch Torah chairman, is
chairman of the da)
The branch was also to nuv
Thursday at Temple Sinai of Hol-
lywood tor round-table discussions,
with chairmen of the 29 affiliated
Sisterhoods throughout Florida
participating.
Foremost
Dairies
PASSOVER
MILK
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
THE ORTHODOX YAAD
HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
RA3BI DR. ISAAC HIRSCH EVER,
p,,.
c!*ud'f, h El Connreqation Mar. 5 m-
Fjom *6 cipants in a musical show.
Mull "" Qre MeadamtJ* Marion Broom. Dia:-.e
8r*M jnc A-:'! Zohn- Seated (leh to right1
Freda?-*0' i,,h Solomon. Anna Paul. B.
- .? id Mrs. AbeChiei. Mesdc:
" Kaplan Jack Shapiro, president, and
Syd Swimmer. Standing (left to riqht) are Nor-
man Solomon. Judy Solomon, and Fannie
A~es producer-director. Shirley Scnirf. mas-
ter of' ceremonies. Lee Weger Esta Karpeil.
Minerva Cohen, oanist Freda Miller. Clara
Kahn Bess Personik, Ethel Levin. Sara Jacob-
son, and Eric Press, accordionist.
DIRECTOR
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Foremost
Dairies
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The Catholic
Challenge
By MAX IERNER
Morocco Ends French School Pact
Surely it is one for the histor) books this spectacle <.. [he Ca a I
bishop* attacking a Catholic President because he won't s p in
iunds for Catholic schools. And the spectacle the i 'ie; -"
majority leader in the House also a Catholi' Rep. iicCvri i
breaking with him on the issue And tlu proapeel I the wbt e ( lu<
tion bill may be killed, u the Catholic religious leaders cairj
their avowed threat
Back in 1785. in Virginia, a bill was introduced : '
port of the teachers of the Christian religion.*.' James Ma i-
tiamber of other,- felt it would endanger the newlj emergia
Out of it tame the famous "Memor I H. monstranc \ h jai R ..
lous Assessments." from Madison's ?ev.. which U U the basis
wall of separation" between ehun
nents jian.-: -rate aid to religion was thia1 it would I ina
qaarrels. and one of the reasons tor ing < r.d s.ate was t<
t..ke religion and the question of religi -
Madison himself believed in got aid :a!
letter in 1880 he supported the plan
t.on. at the public expense, of youths of
parents are too poor to defray the expense What
description of the basic purpose of the Kenned} schoo
ing up govemmen 1 aid t ? education
s-'hools. President Kenned) is following in the great -a:.-.
Madison.
PRESIDENT KENNEDY HAS TAKEN THE PCSiTION
aid to religious schools is clearly unconstitutii nal -
Court's decision in the Everson state school
est limits it would allow a state --. a
schools. Obviously the Cathol hops disagree wil
Constitutional lawyers back them up. The} >aj that I
has already allowed state aid to go a I as. waj and th i! ar.j i< I
Supreme Court would never haw a chance to deci le th a -
a taxpayer suit has no standing in the courts in ehalleng ig
mtionality of a federal statute
The "first argument answers itself C r'.y I re na\ i
and gradual breaches of the wail of separa:. ween ch
vate. but when the Supreme Court has declared (as it lid : the Evereor
case) "This far and no farther." :t is idle to -:;< the irli r roach
ments as an argument for additional one*
As for the second argument, about the taxpayer suits, surel) il -: es
not dispose of the Constitutional issue to say that the Court may no* be
able to get at it: m fact, it or.ly adds a moral issue to the Constiltui >nal
one. I am not a technical lawyer, but I'll bet the interest from m> last
.school bond that the Supreme Court wouJd not refuse to review a case
based upon the use of federal tax money for religio schools.
"CONGRESS shall make no law respecting the establish
of a religion." says the First Amendment. Speaking for the majori J
in the Everson school bus case. Justice Black explicitly defined this a-
forbidding the assignment of "tax-raised funds to the support of ar. insti-
tution which teaches the tenets and faith of any church."
What could be more clearly stated" It is time to get the whole
problem straight, both in constitutional law and in basic principles of .
society.
The argument of Rep. McCorrmck and the Catholic bishops is, of j
course, that a Catholic should not be denied aid when it is given to Ron- \
Catholics that no penalty should attach to being a Catholic T.ms is
clearly true. It would be monstrous to single out Catholic children in
the public schools for separate treatment But remember that the
Catholic Church has chosen to withdraw from the public school system.
and set up its own religion- system ol education. Tha' make- the story
wholly different
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH WAS ALLOWED to do this b; the his-
toric decision of the Supreme Court in Pierce Society of Sis ers in
1925. at a time when the Ku Klux K'.a- in Oregon was carrying on an
anti-Catholic campaign lr the pursu freedom, the Court
said. Catholic parents could make the choice >. educating their children
in their own schools [t was a turning poirM [lous freedom to illov
bo big a split-away from the public =choo! -> st fm
But for the courts to grant (he Catholic school- this privilege loes
not mean that the people as a whole mar also pay the 'a bill, or any
part of it. It is a question of making a choice and carrying through
with it.
I can understand why the Cathol:, bishops who n jard the wtiole
educational process a- a battle for the mi-. and morals in I religious
faith of the young. w >uld no1 trust ecular schools with educating
them. The deep commitment to the r en faith and educatio"
is part of their creed A democracy mu>: them to organize their
own schools in their own way. a< pa- of th But it ha r.o
obligation to finance them, a-; it financ the publ I :ular s
in fact, as soon as it begins to finance them even par even
when it is appropna: i sun I ir dar schools :'. .> bre
the wall of separation
As Boon as this wail is itestants an :
Jews alike should understand that the whole e I lice ol In om
f>r each is threaten- '
PARIS-" JT.V Mor-H-co offici-
,llv renounced th week the 1923
nventtofl *i i the Alliance I>
ae' te l--.ver-i An edict puo-
sheJ -h ; ...-< r. the Official
v. Whuh b a-- the s-al of
,:e King M '- "me v r'
.. .- ........ the Alliance
ichc ;- int > the .nal educa
T'-e ct reg .'-." ra-
... i-irt -*''' I r
i ur lersl "i
>i(ir iccan i
re tg.ee .... : .. mg with the \-
rganu i t --' v "-^- in h e
, | | :hr. an
: : ulize
i_a5 Septefcc ane-H-ird of
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Mark and Bertha Horowitz planning an ex-
tended trip abroad which will keep them away
until the end of July They sail from New
York in March on the SS Jerusalem, arriving in
Israel In time for Passover They will remain
there tor seven weeks, visiting relatives and tour-
ing the country, and then fly to Rome. Copenha-
gen, Amsterdam and Pan-, and to F.m>land for
re relatives They are returning on the SS
planning a world trip are Murray and Lillian
. vice president of the Women's Auxiliary ol Mt
*"* Leaving New York on Mar 24, they will have
i\ Hawaii. Japan, India, New Delhi, Israel, Turkey,
1 '.. R \ iera, Majorca. Lisl il, before
fJum
'"., jteuei ol IM l I alais dr aba expect t 1 be out <>f
Bui Sam and Sadye Kling of Baltimore,
;> ei ying their trip this verj minute
h ce thej send < postcard
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\ before their projected tour are the
mrse, ol the Mel ropolitai \\ uh
r 1 are his a< comi anis \ x 1 Vlexaj
y || (i.i
le oi the coin, Mr and Mrs \ am J Gol l
. \ Y are ;.t the Eden Roc p from
1 Israel Sp m 1 I
Harry Goldmai l 1 1
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1 in 1904 to s
the Ural Reform spu dual
for 56 :
ion KH). when
rex. 1
11 1 vei sai f Mr nd Mrs Samuel I
was celebrated th a n
hotel Saturd
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her nephew Ch wife,
- as : : segui sts He'll h.- graduating from
eva, N Y in (he spriajg, !ui thought a lutle
banish the thought ot all that snow they
U Ifson, dental surgeon in the New York State
here with his lather. Dr Abraham
il the Spinoza Outdoor Forum Young Dr
in the Beth Sefer I\n Kiali. Haifa, and then
I s and studied at New Y"rk University, the I 111
inia, graduating from the University of Pitts-
His son, Holier- ,- an '1 nor student in Blair
v >l doctors, Dr and Mrs Leonard (Doris) Frantl
ith them recently when all three children, twins
an Melissa \nn. 6 had : leel nies on
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Nancy Ann, born Feb 21, joms p .:,, 1
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1 the) are Sady< and the lai Norman Ross-
time are Helene an Ulen Suplei
ti Lory born Mar I at Mercy i: She's
Iparents, Mr and Mrs \i thur Saliu Kra
Business and Pr in ol
Sharon foi U Mrs". 1 in ol
ner Irei I Ima
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Hi' ,\as born Feb. 28 Had
*5 Grandparents ar< 'inks
Isaac Futi rni< k now 1 1 indfather
n, of Faj go, N Dai ....
I Ten pie Emanu El i l
>nel visit with hi- aunt, Mrs B< t) Finegold, ol
I. Syracuse1 visitin Mrs Myi n
'
" eur mother, Mrs. Alfred
- hotel in honor ol m *lywe Ided Mrs Mai
N Y
Mia) t it- patt King.
B It) King, al 'heir ti '-! Palm
art) Monday nighl for Joseph M
1 I ederal Home Loan B ml
re Mr and Mr- Melvyn Ket
.1 M Tenny, ol Se \ 8 iphn
I < Ad a) Gre<
6M birthday with
t 1128 N. 0
1 ppj to report to his many fri
I has let; Mt. Sinai Hospital and Is recuperating
. 1 ,
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., are Mrs. Nate Irene Becker and Mrs
h'lmen- 1 ,r Dickaon, vice presidents t the Florida Bran.
I^sril ,1. ':!'' tinted Synagogue Ol America, who spent
IfcHeK v Petersburg! making final arrangements with I
I"*Colon, ;. ',r ,h'' ;,nn"a' eonferenc mM I" thai cit)
a' I itel on Apr. 30. May 1 and I
the i4Jc
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Miami. Florida, Friday, March 17, 1961
Section B
Cast of the Mian ipl pro- ler, Gladys I On chcir are Mr. 3.
Schwartz an Mrs [ >slie Bukstel. Seate
M x 3; slof: Henry Peru B .. 1 liooi s Mrs. Mot Dix
epl .' S v Schw V M plo Mrs. -. Mrs
r, M.iton S ... Par- Alvin Bui 1 ind '.'.. .and Mi
Enthusiasm soared at the recent CIA Young Women's Division
luncheon when a final tally revealed 3C0 auests increased their
pledges substantially over last year's total. Pleaded with the
good showing are (left to right' Mrs. Kenneth Treister. Mrs.
Benedict Silverman and Mrs. Melvyn 3. Frumkes, luncheon
chairmen, and Mrs. Daniel Franco member of the hostess com-
lee.
Glamorous costumes and unusual hats were the order o!
dav at the CJA Young Women's Division luncheon at the Ever-
les hotel. Helping to mix their fund-raising with the Latest
uons are left to right' Mrs. Harry Smith, Mrs. Ham/ Lev-
Mrs Myron Singer, and Mrs. Marshall Harris. Many new
...c:e enrolled in CIA at the weh-attended affair.
Academy Women To Hear Review
,,..i, Shapiro, ores lent. Simon will review
nducl a general meeting of "L J ^-' b> Andre
Women on Wed. Schwara-Bart
1 ,- waldman's hotel Program chairmen for the after
M us is Journal Chair- noon are Mrs Harrj Kaplan and
MM '-wBcrger.
MIar??i Hadassah
In Pi'rim Party
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-ill ol Fl
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. Esther ted by
Mrs Max S k fl impa-
Mrs Gladys Dinitz.
n the casi are M--
lel as Queen Esther,
Sidney Schwartz a- Kin.: Ahasu
erus, Mrs Julius Kaplan as Mor-
an i Mrs Bernard FleiSS .
a< Hani.in
Supporting players are Mrs.
Henry Paul, Mrs Irvin Porter,
Mrs Max Haber, Mrs, J
> Mrs William Braunstein,
Mr-. M.iton Schillman. Mrs Alvin
:. Mr and Mr- Isidore
Hirsch, Mrs. Monroe Dixon, Mrs,
Sidnej Schwartz, and Mrs Alvin
Lipitz
I os umes are by Mrs. Hi nry
Viul. scenery by Mr-. Harol i A I
bott. and makeup by Mrs. Homer
K. v man.
Hollywood Ladies
Slate Luncheon
Mill Women oi Hollj
their Uth annual .i m
luncheon Mond j m al I 1
Miller, come lian and re
star, and emertainm< I
al thi Dunes, ill be m;
ter of 1 thi after-
nil.
Enterta nment will include the
nt Dorritta in a p
gra South Amerii
al present headlining \x.'h
.1 C stello Revue, "Crj
- the Heal
Sadie Cohei Mrs Lil-
lian Harris are in cha I tioki I -.
BB Women
Slate Functions
Frank chapu r of B il
women \mH hold a
the Biscayne Ten
tel on Tuesday noon. Gu I
. be Miami Mayor Rob-
1 it King High
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ncil of B'n 11
Women will meet Ph
ninu. Mar. 2:;. al Hillel Hous >n
the Universit) of Miami cam
tea Bttd coffee are in th<
for members >>t Miami count l
when the) meet si noon on T
d^\. Mar 28. in Jordan Marsh.


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Friday. March 17. 195]
Coral Way Ladies eh ^dge to /Meet
Plan Performance
p
the
U rch general meeting oi the
,ral Way Jewish
r ,.,. 10 be held Thursdaj
p m al the Center,
ls to in< lud< :i fil'"
Passover holiday,
V|!| I IS| mS "'''
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.,:; 1 Mrs
I ... nen <>i
s eatri
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s.--.....1 a No pi -":' d
cenl
w fifth
day
,. fifth annual
the affair will !><
repeated S noon a! '''
. r featuring -< fast-moving
musical ~: r>
Month]) evening lf j
ami Beach Lodge ;:,..;. g'j
B'rith, ..: ,k. Algiers
esdaj will include non
and election of .
coming year. Jack F11
Beth Am Adult Institute
\ i 1;? Education
Beth A .]
Analysis j
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las al
.1 re
birth
Temple Zotioro CoLT'y faty
Saturd
day
Participating in a musical presentation Sunday sale spoof, and Harry SarnoKIack Raymond
a, Coral Way Jewtsh Center, marking the Cen- Sam Me.z. Mrs. *Sgj***e&*.
ter's fifth birthday, are (left to rights Mrs. Ben kind and Irving Kreisberq. ihustraang the ever
Soto and Mrs. Jack Raymond in a rummage ropular square dance.
PTA Unit Will Hear General
To Love Our Country and be
Proud of It"' will be the message
oi a talk by Bgdr Gen. Lewis B.
Rock. U.S. Marine Corps. Ret., on
Citizenship and our American
Heritage" before PTA members at
a meeting Wednesday ol the Da !e
County Council 01 Parent-Teacher
A.v-oc
Dade Heights Rummage Sale
Sisterhood ol Dai e |{< ights Jew-
ish Congregation spring rumi
sale will be Sunday from 9 a m., in
from of Food Fair. 16850 N\V 27th
ave Mrs. David Slomovitz is chair
man.
The new Miami Beach Senior
High School. 2231 Prairie Ave., will
be the host school for the meet-
ing begining at 10 a.m.
Gen. Rock, a tormer newspaper
editor and publisher, served in
World War I. and joined the U S
Marines in World War II He taw
combat duty in the South Pacific,
holds four combat decoration- and
ten campaign ribbons.
The business portion of the meet-
ing v ill be conducted by Mrs Mil-
ton Weiss, Council president. Four
members from the general as-
sembly will be elected to serve on
the nominating committee
A report will be given on a
textbook resolution study made by
a committee ot the Hade county
Council PTA's. Committee 1* com-
prised of Mrs M B Ogden, legisla-
tion chairman: Mr- C C Clifton.
vue president; Mrs A .1 Brown.
coordinator ol PTA Area II; and
Mrs George W. Thorn, safet)
chairman.
ChOOSC your favorite style of
: HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
: GEFILTE FISH
Mrs. Swart is Honored
Coral Gables B 'he N'a
tional Li
Women is
Su art at a
noon in the I
Club. Mrs Swart
relation- at Lmdse) Hopkins \ 1
cational School and cond
es in fiction and journalism
Coral Gables Youth Center
Madelin Irwin
rodi are in charge ol roe
UM Student
Receives Award
Miss Fheila Steinberg a Univer-
iitj ol Miami iournalism major.
was honored with a "headliner '
award bj the Greater Miami chap
ter of Theta Sigma Phi, iournalism
sororitj al -< lunchean la-t week
at the McAllister hotel
Mis Steinberg attend- the I'm
versit) ol Miami on a Dade count)
scholarship
Pres 1 il le student Theta
She ha- been
leu- editor ol the student weekly
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MUSIC
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THEATER t
JZitli
ion
Jiraff
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s
DPhie Fashions
To Aid Victims
National Cystic Fibro.sis Founda-
tion will be recipient of all pro-
ceeds collected by the Miami Alum-
I .i<- (it Delta Phi Kp-ilon sorority at
the sorority's annual Founders Day-
has announced the following com- fashion coordinator: Irvin Miller,
mittee: treasurer: Joel Kaiser, award-;
Mesdames Herbert Bernstein. Leonard Grand, tickets; and Al-
chairman; .Marvin (iiiberman. bert Rosnian. publicity
IMPISH GENIUS FROM BRITAIN
- music; norld is saddened by the death of Sir Thomas Beecham
known conductor ot symphony and opera. He was 8i
- Britain's greatesl symphonic conductor ol the century
I ihi music world's foremost interpreters ui Mozart Handei
nown slmosl ..s well for his caustic witticisms, some-
i.iliy irreverent, which both infuriated and delighted
s ,- Thomas, who inherited a vast fortune and title from
\ ?t '* nl medicine manufacturing empire speni mil
I I eral c and symphonic works, producing 120 operas
thi century, organizing eight orchestras ovi
I keepin /irtuall) singU handedlj the musi<
. red< rick D lius
ondj Ahile, maintains :. i oul ;is
I i' grove. During this
for a music.il composition later I
Suiti
-.1 a his American debul with tin Nev york Philhar
ftcr was .i frequent visit* i to America More
\mar mosl of them true, are told about the Impish little
prominent Briton Mosl ol all, he liked to
idiei 's He once inform* d such a i rowd
'lots He is reputed to have told anotl
I concert in Manchester, he said hi would never re-
| .< a as tired of playing to savagi

(CITING SERIES AT DADE AUDITORIUM
1 i 'nr;il Series. in association with >he International
nge. and Francis Mayville announce an exceptionally
rogram for 1961-62 at Dade County Auditorium. The
Russe will be presented Dec 8 to 10.
ihi series Vienna on Parade, company of SO ballet dan-
oloists, direct from the Vienna Opera House, on Jan
I 182; Juan Mtrcadal. hilled u the Toscanini ol the gui-
Feb 16; Mariano Parra and his company of Flamen
l -h dancers smeers and musicians, from Spain on
) ltj Festival Ballet, the world renowned star with
mpanj Mai 10; Jose Greco and t-.i- Spanish dance
24 and the stunning National Ballet ol Canada,
ij select nine of the 13 performances th< > wish
ti seal locations for each ol them Sine
abh lull one-third reduction and member
through March b> calling ill 8 I I

|E.G BARE MODERN BARN?
Opera House, thai magnificent structan known
.....i '! cent* r oi operatic art, is schedul*
nth* winter of 1M069 The block-squi e propert) i
d landmark la located will be turned over to .>
. commercial building. This u progr* si
Opera v^n announced it has signed a lease with
fei lb* propert) as soon .is a new opera house is
v in the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, now
\e York City The association said it hopes to
the Center on Manhattan'! west side tor the 1964-
respect to Lincoln Center, all of u- who deal !\ lOVI
perfect acoutica oi the Met an waiting with
that the new building will not turn out to be a b
with blown up mechanical sound.
.
*NIST0RIZED BASKETBALL SCORES
her ana m Hopkinsville, Ky slapped a
Ih* piano apd snapped I'm sorrj Ladies and
[ two -ii Is in the audience ho have b* i i
| Ih They are driving me out ol m> mind
t thi M< Iropolitan Opera tar never i
the concert Severs
ei to the broadcast of a nearby high si basket-
WSYLVANIA CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS
I camp scholarships and young artist awards will be
mia Music Camp in North Carolina this summer in
Ih anniversary of the camp
i are available to young musicians age 12 to 18 lor a
the. ,uinp inorchestr.il and band instruments They
"i through tape auctions 1 he young artist awards are
a !lt- Ol the Southeast between 18 and 30 Areas ol com-
1. piano, cello, viola, and violin.
!l be guests of Transylvania for a week, when they will
"h awards and a sole performance with the orchestra Appli
^r"i- may be obtained bv writing the Brevard Music Center
WPFund, BOX 4263, Charlotte A. N.C.
UDY "ROGRAM IN PUERTO* RICO
half scholarships to an eight week study program in
mil 1 lh" v"mnur are open to gifted voung musicians, composers
nuiul i Ca,0ra of ,he Americas. The program is a project of the
nnin "*' l"Uruta of MosiC at Inter Armnean University in San
hhL; Th<' Julv 3-Aug. 29 sessions will be directed by Dr. Roy
*n founded the Institute.
/viV,h'" summer will include Janos Starker, cellist; Sidney1
nna u and "ibers of the Curtis String Quartet, pianists
^ BM,ldrns and Jesus Maria Sanroma. and violinist Tersa Hartn.
"on M available at the New School of Music, 1738 Pine st Phila-
Two Delta Phi Epsilon chil-
dren who will model at the
"Spring Parade" fashion show
are Jill and Joan Bernstein.
luncheon and fashion .show at the
Seville hotel on Saturday noon.
Spring Parade is the theme of
the affair, and an assortment of
ladies' fashions from Beth Weber.
Of south Miami, will be shown
Highlight of the program will be
Delta Phi Fpsilon children model
mg fashions from Patt's, of Bay
Harbor, and Youngland Fashions.
of Surfside.
Mrs Raymond Scheer. president.
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Friday. Mcrch 17
1961

Science Fair Winners Listed
Ureeaburg, Joel Solkofl
Jacoby; and leventh
-?- ",Jlt *" chad Gewitz, .; i
., uebrew \cademy liar pr< > I "' "':;," Honorable mi tioi
mparai ana-, ,.., ,,.x.. f
' > Kurt*
ligi departm- Kramer, and v
Beatrice, the beautiful younq dancer, willina to do anythinn
to achieve fame, and Rude, the tioer trainer, who cares more
'or his beasts than for his girl, in "Hippodrome." a nrj-orjrna
cf dazzling entertainment in color. The picture, filmed entire.y
:n Germany, opens Wednesdcy at the Carib. Miami end Mi- I -.he mamma
ecle Theatres.
Thin -i>; >n lhe
been U
formed IrrH^MaboWrtflTf!
Judges were I>r Donald K:i--.
i r Maurice Las/lo. and Mrs Mil
ton Mannheimer, criteria being
science content, organization, ori-
ginality, presentation and main, ss,
Top five winners were ninth
grade, David Luchins, integral stu-
dy (: th< in i the vari-
ables of state; eightl rade. Miri-
am Weiss, study ><( comparative
my ..I verti brate circulators
, grade. Harrj Weiss
studj of mamma-
lian and physi.....
ns: seventh gra li Varon
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Dentists Wives
To See Fashions
JIVV ladies Meet Here
.icwish War Veterans Auxil
:,:: ol Fll ::'!. I< Id a
turier fashions by designer:- |uarterly meeting ; Temple Tife-
., ro and Mijcna will be featured re:h Jacob on Wednesday evening,
m the First Day of Spring" fash- Mrs. Max Rubin, president, eon-
n -how and luncheon presented ducted the meeting.
I \ the Women's Auxiliary of the -----------------
Alpha Omega dental fraternity |u|onftrr-|1 I flHiAC
Tuesday noon at the Seville hotel. lYICIlOran LUUIC3
Funds raised will be used to Jk _| kJAn .n P|m#
help build a dental school at the Mild IVien in liuy
Hebrew University in Israel. Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
Mrs. Edwin A. Birns is chair- join with the \iens club in pre-
man, and Mrs. Al Feinglass is in tentjne a piav, "i Remember Pe-
charge of tickets. j sach.-' directed by Mrs. Elaine
Kaplan, at its regular meeting on
JWV Unit UOnor Affair Wednesday evening in the Temple
Jack Carter, comedian, and social hall.
Sarah Vaughan. singer, will enter-! Mrs. Lillian Rothschild, nomjnat-
tain at the donor affair of the Abe ing committee chairman, will pre-
Horrowitz Post and Auxiliary. Jew- sent the slate of officers and di-
lsh War Veterans, on Sunday eve- rectors for the coming year. Mrs.
ning. Mar. 25. at the Deauville ho- A. Louis Mechlowitz is president
tel. of Sisterhood.
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As8g,ft to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
fcr the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Mia- I. FJa.. one month in advance. Include the name
a tne Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
Jarre address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
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MAKVIN SUSAN
AllAN
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THOMAS
Charles Braverman
R,bbi Mayer Abramowiia will
IbiiK at Bar M*v*h of
loirlf Chin k son of Mr. and
Imp Louis Braverman. 1951 NE
lir dr No Miami Beach, during
CH*lfS
3 i services, Mar
|k. ai iernp Menorah.
ia in the graduating
Ha- if the r< : iious school and
{-. ior High.
Recer-'on h"nr U1" be
Lid a- the D .....le hotel
Allen Lev!
Allen Steven. >on ol Mr and Mrs
Alfred Levi. will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturda) morning, Mar
18. at Temple KmanuKI. with Rah
bi Ir\inK Lehrman officiating,
Allen [s a seventh made student
at Ida If. Fisher Junior Mich and
attends the Temple's religious
school. He plays the clarinet, and
il a member of the school band
A luncheon in hi> honor at the
Algiers hotel will follow the ier
vices.
Soian Berke
Susan, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Harold Berke, 105 shore dr W
Miami, will be Bas Mitzvah on
Friday evening. Mar 17. at Beth
David Congregation, with Rabbi
Norman Shapiro officiating
Susan i~ an eight grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High, and
attends Beth David religious
school,
. .
Marvin Stein
Saturday morning services, Mar
tig

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CANTOR
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Renowned Cantor of Greater Miami
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A Professional Choir
6 30 P.M.. Friday, March 31, 1961
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18. at Temple Judea will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Marvin, son
Of Mr and Mrs Jack Stein, with
Rahbi Morris Skop officiating
Marvin is a seventh grade stu
dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High
and plays cello in the school orches-
tra
He has attended religious school
for five years, and will graduate
from the Hebrew department in
June. Follow nit; bis Bar Mit/vah.
he will enter the confirmation de-
partment
a a *
Alan Glackman
Bar Mitzvah ol Alan, son of Mr
and Mrs Murray Glackman, 591t>
La Gorce dr. will be celebrated
Saturday morning. Mar 18. at Con-
gregation Beth Jacob. Rabbi Tibor
Stern will officate
Alan is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High, and plays
clarinet in the school band.

Fred Black
Fred Steven, son of Mr and Mrs.
1 Allan Black. 18121 N\V 11 it will
be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing. Mar 18. at Dade Heights Jew-
ish Congregation with Rabbi Max
Zucker officiating
The Bar Mitzvah attends the
congregation's religious school and
Norland Junior High
A luncheon and reception in his
honor will be held Sunday noon at
the Algiers hotel
a
Andrew Ross
R ibbi Max Lipschitz w .11 offici-
ate .it the B.ir Mitzvah ol Andrew
Lewis, son ol Mr and Mr- Joseph
Ross, on Saturday m irning. Mar
is. at Beth Torah Congregation
Indrew is a sevei -'.1
dent at North Miami B< ach Junior
High and attends Beth Torah reli-
gious school, where he is .1 member
\ reception and dinner in Ins
Michel Re
taurant Saturdav evening.
Jerry Litbman
.ii n> son ol Mr and Mrs Max
Lithman, will be Bar Mitzvah dur-
Saturday mornin t sen i< 1 -
Mar 18. at Congregation Yedudah
Vfoshe Rabhj Sheldon Steinmetz
will officiate, and Joseph Rosen-
CN.
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conducted by
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ol die Hebrew Union College ol Sacred Muiic
FRIDAY NIGHT. MARCH 31
517.50 per person including lax
Children up lo age 12 S12 SO
Tor Retervafions:
Calering OHice ] 2-2561
Lawrence Manning
feld. president, will present a Bi-
ble.
Kiddush. hosted by Jerry's par-
ents, will tollow services.
*
Edward Fletcher
Temple Zion will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Edward, son
Of Mr and Mrs Samuel Fletcher.
on Saturday morning. Mar 18. with
R->hN Alfred Waxman officiating
Edward is a seventh grade honor
student at West Miami Junior High.
and will continue his studies in
the Temple's confirmation class.
His parents will tender the Kid-
dush in his honor.
*
Allan Brown
Bar ttitzvah of Allan Charles,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown.
will be celebrated Saturday morn-
ing. Mar. 18. at Flaglcr-Granada
Jewish Center
Allan is a student at Shenandoah
Junior High and attended the Cen-
ter's Hebrew school for four years.
Following the service, his par
ents will host a Kiddush in his hon-
or.
*
Thomas Goldring
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel
chior Goldring. 650 Lenox ave.
Saturday morning. Mar. 18. at the
Hebrew Academy.
Thomas is an eighth grade honor
student and a soloist in the He-
brew Academy's choir.
Gerry Jedd, star of the Lon-
don company of "Two for the
Seesaw." will recreate the
role of loveable Gittel Mosca
when she opens as co-star of
John Baragrey on Tuesday at
the Ccronut Grove Plcyho.se.
The click comedy romance
will follow the month lonq
smash of Menasha Skulnik in
"The 49th Cousin." going into
its final performance Sundav.
Titereth Israel Dinner Party
Cards and mah lone; followed
, spaghetti dinner Sunday. 5 pm .
in the social hall of Tifereth Israel
Congregation, 8500 N. Miami ave.
MOTH.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Someone once introduced Martha
amis Eleanor Roosevelt, and they 1
great lady, and >o i- Martha Myers
[Mrs. Stanley C.i Myers a^ Ml
a point. Eleanor Roosevelt is a
mJmtati Meridian^
Halpern, Lear
Off to Jamaica
in a candlelight ceremony at the
Diplomat Country Club. Arlecn
Lear and Allen Leon Halpern were
'united in marriage Sunday. Mar. IZ.
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman Offici-
ating.
The new Mrs Halpern is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Reuben
Lear, of 1709 NE W ave.. Ft.
Fancier, ale. She is a graduate ot
Ft. Lauderdale High School, and
attended the Universitj ol Miami
Her husband is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hymaa Halpern, ol the
Bronx. NY He i> a graduate ol
the Universitj "f Miami and pres
idem of
Friday. March
l'i Lambda Phi. He
This weel Martha is in Pittsburgh.. j^-^ accountant on Mil
(real aav. ami >u i> ...n. ~*........ .;.! i\-.nn<-il pre?eiui\ >
Pa attending the 24th national b.ennal convention of National Couned ^eh
of Jewish Women. There, as a national vice president, she will preside
gown, the bride chose
chantill) lace with scalloped neck-
r,sldent ofthe Junior Council in Miami in fact, sne me, -J- jft 'SSttt^^JSEi
junior Council chance at Beth David Congregation. uhere she had aattO jra appuq ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
many of the MlM^ ^ ^ ^ ^ g ^ of lg Martha ,
In fact, she met Stanley at a
This is a long way
hi in to be the speaker
locallv and nationally. Stanley She carried orchids and a prayer
book.
Attending her were Roslynne
Miller, maid of honor, and Mrs
Paul Silverman, her cousin, matron
of honor Another cousin, Karen
Together,
and Martha have since shared the same inter
eats m community affairs. Together, they have
the same intense feeling that they are their
brothers' keeper. This community dedication
has certainly influenced their home life, m-
aamuch as their children. Judy, now Mrs.
Arthur Gilbert, and Kenny feel the same dedi
cation, and are joining the ranks of those who
care what happens in the life of their com-
munity.
\\ rrntr- K.ii.u
MKS. RONALD BAKU
MRS. AUIN HAlPfffN
Denise C.ubm. was junior brides-
maid.
The bridegroom's brother. Da> id
Halpern. was his best man. and
serving as ushers were Paul Silver. % ji r0||en Exchanae VOWS
man. Stephen Lear. Elliot Greene. DOTH, UOnen tAUlunyc wwvw*
MARTH6
the
During the war years. Martha was active
in Red Cross Staff Volunteer Training. Two
full columns can be written about the various
organizations of which Martha has been pres-
ident, chairman or guiding light. Currently, she
is vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, in which she has served in many
capacities, including presently as chairman of
community planning committee.
Since Stanley could not attend the last General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Martha served as a
pinch hitter and chaired the meeting assigned to him. becoming the first
woman to act ir. that capacity.
The novelty of being a grandmother ready and willing to baby sit
ai the ring of the phone is taking predominance in Martha's life. She
ft els that she and Stanley have reached the age of the three R's Read-
ing. Resting and Raving (about their grandchild).
As President John F. Kennedy said in one of his talks, he now joins
(hose who are in a high and lonely office. When you reach the top. it is
lonely. Martha has been there a long time.
* *
JUST LADIES
It was a dinner party just for the Fair Sex at the home of Reggie '
Mrs. Lionel) Maron. The guests were Canadian friends from Montreal.!
Everyone loves to receive an invitation from Reggie. She's an
\< client cook and a gracious hostess.
Her main course at the dinner party was dietetic pineapple chicken,
and all the diet-conscious guests were satisfied
After Reggie s famous sponge cake, the Fair Sex settled down to
cards. Food for the stomach and food for the mind
* *
FORTY-FIVE OR OVER
Those who played in the Women's Senior Golf Tournament at West-
vn w Country Club had to admit their true age. They couldn't be thirty-
m\ because the youngest had to be forty-five.
Clara Spitz was the organizer. Women came from everywhere, as
long a< they had had forty-five candles on their last birthday cake.
Frances Wolf son. Shirley Heiman. Harriet Williams. Zenia Meyer.
Martha Blum were all in there swinging. Betty Schwartz. Trud> Cohen
and Billie Goldman were among the Winners.
* *
THE HORSE SLIPPED
Jerry (Mrs Larry | Fnedland was seen in the store buying baby
loi I not what you think. Son Ronny went to Gainesville for a short
Visit. He did some riding, the horse fell, and Ronny with him.
Ronny broke his jaw. which is now wired in three places. He's
already back at school, the University of Miami, but he won't be eating
-i ids or laughing for a long time. Don't know what happened to
the horse
A PARTY
Larry Fels. Mai Arnold. Stanlev
Cohen. Paul Pintel. Gerald Sheind-
lin and Robert Lear.
A reception at the Diplomat
Country Club followed the 6:30
ceremony
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the young couple will reside in Mi-
ami Beach
Book Review
At Beth David
Beth David Sisterhood will spon-
sor a coffee and book review
Wednesday, io a.m.. in the syna.
gogue auditorium.
Mrs I. M Weinstein will review
"The Last of the Just." by Andre
Schwarz Bart.
Mrs. Leonard Wolf and Mrs
Herbert Frame are co chairmen of
the event
Reservations may be made at the
synagogue office.
Rabbi Jaffe Io Speak
Weekly luncheon meeting ot Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'nth Lodge will
be at the Ritz Plaza hotel on Tues-
day noon. Speaker will be Rabbi
Samuel Z. Jaffe. of Temple Beth
El. Hollywood.
Gershon S. Miller is chairman ol
the luncheon meeting
A formal dinner at Temple Tit-
ereth Jacob folowed the marriage
of Hope Barbara Cohen and Ron
aid Sheldon Banl on Sunday. Mar
12 Rabbi Leon Helm officiated at
the 6 o'clock ceremony.
Daughter Ol Mr and Mrs Jack
Leonard Cohen, ot 8U0 Falcon ave ,
Miami Springs, the bride is a grad-
uate ol Miami Senior High school.
where she belonged to Anchor Sen
ice Club and Hillel She also at
ended the University of Florida
She was attended by Jane Ellen
Lowenthal, maid of honor, and Mrs.
Sandra Stone, matron of honor
Bridesmaids were Rosalie Sen-
wartzman, Roberta Koronea and
Trudy Karp. the groom's siater.
Her gown was off-white peau de
soic with princess line, chapel
, n a portrait neckline trimmed
with alencon lace, and long sleeves
with epaulettes She carried white
camelias on a prayer book be-
longing to her lather, with a border
ol white roses
The groom is (he m >: Mil
Frances Banl. of 251 S\A *>.'> jv
He is I graduate of Mia i
High, and is praaentl)
First National Bank of M
His cousin, David B
best man. and usher- ere Rot
Stone, Robert Blooii
Wolfe', and the bride'.- br
aid Cohen
After a honeymoon trip to
Juan. Puerto Rico, the newlyN
will live at 1W9 SW 3 ave M'
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That WW 1 automobile license outside
Jack and Dolores Courslion's house the other
night belonged to Sen. Claude Pepper. That
was the night of the dinner party tor the board
of directors of the Washington Security Co.
Drinks first and then dinner, but no filets V
Delly told the caterer to try something differ-1
ent for a change. There was something dif-
ferent in the way of entertainment later on in
the evening, too.
Frances Thomas read palms Since there
were so many bank officials present, they didn't j
have to cross her palm (with silver) Frances I
Thomas? Of course, she's Freddy (Mrs Rudy)
Baum.
DOLORES -fc
SPRING AND WESTVIEW
Spring flowers decorated the tables at Westview for the second
luncheon and fashion show of the year. Among the lovelies in the audi-
ence were Mrs. Mickey Sehermer. Mrs. Charles Leonie. Mrs David
Hochberg, Mrs. Julian Weinkle. and Mrs. Herbert Yalof. who is visiting
her mother. Mrs. Leopold Schwartz.
Mrs. Alex Miller. Mrs. Marvin Silvers and Mrs William Singer, all:
three looking like fashion plates themselves, were enjoying the fabulous i
Fashion Trend* for '61 by Jordan Marsh.
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hand made calfskil

|u|RS. Dick Shawn wore a white
,TI chantill) lao sheath over
pink Ik lafteta Th as re
embroidered with white ci
pads Moj gashi I -i was the
M .. Gopman
in thn p lavcndei ih em-
Miss Sherman
Weds Engineer
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officiated at rhi 7 o'clock
\ : the hotel
Thi lei oi Mr
Mrs George Sh mai
1XE lit ter Shi .- a graduate "i
Miami Beach High School, and .it
y of E lorida
Delta PI her soi
I i er ieddii h cl ose a
gown ol ilk peau ill v it with
neck : utlincd in im-
: led alenc< ici The sofl -kirt
v .i- hi hlighti.! > ith the la< e and
to ., regal train She com
: I. d en f'li m .ih a li< red
veil softl) draped to a petal -ilk
plateau i ap edged in i> aria
Elinor Wi>hnatzki \'.i- matroi
. .in Phylis Bunny Me ho-
wiU .mil Lill) M' -k. bridesmaids.
The groom is the son "t Mr Ben-
iamin G of Brooklyn,
\ v ami i ate Sophie Gross
man B i was Howard Van
. Hal vej and Allan
Bash sen ed as hei
He has : egree In elei
pngn el tu\ers
Masters from I'm
verxl hern ( forma His
: inly i- Pi i ambda Phi, and
he .- prew titlj a mi mbei ol thi
leehnici Aircraft
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September Rites
For Bride-Elect
Mr -in Mi v Schonfeld, 5736
Pine Tree dr announce the i n
daughter, Nancy
nnetl Budd) I Feldman, on
of Mr and Mrs Ulan Feldman.
9172 Dii kens a> e
The bnd< > cl a graduate >t
Miami Beach S< nior High and al
tended Sophii New comb Collt
Orleans Shi is present!) a
Junior at ih<' L'mversitj where she majors in speech Iher
p) ii. r sororit) is Sigma Delta
T..ii
Mis Schonfeld'a paternal grand
pan nts, the Josi ph Si honfi ds
vain, to K. 5 West before the turn
..I the centur>. and settled in Mi-
ami m the earls "M,,,'-
Her fiance ia ..I-'' a Bra luati i I
Miami Beach Senior High, and is
attending the lavs school at Ihe
Universit) ol Miami. He is
urei ol Phi Alpha Delta law fra
tt-rr.it> .
A September wedding is planned.
broidered laci appliques in .. fl< ral
i n.
The Israeli Italian fashion show
was a first"' in la-hion history.
II i resented designs made of Is-
raeli and Italian fabrics by Italy's
ami Israel's leading couturiers
The show was commentated by
Btsa Myer&on who wore a red silk
-uit. Her jacket was waist-length
with thi loose .a.-\ m. yet contour-
ad. Matching colored hunt buttons
and three-quarter sleeves, along
with a stand-awaj collar, were her
fashion highlights.
Among ou'-oltoun guests were
Mr- David P Gordon and Mrs
[Barrell Lazarus, of Pittsburgh.
Mr- Gordon wore a pale yellow
i i h.t, chant illy
Mr-. Lazarus' choice
moygashel linen en-
a hip length Chanel-
From Washington,
Pa., Mrs Louis Berman was in a
hite -dk sheath covi red with em-
broil ered i ii i tlow i rs
Wife "f the vice presidenl ol
Bond* for Israel, Mrs Joseph .1
schwartz, chose a gold and silver
iik organ ..
lace inserts
a a- ...
semi le with
ityle jacket
Mrs. Kay Heeled VP
Mrs. Sidney Kay, supervisor ol
the Beth Torah Congregation pri
ichool, waa recently elected vice-
president 11 'he newlj formed
Council of Jewish (<>n>-'
Pre Schools affiliated with the Bu-
reau "i Jewish Education
U i i rit i t\ ,i
MffS. HOWAKD GKOSSMAN
satin brocaded suit. Mrs. .lack
Popick dress was oi carbon blue
md white, with the dre-s shaped
into hall oval.- all the way down
the front and back, with white lace '
ins* rted into the center.
*"Ttr** AW?" Thau canfe" directly
from the airport to the luncheon
Iressed in a luggage brown -ilk
uit An orchid knit suit with
eather inserts In the jacket was
worn by Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro
lhe tailored line- were softened
a ith a -iik organza jabot at her
leckline. Champagne-colored silk
alpaca was the choice of .Mrs Sam-
icl Oritl Her dress featured ..
low -cnop.d neckline, and a three
luartcr i< ngth tunic.
? HE Evergla >- Hotel Roof was
' the setting lor the recent "Les
Girls" luncheon. CJA Young Worn
n's Da ision Co-chairmen of the
day were Mrs. Melvyn Frumkes.
who chose tones and -hade- ..t lav-
Mi Bern di. > Silver
man. m a navy blue -ilk jacket en
semble lined in scarli
Mrs. Harry Levy chose a white
silk accented with huge black but-
on- The black and white were
peatl d i'! her zebra print tall
crown sailor straw hat Carmine*
red brocade was the labile In Mrs
Myron Singer's luted cocktail suit.
Her large black picture hat v as
trimmed with frOffy*ksyers of mo-
line, with an American beautj rose
tucked in the 'runt.
From Burma came the black -ilk
lUrah worn b> Mrs Harry Smith.
Her red velour tall pill-box hat as
trimmed with multicolored coque
feather-. Mr- Martin Smith chose
i grey organdy with white accor-
dion pleats and a portrait neckline.
Her picture organdy hat was trim-
med with a matching -hade of
grey.
Mrs. Stephen Carner -elect.
French imported -ilk print in sub-
tle shades ol turquoise, green and
blue. Her brimmed hat was if the
same material, set off b> a h in
some jeweled ornament with ston -
in similar colors as her di \
-ilk champagne-colored litted jac-
kit dress of a textured fabric, with
a huge printed collar, was
choice of Mrs, Edward Eisenberg.
Her tiered, flowered hat was an
amber color
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7nday. March 17, 1961
-Jmisti Fkriciinn
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A MOST HAPPY and JOYOUS
PASSOVER
from the entire FOOD FAIR family!
As always, FOOD FAIR presents the most extensive
variety of KOSHER for Passover Foods in Florida
FLORIDA'S FINEST
AND MOST COMPLETE
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DEPARTMENTS
Now featuring the finest of FRESH WATER FISH rushed to us
from the GREAT LAKES just hours after being caught!
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LAKE WHITEFISH OR YELLOW PIKE
BUFFALO (winter) CARP
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RETURN BY
POPULAR DEMAND!
THE FAMOUS
CANTOR WILHELM SILVER
of Chicaf* lyric Opera Co.
AND
ROBERT STRASSBURG
CHOIR
Will Conduct the
Passover Seders
Mashgiach on Premises

Di Lido Hotel
MARCH 31 APRIL 1
Strictly Kosher Catering
By Harfenist
Tickets are Available at
HARFENIST RESTAURANT
1381 Washington Avenue
JE 8-2055 JE 8-2058
ATLANTIS HOTEL
DINING ROOM
PASSOVER
[ SEDERS
SA25 PER PERSON
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SERVED IN THE
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Well-Known Cantor officiating
Reservations JE 1 -0381
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Reservations for Passover Holidays Now Being Accepted
731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401

NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: With the Kiehmann trial about to Start
in Israel It's interesting to note thai the first Jewish United States Army
officer to arrive at BuchenwalJ in the wake ol the fleeing Naxi captors
H-ac Henry E Coleman. now a practicing attorney on Miami Beach
Coleman was a lieutenant in the Army Air Force at the time, and he
took a number of photos ol the honors and the victims of that inferno
ol Nazi inhumanity.
B'nai BTith 'Single-'' are still talking about the wonderful evening
spent dancing at the Palladium, which i* termer i/opa City on the Beach
President Ed Levin arranged the event, and you can take it from him.
there's no better "buy" in town than the Palladium for groups The
jumbo dance floor, low-priced drinks and continuous dancing to two fine
bands make it tops lor terpsiehorean pleasure.
Rosalie Arkin had her own claque when she appeared in the Trixie
Levin now staged by the Bay Harbor Club recently. They were her
husband, Norman, Jack and Ellie Taylor, Ed and Byrdie Dension,
and Stan and Jane Tate.
Julio !). Diego, whose paintings are on lisplay in New York's Metro
politan Museum, was guest "t honor when the Arts Group met recentlj
al ih< homi oi Mrs, Zachary Bailey. Sh< gave a reading on modern
art. which was the theme oi the get-togethi r
Johnny Monahan, convention sales director oi the Diplomat, and
wife, P expect their second next month.
ypso singer Sir Judson Smith a dinner guest at Villas' King
Arthur's Court. Jud recently closed a holdover engagement al tin G
Bahama Club
Pianists Etta Vogel and Rev sindoni arc on tap at Ei Bolero,
THE TOURIST PROBLEM: One "i New Y irk's top travel author)
tie- in town for a few days was amazed at the changing tourisl seem
hen- in just one winter. For one thing, he noticed the trend to older
people, and the noticeable lack of the "younger married*." who com-
prised the "sportier and biggei spending element in previous seasons
The younger lolk. it seems, are heading for new resort areas
A revitalized tourist program is most paramount and pertinent .
if the city fathers, hotel owner.- and others concerned with 'he problems
ol .Miami Beach fail immediate planning ol such a program the economic
life-line ol the nation'- largl -t r< sort is ready to be -nipped
Everybody, including hi- uncle and aunt, has a gripe aboul i
lions here. They're pessimistic about the future of Miami Beach. No-
il seems, appear* optimistic. It's a blue note, you can be sure,
and things will worsen if Beach "brain (rasters" don't -tart working in
unison and come up with a really significant overall plan to -tern the
tourist recession, l"p till now every "emergency promotion" has been
just thatill-advised, of short duration and unproductive,
EACH YEAR the list ol line hotel- and restaurants in Greater Mi
ami offering accommodations lor Passover Seder.-, special Passover
meals an pat kage deal- for the entire period, keeps growing.
Among them this year are the Seville, the Fontainebleau. Eden
Roc. Lombardy, Atlantis. Royal l'alm. Barcelona. Astor, Marseilles,
Cromwell, Coral Reef, Di Lido. Promenade, Raleigh, Shore Club, Caril-
lon, Katz's Paradisi Restaurant, Harfenist Restaurant, Riviera Kosher
Restaurant in (oral Gables, Star Dairj Restaurant, Royal Hungarian,
and Michel's. Also open to the public are the Seders at Temple Menorah
and Temple Ne r Tamid.
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ON THE TOWN: 'Ihe meteoric rise ol Eyde Gorme and Steve Law
renee as an entertainment team ha* been the talk ol show buisness the
past .-in months. The breezy young couple are breaking records wher-
the} appear. The) an rmong the new generation of entertainers
who tion't have to bear tin tag ol "sick," like -o many oi their contem-
poraries Thej are wholesome, refreshing and spontaneous, and the
fact that they open tonight (Friday) at the Eden Roc Pompeii Room
should be good news to their fans in this area. Gu> Mark-, another
ster. will -hare the bill with the musical twosome.
When Dean Martm went on his own, splitting with Jerry Lewi- you
could have received excessive odds that he'd never go far. But the
<..-> going, smooth-voiced singer became the surprise oi Hollywood,
goinj traight-man role- in movies with Jerry Lewi* to top drama.

