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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE HWISH WEEKLY
Volume
34 Number 12
Miami, Florida. Friday, March 24, 1961
Four Sections H;ce 20c
AVOIDANCE OF COERCIVE TACTICS'
State Dep't Ignores
U.S. Stand on Arab
Blockade of Canal
HASH IN' '"N fJTA) Th<- State Department made known this
disapprove* the Arab blockade and boycott affecting
._,, ,, has been made on advice of United States diplomat;
Arab -; '*"" ,r"' voidance <>i coercive tactics" to achieve Arab
mt( rnational law
Mapai Has Election Rally;
Golda Meir Backs Gurion
MWfW EFFOirr TO AVOID flfCT/OM
PAGl 15-4
(See Dhahran
Bitter Lesson
In Diplomacy
By Sp*cul Report
NEW YoKK Saudi Arabia's
tcral tion of the United
|-.a'.- Air ] li as< .it Dhahran
-t rates the "futility"
i ati je Xmerican citizen
kip. it was ..- ii< (I here this week
Dr Joachim Pnnz. presulent
I the Amerwi Jewish Congrats
In e.ati i nt. the Jewish leader
lidtat&Vudi Arabian action "puts
IjJBWBil end to one of the
emir in in the conduct of
lineman Ion ign aitair-.
"For years," he declared,
"Amencan i'ntnj of all religi-
Ian faith* have been subjected to
[crude discrimination al tha hand*
f Saudi Arabia. Jaw* haw* been
Included from the country and
[Jewish firms boycotted Our own
Air Forte has been forced to col-
laborate m screening out Jewish
lersonnel to prevent thair assign
I want to Dhahran.
"Public hnstian religious serv-
tot n airmen have
Continued on Page 9-A
+ I"Iin was revealed by John -
Hoghland, li. Acting Assistant Sec
n lary of State lor Congressional
Kelations. m a letter to Sen Ken-
neth H Keating, New York Repub
"ican
Commenting on a Mutual Se-
curity amendment adopted las'
year by the Senate, calling for
the linkage of U.S. aid with re
soect by recipient* for freedom
of navigation and termination of
blockade* and boycott* like that
enforced by the Arab states
again*! Israel and American
shipping trading with Israel,
Hoghland indicated that the State
Department had decided not to
enforce the amendment.
The amendment was not a lav
but expressed the "sense ol the
Senate in calling on the F.xecu
live Department to take action
Hoghland -aid that "baaed "ti
views trom our lieM po-t-. the De-
partment has M far concluded that
efforts to link the Mutual Security
Act directly to the Suez transit
Continued on Page 7-A
H'.Kl SALEM (JTA Although
few people in l-r.nl really believe
that natioi i ections will be held
and desipte the facl thai the ma
iority "i Ihc popula ion is eonfi
dent thai al the la-i minute some
solution will be found to avoid such
|< i tions Ihi Mapai party le I by
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
on Sunday started thi It ction cam
paign.
The first large i tion rally w a
hi Id in i ; enas and was .. Idi.....;
bj Israel's Foreign Minister Golda
Mt :r and by Zalman Aranne. form
i Minister of Education. Although
both <>t ih. speakers were among
ihe strongest supporters 11 Pinhas
I..nun in his !:'-lit with Mr Hen
Gurion, they strongly defended
Ben-Gurion's Premiership in their
-;>i cbes.
The Mapai election campaign
was started following a decision
during the weekend bv lb- -cre-
tariat of the party to cease any
further attempt* to form a coali-
tion government. Premier Ben-
Gurion participated in the meet-
ing at which thi* decision wa*
taken. It wa* amah a si red by
speakers at the election rally in
Tibaria* that Mapai unsuccess-
fully made all possible conces-
sion* re other parties with a view
to avoiding elections which Ma-
pai leaders considered harmful
to Israel in view of the interna-
tional and political situation. The
blame for holcMng elections '.here-
fore lies with the coalition part-
ners.
Premier Ben-Gurion presided
over the Cabinet meeting fi r the
in-: time since he angrily walked
out "t the Cabinet session on Dee.
25. when thi Cabinet approved thi
Ministerial Committee report ex
onerating I avon from responsibil-
ity for th.' 1954 security mishap.
Under Ben-Gurion's chairman,
ship, the Cabinet on Sir..: iy ap
proved a series of amendment- to
the (lection law, Including an
amendment which provide- lor the
forfeiture of a l10.000 bond by
any group which put- up a list of
and dates for elections if ihe li-t
Continued on Page 5-A
DR. NAHUM GOLDMANN
. welcomes merjer
- +
HELL ANNOUNCE MEXT MONTH
Dr. Goldmann Will Decide
Whether Hell Live in Israel
Israel Welcomes Kennedy's
New Peace Corps, Eban Says
CHICAGO peace corps strikes a responsive chord in Israeli hear;- Abba Eban.
Israel's Minister of Education and Culture, declared hen- thi- week
Whatever its fortunes may be it- the anna of implementation, ihe idea
has originality and constructive vision he sail
impulses of voluntary service and pioneering wh
Israel's rebirth." *
it
bast d mi the
.it the heart ol
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr
Nahum Goldmann told a press rnn-
ference her. Sunday that he would
decide al the end of next month
whether he will -tti' m Israel to
take up Israeli citizenship and be
come active in the new Liberal
party b< ing organized by the mt rg
er of Ihe Progressives and the
General Zionists
Dr Goldmann said that he warm-
ly welcomed plan- for the Liberal
party and expressed ihe hope that
there would be mergers Bmong
oth< i parties He stressed that such
i, duction ol the splintering politi-
cal scene in Israc 1 was most desir-
l,li i he ;ti -idi nt "I the World
..i
Zionist Organization expressed
hope that the establishment ol
the Liberal party would influence
the reunion of the two competing
General Zionist Confederations.
Explaining the postponement
of a decision on hi* personal
plan* until after the session of
the Zionist Actions Committee,
scheduled for Apr. 26 in Israel,
Dr. Goldmann said he would have
to study the effect of a decision
to become active in Israeli po-
litics on his positions as presi-
dent of the World Jewish Con-
gress and chairman of the Con-
Continued on Page 12-A
The Israel Minister addressed
a crowded meeting of the Chi-
cago Council on Foreign Rela
lions on the final day of his cur-
tailed American tour on tne sub-
ject, "New State. Mr. Eban
pointed out that events in the
Corgo and elsewhere coniured
the view that new states face 'or
midable difficulties before their
political independence is trans-
lated into a vision of stability
and peace.
ki\ lit in ihe s it
The
pro rtl ai d ucation ol man
.-,,. Humanity needs a new
,.,! |au rtl ution ""i only "i its
llh ii also '! its in-
I, .,! i d -. itual resourci -
This coi -emu-He-- i.i derhes mu h
, t Israel coopt raliot nth other
,,., [hi i i i ly i new na
l (h, Eban addressed
ti | n am mod raisins meeting oi Mali
bined Jewish p
Uter .i 24-houi visit for
courtesy calls in Washing!
, ,, Israel
Virginia Grants Recognition
To Rockwell's Nazi Party
Rli HMOND. Va -(JTA Hii
t \ .ranted legal sta
his week lo (he American Nazi
ol George Lim o '< kwell
\. pen d it lo lawfully incor
n ai lo di busini
Morocco Jews Seek Special Body
pee Mo-he Landau, ol the
^el Supremo Court, will
F'es.do (:, ,he forthcoming
[-: ol Adolf Eichmann in
Justice Landau is
an of the board of
of Technion-Israel
' ol Technology at
i; \p. \t JTA) A resolution
asking the Moroccan Government
to organize Ihe Jewish community
in Morocco into a community
rate from thai of thi
i datum although
lame rights as the
adopted here Monday al I
. oi Moroccan
munities.
The resolution was idoptc
lew i. rmj debate in which
Moslem
oying 'he
Moslems, was
> al th
Jewish I
ted oul ihai it i- an
prror to believe lhal a Jewish con
sistory similar to lhal exislii
t\< -ii ni countries can be a su
n a country with a iheocratic re
?ime Mubarek Bekkai, Moroccan
Minister ol interior who presided al
ihe or* ning ol the congress, left
the h..il immediately after the res-
n|ut ion was adopted apparently du-
satisfied with the res ilution.
The Jewish community ot Cas-
ablanca, largest in Morocco, did
not participate in the congress.
The Casablanca community had
decided not to prtic;pate be-
cause it considered the internal
political situation in Morocco as
inopportune for holding such a
congress. Three members of tne
executive of the Casablance com-
munity who backed the holding
of the congress resigned from
Continued on Page 8-A
| ite The st.de ( nrporation
appr ved an applu a-
v Rot kwell lor a ch rl ihe
ipi : ore a swasl ka i i d
cation to bi
n/. d as a legal company the Na i
party stated its aim as the gain-
ing 11 politic i power m ihe L"i led
Sta es by all li gal mei ns and i 1<
:\, prot esses" and Ihe cducatu n
[thi \ met .i .ni pul
Directors ol me new V'ii
i ipany were listed as Rockwell,
eha nd Scth l>a\ id !;\
i oth i x ngton; and .1 X K< n-
nelh More an, oi Alexandria Both
Kl< xan i a and Arlington are com-
mities in northern Virginia ad-
. t to ., Disti id of Columbia.
Rockwell made known that the na-
tional Nazi headquarters in Vir-
i al and 'r< i
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Honoring Sam Levenson Here Tuesday
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CHAKUS SILVER
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CS, During World War II, he play
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cerned with the mathematical the-
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gasei
Tbll *chievement received the
praise of scholarly groups and
journals throughout the world,
irclud:ng the Russian Academy
of Science. Dr. Gelbart is editor-
in-chief of Scripta Mathematica,
ore cf the most famous journals
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SRVATMH RAPS TV PLANS PAGE U :
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1
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I .. i the Nazi
I A -.'v eral Jews, wine of whom are in Ui
I Rosen, UtmI'i Minister
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that Eichmann had re. f"erd"JhtoK"
attornej luring th trial
I ''in "> his ol Eichmann in rew-
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One Yea- I 5O0 Three Ye*-* S'O 00
Volume 34 Number 12
Mum:. Florida. Fridav. March 24, 1961
7 Nisan 5721
The Day of Dhahran Done
When King Saud was feted in Washington
ce the occasion oi his visit ht:r he .^jN>*S
wingly at the :u:::_= he re i New
: days :e:::e
*
The ruckus developed oui oi the State
D-erartment's ange: with
~i. who refused to sar.ct::r.
aq-
traditional
iam Tzv.r bckertape parade :;: v I
r :::es let clone royalty. Mayoi Wagnei
department declared had embarrassed the
n: zr. cr.d endangered its defense posture.
If New York failed In its diplomatic re-
s:: risibility. Washington end the Eisenhower
.- : .inistation more than made uc for it Bend-
ing backward to the point oi obsequiousness.
] concluded another agreement with Saudi-
A.-rbia for retention of the U.S. Air Base at
Eh chrcn.
The base was long before, and long after
c source of anguish in the hearts of decent
Americans. In the first instance, the U.S. Gov-
ernment submitted to Saudi censorship of mili-
tary personnel there. No American service-
men of the Jewish faith were permitted. In the
M :ond instance, the government OK'd the Arab
restriction against overt religious identification
DCt in conformity with the Mosiem faith.
That these agreements made of lews second
=s American citizens bothered neither the
A: ministration nor the State Department, both
c: whom "explained" the n^d for the Dhahrcn
DOM B) terms of long-range U.S. defense against
Communism. Fact is that an less a personality
then Thomas K. Finletter himeli. former Air
Fcrce Secretary, argued against the need of the
c:se especially in light of the ideologic sce-
nes extracted by the Arabs for its lease.
This week, with little more than a politely-
covered yawn o: boredom the Saudis an-
.".: .meed the sudden cancellation of the agree-
rrcnt The principal offenders in this foreign
policy "strategy" are no longer in Washington
n. But Mr. Finletter In the final analysis was
: cat.
So were millions of decent Americans
everywhere, none of them foreign policy ex-
erts, but knowing in their l-.earts that sccrce
c: principle can never strengthen the nation.
If Dhahran is no more :t is gone at terrible
cost to U.S. prestige to the democratic :
that pieces men and the-' dignity above
diplomacy turned duplicity.
Yeshiva University Dinner
w _.
.-.etive workers in behalf c: V hiva Uni-
versity end its Albert Einstein medical school
1 honor Samuel Levenson here on Tuesday
et eninq.
Mr. Levenson .... ce cited lor
-
5 ,CC-
hip .:. many local causes end for his identi-
th Yeshiva.
The rise of Yeshiva U- Arr.er-
ie Oi higher educat cr. has bee::
"3 75th
tial-
: leminary
i tense
many older and rn
Lversines also fast organized as centers
theological study
VO currently be on -he
undergraduats bevel and nine graduate and
r.ofess.ona! schools ,.:: E.n-
rein med:cal college the nation s f.:st under
visa sponsorship and Stern College for
Women.
The university features an enro'imant of
: COO young men and women pursuing courses
- Jewish studies and liberal arts and sciences,
cr.d a faculty c: some 1,000 renowned edu-
: cttors
The growth of Yeshiva University is mark-
e d in large measure bv the men and women
throughout the nation interested in its develop-
SPRING-TIME IN THE NEAR EAST
Fulfilling a Kennedy Pledge
A somewhat cryptic news report from the
United Nations indicates that the U.S. delegc-
tion has been working behind-the-scenes to
eliminate any possible debate or the Israel-
Arab dilemma during the current session of the
UN General Assembly.
President Kennedy is on record as pledging
himself to work toward an Israel-Arcb rar>
prochement. There is no question that more than
even the best intentions are needed to bring it
orf. Middle East animosities are too deep-
rooted to be assucged by a declaration of prin-
ciples.
Indeed at this point, Arcb unrest ..-. the
crrea goes far beyond tne announced Arab con-
tempt for Israel; to achieve peace would require
settling a host of collateral issues not the ie-cs-
of which includes the Nasser relationsh o to the
Soviet Union
But if the I960 Kennedy campaign pledge
appears naively ambitious when compare
the macmitude oi the problem before it &*
thing is certain: Tne President has taken a -
Step ahead c: his tcher.no indecisive one -
quently uninformed predecessor. Bv recogniz-
ing tne s: B-----a and';t tin -
cance tc the p*: tions ;: n
even weU beyond tne :cn:.nes c: tne M
East V. Kennedy I : fered -ce S Govern-
men! I promise tc the Israel-
Arabce i wen ;- z full-t m
BOtion at the Jnited N
piedge. tponemi
3 -.. .
-

If
Pres.cen -: Ror
of m
tne U the # h an ui
Standableai _-.e one c:
0M n: ^ -" hi cs
-': even r:er-.ve .
But ,t. as tne Amer.con Jew
was led to behev. Mr K
to resolve the brass-Arab conflict oostoone-
ment of debate is clearlv incompatible with the
achievement of that end
m.ent. The South Florida chapter nf Yeshiva
Umversity is one such organized group. And
Sam Levenson will be honored Tuesday as one
ot its leaders.
during the week
... as i Sftf i(
*
J n -. m -m
T WOULO be interest ,
speculate on the attitude of
the Roman Catholic Church la.
ward the Kenne<)> ii
ucation bill if tfce pit>pgj,3| /,
been made by Protei ,-
Prelates as distingui->ifi
Cardinal Cushing. who
th.- invocation at the mausur,,
tii^n emsr\'*'-tnrt pt--
politician Cardinal Sp-
are lone on record iga
federal aid to parochral schoob But now. lesser and greater c
lew than these are pressing for a reversal of the classic Amf
Catholic view in this regard: indeed, the) are willing to endanger
e\en destroy the Kennedy program if they do not get their w.
Wi.nld they have h-.-en as militant were the President defea-
Xovember I th I think, rightly, they would still bt
rhe Al Smttl ns a thorn in the concir
Ihirtj years after the ,
t father* Had Mr. Ke red i statues' ; tc
charge I with b-;: g \
rolled bit
nt's victory, tti ..
Kennedy's eo-religioei>

stant groups that op| m.* Mai
-: : :-
A LISS0N NOT Tf IfAtNtD
THIS APPEARS ALL ght of sevi
ithouc power structure -
thesii Mr. Kenne tj I
convention at the outset
npaign that respect ef in the separation of cb.
state I .n be eon ibie to a practicing Ron a
2 it belies I e presumaoly high chureli regard for thing/ ed.i.
and strengthei s Un anti-Catb ( ipinion that the regard wih i-
solongasthi lucation is Catholic
Such philosophic manipulation >a.i especially -o ir. ..:.
< glected educationa] need But
o th< Cati Ik leaders willingness i
Kennedy proposal a- possible retahation r-r failing to get their
way This :s the kind of reaction strangely, that derives from .. r-ov-
of Strength rather than weakness at least the weakr--
ers have tx'er. complaining in their self-styled rota of I
oritj
The experience L>f Munor Mann in Puerto Rico reveale
about the monolithic power of the Roman Church that th-1
^"athr-Iic can be a.- h<- SUJ If --.eking as anyone else. It i- an
iapp) kssaa lor the church, which threatened Puerto Rirar. &-
massive excommunication and nevertheless failed to prevail ^.
son that ha? perhaps yet to be learned Certainly, there is no
of chastening in America, where the Al Smith nightmare nu> tx BSerc
easil) resurrected than once was Lazaru<: where the ("athphes. I
a minority in the realistic and bitter sense of the word, art far m
a majontv in the real or even political sense, and where the n
the Kennedy victory, made still more =leoder by latter-day reUgiOBS
prejudice, ofiers little cause for manifestations of Catholic doctr
recaicitrance
soeecf of rm mat rwsjtAHou
?HE JEWS WOULD have han-ilevj it all otherwise or w they*
Their organized reaction to the new Kenned> peace corp ii ca>e
- point For rears, Asneriesn Jews have been quarreling abou- \
:--je! The by now benighted Ben-Gunon addre-- befort
" ently, the proeee
the Congress itself the char--- and counter-charges -
-.e Goldmanni the n- unana the Prinzes, the Halprms -
- and other less exalted expre>ion> are pan oil
ful \.i) ah lisputation.
ZiOl ;hout the world, and those r "
particular!} have larg< to stimulate permanent Jew.-- gra-
to ant numbers Precisely here lies t
trati in and most poignant reason for probing the
survival The 25th Congress determined one- ., for all
e problem and to do something about it
That Zionist leaden have suddenly seized on the K-
- j perj r. .- proof of their repealed f. ire in
' TUSalem recently l'art of the Ahyah dilemma lies in '
call) and culturally, to eo ;i
-; motivated to do so (Americar
- la; manelin of their German "*
to flee their fate:
a*, tl out the Jews of A Mora
cling -\ to their Nortl U
^"e these American Ji telhgeni
: -:- .:.
THt DIVISION OVt* SUBSTANCl ONLY
RECOGNIZING THE PRESUMABLE | loes DOt, BOW
' no peas
int in regard th
it to
embers
.
pioa or won
that Jew
as the prefi u rnstivi Ben
n in all its expsdienl
quality Nevertheless expedienc) Is sometimes e;
es evei to pr ward the
though that ma) -> m Or is
' w tpeculati tea directl) to \
paradoxical expedient, winch American Zionists
quantity as a means of resolving th ir
Israel is not righuy a pan of the peace corps horisoi
d> innovation a maneuver bv which thev ma> I
yaltj Charge and send their children to Israel tof
- life Actmg the role of patriotic Americans,
rk ,n the Negev, fare paid by I'ncie Sam both wa>- wits a
monthb wage M boot. That Israel is in no sense of th. & an
underdeveloped, underprivileged, poorly-educated, or ifl-equ
Uon in passionate need of a democratic message, does nut b ither I
(Continued on Paoc 12-A



Friday. March 24. 1961
rJmrisii thrHiTtn
Page 5-A
Iraq Vetoes
Notables Visas
JERUSALEM (JTA) Iraq
| was reported here to have instruct-
ed all of its embassies and consu-
lates to hnr visas to more than 100
well-known personalities because
they had attended international
conferences in Israel.
The Baghdad Radio announced a ,
partial list of the persons to whom
visas will he refused. They included i
a former Nepal Premier, a Singa-
pore education official, a Philip-1
pines trade minister, the presidents
of Teheran and Copenhagen uni-
versities. Nobel prize-winning Brit-
ish atomic ph> sicist sir John
( ockroft, and others.
Mosl of those named took part
In the Rehovol conference on the
role of science :n assisting under-
developed countrie-
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V ishe Dayan. who was Israel's Chief of Staff durina a
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al New York International Airivort via El Al Israel Air-
lines let to begin a nationwide tour on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal. He is directina efforts to solve crucial farm
problems in Israel affecting more than 130.000 immiqrant farm
settlers of previous years, whose farmsteads are still not self-
supporting. Gen. Dayan is shown with Rabbi Herbert Fried-
rr.cr. left, executive vice chairman of the UJA.
Kennedy Tells $25 Million
Credit for Israel Programs
WASHINGTON
dent Kennedy has announced that
I 00.000 redif had been tu-
torized foi I -r..i I by the EXDOrt-
k of Washington to
elopmenl of Israel's
' eredij will cover
i seaport develop
ncultural machinery
Government began
re fr (his line ol
he. Finance Mm-
? visited Washing
Export Import
directors this week
ve the 125.001
credit, it bad received from Israel
; FUjjKestion;. fr projects costing
approximately sis.ooo.oiio. it is
anticipated th.u the balance will be
utilized for additional i idu trial
equipment.
The projects already submitted
covered mainly agricultural ami
industrial machinery and equip-
ment Also submitted w< re under-
takings ir pi act extension- -':
mated al about (3 500 000 I hi i i
line ol credit envisaged som
equipment for the in \ seaport ol
A&hdoJ estimated at abi I
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Golda Backs B-G
Continued from Page 1-A
do"s not obtain one percent of all
the votes. In the last national elec-
tions 12 liMs ,,f candidates did not
obtain this minimum. The Cabinet
decision, which will have to be ap-
proved by Parliament, is designed
to discourage a repetition of such a
development.
The Cabinet aisn f.scussed the
strike of the high school teachers
which entered Sunday its third
week About 1.500 teachers are in-
volved in the strike which was pre-
cipitated by the demand for higher
wages Levi Eshkol, in his capacity
IM chairman of the special min
isterial committee dcalinc with the
problem, reported to the Cabinet
on the arrangements which the
Ministrj of Education is making
for holding final examinations of
tiHH) high school seniors hould
strike net be settled before
the end of the term. About 25.000
students m the lower classes are
also affected by the strike.
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Pcge 6-A
rJenist fkridiar.
Tr.dcy. March 24. l$i
Revif z Named Chairman of Inaugural
Dinner for Israel Bond Committee Here
Trussing plans for the Israel Bar Mr.zvah and inaugural din-
ner are (left to rights Dr. Aaron Kahan. newly-appointed direc-
:rr c: the Israel Bond organization in Greater Miami; Maurice
A. Hevite, who will serve as dinner chcirman; and Samuel
Oritt. who served with Jack A. Cantor as aeneral chairman of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee for two veers, and
hew now been named state-wide chairman for Israel Eonds.
Housing Debate To be Televised
n. Jacob K Javits (R-N.Y > and live position, ha.- lone supported a
Sen. Strom Thurmond (D.-S.Car i national policy of non-segregation
debate the question. "Should ir Pr,va,f ;'nri public housing, and
All Federally-Assisted Housing be hi'~ '' l:-h: f,r ;m administration
gregated Site will be tele- ban.on any Federa> agency per-
statii \V( KT. ch 7. on r,1',t'n- i:" funds to be used on a
p.m. Joint project where local or state
T, -_, ,. officials attempt to segregate fa-
The rogram. originating in New cilities in whole or in part
-: s part of NBC's series. "The <- Th h
- Future." and John K M J* ThurD,ond- who "ill argue
afferj will be moderator Ihe B***,lv <** '"" >"P-
p*.'r:t-r oj tht conservative Southern
Javits taking the affirma- position in civil rights.
CommunityAvidt Israi I !;.>:'
vi i ner wer
laun< hi S inday night by tht
Gr ati r Miai Isri
mittee tl th( appointment i:
Maurict A
n
s made at
lor the Is

Mr ': r !
Laki
: tevitj
man of nitt
I -

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. k \ antor ol
till I
Th< Mitzval
dinni i take placi Ifc'i
day evening May 17, at the F< n.
tainbli au h( t I
In accepting chairmanship of
the dinner, Reviti pointed out
that the event will be the oc-
casion for a two-fold observance.
It will be Miami's official cele-
bration of Israel's Bar Mitivah
year, and it will mark the official
nauguration of the new leader-
ship of the Israel Bond com-
mittee.
Friedland will be installed
chairman the Greater Miami
Israel Bond committee Cantor will
be n.-'. ::. d a> chairman of (hi
board 0f governors and Oritl i
State chairman | the Israel '
organize;.c r.
PreaMM fi Temr> Menorah.
Rt vita has | artieipated in nunier-
iuinity and civic
,.i th iti< -
Hi .. mi mb< r of B'nai R'nth.
: | ..> Harbor
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H &
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at N';i lospital in
[y. family
re > i d i His
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. > p Mei
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Mi atti Hel
r Chicaeo, he
versitj of
D'. Aaron Kahan, newly ap-
pointed director of the Israel
Bond organization of Greater Mi-
ami, was officially welcomed to
his new post at the board of
governors dinner Sunday night.
He incicated that plans for the
on the banquet table