We've yet to see him do a pcor job. His characterizations have
been varied ar.J excellent, for instance, his gambler's part jn "They
Came Running," the playboy in "The Young Lions," and they say his
latest, which is strictly light and romantic in "All in a Night's Work"
opposite Shirley MacLaine, is his top spot so far. It opens at the Fla
mingo on Mar. 21, and Dean opens in person tonight (Friday) at the
Fontainebleau La Ronde.
Few miniature revues have enjoyed the overwhelming success ol
"Caught .n the Act," the brain child oi versatile and talented &
Marlowe, who i* he-t known a* the head of Sid Harris Tin atncal \
cy .lack De Leon head* the competent and all-star cast oi the- hilarious
sketchbook-type -how that i- running riot on the stage m the D
Room of the Se\ ille.
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SCREEN STUFF: "Never on Sunday, the delightful import hem-
held over at the Mayfair, Surf and Sunset Theatres, it on the list of
Academy Award nominees "Sanctuary," the dramati adult
adapation from William Faulkner'- work, holds through Tuesdaj u
the Carib, Miami and Miracle "Pepe" roil- mernlj aloni it the
Lincoln, with Cantinflas. Dan Dailey. Shirley Jones .md 35 big-name
stars in the fun and music hit "Operation Eichmann." movie docu
mtntary of thf capture of the ex Nazi, will be on tap at the Bt a< h Para
mount and Gables next Wednesday.
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.. ., crane Cable Rollei I
! .vi ling Pram Bruin i it' h Lo. k
Cxi. i ii .1 C"1 "- Travi ling Cram
Drum Cbli RH l Handxyhe. n i
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Traveling Holal 1 H Tru. k; ......
Si, ,.- Traveling Heiel '" l""1-
Wheel In-'il W .-!' r al "p. r-
Rtlng Win. li Mech C ring Thrual
i Spring Trax'ellng H"i-i Handle
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20 TuIm Mu" M'"' T.....|. Bench
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Bra. kel R. trad Ladder LH; I*
,i i, itch '." i I Clamp
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Tank Selector Valve; 1 \ngl.Crew
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LEGAL NOTICE
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Friday, March 17, lgg;
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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MU i i. I Levar A-.-> Kng i

Air
II.,I
plosion Proof Insulating: i Latch
\ i\ Exit Door Retaining; 1 Support
Platform step: It Channel 8* lt< h
Panel Prop Control Gang; Strap
Main Oxygen Cyl Support; SI Spun-
Travel ng C an Hand Winch < oupllng
Retainer: SO sleeve Ami "TY.ln*
. ..ii.- H.iii.i Win. h Coupling; Block
v i) Front Fuselage Hytl Tub(
. Support; Block Asa) Front
Fuselagt Hv.i Line Lower Support:
l JointNavigator Dome Rubber Seal
Strip B Duct Am Combuatlon
ID Block Aaa) R"< Fuselage
Tube Support RH Side; tt Rkx-k
i;.., 1- :-. lage II wl Till-.- Support
l.M side; SI Clip- r'uel Bal in< I*rsltj
Line mi. l Block Asa) S' Door I
I' ping Support Fixed; Ro Parti
tion Support; 113 Poppel. 1 i in
P ,wi i Bra< Control Valve 120 Spring
Power Brake Control Valve I ppei
.. Valve Aaa; Mlg Cplat. h Catch
\ ix Bxlt Dooi I'plntch Altai hlng: in
Shin Laminate Phenoll. Ign Conduit
Kiinelii I notion Box Plate l.tt-
I, r ..ill.--. l PlateDrain Tube Cover
4i Reduce! \s>\ Alum Allo> Wash
i: ,-i i Drain Line; I Channel Parti-
i ,n Atta. hlng; IS Washei Ele\ Ta*
Spring Tapered; 21 Block AssyHyd
Tubing Wippori Rear Fuselage; Sup-
i,..i: Tall Heater Supporl Strip
I4:i Hanger Aaa> Coll Ring Flex
Support: 19 Adapter- side Carho Door
Cyl; 3 Nul Side i 'argo I.....r Cyl: '
n a ring -Side i 'ai go I.....i Cyl; ISO
,; iard All Idler Bracket Roll, r; 1
shall Fllgl Control Pullej Drilled.
l'> Spring -Auto Pilot Release Arm: .
Brai kel Floor Be im lo Control Arm
!v spi ing Vuto Pilot Rele iw
., ,,_, ] vrn Van) Auto Pll.
C mta. i Bra kel Vuto Pilot Spring
to Bulkhead attaching; S Cam Ann)
\ no Pllol Release; 7 Button Ahs)
Control Surface Snnbbar Switch
", Spring .'.m!. ..I Surface Snubbei
Switch; II Plat* Control Surface
Snubber Switch; t Xul Control Siir-
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p IBeiag< : Cabli AanyAuto Pllol
Soring SO Cable Ass) Auto Pilot Bel-I i
. rk: Bracket l.M Outbd Flight Con- "
trol Fairlead; 6 BracketUH
.' miir--l Fairlead
Plight Control FalHead; Bracket
T i"la.p l"l-i
Shr<>Ud IS Outlet A) Heater Exit
Slirou.l Blnal RH: IS IHltlet Ass)
He.ttei Exh Shroud Blast Air LH; *
Rollei Asa) NO I...... ** '- ty*""
Kmeigetic) Snubbei Release \ai\-
Handle; i- Bracket Vsa) ';"-' Snub-
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v.. Wing Flap Hyd Pllol Valve; Ip.,
Pulie> l-a.iinis Platform Cp I
;.,... Arm I'"- Throttle Cm iro'i'*" '
atlng: TO Ann Ass) Kng Mi*
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Side Windshield Outei ISIaae Rh I
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Latch Release: i" Br kel K- ape
Hinge '-" seal K> nihetlc Rub-
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Brace Heatei Control; 2* Rollet Awj
ii ii eling Crane I "able; I Bra. kel
\-~\ Traveling Crane Centei Ami
:;: SealSvnthetic Rubber Knclhslng
Window li.wei l.ll f, Seal Syn-
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Lower RH; '-"-' Seal Synthetli Rubber
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Va< uum Filter All k' ,
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M. -1 l, r Bra. k. I Cv.-i A>
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Thermal Insulation Inlnl Wing. "
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l.ll F\iselng. Bra. k- Assj
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Kll. I Cuar.l Ass> ibl.
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Me. h Control; .' Fitting t mj
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F:nclosure Window Cpper Aft: 13 Seal Ass) tSeii Rev. rrent R. I pper ;.
SM,th.-i Rubber enclosure Win- vngl. Mlg Release Bri......- Support v .. v.- ill P t. V.. v
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Pwil l'.ll Seal -Synthetic Rubber ||..ater Air Valve I sunn. Vss) ten- Innei Rii Low. l.ll i w'r "'
Enclosure Window Pront Side l.ll 2J ,.., Wing F'uel: IS Valve Ass) -talun Km Panel l i l.H
Seal Sv mii. 11. Rubber Enclosure
Window From Sldi RH; li Seal Syn-
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l.ll .'7 SealSynthetl. Rubber Kn-
ilosure Window Sldi RH
41 s.-ai -S) nthetlc Rubbei F*n. I
Window Aft Center: : ShieldAlum
Allo) i'i-K Spray; SS Handle Pllol
En. i Window l.ai. h l.H SO Handle
Pilot End Window l.at.li RII: !' Han-
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Housing Preiw Reg Valve Spring: !
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Swit.li Crank Ass)Mlg I.....' "'
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Inbd ill i'iiiis Ass) Mlg l.....r ',
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tiper Rollei Aux Sup l.H. 13 Saddle
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x--i lutbd Rod I'rank laa)
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Ins V>*y Vlun Alluj hi'
p .. ii- .1 i;.- Iii< i ..- i 173 to <- oi
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vlum All>! I i- Fu I!
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Hyd N\v Man lo N| Dm I pint
A>-\ Cre* Frl I Hyd: 8 Piping
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H-l Ro -.I'l-- .1 Bll hd Fit l Plpina
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r> Piping (myAlum Ml--, Fit I-.
Hyd; PI i \ y- -Al im All- Ft
, Hyi ; Plplns V*a> Alum Allj
Prt Fti* M; -i. i- ping V**y -' P piny
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Relief Valve lo .il drip pan
A--\ Kil 1- us Hi il.
AkhvOre8 F I P Hyd
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.-> r- Frl run Hyd
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A--> -Alui v Frl Pui
LEGAL NOTICE
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I train Ho* to h/er-
1 l'1 Piping a i Bng Shi
i I'.i) in Chamber Drain Hum
Conn t" n..-.- ...nil II Piping Aaaj
Knir s.. i Kiel ri. > i ii in Chamber
Drain bo hot* eonn Pwd ..f mi cooler
Hrkt. .1* llping AaayCre* Bng tktci
Kuel Pump to i'rain Valve; i:' Piping
Assy i'ns Bng Aect hml Hluuii i.i-.-
Iir:lin Kil to Overtu.ai Alum Alln\ Ens MbOI < >il Breather
i:ll. 1 Piping AagyUnion tu torque-
m#.ter oaurtneeilon replatraa --ii -"<>_' _'_
mfg: 44 PipingAlum Alloy eag sect
oil hoae overboard;
93 Piping Assy4'ri Bng Sacl >il
Starter Pad to Tee; I rijniiK Amty
Bulkhead Fitting to overboard; ;t4
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l.H Tee; llping
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tud Pu*; Brai ki I A*aj Si: l*p-
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itlns i 'i.. n i Brai !2 Itrai
. \- |nbd Nacelle l '> liiiike.
Bracket Inbd Xai Hi 'I- H ngi
Inbd RH; I Bracket Aaa) -Inhd Nai
i>....r Hinge:
l Bracket Any; i Bracket a--> :
Bracket A**yInbd Nai Pool Hinge;
l.H a.--.. NO L'p l-.ii'h. :: Piping
Mum Alley '"ti Wing 'il Wye Draii
.. ; ii. -li tnfl valve: Piping A--
'enter Wing OH; i Cover \--.i:.i-
i: k Mi chanlam \--> Xi:
ip l.atih; 14 I....' A--.. NO I'platch;
10 WTK Bi It :-ii 'I'll. m..I i' ii i -
Heat< uii. -i Ion ;'i' l.H. 1 Line
i--n l.H i'..inhustii.n Air Tap to
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NOTICE UNDER
f I'XKi TTIVK SKI: VI' I-
'ounty, intends to n
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MORTON K.iTHKNPKK.; ,
Attorney Cor Kaway cnlform ""
Supply t Florida, in.. ;
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Friday. March 17. 1961
Barcelona Seder Slates Belarsky
Unittiffrrirffon
Page 15-B
S.ili
fimoi
iJeiarsky, internationally-
.-.Mi conduit the tr.i
: ,. PasSOVet services
lona hotel on Friday
I, (i 30 p.m.
nuinij under the l.atun ol the late
Artwrn TOscanini
The Seder, on the fust night .,[
Pas! iver, will be open to the pub-
Cost will include the tradi-
- ....... mviuuc im- iratn-
itar of opera, radio, tiona] meal vine-. Bad all the
e eoneert stage, trimmings, in addition to a concert
! i the privilege ol afterward
Sugarine is Very Sweet and Should
Be Used Sparingly to Lop Off Calories
i

Sugarine, you will
... thai 'I i- very.
e tableapo
tugar Three
ie i up "t col
i j liquid to start
blends instantly in-
I or cold Be-
ience and econo-
ideal sweeten-
, I i,m ma e; and
lissolved sugar m
;lass i- ettmina-
. unecessary talo-
ur diets hen m a
resh berries, sliced
in mo mng cereal Add
- igarine to a small
the truit juice, and
onr.k .cure over the fruit.
\ | the same reason
truit with sugar
r, advi The flavor is en
a istng Sugarine to
real, limply add a
to the milk or cream be-
fore !' ,ver the cereal
wh< Sugarine m reci-
.....I that it can easi-
ly be I for sugar when
i give sweetness
in cakes, cookies.
depend on sugar
xture and firm, or in Jams
ii has a presei \ a
;ai cannot be ell-
ii dun This word
Sugarine m
: foods which
and body is
tinsl indiscnmi-
1 in not expei l
i ilone fudge \-
nicl i and) is
i liquid cooked
-. ip consisteiu j
.< Ii delights and
5 using Sugarine
pie and logical
S ganne in gela
erts, in custards,
in h puddings II
iai becue taw i -
; salad dress
aucc or soft cus
tO add a hit of
mraothness and
^ li ;ai ordinarily pro
which is Be
ber is that the
ne which you use
ir own tastes Be
ijiv each person
. I 1 her good Judg
?*n! '' of lam.K pn
'' facts learned from
standanze i
huh will hold
since our indi
vidual tastes varj so much Per
SOnS who make ., ~\ r ip rj|
ing (i ffee an l b irj gi
fruil under ,1 mound ol sugar will
;-- more S n in< Some per.
an aftertaste h hen
"-m- Sutj .:'ill o lav ishl} Tl '
simply the signal noi to use two
dropl when oni v ill do
Sugarine i- now in national dis
IribQtion through the lea ing food
stores from c .as to-coasl if your
favorite merchant has not yel ad
ded Sugarine, he ill no doubl be
glad to eld so al your request
The convenient table sue, sha
ker top t .1/ bottle will sweeten
over too cups of coffee or tea and
i- priced at only 75c
Menorah Will
Fete Journal
Temple Menorah Will celebrate
the completion of us Ad Journal
with an award dinner on Sunday,
Mar 26. 6 p m. at the Deauville
hotel
Program will feature Bobbi Ba-
ker comedian, and s-ar Napoleon
Reed singer
Mr- Sam Belsky i- banquet
chairman, and Mrs Ra> Morse
Mr- Maurice Smuckler and Mrs
Blanche Marshall are journal
chairnu n
LEGAL NOTICE
Esther Barrett, pianist, is shown receiving citation from the Surf-
side Music Society as "Outstanding Accompanist of Greater
Miami for her work as piano accompanist for many singers
and musical groups of this area. Presenting the award are
Louis B. Hoberman (center), president of the Surfside Music
Society, and Irving Billig. board member and chairmen of the
awards committee.
Stock Dividend Approved
A .") percent dividend was ap-
proved by stockholders ot the Me-
tropolitan Bank of Miami at its an-
nual meeting here, it was an-
nounced by A J. Harris, chairman
of the board All directors were
reelected, and all officers reap-
pointed Three new officers were
named
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Mayor Burns to Speak
Mayor Hayden Burns of Jack
ille, former t andi late for go\
I speak I the Si uth chap
ii the Florida Planning and
\--n on Wednesday noon
it rob) afeteria, HVi 5th st, and
i e .,(, ording to an announi e
ment by Jules P Channing. pres
dent ot the Asan Mayor ':
Ie veral trips to Europe
and the Far l'.i-t and will dlsOu-
* lommunium \ Democracy
i H Gah in i* progi am chair
man for this meeting
Beth H Sisterhood
Sisterhood ol Congregation B< th
KI held a luncheon and card
l>ait\ on Tuesda) noon in Dora
August Memorial Hall, 900 s\v 17th
BVe., Miami
fmonu-f/ Players Plan
Temple Emanu-BI Players will
hold a social evening on Monday
in Slrkin Hall in preparation tor
the forthcoming production. "Shin
gle on Flagler Street." written and
directed by Trixie Levin. Presi
lent ol the Temple Emanu-EI
ers is La on ird Glickman.
Yehudah Moshe Sisterhood
Mrs A .1 Brown, president.
(inducted the regular meetii
Congregati in Yehudah Mo-he Si-
terhood on Monday, Mrs Rose
Racher was in charge ol the pro-
?ram
Women's Party
To Aid Library
Women's Division of the Cham-
ber of Commerce and Surt-Bal-Bay
Library As-n will have a card
party and luncheon Thursday noon.
Apr 13. at the Americana hotel
Funds raised will be used for the
ui-keep of the library
Mrs George Valentine is chair-
man and Mrs Leslie L. Altmann
is in charge of ticket
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< i ril'K IS HKRKIM lilVKN
Hi> (I i iitnt-tl eructate
ill I 1 Ii. -- I.- :. >
rHK HK.NlKl ill in IMI'A \ V
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IN THE COUNTY JU DOE'S CO I D T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 5203C C
IX II
"RISKS I .s
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NOTICE TOCREDI'ORS
Ti
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to presei ,

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PI ii Ida, a Ithln clahi i .
from tii- dti(< of the fin-* i .. i
hereof, rh. name ll u
R \v\li >NI 1.1ST v S
Ki >mmi:i, ,\ i:i k;kks
Attorne) ii
12 Mm .it, Road
Miami I'.i ... h I him Ida
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SB Women to Meet
Miami Beach chapter ol B'nai
:; nth Women w ill meet Tu<
uniii at the Fontainebleau hotel
Dr. Wolison Scheduled
Dr A b r a h a m V\ olf son di--
cussed "Plato's Republic" Tours-
lay morning, 9 a m on the loth
: beat1: Miami Beach Recrea
turn Department is sponsor of the
lecture series
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ABRAHAM TISHMAN
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MRS LORRAINE YOLKEN
> I .. 11 w > d teil Via I
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Miami Mi mil i :
ihi s Hi ma I \- ;.lir..-i- \--n s.iuii
i.....ml Kuberl A
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, -i-i. i .mil h.-. |ian it* .-
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EVA KRAKOWER
N i ,l Mai n Pal
She w.it> I 'i- mothel Sheldon
.....It K Mian .
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and a
. \. Pair law n
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MISS BLOSSOM BRUST
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JACK SMORR
\ v\ I led P.I
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,: Serx lees wen
N) M. niu la >' ipi
H'ii n av#
OAV.D HERMAN
\. jton ave., .i I '' '
He -iin-- her* -:,-v. n ) eai
.,,iii New V. tk and a Mtl
. ; ,: .-. hi- wife, FVtrei i
dauchter, Dorothy: an.i brother,
I... .,- \.i. Rel vie** .t.. M .r
Rlver.-lde Memorial Ch*pel, waohlnjr-
1-11 .i\.-
i-re-fi x M-a-s
Surviviiu
tlire< -an
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MRS BELLA SONNETT
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V e h V or k > \
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i.-.] Mi> i -.in Ilalpei n and
-i-t. .-. t i i. were Ki
II Mi ii ial i 'I. u aidiins -
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LOUIS ISAACS
-.. ol iHth M., I!aj llarbu l-
aml i. He en me here nix
- .. .^ I .i. t||n Mass Sin
. Mrtfi ii.. th
ii. ling M liella Myern t..
.li'i^li:."* and -w.. bruiher- Kervlcen
v .i I' it; Kh > dr M.111..1 Ial
. 'it..;.- S mil) i>l.
GEORGE GOLOFIELD
died Jai H
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* br.'.. Me.vei 'i and
l sl8te|> Sei
> don I rai ilonu
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE SCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58031 C
IN" RK I '- ,-.
MAI'RIi I. K \!'fl.. 'A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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smk,t Pi^jp HoH Gwfttous peofvt -twaw -rv^t ercif *>s
MRS EVA NELSON
taoo ah.hi r.i. died Mai li
N.* Vofll Clt) Sutxivini; ..'
dauchter Mrs Barbara N Wllki
-,'.n Leonard Nelson; .. aiater and
grandi hlldrei Servlcea were
M ; |n sax V rk (*'t^
MRS. ROSA MUCHNIK
u Orli him >t w Holl) -
,. i died reb Sil Hoc <""
eiuht yearn a*o from Milwaukee Su
vivinK ire he hoaband, Zellg two
.|auxhtern, Mi Kath*rln Pod
,n i m Kva Ktrand; iwo broi I
randi hlldren
llivei -1.1. Mi i
ALOO ZABBAN
f 119 M Miami
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE
\. i iii:kki;\ \ i \
\ itated ill i W.i re-
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It It VAN I.IN S, S
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t I... i- : i i The I' ..i ii ion -
81 S.W 1st l
Pi I .. a. In t I thai ..i he -th
a ..v \ IM] .i it Inj the lagal
t mi n unl> beta n 11:00
. pn h ... i nd ,l" in ihi aftei noon, a I
SI :. N v\ j|.|, Avenue. Mi.urn. Mur-
Ida. th>. nude -iiineil shall ..ff. r for
-. to the htaheal !i .liler f..r cash In
hand the ..r>..\- daacrlbad proper! aa
the property of Louia Deren, .' (The
I'r.ii Company), 66*1 s .\v
!-; 'out: Pi i auderdale
Dated n Miami, Mortda, the Ifith
i.i\ ol March i'"H
ACE-R.B VAN LINKS INC
3 17-W
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE D'SSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OT FLOR.QA
T> VI.I ti iVHnJI THKSI
SKNTS NJIAI.I '' MK iSK I
\\ hi ..-. IAX MIA.V
It*-: v.-ll PI.OKIDA ST v >N,
MIAMI KKAi'Ii I i- -
NAOI.K Ml AM
did ill tin.
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thi providii i ul l'
Statutes, MIAMI i:k \.l!
MKNT SKRVU'K, r-
w ti Ii it- :.i m Ipal |i --
MIAMI KKACH ItAltK >l'NT> n
the State nf Horld.i t. i .- ie the
ntiM khiildej ... '
..ti the '-'" i h da ir \.t'
1981, .i i-,. t be th.
the Mecretar; I .- i
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the undarelcnad. dealrlna to .-nmiK.'
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BRICK R 8CHER, MIAMI Pt.ORII>A
did "ti the 8th daj al June, A 11
cause t.. be Incorporated under the
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Statute.-. TKMi'ii. INC., a .r;i .r i..
with it> principal place
Miami. ti.MiK eorxTv. in the But*
of Hiiriil.i. and wheraai tha atoi
holder- -If mji'Ii ltd .n the
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sent of all the atoi'kholderu mder th-
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+Jenitfncrici&n
Friday. March 17
Eichmann Film To Open Here
Adolf Eichmann. portrayed by is the man charged with having
Werner Klemperer in Samuel Bis-' administered the Hitler murder
choff and David Diamond'.- "Oper- program which led Dr Raphael
ation Eichmann." opening on Lemkin to coin the word genocide
Wednesday at the Olympia. Ga- Defined as "extermination of a
bles. Beach and Shores Theatre.-, national or racial group as a plan-
Auxiliary Plans Being Coordinated
Plan.- for election and Installs- dent, is working with her commit-
tion of officers of the Women's Aux- ree and Mrs. Harold Turk. Auxil-
iary of Mt. Sinai Hospital in Mu> iary pr ,jjm chairman, tor the
now \h'1 Ifrs Edward Roth, vice prt-.-i- amebleau hotel.
CARIB MIAMI | MIRACLE
MAM "
Op**- 11:45
Opn 10:45 n Optn It 45
TODAY
CM .'W HOT actfiTrfS
The great American novel that
won the world's acclaim and the
Nobel Prize!
MAYFAIR SUNSET SURF
|(Mm a Mr*)
Open 6:45
Optn 6 45
MAW HACH
Opn 1.45
TODAY
4CADBAiy AWARDS
Acrrrvs WU "IWE MAPPVStHMT
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THE STARTLING STORY THE
TRIAL WILL NEVER REVEAL!
OPERATION
EICHMAM
MOST INCREDIBLE
MANHUNT OF
THE CENTURY...
TRACKDOWN THAT
RAGED ACROSS
HALF THE WORLD!
" JJERNEP KLtMPZRER MUD LEc DMAID BUM STEW GRAVERS
liNil.lWamiT.JlliJliWWFrtMf3SIUMO.fciIM!5rSK^
STARTS AT 4 FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
wed. OiYWIA BEACH
"a*22 GiffllfS and SHORES
ned move," the word was inspired
by the slaughter ot six million per
-..n- under the Nazi policy for "fi-
nal solution o the Jewish prob-
lem."
The Allied Artists relea>e re
create- the port-war. l5-yar man-
hunt for Eichmann b> Israeli
agents who capture.I him in Ar-
gentina in May. i960 and kidnapped
him to trial in I-rue!
Laments Play
Opens on Beach
l he Time ol th
ed Monda> evening al The Li'.tle
Miami
Beai h. f r a run of seven per:
rices
l> is
the -'
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can-Italiai i have
than the
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Klii
Mo mej Ge< rge Es.....nti
Anne
I: play is

Eisenstein to Enter Politics
Leo Eisenstein, Miami Bi
realtor and civic worker for some
26 years, will enter the political
arena for the first time uhen he
files a- a candidate for the Miami
Beach City Council seat left va-
cant by Metro Com- Ha-
rold B Spaet
BEjgq
TO
DAY
YIDDISH-AMERICAN
Stage Show
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NAPOLEON
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sr\s.'no\4i s/vc5/?
YIDDISH -* HEBREW
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Plus Other Acts
-----ON OUR SCRtSS___
Jennie Goldstein
in "TWO SISTERS"
with
Michel Rosenberg Betty Jacobs
''? 50c-Eve. $1.00
"Thank you, all my friends, tor th*
umy yam have received me and my
company in "I he 49th Cousin*
Mental Health
Film Featured
8:15 |
A
in Mian
Mrs IV i
: rds. M
Florida Federa-
tion ol Women's I ':>-. will act as
chairman Th,- pi i ram .- one ol
the series offered on the third
Tuesday of ejc-h month by the
.: Health Societj ol Greater
Miami, a United Fund Service, and
the Miami Public Libran
YOUR ATTENDANCE AT THE COCONUT GROVE
PLAYHOUSE WAS OVERWHELMING
AND YOUR RESPONSE HAS WARMED MY HEART.
DUE TO PREVIOUS COMMITMENTS THIS
IS MY FINAL WEEK. MAY I LEAVE YOU
WITH MY HEARTFELT GRATITUDE AND HOPE
TO SEE YOU SOON AGAIN.
Signed
TJlvtcLtha. SkuML
$
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IHE NITE CLUB SENSATION OF THE YEAR!
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rJewish Floridian
rTioiida. Friday, March 17, 1961
Section C
the "p:son-tc pet.-cn" plat Iwi
.dents abcut ll .::.-

odqes. Sh< al
meeting cm Clefl to tiqhi Louis Lieben
berq Max Friedman, Dr. Isaac Unien
:
.

R( senst<
Frank Gets Demo's Award
rd \ ':.
|r standing
Beach" for
I C1 lb of
v as pre*
la luiing itit' club'<
' .s !,.^i week
I
Chi awards i omnul
I m ft ilman Louis H
iHwerai.m ,,.. the presaCtfaiaBO.
tn nstalled presi-
Idem > u< k ..r.ci executive
1 rr.tr.t- Levy fur their third
II T I Dutch) Shu
lirr.r.i: toastmaster, with
I Richard I I,cr stein a> gUCSl Ol
borer
ring the
i na Burma India Theatre
tai r-d ,j 111 nl
' atlle
Councilman Frank has ben a
member of the Miami Beach
City Ceunol for ten years. He
native Miamian, having
raduateo uom Miami Beach
Hijh School in 1933 n6 the Uni-
rsity cl Miami Law School in
HN.
in- -i rved in
. attaining the i ank
Gables BB Lists
New Officers
I. nai B"rith, this
I3tti anniver-
following new
and members "t
Fra I.....i'*d Mum.ip.il
Court ludgi 1948 and reapp i I
-.{ in ISM I (or .i two \> .ii lei m Fol
lowing I *"o :< rms, he w > elected
to ihi i"::> Council, and has served
continuously since then.
Hi- many citations over a period
of >.:> include the Junior cham-
ber of Commerce Hood Govern-
ment Award, the i960 Award for
Mentonus Service lo Youth, and
Pn wdent's Council >' Miami
Beach CertificaU ol Appreciation
"for service to the entire commu-
mtv
rlistadrut Exec
Speaks to Miami
Campaign Heads
Isaiah Avrerh, international rep
esei tat \ c ol the cxe< utive board
! Hisladrul in l-i. i ir Ihe I nl-
I si.i-i and 'anada, \ isiti d Mi-
mi iv llj nneciion v ith
he unit* ; mei tin ol the cxecu-
ol he A! i.' I11
w |i in Miami, he was guesl
eting "i the exi cu-
rive board Hi adrul cam-
hotel.
An rapid devel
nee the
n 19 nd the major
pla>ed Hi tadrul i
ns ol lrai I dui ing this
part in < ation.
and the
. igrants
II liai
\ v., thai cutiv<
, mi i th< M-'l. ( 10 adopted a
.. th< < stab
h. H- it of a train-
ns r in Israel Mi \sian
|i ai i -
This Institute, which was
brought into being with the as-
sistance cf the American labor
movement, is considered one of
ihe most successful undertakings
c? the free labor world in assist-
ing newlyeme, jirg countries in
Africa and Asia to train their
communal leadership."
.....k< r congratulated Mosh
lie nan, dire* toi ol tho Histadrut
, ami aign in Miami, on hi* 60th
birthday and greeted Moshe Levin,
Al>*- Wernow, Irving M. Sachs, and
Abram Fox
ftvrech is a member of Israel -
ii legation lo the loth sesden ot
li,- I nited Nations General Assem-
bly, and ui 'h<- Supreme Council
for Culture and Art appointed by
Ihe Government of Israel.
He i- on the executive board ol
UNESCO in Israel
A dinner in ' at the home ol Mo-he Levin
Leaders of the forthcoming South Florida project of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew University, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Rifkin (left), and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick (right), join Dean
Bemc-.rd Casper, of the Hebiew University, at a reception for
the Society of Founders held in the Rosewood room oi the Fon-
tainebleau hotel last week.
Two 'Real Maurice Levins' Stand Up
And Give Twin Fortunes to Hebrew Univ.
ice Li in, ol M
Bi ui h and South Orangi N.J nd
her. Gi orge I.e\ in. of S
: li ang<. had announced a doi
,i physii > lea
thers in atti
en given .. join sur-
ci Le\ in,
a \' v Yoi k : i -.idi .' atti
..: n| S '!
Kern ai d Leo
; n sidi nt Sol Bo
g secretary El
: ding .....
- anlej Wasser,
ines; Sam Kratish,
> thur Paddor, mom
- rkin, guardian; and
a.ml, ii.
' lees are sul Fa Ik,
i i Stephen Lubow,
Dave Linn, Irving
Matlin, Sam Me)
Uillstone, Paul Ruttafleld.
Schreiber, be
' h Smyler and Sam
*"ol Fireman's Ball
Flreman'a Ball was
at Bayfront Park
Kiph!0r'"n "n s-'"""'lay night. "A I
Sultan's Palace." pro-'
'> lack and llarilya Nagle,
an Oriental re v ue
9 p m I>;.ncint; was |
\i ri than $1 n gifts (o '.
vers
|.
: bli au h<
terenci of the i i
ican Friends of I
versil e to cess
.
R m ol CU v< land inc
Tl i iffically
a n.dioi i i aise $1
sj ti mplcti '
.i in campus at Givat Rai
.i i isali m iburb The oi; i
Hcbn \ L'i i campus
;;, i \i: s, opus a CUl fr m Israeli territory during the
War ol Liberation in 1948 49.
Several new members of the
Society cf Founders, individuals
who have contributed S25.0OO or
more to Israel's first and largest
university, were initated at the
Sunday reception. An address
by Or. Bernard Casper, dean of
students of Hebrew University,
and the world premiere of a new
film n the institution, "The High-
est Commandment," highlighted
the meeting.
Endowment of a chair in child
psychology through a gifl of $150,-
0(io was announced by three part-
ners m the development ol Park
Forest, a Chicago -uhurb Nathan
Mam!' \. who lives in Miami Beach
and Park Forest, joined with Uni-
ted Nations Minister Philip M.
Klutznick and Sam Beber, both oi
Park Forest, to make the contribu-
tion.
Science Fair
At Academy
rhe Hebrew Academj hel I its
second annual Junior High School
Scienci Fair in the anm x v
v! Miami Beach
Moi e thai 85 projects < n on
djS| laj :. e coi rid r for students
(.f the i lementary and junior high
departrm nl
The projects, ranging from the
studj ol hereditj and g< netics lo
fluid dynamics ol the \ ariabh ol
slate, wi displaj l
emy parents and to 'h<- public.
Seven selected projects ol the
Academy's Fair will be eligible to
enter the Southern Region Science
Fair on Mar 23 to 23 at Dinner Key
Auditorium.
Judges are l>i Donald K iss.
Mrs. Milton M.mnheimer .\:\(\ Dr
Maurice L Laszlo Faculty ad-
visors are Joseph Ackner, chair-
man of the Aca lemy's Science de-
partment, and Donald Swartt,
sistanl principal ol the English
department.
Levn, who had just checked
into Ihe Fcr.tainebleau, calmly
followed his namesake's 5350,000
announcement with word that he
was contributing $250,000 towards
the dental school campaign of
Hebrew University.
li iiial announcement ol the den
lal gift actually had been made
nonth ai .1 New York dinni r
in Levin's honor one foundei -
plaque, on hand to be given to the
Maurice Levin of Miami Beach,
was presented lo ihe two, both of
whom stood up when Ratner asked
for the real Maurice Levin."
Dr. Casper told the assembly of
national leaders spectacular
strides already have been achieved
in preparing the Nege\ tor the set-
tlement ol 1.000.000 persons in the
next deead His report followed
by less than 24 hours a statement
in Israeli Minister of Education
Abba F.ban lure that the govern-
m. m ot Israel regards the settle-
ment oi the dessert region ol sou-
thern Israel .is its primai) pro-
ject oi the momenl
"Experiments in fact already
have begun in connection with find-
ing water, mineral resources irri-
1 gation lac ilities and other new s-
-,.-\ opportunities lor settlemenl ol
tl million expected in the In
10 .. ..1 ahi ad," Dr Casper
"Perhaps 'he most notable ol all
, : s in this dire< lion is ';"' ro
manti: und rtakini ol one ol our
- Dr Michael Even-Ari
1 man ol 1 ur biology deparl
1 he,- \> ith a team ol
his colleagues and n > arch work-
ers, Dr ii Vri lias been un-
earthing 1 h 1 ireful and pain-
taking research the methods by
which agriculture was successfully
iced in the Nege> arei
1,600 year- ago by the Nabatteans.

' ,
"f Lei Rhode's or
rf eH PSon ,e"n^ bl Moyo, ol Miami feoch D. Lee
a^eTd do^oTes"i. isioel ,o, An,eco S,uden,s ,he,e.
Beth Torah Congregation will
hold a Passover Seder on Friday,
Mar :u. 7 80 p m conducted by
Kabhi Max v Lipschitz. spiritual
leader ol the congregation, and
ICantoi Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum.
Einstein Grads
At Jax Hospital
Norman L. Gottlieb and Jack L.
Katz. class ui i960 graduates of
the Albert Einstein College ol Medi-
cine oi Yeshiva University, are in-
1 ning at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital.
The two New Yorkers are among
the '.to medical students who re-
ceived 'hen medical degrees al the
second commencement ol Ameri-
ca's firs! Jewish-sponsored medi-
cal school.
Dr Katz, Ol Queens. >, y., is a
graduate ol Columbia Dr Gott-
lieb, of Brooklyn, earned his under-
graduate degree at Brandeis l ni
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9-Jtnist fkridHsr
F:-"'-; Match 17 i<*
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
[2aMjJ^w
Aix-Fab-V*l
Three products of the Colgate-
Palmolive Company will be oi
fieat help to cleanse >our house
-l "cbometl" tor tho joyous holi-
day ol Passover. Do not forget to
put these three products on your
shopping list These three are
Kosher for Passover, under strict
jabbinical supervision
New Ajax. with more total clean-
ing power, gives you a smoother,
f.ner texture and an instant chlo-
rine bleach. It makes your sinks
^parkling clean. You don't need
any extra bleach, as new Ajax has
this bleach built in. Ajax cleans
rr:uch faster and more completely,
Itaves no gritty film behind. And
it disinfects as it cleans.
Fab with Duratex for your laun-
dry washes cleaner, whiter, bright-
er and does not leave any ordor.
Your Passover tablecloths, the nap-
kins and the kittel, will sparkle
with purity and bring out the holi-
day beauty at you Seder. Also your
laundry will be bright and white
]t washes clothes clean clear
through.
Vel Powder with super grease
1 tter ;? pertect for all your di;hes.
your plates and bowls, and your
f. .-'.'.are and silverware will
et en without wiping, and is
your hands.
three productsAjax.
am 1 fdert >r a cltan
. cl metz-fre* Passe r
Diamond Crystal
'..- th three 1
- in -v.i United States have
put fullest confidence in the
famous Diamond Crystal Kosher
Salt for purity and quality, for
their food and for cooking
Good cooking is a must for all
meals, particularly for the festive
cnt-. and ingredients are of great
importance. The foremost is Dia
mond Crystal Kosher Salt
Countless housewives have had
he opportunity to discover in prac-
ice that the best salt they can use
for koshering their meats and fowl.
.- well as tor the preparation of
.ii.Vs. is Diamond Crystal Salt
It bat been the favorite m homes
for it.* purity, high quality, and
iniliiy to bring out the best flavor
and taste in a dish
Neither too thick nor too thin, it
is just right for sprinkling and for
washing off in koshering your
meat.-. It goes without saying that
it is Kosher lor Passover, as well
as year-round, and is prepared un-
der t h e strict supervision of an
Orthodox rabbi.
For table use. get Diamond Crys-
tal Weathtr-pruf Salt, the best all-
around salt you can use for flavor-
ing your dishes. It pours evenly
and freely even in moist weather
so that there is no danger of over-
saving.
Duffy-Mott
A thing cl great importance to
every Jewish housewife before a
holiday :s the Kosher certification
: ; rorti-r- she will get for her
and for her holiday table.
products of the famou.- Duffy-
Mott Company, which are popular
Kosher in Jewish homes
throughout the year, are certified
1 r for Passover
Housewives will welcome the
and ava.l thems< .< of :hi
y to shop for

:' a pure, na-
-. and
is < wonderful betore d:nner ap-
er
Sunsweet Prune Juice is rich,
natural prure juice, do sugar add-
t -< perfed breakfast juice for
health and vigor, as an aid to na-
tural regularity
Other products of Duffy Mott
are Mott'; Apple-Cranberry Sauce.
combination of th
fines- apples and
rod. I :,k"' .
luscii 8i tartness And here s
something new try Motts Apple
p .. 1 made with the
usual elii
rich, juicj raspto
Mot- ,; Sauc< and Sunsw 11
0 iced Pi 1111 :'' ''''
and : :j1 ,or
or with desserts
[her pruuuvts ei Duffy-Mi II
aro Clapi Bal s OT A-
pit- sauce. Prunes. Apricots and
Apr'.', as well as Apple, Orange-
April and Prune Orange Apple
Juices. Thej a all Kosher 1 a
1 wonderful for baby
So enjoj Passover and keep on
enjoying the>e famous Duffy-Motl
products a? you have throughout
the year
be i yoi hav< | entj of Instant
just as good and
as regular Max-
,, instam Maxwell House Is
rei : ith characteristic
,tv or.

Tetley Tea
]- bor.ci oi Passover you will
. any visits of re-
Is who will come
:. .. 1 easanl hours with
you. ll -aying that
j t, receive them in a
es boh you and
then ; <-
I -. thing al will give every-
one pleasure a glass or cup of
i, T<.. Tetley Tea has been
a fa\c: t homes for man> years.
It is thi festive tea which you can
enjoj all \earround Toatley Tea ',
has full-bodied lla\or and fine
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any ether til .
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roT r^ ii rJ
over holiday, I
Tea to be abh i serve -. .;rEB,J
and family. You >an gel Teti 1
tea bag or package form \Aj
ever forr ,he f
fullbcdied flavoi so charaetei
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thrifty. For oalj ,. ^
you have a hear-. deli< ioui btw
rape for the .:, family fl
only a few peaniei you can adii
restive finale to your h< Iiday2|
Get Tetley and drink the rioestl
you have \ r ba<
Maxwell House Coe
Maxwell House. Regular ana In-
stant Maxwell Coffee are good and
kosher to the la>t drop.
At Passover and at any other
time. Maxwell House Coffee is the
finest coffee you can serve family
and guests. No wonder it is the
favorite coffee in homes. Its
aroma, its full-bodied flavor, its
delightful taste are unmistakable
and unmatched Whether you
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milk or cream its flavor always
comes through
Make sure you stock up on Max
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over holiday. Maxwell House is
Kosher am Parv< for Passover.
and is produced under strict ral
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for a > i.. around Vfter the
sumptuous Pass ver Seder j u
wanl to ; ul the propel :;ni>h
- to it i cuj
: ......- Max H
:
Maxwi
koshe
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that Id fashi i i d Mai h
nothing goes better than
Maxwell H< is< ith milk or en
When gue?ts drop in. thej will wel
come a steaming hot cup of Max-
well House. In short, you will en-
joy your Pas-over mu.'h more
when you drink and serve Maxwell
House at all times
And for that quick cup of collet.
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Friday
, March 17. 19 51
^J^n jsf flari/jlfor
?~,
urman of the CIA Mercant
s ot the division s re
5 tta Roppaport
IjWY Urges WWI Vets Get Dividend
By Sp': i R'^o"
... inctoN -The I wish Wsr
i \ this week
. ., Kenned) to re-
's for World
h :-- in the form
edial lividend
irmslly kept
I fa policy and
. 'tei......i >-." dividend
I the policy hoi ler
it( t to Pr -sld mi Kennedy
|bv nati director of
JW\ J i ph Barr. JWV urged
lymenl ol
i the insured,
il .i specisl
ol ld '
ge
Some 15 percent 3* these poli-
: el Ear r peinttd 3-* 'are *n-
I'-tr form 0' 'er~i insurance.
i" the cost i> ss great that
r-'iny 0' 'he'.e rf- irre'eh their
rt beyond ,l,e b'ea* ng point
leel the cc> A *oec;al divi-
- these men
'-" -'-- ate
Barr cite i as pi cede
such Is in the V i vern-
menl I :. Insurai P 1 n in t
two under the Nation Sen c
Life Insurance Progra n
Barr commended Pr leu Ken-
ned* for hi- ital
AJCongress OK's
Dr. Prinz Views
By Special Report
-. V al G '
ing 1 the .A
. 1 k said it
nghi of Dr
. 5 views
fi 'in the irm : \ K ongress,
.1- its pr : [or the irpose ol
prompting 1 discussion "t a
vital issue in Jewish
in .1 resolution, the organiza-
tion's policy-making body noted
that ui ii his addi -- to the or-
;anizatior Governing Council in
Philadelphia last month un the
status an t futi 1 il Zionist 01
zations Dr Prinz ha I sai I he was
pu ling 1 irward onlj his owi
not those [the
V.ll
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mei I mil the.
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iffirmed the d
sti thai
Israel rviv; growth are
1 ol Jew ish
here for w horn
Israel affords ai ustori ipportu-
ng of the
., I ins< iousness
t of the Jew
; the moral and
- it mankind
"The American Jewish
will a->i>: the people ol Israel '<
develop in freedom, security and
peace, and will promote mutual un-
derstanding and cooperation be-
tween America and Israel and be-
tween the Jewish communities of
both lands." the resolution quoted
the constitution ot AJCongress as
declaring
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Friday. March 17. \%%\
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Congress May Study Foreign Nationals in Nazi Party
Washington
PARTICIPATION OF ARA3 stu lentS, foreign na-
tionals, in George Lincoln Rockwell's "Amer-
can Nazi Party" activi ies and other anti-Semitism
ia- attracted attention of Congressmen.
Pacts arc being gathered tor possible Congres
sional action later this ssi
The issue is whether the estimated 5.000 Arab
students, attending hundreds ol American colleges
and universities, are entitled to enter domestic is
politics as anti-Jewish agitators while guests ot Amer-
Man) of the students are subsidized by the U.S.
Sovernraent jmi various I lations established to
promote international goodwi
If American taxpayers are Indirectly fi
\r.. i -hi lents whose mam "stu : i- new approaches
:x anti-Jewish essmen wani to
Icm it.
A considerable propor f the A si nts.
:roi; naticn> other tl \" <'' Republic.
gitimate : i ur ; peo Ivance their
. >n !' it ne i \: ept >ln
are moi < than 40 j an I ar( ne* :
i assrooi -
Feder: 1 law requires.....sons i
paid propaganda here for ot er nal ster as
agents. Yet I enfoi .v.I with
Arab "students." Concern has been
\ .! lest "free speech" be curtailed.
Arabs here on temporal") student visas recently
circulated notices urgin Ara >s to -join the
American Nazi Party in its efforts to stamp out an
.r.-; lious group" (American Jewry) The Arabs were
trted to picket the pro-Israel film. "Exodus."
Washington officials minimized the role Arabs might
,- taking in anti-Jewish agitati >:.. -asm.: it mattered
little if a few Arabs work''i with Rockwell. When
advised that Arabs from the t'AR were following B
pro Communist line, the officials displayed much
greater interest
Despite Arab student activity in questionable
political agitation. pro-Naz pro-Communist, the
number of Arab- is stead:;., growing on the Amer-
ica:, campus
In Baghdad. Iraq, the State Department signed a
cultural agreement providing for entry of many
Iraqi students in Americi The State De-
partment saw it a- an opportunity to win the Arab-'
friendship tor America. But many of the Arab stu-
dents, dispatched by a neutralist-' government, were
convinced Communists coming to spread totalitarian
propaganda here
Ambassador John D. Jernegan, who signed the
new student accord for the States said that
wit]
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Nasser is a Meddler
Jerusalem
THE WARNING ., Col.
Nasser by Washington not to inter-
e act i> ni the civil' ngo
by ] n Is
.;h the F
.I an) commenl Cairo thus
i) be< >me a link ol Is-
import elds
- the ties h th the L'nit Stati s and tin
A:r: .
N user's mi dd tfi
Isra It is only i '. is now becom
ar that i nt of Moscow on the

5. and
that V sser I
I '
- ml)
i
S'assei
Vest in N
fi
ilorocco the grov
. hand with the loroccai
ties; it of 1
on oi M lews ca to Cas;
j Col Nasser and e isly with the ai
v.,1 o: Si Viet jet for the Moroccan Air Force. At
ither end thi nti-Wc stern rej
i. er Italian Somaliland which does not w ish to h..
any reli with Israel i- the result of victory ot Nas-
alities
During the last year Na I i Increased bis ii
ence in West Africa particularly m Ghana. Guinea and
a, two things happened simultaneously: the
a titude ol these countries became more pro-Soviet and. at
the same time, they joined countries in sigl
e anti-Israel clauses I th sablanca Resolution The
latest development, Of course, is Ul the Congo Here Cairo
>r!> became the chief sponsor of the late Prime Min-
ister Patrice Lumumba, but is bow the direct supplier of
arms and money to the Communist-trained opposition re-
gime of Antoine Gizenga. One need hardly speculate what
the source of these arms and mone) is: the Czech, Sovi
and even Bulgarian markings are clearly visible on some
i the weapons and ammunition captured from the Gizenga
jjrees.
"today, more than 1.000 Iraqis are studying
Cniieu'Staies and we welcome them S
cantly, the agreement was signed for Iraq not
educator or university president: it was
Brioadier General in the Iraqi Arm) a force a
equipped with Soviet weapons.
state Department sources acknowl
some of the students from Arab lands leaned I
munism and sought to propagandize \"
Negroes. These sources also admitti \
stucenta in man) ins ances worked activelj
an American campus to turn African exchange stu-
dents, from new nations, against America
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
Henrietta Szold's
Dedicated Life
THE SZOLDS OF LOMBARD STREET: A Balti-
more Family. By Alexandra Lee Levin. 418 pp.
Ptvladclphia: The Jewish Publication Society
of America, 222 N. Fifteeneth st. S5.00.
PHIS GENTLE book, appearing durinj
' nial celebration i I Henri -fa Szold's birth
in Hungary in 1329 v.hen Hem: tta
min, was born It tak the Szold* I
where Benjamin became the rabbi ol the Oh
lom congre [atioi 59 Th 're, in Ball
ges turn quietly over the first fifty yearn
rietta's life. As the book ends, she has not
Palestine, she has not yet es ablished Hadas
nor has she ever, heard oi Youth Aliyah.
The book ends, in fact, at a time wnen Henrietta
Szold's lift had reached what sh<
int. Her devotion to her father had beer extra-
ordinary, and his death had left her con
pondent and nearly directionless In her mi I
forties she suddenly, and to her terrible (
tii.n, fell passionately in love with a >
who bor> a striking resemblance to her fai
long years ot teaching, of developing the Jewish !
l'cation Society, of writing, of being her I
hand seemed sadly empty She had had no I
love before; inevitably, it was now t.. late His
{agement to a younger girl swept Hennet a
a deep d ipression: "Today it it tour weeks since m)
only real happiness in life \va- killed by a -
work." she WTOU 'Since ther. I have hardly b
conscious of living. There has been -
nights and days, and days and nights
If it seems strange to review a boon troni its <
it Is that n i- our knowledge of the ei rent
thirty-fo i years of Hem iet i Szold's life,
makes the beginning so fascinating The b -
course, is more than simply H<.....is
with her mother, the staunch Sophii
tc ur sisters, the family in 1 nd surroui
by i si enes ol Ba ttmon
19th centur) Marly the
\- In most biographies. it is i
hievemenl which gives y to I
'.i nts; so here And, as in
i impassii I -; of) vers
which give >
where time's slow attrition of a i
ik> its sadm
the fe ol Hi nriett
i rui kl f fami irres
refli ctive q
I long mu<
Between You and Ate:
BORIS SMOLAR
One offi d said "we rely on the free
l- T. is* t the tradition'of'our .
societ) another privately conceded th i
oint in our financing the import of u
pr | agents dispatched to sow dissent i
Last summer, Mostafa Kamel. UAH Ambassj
! q the I ite I States, told the ninth annual
vet) Arab Stu.lent-, convened in Wash
that it was their "duty" to work against Jews
Israel Kamel charged that ""a great part
public media ol communications is controlled bj
Zionist i He said "the Jewish min<
was bl powerful, rich, influential, fana i
all) "ted and permanently again-; am an
dei between Arabs ami Amen.
The Stati Department, following public p
y re\ II Ambassador foi inti
i :. an affi
Subai thi i ailed Arab li I
opagai
: I II
f Truth Instru
' il
[ Arab si
.-.'., utisl
ifro-Asii si
i i most rei
from Nasser ; i
rialism" and
- '. en.. with the "imp
ern Eui
VVhei Ul Afric n S L'nioi
\ \ rab stui 11
I \\: atc pai ght io cultivate
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
No Jewish Faces Seen
kjo jewisk faces ir. Israel! I
** w II 5 be sa) ing n< iet
Most of us ordinarily ass
is a Jewi >h type ol
, '...i.- we expect to find it i- i Israi
it l awretH e Fellows, the New V
- correspondent in Jeru-
ory published this week, te
v i ican Jew \ isiting in i-i a< w I
that he did not see i Jewish race in Israel unt
after his arrival when hi oked into the n
ive.
im< ntii thi w dc si iet) of typt the Ki
V'i rk Times coi nt wr tes \ boi kselle
1 is from Bi i lin He has angular Feat ires H
i east In the r
s Faust \.
irist, th' blond flowi i
from Belgi :. the p
ai whose
112 '
Some yi back, the gist, Dr
- li.
:. i scu
ents
tutorial
He til also the* mass coi
.Nws ai e a i
stu
'
\orth Africai
it Di
ass convei tioi -
numb
ih< isai .
Has Israel Rejected Kennedy Envoy Appointees?
5^-^n
lf*HY DOES THE St
* not name any i
Israi! ti mccee I
e I to the i" S folowin
v\ ashington Admini itratioi
asked with
terest by Jewish leaders
Am rican-Israel relatioi It is noti
that President Kenned) has prai
? "'"' ''"'" to most
the countries where a chai .
sentation took place alter Bis :rtl ',m.
White House
At the same time, it .- also P. [s i0i
of hesitancy on the part of Presi ...
ton., new Ambassador to Isra Si D
sources are indicating that the Bnswei to thi del
pointings succeasorto Ami,, "J
or in Jerusalem, not in Washtnston B)
that several names of candidates for the l s An
ship to Israel have been suggested b) the State E
to the Israel Government. Ob\ iously th. -
not acceptable to Israel.
' '- no secret that Israel would prefer i
"" :' reer diplomat as f s Ambassador, i al
rewarded by Washington with thi
Amb political services Th:- view i- hi
-1 '' ;n' st Ambassador Reid, who was a R<
Pmcal ti ained the sincere love of all
in Israel, and has himself fallen in love with Israi x '
did \ ', issador Heid former editor ai
of the New York Herald Tribune make it his
to learn Hebrew in Israel, but he sent nil
re rular Hebrew schools there. Today, the i n
- Hebrew despite the short ; i
Reid s, i ,,, Israel,
,f '' i b Administration would only be
' r' im to the Israel post, there would be
oi Israel accepting him with open arms
ince such reappoj unlikely -
Republican isra. 1 ems to prefei
|*w dip] ing eei in that a car
' tfa of o the Hlddl
i, artmenl wh trong pro '
l prevail.


Friday. March 17. 1961
Mentfti ftcridian
Page
'Bei Mir Bistu Schoen' Comes Home to Roost
Composer Sholom Sccunda. who Secunda has his song back new. melody in JM, and copyrighted
recent!) r.iaptured the rights to after waiting out a 28-year copy, it year Uter. He >ays he w.it.
., r BUtU Schoen." after righ: penod that meant an r>t>- ^ fhe y,.ri phue^phic.lly
piling them for $15 in 1937 and mated $350,000 loss in royalties to bot lh.t he is very happy now
oi.hinn the ong gross $3. him that the copyright hat been re-
iirr,\iil in Miami for a ten- turned. It will mean an etti-
,i the Eden Roc hotel. | Second., U. wrote the Yiddish mated $5,000 annually in royal-
ties through sheet music, records
and performances.
Throughout the years, the com-
poser has dedicated himself to
more serious works, creating and
conducting several fa.st selling al-
bums of liturgical music for Co-
lumbia Records with Richard Tuc-
ker, of the Metropolitan Opera
Hoii!-e
Recognized as one of the lead-
ing authorities in Jewish DlUlic in
America today, he gives frequent
lectures, as well a> serving as n-
sic critic for the Jewish Daily F
ward. He is also the music tor tor the Concord hotel in he
;i-kill Mountains.
All told. 'Bei Mir Bist Du
Schoen" has sold 250,000 copie >
sheet music and 2.500.000 recor -
THE
IG IVIEAI
I m i \ soon-time, da) after day, 40,000 Jew-
isli i .i'(!i ii in Asian ami African lands sit
" Ai t.> ,( s,)lid meal, courtesy of >> the
trilmtor to the United Jewish Appeal.
for breakfast, in the howls they rail
home (Jit} |IUI seraps. or nothing. For
upper the>*ll have lo serounge ami see.
Lunch |H their one big owlhiHf| meal.
H"\\ big? Throtlgh the Joint Distribution
1 mittcc, a I JA member agency, tons of
'" huge quantities of eggs, bread and rice
;i" i ma u|, (|. H,,t the meaning of a full plate
lo ,t desperatel) hungr) child cannot be
urcd. //'a as l>i:J. as life itself.
Meanwhile, for other tons of thousands of
young people around the glol>e, hope for the
future also tests with I JA. Yes, almost two
hundred thousand children and teenagers
(o.int on I'JA-supported programs for food,
.shelter, clothing, care ami education.
For these youngsters, your gift lo I J\
buys hope *here there in lumper, bright-
ness \%here there is despair, health where
there is sickness, a future where there is
nothing.
What greater things can your dollars buj .J
Give a generous increased gift, then, to the
196J United Jewish Appeal. Give Unlay.
Save and Build Lives-Strengthen the Settlement*
United Jewish Appeal
1961 National Goal... $72,740,000
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL '317 Bisc.yne Blvd. Miami
I N
GREATER Ml AM I
UJ A
IS SUPPORTED
BY THE
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Fsarim S'udah for some 150 pupils of the Temple reliaious
srhool. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Sidney Hahn,
Joseph Sherbill and Ralph Mervis. Recr ere Mrs. Hyman Rot-
TerJjera and Harriet Geller.
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
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Fwr Ck
1
3
1
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2
cur r-:-<-c. cooked prune.
Cg-
cup sugar
cup vegetal:. oil
cur- s.fur. c..k( fi, ir
BB Program Names Woman
By Special Report
nASHINGTON Appointment of
l.y Erielman. of Baltimore, as na-
lirecl >t 3'nai B'rith's
. nit wish i ducation pro-ram.
v announced thi- week by Mail-
i i'.isgyer executive vice presi-
i : of the organizat-on
Edeiman. who jorneii the
I B'r : .-taff as an editor and
si in adult Jewish studies.
i ceen acting director of the
i B'rith program for the past
even months
- formerly executive sec-
i f the national academy for
studies "i the Imted
. g gue of America and previ-
edu ational director of the
i .-: and West Assn., an interne-
i n .. i educational organization
and headed by author
Pearl S Buck She also -erved as
ttr and e; ltor in the State De-
1 s cverseas information
I
I r h established its adult
-i education proeram in 1954
' interest .r. Jewish is-
sts the a--istance of
rk of rabbis -( holars
educators in conducting its in-
' "' nd in th preparat.on of
MSS. llir EDHMAN
-he received a Master's degree in
^h Literature from Columbia
University and a professional di-
ploma in adult education adminis-
trat.on lrcm Teachers College. Co-
lumbia.
. Iman is the wife of Prof
Nathar. Fit Iman. chairman of the
roma e department of
.'( hns tins University, and the
r of a 13 year-old daughter.
is thi ... thor oi
::r.d 'The
the Big Wii d
Rebekahs Entertain Guest
Mrs. Lucille Bodger. cistnc;
i sident, was gu< si at
(I Sunshine Rebekah
No. 9 on Tuesday :n Work-
r< .i Auditorium, 25 Wash-
inpl -
Jewish culinary tradition has al
ways had a wise and proper appn
Ciation oi the rich flavor and vcr
satility of the prune How sad th..!
among many cooks there is a ten-
dency to degrade it to the position
of the lowliest of breakfa-t dishes,
instead of elevating it to the plac
in party fare ;t so richly dc-crv<-
A quick glance .." our own cut
shows a recognition oi how subtlj
prunes enhance tin flavor Oi beef
and potatoes in tzimmas, add ex-
| otic flavor to a -imple dish oi
noodle-, or mark a perfect finish
i to -the holiday feast a- part of >
compote.
Today let us consider a few rec-
ipes which exemplify how prune-
are valued as party tare among
oth than our e\ < ry-dav breakfast food
is the dish the sophisticated
cures ot western Europe create bj
fir-t soaking half-pound oi the
largest prune.- overnight in tl
fourths cup oi winesweel Kosher
Concord win* .- an excellent
choice. Next morning hall cup
sugar and half-cup waU ran added
and the blend is simmered in a
covered saucepan for 30 minutes
then chilled. Easy, isn't it? But
with lady finger.- or cake
it is a gourmet ending to a Fleislug
meal. After a Milchig meal it
may be varied by being topped
with whipped or sov.r cream This
amount will >erv< 4-5.
From the Near East come- ..
version of beef and prunes which
is a cousin to our own tzimmas
Since it can also be kept warm tor
! some time without impairing the
taste or texture, this is a fine dish
for a 'buffet or informal gue>; din
ner.
Last a i have 3 cake in the
American Tadr.ion. For parties
this version of Prune Cake i- par
ticulai i with a rum-flavoring
When bak< d as .* singli
layer, it ma> also be i .<'t n hi I ..
a pudding. .\.t;: n am or
a custard sauo
Near East Beef With Prunes
pru:'
(Spoons ii.: table oil
,. ions, finely diced
t..-; It
, -;. ons honey
-. jnd nutnn g
n .round cinnamon
, 111 on juice

l^..tcasr>Xw ra^tiu powder
l u. soda
1 tear-rcm ground cinnamcD
1 teasprcT) ground nutmeg
'-. teaspoon ground al!-pice
>4 tcasr.M
-i cur mh r milk
1 lca.-r>
,: -ti ak. cu
i
nes overnight in the
M-atei Heat the oil in a >aucepan.
ano : thi -: mi '"
., ... | cup i : thi water in
Meast he prunes >r iw
are pitted, ; -1 j ln .J
cup. Cu1 .rt. .cry small piece
Beat tht egg]
into 2- aiiy beat i the oil
Sift the fl ur, ]
i i ces, ai
to the batter ;.'.'< mativi ,
sour milk 5t r in thi ilia a:
prune- 6rei
'.-. axi d pajK r t ,'-.ir or.
which the prunes were soaked, the P "tW( B*,'s wlUjd
. pan- r. UI IB th bati
and lemon juice. Cover the J ( ,. .
i timmer until the ,-,,_ .w. .. ... ,,. ,.j
until
about
Ac.d the d nd
honi simmt r about 25 min-
ed, until both prunes
and me; are soft Th< n should
avy left to
ten the meat runes
with : This mak< thre<
or fou; m< lium small pi rtu ns
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+Jenist fhrM/ar>
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U. S. Zionist Merger Urged
I, ied the recent I
- Citizens Awai
V', 3 13:em LoJae o! 3'nai B
Savinqs and Loan "
to riqhl (front are
n Rabbi B. Lecn Huxv tz
remple Zame:,., F. Hur-
j| Sholem Lodqe: foseph
Dcide Federal; Mis |
"j I N. McArthur, winners of the
rrd Klein, pn
am i ro X f>-^.;J D.....~ .-:--
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I Michael Gold, committee member.
Farria Bryant addressed the breakfast
.on.
lHarvi] ipCantor, and Jerome W. Halpern, division
:>:hai:-er. Standing 'left) is Leo A. Chaikm. division chair
Pdlestine Economic Corporation
{Directors Announce Dividend
Pearlstein is Speaker
A..I
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unchi Bead
B'nai B'nih Lo la noon
.it thi Ritz Plaza h rson S
Miller i "urn
Marked Increases
For Metropolitan
Substanti: l ir 'eases in
total resources and earnings luring
[960 were rep irte! here > Metro.
politian Bank : Vii mi; in ai
iial report released *-u stockholders
Metropol tan ended up ia60 with
total resources i 130,015,064 >s
compared to SL'8.996.553. at tin- end
of 1950. Deposits rose to $26,348.
143 as anam>t S'-'VM* 14 .it the end
.if lbss Net operating inccome .i^
of Dec 31. 196u was $463,000 as
compared to $406,000 t the end of
1969
Citing a >ub>tantial li.crea>e in
.-asm^s and checking accounts.
Hughes reported, "at the end of
December. 1960. for instance, we
had 11.054 savings and checking
accounts representing total dollar
balances ol slhuw.ooo >> com-
pared uith 9,200 accounts totaling
S25.548.000 at the previous ye*T-
end
By Special Report
\::-\ -. irkThe merg
Zionist
. i r
;t "Mrr-V 'id-
solution led a
ird ng of !
forl

all-da} session urge rasl
raanizai
Speaking on the Unity Res; _
'on La;ue pres'dc-t Samuel
H. Da -. ; cf Fhi'acc phia oi-
c jus* a slogan 'o the League. It
is 1 e essential eiement resstti
by ciacpora Jewry io ur.re be-
hird Zic-.ism and \irat as a
whclt.' Daroff asserted thai
"as s. *n as ether diaspora gro'.ss
ti.d their affiliations with politi-
cal parties in Israel, unity will
be not only possible, but feasible
and extremely probable.
In ,i : ; I /.
ss. Ezra Z. Sh :