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Friday.
March 24 '.961
+Jenist Fkri-fiw
P3ge 7-A
State Dep't. Ignores U.S. View of Blockade
Mrs nie S turns over her gift to So! Goldmc:-. aa she
estabLi tea Lha Shmut-I and Fruma Mile of Freedom Road."
Beach Woman In JNF Gift
v: ... meer work- th*-n Palestine, ant the wardship,
-,. together privation, hunger and I tease that
kith he; iiisbanJ, late Samuel the and her fellow Chaluzim en-
ind pnilanthro- dured during those >arly days in
ucagj an I Miami the beginning of the Jewish state.
lint Jewish National The new project mil be known
i It*. 3tee : the call as the "Shmuel ind Fruma If tie of
\ it it" JNF b) Freedom Road
1 Freedom ------------------
Continued from P*ge I A
question would >nl> ntensif) the
verj tradi and tr insii restrictions
which we all hope to j elimi-
nated, while .a the same time play-
ing intci the nan I Commu-
nists bj exacerbating Middle East
tensions."
When the State Department no-
tified it- diplomats in Arab states
oi the Senate amendment, "our
field posts stressed t^iat linking 'hi'
transit and boycott q lest ions di-
rectly with assistai u ler the
Mutual Securrt) \ | tuld ad-
verselj affect over all United
States int rests w th i1 i \\ ancin?
the principles il the
amendment." Mi il tghlan I w
Notv thstanding these
1 State Department
weighed" how the amend-
ment "might best ipplied on
each occasion when : ils for
significant ne assistance were up
for consideration." he indicated.
adding however, that the Depart-
ment in each ease based its policy
on the views of the V S. diplomats
in Arab states and decided not to
implement the amendment
San. Keating, commenting on
th* Department's letter, cited
President Kennedy's pledge to
implement the amendment and
said: "If the President has
changed his policy since his an-
nouncement last summer. Con-
gress most seek new means to
guarantee freedom of the seas
when the Mutual Security bill is
considered this year.
"We must not let this matter
die Sen Keating continued He
-aii he was "disappointed *) learn
the Sta'e Department appears de-
termined not to carry out the will
of Congress as expressed in 11
freedom cl is amen Imet
He found it "distressing thai
Secret a r\ it State "appar-rtl
does not stand back of the exp! I
written promise made by the Pr ;
ident" and called on Mr. Kennedy
to insist that the State Uepartm |
follow his announce! policy ml
iue.
Rogozin Tells Why He Slows
Further Investments in Israel
NEW YORK FT \ Isr II
i me i
trialisl and a lea i
vestnr in Israel, issue
here this leek lecis-
ion to defer further investments in
Israel and to postpone h:- moving
to Israel for permanent settlement
there
"It is a change of mind not
a change of heart," re declared.
He said he had decided to change
his plans to settle in Israel now
even though he had already sold
his home in America. He was
deeply disappointed, he explain-
ed, by the lack of receptiveness
to his continued plea for a sound-
er approach to the encourage-
ment of private foreign invest-
men.
He stre?
f ho
Id bi i
[srai i
ecoi
ind protectn
: v.
he could indue pani
::il to participate in similar
vestments in Israel, he p >inte I
Rogi sin said he strongly I I
that Ihi lime had i cine for [sra i
to move away from joining forces
with manipulator- and promote .
to make a "fasl buck Until
views fall upon more receptive
ear> than a; pre-ent he was
willing to expand his investm : <
in Israel. Rogosin said He em
phasized that hi^ decision was by
no means final
in Free
nea talent
it- this "liv-
: Visit to
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vJenist fkridFter
Friday, March 24.
1961
Toynbee Explains Stand to Judaism Council
1 he Fo i: Questions, answers to which reveal the origin and
earning of the Seder, will be asked by Shelley Grossman, 8,
during Seder services al National Jewish Hospital at Denver
en Mar 31. The traditional Je\\:sh feast, which ushers in the
: sover, i<5 marked with the serving of foods syrr.'-olizir.c the
erp.ess of bondage ir. Ecy-pt, the hardships of the Exodus,
c J joy at fincl deliverance.
Moroccan Jews Ask Government
To Form Special Organization
Continued from Page 1-A
ership in the community.
They wre Marc Sabbah, vice
t siden); David Azoulay, secre-
1iV general; and Max Loeb, an
occutive member. Meyer Oba-
c president of the Jewish com-
irtnlty, and former Minister Dr.
L ti that the congress be post-
pcred.
'< n uton prop ising
i i lishi ii i by the Governi
i i >i Jewish act
with the central a it
il i .nut :.) .,(i\ ise the Govern
< I problem* and administrative
' ions facing the Jewu
i > wa.- expected to meet
pro* .1 mi the part ot the Gov-
ern ent and with *tn>n;: oppositi in
>e part of Moslems. Jewish
mmunity orgai ins in Moroc-
co have !>o<'.-i limited hitherto to
religii us, welfare and educal
. ctivities
I:-, ; :cr: ir Ministe .: said
Hassan I] ol tforoci o > n
Horoccan Jewrj ..- an in-
f tl natioi h
U -! ..- into th trj M> re
han 250 delegates attei l< I the
h it was n porti I
. asporl restrictions ha I
.\ -. hut ;h
ish families still met with dif-
ties m leaving the countn
By Special Report
PHILADELPHIA Arnold Toyn
bee -aid m a letter released this
week that his recon: criticism of
Zionist Israel actions "are not <'
rected a^ain>t the Jew- and Juda-
ism." He deplored :i il he said
uI'M' Zionism's ant Isra i's
tion of historic Jew ish m iral *tand-
ards He termed it "mischi t
misreprest ntations" : equati .'
daism ith Zionism an ;
all .lew with Israeli actu
If new i rim< s wer' comi
agains Jews. 1 said [si
be ; ; ......- .' .
sidi a- he -
tl i Jew s "were ben i
massacre I i rmana
These obsen al
,i letter to the Vn
for Jud is Dr Toj ibee t i
ally accept i invital to speak
at the i :.. il's 17th inn I
ference a1 the Wan
Phil id May 4 to 7
Harrj Snellenburg, Jr
intown Pa national
chairman, released the letter hi i
He said that Dr Toynbee will ad
dress the Council Saturday eve-
ning, Ma; 6. He will discuss "The
Future <>: Judaism in Western So-
ciety." a subject Dr Toynbee in-
troduced last summer in Issues
magazine tublished by the c'>un
cil
In hi le'ter the hist ri in de
dare i "th il I fin I rays I against
everything that divides the human
race and against every furm of
wrongdoing or injustice committed
by any section of the human race
- any other. I am therefore
hundred percent against racial-
lism. imperialism, co-
i -.: priations, e v i e-
tmr.s. n is ihesi ffenses and
the i<'
" rhe u i in \r.,h- in
!>\ Isra,.- i innot lie
ndoned anj anj other
; 'l me
e els Thi ; ire not justi-
fied b} the fai thai rongs were
>\ uslj I me to Ji in Europe
\ Ar .it- but bj G
r:"s the P
vrabs I > pai 'el-, no di
in the hist irie* of s I h e r
tates bi I, as I -
- i p.e I historic
Is ol fudaism In this
.....pr Hi in irals the Isr
iinly not i r< >ei tativ*
I wid J ish mm
re 'han the Dutch !
h settlers in Africa are
reDres til iti\ e I the D u t c h.
I Ei ish-sp aking peo
pies a> a whole
"It is true that we all bear
some responsibility for the wrong
actions of our kinsmen or co re-
ligionists, especially if we jive
them even a limited measure of
support. All the s.m, ^
3' .9rave wror>q IN
world-w.de Jewish communityy
one were to identify it wirt, '
and a grave wrong to Judaiim u
one were to identify it with z
.sm. These would be msch.evo.,
misrepresentations."
Hem.', he cur:: .
neither for nor i
the British, the Ara
man- or ai j other ;
II crime? against th
be ( imraitted .,
'' ste >untry, I sh
on -he .:.
-| .or:.. ..- th .
tral S are, a- : tec
wroi n, I shall be i
n r i .
the thini I
Toynbei I \-
us do wrong
fore
lgm< nt. Wh
own countrj .- doing
mj dutj at mj : et
against I r i his is n
British; il Is I ing .
The historian lett< i
Thi> has been, and is
towards my feliov :,.
In ng and dea lib.
right and reasonable all i
l can d i no othi
.....'" ni 'f ir i ; i
r< ar Hess f their be.:. .
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Fr]day, March 24. 1961
+Jmisti fk-rHi^r
Dhahran Seen as Lesson in Diplomacy
Page 9-A
Continued from Page l.A -'-- ^,j
s i high and cannot be rtplaeed.
ol domestic fair employment prac-
tice laws on 'h^ excuse that anti-
Jewish job discrimination is ne
sary to satisfy it- partner, the Sau it
the Arabian American Oil Com- Arabian government.
jUM a. .... DhaH ,:<..rnn. t ., ,...... ^ ^^ ^ ^
"Catholic chaplains have been by the New York Court of. Appeals a*a,nst Jews Dr. Prinz declared: Arilhja has hppn :h,; difnil ,
barred from Hearing their religious ordering a hearina of charo* t "There can no longer bo even a so is our need to submit to rta-
vestments and even [rom wearino >,.. *.,._ > vi'>"s?e of reason for permittin" tional humiliation an.I the deliber-
icar. Jewish Congress that ,\ramr0 to persist in its violation ate i isregard ol our local law."
m wearing
cross on their
PH-.I" GOIMHN
Men's Club Will
Hecr Attorney
the insignia of :h
military uniforms
I). spite these repe ited affronts
to the mtegrit} of American citizen-
sh'P' vernmeni has continu-
ed lo placati ap| ,! mollifj
Saudi Arabia in every | ,\.,y
I this p ilicj has now
proved trarj a<
tion ol Saudi v .. endins the
m agn i :. i i stea ,:
vi luntaril) abandoning Dhahran as
' '"'" in I prim iple, we
in effeel being expelled by
the v him : ^ra rulers "
Dr Prii i lallenged thi view
thai the Dhahran ba>e was ol i
import am I i the l
States He i te I .. statement by
former Air F o rce Se< r<' irj
Thomas K Finl -tter to the \.i
Washington Congress in June, 1957, on the
I \ president waue ol the tase Mr Finletter
: Jew wrol
- v PPear in There ha- been much unfounded
i j um meet '.,1k about the ssity ol
the Dhahran air! i Id to the in-
< iub will be ''".'~ "' ,ht' l ":U''1 States. I
. ,|. ,. think I am n aware of the
. /,, rtance ol the base structure
I emplc "! '"' A;r frc '":i1 I cannot
tooj, and : :',J< an> one
' ih as Dhahran .- vital .
he
. ni m shap
ol.....ite
I ition of M
ol \ er 300
the i nited
ted with
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V mblj .it
"I do not believe that the need
for the Dhahran air base in any
way require* us to sacrifice the
principles in which the American
people believe. I think, in short,
that the value of the Dhahran
base is relatively small and that
if can be replaced, but that [ne
value of the principle involved is
Mayor Manager To Get Trcphy
The trophy, which arrived this
eeh from Washington, I) C is
awarded in recognition ol the com
Ki ., Huh
!:. te will
on behalf ol
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teautificaUon nM civic efforts tor Miami i
> leoa Fri beautflcation and is .pon-orpd by
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* Jen 1st fkridh^r
Friday. March 24. l$j
Brandt Asks Jews to Help 'Untainted' Germans
By Special Report
NEW YORK Mayor WUly
Brandt of West Berlin appealed to
wcrld Jewry to help a generation
oi young Germans untainted by
Nazism find "a n e w beginning"
and not permit "the sins and de-
relictions of their fathers" to bar
their way into the family of free
nations.
Brandt delivered his appeal I i in
audience of Jewish c mmunit)
leaders at the Theodor Herzl insti-
tute here. The Institute hilt
education division of the American liners who without
taj .mother broi ..{ piper
IS lid their parent-
Mr. Brandt c id not excuse the
-' istika smearing incidents that
took place in Cologne an i other
German cities at the end of 1959.
but he said it would he a "grave
mistake" to pass Judgment ^n an
entire nation because of the actions
of a fev hooligans "whose attitude
stems more from an irresp msible
spirit an 1 immaturity th in
- :: ius political motive Ii
nor by restitution and indemnifi-
cation." "Nothing could be more
wrcr.g," he added, "than wishing
that the years of the brown terror
did not exist and that one could
start again with German history
in the year 1932. The National
Socialist pasi does exist. It has
to be recognized and borne. Chil-
dren and grandchildren have to
ceme to terms with that heritage
as well as possible."
case Br in Ii remarked:
;he fad that ne oi the worst a.i-
I and will be put to trial has
.*-/* with the development ot the
leral Republic lust as much or
just .is little is if he had never
lisc -' i
rig .. ifl he : h ,.. ( .
w en faced b\ 15 .. B .
Zionist Council, bears the name of
the 19th Century Viennese journal-
ist who established the concept of
modern Jewish stat< h od Ii
Mr Brandt's first appearance be-
fore a Jewish organization since ar-
riving in the I" S
In an address unsparing in its
condemnation of the "terrible
crimes which have been com-
mitted egainst millions of Jews
in the name of the German peo-
ple," the youthftl mayor who
fought Nazism throughout the
war asked for trusl in a poet-war
German democracy in which
"National Socialismand I want
to emphasize ithas no longer
any political base."
He described the young genera-
tion that became the inheritor of
this experiment in German democ-
racy as "critical, sober, without
any illusions" and the frenetic ro-'
manticism that once inspired the
"1.000-year Reich" as part of a
dead German past
Young Germans, listening to re-
cordings of Hitler's speeches, said
Brandt, were prone to smile in dis-
belief that an entire nation could
have been mesmerized by such
hysteria "These young people." he
declared, "would not follow so
ling ..ju |
Rabbi April in Review
i
Rabbi Samuel April, of Coral
Way Jewish Center, will review "A
Faith for Moderns." by Robert
Gardis, at a dinner meeting of the
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B'rith on Tuesday at Lindsay Hop
kins hotel dining room Dinner
will be at 6 pm the regular meet-
ing is at 8. Miss Ruth Jaftee is in
charge of dinner reservations The
book review is open to the public. I
MORE PEOPLE USE
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diabetics ovrrotijkti wid'o '
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RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK
and RABBI CHAIM BIALIK
STRFirS
Thy World': Finest
MATZOS
EGG MATZOS
MATZO MEAL
ther n in im-
pressive a n d
gainst anti Semi
ism
helming
1 ritj of y tung Germ ins Brandt
conten ed, is exemplified by the
mass pilgrimages each year to the remberg Since then, he pointed
grave of Anna Frank and by the out. Nazi criminals have been syste
increasing number of German youth matically snuffed out of hiding and
who annually visit and work in Is- prosecuted b) the Federal Repub-
rael under "Operation Atonement lie. often with more severity than
the International Military Tribunal
While en) ing th il Germany
\ er be "chemically free oi
inti Semitism. Bran i: contended
an itbre toils*' (the
istika incidei I not neces-
He pr n tun ed the post war d -. sign of a new
ning but rath I irm ol
tody." Pub-
liscussion 1 iblem in
Kpiated lern i I e past two years
: i tad 1 luce I .1 11
e >: \ i .' manifestations
N ired, can undo
1st; this is 1 simple but
ile truth u
tast does
have an ither We can
i< inly in the present time
.1
b cause the) at ted : >
ge by t rmal yardsti a
that
ratio
Gern l fiat natioi
id 1948, was
interested 11
I p ital ies and a sack f coal :han
111 the Nazi leader- on trial in Nu-
Germany's crimes against the
Jewish peoole, the West Berlin
mayor reiterated again and
again, coold neither be forgotten
nor forgiven "not by good will
and with the wholehearted appr n .1
of the majority of the German
people
In his only allusion > the Etch-
Mr. Brandt, who attended the
I5?h International Congress of
Cities and Communities in Israel
last November, described his
visit to "that young, brave state
which sprang up from the sea of
blood and tears in the old land
of the Jewish people" aa one of
the "strongest personal exig-
ences of post-war times -,
characterized the attitud? of
young Germans toward lsr* 4l
one of "deep respect" egende-i
by admiration for its pio.iet- -,
spirit, its determination to i
toin itself and the recog.-vue*
that "Israel stands in the n~.
camp we do in our preset*
between East and West."
He scored the "fOBCtionar
the Soviet Union' for usin$
rip to incite the Arab com
- Germany but oth >r
framed from taking anj
position on the Arab I- .
Communist*occupie |
Berlin, Krandt had onlv
\ irds He accus I the R
gime of agitating against I F 1
eiai Republic I. h n I
reen of anti-fascisl
'.. e "quite .1 numb- p
-1 r\ed the '. > ir I
ci linued to occupy inl
ns in the puppet stal
Di c at ing thai Easl Germ
Ii 1 Ifastl) refused to gr in
tlition of any kind li its I
Jewish inhabitants. Brandl .
it i~ certainly no eoincidcn
the number of Jewish t tl >.
/i'ii> has fallen in the Si \
to 1.500 while we haw .::
Berlin and the Federal R
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Friday. March 24. 1961
Jf nist Fkridiam
Face 11-A
Cancer Types Divide on Religious Grounds
oily affair when the Frar.tz twins. Jeffrey and
sistei Melissa. 6. arrive at Mt. S :....
nails removed. Looking on at
*. use Schieiber and mother. Mrs. Lee.
No Miami.
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Bible Contest
Slated Sunday
step in thf National
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m Greatt r Miami will
i" .i in jt the
l( a -r. Education build-
three represi
. ompeUng schools will
m itu n exanunai.
u inners oi the diatr 11
then comi i ti in a re
in Miami on Sui
: I pii ntati\ i from
Una South CaroHna
: i -i e, Alabama, Ax-
Mississippi, Louisiana,
v oa and o'hrr sec
: Florida to determine the
uill enter the na-
il New York City on
nents for the South
i ontesl are in the
.... Bureau of .'> w
* .;n Louis Schw art?
Post-Bar Mitzvah C/css
y c u i
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h> .Rabri Al Levitan at Mi
Hebn
':.-..
Membership Drive and Dance
^ membership dmi by th< I ...
Social .- .., ,. ..
rtj r ungl< adults
Saturday night al ,

man. ext cu!iv< directoi -t
atonal (i.r et r
Nations] 1 lest u
i m of
I lion ':*k. \
I '. -
Bibli Sdcjttv
\: A \ rk_ ,-TA -There are
- if. lamer death
''' Protestants, Catholics
and xew York, but th< r.
' r' ~ differei c< between
Jcwi and no .'. if in ;ri, types i
' i uffei i
'''' in ... i
art .-;,

J "' 'kin.spi -..-,
L'niversity M
-.

g cancers ol the
" lar tvpi
On the other hand, Jews o>m.
ensfra-e greater susceptibility
than crotestant$ or Catholics to
cancers 0* the large intenstine
k'dney, brain, thyod, blood (Itu-
kemie) breast (among males
and livtr and pancreas (among
females..
; ries that
:' m,::, r less cer
non-Ji wish womi i
has 111 attnl uted to the
-: lt : i I..... circumcisi.
I i finding that Jew-
lung, thr<
ancer has been at-
: : 'ted t< th< bi In; that J< ws
us< less i tobai
Th skin -r< cialisl said medical
< cs not know why Jews
should suffer more trom cancers
; arge ii stint brain and
thyn .d and U <~ from >kin pros
''< cancers Dr NewiU's findings
firmed thosi of his Harvard
cher. Prof Brian McMahon, who
> "i cancel
New Y< rk City in I
N< ind thai with
: >' p groups there were no
differences as to incidence of can- twecn Jews and non-Jews except
cer between native and foreign- to not, that the Jewish group..'baa
victims. He declined to spec sow homogeneitj of experience
hi meaning of the differ- that is meaningful in terms of can.
types of cancers as be- cer n talitv."
Radio Outflanks Teacher Strike
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The United Kasruth Association Of Greater Miami
\ tends Wishes J-or &4 *J*>*ppy &4nd\Jiosftcr J^assever
~o United Kashruth Aaaociation proudly announce! its
d services to the Jew:.-.-. Community .r. behalf c: stash
-'.-.. No sacrifice is spared le guarantee the Koshex ronsumei
-..ahest standards oi KASHRUTH without add::.;-i. lax-
i :o the pubUc. A highly ed ttafl .-: MASHGICHIM
"Olre regular inspections, under the Buperviaion c: the eminent
"-.-a- authority. Rabbi Tiber H. Stern nil "ed
:~r. DIN.
HYMAN ZAIDMAN PreaideW
NORMAN KAPLAN Vic* Preaident
HERMAN DALE. Chairman of the Board
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MESSAGE BY RABBI STERN
le: rr.e assure tht Jewish community of Greater Miami that your purchases
the following establ ahments are guaranteed as Kosher, and the services as
re... I have volunteered my time and authority to their cause because of
seep conviction oi their sincere desire to safeguard the institution of Kash
i in Greater Miami. I hereby extend an invitation to all re'igious individuals
- organixationj to su] port ihia cause, in order that cur aim to establish an
r.ocox Vaaa Heir shall cecome a reality.
res: Wishes (cr a Happy and Kosher Passover
RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN.
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Your CJA Leaders: 1961
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
HARRY DIAMOND and HENRY GILBERT: No 33 in a Series.
Two CJA chairmen who
have been selected for rec-
ognition this week possess
the kind of leadership quali-
'.....
HARRY DIAMOND
ties that can be found in any
successful fund raising cam-
paign or business enterprise.
The attributes of initiative,
dynamism, and .-alesnianship
are some ol the factors which
make Harry Diamond and
Henry Gilbert stand out in
the current CJA campaign
As co-chairmen of the In-
surance Division, they have
functioned smoothly and or-
ganized th(..' volunteers w< 11
They were directly responsi-
ble for substantial results in
their division.
In fact, al a recent rep rt
meeting they announced that
the work oi the Insurance
Division was nearly 80
cenl completed. with 1961
pledge- running about -5
>. rcenl betu i than last y< ar
Harrj D ami nd has 11 i
ed the CJA li surance Divi-
sion sim :
membership from yeai
year, and infi
ers w.th much ol his spirit
and drive, He is a m<
of Beth David Congregation
and i> active in professional
and trad* associations.
Henry Gilbert was CJA
chairman of the North Miami
Division in 1957 and 1958. be-
fore swinging over to the in-
surance group He is a mem-
ber of Congregation Yehudal)
French Film
Will be Seen
THE WEEK... IS I SEE II
Continued frorr P 4-A
Zionists one bit, who indeed con-
sider the peace corps a test for
the persuasive r?w"efs of the
movement to coerce youngsters
into contributing to the dishoi
rtion of the peace cons"
t igbest purposi
Perhaps, then, tne assumpti m
was wrong Perl i after all.
the Jews t hai le other-
wise. IN rh ips |j the sub-
stance of issue i i r m h.< h
Jews and Catholics divide. For
in their peace corps suggestions,
the Jews emharrass Mr Kennedy
as urely as do the Catholics who
insist on parochial school riders
to the federal aid to education
bill.
This is sad :oi inc Pr< si ent's
' New Frontier," of which 1 am
thus far an only mildly disappoint
i nthusiast It especialb sad
for the spiritual int< grit> ol Zion-
ism, of which l am an ai
kinsman.
HtNRV GILBERT
Moshe, sen ing on the hoard
ni dire< tors, and laki i
interest in civic, social and
. activith -
In Diamond and Gilbert,
CJA has two vigorous lead-
ers who believe in setting the
pace Furthermore, through
their devoteii efforts, they
have forcefully manifested
that there exists a para-
mount responsibility of a
businessman to h;s own com-
munity, to its institutions.
and to CJA.
Rabbi Iwitman to Officiate
Rabbi Nathan Zvvitman will con-
duct services at 6:15 p.m.. preced-
ine the annual community I'as
I over Seder of Tifereth Israel Con-
gregation. 65(iO No. Miami ave..
ion Friday evening. Mar 31. Cantor
! Al Shaft, assisted by Mrs. Pauline
Querido. will lead the children's
choir.
The French film. The Crucible."
Used otythe play by Arthur Mil-
' ler. will be shown at Temple Beth
1 Sholom on Wednesday evening.
Mar. 29. as part of the Temples
adult studies program.
The film features Simone Signo-
ret and Yves Montand. with F.ng-
Ish dialogue, and an introduction
by Jean Paul Sartre.
' The sponsoring group is the
world affairs committee of the
Sisterhood and Brotherhood and
the adult studies committe'e of the
board of education.
Mr~ Alfred M Mamlot is chair-
man, and serving with her are Mr
and Mrs David Drucker. president
of Brotherhood and vice president
ol Sisterhood respectively; lira
Harvej E. Kramer, president ot
Sisterhood; and Mrs. David Mus-
kiit. Of the board of education.
The program starts at 9 p m .
and is open to the general public.
iiiereth Israel Sisterhood
Nomination of now officers and
a membership fashion show will be
included in Tifereth Israel Sister-
hood's meeting Monday evening at
the Center. 6500 N Miami ave.
Will Goldmann
Live in Israel?
Continued from Page 1-A
ference of Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany.
Dr Goldmann said he -aw good
chances for settling the question
of the Jewish Agency chairman-
ship in New York by either rota-
tion of. the po^t or by having only
an acting chairman with himself
1 as chairman. He expressed the
1 hope that former Premier Moshe
Sharett would accept the chairman-
ship in Jerusalem or that he would
at least continue as top coordinator
, and presiding member of the
' Agency executive.
The world Zionist leader that he hoped to reach an agree-
ment on the composition of the
new Agency executive m Jeru-
salem without special difficulties,
possibly before his departure next
week for the United Jewish Appeal
Consolidation Loan Conference in
New York The conference, be said,
will decide on converting sepi
I".ins of more than 50 Jewish com
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consolidation loan
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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDIIN
Jewish Agony
Is Transfigured
Into Literature
THE LAST OF THE JUST. By Andre Schwari-Brt.
Translated from the French by Stephen Becker.
374 pp. New York: Athenaum. $4.95.
This IS literature. The praise which swelled
into the Prix Goncourt. Franco's highest literal-)
award, has already thundered across the Atlantic and
sent "The Last of the Just" into its eighth prinl
since October. With all the faithful irony of the Ka I
dish, with the torture.1 perseverence of the Sh'ma
the book is itsell a prayer, and like manj Jewish
prayers, it is often difficult to tell who really is bein
praisedGod in His infinite image, or man for kit
ing Him. After all the works of martyrology w
have come out of the Nazi hell, this is the only on*
which looks past the enormou> tragedy to a -
larger vision: it is the only one which integrates the
individual moment of five years massacre into tw
thousand years of Jewish history; it is the only 01
which asks of man the same questions it asks ol God
The Last of the Just"' is a work of art. beautiful
and powerful; when all the others are Ions forgotten.
It will still stand.
The book is rooted in the legend of the Lame I
Vov Tzaddikim the thirty-six secret saints upon
whose piety the world depends, for "if just one
them were lacking, the sufferings of mankind would
poison even the souls of the newborn, and humanity
would suffocate with a single cry Usually, they are
unknown, sometimes even to themselves, but in
Schwarz Barfs recreation of the legend, the martyr-
dom of Rabbi Yom Tov Levy in 1185 was particularly
unbearable to God. and the Eternal, in his pity,
blessed the Levy line with one l.amed-Vovnik in each
generation. The first part uf the book is a chrono-
logical catalogue of the miseries of the Levy Just
Men. most of whose deaths "filled everyone's expec-
tations;" it is a capsule account of Jewish perse-
cutions, from land to land, from generation to gen-
eration.
Then Ernie Levy is born in Germany, a tiny
child raw with sensitivity, who achieves his first
anguish in a scene which echoes the original distor-
tion of the crucifixion stor) In B crucifixion game
with his Christian playmates Ernie, unable to speak
the order to kill as the children want it, is bea
bloody by them "It was says Schwarz Hart.
year 1933 after the (...... 'esus the bi
herald ol impossibh? '" e
As relationship l
Ei nie I
bco m loler
remote In a SCd
ite
his bodj survives S .......
to i the annihilat
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mitl '
he i to real Ms
Paris 1 seek his I
The resl is the time, as
his bel<
her gas cha bet
son to carrj G
roun led by chil Irei
believe.! tales of H
The translation
OUtcrj its re;: '
nle compassi< i nj ol the Jewis
is transfigure I Fi r to l estion \\;
asked two milli ni the question burn i
burning down through thi he eternal Why"
Andre Schwarz-Barl returns l ansvi r with
we live, have faith and shall
Because

ANDRE SCHWARZ-BART
. "Because"
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s .-, Be Cl The Lord P
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from Hollywood:
HERBERT G. LUFT
Marlene Before Lens
n Hollywood
jjARLENE oietrich. appear-
W ing for chanty last Chanukah
has now been cast tor quite a 111
ferent role rn Stanlej Kramer's
forthcoming motion pic'.ure "J
ment at Nuremberg' Miss
rich will portray the widow ol a
,;e:man G tu :a! execut i by
earlier i to test
to protect his h soldi 'r
| to foil v. ; I -
irous Marlei
[am
self da.....
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n refusing I rel
renia I i
s
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Eban Has Not Lost His Touch for Eloquence
tfujftj Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
Bonn Sharpens its Eye
w
UNITED SATH NS
5T GERMANY IS now paying
- ad as
, fronts. Miss 1
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Miss 1
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stating I ....... me to foi V
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,, afention to the resur-
ssible ramifications ol ub-
, irding to an official
sESC > nite I Nations Educational.
e and Cultural Organisation
currently being stu< ied here. But
-and this point h.i- been noted here as
sianificant-the report shows that Germany use;: -
,ving neglected anti-Semitism and the Hit
ler rei rd in regard to anti-Semitism for far too long a
T_ ,-., presented to the UN's anti-bias
n prevention of Discrimination i i
. irities, which is now holdmg its an
........ ,b session \ ye ir ago the subcommissi i
. ,dy, as a result ol the
jtiks m arings and other anti-Semitic mai I
b> the -i< secration of the Cologn -
Eve 1959. Now the UNESC
alated is an i fficial document b) Seer
. Hammarskjold.
;-. repori cites two unimpeachable witnesses to the
. tna, German ition has neglected the subject
semitism in the schools, "the only places where ,
systematic effori could have been made One ol tn
, e German Republic's Minister ol the Interior.
,ard Schroeder He, according to UNESCO, "ackn
... that young people In Germany are Ignoranl f the
He rebuts the charge of negligence le\
Federal authorities." calls attention "to the I
ficultiej faced bj teachers in teaching historical and
tlca| but also concedes that -many teachers
have failed in their duties
Somewhat more forthright than Dr. Schroeder is the
econd l the witnesses. Dr Eduard Orth. Minister ol E
. | ,n md Cultural Affairs in the Rhmelandl'alati; I
This educator says UNESCO, speaka of "indifferem
,11 will" on the part of German parents. In other words,
perceptive readers of the UNESCO report here point
the German parents-many of them former Nazis then
jelvel >r at leas: Hilling tools of the Naziswanted "i;
entire'subject of anti-Semitism swept under the rug
Not Only were the teachers and the parents at fa
educators on the highest levels were also culpable 1
men who supervise education, and determine what is i
go Intoor be left out oftextbooks, had failed to anal)
in erlying cause- ol anti-Semitism. UNESCO goes n
i repon about some sample surveys which showed
Sixtj >i 226 pupils 12-to 16-year-olds at one Germ3
,1 ., i :. vei heard ol the persecution of the Jew -
Onlj a quarter knew that Hitler had ordered their B

v iilother school nl) one in three of '.'
I iVyearold ''
..... i hand, a
lews had k Seventy*
it the Jews
moral ti
B?fA?en You and Me:
BORIS SMOU*
THE UNITED NATIONS has no lack
of orators. It may be said even to
be an assemblage of orators. It is, there-
fore, the greater tribute to Abba Eban
that when he left his United Nations
post two years ago. it was felt that that
august body had lost one of its prince-
of oratory.
Mr Eban has been busy at very'
practical things-taking care of the schools of Israel in
his capacity as Minister of Education. But that he has not
lost his magic of eloquence was demonstrated by his
speech at Miami Beach, where he captivated the 2.000
delegates attending the Israel Bond conference with word
and wisdom.
In the two years Eban has been away from our midst
a lot of things have changed The Israel Bond parley
marked the Bar Mitivah of Israel. Everyone at the con-
ference was aware of that, for the only way to get to the
dinner to hear Eban was through purchase of a new $i.3
Israel Bond especially for this year.
Israel, said Eban. is no longer the youngest of the
nations. The pa.-t year has seen the Ml vg
independent nations than any previous >-y
How does that leave Israel?
F.ban attempted, t i peer into al bail ;:. isked
whether the heroic age of Israel was over whether nor-
mality with all its limitations is now our lot?" 'Will
Israel's history." he wondered, "henceforth be played in a
lower key after its incomparable thunder f >Ut I r-
decade?"
We rather like the simile of a nation tj i musical in-
Itrument. Anyway, most Jews will hope that Israel will
play sweet mu-ic in the future, and Mr Eban offered
reassurances on that score Moreover, he .,> Israel
developing into a scientific and intellectual resserv:r
from which all of humanity will draw
There is much to bolster this theory The Je* las
great respect for learning. Scientifically, Israel is airea ly
a unique phenomenon in the East. Further. Mr. Eban
foresees the project for the development of the and Negev
becoming "a pilot plan" which will influence the future
development of all the new countries of Asia and Africa.

A Slick Arab Machine
S' = N!VE EFFORTS I
; .
At th
v. students in Amer u
I f them v
pagan la ma( i
v. ,- African tu l<
. em th ai ti Isi <
.. .: that thi >' l 'v hen I
. vrab ;. .ague which iperates "Informati >o C
- : Sew York and in othei American cities
N all tne anti-Israel and anti-Jewish propaganda
ooducted bj these 'centers" is being dissemini
Vrabs; part ol ii is carried through American citi
newest addition 11 the Arab League "Informati in Cei
-' is the office ipened m Dallas, Tex winch opera i
>n a $65.1)00 budget this sear, serving the South Other,
larger offices are functioning in Washington and Chicago
rhey leek to penetrate with Arab propaganda in
the press, t> arrange lectures in clubs and universttii
i to place speakers on forums of church and civ :
groups They ilso wek to penetrate radio stations with
taped broadcasts and with information" glorifying Naa
a- a leader of underdeveloped countries and attacking
: rael. With the United Nations Assembly now again I
sesi in, Arab propagandises are especially busy in th*
UN lobbies trying to influence correspondents and mJiv
lual delegates of the Afro-Asian countries.
Much of the material disseminated by the Arab prapa-
janda machine is printed in Cairo, However this
,- irted" material is supplemented with pamphlets and
publications prod-iced in the United States by the Arab
League Information Center The 'imported" material
includes slick English-language magazines, published In
Carlo, full of poison against Israel and "American" Bon-
ism
Eichmfw Echo*t: With the Eichmann trial scheiuleJ
to ooen next month, more and more books continue to a>
pear depicting details of Eichmann's role in directing the
extermination of 6.000.000 Jews in Europe The latest
book is "Europe Without Children," written by Dr M.
Dvorjetski, himself a Nazi victim, now residing in Israsl.


t March 24. 1961
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Ben-Gurion Party Renewing
Effort to Avoid New Elections
IV- JTA
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- m ek of ei
pvice to creat<
iti
, \. id new -< n< i.
n I .if lo ti-c i. '.
, tion by Ihe Progress \.
i National Ri
Mai al proposal for a
. lion headed bj Fi
ster Levi Eshkol with
i !>t (ense Minister, in
form, this idea contained
thai after a few
Mr Ben Curion would re

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Even after that ='cv.s.cr ws
dropped by Mapai lha c-cgres-
iva re ected th propesad, as
d-d the Nations Re .91OUS party.
Tr* only remaining possibility
was e Socia's! ccaiiticn of Ma.
pai, Maparr ani Acndot Avodah.
However, the two !e*t.wipg par.
ties warned almos* frcm the start
o' Ihe negotiations, which began
soon after Ben-Gurion resigned
last Jan. 31, that they would not
sarve under him as Prime Min-
ister.
Ministry Exec
Visits State Dep't.
S'GTON (JTA) Haim
n 11< r general ol The 1-
reifZl Ministry, accompanied
. sador Avraham Harman.
a c< urtesj t all on
1 Assistant s< cretary
- Nei r E istem Affairs
h ay ba< k South \nw r.i ,i
Israi h 1 ml assn ai
in Was
Mr. Ben-Gurion. in turn, hod in-
dicated h would nol serv< even
..- Defenst Minister in an ;.:;>,
cialisl coaliti 1
Bilk to set a dati for the 1 |<
tion passed a firsi reading in the
Knesset, Israel'; Parliament, and
plan- t. gar for ai I< ctioi proba-
bly in August, which prom s< ..
be a b i! t r om
Ont if ;he 1. ( rs spun r.f Ma
Bvoi ..: 1 1 F that was
' e, as a report of i
secret ; ...
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sch recently held a the home of Mrs. David Lillian. Rebeccc Weinstein, Samuel Frommer
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cJaI SI"aker- Bernard iCrarnarsky. Charles May. Albert Goodstein. Macksymilian Feld-
Go.dstem. Hyman Ponn, Max Schenck. Sidney stein, and Louis Cohen.
Swedish Nazis in Court for Anti-Semitism
STOCKHOLM JTA Twenty-
yearold Robert Naeslund. Stock-
.-< rrescntativc oi the Swedish
1 party, Sweden's lar est
-- up. and party leader Assar
redssi. wt re on trial here en
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Noted Zionist Disputes Ben Gurion
Alorg with all his other troubles, including the school bill and the
e binese i fflnmuntets and the Russian dog-ln-space and the noxious Men-
wether appointment. Presidenl Kennedy has a nagging persistent prob-
lem which he may never wholly settle l! is the question oi whether
to be a near President or a tar one.
Put-it this way, i.en though President Kennedy himsell may not
think of it in these terms. For me the question was raised again by tra-
it; rt that be President is not wholly satisfied with the press c n I r
rc( ;,.- a way of pleading his legislative cause with the people, and l*fal
he may resort on occasions to the TV and radio fireside chat. It is also
raised whenever he and his adviser.- debate the question ol whether
ht is overexposed to the people.
i gt that he will not be able to answer this question or to make
a decisii r. either about the fireside chats or the televised press confer-
ence until he ha- ::r-: denied how near or lar he wants to be With
lt^pect to the people.
I CAN BEST EXPLAIN this by saung that there are two kind- ol
1. ;.(.i--rnp. one ;> the leadership of distance, the other the leadership
.f c^osene'S. The el'-tunt leadei gets h;- etlect by beins; relatively in
atce-sible, meeting the press rarely, appearing on TV still more rarei>.
reserving hi- appearances so that he can make each one count and be
numerable, letting a legend be built around him The best example
U daj is Gen. de Gaulle.
The close or familiar leader is constant name-and-face stuff He
hits the headlines for every morning and alternoon paper, he s|>- aks
< i very possible occasion, he deal- with matter- large ar.d -mall, he is
<-n first-name terms with everyone. The best recent example was Harrj
Truman.
I resident Kennedy come- closer to the familiar than to the distanl
ant! inaccessible leader. Yet there is enough of a de-ached quality
about him. enough -hyne.-s and reserve, to make him lull between the
two typ s
Franklin Roosevelt built a bridge between them effectively. By
his press conferences and his messages to Congress he kept himsell
constantly before the people. Yet he reserved for a few special occa-
sions hi- radio f;reside chats, when he entered the home- of the nation
with a warmth ar.d intimacy of tone that proved irresistible.
Pre-ii the problem of how to reach the people on particular issues in a more
^Litained and sclemn waybut also with warmth and intimacy.
IT IS NOT AN EASY problem to solve, this problem ol whether to
choose the near or far. or in what proportions to combine them. But
there is clearly one respect in which President Kennedy is oil base. 1
ro*an hi* growing tendency to use the press conlerence as a kind ol
bulletin board for a -tray grab bag of notices Thus at the start oi lu-
last press conference he had no fewer than seven announcements, in-
cluding a plot! tor Rodio Free F.urope. an expression of concern at>out
the lack of schoolhouses lor Indian and Eskimo children, and the sending
of a mission to Bolivia.
The-e are all worthy matters But I suggest that it trivializes the
Presidential press conlerence and fragmentizes the Presidential image
to have him making announcements at this level.
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UNDER A PARLIAMENTARY -y-tem. as in Great Britain, part ol
the problem is solved by having an array of government spokesmen
ar..-wer the questions and make the announcements applying to their
ministries President Kennedy is combining the roles of all these spokes-
men This has 'he merit of focusing on a -ingle man. It has the weak-
ness of making it hard to distinguish between the trivial and the truly
in poriant, and making the Presidential image familiar without being
memorable.
Obviously there are dangers in the concept ol the distanl leader
Gen. MacArthur, for example, used to wrap himsell in a legend oi ins
own making, so that one expected trom him only the earth-shaking
Gen de Gaulle skirts the edge oi this danger, but the difference in de
(,. lie's ;a-i is that his genuine stature as leader sustains the legend
Kennedy ha- a disarming quality <>i (harm which, .
with h youth, keeps him from following 'he grand style of leadership
He is still devi i ling a style oi his own Perhaps he will bi
gh several ol the big battles
bim.ii scl lol-aid bill.
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ONE ADVANTAGE 'hat Franklin Roosevelt had was thai he was
rlearlj a father-image to the people. Thej fell I and hi did Thai
a able I be at once close and somev hal
But Kennedy? Even aside from hi- youth he cannot
i the father, because most people are too awan oi hi- own father
Nor i- be either -on or brother.
In fact, he ,- not a family member, but he is the young champion
who has placed himself al the command oi a formerly straggling and
de moi alia d ban. ol men But to nil this role he must retain a quality ol
distance from day-to-day. And in crises he must know how to rail) his
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WASHINGTON -tJT.V- Rabbi
Philip S Bernstein, chairman .-I the
4 American Israel Public Affairs
rCommittee. this week took sharp
issue with Israel Premier David
Ben Gurion in a s atemenl rebut-
tin Mr. Ben-Gunon's assessment
,,. i ic viati j an luture ol Amen
a i .1- da:sm He also disagreed
with the Hen Gurii it v.ew thai
Amtncan Zioi i- '' ;--li,,i
,, ., : |.-rael He made the
. iti me: I at ihe i i miza ion's .
u..i 11 iere c< Uicncan \< ar
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Rabbi Bernstein maintained in
his statement thai Mr. Ben-Gurion
i as in error about the status ol
American Judaism because it "has
never bet:; in a healthier state than
it is al 'he present time Syna-
gogue have the largest member
ships, the religii i se hools are
i". i : crowded. tl n is infer adult
education ar.d n re cultural activ-
ity than it: the : t;rt historj I I
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At Beth Sholom
Neheimah Mark, well-known
sculptor, gave ., series of talks and
demonstrations of his art al Tem-
ple Beth Sholom on Tuesday and
Wednesday.
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ting, was a Hebrew educator His
work-, done in wood, are based on
Hebrew themi s.
PTA. Sisterhood and Brother
hood Of Beth Sholom sponsored the
programs under the aegis "t Mr-
Harvey Kramer, president ol Sis-
terhood: Mrs Joseph Pard. PTA
president; and David Drucker,
president of the Brotherhood
American Jewry The synagogue
has again become, alter a period
of bumbling competition with .lew
i-h philanthropies, welfare agen-
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the
|V uful iwim luncheon for over 40 women hosted by Mae
jamin Davidson and Lee (Mrs. Sidney) Ohrbach, at
- home on Stillwater dr. i their homes ;,r.' adjoining I
It was eaaj :< separate the visitor- from the native.
Mowners actually went swimming Sporting the
in!:-. .' Jane ..Mrs. Goodman Ace, but onlj a little
Mrs .' .1 Klein from Scarsdale, N V Mrs. Charles
I \l: \l Cooper, Philadelphia
Philipt Smith arrived from Newton II
h so her pallor match) I that of thi
I h istesse* were in to autiful silk
i" tit to her from Ii ing Kong by I
' ;>- i and Siai pink- m it< lung
home Mai outfit I
- cl irtreusi et H nth a iu .:
,

',: im i (ritl was ch
I bodi ...
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itive. attract m b
i Follies wh >m
-
Fenias met
ii n< w Ij form* d club recentlj \
i ... Ztegfel i girl mat :i.,:-
those m n. ed The:.- will I (.,i
: n embers Harr el n itner, Mr- Ger r
as ht n >vie a] I in snows it !>.:
.. ible Bel
that." II irnei was under coi I A
I I w orked, a m othei
Durante
mg be remembered by Ruth G I; .< -
l is a wedding anniversar) tor .'..
l- \ : a us ihe date "! the Hadassah Y \
! .-a past presi lent ot Deborah gr i.
v for Ihi beautiful gold charm with hear:
crown ot mines presented to her b> Mr-
I vice president, "tor outstanding service over a
Ami there was more shi m i
leather bag I pi ie< i I
-' .si ml hosti i b) da i liter I >n in-
!
-
'.. parent: an J
u- Michael Jeffi rj .,-
- ,iii- the .' i.' Ii..
I
. i .; Warners after it years of mai
S hot Mar at Merc) Hosp .ntor
^ ris Mar 12 m the h
u hi Pint Estates Nev fathi r is a
Filmaster Studi is of Hollywo id. Call) pres
l v adventure -i ries l'i '.' nber,"
chell m f :., F i ': lit I irl
i gr i.". I,- .n I Mrs Dat I .. t:j Shi r
i Paterni :- Mr- B
W Mich
\ Go lirey r d\\ idtng her attenl between
| for Susan Rubin, the picture fherd iter,
Sta : ; iren, and th entl nastii I i I irn
ler. Lucille i Mi- i rail
ird F Zahler >'i : :' Leji i rd Coral
new daughter Pamela Gi egg m i
: I- ale Mi ind Mrs. Jos
i i ilumbia, S i'
s ns ha' e beconv irents I t tin
[ phj i 9 at l
Boston, nan
Brown. G n Serl nother
...... parent-
- ii I e Abran Br i i a her is
footb II-
Ju : has been .to epte I at ihe Hi
" Law
- -
, f >r the Serbins when Janel an ns Set
tj Saturda) to mark their 25t mm
ma will 'i h e to sing Happ> Birth :. j to
j Itichai i the long distance phone when iebrat -
New York B\ the ec m !
I ir Chapmans will have another tol

marriage were celebrated b> Mr a.-,I Mrs .' e
ilar 4. with a reception for 50 guests at th< ir b >me. 1380
N'o Miami Beach Here with -Men hter Mar
sbai i Irvin* Waldman, ot New York as well a- son
I'li:: i the Morn- Kat/ of \ Miami Beach
Kati' .. Eurmerl) ol Livmgston Manor \ \.. whi
. This have three grandcht dren and two
l< hildren .
entun of marriage also eelebrated by uinter residents,
Mi Max Horowtii of 935 8 it Miami Beach With them
Kischner Synagogue were nephew Reuben Horowitz, and
:, lents A reception tor the entire
II be held in ihe spring at the Melbourne hole
Ion three -on-, two daughters. .rM'.
!"i joining m the festivities
i I
,r
-
lole rash of anniversaries will be celebrate.! at a bar
home of Mr and Mrs Richard Bell, ol 21*
^ St., on Saturday night For her parent.-. Mr and Mrs
Peretiman. U wllf be a magnificent 82nd feu
ler and son-in-law. the Seymour Cohens the number will u
the Junior Peret/mans. 12. and into the third generation.
Iren Mr. and Mrs. Bob Freedman. lit In addilion to
friends, the Peretzmans will be surrounded by eight <"'
" 21 grandchildren, and eight greatgrandchildren Kesi-
for 4u years, tliev remember Miami when it was a real
*"> 'own For 36 of those year-. Mr P bm owned and
operated the Capitol Furniture Co. They Live ... 1044 Meridian ax-
R. ''!-,< Milton A. Friedman, district pre-i.leni .let! MB"!
,V" -inn, fas! weekend in Washington, m a. a meet g ot
>tional Capital Assn. of B'nai BT.th Lodge., where he CO*
Ctted Presidents seminar ami was convention speaker He U
J? same th., weekend ... GreenevUle. s. Car ler ttaVCaroliM
s,at< Federation of B-nai BTith Lodges annual convention.
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"World
' ]fe\w iislh Floridfian
Miami, Florida. Friday. March 24, 1961
Section 3
Loft to riqht at National Council of Jewish Women's Thrift Shop
ere Mrs. William Brenner ways and means vice preside--
Greater Miami Section; Mr;. Harry Gersten, chairman, N\V 54
s. Thrift Shop; end Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president of NCJW here.
Mrs. Hartz Will
Prepare Seder
\-i r r Mrs
Hartz Beth Da\ i Synag ig i>
er have bi -
mous
ir the 31st cot
yeai 10 0 "
will prep
i over Seder lot
of Beth David religious a
\] ii j ol the parents if the chil-
dren, once in attendance I
selves. iti hed Mrs Harl
- ler 'ahen thej were in
st h
M tn'
tiot elj known at Beth Da\ 11,
. onal honor ill com
this year i eremonj I
ne v $* 0.000 aud
.
thi :
r of love i ledication for
Mrs H
- ler at G l*s will
- i : "It -iw me -
forward I
ir."
Council 'Angel1
Luncheon Slated
At the Fecond annual "Ange
luncheon on Wednes a> l; ')
al the Carillon hotel. Great
Mi mi Si cti n National Couni
.; ..- .'. imen, Mrs Sidney Lew.--.
pres lei l v il honor over 70
contr maxi
mere handise ind tim
the rhrifl Shops w hich l
s| ps support '
i \ inte t servici .
trail e trai ind
.. 4, -ih ilarships to the I
'..i mi for Dade -
lua fellov ship grj [or
outstanding
a wish i immunitu a
n the United Stati t ntr
. uti : the Hebrew I
Schi in J rusali m -1 I
iti rials to k i I
. >i thei S<
Ea mtries, and an extensive
:en servici
i "Hall of Fame' av
r nadi Co chairing the lun
Mrs Baymond Rubin and Mrs
Harrj Markowitz. Mrs. Eman
Pollak and Mrs Irving Miller are
i| hostesses i t\ i
. e w:>h Mr-
\ in and Mr- Ir\;:;_ We t-
ft.KS. IDA HARTZ
Lcrber Chapter Luncheon Attracts Many
Women in Beautiful Display of Fashions
1- .ver- an i candles in softest
pmk di corate I I te tables for the
luncheon oi Lorbet chapter. Jew-
is i National U<^<- V-'thmatic
Children's "Fashion Fantaise" las;
w ,., k .,- the Dea iville hotel. Fash-
. abl} dressed women b} I ie
., de I their charm to the
itj ot thi ro Mrs L P >li
i or. president, was in an imp i
cashmere ensemble with the
of the dress repeated in the lining
of the jacket and a perky blue
: ii on the back ol her h< ad i Is
Jackie Kenned>'.
Her daughter, B >nme Mr- R i >
ert) Cicero, mother of a bra: |
little girl, Beth, looked a lorafc
a blue and white ultra feminine
i :ii skirted dress Tall, slim Mrs
R ..-ert P, Miller, ihairman of the
day, was in a blue two-piece nubby
Auxiliary Officer Installation
Newly-elected, president ol Jew.
LSD War \eteran- Auxiliary. North
Shore Post, Mrs Sidney L. Schoen,
will be Installed at a joint function
with the JWV Post on Wednesday
evening at Temple Ner Tamid.
Serving with her will be Mrs Max
U/eissman and Mrs. Sol Spelberg,
\ Lee presidents.
-uit with face-framing green Mil i
sporting a Siamese silk
i. M \ vaci ius Mrs Jack Ba
- eath t orchid with over-! I<
il: prirt turban was
I : Par;:'..; color > I.....lal
pink and cerise was
,. ,.i Mrs Julian Cole
chairman Bonnet, lavishly petal-
, | i the same two c il rs,
p emented the full-length coat an I
sheath.
In i mtrasl Mrs Sam Gr
h iice v^a- white pure
: bolero from which
: ,i pumpkin blouse
the pillb x Buttons and bows
e I Mrs Irving Geti
- ill hue and blui sat on
: Mr- Bernard Epstein I dark
hait rest of her m
blue shantung. Flowered ch..
carried out the color scheme of the
three-piece azalea red and pmk
outfit worn by Mrs w Boroa
a -ilk mop cap, reminiscent
of th rn during the French
Revolution, seemed just the right
note for the lilac sheath and bone
accessories selected by Mrs. I J.
Steinhardt. Not to be outdone, a
black performing poodle wore a
sequined shawl color for his (her? i
interpretation of the Charleston
Frances Lehman
Women's Group
Plans Luncheon
\ and mat '
, ive Playhouse have
ned as the mam fun
\. r ii the Women's Dn
,: the Miami Beach VMH \ Bi
: -.. take place ot: v
\;-- 26 beginning at ii IS
.. Mr- Solomon Kann,
h appointe I Mrs Philip
and Mrs Jerome V/ iss >
n for the function.
Torah Fund
Luncheon Here
R ''-. !i.i\ id Shapiro ol
David Syi
annual
1 nch< i
e hotel
A v ignetti e Jev is
proach to life, written b> Mrs Irv-
Golfman. with Mr- Lillian
Cohen. Ann Galitz, and Mrs V
fre Ston and accompaniment by
'.!:-- Uimi Retskin, was to ie pre-
-
\ to !' shown w as a collec-
ngs bj Israe I arl
>| Mrs Yurika Vlann
Funds raised will the
J wish Theological Sent
Mr- Nathan Spiegelman was to
chairman of the da> a:- i Mrj
Harry Koretsky, in chargi il
Book Review
Series Ending
Mrs
M Weinstein is w
iter 13th series of book reviews
Miami Beach chapter of Had IS
lb. a :th a review of three current
n veto
Graham Green's "The Burnt Out
Case."' -The Nylon Pirate- by
Nicholas Monsarrat." and "The
K be of Honor." by Alexander
lell.
Mr- Weinstein has been review-
ing books in Miami for almost 30
years
Review- will be at the Alg.....*
hotel on Monday, 1 p.m .
Rubaiyat room The series bene-
fits Hada-sah vocational edu
tion project in Israel Chairman
is Mrs. Philip F. Thau


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Seven-year-old Gavriel "Gabi" Weiss, of Jerusalem, is shown
presenting Deputy Mayor Paul R. Screvane with a framed ex-
hibit of stamps and first-day covers issued by Israel to com-
memorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Henrietta Szo'.d
founder of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Oraanization of
America. Also included in the exhibit were !sr^ei stamps :.;
s i~d in recognition o* the achievements of Y utl "- lter-
; ational agency for the rescue relief and rehabilitation in Is-
-i of homeless Jewish children. Lookinc on :s Mrs M .< M.
Meth, of Hadassah. United States chairman for Child's Dcy
for Youth Aliyah. which was observed last Sundcy. Chi]
Dcy for Youth Aliyah is sponsored jointly by Hadassah, the
Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, and Pioneer
Women.
Camp Ocala Lists Summer Program
np I ii a on Sella Lake
es o\ er 2i 0 a< r s ol wo
bounded e Ocala Na
! resl some 2S" miles from
in
\ complete athletic program i
ottered along with riflery, arts and
ci ;-. music, dancing, dramatics
and ienm>. In ad iti r. to swimming
ii .i!<' saving, ihi aquatic pro-
jtr.im includes ballet, scuba.
I and overnight canoe trips.
Both western and English ~:>i.'
riding are taught, and there is
jumping and trail rid
Tii- traditi.)!
serve I on Frida; r
es.
a's kr.ch features
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l- :i
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infirmarj i-:1 '--al
I eaden-hip of !;< camp r-\
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vvcomi r in our midst is Meryle S
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th< -; 11< i Rebbctzin,
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- still vital!) int< resti d in it Ever} nci
. :-. she goes bowlii
\fter they moved to Miami. Men e
tecision to mak Shi is very
i atriotic. and did not want to lose her Canadian citizenshio. However,
Rabbi convinced her that the whole family should be living under
one flay The day that she took her American citizenship oath was one
(! the most memorable in her life, and she pets all starry-eyed when
she sees the American flapnow her flag.
A creamy white complexion and black, black hair are a combination
;iat never misses. Add grace, dignity and understanding, ar.;! you have
the picture of the newcomer in oar midst who will soon be an integral
part of the commumtv.
* *
ANNIVERSARY WALTZ
No one knew that it was Joseph and Elsie Stein's anniversary when
they answered their invitation to a dinner dance at West view Country
Club. But they knew it the minute they reached the entrance to the
cocktail lounge. On easels on either side of the entrance were huge
blown-up pictures of the Steins' wedding taken 40 years ago.
Elsie was in a pink and red gown carrying out the ruby anniversary
theme. Their children. Mr. ami Mrs. Lewis Gorfine and Mr. and Mrs
Marshal Stem helped them greet their many friends. West view never
looked lovelier.
Great masses of red and pink flowers with tall pink taper*, in silver
candlelabras decorated the round tables A mammoth wedding cake in
pink and red added the final festive touch to a wonderful evening.
*
A DOUBLE CELEBRATION
Henry and Ada Green's cocktail party started off with a bang. The
guests came early and stayed late, all 175 of them. It was to celebrate
their 30th anniversary, and Henry's sixty-and-one birthday Mel and
Rosemary Green and Larry the baby who is now taller than Henry
wi n at the door with their parents.
Spring flowers were everywhere, blending with the new color decor
(f their home. Ada's yellow chiffon dress matched too. A guitar -inc.
entertainer put everyone in a gay mood. Ada felt that it was her
anniversary the next day. too. She were the corsage that she had for-
gotten to take out of the refrigerator the night before.
* *
DOING THE TOWN
The Albert Pollaks and their houseguests, the Harry Karls. were
the center of attraction in the lobby of the Eden Roc hotel. The two
ut men were complete foils tor each other. Phyllis, with her dark hair.
s in white lace; while Mrs Kari. Debbie Reynolds, with her fair hair,
was in a pastel-sequined sheath. From dinner at the Eden Roc. they
went on to the show at the Fontainebleau. where again the girls were
the center of attraction.
* *
CALIFORNIA HERE WE COME
Jot and Vicki Friedman hav< told
their fr. nds are moving I thi West
Coast, .lee goes first, of course. Then Vicki
Angi les to see thi
land Hack she omes to pick i ;
and finalize the moving jjlans.
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VICKI

with, their son's cultural life All wi
yeai Id Josh had been I eninf Petei
the v\ his record player
noon Josh, 1 er and hi- .
nt to thi \.i erica
All three loVi ;. minute Vicki