Zi ;:;* Gen r >.
treat entl
. feste in the
Lea^
:>! mi vement in the diasp
muoities "
Shapir > als i took n
great imp irtani e ed to
Aliyal ind J< wish .....
he diaspora a: the Congress I
the board unanimousl) ipj r
his r< > immen !ations to ei
size :. projects
war lives
\ i
gre-s, .1.; Ige Lo us E i e>
a in.'-".! er if the praesidum
.1 Zi ii-.,-' Genei :. i
urged thai ihe League express its
- ingest possible sup if
the reorganization program .
ed ; Dr N'ahum Gnldmann,
h is to be considered i
Zionist G ral ;
in A]
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A resolution was proposes ~i
passed unanimous v in which "*
League strong -. _-:ed the Z :
is General Col^c; *o accen- C
G:lcrjr"'s p't^'am wit":.'
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100 participation in the >^ n 11
i-ate thai icquired the Kei Sea
Mediterranean 16-inch oil pipeline
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>ear> amounted to gt\SO6.000. Over
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JWv Auxiliary in flection
Ladies Auxiliary. Jewish War
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* Jewish fhrkJiar
Friday, March V
1961
Writer Defends View of William Howard Taft
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
In my demurrer to the Repub-
lican arguments advanced by
Mortimer- May. whom I esteem. I
Stated that a Democratic Congress
in 1911 passed the resolution to
sivogate the treaty with Czarist
Russia, despite the opposition of
President Taft. A local Republi
car. bigwig rushed to The Jewish
Floridian with a long letter chal-
lei 4ing the truth of my statement.
It is not my intention to go into
controversies with every scribbler.
Pi t in our rapidly-growing com-
nity many people do not know
who is who. If they read some-
thing in the press, they assume it
mist be true. It is only to estab-
lish a historic fact that I write on
tl is theme.
In 1832, the U.S.A. and the Cxar
of Russia negotiated a treaty of
commerce, which provided that
"the inhabitants of their respec-
tive states shall mutually have
liberty to enter the ports, places
ard rivers of the territory of each
prty shall be at liberty to
sojourn and reside in all parts
whatsoever of said territories."
For about three decades, little
.v. -pened to disturb the relation*
between the two governments.
There were very few Russian
.' vs entering or living in the
I" S.A. After 1865. incidents be-
n to multiply, and by 1880 the
S rotary of Slate. James G.
ine. dispatched a masterly
r test against the discrimina-
tions practiced against American
vs by the Russian government
For 40 years, each admini-tra
n tried to induce the Czar to
;< mil American Jews to visit
Rl ssia. But they failed. And no
ider since some of the ambas
Ion themselves had imbibed
venom of the Black Hundreds.
Jt vs in the U.S.A. were becom-
- restive. By 1910. the popula
tk>n of American Jews born in
H. ssia and their descendants ex
i"ded a million souls. But the
Tc:t administration was dragging
it! teet. On Jan 19. 1911. Louis
Marshall, the most effective Jew
iah leader ever to arise in the
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two-fart senes in The Jewish
Floridian by Mortimer May call-
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fication ict'tfi the Rtr-nbdciin
Par:\. Leon Ell. longtime Re-
publican leader here responded
to Mr. Simonhoffs letter on
Feb. 24. in which he "set the
record ttraight." This is Simon-
hoffs reply to Mr. Ell. challeng-
ing the record-straightening.
U.S.A. delivered a powerful ad-
dress before the convention of the
I".lion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. He called for the
complete abrogation of every ex-
isting treaty between the L'.S. and
Russia. A copy of this speech
was sent to President Taft.
More and more Americans were
becoming aroused over the con-
temptuous attitude of Russia to-
wards her treaty obligations.
Speeches in and out of Congress
called for action. On receiving
the Marshall address and the res-
olution of the convention, Taft de-
cided it was time to halt the- anti-
Russian tide.
On Feb 15. 1911. he invited
some outstanding Jewish leaders
to the White House. In a book.
Louis Marshall. Champion ot
Liberty" (Vol. 1 pages 78-871. the
great leader gives a full account
of the luncheon and the discus-
sions that followed. The President
read his prepared statement on
the passport question. Some of the
e\cerpts are:
"What I wish to invite your at-
tention to is that this relation be-
tween the United States and Rus-
sia is ... of fifty years standing.
It is a relation under which prop-
erty rights have been acquired,
investments have been made .
The business with Russia amounts
... to about $100,000,000 ... If
this treaty were renounced they
would be completely subject to "
the control of Russian tribunals.!
influenced as they are largely by'
executive policy ... if we de-
nounce the treaty ... we shall im- j
peril a good many interests which i
it is our duty to preserve .
How much would this affect the
Russian Jews wouldn't we;
be imperiling those people .'
by ranging ourselves in hostility
to Russia.*'
In the discussion that followed
Marshall stated: "We did not be-
lieve that the American people-
would permit private business in-
terests to count as against the
principle that all American citi-
zens were equal and were to be
free from all discrimination .
The question was not ore which
concerned the Jews as such, but
involved the dignity of our Gov-
ernment when it issued its pass-
port, and the sanctity of Amer-
ican citizenship."
After the discussion, the Presi-
dent said he had received a com-
munication from W. W. Rockhill,
the American Ambassador at St.
Petersberg, and suggested that
the committee withdraw o an ad-
joining room to read and discuss
the le:ter. Louis .Marshall writes
''We accepted his suggestion and
I read quit-.- a long COmmunicai
in which Mr Rockhill present'
the stock arguments ot Russ
with respect to the Jew-, the con
tention that if given greater rights
than they had they would exploit
the peasants, and that there were
reasons which made it necessarj
for Russia, in conduct in g her in-
ternal alfairs. to deal with the
Jewish problem as she had done
and to withhold from the Jews Ol
other countries the riant to enter
Russia." Marshall then stated to
the President. "1 read the letter
to my associates and all of u-
found it very objectionable i
characterized the letter as a
pro-Ru.s-i.in argument which,
coming from an American Ambas
sador, was highly objectionable "
The letter of Marshall goes on,
"Mr. SchiH, who was very indig-
nant, then gave voice to his dis-
appointment When Ihe con-
ference broke up and the vari-
ous conferees shook hands with
the President, Jacob Schiff alone
retrained from greeting the Pres-
ident. As we went down the
stairs he turned to me and said,
'This means war' and authorized
me to draw on him to the extent
f $25,000 for a fund to carry on
a campaign to bring about the
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abrogation of the treaty Mr.
Bettman turned to me and Mid,
'Wir sind in Golus'."
Ten months rolled by and the
President did ootbng. He might
have, felt repudiate! ay the 1910
eiec'ion which uave control of
Congress to the Democrats. On
Dec. 4. 1911. John V Garner.
Congressman from Texa- and
later Nice President under I .DR..
introduced a resolution for abro-
gating the treaty with Russia So
d i Rep William Sulzer. of New
York Next day. Sen Charles H.
Cu berson. of Texa- introduced In
Senate the resoiutic presen-
Sulzer.
On Dec. 6. a mass meetirg in
Carregie Hall presided over by
William G. McAr'oo presented
s;. Wcodrow Wilson. Chino Clark,
William Rardelch Hea--*t, and a
distiogvisr-ed Qroup Of rotables.
THev urged the passage of a reso-
lution to abrogate the Russian
Treat-/. It was adopted. Many
such meetings were held HirOUflh-
cut the country. The American
pecp'e were really stirred up.
Tat: displayed the Republican
:">;>:.! of Herberi Hoo*. and
Eisenh tw< r He
d to save the treat) Ti
fe It the re-o!ution ;enl a
m ;ssage on Dec 7 1911 to < n
|Tn and stated. | belie w tl
the Government of Ru-Ma 1
dressing itself seriously u> SI
need ol changing the present on'.!
tice under the treaty- Such bl.rH
new in the face of a government
staging pogroms and pren.nJ
the Mendel Beil.s case^"
that Jews require the blood of I
Christian for their Passover rituaL
On Dec. 13. 1911. the Demoer*
tic House of Representativ-. adr.
ted the Sulzer Resolution 30].,,',
Now. fat Billy Taft descended <>
the tactics of a peanut politician
If the treaty must be tennm.-i
why not grab the credit for hi>
self, especially since 1912 *0U'1
be the election year for r>r,<
dent? It would be a good .
to beat the Democrat- to the
punch. So. on Dec 15. .
structer his ambassador
Petersbers that the U.S.A
minated the 1832 treat)
Tin- stealing the show i
- d a Republican or, Mian
to declare: "It was the R. ,..,.,
President William Howard
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By RABBI DAVID WHERSON
Beth Emeth Cngr9ton
Jewish tradition roco?nize^ the
DtSStge f time, ami emplovs this
COgnlstDCC, m>t in bemoaning the
unalterable, but rather in deriving
from this very disconcerting >itua
Hon a lesson rwnefical to itself and
mankind as a whole. For that rea
son. as time advances. Jud.ii-in
reads and rereads the Five Books
of Moses with the same regularity
II the hands of watch sweep its
surface There is no cessation,
there i> no procrastination. As one
of the Books of the Bible i> con
eluded, the next is begun
This week, we begin the reading
jf the thud of the Five Books of
Moses Vayikro, Leviticus. This
book is al-o known and often refer-
red to as Tiwah Kohanim the
boofe that spells out in great detail
he rules of conduct prescribed for
the priesthood. Laws of punt> and
cleanliness reflecting Judaism per-
tain not only to the spiritual but
.ii-'^ lo tin- pbj lical
Tii.' Book of Leviticus may roughlj be divided into Iwo sections The
first deals with laws of the priesthood and the sacrifices: the secoi
predominate!} devoted to the dictira 'Holy shall ye be because 1 the
Lord your God, am Hob There seems to be sharp distinct; m drawn
between the clean" and the unclean." the prohibited and thi
sible
In our times, when animal sacrifices are no longer n an
he las r lative to the;r performance no longer are it effect we
the same passages and recall the ancient practices th
evaluation and reinterpretation, and extracl from them significant t i
..ml timeless values that transcend time, conditions and events
The "clean' and the unclean" of the Bible do not necessanl) n
o the presence or absence of sanitary conditions, bul rather
' degree ol i e lorn and liberty that ma) prevail. The rabbis ol old were
already al rted lo the ooncept that man- spiritual growth is to a larg<
xtent dependent upon man's political and economic status To tne
rabbis holiness and purity were synonymous with fr.....lorn and tmertj
I whereas the profane and the impure denoted slavery and bondage
How fitting it is that Jewish tradition coincide- w.th the reading CORAI_ WAY jWI&h center.
ol the Bbok of l^viticus dealing with the pure and the impure with the 87^
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BETH TF-LAH. 93; Eud 3 av. Or-
thodox Fl.obc Joseon E Ri:kovsky
BE'- TORAH 16*1 '- 'uh
a-- Conaervative. Rs^p. v.i l>p-
Cantor Ben-Z :in Kirschen-
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ir Mi I i
. i.,, \! an i Mi- >> -
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til IOC rwK Ul Mmvu3 *-'"' ".......- --------- .a l u *
-ommencemem of the Month os Nisan. the month when the children of
Israel were liberated from Egyptian bondage.
U<*0<
Elietar Ban Yahoda
I r .., i Yehuda v%ho was
, unian hamlet about
a hun red | in ago to his father
* Perlman wu a diligent (
cl)1'1' with i remarkable memory .
Vh" w .- Ujr Hitzvah, his mo
:u him to itudj at Yeshiva.
''"' i dutmguiahed himself in
h '.u- jrd became deeply
'"'' n the Torah and Talmud
* d ol 'li Yeshiva who ioved
0 rMi various books In Hebrew
In Ili07er an intense love
"' ,h- Hebrew' lanRUage A year
rliez.-r left the Yeshiva in
dn|(.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it a Jewish tradition to eat
fish on the Sabbath?
A number of umm.iis are given
or tins tradition. Some contend
hat the Sabbath l> a reflection ot
h, |o) thai oi e is to have in the
rorld to come Since the joys ol
he nexl world include the eaUng ol
he iucculenl tlerh of the L"u
,-han a Jeu eats fi-li on the Sab
,.(,h to serve i reminder of h.s
eward in the text world Eating
he flab is thus on.' ot the pleasures
radiUonaU) required 00 the iab
>ath
In this sense it can also b. a sign
,1 fertilit) Others claim that tlus
raditiOO came about lH-cai.se fish
was a delicacy which many could
,o, afford during the week and the
Sa
Idivavn a...........
vas the most festive day o. the
taaaaaaaaa
This page k r"r"^ co'
operation iinth the Spintiaal I eid-
ers of the G'edter Mum; Rabbin-
icj! Aun.
Rjbh David Herson
C< ordiTiatot
CONTRJB '.nits
Rabbi David Herwn
| i of Mora
Rjh't; S. lomon Schiff
G;-n\ vf Wi.dom
SW 16t,h. at., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
i April Cintor Gershon Levin.
!' I Mr"
ii ; i.' "' "1 P1**"
Idrni Topl< I'n.-- ---------- of !"
II ... i man -' i '" '
... rdaj "'
CONGREGATION ETZ CMAIM. 1M4
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Straasteld.
DADF HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION 1401 NW 183rd it. Con-
servative. Rabbi Wax ZucKer. Cantor
Emanuel Mandei.
i i < ,.i ;, ri Si rnn>n
, i. >. Sal lav J >;' '
, ,..,..,. tun
,i .......f Mr ind Mo
\ It cl
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51$t pi
Consrrvat.ve Cantor Fred Bernste.n.
.... 1
s m mi i
i .. Flar Mltava M i "
., I Mi, t: .b*rt tiron
HEBREW ACADEMY. 9'8 6th It. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Grosi.
------a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3'T5 SW 25th
ter. Coniervative Rabbi Morton
Malaviky. Cantor Laull Cohen.
-. ,. -. |3 nn i p.ir Sai
imeg .-' < n Mr
\ m in h >noi
VII) | ..' 4 I.II.I- II. -I '
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfieid
Cantor Abraham Seif. _
... | |i in Saturda> > Ser-
I ,!..!: The I'atl "t Ood "
T.M MUD. '
(). u maintsiti
Idren art
g to ma in ......
pn hub
.,:,. I T '' \ <
.',.. i
.... Sir.
,. .1. t
u
TEVPLE B'SA SHOLOM 16300 N W
2>nd avr Come-vat ve. Rabbi Harr/
L Lawrence
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahinj.
ton ave. Comervat've. Rabbi lrvm(
Lehrman. Cantor Hirach Adler.
- a
TEMPLE iSRst. 3T imE ttttl at.
Reform. Rabo Joseph R. Narot.
Canter Jacob Oornatam.
frlda) 1:15 p.n Sern on Rltlj Ora
;;,., _;i- ii in Am-r-
th candle* have been lit in
stead of before, as is the case
with other religious acts?
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
Jewish women have come to ac-, 1101 svv 12th ave. Traditional.
ER. 43a SW 8th
Rabbi Maurice
as a oeinao "".....- Jewish women iijm' i""i< 1101 s>w um *,
afford dortal lh/*tJ a',< .' 'I cept the episode of candlelighting .OUTHWEST^Er:T
abbath table called for the be si ^ lhei(. ()1|K.1;|| acceptance of the t comervative.
,l,cacus to show that the Sabbath shbMh Were u. blessing to DC Ki.in.
.. ,,e most festlvs day of the ^^ ,,, kin,m;,. they m .i.
before the kmdlin
in a sense, be accepting the
,eek. it la Interesting to note wm|U
he code (Magen Abraham. Oracn Sabbj|,n ,.,,,. ,he kindlins and
ll.yyim, 242i orders Jews not to ^u|d therefore bt. prohib.te.l tro.n
the Sabbath if the flail d,m th(, ,lghI> 0, ,he Sabbath
.1 _...-<.> >.( fish
the. rt iIh !" p m W r.....n T| B Ml-
,.,,-; M .nth !*al rda) m.
TEMPLE JUOe... i20 Palermo *>*.
Liberal. Rabbi Morna SKop. Canton
Herman Gottlieb.
I-Yi.iav I:1S p n ~' ',r""' "A" ""*
I1...).!", Sal .rl 1 l h n I- <
Miizv.ih Marvin, xl ,ri -N,l*
.1 :n k Stein
TEMPLE MENORAH- S 75th a^.
Comervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
|--i,i .> 1:15 i> s. rmon 1 he j <
... ^ icrlflee Satnrda) a.m
i'h. ...... I** ''
MH.val .':; Ml I M s-
1 ...'iis i'-i .11 n in
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. an*
Titum Waterway Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Can-
tor Samuel Qombera.
Pi ,,i:,. 1:15 p m s- rm >n "Mas I
,-.i,.-- Tin- Houw Sati rda) S 15 n.
..,.,.,, ;..,. .- In Hi- Hob Temple
M ,,, ., 1. .. aon ol Mr ana
Mr.- Juliua "I'.'i
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1MOE
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
TEMPLE TIFERET^I JACOB. fSt
Flamingo Way. Conaarvative. Hanoi
Leo Heim.
,s,,,.,, j:is p m T.n"' v
Siunincani rtictor In a lei One*
- 11 il.bai ti--'- Mr and Mm 1 hlllu
1 r\ hi., in honor ol the>lr annivei
,. f 1 ,> m > 1 moii The Month
,.i" Montlia Knocking ( our Door*
TEMPLE ZAMORa- *4 Zamora ava.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurw.ta.
i-''i.i:iv 1:15 p.ra Sen...... "The Jew-
ish I'i.ntrlbutlon i" C'l> i'i7.:iii..ii Se
,;,.,l.,x si;. 1 Bar Mltavah I
...11 of Mr and Mr- Irvine Ralmer
at fish on 11
merchants raised the price Ol USB
beyond limits

What should m****E22 women cover the., eves afteil.^h.
lorots to HgM the Sabbam ^ cai*H** and don't open
____Jl.? ...:l
Furthermore, in order to provide
the appearance that the blesi
comes before the act.
TEMPLE AOATH VESHURUN. 2320
Nt mat t Raobi aonan Caplan.
v ., ,,. s.. n... Tin Birth '
, p, ,,.|. 1 met ii 1. .1 hoata Mi
.mi Mi -
-,.,, Ir
.1 ,. s, h .n-.-i'l In ..... 11 W .-1
i.iin ~' r>'1! Katurdaj
Jewish
TEMPLE 8ETm AV. S950 N. Kendall
dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabo" Herbert
Baomgard. Cantor Charlea Kodner
,,, ,,.,, s r. nuoal -'-< r S>l
ihem until the Messing has been Mart .....1 arulptor Mtunlay 11
KUli,.....,.-*Si..-......*'*-.....- -.....*........
candle-.?
attend bjajh school. From
'' tr.ivele' to fans to studv
b/'don^ for that particular Sab- unli, the b.ess.nu .- made
bath llowfier, itiiiJ'^ ''
dition that for every Sabbath there- -
lt m, H ,(i Mm ( tram Kurlund
after she must light one candle
,m,r,' than she had heretofore^
rMahril I This is done so that shi
bTrem.-dei .hat she had forgotten
rh",; f ,!P"d f,rS' ar'.K'.U' and WOUld be careful never lo rt-
peat the oversight
Why i, th. blossino over MM S.b^
bath cardie prononc^ after
- ujveie in rani to naq
" tniverslty. He intended to be-
tom' .1 doct ,
r llgned his first article
lh "' name Ben Yehuda and by
me he h-csme known in I-
rael
^blishfM by Brit Ivnt Olamit)
CANDUUGHTING T/Alf
29 Adar 6:16 p.m.
H
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD 13S1 S 14 ava.
Rabbi Samuel Jaf'e
HOLLY
Reform

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood 1725 Monroe it Conie>vit've
R.ibhi Samuel Lerer.
joint i w uh
. nn Halurda)
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa.
eve Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Oavia Conviaer.
i -. j, in S'i rm i On< Hun>
TEMPLE ZION. 5T20 SW 1Tth at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waa-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
t-iiii\ 8:10 |.m Kerinon "The HlKh-
.si I'aUlna i >nes Bhabbal hoata:
Miami Jewfeh War Veteran*
;. ,, -.".:. in i on 11 National ^'',ir;ft
mandei I L P..... Saturday .
., ni Rai Mltavah Kdward, aon of air.
md Mi- im lei t etcher
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6S00 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Giants.
Prldav s in p in Kermon: "A NVve
Month. ;. Sen Book ""' New Con-
,.,,, of Racrlfice." "<>- rina*DHl
i,.,-i- siaterhocHl Raturdaj I a.m.
s,r........ "Prtenth.....i Then and Stow.
YEHUOAH MOShV 13S30 W. Oixin
hwy. Conservative Rabbi Sheloon
Steinmetz. Cantor Morns Berner.
i', .lav .:!." p i" rVrn on "Five 111
,i.. .1 Thou win "">. >rtn '
....;.,,, .,, rtneg Ohabual hoatu W
,. ........ Satui-dn.v '< B i M
( ,i, i. -, v eon "i Ml and MB I I
l,ll Im

VOUNO ISRAEL. 90 NE 171st at,
Ortnoi*oK. Raobi SMerwm SAauber.


Pace I3-C
+Jmit Fhriliftr
Friday. March 17,
Ben Zvi Fails to End Government Dilemma
JERUSALEM(.ITA P it Ben-Zvi tried
to rtaolve Israel's montn-1 crisis a
to leaden of the ouigoin settle their differences
and recoastitu'e {he Jormer c i '
tions as tneonlj means to en I p liti< il impass*
The President madi V.
iii an unprecedented joint mi
of leaders of all Isra
: he called afti ion panr.ers. as
!).s I B< 11 Gun n formallj ...
notified him he could i
- ;-
vi\ i
-
ppled b\ :
Mr. Ben-Zvi bas?d his jpaea1
on arguments that elections would
be u.-.timely and divisive and
would cost Israel badly-nee. d
irternatisnal preslige. He aiso
pointed out that elections would
produce only minor charges in
balance of the political strength
of the parties. He propo>ed that
the outaoing Cabinet be recon-
stituted and that the festering
battle between Mr. Ben-Gtrion
and his Mapai rival, Pmhas La-
von, be settled by agreement of
II parties concerned to accept
as the last word in the dispute a
December Ministerial Committee
report.

in to l le
.!. to iusi Mr Lai n
tary general of th
' [istad
. ; ...
- in-
>iste the blame for the
and for elections rested on
i.. Moshe i". 'i Achdu:
\ iking for Mapam and
essive Partj as well, said
.: Mapai held the kej to soluti n
f the < risis w ithoul us. He
said the partj i mid have the Pre-
ship with the same partners
the outgoing < alii 11 i
.t replacement for Mr Ben-Gunon
l'his was a report which abs lve I s Premier-designate
Mr La von of responsi
Minister ol Defense in L954 I r a
security disaster that year
\> ceptance of that
would have require I the
concerned to retreal from long-
hardened positions. Mr Ben-Gur-
ion had made the Ministerial
e report the basis I his
nation He had lie.1:.' I thai
uld not accept the reporl
ton that he had den iui
The three p> in sa the>
ild nol rejoin a c
Mr Ben-Gurion. The National Ke-
is Part) nd the
Partj
- m I that th
: > sen ing a{......VIr
but the>
: partner
i join with then
sives w li :. they h said
thai Mi -.- be-
havior in the figh
made it Imi >ss m to
serve under him ag lin
A Mapai spokesman then reiter.
ated his partj
, nsiderati in of ai i : ither
than Mr Ben-Gui i said de-
ls of the
ith< r lea i r am
ng" to Ma I -M
ferre I a i :
,vas nol rea >
o to th
Prior to BenZvi's dramatic last-
minute effor* a* carci'ia'ion, the
Mapai had announced it would
introduce a bill in *he Knesser to
set elections for October or No-
vember. The other parties
promptly responded they would
fight for much eariier e.ections.
The earliest possible date would
be mid-July.
The lat< fall lal 5 in line with
Mapai strategj i postpone the
ng tor as long as possible in
the hope that the passage >i tim
. I make the '. ting public for-
get the Lavon affan I bring a
rebuilding oi the pi the party
lost in the bitter I pp i
sition parties wanl l hi arlii pos
sible date for just "he ipposite <
son; they war" | i ipitalize to the
maximum on the lisarray within
the Mapai partj
Earlier in 'he week, Mr Ben
Gurion had offer td to res
leadership of the partj and his
place as Pren to Fi-
nance Minister Let i Es ik
l be acceptable to
mer coaliti it rties posed to
Mr Ben-Gurii n I ilapa
Martin Sachs president o! the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
Council, prese.-.ts a check for S200 to Edward Stem coot
a B'nai B'rith i I the Combined Jewish Apj
in. Proceeds were raised by the AZA and BPG I
oi 3reatet Miam
the ib the. party with thre il
Mrs. well that toe
. | v. Ben- not accept your res
You s the p ills without y<

I Air Federal Aid to Education
Leo Pfeffer, ol the American
Jewish Congress, and Cat
spokesman Neil G. McCluskey will
arjiue the issue of Federal aid to
parochial schools in a nationally-
televised debate over WCKT ch. .
on Saturday night.
The program, one of the news-
making -enes of debates on "The
Nation's Future." will be seen
from 9.30 to 10:30 p.m. The de-
bale has been titled. "Should Pub-
lic Funds be Used for Public anc
Religious School Students Alike?'1
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recent book, "Catholic Viewpoint
on Education."
Leo Pfeffer. general counsel and
national director of the American
Jewish Congress Commission on
Law and Social Action, will pre-
sent the negative case He is the
author of "Church. State and Free-
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the country's authorities on reli-
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church an.' state.
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New York, with John K. M Mc-
Caffery as moderator The Na-
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Arthur Barron under supervision
Ol executive producer Irving Git-
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Tnday.
March 17. 1961
*JtmM Fkricfiair
Pcce 11-C
Eichmann Charge Shest is Drawn
jgRl SM.EM(JTA>The detailed charf.i shed against Adolf
licbmaBn the CeMa.no colonel who directed the extermination of >omc
npi -s. was .submitted to the Jerusalem D^jnct Court this weelj^
rt u.l! now be formed of two diltrlcl court judge* under the
I a Supreme Court justice. presumablj Justice Mosht
^ chi h,ot' llke tne docu'
tuhmitted Feb. 1, lists is
erties were those of individuals,
of Jewish ccrmunities end as-
sets cf Jews murdered in Ger-
man-occupied areas in Eastern
Europe.
I ntil shortly htfrre :he end ol
tht war in 1945, tr.i freight trains
which i nni ;((. th< \ ictims to e*
termii i camps and ghettos*
back to Germany
id with despoiled properties
and also such parts of the bodies
r the deportations fnr .,., lion" "of partner-' :' victim* as hair, gold tech.
personal ef-
' '-. :; < "'- u< the charge
;b(
i prosecution witness-
rs evidence directly
chmann'i claim in
that he was re
stein, hea Council of Elders
in the Theresienstadi concentra-
tion camp -o forbid births and in-
terrupt pr< es In Berlin :n
1942 Eichmann devised measures
never gave anj < \
rden
The charge sheet accuses the
U-veir-olo Naxi of hawing given
-struct.ots "r extermination
- German d-reetly to local Ges-
ibo com-nanders." In occupied
i-as o' Europe. Eichmann is ac-
:.sed c-t acting through com-
-jnders et the Naii security po-
ce. He is specifically charged
..th directing commanders of
-e Auschwti murder factory to
.* the cas known as Zyklon-B
- mil mmates and in 1942 and
CJ4 "the accused obtained a
BtMntih, .,dp' of the gas for the
:.rr:sf sf exterminating Jews."
mixed mi with the ir.ti i.
estroj hi Jewish people.
according u :h< chargt -heet
The crimes against humamtv
lisi Ihe the pro]
of millions ol .tews residing in
German] and th< occupied coun
tries Mi a sun listed in thi
charge -lit! lor thi- purpose ir.-
eluded "hi establishment of a cen-
tral authority lor the emij
Jews in Vienna, Czechoslovakia
and B< ri n even before Hitler
launt War I! in w;<9 un
er whit were trans
ferre I inj Hundret
;h usands if oiding to ihe
chare* 11' en forced l
The i harg< sheet ..--< rts that the
ved to G< rmany
on rdt r> 11 Eichmann and of
others acting on his orders The
- \ as) robbery was re-
' fact 'hat in the 635
vvai -i .n which the loo: was
at All ion': the fol-
lowing items were found 348.820
- mei dress-
.: rs oi men -
The loot at Auschwitz was even
greater than this, the charge
sheet disclosed, because 2t ohSer
Aus-c hwiti warehouses were
burned by the Germans before
they retreated from Poland in
January, 1945.
Eichmann was accused of per-
sonally devising in his Berlin office
in October. 19-12 sterilization mea-
sures and of stating that applica-
tion of such measures was a con-
dition ol :-< right to remain with-
in th area gov rned by the
Reich. "
Th chargi sheet noted that ';
er Nazi authoi es favored depor-
latior that cast
i;
FOR
A..
>' V
I.I
- 1...1-1 sti. t.< lurecg iv II' fy i ,<
.heet lists six of tl x GOIflg tO L.8Vel3nti7
- as the most tin-
. rrj ing out the
E uropean Jews
. -v hw it/. Chelmo,
Treblinka, and
-
I] of Ihe |
i solution of the
bj the Nazis list-
i are instruc
to a Dr Ep-
other et
-
The properties stolen from the
Jews in Pc'ane during 1942 and
1943 we-e nominally valued at
200.0:0.OC* r-rl value was lr greater, the charge
sheet declares. The stolen prop-
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GROTON. Conn (JTA>Vice Ad-
miral Hyman G. Rickover, who
forced through the development and
building of the Navy's first nuclear-
! powered submarine, was awarded
I the Navy's highest peace-time
! award, the Distinguished Service
'medal.
The award was presented last
week on the deck of the Nautilus,
the first nucie.tr submarine, by for-
mer Secretary oi the Navy William
B. Franke on behalf of former Pres-
ident Eisenhower as part of a cere-
mony marking the laying ot the
keel for a new Polaris submarine
the Marquis !e Lafayette.
JLtY\
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I: win Block 'left, field representative of the Greater Micmi Is-
rael Bond Oraanizaticn, presents Honor Scrolls to Ben Swire,
representing Workmen's Ciicle Branch 699, and Arthur Gelier,
:ich 692, as the largest bond buyers in their respective
tranches. The presentation was mede al an Israel Bar Mitz-
i celebration under the auspices ol Workmen's Circle Israel
Eend committee lest week, where S13.CCC in Israel Bends was
purchased.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR -
Jews Fail to Put Up Fight
To Protect Their Rights
leans. (German Jews used to
feel more German than the Ger-
mans themselves.) They fear re-
prisals. Tr.cy fear many things.
They fear, period. And, anyway,
Jews disagree with each other,
always. They want a faultless
leader. They want a faultless and
absolutely sure plan. And, to
philosophers, is there anything
faultless?
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Jews have been tortured for
more than 2.000 years. After each
period of oppression, the horrible
cruelties endured have been pass-
ed ..Ions by word of mouth, by
books, by song. But never have the
Jews, as Jew-, done anything about
it except to meet in small group-,
and philosophize and mourn, and
that it wont happen again.
\- minorities in all countries
w i re tht j < n persecuted,
could they do?
\\- II, in -he t s they are suffi-
ly numerous and rich and
; iwi rful to form a political bloc
len ncy to acl to
ther, ii"i en American problems
neral. bul on J< wish-American
|i ms \. do it? Of
t jurse not!
They fear that they will lose
their identity as patriotic Amer-
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In this country, the Negroes, with
a background of slavery and pov-
erty, have nevertheless joined to
struggle for their rights. There is
a labor bloc. There is a Southern
bloc. There is a Catholic bloc that
privilege) and rights to
which thej tied. There is
the '.MA Bul there is n<> Jewish
mally, openly.
effe lively, politically lor an end
against Jews on
the national scene.
Just consider how Jewish refu-
gees were treated here when Hit-
, ler came to power. There were
individual protests, of course; but.
as a national group. Jews did not
protest, for there was no national
group An;: when Eisenhower
came in. I understand the State
Department was denuded of Jews.
And the Nuremberg trialsmany
<>f those who stood trial are again
1 in positions of great power in Ger-
many and are being welcomed
now as ambassadors to this coun-
!,r>''
Post-Hitler Germany is one of
; tho wealthiest nations in the
world, thanks to U. S. help. Con-
sider the Suox Canal business,
and our acquiesence to the ex-
clusion of Jews from our armed
and civilian forces in Arabia.
Look at the difficulties Rickover
encountered because he was a
j Jew.
Thee are ail national matters,
and a united Jewry could- effec-
tively protest them. But will they?
No! Jews don't want to put up a
Shipping Company
Tells Schedule
By pop It mand, weekly six
and or sever day cruises to Ja-
maica and the Wesl Indies have
continued Maj ac-
cording to an announcement from
E istern Shipping Corp
'lit.
The SS Yarmouth will sail from
Miami on Saturdays. Mar 23 \
;8. 22. 29. and Mas 6. 13. 20 and
-7 to Port Antonio and Kingston,
Jamaica with five-day rates apply
ing to the six-day cruises. Mir.
imum tariff, including meals and
.-hip as floating hotel for the -:\
days, is $95.
The seven-day SS Yarmouth
sailings leave Miami on Mar. 17,
and Apr. 1 and 14. Minimum
rate of $135 includes ports of call
at Port Antonio and Kingston,
Haiti and Nassau. The SS Yar-
mouth is 100 percent air-condi-
tioned, with everything aboard
for fun and relaxation, including
a swimming pool.
Her twin sister, the SS Evangel-
line, makes only three more 10 day
cruises to the Wesl Indies, sailing
from Miami on Apr. 7. 18 and 28.
before taking off for Washington,
D.C., her home port during the
-ummcr and fall. Minimum rate
for the 10-day cruise is S195.
Seven, ten and 13-day sailing
schedules for the SS Yarmouth
from Miami will continue thi
-unimer Pates are soon to !>< an-
nounced. Eastern Shipping Corp.,
ieri agent for both ships i\,
3, Miami, ma) be contacted tor in
formation.
City oiiicials poinl with pride to the new mi::,
narking garage opened officially here. The \
built at a cost of S800.000. is at 39 NW 2 st. ".
William Pallot. former chairman of the Ofi-Street P
Robeit Macht, board member; City Manage i
Maurey Ashmann. chairman of the board; Jc- e. !
board member; Mitchell Wolfson, board men:; (. I
W. DuBreuil. city commissioner.
Orlando Man Gives Ambulance
O. Z Wise, of Orlando. Fla has
presented a fully-equipped, four-
stretcher ambulance to Mo gen
David Adorn, the Israel Red Cro>s
service,
The gift was made through Ame-
rican Red Shield <>: David, the sup-
ply and support wing "f M
l>a\ id Vdom Congri ssman Ei
ue] Celler 1) N Y national cha r
Wise's action "is of vital imp r
lance al this I i
thai his orgamzi".
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But who ever heard of a light with-
out someone getting hurt?
ROBERT H. THRONE
Coral Gables
editor's koti Ii
ins rhetorical flourish to .(-. ..
There u no jeu.-h bloc ihdl |
nationall op, effective]
cally i,-r j-i end to
against fewt on the national -.
We would hardly wish to deny Mr
Throne ':i- momeni but hu iMtemmt
amply unsupported b facts
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Wbe's Friends: Politician, Podiatrist
ByALfREDH. PAUL
*A month he was t0 loave
his inauguration
king' President of the
Jv^Si .^raha l4iii-.lH
.r ** ., friend a s:ift in
[ him again* the
, i 1 he friend
. : City Clerk of
enl of Kehilath
the oldest Jewish
;' ''""", S?
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, Written on the
. taracters, was
n the Book of
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yv( i ord of Lincoln's
L.lf;.e John Hay, that,
;JS- 23, 1862, the
I flic Kohn ir .ription
i,js t E ecutive Men-
, ii 'hi Pm sid?nt's in-
L original was
i- ... en d:>play cur
, .vin Museum of
irt of the Civil
| V..- C( < "" I Exhibition.
< Ke-
I \ u.i, onh I if.'. ;-h frien Is
|s i on very inti-
the Civil War
names will
If en as illtntra-
I; personal reli
I: One was
I; im Jonas, of
I*. er as a very
in, Lino
I: Isachar Zai h-
currenelvh j .
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high forehead,
. eyes, w<
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'ire of I
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two hi cai I friends ai polit-
ic al allies
In l.". I en Unco i
first i-,- nncy. to Idi
rail; I hall o i v.
i :m lidal Congress, hi had
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oil
dat<
four j Jom is a
' Republican Part)
met in Quincy to I
the Presidi nl elections to I
th.- countrj :.'-;n Lincoln's
pi.....i t< d rejeel I by
the c aucus at thai mi But
within ti i nths Jona persoi
illy v ng political fri
will Lim lidate
for the n< > "we -(".,11 be
able lay.'
Shortlj In was nom-
" Presidencj n
Dem icral ns were pre-
paring ar atl Re-
li late l hi set i ul
pro) e that Line In had I
leaders of the
K Part) the i
thai ha I i pro [ram which, to
m ered equ
to K:; Kkix Klanism I' was .i"nas
who ipiki tfort The cl
list I was to have
ing he ha : .
i : with K h Nel
1854 J mas had
durii that
visit : was able to pi
b thi was pub-
,- sheer fabrica .
When Lincoln became Presi-
dent he appointed Jonas postmas-
ter of Quincy Throughout the
war, Lincoln kept in touch with
Jonas, often referring important
loral issues to his Jewish friend.

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When Jonas lay dying, it was his
turn to ask a favor. Four of
Jcnas' srr.s wr in the Confed-
erate Army. One of them, Char-
les, was a prisoner of war. Jonas
asked that his son be allowed to
visit the father.
On Apr. 2. 18fi4. Line In i-sued
an order reading "Allow Charles
II Jordan, now a prisoner ol war
at Johnson's Island a parole of
three wi eks to visit his dying
father. Abraham Joi a it Quin-
cy. III." Chai les i me I
That verj day. Abraham Jonas
died Two la ;. i... coin ap
ed Ji n is m iov. as posi
tress of Quinc)
I- September. 1
Jew name l- ic i / id arie
came to Ni w
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feel -
con- com-
t irt "
A Lincoln, who sigm
dorsement. eived
i fron Zach-
arie The New York World was
ly later th.it Zach i ie enjoy- j
ed Mr Lincoln's confidence per
- more than an) other pri<
individual." and state Zach-
arie was "perhaps the n >- favoi
ed family visitor at the While
House
One earcl es in vain whi n try
ing to discover pre< isel; I he i
ture of the sei es Zai harie per-
for Lincoln But it is no
imputal : the n in charac-
ter ;>> guess a man) scholars
ha\ e 1 icharie was
i mo-t trusu ii ->f \<- r-
il spies for Lincoln
Shortly after Zacharie first
trimmed Lincoln's toenails, the
President sent the man to New
Orleans, which was under the
Union's military Governorship of
Gen. Banks. While Zacharie
seemed to have certain specific
c'uties in New Orleans helping
readjust currency exchange rates,
securing justice for Northern and
for Southern Jews caught between
tSe ar.vil of commerce and the
hammer of the war, Zacharie's
principal function seemed to te
the writing of personal, confiden-
tial reports to Lincoln.
In |863 armed uith a letti r
Sei etarj i Stati x ward
and appan ntl) wil al in-
from I nun!:; -- Zach
nfederati cap
itiond co.....I with
i
jsh -s i ri tarj >l State
Benjamin.
There was one n pi n thai
- nission had involved the
| I nice a : com
pron
Sou rhi
ir reti rni
to Washn nt to the
He reported that.
Lini In
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Their wi re more
n no i" '' en I
as well as
n Secret Stati Seward
the Jewish podiatrist from
\Yw York.
Zachare was busy campaign-
ing for Lincoln's reelection in the
campaign of 1864. The Jews of
New York tendered a testimonial
dinner to Zacharie in 1864. By
January rf 1865, when the Union
forces had captured Savannah,
Zacharie was given a special pass
IRnVHIM! rSt Can
T~ (Mm gus
%"Aom' i^^;SHAW
SHAW IRAVEl TOW .Inc.
IS N C I "fc St M.om, e> m 4 1604
by the Secretary of War to visit
relatives in that city. The pass
had been issued on Lincoln's per-
sonal request.
When Lincoln had hee.i mur-
dered. Zacharie went hack into
ot&curity. Soon he returned to
FiTHland, where he die i in 18<>7
He i:?d lieeH- r-al^wi ^^^.1.^
court-jester, politician, spy, This
much is certain: Lincoln and
Zacharie were close friends. Linc-
oln trusted the man.
It i- possible that, due to the
nat ire of his confidential services
to a President. Zacharie has not
received at the hands of bjstor-
ilBAjtafygrejU) 1m hiM -,. ._ ,
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LEGAL NOTICE
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10 from Jew:- i re! -
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announced here Sal
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development I
Judaism, wnu i sen '-
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Leaders meet at functicr. ot Miami Beach Trainina Schcoi tor
Retarded Children ct the Alaiers hotel. Seated left to right]
are Rabbi David Kerson, of Beth Emeth Conqreqation: Miami
Beach City Councilman Kenneth Oka; and Andrew Bialolenta,
who acted as master of ceremonies. Standing are Ella Wah-
man. president of the schcoi, and Jordan Davidson.
He
prominent rabbis and iym n at- j ..... .. .,
tendance at the Am ricana hotel. g .. 5l be re-
the inaugural '
tl, opening oi the
fund's secon ear .
activity tor the rais f SI
with which I i '' .
flung physical exparu the 88 ^* ?t t >utNAMt law. ?
year-old I'nion ol V.n He-
LEGAL NOTICE
brew C mgre"
year old H< b
Jewi.-h Institute I R

Students of the Temple Emanu-El Foundation School, a Hebrew
and secular program for children of kindergarten throuqh third
grade age, participate in a Purim S'udah luncheon at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kasdin. Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-El, explains the significance of the three-cornered holi-
day pastry the hamantash. Depictina the characters of the
ancient Purim story of Esther, Ahaseuras, Mordecai and Haman
are (left to right) Allen Singer, Nison Kasdin. Olivia Levin and
Yael Yanich.
Rabbi Dr. Edgar F. Magnm
spirit!, I leader of the Wilshire
Boulevard Temple, Los Angeles,
Calif., Ueyncied the opening of
the funds 1961 effort with a call
tc American Jews to 'strengthen
Ihe House of American Israel as
a fundamental way of safeguard-
ing the vitality of all Israel, and
of free institutions everywhere. '
Tins i- a time of nullificatioi
i,- declared "Con
tary. economic and poiitii il
i-rs are not oni> becomii g eqi i
each other in their capacitj I r
destruction, i -"' and
but tend to cancel each othi
the point ol stalemate The idv in
tage held by tree men. therefore,
lies more and more in their spirit-
ual treasury with its G id-given
principles of mercy, justice, broth
erhood and love The more ive
draw on this treasure, the more we
share it with humanit) every
where, and the more we build the
institutions that remir i i- ol '.hem.
the stronger we will
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HOME OWNERS!
DON'T MISS THE DEADLINE FOR FILING
APPLICATION FCR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION.
FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES FILING BY APRIL 1, 1961
If you have lost the renewal fo-m mailed to you, go to youi
nearest city hall cr county tax assessor's office with the legal
description of your property.
A deputy assessor will be at the following locations to assist
you in making your returns.
DAILY:
MONDAY
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N THE CIRCL T COURT OP THE
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FLO1' DA IN 4\3 0 3 0
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H altah 9:00 till 4:30 Homestead 9 till 4:30
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Ops-'ocka 8:30 till 12:00 Miami Shore* 1:30 till 4:33
H altah 9:00 till 4:30 Vi!;. of Bi*c. Park, mar. 23. only_9: }J i ;:
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West Mumi 9 till 12:01 South Miami 1:33 to 4:30
3ay Harbor Island 2 till 4 30 Coral Gables 3 33 t i
Nor h Bay Village M.a-. 22 only~- 9:00 till 12:00
North Mjmi 8:30 till 4:33 M-ami Snrgs 1 till 4:30 .
Coral Gables 8:30 till 4:30
FRIDAY:
North Miami Beach 9 till 4:30 Cora! Gables 8:30 till 4 K
Bal Harbar 11:30 till 1 Surfsid* 2:00 till 4:30
The Tax Assessor Cannot Allow Homestead Exemption Un-
less the Application Is Filed Within The Time Limit Provided
By Law. For This Reason I Urge All Home Owners To File
Their Applications Without Delay.
. THOMAS A. O'CONNOR
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Friday. March 17. 1961 Mentfti ftcridian Page 'Bei Mir Bistu Schoen' Comes Home to Roost Composer Sholom Sccunda. who Secunda has his song back new. melody in JM, and copyrighted recent!) r.iaptured the rights to after waiting out a 28-year copy, it %  year Uter. He >ays he w.it. ., r BUtU Schoen." after righ: penod that meant an r>t>„, ^ fhe y ,. ri phue^phic.lly piling them for $15 in 1937 and mated $350,000 loss in royalties to bot lh.t he is very happy now oi.hinn the ong gross $3. him that the copyright hat been reiir r,\iil in Miami for a tenturned. It will mean an etti,i the Eden Roc hotel. | Second., U. wrote the Yiddish mated $5,000 annually in royalties through sheet music, records and performances. Throughout the years, the composer has dedicated himself to more serious works, creating and conducting several fa.st selling albums of liturgical music for Columbia Records with Richard Tucker, of the Metropolitan Opera Hoii!-e Recognized as one of the leading authorities in Jewish DlUlic in America today, he gives frequent lectures, as well a> serving as nsic critic for the Jewish Daily F ward. He is also the music £ sheet music and 2.500.000 recor THE IG IVIEAI I M i \ SOON-TIME, da) after day, 40,000 Jewisli i .i'(!i ii in Asian ami African lands sit Ai t.> ( s,)lid meal, courtesy of > > — the trilmtor to the United Jewish Appeal. for breakfast, in the howls they rail home (Jit} | IU I seraps. or nothing. For •upper — the>*ll have lo serounge ami see. Lunch | H their one big %  owlhiHf| meal. H"\\ big? Throtlgh the Joint Distribution 1 mittcc, a I JA member agency, tons of '" % %  huge quantities of eggs, bread and rice ;i i MA u|, (|. H,,t the meaning of a full plate lo ,t desperatel) hungr) child cannot be •urcd. //'A as l>i:J. as life itself. Meanwhile, for other tons of thousands of young people around the glol>e, hope for the future also tests with I JA. Yes, almost two hundred thousand children and teenagers (o.int on I'JA-supported programs for food, .shelter, clothing, care ami education. For these youngsters, your gift lo I J\ buys hope *here there in lumper, brightness \%here there is despair, health where there is sickness, a future where there is nothing. What greater things can your dollars buj J Give a generous increased gift, then, to the 196J United Jewish Appeal. Give Unlay. Save and Build Lives-Strengthen the Settlement* UNITED JEWISH APPEAL 1961 National Goal... $72,740,000 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL • '317 Bisc.yne Blvd. • Miami I N GREATER Ml AM I UJ A IS SUPPORTED BY THE Combined Jewish Appeal %  i FR 3-0411



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* Pcge 2-C 9-Jtnist fkridHsr F: -"'-; Match 17 i<* SHOPPING AROUND WITH [2aMjJ^w Aix-Fab-V*l Three products of the ColgatePalmolive Company will be oi fieat help to cleanse >our house -l "cbometl" tor tho joyous holiday ol Passover. Do not forget to put these three products on your shopping list These three are Kosher for Passover, under strict jabbinical supervision New Ajax. with more total cleaning power, gives you a smoother, f.ner texture and an instant chlorine bleach. It makes your sinks ^parkling clean. You don't need any extra bleach, as new Ajax has this bleach built in. Ajax cleans rr:uch faster and more completely, Itaves no gritty film behind. And it disinfects as it cleans. Fab with Duratex for your laundry washes cleaner, whiter, brighter and does not leave any ordor. Your Passover tablecloths, the napkins and the kittel, will sparkle with purity and bring out the holiday beauty at you Seder. Also your laundry will be bright and white ]t washes clothes clean clear through. Vel Powder with super grease 1 tter ;? pertect for all your di ; hes. your plates and bowls, and your f. %  .-'.'.are and silverware will et en without wiping, and is your hands. three products— Ajax. am • 1 fder—t >r a cltan cl metz-fre* Passe •• %  r Diamond Crystal '..%  th three 1 in -v .i United States have put fullest confidence in the famous Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt for purity and quality, for their food and for cooking Good cooking is a must for all meals, particularly for the festive cnt-. and ingredients are of great importance. The foremost is Dia mond Crystal Kosher Salt Countless housewives have had he opportunity to discover in pracice that the best salt they can use for koshering their meats and fowl. .well as tor the preparation of .ii.Vs. is Diamond Crystal Salt It bat been the favorite m homes for it.* purity, high quality, and iniliiy to bring out the best flavor and taste in a dish Neither too thick nor too thin, it is just right for sprinkling and for washing off in koshering your meat.-. It goes without saying that it is Kosher lor Passover, as well as year-round, and is prepared under t h e strict supervision of an Orthodox rabbi. For table use. get Diamond Crystal Weathtr-pruf Salt, the best allaround salt you can use for flavoring your dishes. It pours evenly and freely even in moist weather so that there is no danger of oversaving. Duffy-Mott A thing cl great importance to every Jewish housewife before a holiday :s the Kosher certification : ; rorti-rshe will get for her and for her holiday table. products of the famou.DuffyMott Company, which are popular Kosher in Jewish homes throughout the year, are certified 1 r for Passover Housewives will welcome the and ava.l thems< %  •< of :hi • y to shop for %  %  %  %  :' a pure, na• -. and is < %  wonderful betore d:nner ap•er Sunsweet Prune Juice is rich, natural prure juice, DO sugar addt %  -< perfed breakfast juice for health and vigor, as an aid to natural regularity Other products of Duffy • Mott are Mott'; Apple-Cranberry Sauce. combination of th finesapples and rod. I • :,k "' luscii 8i tartness And here s something new try Motts Apple p .. 1 made with the usual elii rich, juicj raspto Mot. •,; Sauc< and Sunsw 11 0 iced Pi 1111 % %  %  : '' '•''' %  and : :J1 ,or or with desse r ts [her pruuuvts ei Duffy-Mi II aro Clapi • Bal s ••' •' •' OT A pitsauce. Prunes. Apricots and Apr'.', as well as Apple, OrangeApril and Prune • Orange Apple Juices. Thej a all Kosher 1 a 1 wonderful for baby So enjoj Passover and keep on enjoying the>e famous Duffy-Motl products a? you have throughout the year be i yoi hav< | entj of Instant just as good and as regular Max,, instam Maxwell House Is rei : ith characteristic ,TV or. • Tetley Tea ]bor.ci oi Passover you will %  %  any visits of reIs who will come :. .. 1 easanl hours with you. ll -aying that j t, receive them in a es boh you and then ; • • • % % %  < I -. thing al will give everyone pleasure • a glass or cup of i, T<.. Tetley Tea has been a fa\c: t • homes for man> years. It is thi festive tea which you can enjoj all \earround Toatley Tea ', has full-bodied lla\or and fine DISTRIBUTED BY PAIM DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 373 N.L 61st St., Miami, Fla. aroma thai ... aclight :: Tetley's %  mornm.L1 any ether til Tetley Tea duced under strict p< rvision. roT r ^ ii rJ over holiday, • %  I Tea to be abh i serve -. ;rEB ,J and family. You >an gel Teti„ 1 tea bag or package form \Aj ever forr he f fullbcdied flavoi so charaetei tic of TWlej Tea. always COB. through %nd letlej Tea thrifty. For oalj ,. ^ you have a hear-. deli< ioui btw rape for the ••.:, family fl only a few peaniei you can adii restive finale to your h< Iiday2| Get Tetley and drink the rioestl you have \ r ba< Maxwell House Coe Maxwell House. Regular ana Instant Maxwell Coffee are good and kosher to the la>t drop. At Passover and at any other time. Maxwell House Coffee is the finest coffee you can serve family and guests. No wonder it is the favorite coffee in homes. Its aroma, its full-bodied flavor, its delightful taste are unmistakable and unmatched Whether you drink Maxwell House black or with milk or cream its flavor always comes through Make sure you stock up on Max well House Coffee for the Pass over holiday. Maxwell House is Kosher am Parv< for Passover. and is produced under strict ral binical supervision for Passover a for a > i.. around Vfter the sumptuous Pass ver Seder j u wanl to ; ul the propel :;ni>h to it i cuj : • Max •• H : Maxwi koshe And on Passover mornings with that Id fashi i i d Mai h nothing goes better than Maxwell H< is< ith milk or en When gue?ts drop in. thej will wel come a steaming hot cup of Maxwell House. 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Friday v March 17. 1961 JmMl fkrrtiir JFK Confident' Meriwether Will Do Good Job on Board. Cor'inued from Pg 1-A number of rl supporters of |j and the Dixie L:n-• Republican bloc, I Sen Paul Doug III • ,. Democrat, a leading Lwai. • h %  '"' Everett k mean leader, in [ ,\ and compai | Meriwe'her. jt,,, .., % %  the Meriwether L ,ipened by Son Jasai) Meriwether had | sensitivity to the I icy of! ie L'nited States."' I pressed by Sen i ii ged 'hat Men [ > • %  record hii h 5err. e • insider before i an important ito Ihe n-, ord an %  ling Alabama against Men I -',. Connecticut | vote I to remni I !• when the Sen ntttee received • ild the Senate he %  'and would VOte l_ 'ion Sen Edmund 5. Muskie. Main* iDf-Ov-it *-i) abstained from voting on the Meriwether nominatirn in HM Senate Banking Commttee. told the Senate that if the nomination were sent back to the committee, ha would vote for confirmation of the nominee. Meri wethers qualification, for 'he post, which were seriously questioned by Sen Javits Keal rig ol New York, and Sen Morse, were staunchly defended b) ^cn Wilham Robertson, ol Virginia. eh.nrm.in of the Senate Banking Ccmmittee, and by sen John Sparkman. ol Alabama, who terme: the attacks or. Meriwether "McCarthyism." and bj >• • Dirksen When Sen Ei nest Gruei Masks Demo< rat, • iggeste I that in e Meriwether \ lews h,i I in'•! %  • r !'" %  ,, • i: pointment he referred to the Foreign Relat ins < ommitti Robert on angrtlj ..kn he had made a >:milar when the Senate acted on nomina if a .lew from New York He did not identify the nominee, but 1^ believed to have refern I I Harold Lmder. newly-confirmed ehairman ol the Export Import Bank Paqe 11-A Ronald Rumack, of Beth El Congregation, and Janet Sue Rabinowilz, Beth David Congregation, respond to an address by Arthur Rosichan. executive director of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at an annual brc-akfast of delegates from religious schools here m behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Delegates also heard Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, discuss CJA's role in community affairs. ,; %  .... ,%  •• .....,-.,. %  >." ; %  •• % %  %  The Genius of Real Jewish Cooking! MANISCHEWITZ Egg Matzos by more than 70 years of devotion, totradition and pitooua experience. Baked under strict Rabbinical supemsion. MANISCHEWITZ THE B. MANISCHEWITZ CO. • NEWARK % M. J. MAIJ(Hfw|Tr Sinai Announces New Membership .1 Gerald Lewis, president of Mt. Sinai Hospital ol Greater Miami haannounced a new membership, to be known athe Fellow ol the Ml Sinai Hospital Teaching Pro am, "aimed a: bringing the communitj closer to the hospital by opening up .nine individual par ticipation "This ia completely new idea and one we've worked toward for a number t years." said Lewis 'it i., big step forward in hospital community relations "Irdivic'uals can now take a re*l part in the life of their com-' murity's hospital, and we think the rren and women of Greater Miami will welcome this unique opportunity." The purpose "i I ie m is i si and the facilities ol the teaching program I ial ,! 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'^ %  %  sriff' %  Page 2-B *. If*.it* flrjrfi'l'ir' Friday. March 17. 195] Coral Way Ladies eh ^dge to /Meet Plan Performance p the U rch general meeting oi the ,ral Way Jewish r ,.,. 10 be held Thursdaj p m al the Center, ls to in< lud< :i fil'" Passover holiday, V|!| I IS| mS •"''' di .,:; 1 Mrs I ... nen <>i s eatri 1 si s.-1 a No pi %  : d cenl w fifth day ,. fifth annual the affair will !><• repeated S noon a! '•'' r featuring -< fast-moving musical ~ : r> Month]) evening lf „j ami Beach Lodge ;:,..;. g'j B'rith, ..: ,k Algiers %  esdaj will include non and election of coming year. Jack F11 Beth Am Adult Institute \ i 1;? Education Beth A .] Analysis j 1J las al .1 re birth Temple Zotioro CoLT'y faty Saturd day Participating in a musical presentation Sunday sale spoof, and Harry SarnoKIack Raymond a, Coral Way Jewtsh Center, marking the CenSam Me.z. Mrs. *Sgj* !" ** !" e & !" *. ter's fifth birthday, are (left to rights Mrs. Ben kind and Irving Kreisberq. ihustraang the ever Soto and Mrs. Jack Raymond in a rummage ropular square dance. PTA Unit Will Hear General •To Love Our Country and be Proud of It"' will be the message oi a talk by Bgdr Gen. Lewis B. Rock. U.S. Marine Corps. Ret., on •Citizenship and our American Heritage" before PTA members at a meeting Wednesday ol the Da !e County Council 01 Parent-Teacher A.v-oc Dade Heights Rummage Sale Sisterhood ol Dai e |{< ights Jewish Congregation spring rumi sale will be Sunday from 9 a m., in from of Food Fair. 16850 N\V 27th ave Mrs. David Slomovitz is chair man. The new Miami Beach Senior High School. 2231 Prairie Ave., will be the host school for the meeting begining at 10 a.m. Gen. Rock, a tormer newspaper editor and publisher, served in World War I. and joined the U S Marines in World War II He taw combat duty in the South Pacific, holds four combat decorationand ten campaign ribbons. The business portion of the meeting v ill be conducted by Mrs Milton Weiss, Council president. Four members from the general assembly will be elected to serve on the nominating committee A report will be given on a textbook resolution study made by a committee ot the Hade county Council PTA's. Committee 1* comprised of Mrs M B Ogden, legislation chairman: MrC C Clifton. vue president; Mrs A .1 Brown. coordinator ol PTA Area II; and Mrs George W. Thorn, safet) chairman. • ChOOSC your favorite style of : HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN : GEFILTE FISH Mrs. Swart is Honored Coral Gables B 'he N'a tional Li Women is Su art at a noon in the I Club. Mrs Swart • relationat Lmdse) Hopkins \ 1 cational School and cond es in fiction and journalism Coral Gables Youth Center Madelin Irwin rodi are in charge ol roe UM Student Receives Award Miss Fheila Steinberg a Univeriitj ol Miami iournalism major. was honored with a "headliner award bj the Greater Miami chap ter of Theta Sigma Phi, iournalism sororitj al -< lunchean la-t week at the McAllister hotel Mis Steinberg attendthe I'm versit) ol Miami on a Dade count) scholarship Pres 1 •• il • le student Theta She habeen leueditor ol the student weekly new spa] r I li er ir) e dil izine If you like CHEESE iKREPLACH CHEESE Ravioli IN SAUCE THRIFTY SUPER MARKET *•*-•*•** Quality? REGULAR ... in liquid broth or felled vauca /umoo or tnark tizt portion*. 7i_ DE LUXE made with orijtocratic PIKE and WHITE FISH exclusively with homey thick, jhimmering jelled tones. Si STRICTLY KOSHER PASSOVER BAKING LINDY'S BAKERY 2127 Coral Way NO CHUWETZ SO. MARCH 30'h T H ?U END OF PASSOVER (CHVMCTZ SOtO TO *ABB! S. SCHIFF FEATURES ME ATLESS CHEF BOY CHEESE RAVIOLI &fe • HACOM SOLID WHITE TUNA 7 Oi. CAN 39 Just heat'n'eal! Hear fcimily. gue that real Italian • %  famed Chef Boy Ar D.•• Te*J little macaroni pie tangy Italian Cheese simmwi With savory tomato cheese... s easoned tl e rtil im way So much t istief ; n e.isier than the frozen kind, much thriftier, too— isti about 15c per serving! # 9 ALL KOSHER FOR PASSOVER DISTRIBUTED BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 373 N.I. 61st St., Miami, Flo. & ..ill* MMgJg *-* 'One o' fhe N.. X Oddest on • %  •• 6 M on or CHICKEN OF THE SEA HULA HOOP SALAD %  x a moist tuna salad (tho sandwich spread type, with maynnaise) Serve each scoop m a hoop (a ring of green pepper). o big. scooped out tomatoes and riog the tomato JZ)ade Federal RAVINGS and To AN ASSOCIATION 0 I MIAMI v JOUrH '.' I %  % %  • • '^ffs'acTEbubw^^^ W — %  • ^-^V^M^JUX luiuatoes ana ring tne tomato with the hoop Serve with baked potato and green beans FREE: Creative Cookery." 20 Tuna Tip, A recipes. Write (.hu-ken of the Sea, P.O. Box 2111, Long Bench 1. California. S. "-T\ I I I I I I I I I I I' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I GUARANTEED PERFECT IF YOU USE THE PRIMP FILLET TUNA, PRESSURE-BAKEO OUR OWN SPCCIAL WAY TO PROTECT Trie DEUCATE FLA/QX m)p6


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a commi-tee ot the Dade Counts
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' Ov I La>ib ha> 4 bel %  b • %  a •ra a f • e tici tad me Hi: noi mo pri i ,1 •Ah tor Mr ;ra dei poi ir.d bai ant in in the ,,li url f kift flrrMitr Friday, March 17 135 Coral Way Ladies &*och ^dge to Meet Plan Performance Uan n ei meeting ol the Way Jewish ,. ,., be held Thursdaj P m at the Center. A as to include a film Pi ifover holiday. Monthlj evening meetir of ami Beach Lodye \; yt \ g. B'rith, at the Algiers nesday. will include noni I and election of ofi< ers | • J coming year. .lack on v it h iradii n %  disand Mrs MI 01 > .,-! ims, and A the eati %  .... ,tai Beffi Am Adult Institute Adult E lucatl -:• ( the Ad %  I Minimum \K P v dai at '. a %  SI Sisterhn ,! "'' '' •' f the Waj fifth birthday In • fifth %  '• Birthda the affair will be repea • on ;| lhe l enn !• featur ng a fast-moving musical : >r> Temple Zavera Cour*y ftfrl %  %  •Mil B iz lar and I o saturd -I.r. If you ike Participating in a musical presentation Sunday sale spoof, and Harry SnoK lack Raymond a, Coral Way Jew.sh Center, marking the CenSam Met* Mrs .Harry So "^ r ^ /J^. ter's fifth birthday, are (left to right) Mrs. Ben kind and Irving Kreisberq. il.ustraung the ever Soto and Mrs. Jack Raymond in a ru mmage copular square dance. PTA Unit Will Hear General •To Love Our Country and be The new Miami Beach Senior Proud of If will be the message High School. 2231 Prairie Ave., will ot a talk bv Bgdr Gen. Lewis B. be the host school for the meetRock. U.S. Marine Corps. Ret., on mg begining at 10 a.m. •Citizenship and our American Gen. Roclc. a tormer newspaper .Heritage" before PTA members at editor and publisher, served in a meeting Wednesday ol lhe Daie County Counci Assoc. Dade Heights Rummage Sale Sisterhood ol Dade Heights Jewish Congregation spring rummage sale will be Sunday from 9 a m In a commi-tee ot the Dade Counts Council PTA'S Committee icom prised of Mrs M. B Ogden. legislation chairman: Mrs C. C Clifton, vice president: Mrs. A. .1 Brown, coordinator of PTA Area 11. and Mrs George W. Thorpe. safet) chairman. World War I, and joined the U S. oi Parent Teacher Marines in World War II He saw combat duty in the South Pacific, holds tour combat decoration> and ten campaign ribbon-. The business portion of the meeting w: 11 be conducted by Mrs Milton Weiss, Council president. Four noon members from the general asemblv will he elected to serve on Mrs. Swart is Honored front of Food Fair. 10680 \'W 27th the nominating committee. ave. Mrs. Daw I Slomovitz is chair man. A report will be given on a textbook resolution study made by • ChOOSC your favorite style of : HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN : GEFILTE FISH Coral Gables Branch ol :he \"a tional League ol v in Pen Women :honoring Mr' Swart at a lui 'daj in the Coral Club. Mrs Swart t< relations at Lindse> Hopkins \ i cational School and conducts e.m fiction and journalism at the Coral Gables Youth Centei Madelin Irwin and Mr-* rodi are in charge ot reservation* UM Student Receives Award Miss sheii. i Steinberg a Universitj of Miami journalism major. was honored with a "headliner" ,. .,rd b> the Greater Miami chapter of Thet. Sigma Phi. journalism sorority, al a lunchean la-t week ,,• the McAllister hotel Mis? Steinberg attends the I'm versitj ol Miami on a Hade county scholarship Pn the student Theta Sigma Ph i hapter she habeen thi student weekl) new spa] literary editor >>! the :ine CHEESE ,KREP>-ACH| C .CHEESE | Ravioli IN SAUCE / THRIFTY SUPER MARKET You'll love ME ATLESS CHEF BOY -AR-D E! CHEESE RAVIOLI Tops^raste Quality! REGUIAR ... in /Kju.d brorh or /er/ed ouca jumbo or %  MKfc-MM portion*. DE LUXE made with aristocratic PIKE and WHITE FISH excluiively ., with homey thick, thimmering jelled sauce. STRICTLY KOSHER PASSOVER BAKING LINDY'S BAKERY 2127 Coral Way NO CHUiMETZ SOLD MARCH 30-h TH?U END OF PASSOVER (CHUMFTZ SOtO TO RABBI S. SCHIFF la£a TE. *>>IACORI SOLID WHITE TUNA 39 Just heat'n'eal! Hear family, guests eer f*f| (I i| re il II ilian fiavc1 famed Chef Boy Ar Clittle rnjcaroni pies.. IHI j Italian Cheese s %  ~e'J| with savory tomato sau ^1 cheese... seasoned lhe I ian way. So much tastier andl easier than the frozen kind. Sol much thriftier. too-> stS o^yj about 15c per serving! 3n # 9 ALL KOSHER FOR PASSOVER DISTRIBUTED BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 373 N.E.61st St., Miami, Flo. • • 6UARANTEED PERFECT IF YOU USB £ *v A\t* IklH 4% fEt A**Uii "One o' rhe Nation s OWes' ind V 0ade Federal ^/AYINGS and foAN ASSOCIATION or Ml AMI fy iOSlPH %  I'f'T; **5ffiRB^ vx CHICKEN OF THE SEA HULA HOOP SAL AO Mix a moist tuna salad (the Mndw.ch spread type, with mayonnaise) Serve each scoop in a hoop (a ring of green pepper), or stuff into big. scooped out tomatoes and ring the tomato with the hoop. Serve with baked potato and green beans. FREE: Creative Cookery," 20 Tuna Tipt A recipes. Write Chuken ol the Sea, P.O. Box 2111. Long Beach 1. California. Te PRIMP FILLET TUNA, PRESSURE-BAKEO OUR OWN SPECIAL WAY TO PROTECT Tri£ DeUCATL FLAVOR \ V



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Pace I3-C +Jmi§t Fhriliftr Friday. March 17, Ben Zvi Fails to End Government Dilemma JERUSALEM—(.ITA —P it Ben-Zvi tried to rtaolve Israel's montn-1 crisis a to leaden of the ouigoin settle their differences and recoastitu'e {he Jormer c •• i tions as tneonlj means to en I • % %  p liti< il impass* The President madi V. iii an unprecedented joint mi of leaders of all Isra : he called afti ion panr.ers. as !).s I B< 11 Gun n formallj ... notified him he could i %  ;%  • %  vi\ i ppled b\ : Mr. Ben-Zvi bas?d his jpaea 1 on arguments that elections would be u.-.timely and divisive and would cost Israel badly-nee. d irternatisnal preslige. He aiso pointed out that elections would produce only minor charges in balance of the political strength of the parties. He propo>ed that the outaoing Cabinet be reconstituted and that the festering battle between Mr. Ben-Gtrion and his Mapai rival, Pmhas Lavon, be settled by agreement of • II parties concerned to accept as the last word in the dispute a December Ministerial Committee report. • in to l le %  .! % %  • to IUSI Mr Lai n tary general of th [istad ; • ... in>iste the blame for the and for elections rested on i.. Moshe i". 'i Achdu: \ iking for Mapam and essive Partj as well, said •.: • Mapai held the kej to soluti n f the < risis w ithoul us. He said the partj i mid have the Preship with the same partners the outgoing < alii 11 i .t replacement for Mr Ben-Gunon l'his was a report which abs lve I s Premier-designate Mr La von of responsi Minister ol Defense in L954 I r a security disaster that year \> ceptance of that would have require I the concerned to retreal from longhardened positions. Mr Ben-Gurion had made the Ministerial %  e report the basis I •• his nation He had lie. 1 :.' I thai uld not accept the reporl ton that he had den IUI The three p> in sa the> ild nol rejoin a c Mr Ben-Gurion. The National Keis Part) nd the Partj %  m I that th : > sen ing a{ V Ir but the> : • %  partner i join with then sives w li :. they h said thai Mi • %  %  • behavior in the figh made it Imi >ss m to serve under him ag lin A Mapai spokesman then reiter. ated his partj • nsiderati in of ai i : ither than Mr Ben-Gui i said dels of the ith< r lea i r am ng" to Ma I -M ferre I a i : ,vas nol • rea > o to th Prior to BenZvi's dramatic lastminute effor* a* carci'ia'ion, the Mapai had announced it would introduce a bill in *he Knesser to set elections for October or November. The other parties promptly responded they would fight for much eariier e.ections. The earliest possible date would be mid-July. The lat< fall lal 5 in line with Mapai strategj i postpone the ng tor as long as possible in the hope that the passage >i tim I make the '. ting public forget the Lavon affan I bring a rebuilding oi the pi the party lost in the bitter I • pp i sition parties wanl l hi arlii pos sible date for just "he ipposite %  < son; they war" | i ipitalize to the maximum on the lisarray within the Mapai partj Earlier in 'he week, Mr Ben Gurion had offer td to res leadership of the partj and his place as Pren to Finance Minister Let i Es ik l be acceptable to mer coaliti it rties posed to Mr Ben-Gurii n I ilapa Martin Sachs president o! the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council, prese.-.ts a check for S200 to Edward Stem coot a B'nai B'rith i • I the Combined Jewish Apj in. Proceeds were raised by the AZA and BPG I oi 3reatet Miam • the ib the. party with thre il Mrs. well that toe | %  v. • %  Bennot accept your res You s the p ills without y< %  I Air Federal Aid to Education Leo Pfeffer, ol the American Jewish Congress, and Cat spokesman Neil G. McCluskey will arjiue the issue of Federal aid to parochial schools in a nationallytelevised debate over WCKT ch. on Saturday night. The program, one of the newsmaking -enes of debates on "The Nation's Future." will be seen from 9.30 to 10:30 p.m. The debale has been titled. "Should Public Funds be Used for Public anc Religious School Students Alike?' 1 RENT A CAR from $2.50 per day %15 per wk. & mileage ch3*3 ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W HAGIER ST. Ph. FR 3-6765 WASHERS rnrr 3 months supply soap •lift FULLY GUARANTEED SPfClAl SALE $57 B T137 KW 54 ST. PL 9-6201 REFRIGERATORS $25 Up Guaranteed The Rev. Neil G. McCluskey. 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...... -&xi-< "' Pago 18-A +Jeisf FkriJ&r Friday. Much 17. lgd V L E B. L; •i hj r.c bt T a th til ta m Mi no %r m rr A I CO M tn de F>o im ba an in in th. al ur to m. inj r;i sh of a ar> dr ve Ml soi be I>a The Catholic Challenge By MAX IERNER Morocco Ends French School Pact Surely it is one for the histor) books — this spectacle <•.. [he Ca a I bishop* attacking a Catholic President because he won't s p in • iunds for Catholic schools. And the spectacle • •the i 'ie; •-• %  %  • majority leader in the House — also a Catholi' Rep. iicCvri i breaking with him on the issue And tlu proapeel I the wbt e ( lu< tion bill may be killed, u the Catholic religious leaders cairj their avowed threat Back in 1785. in Virginia, a bill was introduced : port of the teachers of the Christian religion.*.' James Ma itiamber of other,felt it would endanger the newlj emergia Out of it tame the famous "Memor I H. monstranc \ h jai R .. lous Assessments." from Madison's ?ev.. which U U the basis •wall of separation" between ehun nents jian.-: -rate aid to religion was thia1 it would I ina qaarrels. and one of the reasons tor ing < r.d s.ate was t< t..ke religion and the question of religi Madison himself believed in got aid :a! letter in 1880 he supported the plan t.on. at the public expense, of youths of parents are too poor to defray the expense What description of the basic purpose of the Kenned} schoo ing up govemmen 1 aid t % education s-'hools. President Kenned) is following in the great •-a:. Madison. PRESIDENT KENNEDY HAS TAKEN THE PCSiTION aid to religious schools is clearly unconstitutii nal Court's decision in the Everson state school est limits it would allow a state --. a schools. Obviously the Cathol hops disagree wil Constitutional lawyers back them up. The} >aj that I has already allowed state aid to go a I as. waj and th i! ar.j i< I • Supreme Court would never haw a chance to deci le th a a taxpayer suit has no standing in the courts in ehalleng ig mtionality of a federal statute The "first argument answers itself C r'.y I re na\ i and gradual breaches of the wail of separa:. ween ch vate. but when the Supreme Court has declared (as it lid : the Evereor case) "This far and no farther." :t is idle to %  -:;< the irli r roach ments as an argument for additional one* As for the second argument, about the taxpayer suits, surel) il : es not dispose of the Constitutional issue to say that the Court may no* be able to get at it: m fact, it or.ly adds a moral issue to the Constiltui >nal one. I am not a technical lawyer, but I'll bet the interest from m> last .school bond that the Supreme Court wouJd not refuse to review a case based upon the use of federal tax money for religio schools. "CONGRESS SHALL MAKE NO LAW respecting the establish !" of a religion." says the First Amendment. Speaking for the majori J in the Everson school bus case. Justice Black explicitly defined this aforbidding the assignment of "tax-raised funds to the support of ar. institution which teaches the tenets and faith of any church." What could be more clearly stated" It is time to get the whole problem straight, both in constitutional law and in basic principles of society. The argument of Rep. McCorrmck and the Catholic bishops is, of j course, that a Catholic should not be denied aid when it is given to Ron\ Catholics — that no penalty should attach to being a Catholic T.ms is clearly true. It would be monstrous to single out Catholic children in the public schools for separate treatment But remember that the Catholic Church has chosen to withdraw from the public school system. and set up its own religionsystem ol education. Tha' makethe story wholly different THE CATHOLIC CHURCH WAS ALLOWED to do this b; the historic decision of the Supreme Court in Pierce • Society of Sis ers in 1925. at a time when the Ku Klux K'.ain Oregon was carrying on an anti-Catholic campaign lr the pursu • freedom, the Court said. Catholic parents could make the choice >•. educating their children in their own schools [t was a turning poirM [lous freedom to illov bo big a split-away from the public =choo! -> st fm But for the courts to grant (he Catholic schoolthis privilege loes not mean that the people as a whole mar also pay the 'A bill, or any part of it. It is a question of making a choice and carrying through with it. I can understand why the Cathol:, bishops who n jard the wtiole educational process aa battle for the mi-. and morals in I religious faith of the young. w >uld no1 trust ecular schools with educating them. The deep commitment to the r en faith and educatio" is part of their creed A democracy mu>: them to organize their own schools in their own way. a< paof th But it ha r.o obligation to finance them, a-; it financ the publ I :ular s in fact, as soon as it begins to finance them — even par even when it is appropna: i sun I ir dar schools — :'. .> bre the wall of separation As Boon as this wail is itestants an : Jews alike should understand that the whole e I lice ol In om f>r each is threaten' PARIS-" JT.V Mor-H-co offici,llv renounced th week the 1923 nventtofl *i i the Alliance I> ae te l--.ver-i An edict puosheJ h ; ...-< r. the Official v W huh b a-the s-al of • ,:e King M '•%  me v r .. ......... the Alliance ichc ; int > the .nal educa T'-e ct reg .'-.•" r a... i-irt -*•''' I r i ur lersl "i • >i(ir iccan i re t g. ee .... : .. mg with the \rganu i t --' v "-^in h e | | :hr. an : : ulize i_ a5 Septefcc ane-H-ird of •h A ii': <, %  % %  wers irreir3--:<3 *-J th j > ** s edict ina ;J t^J '"? ii/thor ties i v r .: -_• cCi*'r..- streci.on. '-i litre* 3i n ,t L'aaablanca sent a ram • Kin? Hassan li expres. ;.ji h *Mi\>\ ihOW i |e to the Jewish ., ., • uch was ^h wn by v tamrned V. The „. a ., reaffirmed the loyal... ish community to the r.e* • ... .... | | -s.. same I Khalek "i:;


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Mark and Bertha Horowitz planning an extended trip abroad which will keep them away until the end of July They sail from New York in March on the SS Jerusalem, arriving in Israel In time for Passover They will remain there tor seven weeks, visiting relatives and touring the country, and then fly to Rome. Copenhagen, Amsterdam and Pan-, and to F.m>land for re relatives They are returning on the SS planning a world trip are Murray and Lillian vice president of the Women's Auxiliary ol Mt *"* Leaving New York on Mar 24, they will have • i\ Hawaii. Japan, India, New Delhi, Israel, Turkey, 1 '.. R \ iera, Majorca. Lisl il, before fJum •'"., jteuei • ol IM l I alais dr aba expect t 1 be out <>f Bui Sam and Sadye Kling of Baltimore, ;> ei ying their trip this verj minute h %  ce thej send •< postcard I %  I I • \ before their projected tour are the mrse, ol the Mel ropolitai \\ uh R 1 are his a< comi anis \ %  x 1 Vlexaj • y || (i.i le oi the coin, Mr and Mrs \ am J Gol l \ Y are ;.t the Eden Roc p from %  1 %  Israel Sp m 1 I Harry Goldmai l 1 1 %  bs will < %  • B4tb %  5 Satur 1 in 1904 to s the Ural Reform spu dual for 56 : ion KH). when rex. 1 11 1 vei sai % %  f Mr nd Mrs Samuel I was celebrated th a n hotel Satur d rhej |i %  1 |;vi mL< i ftrai s Sten • -, %  I New ^ ner Alex Gord to N 1 Da) ler ---.:•-. 5 Gins ym Lipsky. ol : %  •• n Barr; dsti ie man >:ra .:. \:\K.I -. j'.i • \| her nephew Ch wife, -• as : : segui sts He'll h.graduating from eva, N Y in (he spriajg, ui thought a lutle • banish the thought ot all that snow they • %  U Ifson, dental surgeon in the New York State here with his lather. Dr Abraham il the Spinoza Outdoor Forum Young Dr • in the Beth Sefer I\n Kiali. Haifa, and then I s and studied at New Y"rk University, the I 111 %  inia, graduating from the University of PittsHis son, Holier,an '1 nor student in Blair v >l doctors, Dr and Mrs Leonard (Doris) Frantl ith them recently when all three children, twins an Melissa \nn. 6 had : %  leel nies on • %  %  I %  %  • %  i I %  %  v third daughter f<>r Mr and Mrs N irman RossNancy Ann, born Feb 21, joms p .:,, 1 inda grandparents are the Ralph Goldsti 1 the) are Sady< and the lai Norman Rosstime are Helene an Ulen Suplei ti Lory born Mar I at Mercy i: She's Iparents, Mr and Mrs \i thur Saliu Kra %  Business and Pr • in ol Sharon foi U Mrs". 1 in ol ner Irei I Im a 1 E G 'i.i G 1 B< '1 has a Paul E. who kson Men -. 1 Parents are Mr mat Ni \.-. Grand I Newi ins ..... H Isle, a Leo I iti ieb il 1 iti ; 1 : Hi' ,\as born Feb. 28 Had *5 %  • • Grandparents ar< '•inks Isaac Futi rni< k now 1 1 indfather n, of Faj go, N Dai .... I Ten pie Emanu El i l • >nel visit with hiaunt, Mrs B< t) Finegold, ol I. Syracuse 1 visitin Mrs Myi n eur mother, Mrs. Alfred hotel in honor ol m *lywe Ided Mrs Mai • N Y Mia) t itpatt King. B It) King, al 'heir ti '•-! Palm • art) Monday nighl for Joseph M 1 I ederal Home Loan B ml re Mr and MrMelvyn Ket .1 M Tenny, ol Se \ 8 iphn I < Ad a) Gre< 6M birthday with t 1128 N. 0 1 ppj to report to his many fri I has let; Mt. Sinai Hospital and Is recuperating 1 • ., are Mrs. Nate Irene Becker and Mrs h'lmen1 ,r Dickaon, vice presidents t the Florida Bran. I^sril ,1. :! '' tinted Synagogue Ol America, who spent I fc HeK v Petersburg! making final arrangements with I I"*Colon, ; r ,h '' ;,nn a eonferenc MM I" thai cit) %  a I itel on Apr. 30. May 1 and I the i4J c owian s "WorU "dfewislri FloridUan Miami. Florida, Friday, March 17, 1961 Section B Cast of the Mian ipl proler, Gladys I On chcir are Mr. 3. • • %  %  % %  Schwartz an Mrs [ >slie Bukstel. Seate M x 3; slof: Henry Peru B .. 1 liooi s Mrs. Mot Dix epl .' S v Schw -• V M plo Mrs. -. Mrs r, M.iton S ... ParAlvin Bui 1 ind '.'.. .and Mi Enthusiasm soared at the recent CIA Young Women's Division luncheon when a final tally revealed 3C0 auests increased their pledges substantially over last year's total. Pleaded with the good showing are (left to right' Mrs. Kenneth Treister. Mrs. Benedict Silverman and Mrs. Melvyn 3. Frumkes, luncheon chairmen, and Mrs. Daniel Franco member of the hostess comlee. Glamorous costumes and unusual hats were the order o! dav at the CJA Young Women's Division luncheon at the Everles hotel. Helping to mix their fund-raising with the Latest uons are left to right' Mrs. Harry Smith, Mrs. Ham/ LevMrs Myron Singer, and Mrs. Marshall Harris. Many new ... c : e enrolled in CIA at the weh-attended affair. Academy Women To Hear Review ,,..i, Shapiro, ores lent. Simon will review nducl a general meeting of "L J ^-' b > Andre Women on Wed. Schwara-Bart 1 ,waldman's hotel Program chairmen for the after M us is Journal Chairnoon are Mrs Harrj Kaplan and %  MM '-wBcrger. MIar??i Hadassah In Pi'rim Party • 'i • Al M .IM -ill ol Fl 1. • • 1 VI in Esther ted by Mrs Max S k fl impaMrs Gladys Dinitz. n the casi are M lel as Queen Esther, Sidney Schwartz aKin.: Ahasu erus, Mrs Julius Kaplan as Moran i Mrs Bernard FleiSS a< Hani.in Supporting players are Mrs. Henry Paul, Mrs Irvin Porter, Mrs Max Haber, Mrs, J > Mrs William Braunstein, Mr-. M.iton Schillman. Mrs Alvin %  :. Mr and MrIsidore Hirsch, Mrs. Monroe Dixon, Mrs, Sidnej Schwartz, and Mrs Alvin Lipitz I os umes are by Mrs. Hi nry Viul. scenery by Mr-. Harol i A I bott. and makeup by Mrs. Homer K. v man. Hollywood Ladies Slate Luncheon Mill Women oi Hollj %  their Uth annual .i m luncheon Mond j m al I 1 • Miller, come lian and re star, and emertainm< I al thi Dunes, ill be m; ter of 1 thi afternil. Enterta nment will include the nt Dorritta in a p gra South Amerii al present headlining \x.'h .1 C stello Revue, "Crj the Heal Sadie Cohei Mrs Lillian Harris are in cha I tioki I -. BB Women Slate Functions Frank chapu r of B il women \MH hold a the Biscayne Ten tel on Tuesday noon. Gu I be Miami Mayor Rob1 it King High ncil of B'n 11 Women will meet Ph ninu. Mar. 2:;. al Hillel Hous >n the Universit) of Miami cam tea Bttd coffee are in th< for members >>t Miami count l when the) meet si noon on T d^\. Mar 28. in Jordan Marsh.



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Friday March 17. 19 51 ^J^n jsf flari/jlfor ?~, urman of the CIA Mercant •s ot the division s re 5 tta Roppaport IjWY Urges WWI Vets Get Dividend By Sp': i R'^o" ... INCTON -The I wish Wsr %  i \ this week ., • Kenned) to re's for World h :• %  -in the form edial lividend • irmslly kept I fa policy and 'tei i >-." dividend I the policy hoi ler it( t to Pr -sld mi Kennedy |bv nati .• • director of JW\ J i ph !• Barr. JWV urged lymenl ol i the insured, il .i specisl ol ld %  ge Some 15 percent 3* these poli: el Ear r peinttd 3-* 'are *nI'-tr form 0' 'er~i insurance. i" the cost i> ss great that r-'iny 0' 'he'.e rfirre'eh their rt beyond ,l, e b'ea* ng point leel the cc> A *oec;al divithese men '-" -'-' • ate Barr cite i as pi cede such Is in the V i %  vernmenl I :. %  Insurai P 1 n in t two under the Nation Sen c Life Insurance Progra n Barr commended Pr leu Kenned* for hiital AJCongress OK's Dr. Prinz Views By Special Report -. V al G •' %  ing 1 the .A 1 k said it nghi of Dr %  •. • 5 views fi 'in the irm : \ K ongress, .1its pr : [or the irpose ol prompting 1 discussion "t a vital issue in Jewish in .1 resolution, the organization's policy-making body noted that ui ii his addi %  -to the or;anizatior • Governing Council in Philadelphia last month un the status an t futi 1 %  il Zionist 01 zations Dr Prinz ha I sai I he was pu ling 1 irward onlj his owi not those [the V.ll • %  %  P mei • I mil the \ >re >s to h II re iffirmed the d %  %  • sti %  thai Israel • rviv; growth are 1 ol Jew ish here for w horn Israel affords ai ustori ipportung of the • .,• I ins< iousness t of the Jew %  ; the moral and it mankind "The American Jewish will a->i>: the people ol Israel '•< develop in freedom, security and peace, and will promote mutual understanding and cooperation between America and Israel and between the Jewish communities of both lands." the resolution quoted the constitution ot AJCongress as declaring Realty Awards Given Tuesday j Winners of Dale ani Broward count) "aaosl human u in reel estate transactions of I960" were e I al the • r I innual awards day lui v -" • 1 h .. • %  y IK 1 tiers receivi fotal .' 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r Jewish Floridian rTioiida. Friday, March 17, 1961 Section C • the "p:son-tc pet.-cn" plat %  • Iwi .dents abcut ll .•::.• odqes. Sh< al meeting cm Clefl to tiqhi Louis Lieben berq Max Friedman, Dr. Isaac Unien : %  •. R( senst< Frank Gets Demo's Award rd \ ':•. %  |r • • %  standing Beach" for I C1 lb of v as pre* la luiing itit' club'< .s !,.^i week I Chi • awards i omnul I M ft ilman Louis H iHwerai.m ,,.. the presaCtfaiaBO. TN nstalled presiIdem •> u< k .. r.ci executive 1 rr.tr.tLevy fur their third II T I Dutch) Shu lirr.r.i: toastmaster, with I Richard I I,cr stein a> gUCSl Ol borer ring the i na Burma India Theatre tai r-d ,j 111 nl %  atlle Councilman Frank has ben a member of the Miami Beach City Ceunol for ten years. He • • native Miamian, having •raduateo uom Miami Beach Hijh School in 1933 n6 the Unirsity cl Miami Law School in HN. %  in-i rved in attaining the i ank Gables BB Lists New Officers I. nai B"rith, this I3tti anniver%  following new and members "t Fra I i'*d Mum.ip.il Court ludgi • 1948 and reapp i I -.{ in ISM I (or .i two \> .ii lei m Fol lowing I *"o :< rms, he w ••> elected to ihi i"::> Council, and has served continuously since then. Himany citations over a period of >. %  :> include the Junior chamber of Commerce Hood Government Award, the i960 Award for Mentonus Service lo Youth, and Pn wdent's Council >' Miami Beach CertificaU ol Appreciation "for service to the entire commumtv rlistadrut Exec Speaks to Miami Campaign Heads Isaiah Avrerh, international rep esei tat \ c ol the cxe< utive board Hisladrul in l-i. i ir Ihe I nl%  I si.i-i and • 'anada, \ isiti d Mimi iv llj %  nneciion v ith he unit* ; %  mei tin ol the cxecuol he A! i.' I 1 1 w •• |i in Miami, he was guesl • eting "i the exi curive board • Hi adrul cam%  hotel. An %  • rapid devel nee the n 19 %  •'• nd the major pla>ed Hi tadrul i ns ol lrai I dui ing this part in < ation. and the igrants II liai \ v., thai cutiv< mi i th< M-'l. ( 10 adopted a .. • • • th< < stab h. • • H %  • it of a trainns r in Israel Mi \sian • |i ai i •This Institute, which was brought into being with the assistance cf the American labor movement, is considered one of ihe most successful undertakings c? the free labor world in assisting newlyeme, jirg countries in Africa and Asia to train their communal leadership." k< r congratulated Mosh lie nan, dire* toi ol tho Histadrut ami aign in Miami, on hi* 60th birthday and greeted Moshe Levin, Al>*Wernow, Irving M. Sachs, and Abram Fox ftvrech is a member of Israel ii legation lo the loth sesden ot •li,I nited Nations General Assembly, and ui 'h lea thers in atti en given .. join surci Le\ in, a \' v Yoi K : i -.idi .' atti ..: %  n| S '! Kern ai d Leo ; n sidi nt Sol Bo g secretary El : ding anlej Wasser, ines; Sam Kratish, > thur Paddor, mom rkin, guardian; and A. ml, ii. lees are sul Fa Ik, i i Stephen Lubow, Dave Linn, Irving Matlin, Sam Me) Uillstone, Paul Ruttafleld. Schreiber, be '• %  h Smyler and Sam *"ol Fireman's Ball Flreman'a Ball was at Bayfront Park Kiph! 0r '" n n s -'"""'lay night. "A I Sultan's Palace." pro' %  > lack and llarilya Nagle, an Oriental re v ue 9 p m I>;.ncint; was | \i ri than $1 n gifts (o •'. vers %  |. : bli au h< terenci of the i i ican Friends of I versil e to cess R m ol CU v< land inc Tl i iffically a n.dioi i i • %  aise $1 sj ti mplcti .i in campus at Givat Rai .i i isali m • iburb The oi; i Hcbn \ L'I %  i "• campus ;;, i \i: s, opus a CUl <•!! fr m Israeli territory during the War ol Liberation in 1948 49. Several new members of the Society cf Founders, individuals who have contributed S25.0OO or more to Israel's first and largest university, were initated at the Sunday reception. An address by Or. Bernard Casper, dean of students of Hebrew University, and the world premiere of a new film n the institution, "The Highest Commandment," highlighted the meeting. Endowment of a chair in child psychology through a gifl of $150,0(io was announced by three partners m the development ol Park Forest, a Chicago -uhurb Nathan Mam!' \. who lives in Miami Beach and Park Forest, joined with United Nations Minister Philip M. Klutznick and Sam Beber, both oi Park Forest, to make the contribution. Science Fair At Academy rhe Hebrew Academj hel I its second annual Junior High School Sc i enci Fair in the anm x v v! Miami Beach Moi e thai 85 projects < n on dj S | laj :. •' e coi rid r for students ( .f the i lementary and junior high departrm nl The projects, ranging from the studj ol hereditj and g< netics lo fluid dynamics ol the \ ariabh ol slate, wi displaj l emy parents and to 'hi Donald K iss. Mrs. Milton M.mnheimer .\:\(\ Dr Maurice L Laszlo Faculty advisors are Joseph Ackner, chairman of the Aca lemy's Science department, and Donald Swartt, %  • sistanl principal ol the English department. Levn, who had just checked into Ihe Fcr.tainebleau, calmly followed his namesake's 5350,000 announcement with word that he was contributing $250,000 towards the dental school campaign of Hebrew University. li iiial announcement ol the den lal gift actually had been made nonth ai .1 New York dinni r in Levin's honor one foundei plaque, on hand to be given to the Maurice Levin of Miami Beach, was presented lo ihe two, both of whom stood up when Ratner asked •for the real Maurice Levin." Dr. Casper told the assembly of national leaders •spectacular strides already have been achieved in preparing the Nege\ tor the settlement ol 1.000.000 persons in the next deead His report followed by less than 24 hours a statement in Israeli Minister of Education Abba F.ban lure that the governm. m ot Israel regards the settlement oi the dessert region ol southern Israel .is its primai) project oi the momenl "Experiments in fact already have begun in connection with finding water, mineral resources irri1 gation lac ilities and other new s-,.-\ opportunities lor settlemenl ol tl million expected in the In 10 .. ..1 ahi ad," Dr Casper "Perhaps 'he most notable ol all : %  s in this dire< lion is ; "' ro manti: und rtakini ol one ol our Dr Michael Even-Ari 1 man ol 1 ur biology deparl 1 he,\> ith a team ol his colleagues and n > arch workers, Dr II Vri lias been unearthing '• 1 h 1 ireful and paintaking research the methods by which agriculture was successfully iced in the Nege> arei 1,600 yearago by the Nabatteans. "f Lei Rhode's or rf e H P Son ,e"n^ bl Moyo, ol Miami feoch D. Lee a^eTd do^oTes"i. isioel ,o, An,e„co„ S ,uden,s ,he,e. Beth Torah Congregation will hold a Passover Seder on Friday, Mar :u. 7 80 p m conducted by Kabhi Max v Lipschitz. spiritual leader ol the congregation, and ICantoi Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Einstein Grads At Jax Hospital Norman L. Gottlieb and Jack L. Katz. class ui i960 graduates of the Albert Einstein College ol Medicine oi Yeshiva University, are in1 ning at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The two New Yorkers are among the '.to medical students who received 'hen medical degrees al the second commencement ol America's firs! Jewish-sponsored medical school. Dr Katz, Ol Queens. >, y., is a graduate ol Columbia Dr Gottlieb, of Brooklyn, earned his undergraduate degree at Brandeis l ni \c i-iiy



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11 '.-r 'T^ vl Pace 10-A *Jei§t FkridHar Friday. March 17 Young Scientist Volunteered Life Continued from Page 4-A cation, possessed the enlightened liberalism to select appropriate selections from the Old Testament to read in honor of the expedition's only non-Christian. Bond Board Will Be Entertained Member* of the newly appointed Israel Bund board ol governors will 11 entertained at a dinner at the I a e i I Mr and Mrs Irving Miller, 2305 Lake ave., Sunset Island P>> ;;. on Sunday evening, 6:30 p m. will be the first meeting of th. members oi the board of govi rs inted by Samuel FriedI. d. • %  chaii n n ol the Greater i Bond Committee. k \ i antor, chairman of the i .,' %  il g< \ i rnors, indicated that the dinner meeting will provide members of the bard an opportunity '"to metleisarel) and formulate baMC plans for the Bond campaign, particularly the Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner in mid-May." The .May dinner will be the oci :on for the official inauguration cl Fnedland and the 1961 bond leadership. cantor said "that the dinner Sunday evening will also welcome the new bond director, Dr. Aaron K.i han. to Miami." Services at Miami Hebrew Milton Weiner, presi err <>i MiHebrew i ongregation, announces that guesl Rabbi Abraham Levitan and guesl Cantor MenRoth, formerly of Israel. %  I] than; the Passover services. Rabbi David Rosenfeld conducts classes in Bible stud) and basic .: daism everj Thursday night in 1 • assi mbly hall. L'KOVED PESACH New and delicious! L %  tr,: WIIHO i KOiHft STJUMI <**** OP ILNO KOSHER PASTRAMI all WILNO PRODUCTS are Kosiwis ton PASSOMiH i SE Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Koshruth Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Firsl Sgl David Bramard. a touzh regular army topkick. paid render tribute to Israel. He wroti "afveryene Milils friend, He had no enemies, His frankness, his honesty, and his noble generosity of naterc won the hearts oi ail bis companions. His unswerving integrity during these months of agony has been a shinsample ." Whin Greely and the other -urvivors wen rescued, a touching liter was sent to Mrs. Tillie Isn On a sad day in 1884, Kalama: lags e re at half mast Every business was closed. More ;har. ." %  i stood revert ntlj al I !. bowed hcidAn \ rican 1 caski Maj or council numbers, polici and fire de i nts. ... :c r< ups ncli din i the local !' -.. : B'rith lodg, and an honor lar I [former universit) classmates formed a procession to the Israel residenci The Detroit Free Tre-s reported that "the services were conducted by Rabbi Ignatz Mueller of Cincinnati acci to the ritual of the Hebrew faith." The Mayor announced a mom cipal resolution of tribute and delivered a moving e ulog y in the Hebrew cemetery. •TtfTIKe funeral was conducted so quietly and without any bands or music was in deference to wishes of his mother who is loved by all classes of the community/' the newspaper then reported. Gen. Greely rejected racism, was even opposed to the massacre of Ind a "ding to diaries discovered b> Todd, The General, and the entire expedi value Israel on '" .i~ a skilled and i dividual Wh< n thi n vas I k b> the marly, i 1-: iel. a i-hether men oi G -' sun ivi nger, Gr< i inked t a* ick. Ti :> 's Ai. • eatl i r si an pail I N'ATC 's ; forecas am i II > Greelj lsrai the others led to the I S Wea ther Bureau. Israel's d d. through piojieer rest i on that now-obscure Arctii •o op< n the way to a i frontier. ;" •. • • incoming president of Distr.,., 5, B'l Women, hes hei cast autographed by leaders o< the B : Youth Organization (ollowuig two months oi iaactivil Rt ich crccked her cnkle in three places while heknnq c recent B'nai B'rith youth conference Flcmki Reich ere Lee Sandier leit president oi the Fierce AZ' Reich; Sheila Sandier president. District 5 BBG e: Sachs president ot the Gieatei Miami Youth Ccu V.ti vcm. Mrs. Mis. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER! 000( SOUR CREAM TEMF'TEE WHIPPED CREAM CHEESE. The cream cheese ,n a cup :o vr*ble-4t's incrediblt Spreads instanth tvuj i cold —and won t break nidUub! BREAKSTONE'S SOUR CREAM. Superb with salads, chopped abl v orcottagecheese perfeVt "topper" for Minted delightful in borscfit! I angj topping for baked potatoes .*• %  JHflK BREAKSTONE'S COTTAGE CHEESE \ hm. r„ t ,M.n, ,ar R e curd cMSsffi O^X^^^ '£71 ( urd. Superb ,n salads, mam JSes. si* KS^SS^^ BREAKSTONE'S SWEET BUTTER. Print of I "wcaever type you prefer (and mii\ bonu • ;,l> %  njoj butter al its best—when it'i breakstones MAKE EVERY PASSOVER MEAL A FESTIVE MF\I u,rr ALL CERTIFIED "ttQtfiER L'FF^ u. ^^^f 1 ^^ FAMILY OF FINE DAIRY 1 RABBI MCOB COHEN, SPRING VALLEY, NY. PRODUCTS.



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fyday, March 17, 1961 +Jfmistifkrkte*n Page 9-A Court OK's Telecast of Adolf's Trial CHARGE SHEET HAWN PAGE U< JTA nans should be of a commensurate r.a> televise Ihi proceedings I the ture or neoming T .. \dalJ Eich%  • %  • %  %  < %  u ,. this week 5 ,h <' *• %  •• • : .: next • %  : • COU I R ocrt %  • i %  !l : lm. • %  ''• :•( L ; %  ill • : .-• %  .' • %  %  • Lar.i ;., • crrt's %  • %  < • • • the The decision fp lowed a visit to t.'e by lh three ii/dges, 'ustice Landau and District Court Judes Einyamin Halevi ard Yitzhak Raveh. The court's rvllng cencernej only the principle cf t*ieviting 'he proceedings, bvi oid D: con-on rhe question ef whether CXCUrSivt kinesccpe h s cud fccgiven to Capital C.t es Eircadcasting Company, an Amir can f:rm. • I %  %  da rector of ihi | nOV 16 Miami Woman's Club at *he annual B I teacher, Rore M. Robin 2250 SW ?"• s accordionists. Le:: to rfr*h1 ae Hem Norman Roser. Johnny Seidmcn. and Alit Res: • •• %  •• %  ervi tent's Fren Infon .. erected th htre >hM the i %  • %  • In >t firm Mas • iven ex lusive : % %  % %  : %  the filming in order to held Psvrc the widen po sible dutri' s wide i ublic lion %  | the proceedii gs of the ,,r "' '• h publicitj trial, in view cf its great moral and | educational importance. He said the American firm would make the .entire him and tape available in lull, without censoring or cutting he nia:orial The concessionaires. he said, were doing this as a publicservice and would contribute all profits to a charit) designati d 1 : %  Ihi : i tel Gi vernment. ras learned that at the re' :,,s ol : atin American broa i firms, the trial proceed. ul • e made available dai y Spai ish nd Portuguese transin addition to the officii I I ..ish. FK nch and German trari ations from the Hebrew. Ti e ilj proceedings will be full) rec< r !< I "fn m avt l to gavel" by can i d and noiseless equipment whi-h was demonstrated to the press this wei k "Let all who are hungry come and eat" ^W again... t he words of freedom, hope, warmth, unchanged through the generations. The Seder is rea dy, the afikoman set aside. The *inc cups are %  •fed, the kitchen brims with promise. The chil* wen, drubbed, hungry, curious, solemn, wait. N w A little voice, anxious, speaks up big and c ^*r. Wherefore is this night distinguished from GOODMANS OV|lt Hit h'JTf^Q MATZOS f&ft **&!£'* ell other righui And, vith the old. old shared re> $Don$ei...the deep family feeling, tradition COmcf alive once more. For generation?, the Goodman ramlly has served this tradition proudly, vith the finest Passoveff >fatio$. AH strictly kosher... supervised by Rabbi McndclChodrovandotherUndin^orthodQxrtbfn'U A. Coodmm 6 $o, Inc., Lol l*Umd Cttft N. V. • Squirt M*H...ROimd T<* MafcMaa.Ejf MfM#...MtfM Mt* ^a n .* tin



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fJentst ncrid&n
Friday. March 17
Jewish Philanthropy Raised $128 Million in '60
vey entitled. "Jewish Communal
Services; Programs and Finances."
prepared by S. P. Goldberg, direc-
tor of budget research tor the
CJPWF. It summarizes major de-
velopments in Jewish communal
services and analyzes the pro-
grams and finances of leading Jew-
ish agencies
The total raised by federation
campaigns since the end of World
War II ii946-l!60> has exceeded
52 billion, the survey notes These
fund- were contributed by more
than 1.000.000 donors and were dis-
tributed to hundreds of local ser-
vice agencies, national organiza-
tions and oversea- agencies Tens
of thousands ol volunteer workers
were involved in the campaigns.
The largest single beneficiary ol
these campaigns was the I'mted
Jewish Appeal, which received
more than 90 per cent ot its income
from them. Its share of the 1959
total amount budgeted (the most
recent year for which complete
figures are available i came to 61.6
, per cent. This amounted to $44.6
million from cities other than New
York: it received an additional
$18.5 million from the Greater New
York I'JA campaign. Complete
returns for i960 are expected to
show that the I'JA received ap-
proximately $6o million from the
federated campaigns.
American Jewish philanthropic
agencies had about $96.5 million
available for total overseas Jew-
ish needs in 1959. This compares
with $82 million in 1958. About
four-fifths of the total was used
for philanthropic programs in
Israel, the balance mainly in
NCCJ President
Entertained Here
Mrs. Robert Z Green entertained
at luncheon in honor of Dr Lewis
Webster Jones, of New York, pres-
ident of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, on Mon-
day.
The affair was held in the Louis
Philippe room of the Fontainebleau
hotel
in Harold Richter will dis- Guests included recipients of an-
ii- "PassoverIts Significance nual Brotherhood Awards from the
Its Practices" on Monday, 9 Florida chaptetr of the NCCJ. or
\> iii lor the adult education group from other brunches m the I S
al Beth Kodesh. Mrs. Green, together with Jus-
tice Stephen C O'Connell, ol Talla-
hassee, and Louis F. Wolf son. of
Miami Beach, was the recipient
ot the Silver Me lallion Award at
the recent Brotherhood dinner Her
husband was similarly honored in
New York ten years ago
By Special Report
NEW YORKJewish federations,
welfare funds and community
councils raised a total of $128 mil-
lion in 1960 for local, national and
overseas Jewish needs, the Council
ol Jewish Federation> and Welfare
Funds reported in an annual re-
view of Jewish communal services
just published here.
i Greater Miami's Combined Jew-
ish Appeal on Wednesday an-
nounced a total of $1,150,000 thus
far in the 1961 CJA campaign
Ed.)
In addition, some S55 million was
raised by non-local agencies out-
side ol the welfare fund alloca-
tion*; another $24 million came
from non-contributor sources such
a- earning-, fees, subscriptions and
nv estments; and $41 million was
realized Irum the sale of Israel
Bonds
These sums add up to a guarter
of a billion dollars per year. In-
cluded in the figures are the in-
comes of the federations and wel-
fare funds and national and over-
seas service organizations. They
do not include non-contributed
income of local service pro-
grams.
The sum raised by the 216 mem-
ber agencies of the Council. $128
million, compares with $130 7 mil-
lion raised in 1959. a drop of 1.5
per cent. It represents an increase,
however, of 3.8 per cent over 1958
when the federation campaigns
toalled $123 3 million.
These and other figures are m-
cluded in the annual CJFWF sur-
Voice Call for Tuesday
Dr. Arturo di Filippi. in prepa-
ration for next season's two op-
eras, La Traviata" and "Turan-
dot," has announced a call for all
Voices, mezzos, sopranos, ban
to es and tenors. An audition will
be held on Tuesday, Mar 21, 8 pm.
at 823 SW 29th rd.
North Africa and Europe.
The total income from the sale
ot Israel Bonds was over $470 mil
lion in the ten years from 1951
through 1960. 01 this sum, over
$400 million worth ot bond- was
sold in the United States
Thirteen overseas agencies other
than the United Jewish Appeal
showed an income ol 524.5 million
in 1959 compared with 5228 mil-
lion in 1958. The largest sum ias
raised by Hadassah. j'1 : milion
The Israeli institution- ol higher
learning, Weizmann Institute, lie-
brew- Universit) and Tcchnion.
raised about ST.4 million in Vmeri
ia in 1959. In addition, all three
institution- received grants from
the Jewish Agencj tor Israel, a
beneficiary ol the I J \ and trom
the I-rae! government
Local sen ices received i S32
million from central communal
sources in 1959 I iting pur
pos'-. compared with
the year before, All local fields
ot service except refui
-hared the increase in all cati ns
National agercies had re-
ceipts of $60 million in 195. in-
cluding 55.7 million from fede-
Kabbi Richter to Speak
tut ci. io..:d novtna
B-k rtf van Lines to West Coast
SAM LEVITEN, Agent
loci & long Distance Moving ft Storage
^ Full or Part load
Free Estimates
FR 9-7654
ATLAS MOVING 4
STORAGE
WAREHOUSE
DAY & NIGHT PHONE SERVICE
Rabbinical Program Sunday
"Still Small Voice," television
program sponsored b) the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Assn., will be
hosted by Rabbi Morton Mala*. -k>.
spiritual leader of the Israelite
Centei. on Sundaj. 10 a m ovei
VVC'KT eh 7. Guest will be Ronald
Katz. Youth director of the I-
raehte Center youth group, in a
discussion of "Jewish youth."
FLORIDA'S FINEST (AMP
HORSEBACK RIDING,
WATER SKIING,
- SWIMMING
IVIRY DAY
PM
BOYS nd GIRLS
5 TO IS
Full Camping Program
^^^ Friday Sabbath Serv.ce
in tire kith Oftd lakes of Nso
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST
WHIP apj DIRECTtP R, .^Z mKJBm"
ration and welfare fund cam-
pagns. The five major national
Jewish community relations agn-
cies and the National Community
Relations Advisory Council re-
ceived over 57.4 million, com-
pared with So.9 million received
in 1958. a rise of 7 per cent.
The national Jewish hospitals re-
ceived more than Si" million in
1959, but onl) a fraction ot this
I gU'n 5] 11 SO* came from the
federations a : ire funds
Somi agencies ra
over S16 N, about $638.
ooo ,,: from federation
allocal National religious
agencies had ceipts >f 124 > mil-
it mal sen-ice agencies
had i f $1.7 million during
Ihe imi peri 11
the Burvej
I i the l'J60 edition
Jewish Year-
book
The Counci' o* Jewish Fede-
rations anc" Welfare Funds is the
national association of 216 united
Jewish fund raising and welfare
agencies These central com
munal orgarviations, represent-
ing over 95 per cent of the total
Jewish population of the Unite*
Stales and Canada, innu,
ra.se the bulk of .11 ZSg,
Jewish philanthropic funds
local, national and oversea* JaZ
ish needs.
The Council provide- central
services for its member agencies
in fund raising, community organi
zation. budgeting, planning fa. I
health and welfare services, pe,
-onnel recruitment and campaiga
publlcit) and community
tation.
K^cicncc
By LINDA COHEN *; >
I
Sc ence
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It can tell
yO'j how you talk aid :
how a I
is you how birds can I
ll *ells you how far is h 3
There are many ore thing
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waiting lor the Sedar to start UnTjoe nd & ,$ "MT *""** """"^
family together Grandpa looking IkV k.n. SUfl**",,**'"",e ,h "**<
him Grandma hied after baking* wS.7S ^ft ? ch" **
called her the Kttf.ush and the?, m, TnZ V,US Xft "' quttn- he
with Grandpa s voice ringing out ove' all ih, lT. hlf tT J* lhe '"*"' P**"
even the bitter herbs lasted so good ',he **"* alm<> <'
pelled to ea.,. otherwise wecS notShe hd ft* S"ng "
then the me,, nobody, Bt noW^'S cook 2.^ 'P "? M" w,,er nd
ate and then the "Itadiei" Bfc^JSSssSPS-" "' a,e ,nd
wine and the opening of the door and the s,n,.L!h^ nd more cups of
frightened the whole family by appeanng a, f^^!"[* M ">' m*one
wh,ch the second half ol thHand*VrZX %Ci ^' ^ "',lw *"
men, mSm^m HHt mSSSni^SSSt^ ^ '
MEYER H. ROBINSON
Broadcasters to Convene
Florida Assn. of Broad*
1961 annual convention will 1>, nc^
June IS to 17 at the Se\
rver 130 Florida broadi
expected to attend, act
Lee Ruuitch. FAB pre.
WTVJ executive \ ice pre
general manager.
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Tnday. March 17. 1961 JtmM Fkricfiair Pcce 11-C Eichmann Charge Shest is Drawn jgRl SM.EM—(JTA>—The detailed charf.i shed against Adolf licbmaBn the CeMa.no colonel who directed the extermination of >omc npi -s. was .submitted to the Jerusalem D^jnct Court this weelj^ rt u.l! now be formed of two diltrlcl court judge* under the „I a Supreme Court justice. presumablj Justice Mosht ^ chi • h,ot llke tne docu tuhmitted Feb. 1, lists is erties were those of individuals, of Jewish ccrmunities end assets cf Jews murdered in German-occupied areas in Eastern Europe. I ntil shortly htfrre :he end ol tht war in 1945, tr.i freight trains which i nni •;•((. th< \ ictims to e* termii i camps and ghettos* back to Germany id with despoiled properties and also such parts of the bodies • r the deportations fnr .,., lion" "of partner-' : victim* as hair, gold tech. personal ef' %  • :•; < •"'u< the charge ;b( %  i prosecution witnessrs evidence directly • chmann'i claim in that he was re stein, hea Council of Elders in the Theresienstadi concentration camp -o forbid births and interrupt pr< es In Berlin :n 1942 Eichmann devised measures never gave anj < \ rden The charge sheet accuses the U-veir-olo Naxi of hawing given -struct. OTS "r extermination German d-reetly to local Ges•IBO com-nanders." In occupied i-as o' Europe. Eichmann is ac:.sed c-t acting through com-jnders et the Naii security poce. He is specifically charged ..th directing commanders of -e Auschwti murder factory to .* the cas known as Zyklon-B •mil mmates and in 1942 and CJ4 "the accused obtained a BtMntih, .,DP' of the gas for the :.rr:sf sf exterminating Jews." mixed mi with the ir.ti i. estroj hi Jewish people. according u :h< chargt -heet The crimes against humamtv lisi Ihe the pro] of millions ol .tews residing in German] and th< occupied coun tries Mi a sun listed in thi charge -lit! lor thipurpose ir.eluded "hi establishment of a central authority lor the emij Jews in Vienna, Czechoslovakia and B< ri n even before Hitler launt • • War I! in w;<9 un er whit were trans ferre I inj Hundret ;h usands if oiding to ihe chare* -• 1 1 en forced l The i harg< sheet ..--< rts that the • • ved to G< rmany on rdt r> 11 Eichmann and of others acting on his orders The \ as) robbery was re' fact 'hat in the 635 vvai • -i .n which the loo: was • at All ion': the following items were found 348.820 • mei dress.: rs oi men The loot at Auschwitz was even greater than this, the charge sheet disclosed, because 2T ohSer Aus-c hwiti warehouses were burned by the Germans before they retreated from Poland in January, 1945. Eichmann was accused of personally devising in his Berlin office in October. 19-12 sterilization measures and of stating that application of such measures was a condition ol :-< right to remain within th area gov rned by the Reich. Th chargi sheet noted that ••' %  ; er Nazi authoi es favored deporlatior • that cast i; FOR A.. >' V %  I.I -—— 1...1-1 sti. t.< lurecg iv II' fy • — i ,< .heet lists six of tl x GOIflg tO L.8Vel3nti7 as the most tin. rrj ing out the • E uropean Jews %  -v hw it/. Chelmo, Treblinka, and %  I] of Ihe | i • • solution of the bj the Nazis list%  i %  %  are instruc • to a Dr Ep• other et %  The properties stolen from the Jews in Pc'ane during 1942 and 1943 we-e nominally valued at 200.0:0.OC* r-rl e // rest re. Supert -. c 1 %  c %  • %  oN %  f j/l at the and "• *> ,, BATHS iLi For ba.u^'ul color r-rc^c. ^%  y^ ,;• R. E. MvEecUoi 6*nral Man9r THERMAL WAtER BATHS m*" 1 1 %  ii ii ii %  • '; %  i n a ft 77 III" 1 t • I ES tl II %  I %  'f %  • I HI %  I It" 1 • t aMIiriS %  • •" % %  r i ji | |aj| il II i n i • > I B HOT SPRINGS r FLORIDA HOTEL COU RTS EL RANCHO S, %  • %  5e" g T %  fr "S V v -. ; & Hea'ed % %  :•: C~: d scvice v itl •. • s 7100 Nebraska Ave. !\\ / J. S. 41) TAMPA, FLA. <2 FREE V\rite for .iterate* One! new TRAVEL GLI'E liit.ng Fine mo*el '-orrcocjt to cooif, injected ond approved rv Conf -eu cf Motor Hotels. COMING TO NEW YORK? Stay at this modern 25-story hotel. Large, beautifully furnished rooms with kitchenette, private bath, from $7.00dai!y,double from $10.75. Two rcom suites from $14.50. LOWER WEEKLY & MONTHLY RATES NO CHARGE for children under 14 shoring room with parent. a" V W conditioning end television available ^BEACON Broadway at 75th St., New York Oscar Wintrob, Mana$ing Director jM