b and playpen.
she gets ; Lot Angi ei .-.ho know:
that good.
HATS HATS HATS
i at Theta Sigma Phi's "Date with the Press" lunch.....lasl
year's community headliners, Mrs Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs Anna
Brenner Meyers The. > ear's hati ever Mrs
very unusual in e; while Mrs ''
v with a tailored bow Mr- S cfa : SVeintraub in a
with a perky bow, Mrs. Wolfie
r in a n tin beehivi saroi Farr had oi
butt it. Mrs. 1 ''
Mr- Har Id Sp [tractive hal that ma
Jacqueline Cocht of the day. said the
ghl ^o unnotii k ill hi adline. There's a hi
Rcndell, Ehrlich
Exchange Vows
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Th. new Mrs
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late Adolph Ehrlich. formerly ol
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Ji wish War Veteri In
Auxiliary. Post 677. will hold a
donor dinner in thi 1 auville
hotel's Casanova room on Satur-
day. 7:30 p.m Mrs. Dorothj Ritter
man bj rex r\a'.i>r> h.,i:
Rabbi Klein Scheduled
Rabbi Maurice Klein a> to con-
duct a Seder workshop seminar
with film strip for Southwest Jew-
ish Center Sisterhood on Thursday
evening.
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Friday, March 24. Ijj,
'PRINCE OF BAR.TONES' HERE SUNDAY
^^L^ZXVu^0' i-*-" 8uesl
Sevitik, conducting on aa?.SSonS?^ rches,ra- Fabin
and Dade County Auditorium! evenuigs "' Miami *<*
' Nabucco." by Verdi Jh ma or oJh^J ^ D, *" Guid- "-"
taGminor.b, VassilyKaUmjJkott 0rche',r,U work Symphony No. i
& dJcuSn""',wL^in? tJoJn10^ pr*miere '""~......
ol Seville" Overture op v '" Ogder Utah starrimz in T,,,t >ea^' he has ***** each
hvar* le Brfcham Yo'u iff |* direction o( his
wm^moratingthefoundmgome^City^ofoVde,!. mUaiC drama
GfffGOff PIATIGORSKY
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TOP PERFORMERS NEXT SEASON
Rubinstein Serkin p-
on the concen stage today head > Sr hsVof''''0 ','hr ,op nam
appear next fall during the [, f l' '" |ues "''"'-- who will
** anniversar, seasoT, SSfc '^"V, Symphon, Orchestras
sive year as conductor enetttt" ^''enter hl> ">'r subscription concern on SffM '" "'<' nine pan- of
andDadeCount3 Auditorium? J nda> evenins < M'-"' Beach
^re^^
"j ** Ing "triple 3S.it" .2fS S"..^hVers are '
" fwntri Rubinstein is guel,,'' : Ia>' / 1^1 romantic
with th. L'M Symphony will be Ms tut? \ l2 His ***
H' credits include more .han 50 ,n r' pt'rforn,in- h* last in 1952.
01. million dollars annually P record'"-- *Mch earn upwards
centj! Mr.l^Slj^SjSff^^ Virtuo* "f 20th
'''<' The Caech-born art! "wa fM SP*""? tocall, on Apr
n*titute. and also helped found the iarhS I"^ber ;" the Cu"
,Dj ?*"*.....'" '"""< -*B .,n ri2 : *;>'* Music dur
The seasons second concert Nw i: 5 *iyears
* fourth retur. engagement X the?ri ?"*" Gngor Vl*u'~or-
Pianist; and ChristiaTFa.rr.l,n.a MarUv ""'""<:
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CHAMBER MUS.C SER.ES SCORES AGA.N
Taxpayers Renew
Planning Body
Miami Beach Taxpayers Assn
has reactivated its citj planning
committee with Paul l Hexter as
chairman, and held its first meet
ing last week
Sub-committee named were Nor-
man Oilier, urban renewal: Hen
Sine, rnarins; Henry E Coleman
lie Bartholomew report: Jerome'
G Greene, pa, 3 course: ami Mit-
cheU l.nwn Pelicin Island
Th.- problem- i the golf courses
the need fr recreational t,
cilities will be inv, b, Ben
Battle Subjeci of revenues will be
handled bj Jacob C Lefkowin
other committee members are
Abelow. Ma.-,,,, .. Sarokin.
ned Geismar, Col Milton it
Hum. Harold Greenfield. Adrian
hal .lack Wagner George Hech '
ter. Eugene .1 Weiss, and Wdbam
Free Haggadah Available
By Special Report
NEW VORK-"Haggadah Pass,
over Seder Service" is the title of
a rree Haggadah being distributed
bj the maker, of Maxwell House
co"e to assist families in the ob-
servance of Passover beginning on
Friday Mar 31. The Haggadah i,
available bj requesl at your super
market or store
&? :,;h ;;';:;;; s&^sasj r ^ n,,,, l*.
-"" of the curren. -eaP Pfan NnV'," "" U aS ;h '
MK.,:.owII/k> who form a perfec en' na?i' S** l"11 WoHlUS '^'"
Webern, Debussj and Beethoven t t P'-^'On.t.S by Bach.
1 ;"'-"--. .he beai ensembles of this sort th "' ;' doubl ,akl'
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"" ;'|.l.-.ely fitting the m^2!^U'taZ8tiC^C0mpMi
Once again, accolades to th TFriends olcESif ,.'' ",">"' -"'rK''' or
^rmest, most appreciative and m ,,, ft ''i ""S" "*0 ar '-' -
"-or any other nearby p.*.- "-* -^ .-di.no. fc ^c^^^
WAGNER AND BEETHOVE. PROVE SUCCEFUL 5^*2^-1^
f&'i^ttfit^S^^ ';-..... play IU "-.....5 **! SArt-"1 ""
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"' "o,un, The orchestra : ? IW Journ,'v fr,,' "Go.tt.r.
'" bodtad tone, and iU Vtnl ,v in LI f*1?!,1? fr bi' '"^K
cto No 2 in B flat m.jo7S #,SrSf W"h Bt-">- c4
W-"> beautiful melod.c bne anJ ub l" 1^,ChnC^ S8^ -"""
perfectly played by the orchestra^ "1"' *" ''''"alely and
and judg.ng by his facia, exxjres", n J f^'n'0" ntU f' j '
muMc -as a performer should be ,0la"y Wrappod UP '" -
del^r'"rh^n^Sab^ld.c^ "-"" -P
of tenderness were brought to th^lr f, LI r""'.6 KayH> and "'"od-
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jm's fine foods and
candies for Passover!
Passover favorites
Cocoanut maca-oons, 15 cz. box JWC
Choco' s, 15 oz. box 9.9C
Chocolate dp macc-oc-s, 13 cz. box H9C
Chocolate cove-eel matzchs, 6- cz. box !fftc
needs from ttorouitz-Martfareten
Plain matzohs, 5 lb. pkg. 2.2.">
Whole wheat matzchs, 12 oz. pkg. $9*
Egg matzohs, 12 cz. pkg. (iftc
Matzch meal, 1 lb. box f."ic
streets from Israel
Heritage choco'ates, 1 'b. box 2.2.*
.* orted fruil drops, 1 ib. tin .0C
Chocc'cie twin, bars, 15 oz. 1J&5
Oocc'ate sinq'e bars, 7 oz. .0C
famous fruit favorite*
Assorted marmalades, 14 oz. tray .#*
Assorted fruit tarts, 14 oz. tin 70c
Cashew crunch, 14 oz. tin i.19
Chocolate pecan crunch, 14 oz. box 1.29
FINE CANDIES, FIRST FLOOR MIAMI
FINE FOODS, FOURTH FLOOR. MIAMI
^
lustrous damask Passover cloths
in a choice of 4 sizes! .>.?)?>
Not one size, but four! 64x84", 70" round, 70x90", 64x104"
cloths, each ."t.99. 13x18" napkins to match, each #0'".
' Not one color, but five! Pastel pink, gold, turquoise, ivory and
snowy white. Lustrous rayon threads woven into a handsome
floral design on durable, washable cotton damask, so holiday-festive!
UNENS, FOURTH FLOOR MIAMI; THIRD FLOOR, FORT LAUDERDALE
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tmi tTicT mo constant wrMVMKM THE OtTHODOX VAAO HAKASHtUTH Of ROtlOA d MM MMMP I
WE SEU
U.S. CHOICE
and U.S. PRIME
MEATS ONLY
15th DAY
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May we suggest that your Holiday shopping be done early ... to insure faster service
and the maximum in savings! You may be sure we carry only the finest Kosher Meats
and Poultry! YOU MUST BE SATISFIED OR YOUR MONEY BACK.

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A MOST HAPPY and JOYOUS
fs cm the entire FOOD FAIR family!
As always, FOOD FAIR presents the most extensive
variety of K 0 S H E R for Passover Foods in Florida
FLORIDA'S FINEST
AND MOST COMPLETE
DEPARTMENTS
Now featuring the fines of FRESH WATER FISH rushed to us
from the GREAT LAKES just hours after being caught!
FRESH LAKE CARP
LB.
29
ABSOLUTELY
FRESH!
WHITEFISH OR YELLOW PIKE i. 59c
BUFFALO (winter) CARP u. 49c
ALL FISH DRESSED & GROUND FRCE ASK FOR YOUR. GEFILTE FISH RECIPES!
KOSHER
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DRINKS
MIDTOWN
Ginger Ale, Club Soda,
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hillon with
Jewish Floridian fashion editor tdith Applebaum, now Mrs. Monroe Zipp,
is on fier honeymoon. Sfoff writer Isabel Grave substitutes this week.
lulRS. Fred Dancbes in a white
By ISABEL GROVE
THE tierei m. lit
nns i Ionic
and Corini n) in the
S |d S inley's orch-
v togas a
I. almosl
th< Ri man l-
- i .
V : onal i hildre i ar iac Hos-
pital Koniaincbli
on th< Idi : Man h
Over 900 n da) I Icta' ias
and Calphurnias heard sprink-
lings v.-: :.- and < laesar. but
ol rail g ai cienl about
the;- appearanci for ..11 were
gar'.H d ,:. |e .;< rnier cri.
'.' j Mr Ei mard Feinstein,
presi enl th Miami B< .:i h
ch... re a slim black dress
witl '- while laci al the
H.i -: and throat Her hat was
lip-tilted white stra w
bowli r ith oral i veil .i\~d
perk, urn h I Flo ers in bat k
She was pi i ilarl pli d that
K< ssler was
lu hat in^

Mrs. Ben' ohen
abli
Her shi acki
ick scroll work had
I
' i Mrs
i blue fo

Mrs, Leo
.. in a bold -rein
<>ni
Bert Weisnei ni u ed a
rhiti '... '. I li irge
i c! nd Mrs Sail)
be outfit
:
Vtrs. A. J her
tnk irim
>1 ; Simoi
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I Mr- Roberi /
pang
ce bec-ausi
ft M W lliam
Siubl i hair ma ii. to
:

I wrold like to inform the
Pi blic that f'n^ ..-,q of rry
name in the Kosher L Pesach
advertisement of the
LINDY BAKE SHOP
2127 Coral Way
is unauthorized by me. I
do not give this establish-
ment any supervision.
Isioned)
Rabbi SolomQn Schiff
A-l EMPLOYMENT
DOMESTIC HELP
DAY WORKERS
Ph. FR 9-8401

ORGAN MUSIC FOR YOUR
WEDDING CEREMONY-
By JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN
nd his Portable Organ
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I h <>; Italian ^;'.k and
-' eati r \- H !i
ii irim sitting with Mrs
Sa ;er, hi r aunt i isiting from
i .i land, in pu ose beige
let imbroidery and
breal ink stole.
Lots : l) al the table oc-
c ipii b) Mrs. Mil hael Fiel Is,
who into the Blair
Hi use eai ng a white lace and
sweatei reel ibroiden d in pearls.
Hi i sisti Mrs Ji hnn) Fields,
chose white linen with emerald
green jacket piped in white and
Mrs. Irv Canner fDunes motel I
seh eti d lavendi r and white .-ilk
with matching accessories she
was flant ii<- b) her
motl iw, Mrs Fanny Can-
ner from New York in lilac, ..ml
on the other sidi b) her mother,
Florence Bernstein, who knitted
the royal blue dress she was
l asl mi mher of the
la Ii Mrs Stanlej l 11 itch, in a
vhi:i i art wheel hat trim-
med in electric blue to match the
ici of thi on< pieci linei dress
Van | -o becoming to
Ermi Mrs \ P idvin.
circles ci
l! skirt ol h i
..... nei shi

iroidi rj outl
Sittii with Erma
ivas E;l Mrs Lawrenn H
>o a< Pi : whose
. a v : foil
hair
them, atti Selma
Mrs Bi i > forecasting
her >el I full-
~Kii ess th -i--> sleet es
"i > 5 za. Her sister
i :> blondi nne (Dr
William i Iver in powder blui
with igi i m i utlined in
1 ha i< 1 jac-
,-i rs
in blaek floating C_
harlequin bodice in blaek. white
and brown and blaek straw Jackie
Kennedy pill box set on the back
Of her head Her CO-chairman.
Mrs. Sheldon in shocking pink.
~Tall Mr<. Norman Klein in eye
catching red coachman style dress
With low neckline filled in with
baubles, her blonde hair in a
tremendous bubble eoiffure Mr-
Nat Cohn. financial secretar) In
festive pistachio print with tower
my. wihte. cone-shaped hat. Mrs
Gertrude Lachs, pledge can chair
man. lopped her extrovert Mack
an I white print with a mink trim-
med sweater
Pats) Abbott, popular con di-
(iinc. honorarj life member, in
jackt: and sheath i nsembli ol
crisp brown and white checks,
ibblj thai evei -i pos
... n i
n Ital) Mrs
Mil ki j W i Ifie Ci hi n. a past
Ii nt, in bright mustai I i av.
with matching i ul b) greai
coat and sma >m whi< h
her dark hair proti uded i
side liki w ings
Mrs Jan Jaiobs in softl) :
mini' blue > hiffon prii l Hei
guest, Mrs Sanford Sail) R
man. seen more often in her pink
uniform a: M: Sinai Hospital,
wearing a pink swi atei over hi i
white pur silk Esthi i Ratner,
whose husband. Lee, was one ol
the Caesars present, topped her
had the new overblouse. She's
excited about the Caribbean
cruise she and her husband are
taking al the end of the month
West Indus and South America
on the Itinerary,
Tall, regal Mrs Lester Stepner
in white silk with navy trim and
"match.*? hat Sffrath and match-
ing coat o! blue floral print clnf
fon wi'h matching shoes for Mrs
Robert Bernetcit. M Mo-t
Adier in It..: an silk s ,,,?
with matcbjnjj -:;, d
in red. white, green ind bie
sprmn How ers. Green .mi whll,
shantung skirt wit ...
blouse and matching c .men ,
lectcd by Mr-. Spdne) Gjns and
Mir Glad)s Kapla r,>e
Wragge three-piece _1(j
and yellow silk suit,
T-
dWCC
fiitti3
CUSTOM SHCP
ORIGIN A I. I. OWNS
i
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kjEV.3ERS : (h< committee
anaaed to look _Lnx
man) duties
pearb accented
Mi : i .' Raab's slim
feminine eyelet
" '' Weiss could

20s in hi r straight
vith |
ill but two
?-*is. Anna Brer.ner Meyers, of Miami Beach, receives th > Com-
munity Leaaership Award of the National Beneiactoi .ety
ol Torah Fund at a luncheon :n behalf of the j- [Tie :al
Seminary o: America at the Waldorf-Astoria in New Yc Dr.
outfit with a huge white chapeau Lev elstein chancellor of the Seminaiy. ii shi old-
ina the award with Mrs. Meyer*, who wes ; onoiec >t -5x-
TABLE oi 20 from the Carlton emp-iC:v leadership in all endeavors to enrich
lerrace apt- included Mr- ._,/"_,..,,.
Samuel Pollack in ^v., ai Mrs -o^"^-'?______________________________________________________
Irving Feinberg in a blue and
whne ch< < ked suit
Chic Sally (Metro Commission
er Harold) Spael selected black
-ilk crepe collared in white mink
pink clochi with
n her bi
S
lo fl)
alas, n't. A
Pa iln e TriRi oat ovi
.i \\ r ton chiffon ri s v Mrs
Nal Wi \:.d .i
Ihrei pii suit
ticularl)
o Mi Li on K., i
i lose i.' ppi i han do Mrs
Ri uben Horow itz in a I
-ilk yellow polka
Mr* Herbert dutman in
k.i ht blue importe : < m-
i ed dress with widi
cummerbund
ffanl coif fun
for Mrs Harr) Zan
bright oranj silk linei
- ries Voung Mrs Hai i j
Lev) in .i huge zi
Spanish gran lu -
white raw
leather b< it and I utti tching
the patent leather hal band Mrs
Shirle) Mill.r accented .. black
-heath b) affecting a hugi
fan! chapeau ol flopp) multi
colore organza rosi -
Li

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Friday
March 24. 1961
V'Jenist fhridi&n
Page 11-B
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WASHINfiTOMAVlllUE

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10
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GRAPE JELLY
ORANGE MARMALADE
KOSHER *%f% 12 Ox.
FR M- #C JAR
PASSOVER
LIEBER'S FRUIT FLAVORED
CANDY DROPS
29< " IMPORTED
FROM
ISRAEL
UNITED BRAND
MACAROONS
79
15 Oz.
C CAN
MANISCHEWITZ
MACAROONS
CHOCOLATE
ALMOND
COCONUT
89
15 Oz.
C CAN
MOTHER GOLDSTEIN New York State
Concord Grape Wine
it
FULL
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APPLESAUCE
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49
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ALL FLAVORS
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HOROWITZ MARGARETEN
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CHOCOLATE
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79
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69
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1/2
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Page 12-B
fJewistfkr/rcfUr
Friday, March

)
Retired Rabbi
Off on Mission
Kabbi Herman M. Cohen, rabbi
emeritus Of Temple (if Aaron (\>n
gregatioif St. PaurrMirm.. has nVPn
appointed by Charles Rosengar-
len, president of the World Council
ol Synagogues, 10 represent the or-
ganization in varums communities
throughout the world
Rabbi Cohen will leave Miami
on Apr. !. accompanied by his
and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Steuer as traveling companions.
They will visit Spain, Switzer-
land. Greece, Turkey, Israel, Pak
istan, India, Thailand, Hong Ron..
lapan. Hawaii and Mexico.
The president of the World
Council of Synagogues has com-
municated wilh Icadeis in all
these communities to meet with
Rabbi Col-en for discussion of
Conservative Judaism. H3 wiil
also conduct services in seme of
the cities on the itinerary.
The World Council ol Synagogues
.i- formal!) organized in 19">9.
ith the I United Synagogue ol
America as its sponsoring i> idj
It alread) has affiliations in some
13 countries, where there is u
ovement to follow the program
ol Conservative Judaism. Thes<
countries include Israel, with con-
gregations in Jerusalem and Haifa
Rabbi Cohen resides at ltilu 7ls'
s1 Miami Beach, since 1955 He
ha> occupied pulpits as visiting
rabbi m many ol the Consen ath e
tngregations ol Greater Miami, as
well as in other southern commu-
nities,
I i
Dade Federal Slates Speaker
Hade Federal Savings speaker's
reau \wll present Margaret \
Vfason in a "Viewing ol Portraits
Lai s." with an art ap
eciation travelogue, at Edison
1 enter Community Room on Tues-
>'i 10 a in Admission is tree
i servaton onh>
.-
Lighting the candles as Temple Menorah teen-rgers start their
United Synaaoaue Youth weekend last Friday i rle Wes-
Ion. More than 65 younasters participated in the three-day
festivities, which encompassed an energetic proaram cf prayei
play, dancinc. singing, seminars and fun. Watchina Merle
are (left to right! Mark Slavin. Marilyn Beiman and Charles
Lindenbaum. Youth advisor was Mrs. Robert B!
Florida Derby At Jai-Alai
Alex and Aldecoa retained their i Jai Vlai Pala
!ead in the Diamond Doubles Stakes Tropicale Si n the
it the Dania Jai-Alai Palace alter evening.
four of the eight game series, but
four teams are right on the edge
i contention for playofl spoti.
Tied for second and third
in the "Kentucky Derby ol JaiAlai
ire I'rcola-Reto and Laca-Ignacio
In the fourth and tilth spot- are
Echave-Echj and Vergara-Carea
The tour top teams alter eight
games will split into pairings for
two semi-final partido matches of
15 points each, with 'he winners
me< ting in a 20 point partido
[gnacio is running close to the lead
in the Diamond Doubles Stakes
Monday. Mar. 27. will be a spec-
ial "Florida Derby Match*' .. the
Special El Al
Flight Takes Off
By Special Report
\TU YORK V' El \! Isi.....1
\ leing T(i: long r
dubbed Ihe "Sheraton-T Vvn
Special." departed last week
\v York's International Airpon
v ai i \ .. Sheraton Officials an I
othei dignitaries I i thi
the Sheraton-Tel \vi<
comp inj s first h l<
linental I ;' I S
Tli-
Amei
Robert
\, h i left for Israel to insti
-. | : |i- : \n i -. Culture
1 the Hel
The i hour,
\, York r< v.
: ne stop An
It was
first flights l Ihe i
iraifn n V
A Word Of Cation To The Jewish
Community Of Greater Miami
personally have Iren in any of the
eligic Gi
dre s|rnP'y re and di
,he ... ask you I or. I.t ow-
ing state
....You' Duld always sacrifice your all for your
lllfire' 'hat an educational d.rector must be
I You also know very well that the many
duties related to educational directorships require full-time
attention. A person who assumes classroom teaching duties
1 addit.on to adm nistrative, and sometimes even secretarial
duties is generally unqualified and is unable to do justice to
all me dut.es concerned No principal worthy of the name
would accept a combination position of this sort.
We regret o add that the Hebrew Teachers Association
of Greater Miami will not stand idly by when such threats are
hanging o> er Jewish education
We urge you to look carefully into this vital matter for
the sake of your children.
For additional information, write to the
Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami
1838 Bay Road, Miami Beach 39, Florida
> is a paid advertisement submitted by th.* HEBREW
TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI, WHICH IS
AFFILIATED WITH THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF HEBREW
TEACHERS AND PRINCIPALS OF AMERICA.
Werner Klemperer in Samuel
Bischofi and David Dict.iond's
"Operation Eichmann," now-
playing at the Olympia, Ga-
bles. Beach and Shores The-
atres. Klemperer. noted char-
acter actor anJ son r{ the
world renowned conductor,
Otto Klemperer. plays the no-
torious Nazi charged with the
murder cf >x million Jews
and now under arrest in Is-
rael, where his trial begins in
April.
STRUT'S
A MEMORABLE SUMMER
FOR YOUR YOUNGSTERS
Camp Lakeside
Fcr Boys and Girls
Norton Segal
Jerry Nude I man
Winter Address
44 5 W 3rd St
Miami, Florida
Grade "A" NC Bd o' Health
On Beautiful Lake Oseeola
Hendersonville, N. C.
1 Arts, Cr< | d Progt
ng Water Skiing
Phone FR 4-1380
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stress
The Worlds Finest
MATZOS
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Women's Corps Tag Day
ual Tag Daj ol I
pa t the Canci i
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Anticipating I
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Monii j (
rj furthering th<
i irch progran i
Entertainers are Schedule!
k Cartir and F
at the d
bj the Bi
Jewish Nati i
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; -n at the !lea i
i Mrs Hi
in chai e of arra
Mrs. Belsky in Charge
Mrs S Belsk;
for
l
tf 0 0 M 0.0*^0 0 0&#W$ f)
% "HELD OVER'. 8th SMASH WEEK! ^
1 IHE KITE CLUB SENSATION OF THE YEAR! J
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of the SEVILLE HOTEL ~ OCEAN AT 29th St., K*
STARRING
JACK DE LEON TERRY HAVEN
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ASK FOR
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Night Irritability and Loss of Rest
Dribbling, frequent urination. No drugs no surgery.
Read this sensible discussion.
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USE THIS CHECK LIST FO R MONEY-SAVING VALUES
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tf*i*t Ffrridliriir
Friday, Mcach 24
1361
Miss Weiss Wins
Science Award
Miss .. hiLh
. thi Hebn i \cademy,
ecu: ivi year
\ irsl horn : tier class in 'lit'
nee Fair at the Acad-
emy.
Her subject matter was "Com-
parative Anatomj ol Vertebrate
Circulation." v> i;wn by
the facuhy to represent her class
at the Dade C< untj Science Fair.
Miriam is ghter ol Mr
Mri Philii Weiss, ol the Royal
..man Kosher Restaurant she
Ya< reer. ..n honi r >tndent in both
Hebrew-and English since she en-
tered the Academy seven <
MISS MffffAM Wf.SS
..gicss G. Gun:*, president of the Australian Acccnmodcticn
Owners Assn., presents Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce
international affairs president Sia Glukstad with corci from the
Gre^t Barrier Reef and a gold-bound book from the mayoi end
:.:.zir.s of Gold Coast, Queensland. Australia.
Vaad Director
Sees 'Progress'
In Kashruth Here
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiri
: \ Israi Hebrew
Institute, is founder ol the 0
d \ Vaad Hakashruth ol Florida,
7801 Carlyle ave.. Miami Biach
According to Rabbi Ever, the
Vaad "has made a s.rta: amount
of pn gress in the short period ol its
existence, and i- at present supi r-
most ol the kosher i stablish-
ments in om coi
The Orthodox Vaad, chartered
in November, 1957, "ha& accomp-
lished a great deal by strength-
ening the kashruth of cur com-
munity and bringing dignity, sin-
cerity and honesty to the 'ield of
kashruth here, Rabbi Ever de-
clared.
ording to Rabbi
"Orthodox Vai p
for Passovei tl
rostei f many I r < i
-
:
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on

...... 11 he Ni
Haven-Cleveli irtrfl labl
ical S ol An a
by thi
Rabbi lu ah H
l i i *t a n t de an. R a 1
tii in Mi yer Cirlin, an o
the 1 os Angeles Yeshh.
His ordination bears spe 'ifii
mention of "Yore Yon
sry, and among b-ogro^tl ,.
outstanding world Crtho::, rjk
binical leaders. Sabbi Ever,
biography is included, h s b,og
raphical sketch a<$0 aP = ;ars J
the second volume of th Amet.
ican Jews, their l.,es and achieve!
merits.
In commpit.ii'. j I
i um included RaM
series on Janua-y 195"
written several books ludinsl
['Biography of R*bbi Jh ,,
Levenberg." "Rfstor; |
five Years "Holiday Symbols, i
Worlds, a series at solution *>t :
problems, for whii h hi \
H i Doctor of Philosop I
from Bui ton Collegi
K.ibbi Ever ii > u
volume of co |
subjects ni Tain .1
This volui -|
f Ion
Offi. I
'I i f Fli -|
-
In 1951, a Jubi'te Book. Ha-
pare?s krown rabbinical
mr-'-lv .-' wh publifhtd
in ceieb'.-- rw tl 25th anniver-
-i
fttBBi ISAAC niKiH VJr
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lews Support JFK on Aid to Schools^
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NEW YORK IJTA) Major
Jewish organizations have sent a
mint telegram to the members of
the United States Senate Subcom-
mittee on Education supporting the
>iand taken by President Kennedy
sl<,nPd im.riM Central Conference
The organizations wmen sianta
American Rabbis. Rabbinical As-
sembly of America Rabb.n.ca
Council of America. Jewish Labor
CommU.ee. Jewish War Veteran,
of the InHed States, and the
American Jewish Congress
Kabb. Baltour Brickner. appear-
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said that the use of government
funds for church-supported -chooli
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Miami, Florida, Friday. March 24, 1961
Section C
Preparing Your Home for Passover
i'liit is the principal differ
(i. between kosher to*ids
i '. i for-Passover foods?
presence or pc-^,,...,
lh presence of chametza general
'. for leavened foodsmake* ..
! i for PataOVer use. Fowls
( made from wheat, rye.
l millet and derivath .--
. those grains, are tubjecl to th.
li ws of chametz Also forbidden
Passover use are rice, corn i
. II types of beans. The
i is that both eating and po- -
Of anj chametz is not permit
during the entire Passover
period, whether in mixture, pro-
i-((! <>r natural condition.
What in the rule for fruits and
tables, other than the legumes
beans, corn, peas, etc ?
Fresh fruits and vegetables an
editor's non Tl -.he
r foi Pass
nn the K r(
: I nion of Orthodox )i
o\ America 1
'
What Should be Arranged
To Assure Proper Marking
Of This Ancient Observance
kosher during all 52 weeks of the
ar. However. f< od whicll is pro
< ~-cd i- any way, mas eithei
kosher nor kosher for Passover
idt spread changes in methods of
commercial preparation of food.*
have created question- (.f kashruU
in the United stair- totally withou
precedent in Jewish history-.
The only dependable guarantee
thai packaged, processed foods arc
kosher-for-Pa by a recognited rabbinic authority
indicated by a label or emblem ol
-uch rabbinic certification securely
attached to the product. The cause
of this ancient Jewish sanctity can
be served by checking to determim
whether such Passover certifies-,
lion is clearly and unmistakably n
authentic part of the label prinu .
on ,,!' ,-. r by the
ct irer.
'Ah..: i- the meaning and role
ol Matzoh m he Passover observ-
ance?
When Mocs finally compelled
Pharaoh fo allow the departure ol
She children ol Israel from their
K-: ptian bondage, they w< r<
forced to Hee m such haste 'h.:*
they had to bake their bread before
the dough became leavened. They
therefore ate unleavened bread
matzoh. In the reliving of that ex-
p< nerce man- fir-t struggle (or
':: pendence Jew- partake "t
matzoh and commcotale thi- Di
inne deliverance from -lav. ry.
Should dish< s. utensils, cutlers
and other lr..->... n an eating tool-
be bought especially lor Passov*r
Such a procedure i.- the i< eal
way : assure complete compliance!
with Pas.-over regulations. Under
specified conditions, some ol tin-.
utensils, used during the resi of tin
^v.iv. may be used during Pass
over, if properly kashere.l. The
rabbi will be happy to provide dv-
(ailed in-j uctions.
May plastic tablecloths be
used?
Plastic tablecloths are permitted
Ho' the oven require special
cl 'aning?
Since the oven i- used throughout
the year, it must be cleaned,
si raped and burned out to aun-
it is chametz-free. A fitted metal
liner for the interior of the oven i-
recommended. Metal plates should
be placed over parts (hat could no;
be burned to pre vein contact with
Passover utensils. Th rabbi will
provide details on exactly hew to
kosher an oven.
The traditional way to make a Seder
1
candies era
llghlr.l by III*
Motors f Ik*
m* # tMn**r iii
be festival of Pa**.
**et. The fcaaaadsSi
tin* which she pro-
noun, r over the
raadle* give* re-
bftKHl> mrinmj lo
this imple act An
abundance ol light
symbolize* iov and
f*-tivity. and the
ofl candle glow
add* an aura of
spirituality lo the
Seder l.blr.
2
A COf Qf WINf
placed at rack
table setting The
anclifiralKin of
Ik- HoJtday iaa*a>
sounced over ihe
firm cup. Three ad-
ditional cups are
drunk during the
< o u r r of the
Seder, making a
total of four, lo
symbolize the four
e*pce*ion* of the
I or11 promise lo
redeem the chil-
dren of Israel and
deliver ih<-m from
bondage.
3
TMi HA04ADAM
'literally ~lh.- teU-
ang"l enMasn* irw
romplrlr Sed.-i
ceremaiir. in iheir
prescribed order
<*4tr>. The- Urmi
pan of ihe book.
concerned mainly
wiih ihe *iory of
ihe Jew*' deliver-
ance from Egypt,
hi read he forr ihr
meal Mier dinner
follow* ihe second
portion consisting
of prayer* of prai-
and thanks lo the
Almighty.
4
MATZON repre.
wart* the "(tread of
aNIiclion** eaten by
rtw Jew* in Eg) pi.
and also the bread
thai had lobetak,-,|
during their hasty
flight when there
wa no lime for
leavening. Three
mmuol are placed
in the Seder tray.
Half the middle
matzoh. *aved for
the llikomon I de*
art), i* playfully
"stolen" by a child
and ran*omed for
prixc.
5
TNI Z'tOAM.
roasted shank
bone. i placed on
ihe Seder tray, li
represents the an-
cient sacrifice of
the Paschal Inmh
(Ptiuekl which
had lo be eaten
roasted./"cut A, the
Hebrew name for
Passover, also re-
fer* to the Lord's
passing over f pos-
ark It he Je w ih
home* during the
plague vi-itrd upon
the Egyptian first-
born.
-
6
THE BEITZAH,
a roa*ied egg
placed left of the
Z'roah. svmlwlixe*
the required offer-
ing brought on all
festival* in the
Temple. The egg.
while not itself sac-
rificed, it used in
Ihe Seder as it is
Ihe Jewiah symbol
f mourning I in
thia caae for the
kMa of ihe Temple
where the sac-
rificea urer#
hruughu.
7
TNI MAROR
or "billet aerba
i uuall> horsera.l
ish I is placed in
ihe middle of the
Iray and symbol-
lies the Jews' bit-
ter suffering under
ihe Egyptian yoke.
Directly below ia
ihe Ckaitrttk, an-
other piece of bit-
ter herbt, com-
memorating the
custom of eating
Mmtot sandwiched
between two piece*
f Mattok.
8TH CHAROSIT, ^V
placed beneath the \^ 1
f'tonh, i- a mix- W
lure of chopped S
apple, nut-, cinna-
mon, and wine de-
signed lo look like
the mortar ued by
ihe Jews in build-
ing the palaces and
pyramid* of Egypt
during centuries of
forced labor. Be-
fore the Varor i*
eaten, it ia dipped
into the Ckatotet.
THE KARPAS,
a piece of parsley
or lettuce plaard to
ihe left of the
Ckarostt. symbol-
izes ihe meager
diet ol the Jew* in
Egyptian bondage.
It is dipped into
alt water in re-
membrance of the
tears I hey shed in
their misery. The
Karpat also digni-
ties Springtime,
the season of Pi
over.
10
THE CUP OF ELI-
JAH, filled with
wine. i kept on
thr table through-
out thr Seder id
Ihe hope that the
Prophet Elitah
may appear a* a
me*enger of the
Almighty and an-
nounce the coming
of the Messiah.
Thus, in the mir!i
of their memories
of the pan. ihe
Jews look forward
to the day of uni-
versal peace, love,
nd brotherhood.
To whal time may chametz lie
eaten :hi- year?
Chametz may be eaten until l 0
a.m of Passover Eve, which this
yeai is Mar 31.
What i- lo I),- done with cha-
metz which is neither used up nor
disposed of in some other a/aj be*
lore PassOi ei '
Ownership of -uch chametz must
- be transfered to a non-Jev, tin. ugh
an instrument called the sir ir
Mechirah. l hi- procedure, which
-hould be completed by 10 a.m.,
Mar 31, i^ as follows:
All leftover chametz is placed m
a .-pare room, clo.-et or trunk.
which is then locked All chameti
dishes, utensils, cutlery, etc. should
be Ihoroughl) cleaned and then also
placed in a special locked place.
The rabbi is then authorized to
prepare a bill of sale and to nego-
tiate transfer of ownership of the
chametz lo a non-Jew.
When i- ownership restored?
The rabbi, acting as (he agent,
may repurchase the chametz. and
it then ma> again be used The
rabbi should be given a reasonable
lime alter Pas-over to complete
th transaction.
Are there other niual proce-
dures connected with the disposal
cf chametz?
The search (or chametz involves
a formal ceremony, known as Bedi-
kat Chametz. This begins with a
final check of the home to make
certain all chametz has been re-
moved. Included should he a check
of Ihe pockets of clothing which
will be worn during Passover The
Bedikat Chametz is to be perform-
ed this year directly after nightfall
Mar. 30. The head of the hou-e.
his way lighted by a candle carried
by a member of the household, goes
from room to room with a feather.
gathering anj chametz with a
wooden spoon.
- nee the house is presumably
i ametz-free bj this tune, a few
crumbs are placed in each room -.
1' h will noi he in \
Th< -. spoon, feather a
1 '
ami
I
i