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IN' Mi 'It I>\ Ki rill KNH1 %  vtt.in. > f.u \. 11... 1 1 Ifo in .^ Supi'iv ..f Florida, li NOTICE UNDER •f I'XKi TTIVK SKI: VI' I'ounty, intends to n • *i"i the Clark of ihe CM "' I aile Count V, %  lull.In .VKWAT 1'NIMtK.M* Tr 7?.. 7 SIPl'l.V OP I-T/'HII'V. IN' MORTON K.iTHKNPKK.; Attorney Cor Kaway cnlform "" Supply „t Florida, in.. ; 3 l.--'



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Page 1&-B +Jenitfncrici&n Friday. March 17 Eichmann Film To Open Here Adolf Eichmann. portrayed by is the man charged with having Werner Klemperer in Samuel Bis-' administered the Hitler murder choff and David Diamond'."Operprogram which led Dr Raphael ation Eichmann. %  opening on Lemkin to coin the word genocide Wednesday at the Olympia. GaDefined as "extermination of a bles. Beach and Shores Theatre.-, national or racial group as a planAuxiliary Plans Being Coordinated Plan.for election and Installsdent, is working with her committion of officers of the Women's Auxree and Mrs. Harold Turk. Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital in Mu> iary pr ,jjm chairman, tor the now \H'1e re createthe port-war. l5-yar manhunt for Eichmann b> Israeli agents who capture.I him in Argentina in May. i960 and kidnapped him to trial in I-rue! Laments Play Opens on Beach • %  l he Time ol th ed Monda> evening al The Li'.tle Miami Beai h. f r a run of seven per: rices l> is the -' • %  %  %  • • ssi \ can-Italiai i have than the >mi [n : he cast r : r 11' Sandy bank. Klii Mo mej Ge< rge Es n ti Anne I: play is %  Eisenstein to Enter Politics Leo Eisenstein, Miami Bi realtor and civic worker for some 26 years, will enter the political arena for the first time uhen he files aa candidate for the Miami Beach City Council seat left vacant by Metro ComHarold B Spaet BEjgq TO DAY YIDDISH-AMERICAN Stage Show FMSJNT/MG IV PtBSON NAPOLEON REED sr\s.'no\4i s/vc5/? YIDDISH -* HEBREW CANTOJtiAl SDNGS Plus Other Acts ON OUR SCRtSS Jennie Goldstein in "TWO SISTERS" with Michel Rosenberg Betty Jacobs %  '?• 50c-Eve. $1.00 "Thank you, all my friends, tor th* umy yam have received me and my company in "I he 49th Cousin* Mental Health Film Featured 8:15 | A in Mian Mrs IV i : rds. M Florida Federation ol Women's I ':>-. will act as chairman Th,pi i ram .one ol the series offered on the third Tuesday of ejc-h month by the .: Health Societj ol Greater Miami, a United Fund Service, and the Miami Public Libran YOUR ATTENDANCE AT THE COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE WAS OVERWHELMING AND YOUR RESPONSE HAS WARMED MY HEART. DUE TO PREVIOUS COMMITMENTS THIS IS MY FINAL WEEK. MAY I LEAVE YOU WITH MY HEARTFELT GRATITUDE AND HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON AGAIN. Signed TJlvtcLtha. SkuML $ *************** HELD OVER! 7th SMASH WEEK! IHE NITE CLUB SENSATION OF THE YEAR! ,. >c\w JACK DE LEON TERRY HAVEN r GENE ALLEN JERRY NEWBY • ANNE JONES LINDA LAVlhi hw Tmr. iM u rji. orts Mi)\Dts ip i 7a?n! I Xls IKtSK JC I-I3AU %  • DOWNSTAIRS ROOM! ,-of the SEVILLE HOTEL -OCEAN AT 29th St MB, 00000040 Miemi Beach Communify Singer* t0 M4..V-AVROHOM "GOLDFAPEN '$ --.7 £)ot t'-f "•: ll SHULAMITH NeM > • & • -. e r ii 5UN.MAR.19' B :30 PM f.'.ami Beach Auditorium I'i' t, %VA$H NG'JN A\-_ .. *••. % .C ? K-. -t '""• %  %  %  • %  )•! %  'I • •'' • AUMISSlON ll-1 •• • 3*"



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LMarch 17. 1961 Pm f*,t FBcridRb fi Page 13-A W. Germany Will Assist Austria Compensation Plai • • • %  | :..;l bDUCfcfS L£J but< to an Austria J e Nazi period in L, I West Gt i vii-r.na i [, • w,, k %  r< portedly set for I 'ei i by Hem v., -t German •ter. Frani I lebrcist Speaks f 0 E d c*ors K • • • '<• II red b] I itioi Mi i •' con -:. Edll( %  % %  i included the %  M speaking .-. %  1 Night." Wt %  : G< rr an Final Brui an Foreign Minister, and / • The agrtoment provides for a >'cGerman cc-.ritwf-'on to a •c te scl l E r v i. < •.,,, for p • merits to pc hci ir ef tho I : *. ;d. Th? II C • -. : CO %  *>' ., %  leach Singers 'erform Sunday • ii the dramatic I • Maccabees," w ill be *a*d >ui da} night, ft-30 p m | i i ach Community %  Bgc-i •" heir eighth anni. peri ance at the Miami :n. c< nducted by Ben loir.ei .• i aggregation i antor Jacob Bar| as Ay -hulom. -< i rano, ai Shulr aritone, as Slo'V Ri th, mezzo sor and Boris Pnt l Margaret Yo i • thi English did I • •lit piano. • .. bj Ivrohom ( ol Shul a• '• i i ralmud %  -i : • %  %  :' • %  i CM • n tion • %  %  t ; ith< r i:... -( pro\ • that paj ments i he n on a unif. ••;. bi sis wit n;-( rin ination '! %  • restitui ments must I < • ad< t • • %  end of lfM at the lat< -• T i new draft, which received coalition part) ; to th< Gov< rnm< nt for • '< ra tion with a schtvuli CJ U r L-< by th \ %  .)--. r .. Parlia% %  :• %  no la:< r than thi I of thi I • t re I Sad S %  Fran: rev.are Mesdames Ida %  3c c• aOppsr Bennett Lee, A. B. Roseni 'h d:i ioi and Miss Essie Abrams. Not shown are s, Mis. Irvinq B. Kaplan and d row Harry Kahn. Choir made its debut at Beth He!ene bet Mrs Leo Levin. Mrs. Sholom services on Mar. 3. ";Jacob Deaenshein Mrs. Meanw hi! the neo-Nazi German 'u .i b part) pu>l la camp •his week aga nst th< S cial D mocratic part) for demanding n i d ati estal -'•. nent ol diploma lie relations between West Germany and Isi • In tre current issue of the neoNaxi party organ, Willy Brandt, the Social Democratic candidate for Chancellor in West Germany's forthcoming elections, was charged with deliberately having aroused Arab hostility against the Federal Republic. This developed, according to the publication, when Mr. Brand: said that :f his party won a majority in •he it ctions, hi won!, acl to establish such relations with Israel %  mine .!:..:• The party publication implied thai Mr Brandt, who was an exile in Norwa) during the Hitler period, was a •"traitor'' to West Ger many. The Frankfurter Kundschau, a learnng newspaper, mean nhile appealed to Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and to Bundestag Speaker Eugen Gerstenmeyer to prevent Mr. Brandt's emigration from becoming an election issue 'reyhcunds Much %  ike People r I V • thi Bis< .. 1) .. %  • %  test i %  rates %  %  i Juni II • h %  eir hum..i. • said Y ii aeteri il r and 1 > a reed De u Takes Over ^o-Pcint Lead %  moved out to • the Diamond a Kentucky after two David Jai-Alai, %  qualifying I • A! A U I i b an ; en Can Traditional at the Passover table. ,, nn ^ | rf K.i 90 yean Rokeach has been helping families t! „ wish cooking to Passover tables. Enjoy our Redi-Jelled Gefilke } sh ,., i the finesi fresh watei fish For tfu.se who like more white fish iryo rWhit. d Pike premium blend. Here's news! Rokeach Pareve Bonchi isnowexti that rich, wine) taste you love. And stock up on Rokeach< | %  ..Nyafat. honey and other Kosher specialties. Have memonil t P v wii • Rokeach-f/tc most trusted name m Jcu,>>; cooking. ROKEACH Kosher, Ready-to-Serve SPECIALTIES FOR PASSOVER



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y< a; s< F ta ai es U m at G< Bi iy %  a CO if lit rit nv • Page 12-B LEGAL NOTICE Alloy < I Friday, March 17, lgg; LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ,.,„, %  t Ah Mixing Heatei Bxl II • %  %  <.\ MU i i. I Levar A-.-> Kng I Air II.,I plosion Proof Insulating: i Latch \ i\ Exit Door Retaining; 1 Support Platform step: It Channel 8* lt< h Panel Prop Control Gang; • Strap — Main Oxygen Cyl Support; SI SpunTravel ng C an Hand Winch < oupllng Retainer: SO sleeve AMI T !" Y. ln ..II.H.iii.i Win. h Coupling; Block v i) Front Fuselage Hytl Tub( • Support; • Block Asa) — Front Fuselagt Hv.i Line Lower Support: l Joint—Navigator Dome Rubber Seal Strip B Duct Am Combuatlon ID Block Aaa) R"< Fuselage Tube Support RH Side; tt Rkx-k i;.., 1:-. lage II wl Till-.Support l.M side; SI Clipr'uel Bal in< • I*rsltj Line MI. l Block Asa) S' Door • I I' ping Support Fixed; Ro —Parti tion Support; 113 Poppel. 1 i in P ,wi i Bra< • %  Control Valve 120 Spring Power Brake Control Valve I ppei .. Valve Aaa; Mlg Cplat. h Catch \ ix Bxlt Dooi I'plntch Altai hlng: in Shin Laminate Phenoll. Ign Conduit Kiinelii • I notion Box • Plate l.ttI, r • ..ill.-. l Plate—Drain Tube Cover 4i Reduce! \s>\ Alum Allo> Wash i: ,-i i Drain Line; I Channel Partii ,n Atta. hlng; IS Washei Ele\ Ta* Spring Tapered; 21 Block Assy—Hyd Tubing Wippori Rear Fuselage; •• SupI,..I: — Tall Heater Supporl Strip I4:i Hanger Aaa> Coll Ring Flex Support: 19 Adapterside Carho Door Cyl; 3 Nul Side i 'argo I r Cyl: %  • %  n a ring -Side i 'ai go I i Cyl; ISO ,; iard All Idler Bracket Roll, r; 1 shall Fllgl Control Pullej Drilled. L'> Spring -Auto Pilot Release Arm: Brai kel Floor Be im lo Control Arm !v spi ing Vuto Pilot Rele iw ., ,,_„, ] vrn Van) Auto Pll. C mta. i Bra kel Vuto Pilot Spring to Bulkhead attaching; S Cam Ann) \ no Pllol Release; 7 Button AHS) Control Surface Snnbbar Switch ", Spring .'.m!. ..I Surface Snubbei Switch; II Plat* Control Surface Snubber Switch; t Xul Control Siiri e Snubber Bwltch; %  '< Fairlead — p IB eiag< : Cabli Aany—Auto Pllol Soring SO Cable Ass) Auto Pilot Bel-I !" i rk: Bracket l.M Outbd Flight Con" trol Fairlead; 6 Bracket—UH .' MII r--l Fairlead Plight Control FalHead; Bracket T i"la.p — l"l-i %  Shr<>Ud IS Outlet A) Heater Exit Slirou.l Blnal RH: IS IHltlet Ass) He.ttei Exh Shroud Blast Air LH; • %  *• Rollei Asa) NO I ** 'ty*"" —Kmeigetic) Snubbei Release \ai\Handle; iBracket Vsa) ; "-' Snubber Warming Tape Rollei •'•lam \vx— Ul in,I I'il-.i V ilvi SO I an v.. Wing Flap Hyd Pllol Valve; Ip., Pulie>— l-a.iinis Platform Cp I ;.,... Arm I'"Throttle Cm iro•'i'*" atlng: TO Ann Ass) Kng Mi* '..nil ..I Operating: Angli I tampr Motor M>unl. i I ittlng Anns N Heater C ,.n All '• H ndl< Km ape n I-, i, ., ". Handl. Km ape H it< %  ,; %  I. %  ,-• %  i; Panel—Side w Indshl. ll tot,., chM I.H '• %  • Pai • i Side \\ iti.l nihetlc Rubber Becaiie Hal. Ii Pllol Km loau Brace Heatei Control; 2* Rollet Awj ii ii eling Crane I "able; I Bra. kel \-~\ %  Traveling Crane Centei Ami :;: Seal—Svnthetic Rubber Knclhslng Window li.wei l.ll f, Seal Syntheth Rubber Enclosure Window Lower RH; '-"-' Seal Synthetli Rubber I pper Hnisl Support. 'Mi l. wer; : Weld vSldi Dool I • ., %  i Radio R '..',. HoiVt Strut; : B %  •• >* %  : '' Va< uum Filter All k v, ,._ Control Pullej Angle Anl M. 1 l, r Bra. k. I •• Cv.-i A> \ „ jatoi I' %  •in. Blank, i Asa) Thermal Insulation Inlnl Wing. _p| nfoi in l.lttel SU| \ ,,,. VHS< Curt KS Prop Coin S \.. Sump I Ine I l.ll F\iselng. Bra. k' Assj Sump i ine Dra n Sup RH. s • \--> Tail CombusKll. I Cuar.l Ass> ibl. >,.„.!,I vss} Batter} Afl Kml I •.,.,.! \~-> NW Steering Co\. |l I Vs's} [em: I, ru „ v-.v w ing LH ii it -I Hap '. i Di .im Ass} l.H outbd Platform >"•, % %  •" H • %  %  ^" AI m All" Li '< % %  ',''.' .. I.H %  .menl I wet /,.. I' RH '; ; %  %  K, .-. Supporl v--' | ,. \ I Brackei Aaaj v it • I lease; I \..i\e A--. \., 11 Wlpei %  li.ii l Hi v ; ,,-, i... RH ; % %  %  .. •.. : -I i.-\ !.• ..... ... Locking Kmerg*n.} Hv.l II) PHI, ; ,.,.. vir Induct • i '•!••• %  •• ting A S.i row ; • ,„.| .-argo '•" %  x N %  • ....•'.. %  I • i RH Klttli A Specia Bench and i ro Tied ,. „ v"-., w Ing RH Out Lilded • %  %  RH %  Rib F • %  %  i; .,, i,.. i ,\>-v i v ,. \--v i... H>n -....,;..,,, I.II. IN Dru Me. h Control; .'• Fitting t MJ riungee Lowe Panel Ing I'liam Stowuge, I F'itl i I IMP i • \ me Ati i Bod) Asa) III Hai lug i. II j 111 n — Prop : Mi .... Dl Mech: i Bra • %  ^* S\nohroniaei l't {{ %  •" ; ',. | i ,|i s. n. hronlaer I mt Mtg; l" tt \--\ M g I'plnti h s Till i Vss} Mlg \\ \. Ai m Cross: Cham el Alii i lot vll B—let Suppoi I Box Ii H ,,..!• A-. M i ibin >x g' n 1)1 Bracket I Panel VC Fus. \-.. All H>.l B.M.stei D Vrm nn.l \.-. Klevatoi Auto P l"l S. i \.. |2 St-rvo Ass) Kl. itm an.l R di i "viii.. Pilot I n • 'i Bi ki A--. \il Vll to P '••' S. vo 1 Main CaMl !. %  %  • s I H"t A ,, | ., Bun kel Seat Ha. k Tub. VI Vtm \:*>_ • %  %  Vir l" i" %  .. hit III !:.•.' VII Cotton ; F'lttliiH Bend Vtl hlng Bottom Supporl '• Ing Flo i \ Vll Bmokei ~. I' ,i.. s< .. %  • i Hlng .... i : F:nclosure Window Cpper Aft: 13 Seal Ass) tSeii Rev. %  rrent R. I pper % %  ;. • SM, t h.-i Rubber enclosure Winvngl. Mlg Release Bri Support v .. v.ill P t. V.. • v .l„ > •.,..-: F'w.l l.ll. ST S.-..I Synth. I.H 14 IM Vss. Tail Heat. M, |;|i iBai !'• ;• '•• ?lc Rubbe. I'n.los,,..w Cppe. valve lODampei Vs) Vctual suppo, I C.tp-A • V Pwil l'.ll "• Seal -Synthetic Rubber ||.. a ter Air Valve I sunn. Vss) tenInnei Rii Low. l.ll i w r "' Enclosure Window Pront Side l.ll 2J ,.., Wing F'uel: IS Valve Ass) -talun KM Panel l • i l.H Seal Sv mii. 11. Rubber Enclosure Window From Sldi RH; li Seal Synilieii. Rubber F3ncloi.ure Window Sid. l.ll .'7 Seal—Synthetl. Rubber Knilosure Window Sldi RH 41 s.-ai -S) nthetlc Rubbei F*n. I Window Aft Center: •:• Shield—Alum Allo) i'i-K Spray; SS Handle Pllol En. i Window l.ai. h l.H SO Handle Pilot End Window l.at.li RII: !•' Handle Pilot Kml Will.low I..H. Ii l.H: S Han.iiP lol Encl Window Laf h II u.i.ii Assy. Hear Vl#w Panel v i ip.ii III. II Latch Aaay— <"leai Vi- ', "li; ?. K. i—T-ll" InlMi:!'1 Open IHI S Handle Aas) I1U.I Encloaure Kacape Hah h I loalng 8 Housing Preiw Reg Valve Spring: !• He itlng s. ^ BON ASSI I loisl > It. I '-' Box l 'a l •: %  II"-' Swit.li •. 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II Conned \ Stab l i • %  i Vi i (head, i Support A It, ,i Pulli r Hrkt. 2 < v Stab !'• -i. • I 1-11 v --. Tail I letclng i' .. II..i iz Tall IMctl i IM>W A-H< | Bi ii K.-i i i l-'i anie I.OWel \ l.ll IT la .. k. I .IP. l • in. I l• %  • %  %  •... RII, .i I Valve • 'P-' n< ••! Anil -i. • \. I ||| II. at. K\\ I Ml|.|..l I V>>. 'I I i........ F wd; .,:.|. v--. %  %  II v .. abli Ass) > v ag. .it-' VI gning Heal lot Sw Igi >l. %  I \ going Bearing Sw .' ,i,i. A *•) Self; v Hi s .. ,,;. .i Tj p. %  "abb D p>• If Aligning B< \. — S-H Vll.'' pj ,'• '• CaMi v \ itn.ng Beai Ing Swag. • i ,|.|e \-. Self Aligi a T) p. l Cable v \ n ng B* irii Swa \-.\ Self All.:. .. v. m 1Ko-I A Vlii I' • %  itlng i.ln* :i i:."i \'•'. I p. • < %  : Link R SI ll. I!, mi AM... hhtg ..I ng 'I nu Seg;mf1 F1 \ \\ Door* Opel Sup] LH %  •'• N i %  14 K Vssj rfkrol Bin k ii Knob v-%  Mi' It. •. knob \RPM '' • I n s u la t o i %  Hi K I %  icept., %  I'opii. 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Fr.ccy. March 17, 1961
+Jenist fhridi tr
Page 7-A
Miami's Combined Appeal Reaches $1,150,000
/ by bMrinessmen As cai rove up to de-
ducted by CM liver checki edges, the days
" .. etted the i ombined .
ten .mm unced 11 :., MM had
hcen hrmii 'it in.
Jr*'?"
aintain Ihe one mon h
I -: vi dT ~ campaign, the
\ 10 Si I
far in the
, i ral cam|..
I Lipt< n. (hi
I boost to t h e
[
task He
d ii< vo
, ers who
A novel -eature of the day's
I pro-am was !hs CJA Drive-in
Ucc'h located on the grounds of
Hit Gre^'e- Miami Jewish Fed*-
Into" Taxing turns manning
i- oeoth ere a number of the
Lj-rr-unity > !cp leaders, led by
J. pfon and Sam J. Hoiman, Fed-
I mi president.
w ith .>
real lasl ..; I J \
rkers -<
. ai
I pl<
I within
iheir < h, i k~ and
. in
In Boot I
"This total : presented pledges
which were available and waiting
for our Blitz volunteers, -aid Lip-
!on -All \o required was the
worker on the spot .a the n^ht
time The busin* >smen responded
wondt rfull)
According to Lipton, the six-
hour solicitation was "the equiva-
lent of i?veral weeks of normal
work at this time of the cam-
paign. Since ihe prospects being
solicited aveiage between S100
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cir:ve in the Ur..'.ed S: iti
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Edward R Scripps 11 natu
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atti the journalism si ciety's
'l.i State meeting Apr 14 to
IS ai the DipliMii.it inn to install the
new Florida East Coasl profession-
al chapter 1.1 ihe newsmen's or-
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President Jack Kassewiti I th<
hi si Great) r Miami profess
chapter of si>\. announced that
Scripps. who .. vice president of
the ^. ripps Hov ird ni a spap< r j n
ilieati. anil Warren \-' p x< cu-
tii < it.i er of th< ciety. will at-
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Chairman Philip I>< Berard -.mi
'he luo-daj state session will in
reach this figure only with the
hardest kind of drive.
! foot :i8L pledges to total this
figure, and we are pleased to have
been able to wind up that many
solicitations in just a -i\ hour ef-
i' i" I he results speak for them
selvi as to the wonderful coopera-
tion we ^'ot trom campaign leaders
and ivorkers and from the read)
response we ^o: from businessmen
this daj
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li ad< rs this week as a re-
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still ond u aj to go in the i%i
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in English on Saturday evening,
Mar 2') Festivities will begin
with cocktails at 7 and dinner at
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Kanzer Chapt. Seeks Members
The Robert L. Kanzer chapter
oi the National Jewish Civil Serv
ice League is open to anyone em-
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sen ice Nexl tn< eting is Sun i iy,
l p.m al Heih El Congregation.
Bill Niven is chairman for the
afternoon
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nae-of Delta Phi Bpsikm sorority ;ii
the sorority's annual Founders Day
has announced the following com- fashion coordinator: Irvin Miller,
mittee: treasurer: Joel Kaiser, awards;
Mesdames Herbert Bernstein. Leonard Grand, tickets; and Al-
| chairman; .Marvin (iuberman, bert Rosman. publicity.
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MPISH GENIUS FROM BRITAIN
.1 world is laddened by the ('rath ot Sir Thomas Beecham.
. known conductor of symphony and opera He was 8i
ls Britain's greatest symphonic conductor ol the century.
usic world's foremosi Interpreters ol Mozart, Handel
I known almost is well for his caustic witticisms, some-
suall) irreverent, which both Infuriated and delighted
f audience- Sir Thomas, who inherited ;i vast fortune and title from
nl medicine manufacturing empire, -pent mil
-. peratic and symphonic work-, producing 120 operas
i the century, organizing eighl orchestras over a
nd keeping alive virtually single handedly ih- musi<
: d< Hi k I" lius
rid a for a while, main' y and oul as
grovi Dui ing this period ol hap
position lat< i .
Florida Suit)
i his :i debut with tin \. york Philhar
a fr qui nl \ isiti r to \merica More
most of them true are told about the impish little
"'i prominent Briton Most ol all, he hki
ng audiencei He once informed such .i en I
. ot idots He i^ reputed to have (old another
.i concert in Manchester he said he would never re
ii *as tired of playing to savages.

XCITING SERIES AT DADE AUDITORIUM
Cultural Series, In association with the International
. ..n i Francis Mayville announce an exceptionally
ram for 1961-62 at Dade County Auditorium. The
Russe will be presented Dec 8 to 10
thi -i rii Vienna on Parade, company of SO ballet dan-
loists, direct lrom the Vienna Opera House, on Jan
962; Juan Mircadal. billed a- the Toscamni of the gui-'
Peb. 16; Mariano Parra and his company of Flamcn
Spanish dancers, singers and musicians, from Spain on
'- 23 evskj Festival Ballet, the world-renowned star with
Ma 10; Jose Greco and hi- Spanish dance
nd 2-i. and the -tunning National Ballet "I ( anada,
elect nine of the 13 performances the) wi-h
'.. r favorite seal locations tor each ol them \ ne
it full one third reduction, and member-
through March by calling HI B

IIG BARE MODERN BARN?
'.; Opera House, thai magnificent struct ur< known
*orld center ol operatic art, is scheduled
the winter of 1964-65 riu block-squan property on
d landmark is located will be turned over to a group
erect a commercial building This is progress?
'',>!.! \ssn announced H has signed lease with
> r !." prupert) as soon as a new opera house is
1 y ,n the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, now
n New York Citj The association said it hope, to
meal the Center on Manhattan's west side tor the 1964-
pect to Lincoln Center, all ol us who dearlj love
rand perfect acoutics of the Met are waiting with
that the new building will not turn oul to be a big,
with blown-up mechanical sound.

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pSYLVANIA CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS
ramp scholarship- and young artist awards will be
ania Music Camp m North ( arohr.a this slimmer in
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the Southeast between 19 and 30 Areas ,>t com-
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Spring Parade is the theme of
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Highlight of the program will be
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iTewislh Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vo!uir>. 34 — Number 11 Miami. Florida. Friday. March 17. 1961 Three Sections — Price 2dc SENATE CONFIRMS APPOINTMENT JFK Sure Meriwether Will Do Good Job On Import Bank Board w %  %  UN 'OS — (JTA) — President Kenned) express? confidence M lleriwether confirmed bj a HH to 18 Senate v • oi racism woul I do a good tor Q ( %  %  >• : import Bank '•' F ; liu.. g the I ... vote bj the %  i mtr %  -• ers i, Kenned) tol a press conike ; tver Meri wether record, l minee approved by an % %  er thi -• Date, and that 1 am confident he will 1 a good >h"' The 18 who voted against confirmation included i.berals of both parties. Sen. Wayne Morse. Oregon Democrat, told the Senate he had no doubt that if President Kennedy had known at the time Mr. Meriwether was named all that has since been discovered, "he wouldn't have made tfe nomination in the first place." Adenauer Kits Eichmann Nazi Murders ha nee! lor Kon i le a special rostrum of the iffirminj tl I %  ilutely condemnation inn and his statement came i: tei .n the Lower I : >rs of the Social r liOO demanded >>r repudiate a 3-rir' :ampaign agam-t \ lyor Of We-t Ber the Social Demo On the la) before the confirmation the Senate afti i a heated and ma live hour debate in which party lines were disregarded rejected bj i i >•<• of 66 to IM a motion to recommit to the Senate Banking Committee the controver sial nomination. Defeat of the recommitment moi ii im; ."xnm ut-muwnrai ui mr rvwuiuiiimcui muthe forthcoming tion. introduced b> Sen Jacob Ja Some of the Chancelvits, New York Republican, waa s I iad accused Brandt SCCOmpUshed by j coalition of a i ISC he emigrated iring the Nazi re Cont.noed on Page 11-A limp _^______^____. Dr. Toynbee At it Again WEST CHESTER. Pa—— British historian Arnold Toynbee reiterated .it %  pubUc meeting here this week his charge that the treat ment of the Arabs b) Israel was morally equivalent to the Nazi genoci i %  > European Jews. He was sharpl) chalu nged by the local ral>ln Dr Toynbee ma le the statement • Brier, asserting ,„ np \ i a question I illowing his Cori.nued on Pq n-A delivery ol the annual PhiUpps Fntj Eriet*e Social Demo t'tUt cpvt> chairman of the Bvnderag, •< the floor to donind rtpudiiti^n of these tks en Brandt. Ho told the thimt.r mi* Hitter and Eichninn, ho is -v>w awaiting trial Israel for rha slaughter of six tillior Jews, were not identical rth Gtrnwi/. A voice from Itht ficcr interrupted: "Neither I" m i Brand*." The Social lOemocat ec redly replied: "If had -o cas* my vote for Eich|tnnn C r Brandt, | would vote 'eel to this r 0f. ABHoio JOYNBll ... Israeli Nails .Memorial lecture a: West Chester Stale Col ege here The audience of 3. MH) was mostl) non-Jewish Rabbi Jerome Chervin, of Congregation Kesher Israel, the only synagogue in West Chester, arose when Dr. Toynbee reiterated his charge and said -t was his obligation to clarify a few points of history" for Dr. Toynbee and for the record. Rabbi Chervin said he would not go so in ,iI Pr >l roynbee an out-and-out inti-S n lt< though ( ( itement b) Prol William \ u :u r mtel lectua %  -•'••"' ; %  y-nbee has a definite ne g a j ird Israel and Judai the equation of th) • ; annihilai ropean Jews and the i~ra.ii treatment of the Continued on Pg 8 A RO'.HT rencr ... Presidential ..reet.'njj Knesset Votes New Elections; Coalition Fails Poet Frost Off To Hebrew U. Lecture Series N Ew V >RKJTA Amer can poei R t left this week •' H< r rsil Jem .: %  ;t i turer in Amei re and Cn '. the abli 'd by Samue Pali > i ; Phila lelphia, Pa At a luncheon tendered to Mr Frost here b) the American Friends "t the Hebrew University prior to h.~ departure. Daniel G. Ross, chairman of the board, expresea the organization's pro found latisfaction over Mr. Frost's visit to the Hebrew University. "We w i i are dedicated to a program of cultural interaction between our American civilization and the fl n ering new civilization of Israel, see in Robert Fost's visit to 'he Hebrew University the concrete expression of thiidea he said "We also see in it a reflection of Israel's quest for excel lence Of mind and spirit." President Kennedy, in a message to Mr Frost, said. "I am delighted t" learn of your recent appointment athe first Samuel Paley lecturer in American Culture and CivUiiation at the Hebrew University ol Jerusalem. I know that your visit will provide the le of Israel wi'h a rare cultural opportunit) I wish you all success ii j >ur journe) i Mr Frost ivho in January apthe President's inauguratioi i. N -".Englander He spends his inters, however, in South \1. •;; v. here he has a home JERI 5ALSM JTA. — Theinessel Israel's Parliament, has ppr -\, d it bout objection, a •" i ion calling for the holding of na'• • I e House i com • |uestion of setting f r the R ing, proposals ir which ranged from July • -' 29. The committee is v ecti I to reci mmen an • %  ime time in mid-August as %  con-., ir imis The Km ssel vol I iwed the %  •: j f a letter fron Pre n /.\ \ in which he notil S M aker K :. ..• hai irties ha : i I i i ;:•• torn ation "t a iov The Presidi le I electionas the • .i*.\, %  for ^oiv i ng the month >'. 1 crisis The President reported on his %  ncor.clusive consolations with party leaders and his efforts to reconstitute the present Cabinet Continued on Page 3-A CAREER DIPLOMAT Kennedy Picks Envoy to Israel .•. VSHINGTON—( JTA — P%  • %  Kenned) annouru • to appoint W I ur 52, as United States \ n %  Israel Mr B...' is a plomat with pre\. > i ; in Caii > and Bagl He ; i rest ntl) deputy chief :t miss in London. A nat ve ol Massachusetts, Mr. Bar tour entered the United SI • I Service in 1930 after g uating from Harvard University. He served a number of years in Italy. Greece, Bulgaria, and in l*ti was as-ianed to Cairo and th> lad Algerian Nationalists Call Jewish Community 'Algerian' WASHINGTON — (JTA) — A statement differentiatina between the status of Algerian Jews and European elements in Algeria was issued ihis week in a denial of anti-Semitism by the representative here of the Algerian Front of National Liberation A Chanderli. permanent "repre-* sentative of the Algerian revolutionists, said: "With regard to Algerian Jews, we consider that they constitute a category completely distinct from the European element. The Algerian Jews are not colonial Invaders." "Oa the contrary," said the Algerian nationalist spokesman, 'the 150.000 persons o* Jewish faith in Algeria are historically among tr-e earliest inhabitants of the country. During the years of ecloria! rule, Jews as well as Arabs, being indigenous to Algeria, have been subject to the disdain of the European colon ists. During World War II, witn pro-Vichy French elements in control of Algeria, they were subject to special discriminatory legislation and humiliations, in accord with the anti-Semitic policies of the governmental authorities." On the issue of whether Algeria's were French nationalists, "since 1871 by means of a French Government decree." Mr derli said, "the Algerian Jews a-o Continued on Page 2-A JEWS TIED TO FATE OF FRENCH Secret Talks Estimate Algeria Future p \p;l$ (JTA) — Secret ne JOtia n the fate of the Jew in ,;•, %  the i i mtr) ia pven A going on in • • the French Government and the : mal Libeted here from Freni The report sai I thai the Alg*-t leaders seemed to have accepted the idea that the European community in Algeria would be entitled to maintaining dual nationalit) alter the country i!ar.' i independent. In this rk. ii was indicated, the j >: the Jewish populati in Algeria w ill be the holders two citizenships—French and Algeria The question of the status o* the Jews in Algeria, who are now all holders of French citizenship, was raised by the French representatives as part of a demand that the Algerian nationalists provide necessary guarantees for the European community in an independent Algeria. negotiations to clarify the she Jews in I are cludi l in Geneva by a i) M Pomp i le (. tulle M Pompi ou is sh, b u t i knowi nterested In Jewi ir.d particularly in the lem of Algerian Jew., m \ AlContinued on Page 5 A H



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idcy. Mor:h 17. 1961 Jenisti fh rili ir Page 13-C Wbe's Friends: Politician, Podiatrist ByALfREDH. PAUL *A month •* he was t0 loave • his inauguration king' • %  President of the Jv^Si .^raha l4iii-.lH .r ** ., friend a s:ift in [ him again* the i 1 he friend : City Clerk of enl of Kehilath the oldest Jewish ;' ''""", S? I ted copy of the Written on the taracters, was n the Book of I; %  i %  yv ( i .• ord of Lincoln's L. lf ;.e John Hay, that, „ ;JS •• 23, 1862, the I flic • %  "• Kohn ir .ription %  •i,j s t E ecutive Men, ii 'hi PM sid?nt's inL original was i• ... en d : >play cur .vin Museum of • irt of the Civil | V..C( •< "" I Exhibition. %  < KeI %  \ u.i, onh u awn sen Kentuckj Stati %  Grand ickj • %  I to Olli n i %  I A in, li i ms m the tin i %  e %  two hi cai I friends ai politic al allies In l.". I en Unco i first %  i-,• nncy. to Idi rail; I hall o i v. i :m lidal Congress, hi had B; Di T of I %  >i I \ cling A Lu oil dat< four j Jom is a %  Republican Part) met in Quincy to I the Presidi nl elections to I th.countrj •. :.'; n Lincoln's pi i t< d rejeel I by the c aucus at thai mi • %  • But within ti i nths Jona • persoi illy v ng political fri will Lim %  %  lidate for the n< > "we -(".,11 be able %  lay.' Shortlj In was nom"• %  Presidencj n • Dem icral ns were preparing ar atl Reli late l hi %  • set i ul pro) e that Line In had I • leaders of the K Part) — the i thai ha I i pro [ram which, to M ered equ to K:; Kkix Klanism I' was .i"nas who ipiki tfort The cl list I • was to have • ing he ha : i : with K H Nel %  1854 J mas had durii that visit : was able to pi b thi was pub,sheer fabrica When Lincoln became President he appointed Jonas postmaster of Quincy Throughout the war, Lincoln kept in touch with Jonas, often referring important loral issues to his Jewish friend. %  to BRAHMS BARTOK Hear the World's Finest Music 16 Hours a Day on W K A T F M bought to you by Miami's Finest Advertisers fr om Soft Drinks to Savings Institutions DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS M D LOAN ASSOCIATION When Jonas lay dying, it was his turn to ask a favor. Four of Jcnas' srr.s wr in the Confederate Army. One of them, Charles, was a prisoner of war. Jonas asked that his son be allowed to visit the father. On Apr. 2. 18fi4. Line In i-sued an order reading "Allow Charles II Jordan, now a prisoner ol war at Johnson's Island a parole of three wi eks to visit his dying father. Abraham Joi a it Quincy. III." Chai les i me I That verj day. Abraham Jonas died Two la ;. i... coin ap ed Ji n is M iov. as posi tress of Quinc) ISeptember. 1 Jew name • lic i / id arie came to Ni w York where hi repjtati • i • • war S tun %  I the ma; thei el I > '.' i feel concomt irt A Lincoln, who sigm dorsement. %  eived i fron Zacharie The New York World was ly later th.it Zach i ie enjoyj ed Mr Lincoln's confidence per more than an) other pri< individual." and state Zacharie was "perhaps the n >-• favoi ed family visitor at the While House One earcl es in vain whi n try ing to discover pre< isel; I he i ture of the sei es Zai harie perfor Lincoln But it is no imputal %  : the n in %  character ;>> guess — a man) scholars ha\ e • %  1 icharie was i mo-t trusu ii ->f \l State Benjamin. There was one n pi n thai nission had involved the • | I nice a : com pron Sou rhi %  • ir reti rni to Washn nt to the He reported that. Lini In be i Their wi re more n no i" '•' • en I as well as n Secret Stati Seward the Jewish podiatrist from \Yw York. Zachare was busy campaigning for Lincoln's reelection in the campaign of 1864. The Jews of New York tendered a testimonial dinner to Zacharie in 1864. By January rf 1865, when the Union forces had captured Savannah, Zacharie was given a special pass IRnVHIM! rSt Ca n T~ (Mm GUS % A om' i^^ ; S HAW SHAW IRAVEl TOW .Inc. IS N C I "fc St M.om, e> m 4 1604 by the Secretary of War to visit relatives in that city. The pass had been issued on Lincoln's personal request. When Lincoln had hee.i murdered. Zacharie went hack into ot&curity. Soon he returned to FiTHland, where he die i in 18<>7 He i:?d lieeHr-al^wi ^^^.1.^— court-jester, politician, spy, This much is certain: Lincoln and Zacharie were close friends. Lincoln trusted the man. 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%  i Prrcje 8-B *. fcwfafl n^rkti^r Friday. March 17. 1961 •i F U t m di G B 1> in of 1i. ri m May we suggest that your Holiday shopping be done early ... to *•""•• s !" and the maximum in savings! You may be sure we carry only the fmest Kosher Meats and Poultry! YOU MUST BE SATISFIED OR YOUR MONEY BACK. ; ) / / j^r nos? I^SSPECIALS The Finest Fresh Killed Kosher Chickens Delivered to Our Markets 5 Times Daily! FAMOUS ARBOR ACRES ROASTERS, BROILERS OR SPRINGERS GENUINE WHITE ROCK KOSHER MADE PAN READY CAPONS PULLETS OR YEARLINGS <^ 9 %  %  v-j. *N '. • •:. i KOSHER-BEST OR LADY ESTHER TURKEYS DUCKS OR ROCK CORNISH HENS NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY I CORAL WAY I 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER AT S.W. 87th AVE. MIAMI Westchster Shopping Plaza NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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Page G-A fJentst ncrid&n Friday. March 17 Jewish Philanthropy Raised $128 Million in '60 vey entitled. "Jewish Communal Services; Programs and Finances." prepared by S. P. Goldberg, director of budget research tor the CJPWF. It summarizes major developments in Jewish communal services and analyzes the programs and finances of leading Jewish agencies The total raised by federation campaigns since the end of World War II ii946-l!60> has exceeded 52 billion, the survey notes These fundwere contributed by more than 1.000.000 donors and were distributed to hundreds of local service agencies, national organizations and overseaagencies Tens of thousands ol volunteer workers were involved in the campaigns. The largest single beneficiary ol these campaigns was the I'mted Jewish Appeal, which received more than 90 per cent ot its income from them. Its share of the 1959 total amount budgeted (the most recent year for which complete figures are available i came to 61.6 per cent. This amounted to $44.6 million from cities other than New York: it received an additional $18.5 million from the Greater New York I'JA campaign. Complete returns for i960 are expected to show that the I'JA received approximately $6o million from the federated campaigns. American Jewish philanthropic agencies had about $96.5 million available for total overseas Jewish needs in 1959. This compares with $82 million in 1958. About four-fifths of the total was used for philanthropic programs in Israel, the balance mainly in NCCJ President Entertained Here Mrs. Robert Z Green entertained at luncheon in honor of Dr Lewis Webster Jones, of New York, president of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, on Monday. The affair was held in the Louis Philippe room of the Fontainebleau hotel %  in Harold Richter will disGuests included recipients of anii"Passover—Its Significance nual Brotherhood Awards from the Its Practices" on Monday, 9 Florida chaptetr of the NCCJ. or \> iii lor the adult education group from other brunches m the I S al Beth Kodesh. Mrs. Green, together with Justice Stephen C O'Connell, ol Tallahassee, and Louis F. Wolf son. of Miami Beach, was the recipient ot the Silver Me lallion Award at the recent Brotherhood dinner Her husband was similarly honored in New York ten years ago By Special Report NEW YORK—Jewish federations, •welfare funds and community councils raised a total of $128 million in 1960 for local, national and overseas Jewish needs, the Council ol Jewish Federation> and Welfare Funds reported in an annual review of Jewish communal services just published here. i Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal on Wednesday announced a total of $1,150,000 thus far in the 1961 CJA campaign — Ed.) In addition, some S55 million was raised by non-local agencies outside ol the welfare fund allocation*; another $24 million came from non-contributor sources such aearning-, fees, subscriptions and nv estments; and $41 million was realized Irum the sale of Israel Bonds These sums add up to a guarter of a billion dollars per year. Included in the figures are the incomes of the federations and welfare funds and national and overseas service organizations. They do not include non-contributed income of local service programs. The sum raised by the 216 member agencies of the Council. $128 million, compares with $130 7 million raised in 1959. a drop of 1.5 per cent. It represents an increase, however, of 3.8 per cent over 1958 when the federation campaigns toalled $123 3 million. These and other figures are mcluded in the annual CJFWF surVoice Call for Tuesday Dr. Arturo di Filippi. in preparation for next season's two operas, La Traviata" and "Turandot," has announced a call for all Voices, mezzos, sopranos, ban to es and tenors. An audition will be held on Tuesday, Mar 21, 8 pm. at 823 SW 29th rd. North Africa and Europe. The total income from the sale ot Israel Bonds was over $470 mil lion in the ten years from 1951 through 1960. 01 this sum, over $400 million worth ot bondwas sold in the United States Thirteen overseas agencies other than the United Jewish Appeal showed an income ol 524.5 million in 1959 compared with 5228 million in 1958. The largest sum ias raised by Hadassah. J' 1 : milion The Israeli institutionol higher learning, Weizmann Institute, liebrewUniversit) and Tcchnion. raised about ST.4 million in Vmeri ia in 1959. In addition, all three institutionreceived grants from the Jewish Agencj tor Israel, a beneficiary ol the I J \ and trom the I-rae! government Local sen ices received %  i S32 million from central communal sources in 1959 I iting pur pos'-. compared with the year before, All local fields ot service except refui • %  -hared the increase in all cati ns National agercies had receipts of $60 million in 195. including 55.7 million from fedeKabbi Richter to Speak tut ci. IO..:D novtna B-K rtf van Lines to West Coast SAM LEVITEN, Agent loci & long Distance Moving ft Storage ^ Full or Part load Free Estimates FR 9-7654 ATLAS MOVING 4 STORAGE WAREHOUSE DAY & NIGHT PHONE SERVICE Rabbinical Program Sunday "Still Small Voice," television program sponsored b) the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn., will be hosted by Rabbi Morton Mala*. -k>. spiritual leader of the Israelite Centei. on Sundaj. 10 a m ovei VVC'KT eh 7. Guest will be Ronald Katz. Youth director of the Iraehte Center youth group, in a discussion of "Jewish youth." FLORIDA'S FINEST (AMP HORSEBACK RIDING, WATER SKIING, SWIMMING IVIRY DAY PM BOYS nd GIRLS 5 TO IS Full Camping Program ^^^ Friday Sabbath Serv.ce in tire kith Oftd lakes of Nso OCALA NATIONAL FOREST WHIP apj DIRECTtP R, .^Z mKJBm" ration and welfare fund campagns. The five major national Jewish community relations ag n cies and the National Community Relations Advisory Council received over 57.4 million, compared with So.9 million received in 1958. a rise of 7 per cent. The national Jewish hospitals received more than Si" million in 1959, but onl) a fraction ot this I g U n 5] 11 SO* came from the federations a : ire funds Somi agencies ra over S16 N, about $638. ooo ,,: from federation allocal National religious agencies had % % %  ceipts >f 124 %  > milit mal sen-ice agencies had i f $1.7 million during Ihe imi peri 11 the Burvej I i the l'J60 edition Jewish Yearbook The Counci' o* Jewish Federations anc" Welfare Funds is the national association of 216 united Jewish fund raising and welfare agencies These central com munal orgarviations, representing over 95 per cent of the total Jewish population of the Unite* Stales and Canada, innu „, ra.se the bulk of .11 ZSg, Jewish philanthropic funds local, national and oversea* JaZ ish needs. The Council providecentral services for its member agencies in fund raising, community organi zation. budgeting, planning fa. I health and welfare services, pe, -onnel recruitment and campaiga publlcit) and community tation. K^cicncc By LINDA COHEN — *; %  > I Sc ence lr can tell It can tell yO'j how you talk aid : how a I • is you how birds can I ll *ells you how far is h 3 There are many ore thing Don't you ihinl A REMEMBER X7= S.SeT 5 iV,; t SttM. *-— *"new suit ol clothes and shoes pocket luTof h,,f „ u '""."I* pu,,,n ,he waiting lor the Sedar to start UnTjoe nd £„, & ,$ M T *""** """"^ family together Grandpa looking IkV k.n. SU f l**",,**'" ,e ,h "**< him Grandma hied after baking* w S.7S ^ft !" ?• ch **• called her the Kttf.ush and the?, m, TnZ V, US Xft "' quttn he with Grandpa s voice ringing out ove' all ih, l„T. hlf TT J* lhe '"*"' P**" even the bitter herbs lasted so good %  he **"* alm <> <•' pelled to ea.,. otherwise wecS notShe hd ft* S ng •" •" then the me,, nobody, B „t noW^'S cook 2.^ 'P "? M w,,er nd ate and then the "Itadiei" Bfc^JS SSSSPS "' a,e ,nd wine and the opening of the door and the s, n ,.L!h^ nd more cups of frightened the whole family by appeanng a f^^!"[* M ">' m*one wh,ch the second half ol thHand*VrZX %Ci ^' ^ "' lw *" •• men, mSm^m HHt mSSSni^SSSt^ ^ MEYER H. ROBINSON Broadcasters to Convene Florida Assn. of Broad* 1961 annual convention will 1>, nc ^ June IS to 17 at the Se\ • rver 130 Florida broadi expected to attend, act Lee Ruuitch. FAB pre. WTVJ executive \ ice pre general manager. fiOtffftft I OR PAHSOVEH .. produced under the loatrvH or the Union ot Orthoao, ltme same gentle ca'* yoj give your hards r\ I yOUf ;!itr u i' %  >o rih n C 1 ill %  er J 'J hj' i. J • dt v •. %  ..c \. lu>wch *• 10.1 %  .• 1 Mi ( Siher iot-.n is che | %  HpMMM to 40 otheri b. '-' nafatina I L'i*dc I Ulvct collect Let Si! fKc th? teadef 1 lnvcr J Asl lor Hagerf) MavHard-Pa^e. Inf HI ft FLAGIER STREET Phone Ft 3-64*4



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7nday. March 17, 1961 -Jmisti Fkriciinn Page 9-B A MOST HAPPY and JOYOUS PASSOVER from the entire FOOD FAIR family! As always, FOOD FAIR presents the most extensive variety of KOSHER for Passover Foods in Florida FLORIDA'S FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE AFOODS DEPARTMENTS Now featuring the finest of FRESH WATER FISH rushed to us from the GREAT LAKES just hours after being caught! ABSOLUTELY FRESH! FRESH LAKE CARP LAKE WHITEFISH OR YELLOW PIKE BUFFALO (winter) CARP ALL FiSH DRESSED & GROUND FREE ASK FOR YOUR GEFILTE FISH RECIPES! KOSHER WINE MOGEN DAVID L-KOYED KANiSCHEWITZ CARMEL ISRAEL TZOS AND MAT10 PRODUCTS MANISCHEWITZ • ROKEACH • STREJT S GOODMAN'S • HOROWITZ-MAPGARETEN • MOTHER'S KOSHER APPOVED DRINKS MIDTOWN Ginger Ale, Club Soda, Orange, Black Cherry, Black Raspberry • COCACOLA u\r%o FAIIFFL SPOXUF CAKE MIX POTATO ST Alt! II MATZO BALL SOI P CLEAR SOI r itousnrr M1IAV UKFILTE FISH tlSHLETS < V\M: M mo BALLS HOXFY OBAIfGE MARMALADE RI:RRV SAUCE MM IT CUTS HAXTIEL CUTS UAIAIIOOXS Use This Check List for Money-Saving Values! ttOLDFX FAT KIM II, PAPRIKA CANDY SOIP XI TS TAIGLACH RICHEL K o s ii i:n .1111 o FOAM CLEANSER KOSIIFK SOAP SILVER POLISH PKAXI'T OH. XI AFAT PHI XF .11 HI: SOI H SALT PRESERVES Fill IT COM POT F HOKS EMPKIARKS MA VOX X A IS F PM KLFS TOMATOFS SWIII PFPPI US < AKL MEAL CEREAL HA: XOOHLFS I:M> IIAIILI 1 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ... Your Extra Bonus With Every Purchase!