' he si (I lah -
in
\ foi
railed Biur <
< '.'^ m atei thai
la i : I .
nd anj b : o> r
cakfi is bin ni 'I and I
. ail .
es next?
kiti hen ,.n,i eating
imp'en and foods are placed in
r propci ices for the coming
days "i Passover The home
w rret 11 ( hametz and rltually
ed for Passover and for the
' rsl s..i, i on the evening of Mar
M
Rabbi lehrman on Television
"S'lii small Voice." television
program sponsored by the Rabbini-
\"ii oi Greater Miami, will
be hosted by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
in, spiritual lea ler Oi Temple
n El, on Sunda) io a.m.. ovt i
WCKT Ch. 7 His theme will he
oi Passover and the
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vjtnitt Ffrricfiar
Friday, Marc.-. 24.
Cooking
Corner
Mm
G.
Benin
Of The many passible ways to
economize in piannme menus, tht
plesl :. purchase foods which
are !o in cost For >ome timt
now t^gs have beer, among the bet-
Itr food buys, and at this time of
the year, the price is even lower
than it has been.
Eggs and a fine protein foi i
which may be served alone or com-
b.ned with more expensive meat or
ii>h to "stretch" small quantities
into satisfying main dishes. Des
BWtfl which contain ,. large number
gS may even prove economical.
th<.- vcntribuie a good | r
ceotl :he total protein neces-
sary for tin meal. A salad or cas
terole which contains Jusl a small
amount of meat or lish is properly
followed by a dessert whose main
ingr< dienl tggs.
Eg;.:- :< a fine protein lood
maj prepared in hundreds ot
ways. Some novel ones which fea-
ture them are submi.ted today.
Our English cousins have long
cherished e variety of recipes lor a
dehghtlu) dish which is known in
different parts of their country a-
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MAINSTAYS OF YOUR
HOLIDAY TABLE
No rrs-ter what else you er.e ir s me coffee
that makes the me! it must be Hm bes*!
MARTINSON'S COFFEE
famous for 60 years
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JOMAR
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with that real coffee flavor.
- AND KLKIOUS THE WHOLE YEA* BOUND
MARTINSON'S
lemrr. con lemon cheese, i-r .em-
on butter T< l< ish families in
America it is almost unknown This
is an excellent time to become ac-
quainted with its smooth rich tssu
ar.d diversiiied uses While it may
be served as soon as made .-
Hot satce, on oi its eni f attrac-
tions is thai '. cai bi si red in the
n ::- rai r fcr a few weeks
fn / k< *>n instanl
filling i- r cak i r lari shells a
>rrtac: for U si < r hi I biscuits: < r
a cold sauce m such hot desserts
as gii ttagt id inc. i r
rice pudi ii With Passover ap-
proach ng .: s alsi ai
addition u the recipes f< r that hoi;
day
Pi vih d i gf an familiar to all
of us, but hew many have tasted
:hem hot? 'Hero arc two variations.
The first may also be u.-ed ft r
Passover ii rr.atzoh meal is substi-
tuted fcr tht bread crumbs.
LEMON CURD. CHEESE.
OR BUTTER
6 eggs
2 cups sugar
1 2 cup lemon juice
1 4 cup buttei no substitute
in th< uppi:' pari of a lai
doubli bi .i r beat the eggs am:
sugar
juice ; and cook
over I wat r bI
t h< nsist enc j
Stir tei
sides ol
rs
.: f space at th<
a r. d kee ]
:
, g, -.r Roil ..-. the crumbs. Beat
:: .... ggs with the water, dip \
.:-.. r. roll again
Um crumbs until well coated.:
: distance apart on a
grease til dot with the shorten
- | j.,. : r 20 mintftn at 350'
may be served BS
. i with .. dip of mus-
lise. Or thev
. | mi Cl UTSI 'f a lunch
, r '...- -. : h cast serve with
-, ice As
. L serves five to
-A
Vat tion 2
Fm}Yu e8 tenpj
them ic | --. ilp
half CUF ired \
tea>pc. q .() g
and one-ha! -,, Ca ,; condJ
''^ one-hal
cup brc. bs mi) Wlth c
fourth cup | Dou,.
butter -:. unl thorow"
heated, ah..: 30 mir : >s a, 'i
clegs F ] i mow
five to s.\
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for the YOUNGSTERS!
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Cut tr.t hard-cooked ggs in half >
lengtbwiM and rem v* yolkt care-
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mayonnaise and mustard to a
smooth pa.-U Ktf:li the whites
level with -.'h ( c Fit and
press the two halves df each i.g
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Friday. March 24.
19S1
The Jewish Scapegoat in the Civil War: Part 4
By ALFRED H. PAUL
JTA
Thus far in this Mries, we have
*een tke AmerMta Jew? Son
and South, acting as a loyal A
'.an, behaving as a citizen loyal
1 I the cause of all the people.
c ther on the I'nion Bide or in
the Confederacy But the Amer-
ican Jew during the Civil War
; -nod as th;> Jew in all pel
: history and in nearly all Ian Is
could not target thai h.' was
imethiag else In sides an Am
B
T Jew was not allowe I I
.~ Jewishness although he
,i- ertainlj prou of it A >
in turmoil found, In the
- ipegoat. Anti Semit isi
both sides the fi
- during the enl Civi
One of the Sooth's most prom-
-ent statesmen was Judah P.
Eeriamin, apslocWt 'or lav Tbi.< f* the il\r;h in ..
'.i 'rtsrty b j ul .'.>,.
f
A',;- Betti S
I
. t in
..: li \ and Sow
and thus found
ramps
n
friend cf Confederate Pi evident
Jefferson Davis, successively At-
torr.:y General. Secretotv o* War,
ard Secretary of Sfate foi the Con-
federacy. Another prominent
Southerner was David Levy Yulee,
who represented Florida in the
U.S. Senate until sects! ?- when
he resigned from the Se-'a'e to
? -i-n ?'-a iHe of the ft <- irv.
Both in the South and in ;h.'
North Benjamin and Yulee
undi r consl ml anti Semitic al
thioii'.hou.ihe Civil War pej
in the Not h > were atta
as Jewish secessionists: In the
> uth, they were attacked simp >
as Jews .in i blamed as Jews
whenever the balance .>f war turn-
igainst the Confederacj At
one time, during the war. anl
Semitism became so pronounced
that a Jewish arm) officer fi
ing for the Confederao Co
A lolphus H Adler, challei |i
R ima : Ex ii
i duel for ng J<
race
Whei verted <
in !
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STREITS
TO
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has everything
'Cosher for Passover
end has it
or fifty eWrtUrfsa Jews hare answered the Seder query: *Why is this
trtght different?" But do you know the answer to this one: "Why is thi
Passover different?" The answer is that this year, fo.- the Brat time,
6TREITS brings you some new taste treats never brlore available for
Passover. For instance, fabulous CAKE MIXES that have their o*n dis-
posable BAKING PANS tn tha package: smooth, rich CHOCOLATE
. PUDDING powder; irresistible new POTATO PANCAKE (Latke) MIX
' inade with REAL ONIONS. And something else to new that it's never
* been known before...a Passover FRENCH SALAD DRESSING
that will tingle your taste buds. STREITS has always pio-
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m
Jleared new taste treats to glorify your Fasaover tr.tnui;
this year, more than ever, you'll enjoy these
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: m other Jewish
who were aiding the North. The
hschil i ; milj in Frankfurt
v-a- leuiliiiu jaia*u'> to the North.
u i American Jewish banki rs,
the brothers Joseph ar I U.....
S '.tnan. di-p^sed of S200.000.
worth of Union bonds One
ie wealthiest men in the North
was an ex-Jew Aufiusi Belmont,
wh i used all his gretl weal h ;o
ai i the North
Y ; such newspapers as
Chicago Tribune an.i !h<' New
York Herald spoke of all Jewish
kers as traitors who w< i
to sell oui the Noi I I
Cor.l derac)
Anti-Semitic preaehars spoke to
large crowds ;n the North ccn
e'em-ing Jews. Hate literature
was widely dissem:ra*ed. and
even the rrost respected news-
papers had a v,and in aliv.o-t _n;.
verbal Jew-baiting Newspapers,
as a rule, identified persons with
Jew jh n3mes arrested c >"iug-
glfj charges or ot!i?r swell
crii-es. as Jw. Thev did i''
ie'entify Jews o.i the ca^.
as .
New York Ti
Detroit (
.'< w- ,ir<' gold 5p
The Bi -
ked the chil Iren o
because a p< Southerner .
wealth) Charh ~- n Jew named
Mordecai, contributed $10,000 to
the I'onfedoracv. a newspaper in
Indiana stated :h.it cur fell m
citizens of the Hebrew persua
are. with a few honorable exei ;>
tion-. all afflicted with the
perhead mania."
Beth David Choir
At Fri. Services
Cantor William \V Lipson and
the Beth David choir, under the
direction of Albert Sussman. will
present three new liturgical wmpo.
aitions Fridaj night m Beth David's
tifth annual observance of Jewish
Music Month.
The compositions uill include
"Yism'chu" and "llogao Ovos," by
Joshua Lind. noted cantor who
writes mutiC in the traditional Jew-
ish mo.ie with modern counter-
point
Also fusing the traditional and
the modern ii 'Rosh Chodesh Bi
then," by the American cantor,
Moses Silverman, of Anshe Emel
i i r. relation, Chicago Ar. ange
merit is by M Janowski
Singers in the Beth David choir
ire Ruth Cohen. Rosalind Kati
Leah Reizner, Rose Rosamond and
Celia Se ;al, iopranos; M
Bloom, li- ten Gaber. Rose Schrei-
lell and Prancine Weinstem, i
Ben Dickson and Jai k Lerner, ten-
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Mrs Gladys Diniti is re::,
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Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt on her
ent appeaicnce in Miami on behalf of Israel Bonds. Mr.
d Mrs. Fox became the first residents here to announce c
ouble trusteeship (S50.000) for Israel Bonds. Fox. who is a
member of the Israel Bond board of qovernors. and Mrs. Fcx.
cell area chairman ol the Women's Division icr bonds, de-
crted this week lor Israel, where they will celebrate the wedding anniversary.
Founders Club
Recognizes Sher
Jacob Shcr was honored by the
Founders Club of Mt. Smai Hos-
pital a: the club's annual dinner
dance in the Diplomat hotel last
Saturday evening.
Ht has been recipient of the
Lewis Marshall award of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America and the annual award
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. He has been
president of the Greater Miami
Jew-sh Federation, and is a for-
mer president of the West Flag-
ler Kennel Club.
Sher also serve;) as first chair-
man ot the Founders Club of Mt.
Sinai Ho pital which started in
1955, and is made up ol men and
women here who have contributed;
$50,000 or more to the hospital.
Leonard A. Wien. present Found-
ers Club chairman, and J. Gerald
Lewis, president of the hospital,
presented Sher with a silver tray.
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i posed to inter dating, plan to
kosher homes when they
t arry, and do not approve of ac-
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rhese were some of the results
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i nine of the United Synagi ue
n America Commission on Jewish
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Over 2,800 boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 12 and 16, in
80 American cities and Canada,
were questioned. While 70 per-
cent expressed a desire to visit
Israel, few planned to settle there
permanently.
Although the majority of those
sampled opposed inter-dating, boys
had more liberal views on thci
-ol lit than girls, 43 percent of,
the boys believing it proper for'
.lew.-1, boys to date non-Jewish
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Something Sweet for Passover Table
PASSOVER 1961
l
Sponpc "fake Mix
tablespoons instant COffe*
powder
eggs, separated
cup water
bar iPs oz. >" ;
chocol.iti -rated
"The ancient-and beautiful fes- a "imc for the family, house and
li.dl of Passover, oldest of Jewish kitchen to display new clothes. new 2
holidays, has~been celeUrafecI for furnishings, n e wTauTepans ana
over 3.000 consecutive years. Utem 6
As Passover is the joyous week As a result of the Passover re-
which celebrates the end oi a strictions, it Is 01 the utmost nn-
I'ark era of slavery for the Israe- pcrtance to the Jewish housewife
I tea, so it is the holiday celebrating ti cook dishes that are not only S(;r in.anT coiiec powder
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< for all Jews The Passover : the framework ol 1 ..-.-over reg- as directed on I x WhiU foldii
eaaon of eight days of family feast i: whites.
la undertaken with high pur- Naturally, everj woman of the chocolati Frost, il desin
i and aeriousoeai by all Jewish stbeeighl days of menus q ;,,
hememakers It ia a time of change appealing to tb eye, the
appetite and her pocketbook
keeping with tin h( Ij laws .,
. .( old Pi traditions.
home economists are con-
Palm Beachite
Will Participate
Mrs Moses C. Annenberg. Palm
h. Towers. Palm Beach, will
participate in a special Yeabiva
I versify convocation Sunday att-
ernoon in the Nathan Lamport
Ai.ditonum. New York City
Earl Warren. Chief Justice of
trt United States Supreme Court.
w.il receive the honorary Doctor ol
laws degree from Dr. Samuel Bel-
h.r. president of the university
Following the ceremony, U. S-
6en, Jacob K. Javits (R-N.Y.) and
38 Yeshiva University "master
buUdtrs," those who have con-
tributed $18,000 or more to the
university's "Blueprint for tne Six-
it.- will lay the cornerstone for
tbfl new $3,000,000 building now
urder construction m Manhattan.
COFFEE FLUFF
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Dash ol salt
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table recipes that completely meet i
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Day Installed as Officer
Bible Project
At Dade Heights
Rabbi Max Zucker. spiritual lead-
er, and Ben Shapiro are in charge
< i i. Bible pa^c project, funds from
ih will be u;ed for the creation
^ Jewish cultural center at Dadt
tits Jewish Congregation.
Dade Heights currently has some
400 children in its religious school,
center authorities anticipate
thai the school's facilities will soon
it inadequate.
Tne Bible page project is ex-
pected to assist ;n the task of add-
i [ extra classrooms to the school
Beach Council
Cavalcade1 Here
M .ami Beach Council B'nai
B r.th was to hold a "Cavalcade tf
I ts" in the DeauviUe hotel's N;,
on room on Thursday evening
Proceeds will go to the under-
ileged children at the Home of
the Bellciair the Home lor under-
privileged Children in Israel; and
I Leo N Memorial Hospita
patient
Mi s Belsky was to be in charge
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PARIS (JTA) Forty Jews.
i: eluding one woman, who are be-
ing held in Casablanca prison, were
t rought before a Casablanca ex-
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and were charged with offences
igainst the internal and external
security of the state, it was report
I'd here.
The accused, some of whom have
iilnady appointed defense counsels,
are expected to be brought to trial
in a few weeks
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Whill in >ar Franei-c >, Da>
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+Jenifi flbrftAsm
Page 7-C
Reds Blast U.S. for UN Bias Charge
mg of i\e sur>commi5,ion. the Sov-I he agenda of the charge of Mti-
iet delegate opposed inclut em it ism.
(NITED NATION (WNS1 -
S el delegate V. [, Sapoihmkov,
I I irate reply to a U ? reminder
his gcvernmer. :j! still not
, -d in the United NaMons to
curves t Jewry, blamel the govern-
, of ;ne United S jv< and
A v.-rican Zionist organization! for
; raisiDf of d v.r::n:nation
|CI against th Soviet delegate ~r.d the
-;ni- '; thar;>i CKU-erning
Soviet Jtwi is an ittempt on be-
h .it I < Cover--i nl f the
i | sti and I American
isl oi. nizati I ici .it
I in fn m neo N > I in Ger-
i it ,: nothii | ; smoke-
sii everj that
,i enji |ual I in Rus-
E
Mr. SapoiJinikov's ou*urt was
occasioned by a reminder by
Mn. Marietta P. Tree, U. S.
representative an the flCman
Right* Commission, that the Sov-
iet Union had stiH not replied to
the charges cf discrimination
against Jews that had been
brought op some weeks ago.
Calling anti-Semnsm "a disease
which none of us can afforJ to ig-
nore." Mrs. Tree observed -ha:
while some countries ha.] giver.
assurances that punishment l I
be meted out to perpetrators >f
Mti Semitic incidents and that hey
would take preventive mea-ures
igains) their recurrent .n the hi-
ure, "some countries" had iaiiej
to report what they v .
on vent such abu
reference to the $o\
She said several Jewish jrganiza-
ins ha I subi itted i p irts with
specific charges if ai m it ism
In the Soviet Union v
condemned but not dealt with spe-
cifically by the Soviet ielegate.
About two months ago, when Jew-
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Friday. March 24.
Correspondent Motors to Eilat
By RAY S. BINDER
Jewish Floridun Correspondent
Tel Aviv
Then the Chanuka vacation ap-
ached and again a nine-day
i-pneve from school cranted to
the children. I decided that this
uld be the time to drive to Ei-
Such a trip would serve
oj purposes a vacation
*} from house duties and a de-
- e fulfilled.
Since our arrival in Israel. 1
1 ive always wanted to see Eilat
" vin-t- visiting Israel have
Iced, "Is it worth the trip"' I
ver felt sure what my answei
iuld be. This year. I madi
mind to go. We would take
trip by car. and be able rea-
( y to answer any and all gues-
n about Eilat
When my husband and I an
unced to our children that we
d decided lo make the trip, the
i element almost deterred my
cision. We were to camp and
> ok out. and the arrangements
had to be orderly After all. we
1 d to have warm clothing tor
e nights and summer things for
days, plus sleeping blanket-;
d more blankets. In addition
our own lour youngsters, we
ited two others, and so our
- it ion Wagon was guite full.
Never one who craved much
the outdoor life, this was my
st camping trip, but I felt se-
i re in the knowledge that my
eping quarters (the seats in
wagon became beds at night)
ula be "indoors Although
he head ol the house and the
' ys decided thai we should leave
4 30 in the morning. I w as
re thai it would be more like
?. and with luck, that we would
away no earlier than 730.
daughter and I sat bj while
men of the house did the pack
arid sure enough the clock
.d 7:30 as we left the city and
arted towards Beersheba, which
1 >uld be our first stop
.'n Beersheba. official perm is-
n to visit off-the-road sight-
eing stops would be obtaine I
aching Beersheba w as ..
but time was important, and we
were impatient to begin the drive
through the Negev The special
office whete one must stop to re-
ceive the permission was staffed
by young Israeli soldier.-, and to
our dismay, their first day on
this particular duty They seemed
to take an endless amount ot time.
and finally after we had comple-
ted the forms, were asked: "Are
you carrying any arm-' I was
a little startled Of course, we
had no arms. unles> you could
C ii si er the play rifle- that our
yo'.:p.uer sons had with them. We
were prepared to face an) ri.r.-
ill the wav. which of
course are few today, without the
help ot firearmswhich in th< '
selves would be hazardous with
such energetic young-ters around
u- The soldier.- then told us that
it was not necessary to carry
arms unless one was preparing
to hike to Eilat and ott the beaten
coursewhich in any event was
against the law After this un-
necessary "fright." we started
on the road to Eilat.
We have traveled much in Is-
rael and elsewhere, thro
many famous mountain ranges
and canyons, and yet we were
all speechless when we saw the
beauty of these mountains and
canyon- enroute down The lack
of greenery was strengthened by
the extreme beauty of the colors
of the rocks and mountains
which happily quieted the child-
ren who did nothing but gaze at
the sights. Each group of moun-
tain- looked from a distance as
if they were cities, or hills com-
pletely settled, other- with faces
of a Pharaoh Opinion- varied
greatly, but our imaginations r
to their highest.
The drive down i- quid lonely;
you pa-- few car- see no people,
unless you stop to visit at the Kib-
butzim on the wav or for .. mag
nificent view from the cafi
Mitzp.- Rimon, but you don'i feel
alone for von are so ...ken with
the view and busy being enchan-
te by the colors. The foui
lil hour- that you drive pass
quickly, and all ol a sudden
IM the Red Sea. the port of Eilat.
bordered by Jordan's Aquaba,
backed by the mountain- ol Saudi
Arabia, on one side and the city
of Eilat with I gypt's mountains
in the rear
We drove to the beach o: Eilat,
which i- between the port.-, and
where facilities for campir.it are
available We -et up camp and
decided to relax and to begin
sigh: the next day Dark-
ness i early, and- the view
at nig il ..- quite thrilling The
heir- ol Aquab i sea be-
tween, the lights of Eilat, "
fire- : ir c oking. and the
n lining ghtlj i I .....
verj romai [ree I
to re' n -..: > ind for once
the children acquiesced A- '-1
settle lown a \i rj lar{ i an
truck dro< e up: >ui
100 K ; i : girl tiers
come down -' nd the evi
and 50 kums : bega
lightful experience
Camping out means ris -
ly. but I did not imagine how ear-
ly it would be Our young fri<
the soldiers, departed at 1:30 a m
flower- or tree- Scattere 1 here
and there, one withered bush
but a strange feeling sets in a-
you look a' a city of little homes
surrounded by dir yards Th se
who have settled m Eilat are
more than brave and coura
on-, they ..re "heroes
Most ol the year it is unb
ably ho:, and when there ;- a cool
breeze or wind, there i- also fly-
ing -an : it cannot be call-, d
really pleasant placethis fron-
tier desert tow n
Vegetables are scarce and ex-
pense. Everything must be
broughl from the big cities, and
shortages are nol rare Although
the resident- or "settlers," a-
they should be called, are given
-: ecial compensation, there i- no-
thing material thai can truly am-
ply reward these people They
are on the whole happy, although
they have some complaints, which
the government is taking care ol
Slowly but surely There il i
new -hoppir. center and some
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+A*M>nr.rMi*r
Page 9-C
I
Under Puts Meriwether Naming in Shade
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
Washington
The Senate debate over ra-
cism" involving an Alabaman
miiHe a director of the Export
Import Bank of Washington pro-
ji eted more heat than light on
e new leadership of the bank.
Am.1''', the chaos of controver-
sial facts, innuendo, and giult-by
socistlon surrounding the ap-
pointment <>f Charles M Men
:. the Senate unanimously
confirmed another nominee to a
sltion la the same agen-
cj was Harold F Under,
,, ty President Kennedy to
serv< president and chairman
pint Import Bank's board
ira
Thi Senate paid no attention to
ler'a significant involve-
th racism as one of its
ctive foea.
Wr binder left his investment
,'-: ard bicker*.e business
ir lc.'r tc hclo rescue refuses
from H tlerism. A Brooklyn na-
tive o Jewish faith, then 38 years
^- age ha responded to a request
frerr r'e Joint Distribution Com-
mittM *o aid ro*en'i.-| victims of
Naiitm. As a volunteer, he went
to Austria shortly ai.tr Naii an-
oesa'icn and helped Jews escape.
I ng in direction of the. In
mental Committee on
-. in Evian. Prance, he
i d plans to move .- many
. es a- p )--:!)' from the
-;> He as isl d in the
ion ol the i Qordinating
fo.im i, headed b) M Paul
i oi .. rtu .. lives
more th in compassion
ition ll demanded or
nal ski nil an .i erna-
le n ler, according to
JiK' s ees, worked quietly.
n i calm devotion bul
entirely without personal pub-
licity.
He searched the world for coun-
tries that would accept Jewish
refugees. Many nations barred
their entrance Time was grow-
ing short. Concentration camps
grew more crowded.
Mr Linrier went twice to even
so remote a place as the Domin-
ican Republic in the Caribbean
His delegation arranged tor s
tabushmeni of a refuge? col
The settlement is today the t wm
of S-isua.
Mr. Linrier has written no mem-
oirs cr bocks about his activities
He spent much of 1938 and 1939
in London, organizing and plan-
ning. In 1940, Hitler's forces
swarmed over Europe. The JDC
and Mr. Linrier went on striving
to rescue and resettle men, wom-
en, and children. To whom else
could th* harassed refugee turn?
In 1941 Mr Under became
chairman of the vital JDC K.
nanci Committee Dollars meant
lives Refugees trickling oui I
Europe, Where and when they
could, fell th.- i;r-- touch of kind-
ness and relief from the orcu: is
tion the) came to know a-
"Joint."
Whan America went to war,
Under joined the i nited States
Nav) li. became a commander
attached to the Bureau of Ord
nance and the Secretary of the
Navy's o.fice lor procurement
and material
Ne ir the end of 1944, wh -. mil-
i ary victor; came in sight, h-
obtained ihe permission of
l S. Go\ nmenl i return I the
lull-time t inteer task
refugees Short 1) before Get
mam 's defeat, he went to I on ion
lo serve a- volutitw i re resi
l|v< ol the JDi u. h th Repara
lions Commission and the Ini
; nm la I m i itte
He w.-rked with I'M: '
i thei tups
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At the war's end came the mas-
sive task of gathering and aiding
the pitiful remnants A leader of
the Internationa! Refugee Organi-
zation. Mr. Linder participated in
the first tortuous negotiations
with the Russians to follow the
war. Moscow arbitrarily de-
man..'el the enforced repatriation
of thousands of displaced per.-on-
ol Soviet origin, Included w?re
many Jews who had no w ish I
turn to the Soviet Union Mr I
and his associates success
fully fought Moscow's deman
Much of the work in which Mr.
Linder took part is described in
"The Saving Remnant," by Her-
bert Agir, a narrative of JDC op-
erations. Tf-e JDC depended on
secrecy in order to effect its res-
cues. Mr. Linder is still reluc-
tant tcc'ay, in 1961, to discuss his
dramatic role.
Mr. Lin - ice. in th< negotiations in Swe-
den with the late Count Folke
<:< -nadotte in the closing months
the war Bernadotte's inter-
cession was -ought in order to
attempt a .stop in the senseless
mass murders conducted by the
< >rmans until the very end.
When he assumed duties a- head
of the Export-Import Bank. Mr
Linder relinquished his position
.i- vice chairman of the JDC. This
was to avoid any question of con-
flicl of a i ests He simultane-
ously resigne a- president of the
<; neral American Investors Com
of New York in I he ;' i
of directors of several business
concerns
He is devoted to helping,
through the facilities of the bank,
the legitimate aspiration- of all
nations. Among these peoples are
hungry and underprivileged Mos-
lems whose friendship i> .sought
by' the free world
Just as he aided co-religionists
in their darkest hour, Mr. Linder
is eager to use the bank to imple-
ment the new Administration's
objectives of building internation-
al amity and cooperation in Asia,
Africa, Latin America, and else-
where.
He is no strangi I high level
1 lent service In 1952 he
served under the Truman Admin-
istration as Assistant Secretary of
State for Economic Affairs He
was called back to Washington by
the Eisenhower Administration in
1955 to be a member of the Board
of National Estimates of the Cen-
tral Intelligence Agency
Since 1955. Mr Linder devoted
most of his time to voluntary
work in the field of education and
to his own business affair.-- He
was treasurer and chairman of
the Finance Committee of Prince-
ton University's institute for Ad-
vanced Study He also served as
a director of the Institute for In-
ternational Education, and an ac-
tive member of the Council on
Foreign Relation.-.
Morocco Press Resumes Angry
Drive Against Jewish Community
PARIS (JTA) A renewed
campaign against Moroccan Jewry
ha.- been started in the Moroccan
press, which carries a report that
about 120 Jews ha\e allegedly leit
Morocco since ihe recent death oi
King Mohammed V. it was report-
ed here from Casablanca
Newspapers in Morocco unfriend-
ly to Jews are blowing up this re-
port saying that the emigrated
Jew- are now in Marseilles Even
one of the government newspapers
joined in the anti-Jewish noise
charging the Jews with "betraying
their homeland "
The renewed anti-Jewish cam-
paign coincided with the arrival
in Morocco of Abdel Khalek Has-
socma, secretary-general of the
Arab League, who was recieved
by K;r3 Hassan II the new rul-
er. Reports reaching here from
Morocco state that the young
Moroccan King proposed to th#
Arab league leader that the next
meeting of the Arab League b> j
held in Morocco. The latter wai
understood to have accepted tha
proposal.
Meanwhile, the League official
declared in an interview with the
Istiqlal party newspaper, Al Alam,
that the recent Baghdad confer-
ence had shown that the Arabs
were now able "to challenge Is-
rael ."
He also said tne League was con-
sidering organization of a confer-
ence of Arab leaders but gave no
furrier detail-.
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Friday, March 24. 193]
UN Group in Anti-Discrim'nation Resolution
The Sheiaton-Tel Aviv, a 200-room luxury hotel on the shore
ol the Mediterranean, has its orand openina this month. The
f.rst overseas hotel of the vast Sheraton system, which operates
57 major hotels in the United States and Canada, the Sheraton-
Tel Aviv also is the first hotel in Israel to be run by an Amer-
ican chain. Bequn several years ago by Israeli developers, the
structure has been completed by a group of American busi-
nessmen who formed the Hotel Corp. of Israel. Because of the
great influx of tourists to the new nation in recent years. Shera-
ton already is planning an additional 200 rooms. The hotel,
which is adjecent to Tel Aviv's lovely Independence Park left
above), not only offers beach privileges but has its own big
lree-form swiming pool. Completely air-conditioned the Shera-
ton-Tel Aviv has a specialty restaurant, the Maccabean room,
leaturing both Kosher and continental cuisine- a night club
called the Magic Carpet; a large ballroom which can accom-
modate up to 800; a quain: sidewalk cafe; and an elegant shop-
ping arcade.
Former Grid Star Named Director
Sid Greenspan, formei lay camp for children at the W
sity of Miami Hurru in 5W 8th
er. h* been named direct -
Mollie Kahaner Dinner
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of
Beth Torah Congregation will have
it- tir-t family dinner in the
social hall Sunday from 1:30 to
7pm
- ': i Moss,
ov ner-dt" pers ..... coun-
try club, said all fai ti >f the
flub would be available t i children
enrolled in the camp
Greenspan played for the Hur-
ricanes in 1952 and 1953
UNITED NATIONS FTA) A
res !u-. >n calling for the res :u
ing .a disc riminat rj i which
perpetuate awkeia* *rejud*j ad
religious discrimination, was unan-
imously adopted by the I nited Na-
tions Commission on Human Rights
which is now in session here \n
amendment by Fran,
amble proposing .i specific refer-
ence to "manifestations f anti-
Semitism" was also a-pr it The
amendment was supported by tie
United Stati lelegate
The iperative part ifthe 11 >pted
ied by
India, ul I have IN f
mic and Social C turn tl ask
eral Assembly 11
"1. Invite the governments of
all slates, socialized agencies
and non-governmentai and pri-
vate ot ganixations to continue to
make sustained efforts to educate
public opinion with a view to the
eradication of racial preiueice
and national and religious intol-
erance and the elmination of all
undesirable influences promoting
these, and to make appropriate
measures so that education may
be directed with due regard to
the Universal Declaration of Hu-
man Rights.
"2. Call upon the it ts if
a 11 states i take all tie tssarj
steps to rescind d a i imin i' irj
laws which have cre-
ating and perpetuating racial pre-
judice and national ai religious
ranee wheret er
exist I > adopt leg
for pr hibitin | -
to take su
or other appropriate measures l
combat such prejudic an i
eran< -
"3. Recommen I to t he jo<
ments >t all states t i Use turage 11
every possible way the crea
igation and lisseminatton, in!
whatever form, ol such prejudu
and intolerances.
Invite the specialtied
- and non imental organ*
:".> with gov-
ernment* of s?i!es In trfci? *f: His
aimed at the prevention and eradi-
cation of racial prejudice and na-
ti inal and rel 4:>'.:; intolerti
Earlier, the Commission adopt-
ed a resolution requesting all
states to observe a Freedom-
from Prejudice and Discrimi-
nation Year and Day. The reso-
lution, as adopted, combines the
dra*t resolution sponsored by Irv
cia. Afghanistan and Pakistan
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poking around the Kitchen, making the horseradish and the Choradus putting on me
new suit ot clothes a-d shoes pockets full ot hazel nuts and almonds aniwusiy
waiting tor the Seder to stirt Uncle l& ind Aunt Sadie were always late the whole
family together Grandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair beside
him Grandma ti'ed a'ter baking and cooking all day but "Mi Matcha" my queen ie
called her the K ddusti and then my turn tor "Ma Nisntanao" and the answer gi.wi
with Grinjpj s voice ringing out over all the first half of the HagaSa* almost over
even the bitter he-bs taste! so good Passover it was always strong all were com
pelted to eat if otherwise we cou'd not get the hard boiled egg and salt water mi
then the meal nobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandma we ate and
ate and then the Benchen" arj the rest of the HmmM and some more cups ji
wine and the opening ot the door and the stories of how in the old country someone
tightened the whole rant ly by appearing at that door but best of all the songs with
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in Egypt .:. ;.'. name of Cod. "And
ye shall *;.m hyssop, and dip it in
the Moo:, that :s in thi basin and
trike the lintel and the two side-
posts with the blood that is in the
basin, ar.d none of you shall go out
of the door of his house until morn
int For th( Lord will pass through
to smite the Egyptians, and when
He seeth the blood upon the lintel
and on the two side-posts, the Ixird
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I, > Milxval
i Mr anl Mi M I
.-'>
BETH EL. 5C SW 17th |v(. OrthedO*
Rabbi Soiomcn Schiff.
Si rn i
Thi
m Sal in I..
i ; .. Sabbath
RABEI MAURICE KLEIN
. lev* Jewish home
BETH EMETH. 122^; *.'W 2nd |Vt
Conarrvative. Rabbi David W. Her-
on. Canter Hyman Fin.
I j Srrmoti "!'h i ii. .t'
- ii. s.
'I'h. Harblnki r '. i Good
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralrlc ave. Or
thodoi Rabbi H. loui* Rottman
Sat irdaj : .. m Sirmon "Weeklj
p. pi Howard Rleni nf< Id, Di \ lit
will rissov your bouses to smite you." "n'" "'' -!_ll _e
Now. why did God require th< sptcial distinguishing marks of blood *,T,H o^thoo^'x. 3Rabbi Tlb"ph8t0eVnn
on the two side posts on every Jewish door"1 Surely God does not need
Cantor Maurice Mamchei.
BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr.
R.itbi Harold Richter.
Ki i.i\ i i in >' i" ii n Sean ii n
:'..r LtnvrD." ~ rdaj a.m I "
Mltz> St-vi-n,


il \i and m-
139 NW 3rd ave
Sapero. president.
sp moanuiL Hi will net suffer the destroyer to come into your house?"
Who is ;h destroyer? Dei- no* the Haggadah solemnly declare that it
was <:> < himself, not an angel, nor a messenger who smote the tir born ;r the land ol Egypt?
Thi special Haftorah assigned tor this particular Sabbath and the _ETH pAPMA*L
reason irr the selection of Chapter 3 from the Prophet Malachi contain ortneocx juiiui
in my opion the answer to our question, we recite this particular chap-
ter on Shabbat Hagadal because of the unique message which reads:
Behold I will send Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great
and'rirea.lul day of the Lord; And he shall turn the heart of fathers to
the children, acd the heart ol the chldren to their fathers The prophet
Malachi visualized a perfect world when we shall witness the unity and
return of children to fathers The completeness of the Jewish home,
which bears the seed of the highest form of sanctity and has the possi-
bility to eserciSI the mo.-t powerful influence upon our future genera
lions, is truly dramatized at the annual family festivalthe solemn yet
foyou! Seder night.
\1 haelu
Thi tTUt ,'iwi-h hrmi is :hi hope for .'i*.-h survival against the c0NGregat>'^n 'eTF chaim. 1544
decay of < and indifferencethe destroyer With it. Judaism wasn,r.eton ave orthodox. Rabbi
has always been able to defend itself against the onslaughts of an out-! Abraham suassteid.
side hostlli ui t'c Bui whir, decaj enters (hi portals ol the Jewi.-h coral way jewish center.
GEMS OF WISDOM
Cl "J r''C r.:rjhi; >^
ugh 11
...... : ..-:
- rha-Shu K ibbah,
\\ ...:, fit com his (>od u 'uu'i
Dehanm Rabbah. :. 16
* *
Hi.. Istui i li^i sand' A 11
:h< d'ggesl j pit data 111
ihe 1 i' fmdesi il filUd up
.1 ti II :, lth I "-< I
Pesikta Bubcr. 1J9
* *
Thi U tholl 'i'l hurdfn thy hfjr:
against th) poor brother If you do
not gin :. him m die end" von ittll
iu-. 1 .'. recetl r in him.
S;tr< on Deuteronomy, lln
wocd. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
R;t-d Samuel Lerer.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Cha
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromslt
Cantor Oavlo Conviser.
v v i> 111 Si rmi How 1 -
mla 1 M. ..'.- a 1, ,4 pichi Vtralnul Pharaoh In the
TAventleth 1 r; Saturdaj
., .. Rai Mltsvah Oarj. on nf Mr,
and Mr Htiward H M1II.1
BETH TF'LAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Ratbi Joseph E Rackovsky
_ .-----
BETH TORAH -64th st. and NE 11th
ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirachen
baum
p v in s. rmoi ''You Hav<
More than >n> C .: 1 1 1 ""
Baa M tavi da f Mi
.imi Mr- 'i. r..: Saturdaj I
Bar .M 1 '' -x'" "
Mr- Mill I Li lai i. "on ol
Mr an i Mi> >):: ) Pnllai '<:V
Qai f Mr and Mm r
' ti
homt I 1 .- away at the vitals of our fa.th.
8T55 Svn 'ft* St.. Miami Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Canter Gershon Levin.
... -. n: rh< \ -0
lut) .;.: thi
Ir-.u Pi tl iturda a ni to 1
Mluval tit. son of Mr a\ 1 Mm
1
By tABB' SAMUEL J. FOX

Wtij* $ tfte e-icn a*a rrttnirg of
fha txprtssion Nibcl Peh?
? fCUl
Levit icus
;,.... efers ti asciv-
i..-:k emarkf In
, \ ^peecl In the oj ioi
ade
.-...> acts but als
kf

Why .f it cu**0rrary to blow the
S"cfar e-i Friday **femoon be-
fore Hie Sabbath begins in cit-
ies in l$rae.?
r
~-.. td in co-
opt
- -..
? Da' Hcrron
row
Ri--. Da^ d Hc:a
-..,: M .
Ral Schiff
" ..
the Shofar for
\hiseusl
Tali: I Sukkah 53 R The ong-
inal :.' wa u blow six
thru oi thin-; wen :u announce to
tru community that it was time to
cease any form of labor The next
three were blown to divide the Holy
Sabbath from the secular week
It being tht ease as far back as the
Biblical days, "hat any important
announcement was made via the
blast of th Shofar. the tradition of
blowing tht Shofar to announce the
coming of the Sabbath is simply
practice:! in Babylonia However
it was discontinued later on be-
cause of the fact tha; Jews found
themselves in cities which were
predom.nantiy settled by non-Jews;
where;,.- ir. Israel there are pre-
dominantly Jewish cities
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 14C1 NW 183rd at. Con-
ier\at ve Rabti Max Zucker. Cantor
Emanue' Mande'.
Si-rmcn ):
ii,. 1, Sattirda'
.1.
- ----
PLAGlER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st r1
Conservative Canter Fred Bernstcn
> 1 rVrnioi
! ... Mll/v .
>
- -----
HE ERF- v. AC ADEN 918 Sth at. Or-
thodox Ratt a \araer G-ess.
Hll'.ca- B>ca-QaiM 'F^'-'SM CON
GREOATCN. '150 W 68th st.. Hia-
tati
-
LYWOOO 'EVPLE SlNAi 1801
Johnson : C- tervativa. R a 1
Ta. ,- Bhac re Canter Yehuoah
He ibrai -
ISRAEL TE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Consarvativa. Rat-i" Mcitcr
Ma'avsKv Canto- Lows Cohen
......
-
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox Rabbi Davd Lehrfield
Canter Abranam Seit
i-i
-. eat S ath
----
MiAVl HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional.
I--- Ida '; p.ni Saturdaj -
11. "Important Pas ver Lawa."
----- .------
SOUTHWEST CENTER 643S SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
r"i'ii..\ in s, 1 moil "The (7reai
Sabbal -n 1 Mat1< Hlaton "' R
Shaboal h,-is Mr and Mra Charles
tCaterman In onor "f new datsghtor
Sal irda.. '" m.
Why is it traditionally required for
every Jew to review the bibli-
cal portion of the week twice
reading from the biblical He-
brew text .nd once r.^djn, I "tJ-^AOY^Y^U^ I
from the Aramaic translation? K'i s < Rcrmon: "Th, March to 1
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence
-----
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 170t Washinfl-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine.
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.

TEMPLE iSRkli 137 11R 1?th St.
Re'crm. Rabo Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornatein.
s. 1111..11 .1, In thi
w \ 1 >nti nni.-il Tribute "
K. 1 ; M W. Oraff
TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris SKop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb
c, ,;.,, |5 p m s. moo 1- Man
Ev Tr u Mturda> |;"
Mluval Br 1 mn ol Mr and Mra.
Ioki 1 h Mi TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at.
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram-
cvvitz Cantor Edward Klein.
----- ------
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombero.
. ;, -i, >. 1MI..H "Thi Sabbath
.... -, rda> )" .1 "i Rai
a Blt< r, win -f Mi md Mra

TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 1Mb ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wa'lach.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 5
F ,-- noo Way. Conservative. RahBl
Lep "M".
in -. rmon 11
:.'!'
.,. \\ U'
... ,
- ----
-EVPLE 2AMOR. 44 Zamcra '
^ t -trrvative. RabMi B. Leon Hurw tz.
, r- I
M topli .l-.-i-l
the Civil Wai Sal
1,1 Mlta> ah Sti |ihi .1 -'*
1 Mrs vbraham K

TfriE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
ma- Cantor Jacob Goldtarb.
s.i 11 rta> : '
n Rai M laval 1 na! <
rl Mrs Conrad Kahn
----
TiFFRETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Can-
tor Albert Giant*
-' 1 I epaiing
... pa mm 1 > ini 1 Shabbai hontai
Mr and Mrs Ja-K Ri rki In hon
..... m tin ild
Pavld to Mis* Suaan Llbbj Hi
siaturd .1 "i Bi rmon: "Thi 1
~ l.hth Rai Mlti> .'i 1 -"" "'
Mi ,,.,,: \ii- llornard Qerat
YEHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwv. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmeti. Cantor Morris Bergsr.
I ,i |.|5 ,, ... s.Tin..11 "Clrhmann a
s;.-1 r.i.n I 1 in Bar Mltn in
Ricky, n of Mr biiiI Mr- Adolph
i-y. Idel

VOUNO ISRAEL. 880 N 171st at.
Orthcfix. RaoM aharwha Staubae.
1 .v^-, ,n>i ,-, mnili a die Some claim that it is representa
reading of the synagogue there is
the reader who reads and the con-
gregation who listens, pin- a trans-
lator who would originally read
aloud the Aramaic translation.
Others claim that this was done
so that every Jew would become
proficient in the knowledge of the
Scriptures iLebushi.
rn
Sat.iril;>>
Cr<;it dictionary born, known after-
wards as Ben Yehuda .- dictionary.
Twentv six years after the death
of Ben Yehuda, the State of Israel
arost and Hebrew became the lan-
guagt of 'h country. The dream
of Ben Yehuda was realized
(Published by Bnt Ivnt Olan-.it)
TEMPLE BETh A'/,. *90 N. Kendall
dr., a Mian-,. ReTorm Raebi Heroert
Baumoard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
Fri 'ax i IS p Sermofj; "sihali Jews
Heed Ihe Ca ol RHh Oraham-?" Bat-
urda) Bar Mltavah: Michael,
Ml B>ll Mrs Sam Stark; Jud,
eon of Mi and Mrs Barva) Manns.
-----a
TEMPLE BETH EL OF MOLLV
WOOD 1S51 S. 14 avs. Reform
Rabbi San-uel Jafte.
------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Molly
jsnuuMiiiiimr"
I i: lilTO
^
CANDUUGHTING Jim
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Friday. March 24
National ZOA Leaders Meet
To Adopt Priority Programs
NEW YORK (JTA>Plans for
extensive activities in the fields
<;f Hebrew education and partici-
pation :n communal affairs were
a.cpted here at the conclusion of
the four-day meelins of the natio-
nal executive council of the Zionist
Organization of America.
A resolution was adopted to con-
vene a national conference lr the
promotion of the teaching of He-
brew, with the participation of out
standing < ducators ai rs in
the coun'ry, i >l 11 r r
( led for tl e esta I -hment '-! lea-
dership traini and the
creation \ ki corps
to dr.-.'. n the tal Is of the j
i generation.
The ZOA leaders also adopted
a resolution to establish a com-
rr.is'on tc deal with the develop-
ment of a unified representative
crganization to speak as the cen-
tral authority for American Jew-
ry; the wider ,np cf the scope of
Jewish community councils to
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Nightly except Sunday
embrace all aspects of local Jew-
ish community life; support of
Jewish day schools as the most
effective educational media for
Jewish survival; and a more
equitable distribution of the com-
muiai income for Jewisn activi-
ties with a view towards securing
fair allocation for Jewish educa-
tion, schools and Hebrew culture.
Another resolution called for th<
promo ;un ol one or two-year studs
<.r v !:. | r grama for young adult'
in Israel and !te stimulation
: t in aliyah
pic. This n lu-
ion also I th< promt tioi ol
ZOA Isri
\ : the session, Dr
Emanual \"i un ann, i reside nt of
thi v. : leration ol General
Zioni ts urged [h< v.. rican Zion-
ist move: en! "to abandon, once
and for all, apologetic and defen-
sive attitudes and resume a vigo-
counter-offensive again.-t all
enemies and traducers oi whatever
.-'ripe within and without the Jew
i-li fold."'
Dr Neumann stated that he has
confidence n President Kennedy's
letermination to deal with "the
Osive situation in the Middle
vigorous!) and constructive.
|y. "But." h. ., tk d, "U must be
said thai linn presses and the tide
ol events moves on relentlesslj
The issue oi peace in the Middle
as) merits a position oi high pri-
ority and calls lor Presidential
initiativi al the earliest possible
ent.'1
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Tolnei Social Club holds its fourth annual Purim parly at the
Delmonico hotel to form a scholarship at the Kfar Silver Agri-
cultural Traininq School in Ashkelcn. Israel, in memory of Dr.
Abraham Orlick. first president of the club. Left to riqht is
Mortimer May, past national president of the Zionist Orqaniza-
tlon of America, which maintains the Kfar Silver School, re-
ceiving a check horn Nathan Badct. treasure: of the Tolner
Social Club. Looking on is Max Fierman, chairman of the
party, and Sam Rappaport, vice president of the club. Seated
deft to right) are Mrs. Abraham Otchet, secretary, and Mis.
Lucia Orlick, widow of the late honoree. Not shown is Joseph
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Mortimer May, of Nashville. Tenn.. past national president;
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Page 13-C
Do Civil Servants Specialize in Drinking Tea?
By ELIAHU SALPETER
I SALEM i-'TAi That
..in job of civil servant- i>
na -till is a standard job in
i.., 'ino average Israeli be-
lieve* that the civil service is
0 large, 'hat there is wide-
. ;i d "featherbedding," and
Itimatelj he not only has
or all this but also suffers
the overgrown bureaucracj
he has to deal with some
imenl department.
So doubt there was consider
-itu.it.on for the develop-
this feeling in the ttrsl
: it at eb I; howi i
. re al > some particular
that ited to this
Even nati >n. after gain-
ependence i- somewhat
tit how i

.I an I .
le it i [Uires
net undei |
- has
;.
emb

With a new party taking over a
Ministry, jobs were soon found
for some supporters of the party.
-idiKh has, 'it cotVae, b*as
changed in this respect during
the recenl years. There is a Civil
Service I onmission which is in
charge of ail the employees in all
(i ivernmeni Ministries. Employ-
ment of any n< w dvil servant is
supposed to be made only on the
basi> i f tenders first published
and opet. t,> civil servants, who
want to change posts, and later
opened to the public New em-
ployees are accepted only on the
basis ''. Civi Service examina-
tions h eh are supervise i by
public con es indepi i I
the Govei
By and large, these measures,
have made the lower and medium
Ions of the Israel Civil Ser-
fairly independent of party
influence. If the public is not ful-
ly convinced of this, it 15 due
partly to the fact that, from time
to time, stories appear about
l where conditions for high
posts in thr (, vemment are
"fixe in such a way to make
them fi: a specific applicant who
has "pro ekzia" 1 ir that job.
Bern" quite tensitiv < ibout Go-
vern ireaucracj the Is
lit alu ays aw .. .ith il re-
imis-
I th :. I
U. S. Delegation Seeks vo Eliminate
New Israel-Arab Discussion at UM
mission has jusl been published,
and it spuws that the centers!
G ivernmeni has now 62,000 em-
ploj es, as con pared h ith -*?>.
000 eight year- ago. This does not
include the Army.
However, while the number of
Government employees increased
by about 33 percent during this
period, so did Israels population;
as a result, the ratio of civil ser-
vants to the total population re-
- the same: 2.9 percent.
During the last fiscal year, it
cost 265.6 million Israeli pounds
($143,736,003) to pay the salaries
of the civil servants. More than
one-forth, 26.5 percent, was spent
on the wages of teachers and
others employed in the fields of
education and culture. Getting
the mail, the parcels and the ca-
bles to their destination required
11.2 percent of all the salaries,
making the Ministry of Finance-
with all its tax collectors, inspec-
tors and customs officialsand by
the Ministry of Communications.
It is interesting I 1 note th it tho
salaries of the State Comptrol-
ler's Office amount to almost one
percent of all the G >v eminent
employee-' salaries, while the
salaries of the 16 Cabinet mem-
ber- amount to 0 '. percent of the
total Government wages.
According to the report. Israel
has 124 Judges, in addition to 79
ral bis sittii on the Rabbiniol
C< urts. The G lent employs
more than 600 doctor-. 300 law-
yer-. ::>') engii ind 235 pe >
; le "journalist- '
he beii mployees of I i
Government Inl
\ u es, Press Off ei ai 1
departments, et< very few of
w hom an irnalists
1 XITE1 \ [(>\
\, .. 1 h. The r.atui
N'a'ior.* has intci ,
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.... .1.,-.,, 1 ] rent veyed
Nations Gei :' :,:',! ""' "

\: n deles 1 I ild
v'-' -'> "' eral A.....r .1> S i< h a deb:,
Minis ries foreseen w hi n le Asseml <
di
th
for Palestine Refugees which is on
the a gen ...
scuss the report ol the director oi tj Jewish Telegraph!. Agencj that
e in Reliei and Works Agencs 'h^y will continue their behind-the-
While some of the Ministries,
like the Treasury, Defense, La- -- -- ~ '/ scene efforts At the sai
j ~.,.. k. Prim. |ur Palestine Refugees which is on z r' rtl me >anu l,m''
bor, and, of course, the Prime ^ ^ th(.v expresse(| pessimism on the
Minister's Office, stayed in Ma- outcome, and indicated that a de-
pai hands during all these years, Arab delegations, it is under- hate on the Palestine refugees IS-
other Ministries changed "party stood, have indicated to the Amer .,. should be expected unless the
hand*' when the composition of u.m delegation tha: they might be attitude of both the Arab delega-
Government coalitions changed, willinc to forego a debate providing tions and the Israelis are changed ,
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Jen it fhrii; ir
Friday. March 24, 195]
Jewish Survivors of War Brutality
Testify at Trial of Estonian Nazis
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duction of "Esther" ct Jot dan Maish Monday
are (standing' Mesdames Mar SokolofJ Hi
Paul, Bernard Fl Joseph Scopp Sidney-
Schwartz. William Broui x Haber,
Milton Schiifman, Irvin Porter, Gladyh Di
On chair are Mr. Sidney Schwa::: and Mrs
Bukst I Seated on I
Dixon. Also in cast were Mi
Mrs. Ah ; itz, Mrs "... '
and Mi >re Hirsch
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Eichmann Counsel Raps TV Plans
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JERUSALEM JTAi Dr be beneath the The
Robert Servatius, tin- West G *''" '"""' v-r ''
attorney who will defi Vd It
Eichmann n the Nazi's ti here
next month, expressed strong >b-
jections this week to plans i tele-
vise the trial procee ku-
He said thai witnesses, rea
in the publicity in oeing teli i
would exaggerate their roles ii
European holocaust as well j. their
claims and charges agains: the
former Gestapo! i
cting t h e extern
00 Jew in Eur pe Br
Attorney General Gideon Haus-
ner, who will direct the prosecu-
tion, replied that the pretence of
(he cameras would actually force
witnesses to think twice before
speaking. Noting that the Nurem-
berg frals had been filmes, the
Attorney General said that the
Eichmann trial, as an event of
great historical significance, re-
quired being recorded on film.
Sixth Burea its, it was dis
i. have pared charts il
t.ie Nazi
from those prep ired for
in oi .!<:' to pi event ittemi -
i isoi ng th risoner
FLORIDA
up ti.,. subject al a pr. eel ,. h role
iiiii < V\ f K.. tU... ... i i >
ing with the thn
sil al the trial. Dr S i -
tended I the ti
Going to Cincinnati?

and his contact?
Mull; '. Jei
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tvner Levy, who ated him.
naan was
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1361
Five Mysterious Fires at Seminary
Saturday, he received ,< Jj
warning him: This ls r;.thm '
Beware. The rest is iu CJnie y*
KEW YORK (WNS) Five last two weeks, and the poliee we the neighborhood oi ant. S< smitism
aa puzzled bv the vandalism as are as a possible motivation. RaDDi ai
nhvrflj. head "t the -<
teystenous tires have struck one
r<*th hmidin r* th* Rabbinical i tbe officers oj the seminary and raham Ginsberg, heafl m in* -
Hills section of Queens within the In view ol denial bv people in the fires o antibcmiiK
tber teenagers or adults. How shortly after the fourth
. ,, he hinted at that possibility
h(. disclosed that the syna-
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,he targets ol youthful ani.-Sem.trs fh(i ce m
vhl, ,hreu egga on the setoup fto-csQcS guard at the"eiS"
.,u. .! pawled the words A|^ .JPfiTit w.^2g
Jews Gel Oul ,hat the Queens Distric kttorw!
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Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Fnday. March 24. 1961
Section D
Mrs. Sam Sklar and Dr. Ben Fabric, president of Temple Ner
imid, shown durinq the dedication of the Ner Tamid Ark in
memory of the late Sam Sklar, a founder of the Temple. Seat-
ed are Mrs. Nathan Rottenberg and Mrs. Maurice Zaretsky.
Dedication
At Ner Tamid
Attracts 1.500
Some 1,500 persons attended the
dedication of ihe new sanctuary at
Temple Ner Tamid las) week.
Principal speaker was noted
news commentator Gabriel Heat-
ter Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spir-
itual leader of .Nit Tamid. offici
ated
Co-chairmen were Ezra Finegold
and Maurice Zaretsky. Dedicated
were Ihe follow ing
The main sanctuary, seating
l '! -i- an l thi Louis and
I tol ie Coh n Chap< I. with an ad
ditional seats tor 300.
Th< e Ark in memorj
the la;.' San sk .. if the
founders oi Ner Tamid.
A stained glass window unveil-
ed '.: [. \ i : ate lr\ ll g
1 irrej.
T.vo mi,'/./.i- or. '-.. dorp i-'-.
presei ted l IVilli im .1 ii..r
ris an,! Nathan Rottenberg.
The pulpits were presented by
former Surfside Mayor E
S< hwarz and Mr- Schuarz.
Theme from 'Exodus" depicts a Jewish eider who assists a
youth as he dons his phylacteries. Artist is Miami Beachite
Morris Rossein.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou:3 Cohen are congratulated by Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz deft) on the occasion of the dedication of the Louis and
Goldie Cohen Chapel. Right is Dr. Ben Fabric, president.
Council of Jewish Federations, Welfare
iFunds Names 3 Miamians to Committee