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Fhto March 17. 1961 vJenisti flcr*f&n Page 9-C TA LES OF MORALS JH, lawii s Jraun lo the .... %  <•" 'topped w-.ed '' ;. ,| MCh Other Tllfs %  ;.' pu '" u 7 ,,: • i „ don the) .. irhfl '<• fl ..-!.• die <" '" ^' • r .nouthai • %  k*P* bett .... watch tUdt I | %  e doe\ IR tlitf %  **? **' \ %  f ti*: ..**<> tuna un\ %  %  %  •;' "V: .clOCft. U'llhiii -' I*—** thtn rt H jcinrding to and "" rh nghl tmw •.f r;u* Book of Leviticus Spells Ancient Priestly Virtues Vr" I _..-„ — i, ^Service* *jltis li/eelienJ Information to be included in'the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases rece.ved after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. Mr who •• noi '•• ''Hi ind td^e* chants u-ill er.J up bev i" need he u ho ii in need and .1 %  %  > >iot i. cept i lii i. .• %  otht %  >l'-;i\ v W'utcl %  Mr %  r.~ I ii < %  !' :!:J: .'an orality have : H rraiity have • jrr >t %  t u-itrii" in.in ijtiu! %  ii in the rt' %  • IO I %  i. >u Id f€\ en %  jHiln* V—civ*r#afoi i u ,-r" fiN3 n:cp nyv? vz^ ,"nsa n:r nxrj 'is 1 ? f T T f^n Trrn .p'ns JTTHTJ ; nr: .*t>si TVCT ^ysi .... • t • tax foiK MM U T -mxo 13 hsrr 0371 .nw^a roxn T -co m? 1 ? nnxs .ns^rn rns .rnaw crjW tri rro nnx fc > .nnavn ps*? 1 ? ": ,rryT7\ m -iTy*'?x 3$ •r-*r nsoTi-aa "to 1 ? 1 ? i:-? ons 1 ? yoj ova 1 t .. • 1 .XDn rrn 1 ? /n*iin-]3era pMri? By RABBI DAVID WHERSON Beth Emeth Cngr9ton Jewish tradition roco?nize^ the DtSStge f time, ami emplovs this COgnlstDCC, m>t in bemoaning the unalterable, but rather in deriving from this very disconcerting >itua Hon a lesson rwnefical to itself and mankind as a whole. For that rea son. as time advances. Jud.ii-in reads and rereads the Five Books of Moses with the same regularity II the hands of watch sweep its surface There is no cessation, there i> no procrastination. As one of the Books of the Bible i> con eluded, the next is begun This week, we begin the reading jf the thud of the Five Books of Moses — Vayikro, Leviticus. This book is al-o known and often referred to as Tiwah Kohanim — the boofe that spells out in great detail he rules of conduct prescribed for the priesthood. Laws of punt> and cleanliness reflecting Judaism pertain not only to the spiritual but .ii-'^ lo tinpbj lical Tii.' Book of Leviticus may roughlj be divided into Iwo sections The first deals with laws of the priesthood and the sacrifices: the secoi predominate!} devoted to the dictira 'Holy shall ye be because 1 the Lord your God, am Hob There seems to be sharp distinct; m drawn between the clean" and the unclean." the prohibited and thi sible In our times, when animal sacrifices are no longer n an %  he las r lative to the;r performance no longer are it effect we the same passages and recall the ancient practices • %  • th • evaluation and reinterpretation, and extracl from them significant t i ..ml timeless values that transcend time, conditions and events The "clean' and the unclean" of the Bible do not necessanl) n %  o the presence or absence of sanitary conditions, bul rather % %  degree ol i e lorn and liberty that ma) prevail. The rabbis ol old were already al rted lo the ooncept that manspiritual growth is to a larg< •xtent dependent upon man's political and economic status To tne rabbis holiness and purity were synonymous with fr lorn and tmertj I whereas the profane and the impure denoted slavery and bondage How fitting it is that Jewish tradition coincidew.th the reading CORAI WAY J£WI& H CENTER. ol the Bbok of l^viticus dealing with the pure and the impure with the 87 ^ .. ul -. ,. ....... I. ,, I .. Ih. ,1,1 CM Of uel A IRHOI II (YVIM > Ai ta % % %  %  %  dar\ cl^ud i' .... mac. through %  • / Ditii rn r J: >,:."• -!'. M %  %  •• :AI M \V 5 • %  • J I <' %  •;.. %  •.. %  : < ; • I %  %  hlldren b .;,. %  ,. IVFRB AGUOATM ISRAEL. 7801 CarlyU av Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Evar. I'n•!:• %  ; SO p ttl 3nt i r ''-' • %  I.I 11( • in; in i %  icrl 11 • %  — • — BETH OAVIO 26?S SW 3rd ave Con. %  ervativa Rabbi Norman Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioion. i % %  • [tie • : Ha* Mluva* ian, \in • v. Han %  r..i .-,-.• i i a.i Ba Mlts M i .. .1. .-! • r Mi mil Un M r.. '. — BETH EL 500 SW 17tn IVI. Orthodox Ra>;bi Solomcr Schiff l' %  | ..,.-. %  <^r| ;., .: '. • %  BETH EMETH. 122^; "IW 2nd ava Conservat.ve RabOi'Dawid W. Her aon. Cantor Hyman Fnr. ... ..• —A M ,... .. • .... -.. • | '.' | • • %  • • • IETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pral-'e ava. Or tnodox RabSi H. L.ouia Rottman ^ ... .....; .'. 'Kll /„ •• ;. .-I ran • i ,n, i..,-. | ;• ...•• %  t..^ ,-s. %  St-hvarti i %  .. %  •••• BETH JACOB. 301-31' Washington av*. Orthodox. Rabbi Tioor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchet. ;I •,. m >• %  i i %  • ... i ;':• \ %  in-l 1 %  I \i ; • MH to '•' •i • • %  %  ; : ... nmm wiiiwii ,... # •< GEMS OF WISDOM When you lead your sons and hu^htcrs m the ecod way. IPCantor Ben-Z :in Kirschen' '• %  %  %  ir Mi I • %  i i.,, \! an i Mi>••> • til IOC rwK Ul Mmvu3 *-'"•' %  .a L u -ommencemem of the Month os Nisan. the month when the children of Israel were liberated from Egyptian bondage. a reflection ot h, |o) thai oi e is to have in the rorld to come Since the joys ol he nexl world include the eaUng ol he iucculenl tlerh of the L"u ,-han a Jeu eats fi-li on the Sab ,. ( ,h to serve i -• reminder of h.s eward in the text world Eating he flab is thus on.' ot the pleasures radiUonaU) required 00 the iab >ath In this sense it can also b. a sign ,1 fertilit) Others claim that tlus raditiOO came about lH-cai.se fish was a delicacy which many could ,o, afford during the week and the Sa Idivavn a vas the most festive day o. the taaaaaaaaa This page K r"r"^ '• co operation iinth the Spintiaal I eiders of the G'edter Mum; RabbinICJ! Aun. Rjbh David Herson C< ordiTiatot CONTRJB '.nits Rabbi David Herwn | i of Mora Rjh't; S. lomon Schiff G;-n\ vf Wi.dom SW 16t,h. at., Miami. Rabbi Sami April Cintor Gershon Levin. !' %  I • '• %  • Mr ii •; i. %  •• %  •' %  % %  "' 1 P 1 **" Idrni Topl< I'n.-of !"• II ... i man -' %  i '" ... rdaj •• "' CONGREGATION ETZ CMAIM. 1M4 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Straasteld. D ADF HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION 1401 NW 183rd it. Conservative. Rabbi Wax ZucKer. Cantor Emanuel Mandei. i i < ,.i ; ri Si rnn>n i. >. Sal lav J % % %  >•;' ,•..,..,. tun ,i %  %  f Mr ind Mo \ %  It cl FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51$t pi Consrrvat.ve Cantor Fred Bernste.n. .... 1 s • M mi • •• i i .. Flar Mltava M i .,„ I Mi, t: .b*rt tiron HEBREW ACADEMY. 9'8 6th It. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Grosi. a — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3'T5 SW 25th ter. Coniervative Rabbi Morton Malaviky. Cantor Laull Cohen. -. • ,. -. |3 nn i p.ir Sai imeg .-' %  %  < n %  • %  Mr \ %  m in h >noi VII) | ..' 4 I.II.III. -I %  %  %  •> SerI •,!..!: The I'atl "t Ood T.M MUD. (). %  %  %  %  %  • %  u maintsiti % % %  Idren art g to ma in ...... pn HUB .,:•,. I T '' \ < • .',.. %  i • %  • .... Sir. ,. .1. t u TEVPLE B'SA SHOLOM 16300 N W 2>nd avr Come-vat ve. Rabbi Harr/ L Lawrence TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahinj. ton ave. Comervat've. Rabbi lrvm( Lehrman. Cantor Hirach Adler. —a TEMPLE iSRst. • 3T IME ttttl at. Reform. Rabo Joseph R. Narot. Canter Jacob Oornatam. frlda) 1:15 p.n Sern on Rltlj Ora ;;,., _;iii in Am-rth candle* have been lit in stead of before, as is the case with other religious acts? MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION Jewish women have come to ac-, 1101 svv 12th ave. Traditional. ER. 43a SW 8th Rabbi Maurice as a oeinao "" % %  Jewish women IIJM' i""i< "• 1101 s>w um %  *, „ afford dortal lh /*tJ a ,< .' 'I cept the episode of candlelighting OUTHWEST ^ Er : T abbath table called for the be si • ^ lhei( ()1|K 1;| | acceptance of the §t comervative. ,l,cacus to show that the Sabbath shbMh Were „ u blessing to DC Ki.in. .. ,,e most festlvs day of the ^^ ,,,„ kin ,„ m; ,. they M .i. before the kmdlin in a sense, be accepting the ,eek. it la Interesting to note wm|U he code (Magen Abraham. Oracn Sabbj| n ,„.,,„,. h e kindlins and ll.yyim, 242i orders Jews not to ^ u|d therefore bt pro hib.te.l tro.n the Sabbath if the flail d m th( lghI> 0 h e Sabbath %  .1 _...-<.> >.( fish the. rt IIH !"• p m W r n T| •• B Ml,.,,; M .nth !*al rda) %  %  • m. TEMPLE JUOe... i20 Palermo *>*•. Liberal. Rabbi Morna SKop. Canton Herman Gottlieb. I-Yi.iav I:1S p n ~' r ""' A ""* I 1 ...).!", %  • Sal .rl 1 l %  H n I<• Miizv.ih Marvin, • • xl ,ri N,l .1 :n k Stein TEMPLE MENORAHS 75th a^. Comervative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. |--i,i .> 1:15 i> s. rmon 1 he j < ... ^ icrlflee Satnrda) • a.m i'h. !• %  • I** '•' %  MH.val .' %  : ; • %  Ml %  I M s 1 ...'iis i'-i .11 •• %  n in TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. an* Titum Waterway Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Cantor Samuel Qombera. Pi ,,i:,. 1:15 p m srm >n "Mas I ,-.i,.-TinHouw Sati rda) S 15 %  n. ..,.„,.,, • %  ; ..,. .In HiHob Temple M ,,, ., 1. .. aon ol Mr ana Mr.Juliua %  "• "I'.'i TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1MOE NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. TEMPLE TIFERET^I JACOB. fSt Flamingo Way. Conaarvative. Hanoi Leo Heim. ,s,,,.,, j:is p m -• %  T n "' v Siunincani rtictor In a lei -• One* 11 il.bai ti--'Mr and Mm 1 hlllu 1 r \ HI., in honor ol the>lr annivei ,. F 1 ,> .• •• m >• 1 moii The Month ,.i" Montlia Knocking %  •( our Door* TEMPLE ZAMORA*4 Zamora ava. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurw.ta. i-''i.i:iv 1:15 p.ra Sen "The Jewish I'i.ntrlbutlon i" C'l> i'i7.:iii..ii Se • ,;,.,l.,x si;. 1 Bar Mltavah I ...11 of Mr and MrIrvine Ralmer •at fish on 11 merchants raised the price Ol USB beyond limits • • What should m*** E22 women cover the., eves afteil.^h. lorots to HgM the Sabbam ^ cai*H** and don't open Jl.? ...:l Furthermore, in order to provide the appearance that the blesi comes before the act. TEMPLE AOATH VESHURUN. 2320 Nt mat t Raobi aonan Caplan. v ., ,,. s.. n... Tin Birth ••' p, ,,.|. • 1 met -• %  ii 1. .1 hoata Mi .mi Mi -,.,, Ir .1 ,. %  s, h % %  .n-.-i'l In • 11 %  W • .-1 i.iin ~ ••' %  • r> 1 Katurdaj Jewish TEMPLE 8ETM AV. S950 N. Kendall dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabo" Herbert Baomgard. Cantor Charlea Kodner ,,, ,,.,, s r. nuoal -'-< •• r S>l ihem until the Messing has been Mart „ 1 arulptor Mtunlay 11 KUli ,.-* !" S i ..*'** candle-.? attend bjajh school. From '' %  tr.ivele' to fans to studv b/'don^ for that particular Sabunli the b.ess.nu .made bath llowfier, itiiiJ'^ '' dition that for every Sabbath therelt M, H ( i Mm (•• tram Kurlund after she must light one candle m ,r,' than she had heretofore^ rMahril I This is done so that shi bTrem.-dei .hat she had forgotten rh",; f !P" d %  f,rS ar '. K '. U and WOUld be careful never lo rtpeat the oversight Why i, th. blossino over MM S.b^ bath cardie prononc^ after %  %  • ujveie in rani to naq tniverslty. He intended to betom' .1 doct ,• %  r llgned his first article lh "•' name Ben Yehuda and by me he h-csme known in Irael ^blishfM by Brit Ivnt Olamit) CANDUUGHTING T/Alf 29 Adar — 6:16 p.m. H TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD 13S1 S 14 ava. Rabbi Samuel Jaf'e HOLLY Reform — • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood 1725 Monroe it Conie>vit've R.ibhi Samuel Lerer. joint -• i %  • • w uh nn Halurda) • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa. eve Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Oavia Conviaer. i %  -. j, in S'I rm i On< Hun> TEMPLE ZION. 5T20 SW 1Tth at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waaman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. t-iiii\ 8:10 |.m Kerinon "The HlKh.•si I'aUlna i >nes Bhabbal hoata: Miami Jewfeh War Veteran* ; ,„, -.".:•. in i on 11 ••' National ^'' ,ir ; ft mandei I L P Saturday .• • ni Rai Mltavah Kdward, aon of air. • md Mi%  im lei t etcher TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6S00 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Giants. Prldav s in p in Kermon: "A NVve Month. ;. Sen Book ""' %  New Con,.,,, of Racrlfice." "<> %  rina*DHl i,.,-isiaterhocHl Raturdaj I a.m. s,r "Prtenth i Then and Stow. YEHUOAH MOSHV 13S30 W. Oixin hwy. Conservative Rabbi Sheloon Steinmetz. Cantor Morns Berner. i', .lav .:!." p i" rVrn on "Five 111 ,i.. .1 Thou win "">.• >rtn % %  ....;.,,, .,, rtneg Ohabual hoatu W %  ,. Satui-dn.v %  '< %  B i M ( ,i, i. -, v eon "i Ml and MB I I l,ll Im —• — VOUNO ISRAEL. 90 NE 171st at, Ortnoi*oK. Raobi SMerwm SAauber.



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RMBRIRRMRlR^RlRaRM l-cge 6-C *Jcnistfkrijiar Fr.dcry. March 17 m rij •r a !h ti( ta m Hi no I m p* wl CO M I r PC in b£ an m in th .it ui cc m in T sr of M m di M sc L. PTA committee of Temple Ner Tamid discusses results of F s arim S'udah for some 150 pupils of the Temple reliaious srhool. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Sidney Hahn, Joseph Sherbill and Ralph Mervis. Recr ere Mrs. Hyman RotTerJjera and Harriet Geller. Cooking Corner Mildred i.. I Fwr Ck 1 3 1 %  2 cur r-:-<-c. cooked prune. C£gcup sugar cup vegetal:. oil curs.fur. c..k( fi, i r BB Program Names Woman By Special Report n ASHINGTON — Appointment of l.y Erielman. of Baltimore, as nalirecl >t 3'nai B'rith's nit wish i ducation pro-ram. v announced thiweek by Maili i'.isgyer executive vice presii : of the organizat-on Edeiman. who jorneii the I B'r : .-taff as an editor and si in adult Jewish studies. i ceen acting director of the i B'rith program for the past even months formerly executive seci f the national academy for studies "i the Imted g gue of America and previedu ational director of the i .-: and West Assn., an internei n .. i educational organization and headed by author Pearl S Buck She also -erved as ttr and e; ltor in the State De1 s cverseas information I I r h established its adult -i education proeram in 1954 interest .r. Jewish issts the a-istance of • rk of rabbis -( holars educators in conducting its in•' "' • nd in th preparat.on of MSS. llir EDHMAN -he received a Master's degree in ^h Literature from Columbia University and a professional diploma in adult education administrat.on lrcm Teachers College. Columbia. Iman is the wife of Prof Nathar. Fit Iman. chairman of the roma e department of .'( hns tins University, and the • r of a 13 year-old daughter. is thi ... thor oi ::r.d •'The the Big Wii d Rebekahs Entertain Guest Mrs. Lucille Bodger. cistnc; i sident, was gu< si at (I Sunshine Rebekah • No. 9 on Tuesday :n Workr< .i Auditorium, 25 Washinpl Jewish culinary tradition has al ways had a wise and proper appn Ciation oi the rich flavor and vcr satility of the prune How sad th..! among many cooks there is a tendency to degrade it to the position of the lowliest of breakfa-t dishes, instead of elevating it to the plac in party fare ;t so richly dc-crv compote. Today let us consider a few recipes which exemplify how pruneare valued as party tare among otherv< 4-5. From the Near East come.. version of beef and prunes which is a cousin to our own tzimmas Since it can also be kept warm tor some time without impairing the taste or texture, this is a fine dish for a 'buffet or informal gue>; din ner. Last A i have 3 cake in the American Tadr.ion. For parties this version of Prune Cake ipar ticulai i with a rum-flavoring When bak< d as .* singli layer, it ma> also be i .<'t n hi I .. a pudding. .\.t;: n am or a custard sauo Near East Beef With Prunes pru:' (Spoons ii.: table oil %  ,. ions, finely diced •t..-; %  It •, -;. ons honey -. jnd nutnn g n .round cinnamon 111 on juice %  l^..tcasr>Xw ra^tiu powder l u %  soda 1 tear-rcm ground cinnamcD 1 teasprcT) ground nutmeg '-. teaspoon ground al!-pice >4 tcasr. M %  -i cur MH r milk 1 lca.-r> • %  : -ti ak. cu i nes overnight in the M-atei Heat the oil in a >aucepan. ano : thi : mi •'" ., ... | cup i : thi water in Meast • he prunes > r iw are pitted, ; -1 j ln .J cup. Cu1 .rt. .cry small piece Beat tht egg] into 2a iiy beat i the oil Sift • the fl ur, ] • • i • %  i ces, ai to the batter ; .'.'< mativi • % %  sour milk 5t r in thi ilia a: prune6rei '.-. axi d pajK r t ,'-.ir or. which the prunes were soaked, the P !" t W( B s wlUjd panr. UI IB th bati and lemon juice. Cover the J ( ,. i timmer until the ,-,,_ .w. .. ... ,,„. ,.j until about Ac.d the d nd honi simmt r about 25 mined, until both prunes and me; are soft Th< n should avy left to ten the meat runes with : .• This mak< thre< or fou; m< lium small pi rtu ns i s:nur,er until ine for n w r .• tender about one ,h r layers Rem ve pi and I racks 1 equall) .1 7-minutt "• or ed white icing i fill i • ing 2 tables • i • %  • WONDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN. BALMORAL AT THE Elegant, luxurious $urroundtngs, faultlets service, excepiional cuisine. Groups of 10 to 600calrd in the royal manner! FREE 0-P>rinits POOl ">— P,.., M BALMORAL C1UI SIX ACRES ON THE OCEAN AT 98th STREET • MIAMI REACH "The Prestige Addrtu



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Page 14-A 9-Jtnisi-fkridKa/n Friday. Mcich 17 1961 Planning committee of Youth Aliyah of Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Bernard Berkley, coordinator; national chairman of Youth Aliyah, Mrs. Max Schenck; and Mr*. Fred Jonas, president of chapter. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Robert Perlman, fund-raising chairman of chapter, and Samuel Sapiro. Ima coordinator. Miami Beach Chapter Will Celebrate Henrietta Szold's Youth Aliyah Program Henrietta Szold. founder ol Had i -..h and creator of the international Aliyah movement, said "My People Knock on Humanity's Door, nnd All They Ask is The Riyht To Livi Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah. consisting of 13 groupand 4.000 members, will celebrate their Youth Aliyah properly on Monday. Y. uth A!.; ah today is concerned v th tl total child." Although ; Southgate Plans Oneg Shabbat of Hadassah will I ts monthly Oneg 5 Satui ': le 1 %  Henrj %  • %  ". sbi %  S %  ol ish i > I.t .\\ Schi %  ; % %  s in charge oi '. r thai will follow Youth Aliyah training has long 'ieen associated with agriculture nainly, young people now arriving n Israel are setting their -:j:hts on nore technical irain.ru to unit Israel'^ nee for skilled workers. This net d is apparent in vill n which % %  %  lassah has established Youih Aliyah Daj Centers Reflectthesi needs art the training, course i %  • < %  idwo king locksmithing, metal working, cabinet making, nen aking and Bay Harbour Island p will I n i cer.es. I n Li andeis gro*. p d %  Deborah group at the 1 tail • tel at 12 : %  I tnti m< : .' : Mrs Esther Levitl is chairman ol the daj Mrs. Charh Gertler is pn Emma Laxarus group luncl will be at the Di| lomai Program i les a musi cal presentation ak er Youth Aliyah chairman is* Maurietta Fine. Mrs. Johan Berman is president. Esther group will have a Youth Aliyah patio party Special pro gram of entertainment will feature a children's group Mrs. Aaron Tepper is presidei t Israeli group luncheon IS at 12 noon at the Algiers hotel Guesl speaker will be Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy. Chairman ol the day is Mrs. Sol Silver man. Mrs. 1'hilip Kaplan is president. Shaloma group luncheon will be a: the Eden Roc hotel, Mona Lisa room, at 12 noon. Guesl speaker is Mrs. llaskell I.a/.re Program chairman is Mr-. Delia Delancj Mrs. Harry Gabrelov. is president Henrietta Sxold group luncheon will be at the Algiers hotel al neon. Cues: speaker iMrs. J< Shapior. Musical program is also slati Mrs M< rris Kogan is chairman (.t the day. Mrs. Emma Rat ner is presidt 11 Southgate group luncheon will I). at the Carillon hot< 1 al 12 noon Dramatization is "These — Our Builders Youth Aliyah chaii is Mrs Hannah Cohen Mrs Henry Wernick is presidi i Stephen s. Wise group will celebrate with a dinner dance on Sun evening, Mar. i;i. 7 j> m :' Martinique hotel ( hairmi i Mrs Harry P v'" 1 < n and M • 5am Dorfman. Mrs. Harrj Kop president hOslll.ll VOtt PASSOVER MAINSTAYS OF YOUR HOLIDAY TABLE No matter what else you serve, it's the cof'ee that makes the meal — it must be the best! MARTINSON'S COFFEE famous for 60 years MARTINSON the \.. %  %  Spector has I %  ctor e the inceptioi 1 Senate Games and Dancing Sunday T try Clublx r> meet for games and suneveninj ..• Temple Beth To'>ol build Left to right are Mesdames Emil Morton, soprano. Ev chairman of the day. Arthur Applebaum, president o! Senesch group of Hadassah. which will celebrate Youth with a luncheon on Monday at the Saxony hotel. Proc: eludes Mrs. Emil Morton in a musical selection and a monologue. "A Lost Childhood." by Mrs. Gershor. Chairman of program is Mrs. Ella Blonder. Youth Aliyc. man is Mrs. Eva Blum. 3ium, -m in:matic Milk*. %  Coral Gables Unit Sets Psychologist ai B'rith Women of Coral Dr Louis Maradio I %  M ill present a progi .. Aha; I ausi an hmo'ionall) Dis |d {regational Church, mil be surstl evening ipoaker Dr M radio the %  I director of Pni ( i : Mir.i •ion. &&$£&& /s ( % T Wti '. • : %  at fatliion *. • %  % %  '.' %  • food t*it ?1 > i S •> J tasio. C ,. CONI MATIONS • BECEPTlCNS • WEDDINGS ^^ K > BANOUCTb • MEITINOS • F.ftRTIE _J -" A "• i ) EAUVILLE y.\ S'P" cblc j\ /,' BILL COLORING. Catorlng Director ,8 ft •HON.: UN 5-85,1 A. Mr. Treadwell SL is fishing for 7 Gefilte I to catch Mother's ih He Luxe Got ir favorite supermarket. Fish for I brand— Mother's... You'll enjoy (traditional) gefilte "OSHIR FOB PASSOVER (g) FARCVC Moth er's ALL WHITEFISH DE LUXE GEFILTE FISH Fipm the bpotl*si KKchWM ot Mothers Food Prod Inc Newr* 5 N ff< Grliil. Fih r.cip* o.o*r Dehc.Ou* Do.ly Dining Writ* Dep J N



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today. March 17, 1961 +Jenisr Tk rida>r Miami's Combined Appeal Reaches $1,150,000 ., .;;.:/ by businessmen As car afer rai drove up to deinducted by CM • ver checks and edges, the day's ... elted the combined '•'> "•• ,. for the on.''^^'"H^^.-.i.^s.p^,!,^ Page 7-A liwi'lt Ap^l $52,000 for the on. I tain I te one-month • >. ar's >. paign. the ton anni urn i thai $32 000 had been brouf l ii in. Th:total :•: resei U d pledgi which were available and waiting for our Blitz volunteers, aid Up"All we r< quired was the worker on ih" spot ..! the right t me The busim --nun responded w ond< rinlh." According to Lipton, the sixhour solicitation was "the equivalent of vera! weeks of normal work at this time of the campaign. Since ihe prospects being "> v solicited avenge between $100 h< ard $200 each it was possible to _, i • ral campa %  l Lipton, the %  %  • ; %  % %  : ti the Busim I :.i-k He [ on and i i eers who A novel feature of the day's Icrocam iirai Ihs CJA Drive in Isc-n .c.a'ed on the grounds of Grtatei Miami Jewish Fed*In'o" Tak "9 'urns manning lh* scoth were a number of the luTmunity s *cp leaders, led by ptl and Sam J. Heiman, Fedpresident. with .• at l J \ an ong 1981 pli • < %  : w ithin Iheir checks Inving in i de %  %  MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie free Sftarfne iwtetener SWIIHt THAN SJGI Til NO IOOD VAlUf i lot .'•. ,•' jrc 10 tat Uif lor btf i i|rv < *cfc r.| p u tt Com n*m 4 n Jit MIAMI ID NM-fintMNt *' rocD bTORtS IVIRYMHIKI Gen. Mcsue %  :o:mer Comnic: lei Israel's Armed Forces, v cir.ve in the United F: %  Thursday to becin c wide ton: on behall Lo~cl UIA arm is the Combined lev* Appeal ot Greater Miami. Rosenthal Attends Meeting Herschel %  >• s< • • .-'i %  %  Feil \ r, ot nual 11 e i s etj mi tte< tioi ASK FOR BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS on of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC. JE 1-7117 W ARTHRITIS The Water You Drink DOES Make a Difference tkiora i '' 0 ,fl,in associated with kidney disorder, the ropid t, fi n< ( e cf *VMie wastes promoted by Mountain Volley Water may Jweek Avk your d otof about drinking 6 to 8 glasses daily for **s;o !" 7 H' cen,ur y. Mountain Valley Water is from h heolth dtiiv.-.j • ?' S P ,in 9. Ark. Start with a carton of six holf gallons, ,; 9ht to you. Water 301 S W. 8th Street Phone FRanklin 3-2484 JOSEPH UPTON Newsmen Plan SDX Installation Edward R Scripps II nati president of Sigma Delta Chi, will ihi' journalism society's Florida State meeting Apr n to IS at the Diplomat Inn to install the new Florida East Coast professional chapter "I th< smen's organization President Jack Kassewitz, ol the h< • %  GreaU r Miami professional chapter of SDX. announced that Scripps, who is vice president of the -i ripps Hov ard in .\ spa pi r j n dicati and Warren Vgci i xeculive offn er ol Ihi icietj, wil tend :h Florida mi i til Chairman Philip DeBerard said 'In tv o daj state session \wll in reach this figure only with the hardest kind of drive. • II too* 382 pledges to total this figure, and we arc pleased to have been able to wind up that many solicitations in just a six-hour effort. The results --peak for '.hem selvi as to the wonderful cooperation w got from campaign leaders and workers and irom the read) response we got from businessmen this day Optimism was expressed by campaign li ad< rs this v.irk as a result ol the sucessful six-hour effort. Lipl in warned that there is v!ill .! jood n the 1961 : ged everyone who has ladi his contribution to do %  soon a possible, Cpera Theatre in English \\< ;\ u w Country Club will present l ir < i M|„ i ,, n ,,|„ );1 theatre in English on Saturday evening, M..r 25 Festivities will begin with cock .Hiat H p 111. 7 and dinner at Nominees are Presented Nominees tor offices in the com i ar were presented bv Tern. i \dath Yeshurun Si>tcrhood at its monthly meeting Wednesday evening Youne Adult group also met Wednesda> at 8 p m elude a p.-ncl discussion bj medical, legal and police officials on "How the Press Covers M\ Professii • Kanzer Chapt. Seeks Members The Robert I. Kanzer chapter ol the National Jewish Civil Serv ice League is open t" anyone employed b> or retired from civil -. n ice Next mi eting is Sun i %  >-, l p.m at Beth El Congregation. Bill Niven is chairman for the afternoon TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom Tov spirit in this fine tea... "flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and milchigs and between meal refreshment... SERVED IN A GLASS OR A CUP %^ DISTRIBUTED BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 373 N.E. 61st St., Miami, F!a.



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Friday. March 17. 1961 Barcelona Seder Slates Belarsky Unittiffrrirffon Page 15-B S.ili fimoi iJeiarsky, internationally.-.Mi conduit the tr.i : ,. PasSOVet services lona hotel on Friday I, (i 30 p.m. nuinij under the l.atun ol the late Artwrn TOscanini The Seder, on the fust night .,[ Pas! iver, will be open to the pubCost will include the tradi, mviuuc imiratnitar of opera, radio, tiona] meal vine-. B ad all the e eoneert stage, trimmings, in addition to a concert i the privilege ol afterward Sugarine is Very Sweet and Should Be Used Sparingly to Lop Off Calories i %  %  Sugarine, you will ...•• %  thai 'I ivery. E tableapo tugar Three ie i up "t col i j liquid to start blends instantly in%  •I or cold Beience and econoideal sweeten, I i,m ma e; and lissolved sugar m ;lass iettmina. unecessary talour diets hen M a resh berries, sliced in mo mng cereal Add igarine to a small the truit juice, and onr.k %  .cure over the fruit. \ | the same reason truit with sugar r advi The flavor is en A istng Sugarine to •real, limply add a to the milk or cream before !' ,ver the cereal wh< %  Sugarine m reciI that it can easily be I for sugar when i give sweetness in cakes, cookies. depend on sugar xture and firm, or in Jams ii has a presei \ a ;ai cannot be ellII dun This word Sugarine m : foods which and body is tinsl indiscnmi1 in not expei l i i lone fudge \nicl i and) is i liquid cooked -. • ip consisteiu j %  .< Ii delights and 5 using Sugarine pie and logical S ganne in gela erts, in custards, in h puddings II iai becue taw i ;•• salad dress •aucc or soft cus tO add a hit of mraothness and ^ li ;ai ordinarily pro which is Be ber is that the ne which you use ir own tastes Be ijiv each person I 1 her good Judg ?* n! %  '' !•• of lam.K pn '' facts learned from %  standanze i huh will hold since our indi vidual tastes varj so much Per SOnS who make ., ~\ r ip rj| ing (i ffee an l b irj gi fruil under ,1 mound ol sugar will ; -more S n in< Some per. % % %  an aftertaste H hen "-mSutj .:'ill • o lav ishl} Tl simply the signal noi to use two dropl when oni v ill do Sugarine inow in national dis IribQtion through the lea ing food stores from c .as to-coasl if your favorite merchant has not yel ad ded Sugarine, he •• ill no doubl be glad to eld so al your request The convenient table sue, sha ker top t .1/ bottle will sweeten over TOO cups of coffee or tea and ipriced at only 75c Menorah Will Fete Journal Temple Menorah Will celebrate the completion of us Ad Journal with an award dinner on Sunday, Mar 26. 6 p m. at the Deauville hotel Program will feature Bobbi Baker comedian, and s ar Napoleon Reed singer MrSam Belsky ibanquet chairman, and Mrs Ra> Morse MrMaurice Smuckler and Mrs Blanche Marshall are journal chairnu n LEGAL NOTICE Esther Barrett, pianist, is shown receiving citation from the Surfside Music Society as "Outstanding Accompanist of Greater Miami for her work as piano accompanist for many singers and musical groups of this area. Presenting the award are Louis B. Hoberman (center), president of the Surfside Music Society, and Irving Billig. board member and chairmen of the awards committee. Stock Dividend Approved A .") percent dividend was approved by stockholders ot the Metropolitan Bank of Miami at its annual meeting here, it was announced by A J. Harris, chairman of the board All directors were reelected, and all officers reappointed Three new officers were named I ... %  • Mayor Burns to Speak Mayor Hayden Burns of Jack ille, former t andi late for go\ I speak I %  the Si uth chap ii the Florida Planning and \--n on Wednesday noon it rob) afeteria, HVi 5th st, and i e .,(, ording to an announi e ment by Jules P Channing. pres dent ot the Asan Mayor : Ie -• veral trips to Europe and the Far l'.i-t and will dlsOu* lommunium \ Democracy i H Gah in i* prog i am chair man for this meeting Beth H Sisterhood Sisterhood ol Congregation B< th KI held a luncheon and card l>ait\ on Tuesda) noon in Dora August Memorial Hall, 900 s\v 17th BVe., Miami fmonu-f/ Players Plan Temple Emanu-BI Players will hold a social evening on Monday in Slrkin Hall in preparation tor the forthcoming production. "Shin gle on Flagler Street." written and directed by Trixie Levin. Presi lent ol the Temple Emanu-EI ers is La on ird Glickman. Yehudah Moshe Sisterhood Mrs A .1 Brown, president. •••(inducted the regular meetii Congregati in Yehudah Mo-he Siterhood on Monday, Mrs Rose Racher was in charge ol the pro?ram Women's Party To Aid Library Women's Division of the Chamber of Commerce and Surt-Bal-Bay Library As-n will have a card party and luncheon Thursday noon. Apr 13. at the Americana hotel Funds raised will be used for the ui-keep of the library Mrs George Valentine is chairman and Mrs Leslie L. Altmann is in charge of ticket NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< i ril'K IS HKRKIM lilVKN Hi> (I i iitnt-tl eructate ill I •' 1 — Ii. -I.:. • > %  • rHK HK.NlKl ill IN IMI'A \ V %  %  %  : %  Mill I >ade I • p|< 1 %  %  : i %  • ,i rk i I I I :. I •. DER 'iTIOUS f AME L "• thai I hi i .| %  xir.v :it v. %  IN THE COUNTY JU DOE'S CO I D T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 5203C C IX II "RISKS I .s l>. NOTICE TOCREDI'ORS Ti Clal i Ksi i %  Vou ale •., • %  i to presei •• %  • UKi HtliKM UCMSTK N i. %  %  I I .i i 'ountj Judg• • i %  m I Ihi %  %  %  'i r. T v L'OU tl me i' 1 |i %  • PI II Ida, a Ithln clahi %  • %  i from tiidti(< of the fin-* i .. i hereof, •• %  rh. name ll u R \v\li >NI 1.1ST v S Ki >MMI:I, ,\ I:I K;KKS Attorne) II 12 %  Mm .it, Road Miami I'.i ... h I • him Ida : ...... SB Women to Meet Miami Beach chapter ol B'nai : ; nth Women w ill meet Tu< uniii at the Fontainebleau hotel Dr. Wolison Scheduled Dr A b r a h a m V\ olf son di-cussed "Plato's Republic" Tourslay morning, 9 a m on the loth : beat 1 : Miami Beach Recrea turn Department is sponsor of the lecture series Oli it tt a i' i c s ABRAHAM TISHMAN • %  A I \ A lie ftj|, a M > • in rifi \\a i • SVi \| •• T, i: i,. A %  MRS LORRAINE YOLKEN > I %  .. • 11 w > d teil Via I *i ,*. %  i i,.i .i.i nui Miami Mi mil i %  : %  %  ihi s Hi ma I \;.lir..-i\--n S.IUII %  • i m l Kuberl A ~. i ~ Kh hai .1 nd Mai K t •. bi %  •ih< i -i-i. i .mil h.-. |ian it* .-• %  • %  % %  • %  • : %  r., 'I mi.. i • %  tli ttivei sWl Men ii. i %  rail} EVA KRAKOWER N i ,l Mai n Pal She w.it> I 'imothel Sheldon It K Mian -. mil .lule-. and a %  %  \. Pair law n \ I MISS BLOSSOM BRUST \ it I • • \ %  %  il'r I renI VI MI 1,1 \ til tl H %  JACK SMORR \ v\ I led P.I |, e hen \ k SUIMM • \ laUKhtei la %  : • • %  %  • %  Serx lees wen N) M. niu la >' ipi H'II n av# OAV.D HERMAN \. jton ave., .i • I ''• %  He %  -iin-her* :, -v. n ) eai • .,,iii New V. tk and • a Mtl ; ,: .-. hiwife, FVtrei i • dauchter, Dorothy: an.i %  brother, I... .,\.i. Rel vie** .T.. M .r Rlver.-lde Memorial Ch*pel, waohlnjr1-11 .i\.i-re-fi x M-a-s Surviviiu tlire< -an I Id re • • i. i '• \ MRS BELLA SONNETT i eai Ii. "-•'I inie I -i\ v-aiH V e H V or k > • \ *<• .la ikh :. i-Vlre R IH i.-•.] Mi> i -.in Ilalpei n and -i-t. .-. t i i. were Ki II Mi II ial i 'I. u aidiins • --II .,.• LOUIS ISAACS %  -.. ol iHth M., I!aj llarbu laml i. He en me here nix • .. .^ I .i. t||n Mass Sin • • Mrtfi II.. th %  II. ling M %  liella Myern t.. .li'i^li:."* and -w.. bruiherKervlcen v .i %  • I %  '• '• it; Kh ••' > dr M.111..1 Ial 'it..;.. S mil) i>l. GEORGE GOLOFIELD died Jai H %  i • br.••'.. Me.vei 'i and l sl8te|> Sei > %  %  • don I rai ilonu LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE SCOURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58031 C IN" RK I '-• ,-. MAI'RIi •' I. K \!'fl.. •'A l>l ••• %  ;•-.•. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS I .%  • %  .i \ Inir Clal \ -. • i ^ i •. %  | %  .; % % %  • • %  : I if MAPR k'AP t i i %  MKYKI IAIK S \ Ki kl MM. A R< • • "!:I ,: | i r ..1 i. i. • • %  ^JUST SMK,T Pi^jp HoH Gwfttous peofvt -TWAW -rv^t er cif *> s MRS EVA NELSON • taoo AH.HI r.i. died Mai li N.* Vofll Clt) Sutxivini; ..'• dauchter Mrs Barbara N Wllki -,'.n Leonard Nelson; .. aiater and *• • • grandi hlldrei Servlcea were M ; | n sax V rk (*'t^ MRS. ROSA MUCHNIK u Orli HIM >t w Holl) „ ,„. i died reb Sil Hoc < %  • %  ""• eiuht yearn a*o from Milwaukee Su vivinK ire he hoaband, Zellg two .|auxhtern, Mi Kath*rln Pod n i M Kva Ktrand; iwo broi I randi hlldren • llivei -1.1. Mi %  • i • ALOO ZABBAN f 119 M Miami NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE \. • i III:KKI;\ • \ i \ \ itated ill i W.i re\\ i It It VAN I.IN S, S i i • Ii..Ii t|1 • • -M..; %  • -I V %  t I... i: %  • i i The I' ..i II • ion 81 S.W 1st l Pi I .. a. • In %  %  t I thai ..i • he -th a ..v \ %  IM] .i it Inj the lagal t MI n unl> beta • • n 11:00 pn H ... i nd ,l in ihi aftei noon, a I SI :•. N v\ j|.|, Avenue. Mi.urn. MurIda. th>. nude •-iiineil shall ..ff. r for -. %  to the htaheal !i .liler f..r cash In hand the ..r>..\•daacrlbad proper! aa the property of Louia Deren, .' (The I'r.ii Company), 66*1 s .\v !-; 'out: Pi i auderdale Dated n Miami, Mortda, the Ifith i.i\ ol March i'"H ACE-R.B VAN LINKS INC 3 17-W CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE D'SSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OT FLOR.QA T> • VI.I ti iVHnJI THKSI SKNTS NJIAI.I '' %  MK iSK I \\ hi ••..-. IAX MIA.V It*-: v.-ll PI.OKIDA • ST v >N, MIAMI KKAi'Ii I • i' NAOI.K Ml AM did ill tin. .. .i i.. i.. i„ thi providii i ul l' %  • • Statutes, MIAMI I:K \.l! MKNT SKRVU'K, rw ti Ii it:.i m Ipal |i •• • %  -MIAMI KKACH ItAltK • >l'NT> n the State nf Horld.i t. i .• % % %  ie the ntiM khiildej %  %  ... • ..ti the '-'" i h da ir \.t' 1981, .i i-,. t be • th. the Mecretar; I .i -• %  ..f Plorlda, .i i 'iinw tit of ii! I he hiildei undi r %  it-' • I -.. i i 'I.apt. A'lmi the .li— %  Ni iw, 11 %  • Home ill.I that requlrel 1111 IN WITNKSS nt,, • veil t S .f Pail ... v NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IM HKREBY <;i\ i:\ that the undarelcnad. dealrlna to .-nmiK.' in bun n--un i 'he i i-tltloi name • dOL.IMN'8 I>I:I.H'ATKSSI:N at I N.K I* Srd Stt • N' % %  • th Miami end I %  i asialer .ai I n imt with the Clerk ol the I'ti-.-ntt i',.ur: %  .:' i i...i.' .' %  I 'i rida IRIA i't.\. >w rrz M yiRllifli %  i-i -t %  -*:i:-; M iN A w \ I %  CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLU T ION IN THE NAMF A\0 BV THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Ti • \M. n • VVHi >M THESE .--I M.I. c iMi: URKKTINiiS U li.a-a-. I.Ki IN KA1 \ S MIAN M.nKII'A BETTT M CRKP.N I:|. \ I r, MIAMI h'l.i R1I>A K BRICK R 8CHER, MIAMI Pt.ORII>A did "ti the 8th daj al June, A 11 cause t.. be Incorporated under the lona ..r Chapter IM, Morida Statute.-. TKMI'II. INC., a .r;i .r • i.. with it> principal place • %  MIAMI. ti.MiK eorxTv. in the But* of Hiiriil.i. and wheraai tha atoi holder-If MJI'II %  ltd .n the •*th day of Mar. li. All INI, r .u.to tie filed in the office of ths... retarj .-f State of the Sl.it...t l-'l.irida .. C II sent of all the atoi'kholderu mder thpr..\ lalona of aaid C I' Statnti-M. ahowina the dissolution >f KUCh Ci .rp.-t .i t i-.n Now. th.Tef.ir-. the BeOSStar State do-hereb) .. %  trtna ind tha I he that tha requirements of law have been pile. I ith IN WI l\i:ss WTHRRhXlF I i.. info -••• "iv led the Orea • % %  ,.i i i :• .. rp MARCH \ l> I]



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Page 4-A pn 1stfkridfi.'nr Friday, y~. rh ., ^ i AMERICAN CONTRIBUTION y a SI F 1; ai e; li m o< G B' Iy in. CO of ti< nt mi l i 1 i I i i i t i i < i i i 1 I I 1 s t I "Jewish Floridian CFFICE end PLANT — 120 NE Sixth Street Telephone FP. 3 Teletype Communications Miami TV.'X MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor end Publisher LEG MINDLIN Executive Editor i %  %  ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 2 Bi a \ thuda — Tel Avn Is RAY T BINDER Corrc^po• New Election for Israel If Israel's political dilemma continues up in the air these days, at least one imponderable has been resolved. There will be a national election sometime during the summer months. President Ben-Zvi's nth-hour maneuvering 'o recreate a government under Premier BenGurion has qone by the boards. Israel must now take on the expense of en election camn-cign. So long as the youthful nation's mutli-party system continues in force, it is too much to expect that any major change will be in the effing. The possibility that Mr. Ben-Gurion will resume the premiership at the helm of a new '-cc.it.cn is certainly a good one. On the other hand, sufficient opposition exits to defeat his slender Mapai control. New political winds are blowinq in Isrcel \-.ese days. New blood is or. the horizon—at east r.ew" to the extent that it has not yet g.-oced the premiership. But whoever inherents the ship of state, whether Mr. Ben-Gurion. himself, or a successor, the problem remains: a multi-party system that is the essence of true democracy and its createst deterrent at the s: .retime. So Icr.g as Israelis will not be accorded the portunity to elect one of several clear working majorities, based on preference for the politcgram the wini ajority criers, and long c? c clear work::.ma ority can not :c.-.tentrcte on fulfilling its pre period of qove-.-n .-.g I me .ong -e plagued by mot crisis c:.d %  ":' %  American Poet in Israel .."le bit of Miami has cor.f off to Isrcel .-.e form of Robert Frost, renowned Amer r Zn zee-. Mr. Frost is the first lecturer in American Culture and Civilization at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Although a solid New Englcnder. Mr. Frost winters here in South Miami, and this community takes pride that one of its residents has been chosen to inaugurate the unique Hebrew University lecture series. Poet Frot is about as American as a man can possibly be. His wise, weather-beaten Hce is a symbol of the ruqged determination that has made our nation the world's leading democracy. His poetry speaks of Americc's simple heart in simcle terms. Mr. Frost's lectures should brinq a novel menage to Isrcel about the hopes of free men rywhere for the ultimate attainment of the d cf pastcrcl peace universally envisioned by the philosophic mind. • ~ e Wee* %  % % % % %  • • .. I II %  % %  • Eng •• %  5. Si..' CN ri-£5 e Thru Vl me 34 Number 11 Fridav Men h 17 A iai 5721 North African Jewry's Fate %  The Mchami ry %  : menl this week Ig .-..C.:. % %  _.is first re or i z: rliffi :ul y •e. For implicit in such cr... 3 separate, not to unite. Fee: is that Algeria's Tews however z.er.their roots in the country, are looked upon cs Europeans not Africans. Thus, the fete of this community is inevitably intertwined with •he fete of the French. If the French leave, as ultimately appears inevitable, it would seem the better part of valor for the Jewish community to leave with them. But reports from Paris and Algeria indicate that the Jews are unwilling to do so. Their future now seems as hazcrdous as Moroccan Jewry's, even though they are gambling on the tenuous hope that it is not. The Latest Toynbee-ism British historian Alfred Toynbee has had a stormy career durina the past few veers. His ups and downs, widely heralded in the press, belie the sheltered seclusion with which academicians are frequently associated In the first instance. Prof. Toynbee accused the Jews of beino a "fossil" culture was a kind of clear petulance in the charqe symbolized by Toynbee's an that Jews somehow iail to fit into his .se pat view of history. The more accommodating amon : i conceive of nothing more va! lo submit to genocide in order to reaffirm the professor's faith in h:s very scholarly theories not so one. Mr. Abba Ebon, a scholar • >me note himself, then Israel's Ambassa lot to the United States and the United Natic Also admirably equipped to deal with the mystic view of history, Mr. Eban flun bee chcrge back ct its source %  \ furor that rattled the British philosoj tant speculation Duri -. the I years the pre:.. >fessed apology a profuse e: : them. Almosl -• roynbee started th< month in a series oi lectun McGUl University where ho restated charqe that Israel .; Hitlei bana.mg of the Arab refugee s.. ., OG .. Sister Pa 9 ^^ SeVeZ l **** CC;c ta It is somewhat sad to note ihose who take tne professor on in debate new i:nd themselves accused cf vet another i„creasin called anti-Semitic. This is the newest nh l„ iTo'rmai rega r a '? ** ** ^SSRA Information Center propaganda selves, while theorizing that philo-S Israelophobia are perfectly compal d The argument will undoub: as e{{ r hve as the Arab's owr. handl P^itottonof confusion ( I 6 2JSE*? f Dr Toynlx houS stoop to using it seems nigh on indefensible Young Jewish Scientist Gave His Life in Polar Expedition By MILTCN FRIEDMAN Jewish [most • years milar • iplatr. been %  ol • Israeis role in tha Greely E*pedi*'On *as nadveitenly revealed when A. L. Todd a bographer recently researched dusty archives and ciaries for a book on Gen. Adolphus W. Greely, Civil War veteran, frontiersman, and pioneer Artie eaplorer. Vpart pr< bj Gi Greely Israi ther martyrs :' •• %  %  %  tioi received no ol I • > Govern• %  volun• %  first •> -temat and %  fie study of N -:•'. Poll • !'< rhaps the \w\l stimulate tx recognition. Although d< %  • for ign Greely %  %  ton un%  hen G< %  Bil > Mitchell, Air Force | neei I ghi Congn -to gel thi ; er •> 1 ngrt ssional M< ... I Hi nor Th< Greelj Exj edil ;hc American contnbui to the first c op< rati%'< mt< r a] iciem ivor It li i mational i lar Yi %  % %  ther nal %  • • cplor• Israel was descbed by Greely as the Beniam.n c f the epedi lien, the beloved, youngest of the brotherhood that emerged in thiee years of Artie isc.at.on nd agony. %  %  • %  t %  1 • i nsin %  I : %  %  h i from n which that Ira< 22 an unus y bni member class tied his Tf '' m the dead! mother, Mrs Ti IK [SI I) gave hrael was then ,worn in by th Army in Wah,r. 3 ton w.th the Cor. s r9tin *• Sional Corps Apart f rem he phy,!,,^ •*rael was the only university graduate en the *Pdition"Mi t higam had awsrdra his deg r ^ j absentia. Tho rest of the ( %  ., ^ I mainlj Army fougbl Indians Though he i thl te. I9i na ol th. ruggi ,| ere used to i ,j man) id n years i I morak by led and the 1 ; their sacrifice s. H< I •rk He even ga> ;| .re. on l.f< I rful hut mild n a :..< 1 adjusted to .. lions, and heipt'd allc\ [ tion and borrdorr. d< : s sttl •us a> thtyoungest [ < !i eely an j (he e> [ phj sician toughl i-r..> I partner. The expedition was ..apcml to be relieved in 1U3. Tragical Iy, the relief ship was crushdl in the ice and sank. Credril party made their way toward cl viliafion by foet and wHalfboatl They were often lost amon? *tl icebergs. So vital became VnvA edge of their actual position, l dangerous if adverse, Greely 9*1 Israel to withhcW noonday cill lations from the others Not ncf| did Israel betray this trust. The starving gi 'I doned for yet ai %  I rescue ships 'I through th< .vi this last tragic inn i shift shelter, Israel rea bj thi • -I blubber lamp I "Israel sufferii I I ti > %  •.-. but tu n :• • ?| %  ttersnci "'| plaints ti ns dumdii C to I led i lit .: i day • •< %  • fie threi i ] n by om li L : months my hand.i over las "I kindness, considerat I v.irv mc equsnunity I en railed Hissrvieei een verj • in our sen: tific work inn the hunal sen • | ful of him and his iH lieople, and tion uhir'i his con Indeed. Gre. I sleep Israel I tual srarmtl the free/... Greely. a professional JJ1 who had only a hrgh seh** Continued on Page '0 A



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Friday, March 17. 1961 +J€nisf> fhrHirtr Secretary of Agriculture Freeman Wi!i Address National Council in Pittsburgh =y Special Report 3 Secretar %  an h ;.' al the hi %  n ol the \.. 11 Mr> P k l>> Ml 67-yei pi %  id< nl ol I: Section ol the \\ Jew ish Women, :. i gat< and %  •' ''' '' I Mrs. Meyers Gets ISemincry Award -,;-. r Meyers was |. nun it > Leader [ship \. N'attOnaJ Brno Torah Fund* on 7 Waldorf-Astoria lio New %  unit of National I, -.is holding the Of its $500,000 I, • i'l ot the Jewish Se ar> of America. I of the Coaacr I. [)j\ I. aw aril \\ inning Wrai tn IMI • the luncheon, l inkelstain, chanlary, waa scheri award on Mrs ither wom< i : > throughout the II v i .irii is gi%en r exetnp rs tc enrn h • I rmer resi. .i i | • %  %  n il has n> :r the (ri \ i d V VWHA. %  Miami Jew %  : the oi Sholom, is i ml <•[ %  of ol Miami ida i hati mai ion oi Bonds held office in .Hail.,--.,' lewtan Worn the \mcr: 1 ,, orney, Mrs i the Miami i-ion la state tssns She or I Women Lawsent the I ^ m > Mm i \\ Mrs J vf rs Raymond Ru iner Mrs. • William \ MI |.; | wln : Mr Harry Mrs Ha ernal 0\e r 8 cities p i %  I •' ; I %  %  i • I Mi iry D. Keyset In'.-. ist ai %  mer exeru tivi aimer's I • Marli in lie en anniversarj ol \> IW ,. il action, thi conven lion highli. hi major issues I the Council in i ongoing efforts te advance democracj and human welfare at home and abroad Mrs Hymes' presidential address wili keynote the sessions on the opening da> On Monday. Dr Freehof, a re nowned Judaic scholar and spin tual leader ol Congregation Rodei shall.in in Pittsburgh, will set the %  one for delegate action v ith a discussion of a ha>ic Jewish approach to needs of a changing world Mrs Key&erling's analysis ol current prospects for i s i >, ial welfare progress w ill prefai • ele gate action on housmg and urban .il ai l to education, and ither communit) needs refit cted I • imn ghoul the l S Hearings on inti rnal >trong l".s %  \ % %  N ".\ • is pr I ructu t ir the li" s hool the i %  demon • • Co mi.. ipporl ed John I y & [Ed niversit) l he N JW also awards ihips for gra '•• in the \ S to ed i and welfare sp ind other na lion* h hi n return to their o n countries Jewish women \ leer lea lei Ir >m abroad re< eivi Council fellov thtp t u studj ibsei vatioi Imencan Jewish communal I Page 15-A Mrs. Esther Lerman (leh). chairman and vice president of the Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'rith Women, and Mrs. Sam Belsky. president, discuss the organization's second annual Spring Festival at the Deauville hotel next Tuesday evening. Proceeds are for the Bellefaire Home for Disturbd Children and Children's Home in Israel. Committee includes Mesdames David Dreeben. Clara Denner. Harvey Michaelson. Solomon Moses, Flora Sinick, Diane Sondbera. and Sidney Teper. Dr. Narot Will Discuss Wolfe Dr Joseph S >l rei w 'Thon Wolfi bj I i Nowell, includii ission man; I iei on T.i.'ay evi n Wo i Audro, ium. This is t • n sei sen ed bj th< Sisti lie Isi R e f i i II bi • i popi i. %  In I Mrs. Howard Hi etl • 'Living Hebrew' In 17th Program "Living Hebi i sored by the Bureau ol Jew ish E Iucation, over WTHS. ch 2. continues into its 17th broadcast The remaining thro.' broadi is i n ••Social Hebrew" will deal with words borrowed bj Hebrew from other languages The program iheard weekly on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m Instructor is Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Goodwill Group Meeting Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold a luncheon and card party on Thursday noon. Mar 23. at Beth El Congregation \ lent She is also active in the Florida Federation of Business and pi it,.-%  • %  il V i lubs hat inserve I as its state legislative itfirst presi i tairman Women's League Torah Bruncheon Florida of the National en's 1. -'.i-. i %  of the 1 \ ••ca Jewish 1 i ,i Seminar) will it ann ta r irah Fund brunch tel on ThursMai \ nan : ", %  ; est spi aker Program wi Mfred IA Temple Meyei Ibra iwita Temple M ii rah; Harrj Li pri lent. Temple Shalom, Hollj %  \ ii :< I Stone. Ti i Emanu El; and Anna Brenner Meyers Mr Mey< rs ithe re< immunity Leadership Award ol the Torah Fund, which will be presented to her at a luncheon of n il benefactors in the Wal: %  f-Asl ii... h itel in Sew \ rk :hiweek Mrs Nathan II Spiegelman, Flo rida branch Torah chairman, is chairman of the da) The branch was also to nuv Thursday at Temple Sinai of Hollywood tor round-table discussions, with chairmen of the 29 affiliated Sisterhoods throughout Florida participating. Foremost Dairies PASSOVER MILK UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE ORTHODOX YAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA RA3BI DR. ISAAC HIRSCH EVER, p,,. c!* ud f h El Connreqation Mar. 5 mFJOM 6 cipants in a musical show. Mull "" Qre MeadamtJ* Marion Broom. Dia:-.e 8r*M j nc A : Zohn Seated (leh to right 1 Freda?-* 0 i,,h Solomon. Anna Paul. B. „.? id Mrs. AbeChiei. Mesdc: Kaplan Jack Shapiro, president, and Syd Swimmer. Standing (left to riqht) are Norman Solomon. Judy Solomon, and Fannie A~es producer-director. Shirley Scnirf. master of' ceremonies. Lee Weger Esta Karpeil. Minerva Cohen, oanist Freda Miller. Clara Kahn Bess Personik, Ethel Levin. Sara Jacobson, and Eric Press, accordionist. DIRECTOR BE SURE ITS Foremost Dairies RETAIL DIVISION For Home Delivery Ph. FR 4-2621 PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER Look for the Passover Emblem on All Products