Miamians ia\ Seen ap
i:\ajor of the
: .1. wi&h : "atl >:i- and
I Linds
( Myers, a former
lational p and a
of Miami
Federal las been ap-
i to the i m Israel
Stanlej < !i serve
Publ i w- U immittee
th ation'a
piai | r mittee
a !( derat I i i i president
ri to the n Commit
Leadersl I ipment
i am mber ol
. Federatii ird ol go*
and Ex< i nittee
'Y' Juniors Will
Have Model Seder
Passover will I ill by
1 inior and I after ichool
' I * HA Branch
boys and girl ar i >usilj at
preparing tor the coming
> celebration through songs,
discusiiona a :'t art.- and
projects depicting the Exo-
T,'ey will have a model Seder at
"V" on Apr. 4 a' 330 p.m.
Th > Nal mmittee on Lead-
, rsl el pmenl is responsible
: cal efl rl to re-
., i ra leaders I r
lewLsh < Gaps in
lead i ranks in recent years
mak I riorit) CJFWF
proji
ji,. k Welfare
:. assumed gr
increase in
public health
,.- rhe commit-
i d, vel ipments,
concentra leg slative mat-
;,.,-. earing on
ire Hind ai
;n,.. immendati ins
I encot
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own
! i .in [sra : n es
tween the \
can mity and the
agenci [sra nrhii carry on
ne fare programs
they support.
The committee's main responsi-
bilities are to facilitate exchange
f in| .1 between American
and Israel, leaders and to assure
the m t effective utilization of
Ami' ihilanthropic fund- in
Israel.
Beach Lodge Will
Install Officers
Newly-elected officers a:'d trus-
tees i i l".n.ii B'rith Miami Beach
Lodge will be installed at a banquet
on Sunday, Apr 30, at '.he Algiers
hotel.
Officers are irving >cnatzman.
president; Theodore M Truahin.
pTesideAt-elect; Samuel Werner.
Jack \ t iseph L Goddman,
vice presidents; Ben Sine, record
ing secretary; Melvin Richardson,
financial secretary; Harry Altman,
treasurer; Herbert L. Heiken and
Edward li I.--, in, moml irs; Max
M Frie Iman ; v.J Ben Let
guardians; Abraham Swartz and
Ben MoskowitZ, ward'
Trustees are .lack M Pink,
George Kronengold, Michael Sossic
William Agranove, Harry B. Rog-
ers, Gershon s. Miller, Paul Seider-
man. Edwin Marner. William Born-
stein and Milton Kahn.
Jack Fink was chairman of the
nominating committee. The Miami
Beach Lodge met Wednesday eve-
rum; at the Algiers hotel to cele-
brate the 47th wedding anniversary
of Ro-e and Irving Schatzman,
newly elected president.
Guest speaker was Alex Gordon,
V.iAi' County Commissioner, and
cantor Hirsch Adler and Joseph
Shreibman, music direct >r of Tern-
pie Emanu-EI, presented a pro-
im of s ngs
Beachite Sculpts
Out of Sense
Of What's Riqht
Mcrns Ros-i f 1271 i -"
. Beach, is a
lie came hi n < rt years a50
Island 1 '
st of his if* New
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5 retired. Ros-
; -: an; iss g >w 11
He is an
culpt It all happem this
a .. y .
Two years a Ml Si 1 ii H is-
pital began to h mor its I
mi imi of th i .....
who ga< fts of I
to the er<
facility overlooking Biscayne Baj
Hon r- : Ie i a sculpte I lust >l
eacn I thi I 1
"I was inspired," Rosse'n ex-
plain:', "by this outpouring of
philanthropy. I was also in-
trigued by Ihe busts, which awak-
ened m me the desire to do
something creative."
The next thing Rnss knew, he
'was on hii own He
I never had any a.-: and
t still w iri mai ily froi
; and a sense ol is a isthetically
During tl ast two ye irs, he
has produce ma tj I n elj
among them a bea I ul cast of a
, 1 youth as
he don- his ph> lat I
.- a reproduct) >r if 1 theme in
Exodui," b\ Le>n I ris
Alpha Omega fo Meet
Alpha Omega memoers will
meet for brunch on Sunday from
111) a.m. to noon at the Deauvdle
hotel, with Dr Lawrence Krasne
a charge of arrangements
Mew Youth Club at T
A new program for b >j 1
girls of juni ag< seventh
lr ... zh ninth zra Ie has
)fMHA Bran :h,
y 1 \ 11 cl la
-' i lub are n im (regu-
lar": there. Thi rogra n
athleti a< I < ties, socia ,
1
: even: cha
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Zionist Youth
Camp Revealed
S ithern Zionist Youth ( im-
5 n ".as rented a camp in Hen-
lersonville X. C. 1.......
I 1961 with an option to buj ic
to Gil Rappaport and Mrs
lerald Soltz, Greater Miami Camp
.Judaea coordinators To be k
.1- Camp Ju iaea, it covers 33 acres
has some of the best camping
in he South.
ins call tor two three v
- -- is the first, June 20 I > July
second, July it to Jul;
according to Mervyn Berrir: of At-
. I 1 director ot the Southern
Zion st Youth Commission C
en do not have be registered
lers 01 a v tung Judae 1 .
or of the Souther:. Zionist Youth
1 ission, but mu-'t be betw i a
the ages I 9 and 15
The camp is locate I six '" !S
Hendersonville, on the Hen-
dersonville-Charlotte highway 14,
d^A :.- 26 miles from Ashi vil
There are a private lake gj m 1
sium, a theatre, an infirmary, arts
and crafts building.
handball and tennis courts There
ar. also areas for baseball, golf,
volley ball, badminton, hors -
archery and croquet The camp
ha> a complete electrical system.
Further details may be obtau I
trorr! Zvi Berger, Bureau of Jew
ish Education.
Senior Citizens
In Lunch Here
A,-. :.:. '\ atioi ig Senior Cil
Clubs of 'he creat;-!- Miami
i ommunity Center i^ the
neuly formed Ladies Auxiliary of
the Golden Age Friendshp club of
[he Miami VMHA Bra
The group, recently firmed to
fund raising lun< hie ma and
zame parties held its first affair
week. The club's president,
Hj man Kam, has ex| esed ths hope
"thai this ''i
monthly activ .>
The club enti I as
Mrs George A Sin president
I the Miami YMHA; < Plot-
km. director. Department il Serv-
ice to Senior Citizens; and David
Eskenazi, branch director
Members Of the luncheon com-
mittee included Mrs. Emma Ron-
ald, chairman. Mrs Samuel Zat-
man. Mrs. Benjamin Kawaller.
Mrs David Braun. Mr. and Mrs
Abraham Bernn. Mr and Mrs Hy
man Kam. Mrs Alexander Yasen.
Mrs Sol Kaufman. Mrs Ethel Ja-
1 mel and Mrs Ida Farber.
Hadassah prepares a perm 03 five-year Irr.a con-
tributors :o Youth Aliyah. The recora will have a rlcce of
honor in the Ker.neita Szold Room, now a national thriiM i l
Israel. The leather-bound volume with 150 be- tifully
orated paqes will contain naznee of all five-year [rah >l an q
lines. Standing '.left to riaht ere Mesdames Meyer Karr;3,
Frances Entine. Seated (left to riaht ore Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro.
Miami Beach chapter Ima, coordinator; Mrs. Max Schenk. na-
tional Youth Aliyah chairman- and Elizabeth Zentler. Not
present were Mesdames Rae Franklin, Minnie Rothfeld. S. Ontt,
end Bessie Spen.


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i cup I
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11 teaspoon til
2 cups ii inge i
2 egts, well >ea
1'.. t< ispoons grate I >ra ige rind
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Makes filling for i large cream
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Cream Puff*
1 cup water
cup Fleischmann's Corn-Oil
Margarine
' -'; "' meal
_ laoiespoons
1 teaspoon
2 eggs
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slight j '
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mixture is sm ....
spoonsful oi .
sheet Bake
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and golden brov. i
Cul <(t tops I Remov,
any webbing ol .. ).
v. nh sweetened whipped rea
with Passover Orange i ream
Killma Make. B larga eretaj
puffs
Streits Features New Taste Treats
Among the many women who will take an active rol! in prep-
arations for the Israel Bar Mtizvah and inauqural dinner in
May are (left to right) Mrs. Sidney Ansin and Mrs. Jack Popick.
They were among those selected as table hosts at a dinner
meeting of the Israel Bond board of aovernors last Sunday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller en Sunset
Island 3.
Theatre Official To Head Appeal
By Special Report
NEW YORKHarr) Brandt, lead-
in? motion picture theatre execu
live and civic leader, will serve a>
chairman ol the Joint Del 'nse Ap-
peal 20th pnniversary campaign hi
behalf of programs tor cam
bigotry and discrimination and pro
mo ting Democratic rights
The announcement was made by
Herbert B. Khrmann. president ot
th American Jewish Committee,
and Henry E. Schultz, chairman of
tin National Commission ot the
' Aiti Defamation League if B'nai
Brith
The 1961 Irive t-hich is seek-
ing t > raise 16.100 nationally
will be .-. gurated in Sew York
m Ap' 24
\ nember of the Anu-Defama-
:; League's Seu York Executive
C imm r m inj years, he has
also bet?n prominently idenl i I
with rnj'iy philanthtropic and civic
endeavors and has been cited on
numerous >ccasi ms I ir bis efforts
in advancing the welfare >f the
By Special Report
\K\v YORK- For manj years,
sands ol Jewish housewives
across the nation inst nctively have
looked to the Streit list >t Pass-
over products tj see whal was new
tor the coming holidaynew in the
M i> A 'I products, plain and
fancy, v. rah lie for
Passover menus
An. Streit's usually has come up
with some new delicacj thai Pass-
ver celebrants >t a leca I i
more ago never drearrted would be
;>r icessed for holi lay use
On ol the major reasons tor the
growth and popularity enjoyed in
this generation by the house of
Aaron Streit. Inc traditional bak
ers of llatzos and Matzo products,
ha< been their leadership in creat-
ing new koshi r delicai les to gl >niy
nod '-:'. Passover tabl For the
com n i Pass n et noli .ay, Sti
unveils some epicurean excite
ments never before known for
Passover
Foremost tor "newness" and
general demand *..'. be their two
new cak.' mixes rich, luscious
Chocolate Fu Ige ike Mix,
smooth, holiday Honey Cake Mix
Both mixes are packed With the
important "plus" of a disposable.
kosher-for-Passover baking pan
mat needs no greasing.
Further in the "sweets' depart-
ment. Strait's has developed a an
Kosher for Passover Chocolate
Pudding in powder form, instantly
mixed to a creamy dessert for
adults, is well as an important
tastv food tor the yOung OHM
A- alwaya, Streits main eontn
button to the Passover celebration
are the traditional Passover Matxoa,
Egg MatZOS and Mat/o meal. But
the dozens of other holiday delica-
cies are just as distinctive in
tasteall under the strict supervi-
sion it Rabbi Aaron Soloveichik
an 1 Rabb Chaim Biaiik
RY-KRISP
makes your dieting more than just
A JOYOUS
PASSOVER
5721-1961
To our many friends and patrons, and to Jewish
people everywhere, may this traditional Festival
of Freedom be a joyous season,
And may this traditional sugar, DOMTNO. make
your holiday more festive... certified Kosher for
Passover by Rabbi Hersch Kohn.
This year the 2 lb, and 5 lb. cartons of
Domino Granulated Sugar for Passover
Will feature special Kosher for Passover
recipes for Orange Nut Cake with Orange
Sauce and Banana Nut Cake.
Try them-they're delicious. But whaf.
ever your recipe, Domino will give all
your holiday goodies that real Pt?iHChdjgfl
sweetness and flavor. ^^
FULL OF GOODNESS.. .FULL OF ENERGY
True' \ double cracker of de
liaaous Kv Knap mtk butter
ha* fewer calories than a stiea
of "dirt brvad without butter
U?t the weight watching habit
-get Ry Krwp
alatoa Punaa Company. Chack.rboard S^wr., 3t Lou 1 Ma"*""
Par all your ronovr ncarfi, b* tort la araar brand nw
packaaat Damlna Swaar... Cry*'*' TaWata, Extra
fin* Grmnulaltd, 9n4 Hoiftsi Sugar TaWafl.
WHEN IT'S
DOMINO SUGAR
YOU'RE SURE IT'S PURE
America's largest telling
sugar ... make your
holiday sweeter'.
The American Sugar Refinin
White Rock
Beverages
GINGER ALE and CiUB SODA
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF HCM*
MHSd onrf Oijfribuf^ y
SOUTHERN BEVERAGES, INC.
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*Jewist) ftcridUan
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J3ar ^JHuzvali
As a g.ft to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
lor the asking a corsage to each mother cf a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests shouid be addressed to Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Fiower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Gary Miller
Saturday morning services, Mar
I; at Temple Both Shnlom will in-
, i ihe Bar Mitzvah of Gary, son
(I Mr and Mrs. Howard II. Miller.
K Broadview dr Baj Har-
Isle Rabbi Leon Kronish will
llfH ...I'
.Mr^ Miller *s Immediate past
dent of the Temple's Sister-
and Mr Miller i- .i member
, |, mple's board of directors
y )$ ., -hi.lent ir. the confir-
mation class ol 5722.
Bruce Moskowiti
Bai Mitzvah oi Bruce, *>n of
Mi ,-,n,i Mrs Joseph Moskowitz,
will be celebrated Saturday morn-
M.u 25 al 11 mple Judea, with
i d.i Mom. .--kop officiating
Before h. came to Miami. Bruce
, ded Sunday ^ehool at Beth
h Center, Rochester, NY. He
. attended Temple Judea's ro
:- -ehool lor lour years and
Sunday school i<>r five years,
,* .11 now enter the confirmation
rtmenl
is in the seventh grade .>t
I -i. ile Leon .tumor lliyll
and Mrs Moskowiti will bo-?
, Kiddush in heir son's honor
.. i\ ici -
Ricky Freidel
Tlickvk hieulel will receive a
. from Congregation Yehudah
-i< ,,t his Bar Mitzvah diirinu
aj morning services. Mar 25,
\ h Rabbi Sheldon H. Steinmetz
i lating.
a rents, Mr and Mrs Adolph
Freidel, will host the Kiddush in
his honor lollowing the ceremony.
Donald Kahn
Temple Zion will l.e the site o|
the Bar Mitzvah of Donald, son of
Mr and Mrs Conrad Kahn on
rdaj Mar 25, at 5 30 p.m.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offici-!
ate.
Donald is .. -i venth {trade student
at Wesl Miami Junior High and an
outstanding athlete in ihe Junior
Olympic Team. He will continue as I
a student in the Temple's confirma-
tion class.
His parents will host the Kiddush
in his honor

Larry Gerst
Rabbi Nathan Zwitman will "t
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Larry.
-on oi Mr and Mrs Bernard Gerst,
and grandson of Harrj Gerst and
Mrs. Eva Cohen, on Saturday morn
ing, Mar 25, at Tilereth Israel
Northside (enter
Larrj is a sixth grade student at
Little River Elementary, and ha>
been in 'he Center's Hebrew school
lor two \< ars
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Carole Kaye
Friday i v< ning s< v\ ices Mar
24. ..! Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will include the
Bas Mitzvah of Carole daughter
oi Mi. and Mr> Walter Kaye, It!"'
sw 63 ave Rabbi Louis Wein will
officiate.
Carole is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Kinloch Park Junior High
ChOOSe your favorite style of
: HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
: GEFILTE FISH
ToPS'in
taste
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REGULAR r. In MqvKf
ferofh or /Wed ouce
,,'i. /wmbo or.
$rtock-ttz* portion*
oe luxe :rrmode wittf
oriorok PIKE ond b
IwHITC PISH exclvnWaiyTta
,Vith homey thick, ^
Mfnmering jelled ov and attends the C< nti r's religious
school.
Her parerls -,\ || h<>s| the IM -
Shabhat in her honor following
services
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Lawrence Weiss
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mit/vah ol Lawrence
James son >. Mr and Mrs. Wil-
liam S, Wcisv during Saturdaj
n ices Mar 25 .. .
pic Knianu El.
The Bar Mitzval attends the
Temple's religious seh.ol and is
in the seventh grade .: Nautilus
Junior High. His hobbies include
coin and stamp collecting.
A luncheon reception .' the Tern
pie in his honor will follow services
Daniel Goldman
Daniel, -on of Mr and Mrs
A.uc>n Goldman, will be Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday mornirL.' Mar 25,
in Temple Menorah, with Rabbi
Mayer A bra mow.'.' officiating.
Daniel attends Nautilus Junior
High and the 11 :: | i religious
school.
'There will be a dinner in his
or at the Diplomat hoti I Sat'.
ev< n:::'- and .> i" Ci ption .>: his
home inn F8 si Miami '
Sunday a ft en
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Jonathan Alper
Rabbi Mayer ^bramowitz will
officiate al th< Bar Mitzvah of
Jonathan, -in ol Mr and Mrs Wil-
liam Alper, 1165 No Bicayne Point
rd.. Miami Beach, mi Saturday
Beach Branch Sets
Classes in Ballet
The Miami Beach YMIIA Branch
: will utter another eight-week series
, of modern ballet Because of the
wide interest in the present series,
which ended Wednesday, a new
-eric- will star! on Mar 29 tor kin
arten through sixth grade,
Tin v<' groups meet each Wednes-
day afternoon, with the kindergar-
ten through second grade gathering
at 2 :t0 p m and the third through
sixth grade at :; Mi p.m
In charg< ot information is Ira
Steinmetz.
morning, Mar. 25. at Temple Mono and Mis David Hecht. 2511 SW 22
"ah. tt>r Miami, will be celebrated d.ir-
Jonathan is a student in the mj, Salurdav niormng services.
graduating class oi the Temples >lar ,- a, B,.tn David wltn Ra(llll
ios s.-hou, and also attends Svnmin N g olficIatjnj,.
Nautilus Junior lnyh.
Ira is an eighth grade student at
Ira Hecht Shenandoah Junior High and al-
Bar Mitzvah of Ira. son of Mr.'tends Beth David's religious school.
Gl's Set to Mark Passover
With Special Assist from JWB
ALL KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
DISTRIBUTED BY
palm Distributors, inc., 373 n.e.61$i St., Miami, Fla.
By Special Report
NEW YORK From the frozen
I S. station in Thule. Greenland.
near the North Bole, to Cuantaiiamo
Bay. Cuba, where American serv-
icemen are on ready alert. Jewish
servicemen and their tamilies will
mark the ancient Festival <>i Pass
over, thanks to arrangements made
by tru National Jewish Welfare
Board, organizer oi global "Opera-
tn :i Passover" for the military and
theii dependents and patients in
\ ((.. spitals.
JWB efforts will make possible
-r\iei and S d< r m< als a" 1 S.
-;..tions in Korea and Japan. ;n the
. oi Panama, at missile and
stations in the Arctic, in old
synagogues Ol Morocco. 'Turkey
and Greece, and even on l S. war-
ships on the high seas durum the
holida) Passover, commemorating
the liberation ol the ancient He-
brew: from Egyptian bondage, be-
.nis Friday evening. Mar :u
Tons of matzoh, wine, chicken,
fish and other holiday kosher
foods, along with Haggadahs and
a variety of religious articles,
have been shipped by JWB for
the services at which 370 full-
and part-time Jewish chaplains
will officiate in the U.S., Europe,
North Africa, Asia, Alaska, Ice-
land and the Caribbean. In addi-
tion, committees across the coon-
try affiliated with JWB's Wom-
en's Organizations Division have
sent hundreds of Passover foods
boxes ("solo Seders") to remote
overseas stations where chaplains
will not be present.
Helping in the setting up ol T.i-
over services and hospitality in ihe
l*. S. and overseas will be the 2ft5
JWB Armed Services Committees
and the ISO JWB Held staff, s ho
will work closely with the '<" "h
chaplains
JWB is the agency authorized by
the is Government to servt
religious and morale needs ol Jew*
ish (.Is and then tamilies and hos-
pitalized veterans. JWB is ids" one
of the six member agencies of t >i>.
which i~ current!) marking its 2 u
1 anniversary In its global "Opera-
tion Passover." JWB is carrying
OUl ".'.1 oi 1 Si 1- basic amis 10
serve the spiritual needs ol Am ri
ian servicemen of all faiths
THRIFTY
SUPER MARKET
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BARTONS BEVERAGES
GINGER ALE CLUB SODA
TRU-FRUIT (Black Cherry, Black Raspberry & Orange
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
UNDER SUPERVISION OF
THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
RABBI DR. ISAAC HlRSH EVER. DIRECTOR
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
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k. CHICKEN OF THE SEA REFRIGERATOR SALAD
Prepare a small package of lemon- or lime flavored gelatin,
add a Family-Size can of Chicken of the Sea brand tuna and
olenty of chopped nuts and celery for crunch. It s fancy
enough for luncheon guests and thrifty as can be! Serve with)
Hot buttered biscuits, for a supper surpr.se tonight!
FREE: "Creative Cookery," 20 Tuna Tips & recipen. Write
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Jmlst Dtridfor
Fridoy, March 24
1961
Emanu-EI Players Begin Production
Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh created one oi the most memor-
cble romantic teams in film history as Rhett Butler and Scarlett
C'Hara in David O. Selznick's production of "Gone with the
Wind.'' The all-time great screen version of Margaret Mitchell's
fcmous novel is presented in tribute to the year of the Civil War
Centennial, end opens Wednesdcy at Wometco's Carib. Miami
end Miracle Theatres.
Ner Tamid Young Adults
dance Sunday nieht is open to sin-
_ men and v.omen between
le Ner Tamid Young Adults the aces of 19 and 39.
%
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presents
^traditional /- aXioier
-u^Unner ana ^JeriueS
Treat yourself and your loved ones (o a
rich experience in a Floral Temple setting
conducted bj
CANTOR HERBERT RICHARD BROWN
ol the Hebrew Union College ol Sacred Music
FRIDAY NIGHT. MARCH 31
J/7.50 per person including tax
Children up to age 12 5/2.50
Tor Reservations:
IE 2-2581
\ .. untj mosl
prominent citizens, headed by Maj
or R iberl K I I gh and !
\l HaverfM hairmai I the
Boar,, i : Mi tropolitan I1
ty Commissioners, "ere present
>.?.\ night a- T mple Knunu-
El's Sirkin Hall to help li
Shingle on I ei Street." the
Temple Players' I
due- n. Apr. 22. 2
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Wit I Mrs Doi ill
fe of th< te maj amoi
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Mil ni< k chair-
F thi
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Swee-Touch-Nee
Evokes Memories
Recolli etions ol Si d< r niyht in
grandfather's house, with all its
warmth and excitement, its me-
lange of tastes, sounds and aromas
intimately associated with Pass
over evoke nostalgic memories ol
the rich, aroma of Swee-touch-nee
Tea, with its soft, deep, velvet)
fragrance
Many things change in the course
of two or three generations, old
customs, transplanted from Europe,
givi way to traditions more akin to
our American way "I lite. But the
tradition ol Swee-touch-nei i
Passover and. for that matter.
throughout the entire year, is as
strong, as fondly familiar today, as
it was in grandfather's homeand
in his lather- home in the old
country
Its popularity, if anything, has
been enhanced in recent years, re
on choice, carefully-elected
-. picked irom thi fim I
ol the Orienl and blended
M'h ,, -kill that i- the treasured
heritage of the people who pack it
And though the hulk tea that was
so popular with b> oni i nerations
has given way in great measuri to
leabag, Swee-toui h n< i T< .1 Mill
quick and lull bodied, flood-
ing the cup or glass with hearty
flavor and thi ov ing amber
color that is characteristic of this
S 11 e-touch-nee Tea, strictly ko-
sher fi : Passov i r, is featured al
all supermarkets, chains and in-
dependent food stores which i
a holiday line
dent. !. d filickman.
. < 'icing
rirsl guest ::.'r bi In ing
er of the
Othacs present to is.... g< dos ,
".. r past
the
Alex Gordon ol the

Karceloii^
\^^T proudly preent
SlC>OR
famoua International Opc< 6ta'
Who WIN Conduo4
tRA&itioml
seC>eR seRvices
In lh Boatutiful coronation ROOM
Full Courit Dinner Including
Sacramental Win* aerved at G.30
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Strictly Kosher
CATERING
BAR MITZVAHS WEDDINGS
PARTIES
7446 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla.
Phs. UN 6-6226 UN 6-5278
Thank you for your Patronage
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
Rovri mi
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For fTeaervattone. phone
Mr. Opptnhtlm
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RESERVATIONS
ARE NOW
BEING ACCEPTED
FOR
TRADITIONAL
PASSOVER
HOLIDAYS
>lrvit,on, Cll Jt 17381 S
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ban and lire
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man Wotfie Cohen,
Kockj
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TO REMEMBER
E"|oy Seder dinner at the beautiful Shelbcne' Din
including ,\ a|| ,he ,rim,ings fro,..... |
lamb to the 'extra cup" Services will be conduct*
lou.s Schwartzman & Family featuring Balforia G.mad
$8
'p'r include*
,! ftp
7 P V
FOR atSfPVAUCNS PH
JE 1-1271
Stymour M."--'
A SHOWER OF STARS HOTEL
SHELBORNE
ON THE OCEAN, 18th STREET, MIAMI BEACH