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Page U-C ImistncrMtor Friday. March 17. i i i t a u c n lr T. 81 01 M h; u di ve M so be La $1,155,000 Launches Reform Jewish Fund Drive on Beach LEGAL NOTICE Contributions .• 10 from Jew:i re! rs in TH-p*rrrrr t h e — urrtr y-*** announced here Sal ;i national inaug development I Judaism, wnu i sen %  'L961 campaign With more than 35( nat nallj %  si :. us E • : the %  '' %  %  %  • • %  .:• • i thi S 5.000 or betn r have been .. in rece th* !?$ I %  %  %  ,n • I I Leaders meet at functicr. ot Miami Beach Trainina Schcoi tor Retarded Children ct the Alaiers hotel. Seated left to right] are Rabbi David Kerson, of Beth Emeth Conqreqation: Miami Beach City Councilman Kenneth Oka; and Andrew Bialolenta, who acted as master of ceremonies. Standing are Ella Wahman. president of the schcoi, and Jordan Davidson. He prominent rabbis and iym n atj ..... %  • ., tendance at the Am ricana hotel. g .. • 5 l be rethe inaugural tl, opening oi the fund's secon ear activity tor the rais f SI with which I i %  %  %  flung physical exparu the 88 ^* ?T T >utNAMt LAW. ? year-old I'nion ol V.n %  %  HeLEGAL NOTICE brew C mgre" year old H< b Jewi.-h Institute I R • Students of the Temple Emanu-El Foundation School, a Hebrew and secular program for children of kindergarten throuqh third grade age, participate in a Purim S'udah luncheon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kasdin. Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-El, explains the significance of the three-cornered holiday pastry the hamantash. Depictina the characters of the ancient Purim story of Esther, Ahaseuras, Mordecai and Haman are (left to right) Allen Singer, Nison Kasdin. Olivia Levin and Yael Yanich. Rabbi Dr. Edgar F. Magnm spirit!,• I leader of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Los Angeles, Calif., Ueyncied the opening of the funds 1961 effort with a call t c American Jews to 'strengthen Ihe House of American Israel as a fundamental way of safeguarding the vitality of all Israel, and of free institutions everywhere. •Tins ia time of nullificatioi •i,declared "Con tary. economic and poiitii il i-rs are not oni> becomii g eqi i each other in their capacitj I r destruction, i •-"'• and but tend to cancel each othi the point ol stalemate The idv in tage held by tree men. therefore, lies more and more in their spiritual treasury with its G id-given principles of mercy, justice, broth erhood and love The more ive draw on this treasure, the more we share it with humanit) every where, and the more we build the institutions that remir i iol '.hem. the stronger we will Miami %  s %  %  \3 T CL .N3: 3 % %  x N K • %  V-. % %  %  H %  • %  >am if ATTENTION HOME OWNERS! DON'T MISS THE DEADLINE FOR FILING APPLICATION FCR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION. FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES FILING BY APRIL 1, 1961 If you have lost the renewal fo-m mailed to you, go to youi nearest city hall cr county tax assessor's office with the legal description of your property. A deputy assessor will be at the following locations to assist you in making your returns. DAILY: MONDAY NOTICE 3V PU8L CATION N THE CIRCL T COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C : IT OF FLO 1 DA IN 4\3 • 0 3 0£ CDLNTV INCHANCSRV NJ ->'C %  -i. IS A A S K N A %  I.II.I \N SKNAI i %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE *•• > %  %  t N %  NVw Yoi V I %  I •...-,. %  f J < v •• KNKTT !:••!•)! I i.i •• %  • : %  %  • \ \ %  kMIAMI I %  : II .. • i O.i dens No. Th -N< S tilt I Hi ... TAMIAMI IWi'' '" i d< %  • VMIAMI I'lXKs plat Hook H I ii ,i> ..i i • i Tl.il I II M i. inn. I •. I-' • Coral Garden. No. Pour (No. 10 401 v S • Hall %  : • Ke\l d Plal VMIAMI PINES • • i.f I >ade • I ,I...-. • \ M \ %  \•• • • n %  %  %  : %  I I Mia • • Co %  G.irdens Nj F v • :,. I M \ i • I %  %  %  %  Coral Gardens No • %  N • h • %  '• !;• • V.MIAMI IMS KM • >l iaill %  %  nl %  • TA.MIA v t Plat |1< MI 'i p Cor.il G.irdens No T-n 10.404% S % %  Hall N • • i AMI VMI I plot the reol Pl.it P-ool .I i M>• I •!•:>• HIIIKIi \.I ,.,1 |U *' HI' lUM\ TAMIAMI PINBS %  .....! ..| .1. | || • ihi P • • • II..i i.i.> Coral Gardens No Eleven (No 10.41 Hall -' : I %  %  i %  -. • lion VMIAMI PIN i In |.lal ilt< %  %  •• i 'iii. r vi..— • i -r— -r.M-.i-:i • v VMIAMI Pl.VRS %  %  %  Coral Gardens No T*. iNa Villli lit I I VMM i %  IN Mi*mi Prooer — County Tax Isjmwr'l Office Cajrt Hous Mimi Bsh — 9:00 Till 4:30 ParrifNj — Mtro Dade Co. B'dg & Zor-irtg Sub. Station, 9370 E. Ft)r/1 U H altah — 9:00 till 4:30 Homestead — 9 till 4:30 TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Ops-'ocka — 8:30 till 12:00 Miami Shore*— 1:30 till 4:33 H altah — 9:00 till 4:30 Vi!;. of Bi*c. Park, mar. 23. only_9 : }J • i ;: THURSDAY: West Mumi — 9 till 12:01 South Miami — 1:33 to 4:30 3ay Harbor Island— 2 till 4 30 Coral Gables —3 33 t i Nor h Bay Village — M.a-. 22 only~9:00 till 12:00 North Mjmi — 8:30 till 4:33 M-ami Snrgs — 1 till 4:30 Coral Gables— 8:30 till 4:30 FRIDAY: North Miami Beach — 9 till 4:30 Cora! Gables — 8:30 till 4 K Bal Harbar — 11:30 till 1 Surfsid* — 2:00 till 4:30 The Tax Assessor Cannot Allow Homestead Exemption Unless the Application Is Filed Within The Time Limit Provided By Law. For This Reason I Urge All Home Owners To File Their Applications Without Delay. THOMAS A. O'CONNOR AK70P0UMJ DADl COUMTf fa* 4S$$0 ft* Sur You Ct Your Receipt For Filing 1961 Homestead Exemption %  V • %  %  \ S'. \ i 'N il CE OF S"£ CIAL .TERs 5*L€ \ • %  %  | %  I'.l.. | %  rtoiil -. 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No^v The South one h* I AMIAMI PIS %  |, • |i d. ; leacnbed ..l-ot; %  '• Rlwh IS %  TAMIAS irdlng • |: ., (he PUWI. R %  I' da ..n Inc Coral Garden. NO (f Sev r ^: The North one-ha %  4 the B*vled H TAMIAMI PINIW Boo* II, : % % %  of i-,,i. • nt>. I-T deesiibed aa Lota i • ,.| N K..o.r.liM. ..PUI '•' %  the IMlilw K rda %  I farther w"h ctattj ,„ -h. Chattel M'l I the plaintiff -WU •; Ail a. more parti the • -: %  %  • "vin>H si • •



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m Mcrch 17. 1961 +Jcwisti McridFfor Page 3-B MUSIC AND THEATER ^X if/ii.111 A ^ '-II n o t e s DPhie Fashions To Aid Victims National Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will be recipient of all proceeds collected by the Miami Alum nae-of Delta Phi Bpsikm sorority ;ii the sorority's annual Founders Day has announced the following comfashion coordinator: Irvin Miller, mittee: treasurer: Joel Kaiser, awards; Mesdames Herbert Bernstein. Leonard Grand, tickets; and Al| chairman; .Marvin (iuberman, bert Rosman. publicity. iHf MPISH GENIUS FROM BRITAIN .1 world is laddened by the ('rath ot Sir Thomas Beecham. known conductor of symphony and opera He was 8i ls Britain's greatest symphonic conductor ol the century. usic world's foremosi Interpreters ol Mozart, Handel I • known almost is well for his caustic witticisms, somesuall) irreverent, which both Infuriated and delighted f audienceSir Thomas, who inherited ;i vast fortune and title from nl medicine manufacturing empire, -pent mil -. peratic and symphonic work-, producing 120 operas i the century, organizing eighl orchestras over a nd keeping alive virtually single handedly ihmusi< : %  d< Hi k I" lius rid a for a while, main' y and oul as • grovi Dui ing this period ol • hap position lat< i Florida Suit) i his :i debut with tin \. • york Philhar • a fr qui nl \ isiti r to \merica More • • most of them true are told about the impish little "'i prominent Briton Most ol all, he hki ng audiencei He once informed such .i en I ot idots He i^ reputed to have (old another • %  .i concert in Manchester he said he would never re • ii *as tired of playing to savages. • • XCITING SERIES AT DADE AUDITORIUM Cultural Series, In association with the International ..n i Francis Mayville announce an exceptionally ram for 1961-62 at Dade County Auditorium. The • Russe will be presented Dec 8 to 10 thi -i rii Vienna on Parade, company of SO ballet danloists, direct lrom the Vienna Opera House, on Jan 962; Juan Mircadal. billed athe Toscamni of the gui-' %  Peb. 16; Mariano Parra and his company of Flamcn Spanish dancers, singers and musicians, from Spain on '23 evskj Festival Ballet, the world-renowned star with Ma 10; Jose Greco and hiSpanish dance nd 2-i. and the -tunning National Ballet "I ( anada, elect nine of the 13 performances the) wi-h '.. r favorite seal locations tor each ol them \ ne it .• full one third reduction, and memberthrough March by calling HI B • • • IIG BARE MODERN BARN? '.; Opera House, thai magnificent struct ur< known *orld center ol operatic art, is scheduled % %  the winter of 1964-65 riu block-squan property on d landmark is located will be turned over to a group erect a commercial building This is progress? '',>!.! \ssn announced H has signed .• lease with %  • > r !."• prupert) as soon as a new opera house is 1 y ,n the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, now • n New York Citj The association said it hope, to • meal the Center on Manhattan's west side tor the 1964pect to Lincoln Center, all ol us who dearlj love rand perfect acoutics of the Met are waiting with • that the new building will not turn oul to be a big, with blown-up mechanical sound. • • • PNISTORIZED BASKETBALL SCORES nterrupted her ana in Hopkinsville, Ky slapped i •t the pii DO and snapped I'm -or > Ladies and j %  i two ..II Is in the audience >\ho h< • n gig• '•'.:• Ihinj The) are driving me oul ol my mind." ion : : the Mi tropolitan Open tar i noti d ring the ci i i ei I Several pati on* en loth n adi %  I of a neai bj I I I k<' pSYLVANIA CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS ramp scholarshipand young artist awards will be %  a nia Music Camp m North ( arohr.a this slimmer in %  • 25th anniversarj of the camp htipa ..re available to young musicians age 12 to is for a at the camp in orchestral and band instruments They '"• through tape audtions The young artist awardare the Southeast between 19 and 30 Areas ,>t comWi an '"'"' Piano, cello, viola, and violin. will be guests of Transylvania for a week, when they will Cash ..wards and a sole performance with the orchestra Applim may be obtained bv writing the Bievard Music Center %  %  P Fund. Box 4263. Charlotte 4. N.C. TUDY Two Delta Phi Epsilon childien who will model at the "Spring Parade" fashion show are Jill and Joan Bernstein. luncheon and fashion .-how at the Seville hotel on Saturday noon. Spring Parade is the theme of the affair, and an assortment of ladie-" fashions from Beth Weber. ol South Miami, will be shown. Highlight of the program will be Delta Phi Epsilon children model ing fashionlrom Patt's, of Bay Harbor, and Youngland Fashions, of Surfside. MrRaymond Scheer, president. WIDOW WISHES TO SHARE HER 2 BEDROOM HOME with business woman. SW, on bus line, 3 blocks from Coral Way. HI 3-0146 ONE OR TWO BEDROOMS FOR RENT Private Bath, Reasonable. Near 163rd Street Shopping Center. UN 5 3826 SAND ELL TUft Strictly Kosher Catering • BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • PARTIES 7446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH flA Ph. UN 6 6226 Ph. UN 6 5278 %  you for your Patronage A HAPFY PASSOVER TO ALL F:fi PROGRAM IN PUERTO RICO lil and half scholarships to an tight-week study program in Kmu hlN limrTUr ar <" open to gifted young musicians, composers muhM e ? Ucator of the Americas. The program is a project of the fcrnian u lns '"ute of Music at Inter-American University in San F The July 3-Aug. 29 sessions will be directed by Dr Roy %  *"< founded the Institute. WLrtld 1hls sum ">er will include Janos Starker, cellist; Sidney %  sniu u : and members of the Curtis String Quartet, pianists Iwatm and '•< Ma ria Sanroma. and violinist Tersa Harth )n available at the New School of Music. 1738 Pine St., PhilaPASSOVER SEDERS Mashgucn en Premise! 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Fndcv. March 17. 1961 MmM fkridlimr Page 7-B ^Atarminoflu \jeitrs, CsJith ^y^fpplcbai tin UGL'RAL luncheon of Ihr { -1 n's (IA tsion of Sj a -,c %  >( Israi Bonds was held roll ;-, .::;. I... ail hotel. treati 'I to .. magmfi, r fashu n show rdan Mar-h. y %  %  r,.i-io;vil (hair ian raw -ilk in ith Hi' i". on man "t the : Greatei Mi '.; %  %  : '• ., men with a tt '-I" bod [ r an Israeli • i • -m.: • ue IIr Italian < %  <>• :• hOK • "! au de I'un I an aleiv I. %  • one she I PI Min i in tones tling nexl to Mrs A J. Can hich i %K& ressj urn %  • %  ( t W) rt ely covi Vli Tamara n .i-k • Upton, "f I lai r. and ith a mil in m New York, : multi THE MAN WITH THE MOUSTACHE H I I \r. ... L*W KROHN k imander can nth his beard TOGA VICHY WATER %  %  N W SWING r5 SA M o/ fce,$ Re f <"ants ^ATOGA GEYSER l'ous5 L ? n KPERRIER CF?cc, PA • MT VAll Y ^ESTINS VICHY HrW ERATE0 HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE S 27,h Ave, Miami -av -' HI 8-4606 colored warped silk taffeta. Her shoowere from Israel and oi hand made calfskil • • |u|RS. Dick Shawn wore a white ,TI chantill) lao sheath over pink Ik lafteta Th • as re embroidered with white ci pads Moj gashi I -i %  was the %  M %  • .. Gopman in thn p lavcndei ih emMiss Sherman Weds Engineer K an and Ho .\.inl l; irr> (iros*man w en mar i : S tur la Mai .11.m hotel Dr Irving l.< hrman officiated at rhi 7 o'clock \ :• • %  • the hotel Thi lei oi Mr Mrs George Sh mai 1 X E lit ter Shi .a graduate "i Miami Beach High School, and .it y of E lorida Delta PI her soi I i er ieddii h cl ose a gown ol ilk peau ill v it with neck : • utlincd in im: led alenc< ICI The sofl -kirt v .ihi hlighti.! > ith the la< e and • to ., regal train She com : I. d • en f'li M .ih a li< red veil softl) draped to a petal -ilk plateau i ap edged in i> aria Elinor Wi>hnatzki \'.imatroi .in Phylis Bunny Me howiU .mil Lill) M' -k. bridesmaids. The groom is the son "t Mr Beniamin G of Brooklyn, \ v ami i ate Sophie Gross man B i was Howard Van Hal vej and Allan Bash sen ed as hei He has : egree In elei pngn el tu\ e rs Masters from I'm verxl hern ( forma His : inly iPi i ambda Phi, and he .prew titlj a mi mbei ol thi leehnici Aircraft in I...\: li i hi ;• • in to i| le w :ll In i ..' S eld av< Los Vngli ( alii September Rites For Bride-Elect Mr -in Mi v -• Schonfeld, 5736 Pine Tree dr announce the i n daughter, Nancy nnetl Budd) I Feldman, on of Mr and Mrs Ulan Feldman. 9172 Dii kens a> e The bnd< > cl a graduate >t Miami Beach S< nior High and al tended Sophii New comb Collt Orleans Shi is present!) a Junior at ih<' L'mversitj <•! Miami. where she majors in speech Iher %  p) ii. r sororit) is Sigma Delta T..ii Mis Schonfeld'a paternal grand pan nts, the Josi ph Si honfi ds vain, to K. 5 West before the turn ..I the centur>. and settled in Miami m the earls M,,, 'Her fiance ia ..I-'' a Bra luati i I Miami Beach Senior High, and is attending the lavs school at Ihe Universit) ol Miami. He is urei ol Phi Alpha Delta law fra tt-rr.it> A September wedding is planned. broidered laci appliques in .. fl< ral i n. The Israeli Italian fashion show was a first"' in la-hion history. II i resented designs made of Israeli and Italian fabrics by Italy's ami Israel's leading couturiers The show was commentated by Btsa Myer&on who wore a red silk -uit. Her jacket was waist-length with thi loose .a.-\ m. yet contourad. Matching colored hunt buttons and three-quarter sleeves, along with a stand-awaj collar, were her fashion highlights. Among ou'-oltoun guests were MrDavid P Gordon and Mrs [Barrell Lazarus, of Pittsburgh. MrGordon wore a pale yellow i i h.t, chant illy Mr-. Lazarus' choice moygashel linen ena hip length ChanelFrom Washington, Pa., Mrs Louis Berman was in a %  hite -dk sheath covi red with embroil ered i ii i tlow i rs Wife "f the vice presidenl ol Bond* for Israel, Mrs Joseph .1 schwartz, chose a gold and silver • iik organ .. lace inserts A a... %  semi le with ityle jacket Mrs. Kay Heeled VP Mrs. Sidney Kay, supervisor ol the Beth Torah Congregation pri ichool, waa recently elected vicepresident 11 'he newlj formed Council of Jewish (<>n>-' Pre Schools affiliated with the Bureau "i Jewish Education U i i rit i t\ ,i MffS. HOWAKD GKOSSMAN satin brocaded suit. Mrs. .lack Popick dress was oi carbon blue md white, with the dre-s shaped into hall oval.all the way down the front and back, with white lace ins* rted into the center. *"Ttr** AW?" Thau canfe" directly from the airport to the luncheon Iressed in a luggage brown -ilk • uit An orchid knit suit with eather inserts In the jacket was worn by Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro lhe tailored linewere softened A ith a -iik organza jabot at her leckline. Champagne-colored silk alpaca was the choice of .Mrs Samicl Oritl Her dress featured .. low -cnop.d neckline, and a three luartcr i< ngth tunic. % HE Evergla >Hotel Roof was the setting lor the recent "Les Girls" luncheon. CJA Young Worn n's DA ision Co-chairmen of the day were Mrs. Melvyn Frumkes. who chose tones and -hade..t lavMi Bern di. > Silver man. m a navy blue -ilk jacket en semble lined in scarli Mrs. Harry Levy chose a white silk accented with huge black but•onThe black and white were • peatl d i'! her zebra print tall crown sailor straw hat Carmine* red brocade was the labile In Mrs Myron Singer's luted cocktail suit. Her large black picture hat v as trimmed with frOffy*ksyers of moline, with an American beautj rose tucked in the 'runt. From Burma came the black -ilk lUrah worn b> Mrs Harry Smith. Her red velour tall pill-box hat as trimmed with multicolored coque feather-. MrMartin Smith chose i grey organdy with white accordion pleats and a portrait neckline. Her picture organdy hat was trimmed with a matching -hade of grey. Mrs. Stephen Carner -elect. French imported -ilk print in subtle shades ol turquoise, green and blue. Her brimmed hat was if the same material, set off b> a h in some jeweled ornament with ston in similar colors as her di— \ -ilk champagne-colored litted jackit dress of a textured fabric, with a huge printed collar, was choice of Mrs, Edward Eisenberg. Her tiered, flowered hat was an amber color MISS NANCY SCHONHLD V f i i 1 t t i f r r t i i i r i r t I t I I f i I f I t : f i i \ t I I i t r. 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Our own great 'pro' staffs, headed by Jim and Joe Turnesa, Ben Roman and George Buck...a wonderful ehmatt to make thrsr two country club re$ortt of midFlorida ideal not only for great golf but for twimmmg, fishing, water-skiing, tennis ... plus superlative cuisine, delightful entertainment, music and dancing and sensible American Plan Rates. REMEMBER. SOLF IS NOT JUST NEARBY OR AVAILABLE. BUT RIGHT UNOERNEATH YOUR WINDOW. JOIN THE EASTER GOLF PARADE March 26 April 10 LOW LOW EASTER FAMILY PLAN RATES • Special Treats • Teener-Tweener Programs • Counselor Supervision • Water Skiing • SitfMseemg Trips • Something for every member of the Family Make Easter A Family Golf Holiday Where Golf is the Greatest MM naaai• %  •ce'i. I intw. • o'ui naaai %  / %  %  :c-.: % %  % ) Tel: Evergreen 5-0151 Tel: Glendale 3-3181 ONLN 168 MILLS FROM MIAMI. 90 MILES FROM TAMPA r / f f r f i r I r t f t r t r f f f DISCOUNT STORES, -T^-r.--^••tjwt*^'"INC. FREE! FOfiM CUSHIONS DURING THIS SALE ONLY! 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' I Page 12-A leM # ft* rfflW* Friday, Marcs 19 Your CJA Leaders: 1961 MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY MARTIN LODGE: No. M.my of the more than 1.500 plant owners anil industrialists in South Florida have begun to play an increasingly significant role in MARTIN LODGE the civic and communal life of the area. This ha> been especially true of a new C.IA volunteer who is serving thi year as co-chairman of the Manutncturms Division,. .Martin S. Lodge has emerged as a CJA leader ot real stature by virtue of his p r sooal response to the needs 32 in a Ceres. this yeai c mpaign, his n .(:•..;•.;giving, md his nitiative in encouraging busingsassociates to work in • %  drive Me has been unusual > %  u icesstul in developing hith( rto untapped sources Ol CJA manpower and financial >upp rt Not content with completing h.is own campaign as" • • %  s < mt ed I 1 act aa "committee ol o le .n .ilicltatioi :-•>•. %  prospects in rela e bus at: I rades livi • %  In R' I : Lodge is a ol Temp!-' B th Sh i r-: 5 i e v.'. e %  an a< ar I outs' (iptin is! Clu I .' is \ ce president In Martin L this %  mmum';, an CJA have aa lightened, energetic lea lor. cue who believes firmly in the ireed ui service to his fellow-man. Hi.advancement t.> a position of re-ponsibihty in the Combined Jewish Appeal confirms a fact known for sometime: that thee exists endless sources of lea ership in the.-e newer areas and in ail businesses CJA will have I > move for w a r d quickly ;.• involve ••• my more ot thes t me serious tasks which face Miami Jewry. Announce Way To Help Drain M8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure New York, N. Y. (Special) shrinks th swo Ai mncement has been mai and of anew tablet dev pment which has the remarkable abila %  %  %  •: % % %  • m ity to help drain clogged situ:The hrin .' gubsl ,.,. e in es ami thus relieve conthis new tablet has b. aches, pi. • -•!•,. nai ii .--.stuff, J-up (,...;„.., .,• head,na i dbreath' ra .^ """M ing all the unrelenting sympJSLiJ' th.. -..,,., ,.,-r...-..,;;..„•. Wl doctors than any i i %  the sinu • I ei knows • 11 are attacked directly by improving drainage of the sinus an as. Most remarkable of all is the fact that this is accompl i ; with extraordinary speed and v thout 'i 'comfort of any hind. This new tablet doi able work inl illy, through I • %  ream, it de into every drO] | las.na new i :.. at on which is < irried to the sinus area, where it %  r this purpose. at:on i~ now .,-. a la >le at di ig i ounters without 1 1 for a prescript ion under tl •• name, Dristan I a ilet Di can be u I wi %  ai rhej tin a causing] t.on iif n !l the Bin is ca\ i %  pain and I i stress. E %  • Dristai ted Ai ept no ititutes. ATTENTION:— Rabbis. tanlors. Synagogue Cmsehrs ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE AVAILABLE AT ALL HOURS Prompt, Courteous & Confidential SERVING JEfferson, UN on. Highland, and FRanl For Information Call FR 3-5581 I t t 0 ltO COST H9UtM A "One oi~lh$N, lion's O/desf qrfhd larger '*,. iftade Federal 4/AVtNGt nd Lc AN A$SOCI4I(ON oil MlAMI 'S :nun)* tifTtm r-eVwi 4*& '"* ttCEED 143 fcULUO* • &* its W'lBl'K I. iOtHlHKUG North Shore Men Set Installation ... ."-•.', • banquet \. .. %  I %  %  %  ; it the Ai| • S iS A Nc i officers are \\ Lo ken % %  i presi lent: J < >:%  >ur T> *on A i rris : ; and .\i.i\ Krill ifl vice pr Jack Fnetaj treasurer; < har • Lilian secretarj. M *: ris Rot] : ancial secretarj H Mi guardian: Morris Lunch, *ard J a ck \ • aa LCCQJ Zionists Mop Drive Here < : • :. '• in 1 -• 11: icizati ... -. ti .! Ih > Mi • %  nt< d Dccle Heigh* Reveals Project I. silver -' .... •-.. ideation S %  in white M irocco uror %  and • • Heg • ,%  Ci %  %  %  • %  • : I • • %  ; %  I •and Lieiicatio %  %  i a v. J the sam %  >vho ha I projeel .i %  %  I •> B"h :' I ar M 2 %  % %  : ... PALMER MEMORIALS "tfiami't Or'' lew th W.or.tn*n* HUimr "ROCK OF AOK FAMILY MEMOR A.j SchcJu'cd Unve -cs SJNDAY. v.va; v Aronoyifz Unveiliny %  A3r ARONCVIT2 Svrday March 19th Iff. i %  Cef • 19'J S c:.o:v •• JOSVN vewt. %  -. Ttmptt (KM i.: %  M J' G"ic*:3iJ C*-.NAMY w?ao :<: ; ; ,.II M Nebo Cw:Vi BESS.E RAfLO 3 |.at JOHN J. C.10SSMAN 3 I] t .x] M. %  PALMER'S MIAMI MON: ENT CO 32^3 S W. 8th S H 4 :21 F l o..*. %  'i.. :. i %  %  %  $.£zep?}z,n Fete: Socle v | jr • : I %  %  Hos:, wen • b irdy. 1 i %  -, •• ii Da 5c ho th< H I %  Y ie far-n^ i ,h P -j and botl.nq plrr.K. Ull Y our Drjver Qr p|ace Your 0!tje NoW | Ask for Borden's af Your Neighborhood Sore.



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Page 12-C >Jtnistifk>ri(tiar Friday. March 17. !% 1 i I I i i t a u c n ii r. si 01 di V€ M so be La j Rkkover Gets Naval Award GROTON. Conn —(JTA>—Vice Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, who forced through the development and building of the Navy's first nuclear! powered submarine, was awarded I the Navy's highest peace-time award, the Distinguished Service 'medal. The award was presented last week on the deck of the Nautilus, the first nucie.tr submarine, by former Secretary oi the Navy William B. Franke on behalf of former President Eisenhower as part of a ceremony marking the laying ot the keel for a new Polaris submarine the Marquis !e Lafayette. JLtY\ r I: win Block 'left, field representative of the Greater Micmi Israel Bond Oraanizaticn, presents Honor Scrolls to Ben Swire, representing Workmen's Ciicle Branch 699, and Arthur Gelier, :ich 692, as the largest bond buyers in their respective tranches. The presentation was mede al an Israel Bar Mitzi celebration under the auspices ol Workmen's Circle Israel Eend committee lest week, where S13.CCC in Israel Bends was purchased. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Jews Fail to Put Up Fight To Protect Their Rights leans. (German Jews used to feel more German than the Germans themselves.) They fear reprisals. Tr.cy fear many things. They fear, period. And, anyway, Jews disagree with each other, always. They want a faultless leader. They want a faultless and absolutely sure plan. And, to philosophers, is there anything faultless? EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Jews have been tortured for more than 2.000 years. After each period of oppression, the horrible cruelties endured have been passed ..Ions by word of mouth, by books, by song. But never have the Jews, as Jew-, done anything about it except to meet in small group-, and philosophize and mourn, and that it wont happen again. \minorities in all countries w i re tht j %  < n persecuted, could they do? \\II, in -he t s they are suffily numerous and rich and ; IWI rful to form a political bloc len • %  ncy to acl to ther, ii"i en American problems neral. bul on J< wish-American |i ms \. do it? Of t jurse not! They fear that they will lose their identity as patriotic AmerPLAY GOLF NIGHT OR DAY 3400 Yds. -Par 60 7 A.M.-MIDNIGHT EVERY DAY 18 HOLES $3 00 — DAY OR NIGHT $2.00 — AFTIP 9:30 P.M. S2S.QC GREEN FEE BOON FOR JiO.OO COLONIAL PALMS GOLF COURSE U.S. Highway No. 1 At S.W. U off, St. Ph. CE 5-3394 In this country, the Negroes, with a background of slavery and poverty, have nevertheless joined to struggle for their rights. There is a labor bloc. There is a Southern bloc. There is a Catholic bloc that privilege) and rights to which thej %  tied. There is the '.MA Bul there is n<> Jewish mally, openly. effe lively, politically lor an end against Jews on the national scene. Just consider how Jewish refugees were treated here when Hit, ler came to power. There were individual protests, of course; but. as a national group. Jews did not protest, for there was no national group An;: when Eisenhower came in. I understand the State Department was denuded of Jews. And the Nuremberg trials—many <>f those who stood trial are again 1 in positions of great power in Ger%  many and are being welcomed now as ambassadors to this coun! r> '' Post-Hitler Germany is one of ; tho wealthiest nations in the world, thanks to U. S. help. Consider the Suox Canal business, and our acquiesence to the exclusion of Jews from our armed and civilian forces in Arabia. Look at the difficulties Rickover encountered because he was a j Jew. Thee are ail national matters, and a united Jewry couldeffectively protest them. But will they? No! Jews don't want to put up a Shipping Company Tells Schedule By pop It mand, weekly six and or sever day cruises to Jamaica and the Wesl Indies have continued Maj according to an announcement from E istern Shipping Corp 'lit. The SS Yarmouth will sail from Miami on Saturdays. Mar 23 \ ;8. 22. 29. and Mas 6. 13. 20 and -7 to Port Antonio and Kingston, Jamaica with five-day rates apply ing to the six-day cruises. Mir. imum tariff, including meals and .-hip as floating hotel for the -:\ days, is $95. The seven-day SS Yarmouth sailings leave Miami on Mar. 17, and Apr. 1 and 14. Minimum rate of $135 includes ports of call at Port Antonio and Kingston, Haiti and Nassau. The SS Yarmouth is 100 percent air-conditioned, with everything aboard for fun and relaxation, including a swimming pool. Her twin sister, the SS Evangelline, makes only three more 10 day cruises to the Wesl Indies, sailing from Miami on Apr. 7. 18 and 28. before taking off for Washington, D.C., her home port during the -ummcr and fall. Minimum rate for the 10-day cruise is S195. Seven, ten and 13-day sailing schedules for the SS Yarmouth from Miami will continue thi -unimer Pates are soon to !><• announced. Eastern Shipping Corp., ieri agent for both ships i\, • 3, Miami, ma) be contacted tor in formation. City oiiicials poinl with pride to the new mi::, narking garage opened officially here. The •' \ built at a cost of S800.000. is at 39 NW 2 st. ". • William Pallot. former chairman of the Ofi-Street P Robeit Macht, board member; City Manage i Maurey Ashmann. chairman of the board; Jce. board member; Mitchell Wolfson, board men:; (. I W. DuBreuil. city commissioner. Orlando Man Gives Ambulance O. Z Wise, of Orlando. Fla has presented a fully-equipped, fourstretcher ambulance to Mo gen David Adorn, the Israel Red Cro>s service, The gift was made through American Red Shield <>: David, the supply and support wing "f M l>a\ id Vdom Congri ssman Ei ue] Celler 1) N Y national cha r Wise's action "is of vital imp r lance al this I i thai his orgamzi". help to send 50 Mo • Davi v ii't d plat i and •ri< v need i i bain ol ne Rep i I icl I • %  %  %  ; : %  I i i fight for fear they might gel hurt But who ever heard of a light without someone getting hurt? ROBERT H. THRONE Coral Gables EDITOR'S KOTI II ins rhetorical flourish to .(-. .. There u no jeu.-h bloc ihdl | nationall op, %  effective] cally i,-r j-i end to against fewt on the national -. • We would hardly wish to deny Mr Throne ':imomeni but hu iMtemmt • amply unsupported b facts DOG RACING Nightly except Sunday magnificent FIRST RACE 815 EM. 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nda „ March 17. 1961 If*HI tfrirMt-nr Page 5-A Reform Temples of So. Florida Convene For Leadership Institute in Hollywood : of the late Di. Chaim Weizmann. first Presi%  xlubited by the artist. 72-year-c!d Abraham :*5 Drexel ave. A one-man show of his works. [dyed and crushed egg shells, is on display until [M :e of Miami Beach Federal Sav:-.g 3 and Loan Reform Temples of South Flon c"a will hold a full day Leadership Institute on Sunday at the Hollywood Beach hotel. The gathering, planned for the purpose of providing guidance for Temple leadership, will include speakers oi both local and national prominence To participate are Temple Km inu El, Ft Lauderdale; Temple Israel, West Palm Beach; Temple Beth El, Hollywood; Temple Sinai, North Miami; Temple Beth S*o lom, Miami Beach; Temple Israel <>f Greater Miami; Temple Judea, Coral Gables; Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation; and Ternpie Meth Am. South Miami. Irving Kati, executive secretary of Temple Beth El, Detroit, founder and past president of the National Assn. of Temple Admini strators, will speak at both the mcrnir-g and afternoon sessions. Author of many pamphlets and articles ci synagogue administration, and cf the award winn*ng "A Chronology of the History of Jewish Community Services in Detroit" and "The Beth El Story," he will speak in the morning en 'The Function of the Board of Trustees in trte Modern Synagogue." In the afternoon, "The A.B.C. of Temple Financing" will be his topic. Rabin Joseph HerZOg, 01 Temple Beth, of Philadelphia, will discuss "You and Your Judaism' ;.i 'he luncheon meeting. Rabbi Her yen. graduate of the University of Pennsvlvama and Phi Beta Kappa. served in the chaplaincy and occu .pied the pulpit in Park Forest. III., before acting in his present posi tion. Other participants include Rabbi Irving Cohen, ot Temple Israel, West Palm Beach, an' Rabbi Sam uel 7. Jaffe, Temple Beth HI. Hoi Ij vood Discussants include Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg, president of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, who will deal with the topii The Role of the Senior Citizen Within Our Temple "How to Activate the 25-40 YearOld Croup" will he .i -, .,, .1 |>\ Joseph Pardo, oi and Ri IHT: Newman, of Templt Km, moderated by William Gladstone, I Temple Israel ol Greater Miami. Milton Forman, "I Temple Betl El, and Irving Lebow, ol Temple Emanu-EI, are co-chairmen of the institute lies, it ations can be made through the office oi 'he union ot American Hebrew Congregations in Miami. Sam A Goldstein is president oi the South Florida Federation, and Rabbi William Sajowitl is the local director. Or. fieber to Speak Florida chapter of the National Parkii ton Foundation will hold the >f its erii of H th Forms on Monday 8 p.m Federal Savings and Loan .•--: 1133 Normand) dr Dr. I h tries R Beber, acting direi I r, division ol gerontology, University of Miami, .school of medicine, will "Parkinson's Disease and Aging Workmen's Circle Chorus Slated Greater Miami Workmen's Circle Chorus will present itfourth r.ual concert on Sunday. 8 pm.. at 25 Washington ave. The chorus a comprise of 30 mixed voices ing Yiddish, Hebrew an I El I folk son :• Director is Abraham Haiduck. Piai i accompanist is Mrs V i ham Haiduck. S lists will be William R ten >r, who will sin in the Biblical can:, Dream." by Zavel Z Vvn ml Klesmer, bj I i Also to !)• heard is Neal Hal young clarinetist, winner of I %  • i \ ard and recipient ol Music Scholar-' Temple Menorah Singletons Temple Menorah Singletons will hold itnext social on Sunday eve. ning in the Youth Lounge Invited are unattached men and women. leach Zionists lonor Sherman president of the • District, will v meeting of inisl District i Wednesday i Plaza h i %  < %  • %  • n active in • -• affairs in i:rman of the on • the '."o N irth Sh< • ( lub So • ". N rd ol I Com i %  Handu l mi ,l nt • ,ii ; of Pytl ... %  he incheoi lb t Fish'! Rabbi Mayei pie Menorah the program •i > Ika, Miami Commumt) vt %  % %  re rVi fson an *cret Talks feigh Future Cori f [ r • • i I I I 1 n "*d f0n p g A • represented ed Boumandjel, egotiators organisations %  me time con Freneh officials insurance! that Albe considered ,,n European com laranteea giv' lei to the Eu : ^ to Algerian >h leaders were Gaulle was French riti faith on the ii .lews W ere 81 such en (•ion ol the The Privateer Who Helped Feed Washington s Army Per, "Wfer i s 'ul:u CandidaU r 'mutter, attorne) Baldwin bldj the Mam. Beach '<' vacated by Hr u :-ii, v Harold B. The British Army surrendered at Yorktown, but ii may have been on the high teas where they really lost the war. Revolutionary privateers took more than Ton British vessels during the war ai l inflicted %  loss of ships and cargoes worth $18,000,000! One of the most daring and effective of these Colonial privateera was Captain Isaac Moses. At the time the British captured Ne York, Isaac Moses had been a prosperous ship owner and merchant. But he nave ins business and his warehouses up nd, with other patriots such as Samml Judah, Haym Salomon, and Genhon Mendes Seixas,escaped to Philadelphia ami joined the Pennsylvania militia at the age of thirty-nine. Robert Morns, the financier of the Revolution who referred to Isaac Moses in his dhwy as "my friend of austere culture and true knowledge," persuaded him to enter into privateering in order to provide the captured war material and food for Washington's beleaguered army. Captain Isaac Moses was more than successful. His fast vessels soon became the scourge of British shipping. Thousandsof tons of foodstuffs, guns and ammunition, destined for the British troops in North America, were diverted to the benefit of the Continental Army. What the Americans could not supply at home, her privateers harvested from the high seas! In later years, as an honored citizen of the United States and a respected member of the Jewish community, he helped to build the first synagogue in Philadelphia. He also became, with Haym Salomon, one of the original subscribers to the Bank of North America. P.LORILLARD COMPANY ESTABLISHED 17BO First with the Finest Cigarettes through Lonllard research



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%  Fage 10-B fJfHist Meridian Friday. BUscfa 17, iggj RETURN BY POPULAR DEMAND! THE FAMOUS CANTOR WILHELM SILVER of Chicaf* lyric Opera Co. AND ROBERT STRASSBURG CHOIR Will Conduct the Passover Seders Mashgiach on Premises — %  • Di Lido Hotel MARCH 31 APRIL 1 Strictly Kosher Catering By Harfenist Tickets are Available at HARFENIST RESTAURANT 1381 Washington Avenue JE 8-2055 JE 8-2058 ATLANTIS HOTEL DINING ROOM PASSOVER [ SEDERS SA25 PER PERSON PER SEDER SERVED IN T HE TRADITIONAL STYLE Well-Known Cantor officiating Reservations JE 1 -0381 2655 COLLINS AVE. KING ARTHURS COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER # SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART ERUNS Co Owner TRADITIOSAL OPES HEARTH COOKERY 3500 CORAL WAY MIAMI • HI 5-1331 PRIVATE B.V.NQCET FACILITIES ft) aJIF LUNCH DINNFR SUPPER t*v ** %  rHOIII T* ^H ? %  > : I ,i SI *f E I (ANlONMI ^f "^t^no3 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl The Royal Hungarian"w f^ Reservations for Passover Holidays Now Being Accepted 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401 NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: With the Kiehmann trial about to Start in Israel It's interesting to note thai the first Jewish United States Army officer to arrive at BuchenwalJ in the wake ol the fleeing Naxi captors H-ac Henry E Coleman. now a practicing attorney on Miami Beach Coleman was a lieutenant in the Army Air Force at the time, and he took a number of photos ol the honors and the victims of that inferno ol Nazi inhumanity. B'nai BTith 'Single-'' are still talking about the wonderful evening spent dancing at the Palladium, which i* termer i/opa City on the Beach President Ed Levin arranged the event, and you can take it from him. there's no better "buy" in town than the Palladium for groups The jumbo dance floor, low-priced drinks and continuous dancing to two fine bands make it tops lor terpsiehorean pleasure. Rosalie Arkin had her own claque when she appeared in the Trixie Levin now staged by the Bay Harbor Club recently. They were her husband, Norman, Jack and Ellie Taylor, Ed and Byrdie Dension, and Stan and Jane Tate. Julio !). Diego, whose paintings are on lisplay in New York's Metro politan Museum, was guest "t honor when the Arts Group met recentlj al ih< homi oi Mrs, Zachary Bailey. Sh< gave a reading on modern art. which was the theme oi the get-togethi r Johnny Monahan, convention sales director oi the Diplomat, and wife, P expect their second next month. ypso singer Sir Judson Smith a dinner guest at Villas' King Arthur's Court. Jud recently closed a holdover engagement al tin G Bahama Club Pianists Etta Vogel and Rev sindoni arc on tap at Ei Bolero, THE TOURIST PROBLEM: One "i New Y irk's top travel author) tiein town for a few days was amazed at the changing tourisl seem henin just one winter. For one thing, he noticed the trend to older people, and the noticeable lack of the "younger married*." who comprised the "sportier and biggei spending element in previous seasons The younger lolk. it seems, are heading for new resort areas A revitalized tourist program is most paramount and pertinent if the city fathers, hotel owner.and others concerned with 'he problems ol .Miami Beach fail immediate planning ol such a program the economic life-line ol the nation'largl -t r< sort is ready to be -nipped Everybody, including hiuncle and aunt, has a gripe aboul i lions here. They're pessimistic about the future of Miami Beach. Noil seems, appear* optimistic. It's a blue note, you can be sure, and things will worsen if Beach "brain (rasters" don't -tart working in unison and come up with a really significant overall plan to -tern the tourist recession, l"p till now every "emergency promotion" has been just that — ill-advised, of short duration and unproductive, EACH YEAR the list ol line hoteland restaurants in Greater Mi ami offering accommodations lor Passover Seder.-, special Passover meals an pat kage dealfor the entire period, keeps growing. Among them this year are the Seville, the Fontainebleau. Eden Roc. Lombardy, Atlantis. Royal l'alm. Barcelona. Astor, Marseilles, Cromwell, Coral Reef, Di Lido. Promenade, Raleigh, Shore Club, Carillon, Katz's Paradisi Restaurant, Harfenist Restaurant, Riviera Kosher Restaurant in (oral Gables, Star Dairj Restaurant, Royal Hungarian, and Michel's. Also open to the public are the Seders at Temple Menorah and Temple Ne r Tamid. ON THE TOWN: 'Ihe meteoric rise ol Eyde Gorme and Steve Law renee as an entertainment team ha* been the talk ol show buisness the past .-IN months. The breezy young couple are breaking records wherthe} appear. The) an rmong the new generation of entertainers who tion't have to bear tin tag ol "sick," like -o many oi their contemporaries Thej are wholesome, refreshing and spontaneous, and the fact that they open tonight (Friday) at the Eden Roc Pompeii Room should be good news to their fans in this area. Gu> Mark-, another ster. will -hare the bill with the musical twosome. When Dean Martm went on his own, splitting with Jerry Lewiyou could have received excessive odds that he'd never go far. But the < %  ..-> going, smooth-voiced singer became the surprise oi Hollywood, goinj traight-man rolein movies with Jerry Lewi* to top drama. %  We've yet to see him do a pcor job. His characterizations have been varied ar.J excellent, for instance, his gambler's part j n "They Came Running," the playboy in "The Young Lions," and they say his latest, which is strictly light and romantic in "All in a Night's Work" opposite Shirley MacLaine, is his top spot so far. It opens at the Fla mingo on Mar. 21, and Dean opens in person tonight (Friday) at the Fontainebleau La Ronde. Few miniature revues have enjoyed the overwhelming success ol "Caught .n the Act," the brain child oi versatile and talented & Marlowe, who i* he-t known a* the head of Sid Harris Tin atncal \ cy .lack De Leon head* the competent and all-star cast oi thehilarious sketchbook-type -how that irunning riot on the stage m the D Room of the Se\ ille. SCREEN STUFF: "Never on Sunday, the delightful import hemheld over at the Mayfair, Surf and Sunset Theatres, it on the list of Academy Award nominees "Sanctuary," the dramati adult adapation from William Faulkner'work, holds through Tuesdaj u the Carib, Miami and Miracle "Pepe" roilmernlj aloni it the Lincoln, with Cantinflas. Dan Dailey. Shirley Jones .md 35 big-name stars in the fun and music hit "Operation Eichmann." movie docu mtntary of thf capture of the ex Nazi, will be on tap at the Bt a< h Para mount and Gables next Wednesday. OPEN DAILY from 4 to 9 p.m. "THE ARISTOCRAT OF KOSHER RESTAURANTS" CATERINOFOR ALL OCCAD NS Air-Con. 1 (JN 6-6043 tm Nrl Under Orthodox Vaad HahMhrntk 940 71st Street CONTINENTAL IIS k U QUALITY PAH IICICLINCI of V ~ '.' CA 6-1744 %  *•* •• OUTSTANDING 192 CATERING Pythian Sisters To Be Entertained Lou Walters French Dressing day 8 p.m., m n „ Ca „ (an ,,, m Revue, with Lo* Chavalos de Es"I 'he Carillon hotel pana. will entertain the Pythian M, ~ Shirley B Kahn is reservaSisters ol Miami Beach Temple 43 !'""" y ha,rm! 'Mrs Rose Grew _,. bcr s 'a co-chairman. MrJoaeoh at their annual donor dinner Sunfjtwln i, most excellent chief STRiCW KOSHER fOft PASSOVt* STAR DAIRY, VEG. & FISH RESTAURANT OLDEST AND EFST KNOWN DAIRY RESTAURAN1 SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNERS .•• -FAB TRY OUR SPECIAL ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS 841 Washington Avenue JE 1-9182 Luni h and Dinner Servnl %  • CANDlFi ICHT INN In The Heorl t Coconut Grot Banquet Facilities — Coc-'i I Icing* Henry Lf (son. Mgi HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT *Mt* KOSHER CATERERS Ih/W from hort dotuvt ft to • complete twftcf 170 N. 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Lday. March 17, 1961 AHIV fkrHUmr Page 3-A Orthodox Unit Slates Confab Here |Counci!man Bernard A. Frank is shown receiving plague from lire Ternocratic Club of Miami Beach as "Outsicndinc Civic • : of Micmi Beach" at a recent annual .nsta.'lation dinl : e: a: the Saxony hotel. Left to tight are Wall/ Giuck, prespctail Councilman Frank; Harry Levy, executive member; and %  Surfside Councilman Louis B Hoberman. chaumcr. cf the 1 :s committee. (See Story. Page 1C.' Knesset Votes New Election Continued i motions f"r new I%  %  %  Herut, the <•• neral v idal Israel, Achdul Vla| ..in an I tht N'al art) Ilai, Mapai deputy, ho submitted a seventh hill on behalf of his party, called tor :he holding of teeth n on Aug 29 ilr made no efforl :<• reply to cri ti< s of Pn mier Ben Gurion His partj. which < btairu d an unprece dt nt< 'I mandati at th< p tils !<•-than two yei i would obtain .i reaffirmatii thai vote, Mr Bar Rav Hai declan d A spokt -• %  for the Pro -.\mHTttD ^-!>IU ,{'f "LAGIM Tit. 17( HSCATNf IIVO 1 — F 1-tm TRAVMORE Pfvate Pool Beach-ard C*t.ana Colony HOTEL %  OLcw, At 24th ST.. MIAMI BEACH V'lta rfcrmatiO Rtltrvil JE 1-0331 • Air-Conditioned Roon • Private Beach ind Pool • Parking on Premnei • Cocktail Lounge £ • Dining Room J • Entertainment Ob 0:( to Apr 9 Fl i chapl r, Women's Branch ol the Union ol Orthod ix Jewish Congregations ol Ami W 'U havt its annual conference Mondaj at Waldmans hotel on Miami Beach Theme will be Training our Youth—Chain nge 11 Living Judaism through Sisterhood." if' gistratfon starts at 10 a m with Mrs Max Gutman and Mrs. Philip Kostick in charge Mrs Max Rappaport. chairman, will extend greetings, and Mrs. Jonah (apian will preside. Speakers will be Mrs Irving Schwarti on Programming," Mrs. Sherwin Stauber, "Fund-Raising," and Mrs. Jack Feinzeig, "Membership." Lunch will hserved .it noon. and MrDavid Lehrfield will give ,n '' invocation; Mrs Jonah CapIan Motzie; and Mrs Solomon Schiff, Birchas Hamazon. Mrs Fred Zisquit will preside, Mrs. I s Weger, co-chairman, and Mrs. Harry Personik, president. Florida chapter, will present greetings. Tht re n'iii be an aaaress by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, ol Congregation Beth El, and Rabbi Louis Rottman, it Beth Isr.-u l Congregation. Mrs Louis Rottman tvill give the benedication, and the afternoon will be concluded with the singing ol the national anthem, led by Mrs Abraham Topel. Committee includes Mesdames \ Weger. Beth El; I. B Eisenstein. Kneseth Israel; 1 Schwartz, Beth Israel; Milton Gottlieb, Young Israel; Louis Baida, Beth Jacob; Joseph Rackovsky. Beth Tfilah; Abraham Topel, Miami Hebrew 1 ongre ation Also Mesdames David Lehrfield, publicity; Frank Fine, individual membership; Hyman Galbut, reMenorah Plans Two Seders Here Ma er will t the i ih ( %  • %  iant., in So< lal Youth Ct nti r i t Temple • i first I %  %  I'SI Posf Auxiliary Rummage Sale I %  %  211 X\> 4 NI Mi ami for two weeks b< • V\ ed M'AMI BEACH SURFS'DE 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hording Ave. Ph. JE 13812 Ph. UN 6-6171 pier re CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LNCOLN ROAD Micmi Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfside HABERDASHERY 35th Yecr on Miami Beach THE KEY MAX corder; K-ihir Ka.-in. kr: and Mrs Frank Fine is in charge o| X! |X Hecht. reservation? YOU CAN SAVE MORE THAN 2 On AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE written by THE TRAVELERS The Company That Invented Automobile Insurance See us for complete information about The Travelers low-cost Automobile Policies that will sait our needs. BERNARD SEGAL SEGAL INSURANCE AGENCY FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING MIAMI FR 9-6441 HI 4-0228 REPRESENTING THE TRAVELERS HARTFORD Business Hours for Your Convenience... MAIN OFFICE it oprn Mondjyi nd BRANCH OFFICES on t,idy I'oin 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. All other wcrkdjys oui offic5 *r* open 9 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. 0/ ?ER ANNUM Cut rent D demd Oade Trr* jj ederal avings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI Joseph M. lipton. President MAIN OFFICE Flagler ., First •-. p 5 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County RESOURCES EXCEED 160 \ll!UO\ DOLI IRS Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE & Qhtract Ca 34 YEARS CF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Titlt Insvrance Policiei of Kansas City Title Insurance C Cepifal, Surplus I Reserve* Fxceea* $5,000,000 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING ana! 136 N.L FIRST STREET TELEPHONE Flonklin 3-1432



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• Page 4-B > Ir^i&hfkrn^^m Friday. Mcrch 17 1961 Science Fair Winners Listed Ureeaburg, Joel Solkofl Jacoby; and leventh &f Jlt %  *" chad Gewitz, .; i„ .,„ uebrew \cademy liar pr< • > I • %  %  •"' "' :;, Honorable mi tioi mparai ana-, ,.„., ,,. x f > Kurt* ligi departm' Kramer, and v Beatrice, the beautiful younq dancer, willina to do anythinn to achieve fame, and Rude, the tioer trainer, who cares more 'or his beasts than for his girl, in "Hippodrome." a nrj-orjrna cf dazzling entertainment in color. The picture, filmed entire.y :n Germany, opens Wednesdcy at the Carib. Miami end MiI -.he mamma ecle Theatres. Thin %  -i>; > n lhe • been U formed IrrH^MaboWrtflTf! Judges were I>r Donald K:i--. i r Maurice Las/lo. and Mrs Mil ton Mannheimer, criteria being science content, organization, originality, presentation and main, ss, Top five winners were ninth grade, David Luchins, integral study (: th< in i the variables of state; eightl rade. Miriam Weiss, study ><( comparative my ..I verti brate circulators ••, grade. Harrj Weiss studj of mammalian and physi • ns: seventh gra li Varon fPNti'lOHf* Dentists Wives To See Fashions JIVV ladies Meet Here .icwish War Veterans Auxil %  :,::• ol Fll ::'!.• %  I< Id a turier fashions by designer:|uarterly meeting ; %  • Temple Tife., ro and Mijcna will be featured re:h Jacob on Wednesday evening, m the First Day of Spring" fashMrs. Max Rubin, president, eonn -how and luncheon presented ducted the meeting. I \ the Women's Auxiliary of the Alpha Omega dental fraternity |u| onftrr -| 1 I flHiAC Tuesday noon at the Seville hotel. lYICIlOran LUUIC3 Funds raised will be used to Jk _| kJ An n P|m# help build a dental school at the Mild IVien in liuy Hebrew University in Israel. Temple Menorah Sisterhood will Mrs. Edwin A. Birns is chairj oin with the \i ens club in preman, and Mrs. Al Feinglass is in tent j ne a p i av "i Remember Pecharge of tickets. j sac h. directed by Mrs. Elaine — Kaplan, at its regular meeting on JWV Unit UOnor Affair Wednesday evening in the Temple Jack Carter, comedian, and social hall. Sarah Vaughan. singer, will enter-! Mrs. Lillian Rothschild, nomjnattain at the donor affair of the Abe ing committee chairman, will preHorrowitz Post and Auxiliary. Jewsent the slate of officers and dilsh War Veterans, on Sunday everectors for the coming year. Mrs. ning. Mar. 25. at the Deauville hoA. Louis Mechlowitz is president tel. of Sisterhood. ^ MOTEL RESERVATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER HOLIDAYS ReMrvitiont: Call JE 1 7381 On lhe Ocrin • Collint Ave 2 i I %  tranter, ana v.. jrade. Winners an I iac. b Farbex. Ron; Dauv Cqyjj ; ., i 5aun held Wed iesi ay i H hth -i. de. 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' Page 4-C rjenist Ftorkliar Friday. March 17. \%%\ Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Congress May Study Foreign Nationals in Nazi Party Washington P ARTICIPATION OF ARA3 stu lentS, foreign nationals, in George Lincoln Rockwell's "Amercan Nazi Party" activi ies and other anti-Semitism iaattracted attention of Congressmen. Pacts arc being gathered tor possible Congres sional action later this ssi The issue is whether the estimated 5.000 Arab students, attending hundreds ol American colleges and universities, are entitled to enter domestic is politics as anti-Jewish agitators while guests ot AmerMan) of the students are subsidized by the U.S. Sovernraent jmi various I lations established to promote international goodwi If American taxpayers are Indirectly fi \r.. i -HI lents whose mam "stu :• inew approaches :x anti-Jewish %  essmen wani to Icm it. A considerable propor f the A si nts. :roi; naticn> other tl \" <'' Republic. gitimate : i ur ; peo Ivance their >n !' it • ne i \: ept >ln are moi <• than 40 j an I ar( ne* % % %  : i assrooi Feder: 1 law requires s ons i paid propaganda here for ot er nal ster as agents. Yet I enfoi .v.I with Arab "students." Concern has been \ %  • .! lest "free speech" be curtailed. Arabs here on temporal") student visas recently circulated notices urgin Ara >s to -join the American Nazi Party in its efforts to stamp out an .r.-; lious group" (American Jewry) The Arabs were trted to picket the pro-Israel film. "Exodus." Washington officials minimized the role Arabs might ,taking in anti-Jewish agitati >:•.. -asm.: it mattered little if a few Arabs work''i with Rockwell. When advised that Arabs from the t'AR were following B pro Communist line, the officials displayed much greater interest Despite Arab student activity in questionable political agitation. pro-Naz pro-Communist, the number of Arabis stead:;., growing on the America:, campus In Baghdad. Iraq, the State Department signed a cultural agreement providing for entry of many Iraqi students in Americi The State Department saw it aan opportunity to win the Arab-' friendship tor America. But many of the Arab students, dispatched by a •neutralist government, were convinced Communists coming to spread totalitarian propaganda here Ambassador John D. Jernegan, who signed the new student accord for the States said that wit] Overseas Newsletter: B y ELIAHU SALPETER Nasser is a Meddler Jerusalem •THE WARNING • ., Col. Nasser by Washington not to intere act i % %  > ni the civil' ngo by ] n Is .;h the F %  • %  .I an) commenl Cairo thus i) be< >me a link ol Is• import elds the ties H th the L'nit Stati s and tin A:r: N user's mi dd tfi Isra It is only i '. is now becom ar that i nt of Moscow on the %  5. and that V sser I I %  '• ml) %  i S'assei Vest in N fi ilorocco the grov hand with the loroccai ties; it of 1 on oi M lews ca to Cas; j Col Nasser — and e isly with the ai v.,1 o: Si Viet jet for the Moroccan Air Force. At ither end thi nti-Wc stern rej i. • er Italian Somaliland — which does not w ish to h.. •• any reli with Israel — ithe result of victory ot Nasalities During the last year Na I i Increased bis ii ence in West Africa particularly m Ghana. Guinea and a, two things happened simultaneously: the a titude ol these countries became more pro-Soviet and. at the same time, they joined countries in sigl • e anti-Israel clauses I th sablanca Resolution The latest development, Of course, is Ul the Congo Here Cairo >r!> became the chief sponsor of the late Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba, but is BOW the direct supplier of arms and money to the Communist-trained opposition regime of Antoine Gizenga. One need hardly speculate what the source of these arms and mone) is: the Czech, Sovi •• and even Bulgarian markings are clearly visible on some i the weapons and ammunition captured from the Gizenga jjrees. "today, more than 1.000 Iraqis are studying Cniieu'Staies and we welcome them S cantly, the agreement was signed for Iraq not %  educator or university president: it was %  Brioadier General in the Iraqi Arm) a force a equipped with Soviet weapons. state Department sources acknowl some of the students from Arab lands leaned I munism and sought to propagandize \" Negroes. These sources also admitti \ stucenta in man) ins ances worked activelj an American campus to turn African exchange students, from new nations, against America Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN Henrietta Szold's Dedicated Life THE SZOLDS OF LOMBARD STREET: A Baltimore Family. By Alexandra Lee Levin. 418 pp. Ptvladclphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 222 N. Fifteeneth st. S5.00. %  PHIS GENTLE book, appearing durinj nial celebration i I Henri -fa Szold's birth in Hungary in 1329 v.hen Hem: tta min, was born It tak the Szold* I where Benjamin became the rabbi ol the Oh lom congre [atioi 59 Th 're, in Ball ges turn quietly over the first fifty yearn rietta's life. As the book ends, she has not • %  • Palestine, she has not yet es ablished Hadas nor has she ever, heard oi Youth Aliyah. The book ends, in fact, at a time wnen Henrietta Szold's lift had reached what sh< int. Her devotion to her father had beer extraordinary, and his death had left her con pondent and nearly directionless In her mi I forties she suddenly, and to her terrible ( tii.n, fell passionately in love with a > who bor> a striking resemblance to her fai long years ot teaching, of developing the Jewish l'cation Society, of writing, of being her I hand seemed sadly empty She had had no I love before; inevitably, it was now t.„. late His {agement to a younger girl swept Hennet a • %  a deep d ipression: "Today it it tour weeks since m) only real happiness in life \vakilled by a work." she WTOU 'Since ther. I have hardly b conscious of living. There has been nights and days, and days and nights %  If it seems strange to review a boon troni its < it Is that n iour knowledge of the ei rent thirty-fo i years of Hem iet i Szold's life, makes the beginning so fascinating The b course, is more than simply H< i s with her mother, the staunch Sophii tc ur sisters, the family in 1 nd surroui by i %  si enes ol Ba ttmon 19th centur) Marly the \In most biographies. it is i hievemenl which gives y to I • '.i nts; so here And, as in %  %  i impassii I -; of) vers which give > %  where time's slow attrition of a i ik> its sadm the fe ol Hi nriett i rui kl f fami irres refli ctive q I long mu< Between You and Ate: BORIS SMOLAR One offi d said "we rely on the free lT. is* t£ the tradition of' o ur societ) another privately conceded th i oint in our financing the import of u pr | agents dispatched to sow dissent i Last summer, Mostafa Kamel. UAH Ambassj q the I ite I States, told the ninth annual vet) Arab Stu.lent-, convened in Wash that it was their "duty" to work against Jews Israel Kamel charged that ""a great part public media ol communications is controlled bj Zionist i He said "the Jewish min< was • bl powerful, rich, influential, fana i all) • "ted and permanently again-; am an dei • between Arabs ami Amen. The Stati Department, following public p y re\ II Ambassador foi inti i :. an affi Subai thi • %  i ailed Arab li I opagai • : I II f Truth Instru il [ Arab si .-.•'., utisl ifro-Asii si i i most rei %  %  from Nasser ; %  i rialism" and •• '. en.. with the "imp ern Eui VVhei Ul Afric n S L'nioi \ %  %  \ rab stui 11 I \\: atc pai ght io cultivate Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ No Jewish Faces Seen kjo JEWISK FACES ir. Israel! I ** w II 5 be sa) ing n< iet Most of us ordinarily ass is a Jewi >h type ol '...i.we expect to find it ii Israi it l awretH e Fellows, the New V correspondent in Jeruory published this week, te v i ican Jew \ isiting in i-i a< w I that he did not see i Jewish race in Israel unt after his arrival when hi oked into the n ive. im< ntii thi w dc si iet) of typt the Ki V'I rk Times coi nt wr tes \ boi kselle 1 • • •' is from Bi i lin He has angular Feat ires H • i east In the r s Faust \. • irist, th' blond flowi i from Belgi : the p %  ai whose 112 Some yi back, the gist, Dr % %  -• li. : %  %  i scu %  ents tutorial • He til also the* mass coi .Nws ai e a i • stu '• \orth Africai it Di ass convei tioi numb %  ih< isai Has Israel Rejected Kennedy Envoy Appointees? 5^-^n lf*HY DOES THE St not name any i Israi! ti mccee I e I to the i" S folowin v\ ashington Admini itratioi asked — with %  terest by Jewish leaders Am rican-Israel relatioi It is noti that President Kenned) has prai ? "'"' '••'"'" %  • %  to most • the countries where a chai • sentation took place alter Bis : „ rtl ', m White House At the same time, it .also • %  P [ s I 0 I of hesitancy on the part of Presi ... ton., new Ambassador to Isra Si D sources are indicating that the Bnswei to thi del pointings succeasorto Ami,, "J or in Jerusalem, not in Washtnston B) that several names of candidates for the l s An ship to Israel have been suggested b) the State E • to the Israel Government. Ob\ iously th. not acceptable to Israel. 'no secret that Israel would prefer • i "" : reer diplomat as f s Ambassador, i al %  "• rewarded by Washington with thi Amb political services Th:view ihi -1 %  ;n st Ambassador Reid, who was a R< Pmcal ti • ained the sincere love of all • in Israel, and has himself fallen in love with Israi x did \ ', issador Heid — former editor ai of the New York Herald Tribune — make it his to learn Hebrew in Israel, but he sent nil re rular Hebrew schools there. Today, the i n Hebrew despite the short ; i Reid s, i %  ,,, Israel, ,f '' i b Administration would only be r • %  im to the Israel post, there would be oi Israel accepting him with open arms ince such %  reappoj unlikely Republican— isra. 1 ems to prefei | *w dip] ing eei in that a car •' %  • tfa of • o the Hlddl i, artmenl wh trong pro l prevail.



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Poge &-A +Mistntrid&r Friday, March 17 1961 l i i t I i 1 r ? t \ < < \ c I t c f t a I i t 3 U c r u r s o | a 1 i b I. AJComm. Lists Attitude Survey Speakers Bureau Greater Miami chapter of -he ritan Jewish Committee anr nncci a Speaker* Bureau under BM chairmanship of Mrs Robert Ben The bureau often -peaker> and discusi n gt ip iders on a >ec • rvej Atui es here < wted bj AJCumi ee .r. Da • "' on the I now • Who d • nor a f in Anti ism?" • We Regard Our Christian Neighbors — Catholic Protesta • :•; • Do We Rezard Our NeSeig • rs • %  : rr r :. Dade Count] '• -h .-< •the fa ngs : the sun I : Je highlights : Comi Sun ....-. %  i press < -.-' %  • • %  Hi :• D: 1 • %  • i li*s M l n n l < F< \ i } l Jerorrn : %  i I kland Dr I Kenneth 1 -:rI ( pr-Sponsoring Committee of 100 Announced For Yeshiva U. Dinner Honoring Levensen Being congratulated for "outstanding leadership in the Grec er Miami Labor Zionist movement :s Abraham Fraidlin left by Abrcm Fox, chaL'man of a reception in Fra:i:.r. s -z::::. :>*•.ween them is Mrs. Fox, end c: extreme right is Dr. |ami& He::e: cues! speaker ct the ever.In honor c: Fraidlin S23 5CC in [sral Bonds was purchased oi th ration Toynbee Slaps Israel Again For Handling of Arab Refugees gi Mtorn< > Richard E Ger\ (^lOiKin. chairy. shiva University Diar which will S nuel C Levensou al the rw Mar. a %  ittee 01 over 100 %  % %  msors S. ] Su< Ji r M B i %  Louis k) 1).^ ng < Ha n L Harry Ab Fromrm r < "harles '.. %  ..Glasser Dr Morris • %  I %  : :n< Continued from Page 1-A Aral i foil %  ndi • %  r. for thes :zed a k e r %  l least %  id. 5 the %  L'ehayim!,. a To the American Qualify %a. of Greatness! LORD CA1VERI American ingenuity created the largest suspension bridge in the world! American skill created the world's finest tasting whiskey! t"nsurpased skill, the masterful blending of America's greatest whiskies and spirit*. ei\es todav's Lord Cabert the rare combination of drlirate \-t definite. lightness... a soft mellovnr*s ne\er before m liieved ...troly superior flavor. The American Oualitv of Creatnessisinever) drop.Our pride is ine\er\ bottle. LPRD CALVERT ...the L'chavim Whiskey! Jam*. Manuel Jctetofl Kann. Louia Retail ||< Max Kolker. <"al K Kraus. Edward La-Laurans. Laurcr.ct S Lc\ S. Levey. Al l. \iri inaon, David J. i Luna Use Robert Maeht \ nan. I H *•: j N Morris \ A Olshen M Vlcl r. J P • Jack A •.. har I I.i %  R -• M< rne : ...%  ler Max %  I J Sher. Benjan S mon Sam 5 • %  ger Abrah; i in, i n dr H I-1 .; rn E • ••II-.. Ci • • A M nan. ^amuei I Kla-j --•ph H. 1 : sept '•"". A. 'I Lev-• 'iman ,:n J.l Jack Kurt I San i I u| : rj | ktrj J I Fr: ; :. :?e rented that the facl re *as agai^s* scmethmq :;:e; = c jlh r9, m Ih i ease Israel did net o>o faeK mkt him an anti-Semite. R^SD rep ad that ne '-ad net c:c.st. I ha K itor an ef antiSt— i • I with be--g m s?. iti ..st sr.d b.ased I %  %  %  %  %  %  Sabbath Dinner TI olid ays and every day .. 'nli /. '''-' -***v 3*t* SALADS***"^ STAiD SALT K. sher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! .... i V i makes crispier salads g&Siffi&i %  M PaOOF, 36% STRAlCMT WHISKIES 6 YtAS <* tWat 010, %i% (MlN MUTKAl Sf IRlTS, CAi.Vt*t 0:STlLL£RS C0VP.. mC H T t r "' t, units greem. Not to with D:ni I Crystal K r Suit. It's coarse. S. it doesn't Just aprinklt on crisp greens. Thrn shak< Greens are perfectly seasoned and stay cr&p for ) %  favonte dressing. Build your reputation from Cook to Chef! Do all your seasoning with DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSE KOSHER SALT <§SkV Diamond Crystal Salt Company



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Page 6-A +Jeist flcri1 li per cent. This amounted to $44 6 million from cities other than New York: it received an additional $18.5 million from the Greater New York I'JA campaign. Complete returnfor i960 are expected to show that the I'JA received approximately $6u million from the federated campaigns American Jewish philanthropic agencies had about $96.5 million available for total overseas Jewish needs in 1959. This compares with $82 million in 1958. About four-fifths of the total was used for philanthropic programs in Israel, the balance mainly in NCCJ President Entertained Here Mrs Robert Z Green entertained at luncheon in honor of Dr Lewis Webster Jones, of New York, president of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, on Monde) The affair was held in the Louis Philippe room of the Fontainebleau hotel. Guests included recipients of annual Brotherhood Awardfrom the Florida chaptetr of the NCCJ. or Hum other branches in the C S. Mrs. Green, together with Justice Stephen C (('Council, ol Tallahassee, and Louis 1-: Wolfson, of Miami Beach, was the recipient ot the Silver Medallion Award at the recent Brotherhood dinner Her husband was similarly honored in New York ten years $100 million worth ol bonds was sold in the United States Thirteen overseas agencies other than the United Jewish Appeal showed an income oi S24.5 million in 1959 compared w ith S22 B million in 1958 The largest sun raised b) Hadassah JS9.7 milion. The Israeli institutions ol higher learning, Weizmann Institute, Hebrew L'niversitj and Techi raised about ST 4 million in America in i!:i!i In addition, all three institution.received grants from the Jewish Agencj tor Israel, a beneficial oi the 1 JA and from the Israel governmi nl Local sen ices rei • ive I %  1 r > :! -' million from central communal sources in 19.">9 for operating pur poses con pan I with S the year before \.l local fields oi service except reft shared the increase in all cal • National agencies had receipts of $60 million in 1959, including $5.7 million from fedepared with $6.9 million received in 1958. a rise of 7 per cent. The national Jewish hospitals re1 more I ir, $10 1 million in ..v\ iv.it onlj .. fraction ol this ne from the and welfare funds d agent es raised ,,.., $16 mil '" about $638. 000 ol whii • from federation allocati National religious agent ies had • if $24.4 mil,• m il sen ice agencies • (] ; million during %  v, lions 0 the lurvej will bi • i'J60 edition 1 •:... \.: erica J< w ish Year The Council o* Jewish Federations arxi Welfare Funds i* the national assocation of 216 united Jewish fund raising and welfare agencies. These central communal orgarviations, representing over 95 per cent of the total Jwish Population of th. Un*^ State, md Canada, .no""! 4 r.h. Ik. bulk of .„' S!& Jewish philanthropic hmd% fa local, national and ove,,. ,' ish needs. J#w The Council provides CMfjAl services for its member aj 111 fund raising, community organd latiOU, budgeting, planning "f health and Welfare sonnel recruitment and lampaa puhlicit> and communm meror* tattoo Broadcasters to Convene Florida Assn. of Broad | 1961 annual convention .... r June 15 to 17 at the • iver 130 Florida broa Icastei expected to attend, accord Lee Ruwitch, F\B prt WTVJ executive vice pre 11-nt aaiI general manager. ^cicncc 1 By LINDA COHEN — *J • V ience is • • %  • Ir can • you how yc %  %  %  It can tell how a • It tells yo j how birds • It tells you He.-. 1 There are ma ore thing Don't you t*" 1 ik science is | I Rabbinical Program Sunday "Still Small Voice." television program sponsored by the Greater .Miami Rabbinical Assn., will be hosted by Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of t h e Israelite Centei. on Sunday, 10 a m over WCKT ch. 7. Guest will be Ronald Katz. Youth director of the Israelite Center youth group, in a discussion of "Jewish Yooth." FLORIDA'S FINEST (AMP MIAMI ADDRESS 1451 NORTH BAYSHORE HORSEBACK RIDING, WATER SKIING, ~i SWIMMING iviar DAY FR 1 785i Full Camping Program frWey Sabbath Service fOt •OYS *d GIRLS 5 TO If OWNIO end DIRECTED |, j~ rfce ki.lt and loket •* k. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST n. tmm. ... m* LMN-J MI REMEMBER new suit of clothes and shoes pockets luioth,,f„ Cl "i lc ^ pu,l,n ,ne wa-ting for the Seder .0 start UndeJoe nd ALO! S ri. '"? J,nH,nd "***> family together Grandpa looking like 1 i n. rlL ^''V 1 8 5 ,e ,h •<' him Crandma tired after taKScwklKT S^Z 0n ,he ** with Grandpas voice nngmgout over aH the iS,hSTft? u and lhe ins *' %  even the bitter herbs tasted *Z PU 1? he ,,,W, a,nwl ••' pelted to eat,. otherwise we couW notSZ h.M JL". V S on e m then the meal nobody, bo. nobody coo Id 00k S X "r" "? M • ,,e lnd te and then the "UnOm" and kmStk^L^ G, i mdm we a,e %  WM and the opening of the door and the lu!,^"' *" d "" <*P ot Inghlened the *hole lamrf, by Vppeann a £ !^ h K ."J*! M awn wmSne which the second half ot the Haibabo U nd >J% ","' besl ol ,h "* #* men. and the though,,ha. ^oXLlTllZXt 0 ''^ 1 %  *" "fYER H ROBINSON ****" c o '< **mSfiSS?3L KOSHl H I OR P.ISSOYHH produced under the superviii of the Union of Orfhodoi It.A Congregations of imf Cl | MRNVSH ^ I give your §i _•the same gent'e :a' yoj give your r-aris 1 >o eatilt |J| 1 % r J %  I 1 J lui -? ucli H yo leftover me** on handt. %  Silver Foa tapnior co 96otbfri b) %  %  • •!.:.. n. I ViedonA s. vet a eon fl\r the tender Silver IJ Atk lor Ilii •: %  • %  Max Hard-Page. I 121 E. FLAGIER STRE^ Phone FR 3-6484



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Page 8-C *• Jewish fhrkJiar Friday, March V 1961 Writer Defends View of William Howard Taft By HARRY SIMONHOFF In my demurrer to the Republican arguments advanced by MortimerMay. whom I esteem. I Stated that a Democratic Congress in 1911 passed the resolution to sivogate the treaty with Czarist Russia, despite the opposition of President Taft. A local Republi car. bigwig rushed to The Jewish Floridian with a long letter challei 4ing the truth of my statement. It is not my intention to go into controversies with every scribbler. Pi t in our rapidly-growing comnity many people do not know who is who. If they read something in the press, they assume it mist be true. It is only to establish a historic fact that I write on tl is theme. In 1832, the U.S.A. and the Cxar of Russia negotiated a treaty of commerce, which provided that "the inhabitants of their respective states shall mutually have liberty to enter the ports, places ard rivers of the territory of each prty shall be at liberty to sojourn and reside in all parts whatsoever of said territories." For about three decades, little v -pened to disturb the relation* between the two governments. There were very few Russian .'• vs entering or living in the I" S.A. After 1865. incidents ben to multiply, and by 1880 the S rotary of Slate. James G. ine. dispatched a masterly r test against the discriminations practiced against American • vs by the Russian government For 40 years, each admini-tra n tried to induce the Czar to ;< mil American Jews to visit Rl ssia. But they failed. And no ider since some of the ambas Ion themselves had imbibed • venom of the Black Hundreds. Jt vs in the U.S.A. were becomrestive. By 1910. the popula tk>n of American Jews born in H. ssia and their descendants ex i"ded a million souls. But the Tc:t administration was dragging it! teet. On Jan 19. 1911. Louis Marshall, the most effective Jew iah leader ever to arise in the ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE r 57 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722 %  LL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR [SYNAGOGUES S. JEWISH HOME! We Carry Bar Mitzvan Record* LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK N.W. 25th St. st 103rd Ave. TU 5-1689 The South's most beautiful Jewish Cemetery" Coral Way Branch Office HI 4-9849 A recent Letter to the Editor by Harry Simonhoff answered a two-fart senes in The Jewish Floridian by Mortimer May calling for increased Jewish identification ict'tfi the Rtr-nbdciin Par:\. Leon Ell. longtime Republican leader here responded to Mr. Simonhoffs letter on Feb. 24. in which he "set the record ttraight." This is Simonhoffs reply to Mr. Ell. challenging the record-straightening. U.S.A. delivered a powerful address before the convention of the I".lion of American Hebrew Congregations. He called for the complete abrogation of every existing treaty between the L'.S. and Russia. A copy of this speech was sent to President Taft. More and more Americans were becoming aroused over the contemptuous attitude of Russia towards her treaty obligations. Speeches in and out of Congress called for action. On receiving the Marshall address and the resolution of the convention, Taft decided it was time to halt theantiRussian tide. On Feb 15. 1911. he invited some outstanding Jewish leaders to the White House. In a book. Louis Marshall. Champion ot Liberty" (Vol. 1 pages 78-871. the great leader gives a full account of the luncheon and the discussions that followed. The President read his prepared statement on the passport question. Some of the e\cerpts are: "What I wish to invite your attention to is that this relation between the United States and Russia is ... of fifty years standing. It is a relation under which property rights have been acquired, investments have been made The business with Russia amounts ... to about $100,000,000 ... If this treaty were renounced they would be completely subject to the control of Russian tribunals.! influenced as they are largely by' executive policy ... if we de• nounce the treaty ... we shall imj peril a good many interests which i it is our duty to preserve How much would this affect the Russian Jews wouldn't we ; be imperiling those people .' by ranging ourselves in hostility to Russia.*' In the discussion that followed Marshall stated: "We did not believe that the American peoplewould permit private business interests to count as against the principle that all American citizens were equal and were to be free from all discrimination The question was not ore which concerned the Jews as such, but involved the dignity of our Government when it issued its passport, and the sanctity of American citizenship." After the discussion, the President said he had received a communication from W. W. Rockhill, the American Ambassador at St. Petersberg, and suggested that the committee withdraw o an adjoining room to read and discuss the le:ter. Louis .Marshall writes ''We accepted his suggestion and I read quit-.a long COmmunicai in which Mr Rockhill present' the stock arguments ot Russ with respect to the Jew-, the con tention that if given greater rights than they had they would exploit the peasants, and that there were reasons which made it necessarj for Russia, in conduct in g her internal alfairs. to deal with the Jewish problem as she had done and to withhold from the Jews Ol other countries the riant to enter Russia." Marshall then stated to the President. "1 read the letter to my associates and all of ufound it very objectionable i characterized the letter as a pro-Ru.s-i.in argument which, coming from an American Ambas sador, was highly objectionable The letter of Marshall goes on, "Mr. SchiH, who was very indignant, then gave voice to his disappointment When Ihe conference broke up and the various conferees shook hands with the President, Jacob Schiff alone retrained from greeting the President. As we went down the stairs he turned to me and said, 'This means war' and authorized me to draw on him to the extent •f $25,000 for a fund to carry on a campaign to bring about the GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR: Flagler Elects New Officers C. Guthrie Babcock h a been elected treasurer oi Flagler Fed eral Savings and Loan A-.-n sue ceeding Robert L. Rice, who was elected vice president in charge ol the mortage and appraisal departments. Fred Mug was elected assistant vice president of the appraisal department, and Rosalie Urspruch, assistant secretary of the association. A founding member of Flagler Federal. Babcock 1a native ot Key West. A graduate ol the I'm varsity of Florida and past pre-i dent of the University ot Florida Alumni in Miami, he has been .< resident of No Miami since l!.i-l Also a founding member of Flagler Federal. Rice becomes a lull time officer of the association He is a former residential builder. Detroit Purim Party Detroit Social Club of Greater Miami held its annual Purim party Monday evening at the Al giers hotel. |Miami Hebrew Book Store. 1&85 WASHINGTON AVE Miami Beach — jg S-3840 Hebrtw Religieui Suppli*. for iynagooue*. School* A Private Ue ISRAELI A DOMESTIC OIFT8 GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS Tour MEMORIAL CONSULTANTS Srrtinu the Jewish Community Exclusively" STUDIO and OFFICE 1249 S.W. 8th Street Ml 4 2157 AfFILIATC OF THURMOND MONUMENT CO. N*EWM71N FUNERAL. HOME •J3 3DAOEBOULFVARO MIAMI BEACH 'Efferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman Funfol Director abrogation of the treaty Mr. Bettman turned to me and Mid, 'Wir sind in Golus'." Ten months rolled by and the President did ootbng. He might have, felt repudiate! ay the 1910 eiec'ion which uave control of Congress to the Democrats. On Dec. 4. 1911. John V Garner. Congressman from Texaand later Nice President under I .DR.. introduced a resolution for abrogating the treaty with Russia So d i Rep William Sulzer. of New York Next day. Sen Charles H. Cu berson. of Texaintroduced In Senate the resoiutic presen%  • % % %  Sulzer. On Dec. 6. a mass meetirg in Carregie Hall presided over by William G. McAr'oo presented s;.;>:.! of Herberi Hoo*. and Eisenh tw< r He •d to save the treat) Ti fe It the re-o!ution ;enl a m ;ssage on Dec 7 1911 to < n |Tn and stated. | belie w tl the Government of RuMa 1 dressing itself seriously u> SI need ol changing the present on'.! tice under the treatySuch bl.rH new in the face of a government staging pogroms and pren.nJ the Mendel Beil.s case^" that Jews require the blood of I Christian for their Passover rituaL On Dec. 13. 1911. the Demoer* tic House of Representativ-. adr .„ ted the Sulzer Resolution 30].,,', Now. fat Billy Taft descended •<> the tactics of a peanut politician If the treaty must be tennm.-i why not grab the credit for hi> self, especially since 1912 0U '1 be the election year for r>r,< dent? It would be a good to beat the Democratto the punch. So. on Dec 15. %  structer his ambassador Petersbers that the U.S.A minated the 1832 treat) Tinstealing the show i d a Republican or, Mian to declare: "It was the R. ,..,., President William Howard who abrogated the Treat) merce with Russia REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest i Oldest Supplier far Synagogues. Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale ffefojf KMM OlfTS AMD Komrits 417 Washington A*. J 19017 When you move to town...or to a new home... Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from our religious, civic and business leaders. If you, or others you know, are moving, be sure to phone Welcome Wagon. HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON o o o o o o iu3. woi



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Page 6-B WOMAN OF THE WEEK Someone once introduced Martha amis Eleanor Roosevelt, and they 1 great lady, and >o iMartha Myers [Mrs. Stanley C.i Myers a^ Ml a point. Eleanor Roosevelt is a mJmtati Meri dian^ Halpern, Lear Off to Jamaica in a candlelight ceremony at the Diplomat Country Club. Arlecn %  Lear and Allen Leon Halpern were 'united in marriage Sunday. Mar. IZ. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman Officiating. The new Mrs Halpern is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Reuben Lear, of 1709 NE W ave.. Ft. Fancier, ale. She is a graduate ot Ft. Lauderdale High School, and attended the Universitj ol Miami Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hymaa Halpern, ol the Bronx. NY He i> a graduate ol the Universitj "f Miami and pres idem of Friday. March l'i Lambda Phi. He This weel Martha is in Pittsburgh.. j^-^ „ accounta nt on Mil ( %  real aav. ami >u i> ..••.n. ~* %  „.;.„„! i\-.nn<-il pre?eiui\ •> Pa attending the 24th national b.ennal convention of National %  Couned ^eh of Jewish Women. There, as a national vice president, she will preside gown, the bride chose chantill) lace with scalloped neckr sl dent ofthe Junior Council in Miami in fact, sne me, -—Jjft 'SSttt^^JSEi junior Council chance at Beth David Congregation. uhere she had aattO jra appuq ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ many of the MlM^ ^ ^ ^ ^ g ^ of lg Martha „, In fact, she met Stanley at a This is a long way hi in to be the speaker locallv and nationally. Stanley She carried orchids and a prayer book. Attending her were Roslynne Miller, maid of honor, and Mrs Paul Silverman, her cousin, matron of honor Another cousin, Karen Together, and Martha have since shared the same inter eats m community affairs. Together, they have the same intense feeling that they are their brothers' keeper. This community dedication has certainly influenced their home life, maamuch as their children. Judy, now Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, and Kenny feel the same dedi cation, and are joining the ranks of those who care what happens in the life of their community. \\ rrntrK.ii.u MKS. RONALD BAKU MRS. AUIN HAlPfffN Denise C.ubm. was junior bridesmaid. The bridegroom's brother. Da> id Halpern. was his best man. and serving as ushers were Paul Silver. %  % JI r 0 || en Exchanae VOWS man. Stephen Lear. Elliot Greene. DOTH, UOnen tAUlunyc wwvw* MARTH6 the During the war years. Martha was active in Red Cross Staff Volunteer Training. Two full columns can be written about the various organizations of which Martha has been president, chairman or guiding light. Currently, she is vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in which she has served in many capacities, including presently as chairman of community planning committee. Since Stanley could not attend the last General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Martha served as a pinch hitter and chaired the meeting assigned to him. becoming the first woman to act ir. that capacity. The novelty of being a grandmother ready and willing to baby sit ai the ring of the phone is taking predominance in Martha's life. She ft els that she and Stanley have reached the age of the three R's — Reading. Resting and Raving (about their grandchild). As President John F. Kennedy said in one of his talks, he now joins (hose who are in a high and lonely office. When you reach the top. it is lonely. Martha has been there a long time. JUST LADIES It was a dinner party just for the Fair Sex at the home of Reggie • Mrs. Lionel) Maron. The guests were Canadian friends from Montreal.! Everyone loves to receive an invitation from Reggie. She's an \< client cook and a gracious hostess. Her main course at the dinner party was dietetic pineapple chicken, and all the diet-conscious guests were satisfied After Reggie s famous sponge cake, the Fair Sex settled down to cards. Food for the stomach and food for the mind FORTY-FIVE OR OVER Those who played in the Women's Senior Golf Tournament at Westvn w Country Club had to admit their true age. They couldn't be thirtyM\ because the youngest had to be forty-five. Clara Spitz was the organizer. Women came from everywhere, as long a< they had had forty-five candles on their last birthday cake. Frances Wolf son. Shirley Heiman. Harriet Williams. Zenia Meyer. Martha Blum were all in there swinging. Betty Schwartz. Trud> Cohen and Billie Goldman were among the Winners. THE HORSE SLIPPED Jerry (Mrs Larry | Fnedland was seen in the store buying baby loi I — not what you think. Son Ronny went to Gainesville for a short Visit. He did some riding, the horse fell, and Ronny with him. Ronny broke his jaw. which is now wired in three places. He's already back at school, the University of Miami, but he won't be eating -i ids or laughing for a long time. Don't know what happened to the horse A PARTY Larry Fels. Mai Arnold. Stanlev Cohen. Paul Pintel. Gerald Sheindlin and Robert Lear. A reception at the Diplomat Country Club followed the 6:30 ceremony After a honeymoon in Jamaica, the young couple will reside in Miami Beach Book Review At Beth David Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor a coffee and book review Wednesday, io a.m.. in the syna. gogue auditorium. Mrs I. M Weinstein will review "The Last of the Just." by Andre Schwarz Bart. Mrs. Leonard Wolf and Mrs Herbert Frame are co chairmen of the event Reservations may be made at the synagogue office. Rabbi Jaffe Io Speak Weekly luncheon meeting ot Miami Beach B'nai B'nth Lodge will be at the Ritz Plaza hotel on Tuesday noon. Speaker will be Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe. of Temple Beth El. Hollywood. Gershon S. Miller is chairman ol the luncheon meeting A formal dinner at Temple Titereth Jacob folowed the marriage of Hope Barbara Cohen and Ron aid Sheldon Banl on Sunday. Mar 12 Rabbi Leon Helm officiated at the 6 o'clock ceremony. Daughter Ol Mr and Mrs Jack Leonard Cohen, ot 8U0 Falcon ave Miami Springs, the bride is a graduate ol Miami Senior High school. • where she belonged to Anchor Sen ice Club and Hillel She also at ended the University of Florida She was attended by Jane Ellen Lowenthal, maid of honor, and Mrs. Sandra Stone, matron of honor Bridesmaids were Rosalie Senwartzman, Roberta Koronea and Trudy Karp. the groom's siater. Her gown was off-white peau de soic with princess line, chapel n a portrait neckline trimmed with alencon lace, and long sleeves with epaulettes She carried white camelias on a prayer book belonging to her lather, with a border ol white roses The groom is (he m %  >: Mil Frances Banl. of 251 S\A *>.'> JV He is I graduate of Mia i High, and is praaentl) First National Bank of M His cousin, David B best man. and usherere Rot Stone, Robert Blooii Wolfe', and the bride'.br aid Cohen After a honeymoon trip to Juan. Puerto Rico, the newlyN will live at 1W9 SW 3 ave M' Sptdm* Fj-i Codttnl G.i BnJal A" A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 That WW 1 automobile license outside Jack and Dolores Courslion's house the other night belonged to Sen. Claude Pepper. That was the night of the dinner party tor the board of directors of the Washington Security Co. Drinks first and then dinner, but no filets V Delly told the caterer to try something differ-1 ent for a change. There was something different in the way of entertainment later on in the evening, too. Frances Thomas read palms Since there were so many bank officials present, they didn't j have to cross her palm (with silver) Frances I Thomas? Of course, she's Freddy (Mrs Rudy) Baum. DOLORES -fc SPRING AND WESTVIEW Spring flowers decorated the tables at Westview for the second luncheon and fashion show of the year. Among the lovelies in the audience were Mrs. Mickey Sehermer. Mrs. Charles Leonie. Mrs David Hochberg, Mrs. Julian Weinkle. and Mrs. Herbert Yalof. who is visiting her mother. Mrs. Leopold Schwartz. Mrs. Alex Miller. Mrs. Marvin Silvers and Mrs William Singer, all : three looking like fashion plates themselves, were enjoying the fabulous i Fashion Trend* for '61 by Jordan Marsh. SAFETY HARBOR SPA Florida's Famed Mineral Springs Hea'th Resort Florida's newest and largest Health and Baths Pavilion. New Lumiry mineral water pool, patio, solaria and gymnasium. 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Fr .ccy. March 17, 1961 +Jenist fhridi tr Page 7-A Miami's Combined Appeal Reaches $1,150,000 •/ by bMrinessmen As cai • rove up to deducted by CM liver checki edges, the days .. etted the i ombined ten .mm unced 11 : ., %  MM had hcen hrmii 'it in. Jr*' ? aintain Ihe one mon h I : vi dT ~ campaign, the \ 10 Si I far in the %  i ral cam|.. I Lipt< n. (hi I boost to t h e [ task He %  d ii< vo ers who A novel -eature of the day's I pro-am was !hs CJA Drive-in Ucc'h located on the grounds of Hit Gre^'eMiami Jewish Fed*Into" Taxing turns manning i- oeoth %  • %  ere a number of the Lj-rr-unity %  > !cp leaders, led by J. pfon and Sam J. Hoiman, FedI MI president. w ith .> real lasl ..; I J \ rkers -< • %  ai I pl< %  •• I within iheir < h, i k~ and in In Boot I "This total :• presented pledges which were available and waiting for our Blitz volunteers, -aid Lip!on -All \o required was the worker on the spot .a the n^ht time The busin* >smen responded wondt rfull) According to Lipton, the sixhour solicitation was "the equivalent of i?veral weeks of normal work at this time of the campaign. Since ihe prospects being solicited aveiage between S100 ard $200 each it was possible to 10SIPH UPTON MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calohl. Ire* Sugarlne ttftrntr SWIITIi THAN SUGAB Tit NO 1000 VAIUI J %  i lw • •-, ,* h c lo cji I V\t lor betij|fi. %  i fu't Com %  : 4 *l rSj OSMUWltO NOM-rAntNUft 'OCD STORCS tVlRYWHlRI Gen. Mcsne L>cyc:i, :o:mei Commander in Chiel Israel's Armed Fcires. was to cir:ve in the Ur..'.ed S: iti Thursday to becin c wide toui on be! II :he United lev. Local UJA .:.: ,s the Combined Jewish Appeal oi Grectei Miami. Rosenthal Attends Meeting |!i ( hi io -< ent and • Fed -. and %  \i, ol • i hi Sa vn % %  %  %  taxatioi Newsmen Plan SDX Installation Edward R Scripps 11 natu president oi Sigma Delta Chi, will atti %  the journalism si ciety's 'l.i State meeting Apr 14 to IS ai the DipliMii.it inn to install the new Florida East Coasl professional chapter 1. 1 ihe newsmen's organization President Jack Kassewiti I th< hi si Great) r Miami profess chapter of si>\. announced that Scripps. who .. vice president of the ^. ripps Hov ird ni A spap< r j n ilieati anil Warren \-' p %  x< cutii < %  it.i er of th< ciety. will attend :hi hi ni i ting, Chairman Philip I>< Berard -.mi 'he luo-daj state session will in reach this figure only with the hardest kind of drive. •!• foot :i8L pledges to total this figure, and we are pleased to have been able to wind up that many solicitations in just a -i\ hour efi' i" I he results speak for them selvi as to the wonderful cooperation we ^'ot trom campaign leaders and ivorkers and from the read) response we ^o: from businessmen this daj Optimism was expressed b) camli ad< rs this week as a result ei :he sucessful six-hour ef fort, Lipton warred that there is still ond u aj to go in the i%i %  ged i veryone who hav %  %  adi his contribution la do :' %  ible Opera Theatre in English \\< stvii w Country Club will pre Ihe I i opera, an opera theatre in English on Saturday evening, Mar 2') Festivities will begin with cocktails at 7 and dinner at S p m. Kanzer Chapt. Seeks Members The Robert L. Kanzer chapter oi the National Jewish Civil Serv ice League is open to anyone employed h> or retired from civil sen ice Nexl tn< eting is Sun i iy, l p.m al Heih El Congregation. Bill Niven is chairman for the afternoon TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Vom Tov spirit in this fine :ea... "flavor crushed'" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and tnilchigs and between meal refreshment Nominees are Presented Nominees for offices in the com ing year were presented hv Tompie Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood at its monthly meeting Wednesday evi ning Young \dull group also met Wednesday al 8 p m elude ,i panel discussion bj medical, legal and police officials on Hov the Press Covers M> Profession." BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS on cf NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC. JE 1-7117 ARTHRITIS The Water You Drink DOES Make a Difference thorn*! Qr,fl i ; '* associated with kidney disorder, the rapid reM*) 0 Sy,,emic *<"' promoted by Mountain Valley Water may & w tt t Alk our doctor about drinking 6 to 8 glasses doi| y ior •es-on 0 "/ u" c n,u, y' Mountain Valley Water is from the health dtiiv.,.j • S P ,ina Ark. Start with a carton of six holf gallons, • !" e,ed "9ht to you. fountain Valley Water HOT STRINGS.] 301 LW. 8th Street-Phone FRanklin 3-2484 DISTRIBUTED BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 373 N.E. 61st St., Miami, Flo.



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-,„, March 1-. 196! #C*VC.f nrrSs*f**n Page 5-B ar As8 g ,ft to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free f c r the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, MiaI. FJa.. one month in advance. Include the name A tne Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, Jarre address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. (0*4*0 MAKVIN SUSAN AllAN HttD THOMAS Charles Braverman R,bbi Mayer Abramowiia will %  IbiiK at Bar M* v *h of loirlf Chin k son of Mr. and IMP Louis Braverman. 1951 NE lir dr No Miami Beach, during CH*lfS 3 i services, Mar |K. ai iernp • Menorah. ia in the graduating Haif the r< : iious school and {•-. %  ior High. Recer-' on • h"nr U1 be Lid a the D le hotel Allen Lev! Allen Steven. >on ol Mr and Mrs Alfred Levi. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturda) morning, Mar 18. at Temple KmanuKI. with Rah bi Ir\in K Lehrman officiating, Allen [s a seventh made student at Ida If. Fisher Junior Mich and attends the Temple's religious school. He plays the clarinet, and il a member of the school band A luncheon in hi> honor at the Algiers hotel will follow the ier vices. Soian Berke Susan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Berke, 105 shore dr W Miami, will be Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening. Mar 17. at Beth David Congregation, with Rabbi Norman Shapiro officiating Susan i~ an eight grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, and attends Beth David religious school, Marvin Stein Saturday morning services, Mar tig § lUilii eville Hf 44IAMI BEACH S MOST BEAUTIFUL PASSOVER FAMILY SEDER I 10 TAXf S • TIPS INCLUDED 01* ulci (>j CANTOR %  x Herman K. Gottlieb Renowned Cantor of Greater Miami ( %  Keeled frij A Professional Choir 6 30 P.M.. Friday, March 31, 1961 SevilleI 1*>S *. &f .. M,.„, •*.< %  MSUVATIOM, • •UlU r.l.k, Cs'.nnj Mar. H 2 2511 18. at Temple Judea will include the Bar Mitzvah of Marvin, son Of Mr and Mrs Jack Stein, with Rahbi Morris Skop officiating Marvin is a seventh grade stu dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High and plays cello in the school orchestra He has attended religious school for five years, and will graduate from the Hebrew department in June. Follow nit; bis Bar Mit/vah. he will enter the confirmation department a a Alan Glackman Bar Mitzvah ol Alan, son of Mr and Mrs Murray Glackman, 591t> La Gorce dr. will be celebrated Saturday morning. Mar 18. at Congregation Beth Jacob. Rabbi Tibor Stern will officate Alan is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, and plays clarinet in the school band. • • Fred Black Fred Steven, son of Mr and Mrs. 1 Allan Black. 18121 N\V 11 it will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Mar 18. at Dade Heights Jewish Congregation with Rabbi Max Zucker officiating The Bar Mitzvah attends the congregation's religious school and Norland Junior High A luncheon and reception in his honor will be held Sunday noon at the Algiers hotel a • • Andrew Ross R ibbi Max Lipschitz w .11 officiate .it the B.ir Mitzvah ol Andrew Lewis, son ol Mr and MrJoseph Ross, on Saturday m irning. Mar is. at Beth Torah Congregation Indrew is a sevei -'.1 dent at North Miami B< ach Junior High and attends Beth Torah religious school, where he is .1 member \ reception and dinner in Ins %  %  Michel Re taurant Saturdav evening. Jerry Litbman .ii n> son ol Mr and Mrs Max Lithman, will be Bar Mitzvah durSaturday mornin t sen i< 1 Mar 18. at Congregation Yedudah Vfoshe Rabhj Sheldon Steinmetz will officiate, and Joseph RosenCN. ^i(ci\/Jot prejen'i -.Srailitional /' n.s.un.r Jjinntr and ATI/VI'.I Treat yourself and your loved ones lo a rich experience in a T/oral temple selling conducted by CANTOR HERBERT RICHARD BROWN ol die Hebrew Union College ol Sacred MUIIC FRIDAY NIGHT. MARCH 31 517.50 per person including lax Children up lo age 12 — S12 SO Tor Retervafions: Calering OHice ]£ 2-2561 Lawrence Manning feld. president, will present a Bible. Kiddush. hosted by Jerry's parents, will tollow services. • • Edward Fletcher Temple Zion will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Edward, son Of Mr and Mrs Samuel Fletcher. on Saturday morning. Mar 18. with R->hN Alfred Waxman officiating Edward is a seventh grade honor student at West Miami Junior High. and will continue his studies in the Temple's confirmation class. His parents will tender the Kiddush in his honor. • Allan Brown Bar ttitzvah of Allan Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown. will be celebrated Saturday morning. Mar. 18. at Flaglcr-Granada Jewish Center Allan is a student at Shenandoah Junior High and attended the Center's Hebrew school for four years. Following the service, his par ents will host a Kiddush in his honor. Thomas Goldring Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel chior Goldring. 650 Lenox ave. Saturday morning. Mar. 18. at the Hebrew Academy. Thomas is an eighth grade honor student and a soloist in the Hebrew Academy's choir. Gerry Jedd, star of the London company of "Two for the Seesaw." will recreate the role of loveable Gittel Mosca when she opens as co-star of John Baragrey on Tuesday at the Ccronut Grove Plcyho.se. The click comedy romance will follow the month lonq smash of Menasha Skulnik in "The 49th Cousin." going into its final performance Sundav. Titereth Israel Dinner Party Cards and mah lone; followed spaghetti dinner Sunday. 5 pm in the social hall of Tifereth Israel Congregation, 8500 N. Miami ave. MOTH. onta ineble ON THI OCEAN AT 44th STRUT TRADITIONAL v SEDER SERVICES Conducttd By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN (AMOR HIKSH ABLER Under The Auspices Of TEMPLE EMA.M -EL SISTERHOOD rPXAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS MARCH 31 and APSIl 1 Reservation*: TIMrtE EMANU-EL OFFICE JB 6 2303 or BANQUET DEPARTMENT "* JE e-een o mmmmmmmm^m the HOTEL Karceloiia V W proudly present* siCvoc aelARsky Fimout International Optra Star Who Will Conduct tKAftltlOHAl S66€R S6RVIC6S In the Beautiful CORONATION ROOM Full Course Dinner Including Sacramental Wine served at 6.30 $15 per parion For Reservations, phone Mr. Oppenhelm JE 2-3311 MM III m



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March 1~ 1361 +Jenist fhrM/ar> Page 7< U. S. Zionist Merger Urged I, ied the recent I Citizens Awai V', 3 13:em LoJae o! 3'nai B Savinqs and Loan "• to riqhl (front are n Rabbi B. Lecn Huxv tz remple Zame:,., F. Hurj| Sholem Lodqe: foseph Dcide Federal; Mis | "j I N. McArthur, winners of the %  • %  rrd Klein, pn am i • • ro X f > -^.;J D ~ .-:-. w-.c. ai.ii. WHUUII1UI1 u: ...C I Michael Gold, committee member. Farria Bryant addressed the breakfast .on. lHarvi] ipCantor, and Jerome W. Halpern, division :>:hai:-er. Standing 'left) is Leo A. Chaikm. division chair Pdlestine Economic Corporation {Directors Announce Dividend Pearlstein is Speaker A..I \ : was the ;u unchi Bead B'nai B'nih Lo la %  noon .it thi Ritz Plaza h rson S Miller i • "urn Marked Increases For Metropolitan Substanti: l ir 'eases in total resources and earnings luring [960 were rep irte! here > Metro. politian Bank : Vii mi; in ai iial report released *-u stockholders Metropol tan ended up ia60 with total resources i 130,015,064 >s compared to SL'8.996.553. at tinend of 1950. Deposits rose to $26,348. 143 as anam>t S'-'VM* 14 .it the end .if LBSS Net operating inccome .i^ of Dec 31. 196u was $463,000 as compared to $406,000 „t the end of 1969 Citing a >ub>tantial li.crea>e in .-asm^s and checking accounts. Hughes reported, "at the end of December. 1960. for instance, we had 11.054 savings and checking accounts representing total dollar balances ol SLHUW.OOO >> compared uith 9,200 accounts totaling S25.548.000 at the previous ye*Tend By Special Report \::-\ -. IRK— The merg Zionist %  •. i r ;t "Mrr-V 'idsolution led a ird ng of forl %  all-da} session urge rasl %  %  raanizai Speaking on the Unity Res; _• 'on La;ue pres'dc-t Samuel H. Da -. ; cf Fhi'acc phia oic . treat entl feste in the Lea^ :>! mi vement in the diasp muoities Shapir > als i took n great imp irtani e ed to Aliyal ind J< wish •he diaspora a: the Congress • I the board unanimousl) ipj r his r< > %  immen !ations to ei size -• :. projects war • lives \ i gre-s, .1.; Ige Lo us E i e> a in.'-".! er if the praesidum .1 Zi ii-.,-' Genei :. i urged thai ihe League express its ingest possible sup if the reorganization program ed ; Dr N'ahum Gnldmann, • %  h is to be considered i Zionist G ral ; in A] > V'Z A resolution was proposes ~i passed unanimous v in which •"* League strong -. _-:ed the Z :• %  is General COL^C; *o accenC G:lcrjr"'s p't^'am wit":.' ^:i'^" ia a'era-cr. I %  D l.-rae • Is i %  i, all League's pni | tion i part; ii lsra< %  %  been i) r Horowitz Elected President Her!'-, rt Horn tz is th lent of I Plaza cers ft i iati m are i iresidenl • %  • : %  treas Miami Psychologist in folk ..... [ i > in Tei Is lei %  '• evening l>r Marquil has i pract. ing psych l '. >ars s? 1 'K—A regular V per share | • %  was dc I board of Economic Feb. B, I rec rd Dec. jrni ? < d • incwaaa ungs as %  itmenti of ac matured, i Mayerhoff. 123 par value 24, I960, • I !> over -h mt the • : year-old com • I ir the develop >m> through industrial rcial wn The largest single investmani consummated in ]%' %  was I ic $-. 100 participation in the >^ n 11 i-ate thai icquired the Kei Sea Mediterranean 16-inch oil pipeline New PEC investments In Israel enterprises during the past two >ear> amounted to gt\SO6.000. Over $2,000,000 .it additional investments have already been approved for 1961. and further projects jre under construction.'' Meyerhoff announced JWv Auxiliary in flection Ladies Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, North Shore Post 667. elected new officers a! .< inert ing .Monday evening in Washington Federal Savings and Loan tssn., 1133 Normandy dr MrBertram Whitman is president. Subsidiary Building Firm Arthur Shandloff. of Star Con structioo i omp.it:> announces the formation of a subsidiary company. Southern Building Industries, ^ 1440 N\\ Zlsl it Miami The new diation will specialise in private and public budding moderni tation, room ad rarporta and smaller repair I c'-'"" %  -y < tea with r*$*ra* tc 3S • BANQUETS CONFIRMATIONS J all Social Functions %  .: ay %  ; JE 8 can r.,., in .M <00rt. Oeea^'Tr* a* UsseatR lid. Walter Winehell SAYS • • • ... in Miami Besch .. The Thunderbird calls itselfamoUl.ItUmore^ like a palace PERSONALIZED CATERING TO BANQUETS Small or large Dinner Parties, Engagements, Bar Mitivahs, Weddings and Anniversaries Superlative Service and the World's Finest Foods! y. HUMDERB/RD RlSORr MOTS1L .... For Complete tfl Information BtRT MOMI GRFINWAHl, ao


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March 17. 1961 *Pist'MrrHdHmr) Page 3-B MUSIC AND n o THEATER t JZitli ion Jiraff e s DPhie Fashions To Aid Victims National Cystic Fibro.sis Foundation will be recipient of all proceeds collected by the Miami AlumI .i<(it Delta Phi Kp-ilon sorority at the sorority's annual Founders Dayhas announced the following comfashion coordinator: Irvin Miller, mittee: treasurer: Joel Kaiser, award-; Mesdames Herbert Bernstein. Leonard Grand, tickets; and Alchairman; .Marvin (iiiberman. bert Rosnian. publicity IMPISH GENIUS FROM BRITAIN -•• music; norld is saddened by the death of Sir Thomas Beecham known conductor ot symphony and opera. He was 8i Britain's greatesl symphonic conductor ol the century I ihi music world's foremost interpreters ui Mozart Handei nown slmosl ..s well for his caustic witticisms, somei.iliy irreverent, which both infuriated and delighted s ,Thomas, who inherited a vast fortune and title from \ ?t '* nl medicine manufacturing empire speni mil I I eral c and symphonic works, producing 120 operas thi century, organizing eight orchestras ovi I keepin /irtuall) singU handedlj the musi< red< rick D lius ondj Ahile, maintains :. i oul ;is I i' grove. During this • %  for a music.il composition later I Suiti -.1 a %  his American debul with tin Nev york Philhar • • ftcr was .i frequent visit* i to America More \ mar • • mosl of them true, are told about the Impish little prominent Briton Mosl ol all, he liked to idiei 's He once inform* d such a i rowd • 'lots • He is reputed to have told anotl I concert in Manchester, he said hi would never re| .< A as tired of playing to savagi • • • (CITING SERIES AT DADE AUDITORIUM 1 i 'nr;il Series. i n association with >he International nge. and Francis Mayville announce an exceptionally rogram for 1961-62 at Dade County Auditorium. The Russe will be presented Dec 8 to 10. ihi series Vienna on Parade, company of SO ballet danoloists, direct from the Vienna Opera House, on Jan I 182; Juan Mtrcadal. hilled u the Toscanini ol the gui• Feb 16; Mariano Parra and his company of Flamen l -h dancers smeers and musicians, from Spain on ) ltj Festival Ballet, the world renowned star with mpanj Mai 10; Jose Greco and t-.iSpanish dance 24 and the stunning National Ballet ol Canada, ij select nine of the 13 performances th< > wish ti seal locations for each ol them Sine abh • lull one-third reduction and member through March b> calling ill 8 I I • • • |E.G BARE MODERN BARN? Opera House, thai magnificent structan known i %  cent* r oi operatic art, is schedul* nth* winter of 1M069 The block-squi e propert) i %  d landmark la located will be turned over to .> commercial building. This u progr* si Opera v^n announced it has signed a lease with fei lb* propert) as soon .is a new opera house is v in the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, now • \e York City The association said it hopes to • the Center on Manhattan'! west side tor the 1964• respect to Lincoln Center, all of uwho deal !\ lOVI perfect acoutica oi the Met an waiting with that the new building will not turn out to be a b with blown up mechanical sound. • • • *NIST0RIZED BASKETBALL SCORES her ana m Hopkinsville, Ky slapped a Ih* piano apd snapped I'm sorrj Ladies and [ two -ii Is in the audience ho have b* i i | %  Ih • They are driving me out ol m> mind t thi M< Iropolitan Opera tar never i the concert Severs ei to the broadcast of a nearby high si basketWSYLVANIA CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS I camp scholarships and young artist awards will be mia Music Camp in North Carolina this summer in %  Ih anniversary of the camp i are available to young musicians age 12 to 18 lor a the. ,uinp inorchestr.il and band instruments They "i through tape auctions 1 he young artist awards are a !lt Ol the Southeast between 18 and 30 Areas ol com1 piano, cello, viola, and violin. !l be guests of Transylvania for a week, when they will "• h awards and a sole performance with the orchestra Appli •^ r "imay be obtained bv writing the Brevard Music Center •WPFund, BOX 4263, Charlotte A. N.C. UDY "ROGRAM IN PUERTO* RICO half scholarships to an eight week study program in mil 1 l h v mnur are open to gifted voung musicians, composers nuiul i Ca,0ra of ,he Americas. The program is a project of the nn in "•*' l"Uruta of MosiC at Inter Armnean University in San hhL; Th< Julv 3 -Aug. 29 sessions will be directed by Dr. Roy £ n founded the Institute. /viV h '" summer will include Janos Starker, cellist; Sidney 1 %  nna u '• and "ibers of the Curtis String Quartet, pianists ^ BM,l drns a nd Jesus Maria Sanroma. and violinist Tersa Hartn. on M available at the New School of Music, 1738 Pine st PhilaTwo Delta Phi Epsilon children who will model at the "Spring Parade" fashion show are Jill and Joan Bernstein. luncheon and fashion .show at the Seville hotel on Saturday noon. Spring Parade is the theme of the affair, and an assortment of ladies' fashions from Beth Weber. Of south Miami, will be shown Highlight of the program will be Delta Phi Fpsilon children model mg fashions from Patt's, of Bay Harbor, and Youngland Fashions. of Surfside. Mrs Raymond Scheer. president. WIDOW WISHES TO SHARE HER 2 BEDROOM HOME with business woman. SW, on bus line, 3 blocks from Corol Woy. HI 3-0146 ONE OR TWO BEDROOMS FOR RENT Private Bath, Reasonable. Near 163rd Street Shopping Center. UN 5-3826 SAND ELL Uft Strictly Kosher Catering • BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • PARTIES 7446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH FLA Ph. UN 66226 Ph. UN 6 5278 you tor your Patronage A HAPPY PASSOVER TO AIL iol PASSOVER SEDERS MAs^giach en Premise* %  My**) HARFENIST RESTAURANT 1381 Washington Ave. JE 8 2058 MARCH 31-APRIL 1 PROMINENT CANTOR WILL OFFICIATE sunshine fashion* trend setter In the south Shop Burdine's for the South's widest assortments best m values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop monday and friday nights, mumi miami beach 'til 9 163rd ttt. tt laudcrdal*. west palm beach til 9 30 Bar Mitzvah TOUR TO ~~ INCLUDING ROME-VIA KLM For Boys and Girls 13-16 Under the leadership of Rabbi Richard L. Rubenstein, Ph.D. July 5-August 2, 1961 Totol Tour Price from N.Y. $131 5.00 European Extension $175.00 LONDON PARIS AMSTERDAM AUG. 2 to Aug. 10 For Further Inrormotion and Folders Coll or Writ* American World Travel 12773 N.E. 7th AVE. NORTH MIAMI, FLA. PL 1-0591 MIAMI THEATRES Olympic Beach Gables Shores ALSO FLORIDA THEATRES IN Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale West Palm Beach *•*-„•" ;-K or*-? B -t tmim ottoryj Tfrvp wni "urSitn UftO'9 vownwup .voooirnj n co iveir.DVK -IKD .ipijo m vu'P .jyno — in* nxiqrMn^M 6.000.000 ^ JF*^\^ The" fo\ >Jf, %  J LH MANN World's Most Hated Man! inna'-K T*IPK "mm*? ygvrgw re T?'3 •fjrwra un'M DP ^ m n n ;>rtr ej" OMTI itp ^jrt