Friday. Marcfe 24. 1961
*Jenist Fkrxfiar
Food Fair Judged
Top Store1 in U.S.
By Special Report
NEW YORK- After lour days ad
D | bj a panel oi 24
top retailing executives, Pood Fair
Inc., waa seU eted aa the
nation's "Brand Name Retailer-of-
Ihi Y< '" in the 1 51 iresClass
i it gory The st< re topped all
hout the country thai
i een vying in this category
c< the 13th animal competition,
sored each year by Brand
i Foundation, Inc.
1 hi award to Food Fan
marks the second time thai thc>
v d a a) ;!h the top
In lh< i "i| m til on : 1952,
I Fair Ston rec< ived the
i Plaque ui this categorj
Notice of the judges' selection
was telegraphed to the store by
Henry E. Abt, president of Brand
Names Foundation, sponsors of
the competition, who congratu-
lated the Philadelphia firm upon
receiving this honor for outstand-
ing advertising and promotion of
irani facturers' brands during
1HC.
uis Stein, president, will a<
npl ihc Plaque i<-r Food Fair
Stores at an awards banquet on
May -i a! New York's Waldorf \
hotel. The banquet is at
1< cm! by mote than 1,300 bus
and civie leaders, .vho gather to
> i noi i hi winning merchants for
Ihcir ;.tii.i v< m< nts in the (i
Ing.
' select the winers, the panel
<;rr fully examined comprehensive
I'm ntationa ol tin i960 activities
tt( d bj Lhi M3 retaih ra who
had n< i n chosen as finalists and
an opportunity to compete
lhi awards.
The panel's decisions were made
arily on the firm's t%u brand
rtising and promotional cam-
as m II as their edui
customers and personnel about
> basic policy of featuring manu-
i Hirers adVertised brands.
Page 5-D
RABBI TIBOR STERN
Harold Shapiro
To be Speaker
Shapiro, one of the or-
ganizers and first Luncheon Club
chairman of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, will be
- i al the last luncheon oi the
-...- >n Wi dm d.iv no n a ,; Ritz
Plaza hotel.
Jacob Fishman, vice president
i>f the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, who ha served as Luncheon
Club chairman for the past year,
and his wdi will be honored along
wit'i Dr. Abraham Wolfson, who
presents the news report each
M'l i k
Shapiro's talk will center on a
pctorial history ol the Zionist
mow Jiur.t for the p.i-t :>s yt ars aa
depicted in Jewish National Fund
stamps which he has been collect-
ing sinci 1902
There will lie communitj singing.
North Dade Square Dance
North Dade chapter ol I". i ...
1> nth Women fund-raising Square
Dane*" w ill b< Saturda> mghl in
i Hall Marvin Heitz will I e
i all* r Mrs Larrj Kaplan and
Mrs. Joel Berg are in chargi n
11 -i rvatii
Rabbi Stern Will
Speak at 'Kallah'
An ancient tradition has it thai
the month ; Niisanthe month ot
overis called mudici
terminology the month of Kallah "
The Kallah Institute (tates back
to Talmudic times scholars
review and com|
he entire year. Two such
K (is w ere i
.....- thi nth of
i \ >., I th '.--'
K S
thei S
Shuvah Oi -< Sal aths. th<
ivi
- !; -'i
ih." the head K. lah In
-'. i
In consonance with this tradi-
tion, Talmudic scholars the world
over assemble on Shabbat Hag-
adol to listen to a scholastic lec-
ture on Halacha and philosophy
offered by a Torah authority. bg>
the past six years, many rabbis
and visiting scholars have gath-
ered at Beth Jacob Congregation
to listen to Rabbi Tibor H. Stem,
spiritual leader, in a two-hour
lecture.
This year. Rabbi Stein has M
lected aa his topic "The Creativity
ot Lite in the Diaspora and in Is-
rael "
Rabbi Stern is known for his
popular scholarly work-, particul-
arly for his two volumes on the
"Constitution ot Israel"Chukath
i Ham."
Special invitations are made to
all Yeshiva students who have re-
turned home for the Passover hol-
iday to participate in the Kallah
lecture, winch will be held Satur-
day, p.m at Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, 311 Washington ave
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 COLLINS AVENUE "Z- ",V2 Phone JE 2-1671
RESERVAT'ONS NOW ACCEPTED
FOR THE PASSOVER SEDERS
$17.50 Per Person Includes Two Soders
Services Condi cfeel by CANTOR BEN GROSSBfRG and HIS CHOIR
Temple Ner Tamid
f'jth ST. and CARLYLE AVE
MIAMI BEACH
THIRD ANNUAL
Passover Sedorim
CONCCUD BY
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
CANTOR SAMUEL GOMBERG
IN OUR BEAUTIFUL SKLAR AUDITORIUM
SORRY- 1st NIGHT SOLD OUT-
FEW RESERVATIONS FOR 2nd NIGHT
CALL NOW!! UN 6-8345
PASSOVER
SEDERS
Biac h on Pi emitei
HARFENIST
RESTAURANT
1381 Washington Ave.
JE 8-2058
MARCH 31 -APRIL 1
PROMINENT CANTOR
WILL OFFICIATE
Make Your Reservations Now
FOR A TRULY TRADITIONAL STYLE
I'ASSOYKtt IHWKK
'THE FINEST IN DINING PLEASURE'
ANOUCT FACIUTICS
AVAILAM.I '
COCKTAIL
LOUNGE
OPEN TIL
AM
r GRAYS]
INN
RESERV.
JOHN
JE 4-2105
JE 4-2158
4045 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH
THE
PROMENADE
HOTEL
DINING ROOM
PASSOVER
SEDERS
Sr50 PER PERSON
^ PER SEDER
Served in thf
Traditional Style
Make Early Reservations
Ocean at 25th St.
Reservations JE 8-5721
GEORGE *AYt
Cantor
Joseph Malek
WILL PERFORM
Seder Services
AT THE
SHORE CLUB
HOTEL
19th and Collins
FOR RESERVATIONS
Call JE 8 7811
RIVIERA KOSHER CATERERS INC.
1830 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
CORAL GABLES FLORIDA
"The Ultimate in llegant Kosher Catering"
PROUDL> ANNOUNCES
FAMILY PASSOVER SEDERS
Friday, March 31 Saturday, April 1
TO BE CON = y
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Spiritual Leader of the Israelite Center of Miami
REASONABLI PI
4 LIMITED NUMBER Of RiSlRVAllONS STIll AVAILABLE
HI 8-5441
jJThe World-Famous CANTOR
MORDECAI YARDEINI
CONDUCTING PASSOVER
SEDER SERVICES
SPECIAL SHORT & LONG STAY
PASSOVER RATES
CELEBRATED
LYRIC TENOR
CONCERT SINGER
STRICTLY KOSHER RELIGIOUS SERVICES
PULL-TIME MASHGIACM
JE 8 5711
CALL: JE 16549
Mai
HOTEL
ION THE OCEAN
1741 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BFACH FLORIDA
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New York Office: SWinbvrne 5-1052
JACK SCHWARZ cordially invites you to the
HOTEL
956 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
1 MINUTE FROM THE OCEAN Tel.: JE 8 2341
GLATT Kll in
QS doily per person The AIR CONDITIONED ASTOR Dininaj
dbl. occ. to Mar. 30 Room, open to the public, is i
40 of 70 Rooms the supervision of K Hoi Adatbj
3 COMPLETE Jeshurun, Inc., New York.
MEALS RABBI DR. JOSEPH BREUER.
CDCC Entertainment, Special Religious Seivices Daily-Steady Mashqiach
Diets, Steaks, Solarium on Premises- Tea & Coke free Every Night
PASSOVER SPECIAL: $60per wk., dbl. occ.
3 Wooko Minimum March '.'st April SGth r. r ALLtKDIRS
Rates for shorter stay by request WONDERFUL SEDERS
Hiiic of Kioln nth i\f n lui ini i -
Mi \- i. -. -iiw Mix 'i ,,,. i
IJ.iI i KlU hei .. .1 I 'mint lioiiii .it i i VI.ii ii
ALL MEATS SHIPPED Iron. NrW YORK KOSHER MADE & rRO/l N
MR. JACK SCHWARZ 15 not connri tr<1 with Any Othor hotOl
FINE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
AT VERY ATTRACTIVE RATES
CORAL REEF HOTEL
3611 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
No Exfra Charge for Seders and Holiday Services
Traditional Services By Well Known Cantor
For Reservations Coll JI 8-8631
.J
RALEIGH HOTEL "* "
18th ST. COLLINS AVE
Reservations Now Being Taken For
The Passover Seders
$11 00 PER PERSON FOR BOTH NIGHTS.
Traditional SaevtCM by a wall-known Ciarai Vaatait tarvad by raiarvattam only.
Call JE 1-0792
At* foe Ml ABRAHAM Dining Room


Pcge 6-D
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RETURN BY
POPULAR DEMAND!
THE FAMOUS
CANTOR WILHELM SILVER
of Chicago 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
Ey Harfenist
Tickets are Available at
HARFENIST RESTAURANT
1381 Washington Avenue
JE 8-2055 JE 8-2058
m^mrmmmemmmmmtmemmim
>Je*i$r fkridHcir
f
-cry. March 17, 1961
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
The Royal Hungarian "* ?**"
Now Accepting Orders for Take-Out Possover Meals
731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401
ATLANTIS HOTEL
DINING ROOM
PASSOVER
SEDERS
C/25 PER person
^^" PER SEDER
SERVED IN THE
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 BRUNS Co Owner
TRADITIOSAL
OPEXHEAHTH
COOKERY
1500 CORAL WAY
Z^IAMI HI 5-1331
PttTVATI BANQVET rACatTM
LOhCrl OlfcNm
SUPPE"
i.
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-.imiwm'wmi* urn.............
NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: Sanford Kay and George Margolig
were the "envy" <>i the field in the recent pro-am al Bayshore men
pro va> Arnold Palmer, and the thud amateur in Iheir foursome ra
newly-appointed Ambassador to Ireland, Grant Stockdale
Attorney Henrj E. Coleman has come up with a right bright idea.
He suggests that the civic minded citizens of .Miami Beach from "Cour
tesy Corps." to overcome the bad publicity engendered by discourteous
incidents here that have been spotlighted in papers around the countr>
Each member of the volunteer "Corps" would sei a standard in creating
goodwill for the area by going out of the way to be courteous and h< Ip
lul to visitors, in autos or afoot. Also, it wouldn't be a bad idea d mem-
bers or such a group also reported acts of discourtesy on the part <>t
public officials, police, bus drivers, store clerks, salesman, and all
others who come into daily cot-tart with tourists
Michael Sossi ol the veteran operators ol "retiree"
here, ha- just added the Royal to his Blackstone operation, and the
M ting i bain is ire to grow *
There's talk among the Beach hotel fraternity that Ben Novak
is just about ready to make an announcement about another new
wing, this one an ultra-plush. European plan operation, with the
rest of the mammoth hostelry going American plan.
Thai was a twin birthday party hosted by Julius Kasdin at hi-
Flamingo dr home, for hi- wife. Ruth, and their friend, Rusty Weinger
Spotted among the guests were the Larry Paskows, Dr and Mr- Murraj
Reckson, Lillian Wolff, the Bennj Davis's. Anne Sigelbaum, the Paul
Pollaks, the Baron d Hirsch Meyers and many mere.
Long-time popular promotion director ol the \ Y Daily Mint i
Sid Panzer, has become .< part-time Miami Beach resident H and hi-
wife hav-( ai apartmenl at ihe Pioneer Housi
Randy Polanskj one of the busier novelty sales execs what with
the Beach councilmanic campaign ready to -wins: into high gear, and
buttons lor favorite candidates starting to sprout like the proverbial
spring flowi r-
HOTEL LOBBYING: Due to Passover's coming earlier th:- year
Miami Beach hotels expeel a record-breaking week Believe me, ihej
need ii a- well .;- almost ever} retail business here (Tie season was
one oi the shortest in historj
The Shelborne has joined the many outstanding beachfront hos
telries that are offering Seders, with one on the 31st. and a prominent
cantor will officiate. Trie popular Michel's restaurant is also accepting
reservations for Ihe First Seder.
The Israel Histadrul mark- its 4>th anniversary and ihe liar Miti
van ol that nation on Apr 2 with a Seder at the Font aim bl au
Chuck Goldberg got his Sorrento a solid nal recently on
the pop ilai Pric< l" I v show
Wonder if anj Beach ions for Ihe summer include an expan
sive program to attract teen agers' The smart hotelman who comes up
with a gimmick or gimmicks to attract the under-20 set will ha i
packed house, if you are .. parent oi teen-agers you'll know what wi
n< an
* *
AFTER DARK AROUND TOWN: Attorne> Shirlej Wool! made a
iel awaj to Manhattan tor the debut ol cUent Belle Barth at the Round
table earlier in the week Mow do you like how fast Belle is moving.
Hum Los tageles to New York, and next, no doubt, l.a- Vegas? We
always said -he bad talent plus, if -he thinned out ihe blue material and
expanded her mu-.i al offerings
The Eden Roc Pompeii room is -ei for a harvest ol dollar- during
the holidays, with Johnny Mathis and company on tap. including comic
Jackie Ma-on Next to Sinatra, i- there another male singer whose
records -ell taster than those of Mathis?
The bill is really balanced at the Fontainebleau, now that Keely
Smith has joined spouse Louis Prima and his musical group. There
was a rumor that they were going separate ways, but this ought to
end such talk
Jackie Carter, who never gives a bad -how. and always offers i
ioad of new material with ever} appearance here ,- his usual exciting
exuberant -elf at ihe Deauville ( asanova room Maybe we should say
he even more peppers and for a good reason, because (here are wed-
ding bells m the offing Hi.- fiancee i- Paul., Steward, one ol the high-
lights ol Lucille Ball's Broadway hit musical, "Wildcat
"Caught in the Act" i- probably the be-t entertainment box in
lown right now playing to crowded tables al the Downstairs room f
the Seville.
* *
MOVIE BEST BETS: \, ver on Sunda> look- like its neve, i 0in
o end it.- long run at the Mayfair, Suri .,.,,1 Sunset, still standins in
line to see this line import.
Operation Eichman" is packing them in at th.' Olympia Beach
("''..... and >n,,nv l"o '" import, with, as we all know a timelv
theme
Hippodrome" is a European-made spectacle ol circus life al the
Canb, Miami and Miracle, and its realism and authentic) ol lif, under
the big top will please screen goers of all ages '
* *
i dining SCENE: (iray's inn ,- taking re.erv.tiOM tor traditional
style Passer d.nnerv The Dade blvd rest.ur.nl I, -|| .Jove ,
for service and food, whether for a restive or regular occasion
Royal Hungarian, on the Beach, sold out for Passover is fakino
reservations now for takeout holiday dinners. '""'"9
HO*}***
NORMANDII RIS1AURANT
RESERVATIONS STIll
BEING ACCEPTED FOR
THE EIRST SEDER
Air Under Orthodo Vaad Hakihruth
______940 71st Street
NENTAL
AH IICILLINCI
Z^s^JL- of MIAMI
CA 6-1744 M,AM m plonim
OUTSTANDING ~rr CATERING
SERVING STRICTLY PASSOVER fOOD
STAR DAIRY, VEG. & FISH RESTAURANT
OLDEST AND BEST KNOWN DAIRY RESTAURANT
-fc SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNERS *
- -' ONSI :UTIV1 E*R +
ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
841 Washington Avenue JE 1-9182
lemtin
Lunch and Dinner Served Dully
CANDLELIGHT INN
In The Hrt of Coconut Grove
Bjnqul Faolifiet Cock'jil lounj.
Henry Lr t!(H. \
170 MB. 5ST. IRVtfii'i. I CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT
AUTHENTIC FftfNCN CUISWt
REST APfR I F N lOWN GOOD SEUCT'C'j "' I T rVlN
OPEN 5 30 to 10 M Clted Fndey 'Ample Parking Rej'i
128 N E. 17th STREET Tel. FR 4-8825
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YOUR HOSTS ANN & DARE HEYDRICH
DELMONICOS RESTAURANT
$195
142 S W. 37th AVENUE
\l CHOICE
/2 LB F|lET M|GN0N
"The Best You Ever Had'
$195
Served with Totted Seled French Friet or Spaghetti. HomHnidr Bred $tt
TAKE OUT SERVICE PIZZA PH. HI 6-1962
WWWW W GREETINGS FROM
FRANK CAPRA
OWNER OF THE FABULOUS
FRANK CAPRA S
RESTAURANT
2741 WEST FLAGLER ST.
Open 7 Days a Week Until April 2 -
Then 6 Days a Week Closed Tuesdays
Temple Ner Tamicl has ju.-t a lew -eat- left for Its Seder
night.
One Of the belter Italian re-taurants m the ent.re area .- Fi .k
tapras. offering a wide and .succulen. choice o, \,.apoh.an del.'iu,
j Ever try any of the chareoal broiled ofierm^- at K.nK Arthur'.
ISSt*?* -rt'h< man s,""d putuoot ,ha* br,ns ^ 31 i
.
CARMINE'S Italian Restaurant
OPEN 4 P.M. TO 4 A.M.
FREE DELIVERY JE 8-4213
'Tou Name It, We Got IT
* Ch** TONY JIULIANA ^^u
208 23rd STREET MIAMI BfACH


'Friday. March 24, 1961
Mrs. Hoffman
Passes Away, 31
A Conner University oi Miami
art major died Friday, Alar 17.
Marilyn Jtyptftqan,, ut E7Q0 La
: irce dr.. Miami
I Beach, m i) 11 1 (i
lave been 31 on
' Mar. 21
Mr- Hoffmann
received her All
legree trom the
,- U .1 f M a n d
auu'U at N'.uiti-
us Junior lliuli
School prior to
" .ier marnasc She
MRS. HOffMAN .Ul!l, anfj (i,rccl.
ed the first "Potpourri" on the
university campus
+Jensf! fk>rMian
Mrs Hollman was a former pres-
ident ol Beta Theta chapter of Phi
S'jma Smma sorority. At one time.
;he also served as president of the
sorority's Alumnae Assn. ot Great-
er Miami.
She was on tho board of the
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, Wome.t's Committee of
Brandeis University, and had al-
so been active in Hadassah and
PTA work. She was an honorary
life member of Tample Emanu-
El Sisterhood
Organizations here will re mem-
her Mr> Hoffman (>? the decora-
lions she made and donated as a
service to their many functions
Several weeks bet>r> she passed
away. Mrs Hoffman made a large
number of attractive "Top O' the
Momin' gree-ir.n cards which
.' humorously distributed to
patients at Mt Sinai Hospital on St
Patrick's Daj
Mrs Holfman is survived by her
husband, Dr Eruin Hoffman;
daughter, Linda, j; son, Frederick.
' :110:1111s pare::*-. Mr and Mrs
' ph Hochman; a 1 i grandpar-
l ts Mrs, R.e Baker and Mrs
Rose Hochman Services were
Mar 19 at R:v, -,. |e Memorial
chapel, with bunal in Lakesi.ie
Memorial Park
: MRS. HELEN PEARL
.... Sea
" Kl

ALSERT HARTMAN
; He
."."! Ch la-

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BENJAMIN ElSACER
Ida r. II
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dauuhti 1. ,. .. ,Wtl
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'" pel, Waal ins-
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OAVIO ALTMAN
Jf. ol :-- .-., .:,..., Mar is
'" '"' < > year* ,_ from
'.'r""'' VS i I .-.
Sarah M _.|,.,..
''''' vtfi -
u; '' Riverside Me i ..u.,:
N ..." l\ isle
MRS SALLY BENATAN
*' < : v' lied Mar I s ir-
vt\in an md. Morrl*
l.n.iMi-.-r-. i Mn .m ,.-,, v
*l : i- md
'" : indi >.-, .:......
Ma I" ': ude Memorial I'huui
\\ i -:.: .; m ive
HARRV PASKOWITZ
' dl -d Mar l H.
'''" r\ington n .
>- .!*. rel: ed Ic disl
Sur\iv.ng n -r Mrs Su
kravttg i b ittwr a ; .
I HI : I---,. ,. .
il I !< wtr Mar 17 in CSoi -
em i
Paae 7-D
Mizrcchi Tziona Chapter
Tziona chapter 0! Mizrachi
Women saw the Milton Bert i 1
at the Deau\ die hi t< ,v
in. with Mrs J u 1 1 m
'111.1i _:.* ol ilu- mi at-
tracted 100 membi
LEGAL NOTICE
A gathering of religious leaders attend the ceremony of bakinq
Matzo Shmuroh at the A. Goodman & Sons plant in Lonq Is-
land City. N.Y. Guests were led throuqh the religious ritual
by Rabbi Mendel Chodrow who has supervised and author-
ized Kashruth at the Goodman organization for many years.
Erich Cohn. president of A. Goodman <& Sons, acted as host and
guide throuqh other areas of the plant, where the wide variety
of Goodman Kosher Passover products were also seen.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\"i I'u- : is 11 ,1
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IS.M1Y SKIIVIi'l
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Memur .il i 'hapel 1 >oug 1 d.
ABRAHAM PEACEMAN
I. ol 1223 A- irl 1 ,'.... 'oral (JitliifK,
1 '1 m 11 11- me hi re l 1 11 .
a(u from Philadelphia and .,- the
lormei owner ( the Sudn t-
ram in 1 '.. 11 nab -. >. vl\in ire
in.- m 1 -. Mai 1- 1 M>n, Jan .- du iah
' r 1 .! anor 1 brother and thr -1.--
tern Ser\.....vere Mar l> in (tor-
dun I-'.Ml- 1; H.
MAYER ZAWAOSKY
Sk -f Uls l>t-\. 1 ,\ Ml-inil R
'I 1 I" He pa i'i.- heri -
t-i" fi n nd was a red
Ir man itai 1 11 r Survlvln*
I 1- 1-;.-- > -r miii, p.
.11 nrhter, Mm '-....n \, |
a \ Krundchlldren Sersi.es .>... Mai
12 111 Klveraide Memorial I
\\ lahinirton i v-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAA
\"ii'-i: is ii'i:i:r.> i;n
: he undei -i^n. I. -_..,,
lei the 1 ...,-. 1
i'H \.-i: i:iii.i'i:i:> ., -. : \
\\. nu< Xij th A
li t< nd* 11 -.-i iid 1 .'. he
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KM (iKRTI.KF! IN'.'
I 1 ..,;,.. :
Ki iVNKH .\ \i \\\ll! I I
il '. f"l Joe I r,. .
1:1
MRS BERTHA SKALKA
'> KW 11 M '1.r ji She
'.....** : mi New
1 surviving ire fo nisi i in -
8 Ml .. /. ickermaii; a
' rlatmhter* md two brothem
" M 11 Ier the dlreo-
1 the Newma r\iner il Ho i .
...1 in Mi Mebo 1 :
ISIDORE HOFFMAN
. : Iialeah died Mar
.' Il"1 -: int ..r Hla-
" "I* keara '\Uinii iue> tl,re.
'djn !- r.-.,. ,*., daugh-
Hernl.e Teppei
" '- hlldren and fo _-. u ,i,.i -
-; Mar II In
'' M>.....' .1 I I .....I Vr.
1-1..
LOUIS F.SHER
:- ... lied M 11 i'
H 1 '" i aao lro N'eu
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' on -...;.; it .1- M 1
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...'. 1 .
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- li '- (.'hapel n :-.,! .1.
.
JOSE GUTMAN
.'.- .... 1
He had ddei
1 ..... j,
Survh -.. ... his
.. ,1 ,
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JACK KLAU
': .1 9:: > W M t*r dl id v n
-ir- ,bo f 1..... 1
tfurt vl ^ ..r.- r da 1 ffhteni.
11 :......' v! / I son HI !
-i-'i [ranJcbiidren Ser>l< wen
M I 1 n -i 11 ,.
MRS ANNA RUOO
W, ol 7' .NT -.,i ter No Miami
Be..... li-l Mar 14 She came here
eight ...i- ,_ 1 ... No-war! Si -I
Stirs Ivor* n idi two broi
~.|i>. .,11.1 :l -^ i., ichters 'l .1 :
Mi m ,. 1 terKtein and M v
Thelmn I: -. > > ., u.- Mai I
1 neral Hoin>
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Friday. March 24, 195
Morocco lews Seek Improvement
RABAT. MoroccotJTA) Rep- The conference will devote iNelf olutions; however, discussions "ill
resentatives of Jewish commum- primarily to the formulation ot a he held on how to establish more
tn^ in Morocco opened their na- program tor internal community friendly relation.-, between Jews
tional conference h. discuss work, including philanthropic ac and Moslems in the country and
steps to improve the situation ol tivities it it not expected that the how to improve the relations with
the Jews in the country conference will adopt political res- local authorities
dn Jerusalem, Or Nahuffl Gold-
mann told a press conference that
he is confident that the new ruler
of Morocco. King Hassan II. will
maintain the same attitude toward
Moroccan Jewry as his father, the
late King Mohammed "Some time
is needed before it will become
clear to local police authorities that
:h\ musl faithful!} ii.......the
Kinu".- decision to allow .lews
obtain PHWrU lor emigrate
abroad. Dr Coldmann ,j;,j ,
Meanwhile, it was announced
here that a Moroccan Jewish art
1st. M Arama. has been jPpo ,
lirector Of the School ol M v.
in Casablanca. Arama. a M
known painter, ha. ,\
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Fr]day March 24. 1961 +Jmisti fk-rHi^r Dhahran Seen as Lesson in Diplomacy Page 9-A Continued from Page l.A -'-^,j s i high and cannot be rtplaeed. ol domestic fair employment practice laws on 'h^ excuse that antiJewish job discrimination is ne sary to satisfy itpartner, the Sau it the Arabian American Oil ComArabian government. £jUM a. .... DhaH !" :< „.. rnn t „ ,„„ „.„„, „„„_ „„, ^ ^^ ^ ^ "Catholic chaplains have been by the New York Court of. Appeals a a,nst Jews Dr. Prinz declared: Arilhja has hppn :h ; difnil barred from Hearing their religious ordering a hearina of charo* t "There can no longer bo even a so is our need to submit to rtavestments and even [rom wearino • >,.. *.,.„_ > %  v i'>"s?e of reason for permittin" tional humiliation an.I the delibericar. Jewish Congress that ,\ramr 0 to persist in its violation ate i isregard ol our local law." m wearing cross on their PH-.I" GOIMHN Men's Club Will Hecr Attorney the insignia of :h military uniforms I). spite these repe ited affronts to the mtegrit} of American citizensh 'P' vernmeni has continued lo placati ap| ,! mollifj Saudi Arabia in every | ,\.,y I this p ilicj has now proved trarj a< tion ol Saudi v .. .• endins the m agn i %  :.• i • i stea : vi luntaril) abandoning Dhahran as •' '" %  '" in I prim iple, we in effeel being expelled by the v him : ^ra rulers Dr Prii i lallenged thi view thai the Dhahran ba>e was ol i import am I i the l States He i te I .. statement by former Air F o rce Se< r<' irj Thomas K Finl -tter to the \.i Washington Congress in June, 1957, on the • I \ president waue ol the tase Mr Finletter : Jew wrol •v PPear in There habeen much unfounded i j UM meet '.,1k about the ssity ol the Dhahran air! i Id to the in< iub will be ''".'~ "' ,ht l :U '' 1 States. I ,|. ,. think I am n aware of the /,, % %  rtance ol the base structure I emplc '"' A;r f rc '" :i1 I cannot tooj, and : %  : ,J < an > one ih as Dhahran .vital he • ni m shap ol ite I ition of M ol \ er 300 • the i nited ted with I Vmi no .. s mat • V % %  mblj .it "I do not believe that the need for the Dhahran air base in any way require* us to sacrifice the principles in which the American people believe. I think, in short, that the value of the Dhahran base is relatively small and that if can be replaced, but that [ne value of the principle involved is Mayor Manager To Get Trcphy The trophy, which arrived this eeh from Washington, I) C is awarded in recognition ol the com Ki ., Huh !: %  te will on behalf ol Ul • r Pallot. teautificaUon nM civic efforts tor Miami i %  > leoa Fri beautflcation and is .pon-orpd by rerrace hotel the National Cleaa-tfp Bureau. MIAMI THEATRES Olympic* Beach Gables Shores ALSO FLORIDA THEATRES IN Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale West Palm Beach : ,% i fsj "B BIIIU um DBmMmv err ro fWffS 'T -• I'M MTQ 8 • BTttrll OfOSTJ T>TJ> BVM TO&U -••: voecr^sja^va .vsosirm ,i co 'vcantriK nun .:. : s -;•-;;•? ,yrnt — ir?** HTWMV'il 6.000.00*3 m 33K fin* -ryjior? "wnm %  wa *WP lir-aa art ifMll *i l v,r %  %  ^ ^W* • r, fit O'TB or r 18W "WT ISDN'S lWnjBK i II the liest Passover tiail ition! "t ^ v Goodman's square matzos, round tea matzos, egg matzos, matzo meal r macaroons and other choice Passover foods-all produced under the! strictest rabbinical supervision.



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Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Fnday. March 24. 1961 Section D Mrs. Sam Sklar and Dr. Ben Fabric, president of Temple Ner imid, shown durinq the dedication of the Ner Tamid Ark in memory of the late Sam Sklar, a founder of the Temple. Seated are Mrs. Nathan Rottenberg and Mrs. Maurice Zaretsky. Dedication At Ner Tamid Attracts 1.500 Some 1,500 persons attended the dedication of ihe new sanctuary at Temple Ner Tamid las) week. Principal speaker was noted news commentator Gabriel Heatter Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of .NIT Tamid. offici ated Co-chairmen were Ezra Finegold and Maurice Zaretsky. Dedicated were Ihe follow ing •The main sanctuary, seating l %  -ian l thi Louis and I tol ie Coh n Chap< I. with an ad ditional seats tor 300. •Th< e Ark in memorj the la;.' San sk .. •. if the founders oi Ner Tamid. •A stained glass window unveiled '.: %  [. %  %  % %  \ i : ate lr\ ll g 1 irrej. • T.vo mi,'/./.ior. %  '-.. dorp i-'-. presei ted l IVilli im .1 ii..r ris an,! Nathan Rottenberg. The pulpits were presented by former Surfside Mayor E S< hwarz and MrSchuarz. Theme from 'Exodus" depicts a Jewish eider who assists a youth as he dons his phylacteries. Artist is Miami Beachite Morris Rossein. Mr. and Mrs. Lou:3 Cohen are congratulated by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz deft) on the occasion of the dedication of the Louis and Goldie Cohen Chapel. Right is Dr. Ben Fabric, president. Council of Jewish Federations, Welfare iFunds Names 3 Miamians to Committee %  Miamians ia\ Seen ap i:\ajor of the : .1. wi&h : "atl >:iand %  I Linds ( Myers, a former lational p and a of Miami Federal las been api to the i m Israel Stanlej < %  !i serve %  Publ i wU %  immittee th ation'a • •. piai | r mittee a %  ( derat I i i i president ri to the N Commit Leadersl • I ipment i am mber ol Federatii %  ird ol go* %  and Ex< i nittee 'Y' Juniors Will Have Model Seder Passover will I ill by 1 inior and I after ichool I usilj at preparing tor the coming > celebration through songs, discusiiona a :' t art.and projects depicting the ExoT, 'ey will have a model Seder at "V" on Apr. 4 a' 330 p.m. Th > Nal mmittee on Lead, rsl %  • • el pmenl is responsible : cal efl rl to re., i ra leaders I r lewLsh < Gaps in lead i ranks in recent years mak I riorit) CJFWF proji ji, %  %  K Welfare :. assumed gr increase in public health ,.rhe commiti %  d, vel ipments, concentra leg slative mat;,.,-. • earing on ire Hind ai • ;n ,.. immendati ins I encot %  i... • i • ake ..i own i .in [sra : %  n es tween the \ can mity and the agenci •[sra nrhii % %  carry on ne fare programs they support. The committee's main responsibilities are to facilitate exchange „f in| .1 between American and Israel, leaders and to assure the m t effective utilization of Ami' ihilanthropic fundin Israel. Beach Lodge Will Install Officers Newly-elected officers a:'d trustees i i l".n.ii B'rith Miami Beach Lodge will be installed at a banquet on Sunday, Apr 30, at '.he Algiers hotel. Officers are irving >cnatzman. president; Theodore M Truahin. pTesideAt-elect; Samuel Werner. Jack \ • t iseph L Goddman, vice presidents; Ben Sine, record ing secretary; Melvin Richardson, financial secretary; Harry Altman, treasurer; Herbert L. Heiken and Edward li I.--, in, moml irs; Max M Frie Iman ; v.J Ben Let • guardians; Abraham Swartz and Ben MoskowitZ, ward' Trustees are .lack M Pink, George Kronengold, Michael Sossic William Agranove, Harry B. Rogers, Gershon s. Miller, Paul Seiderman. Edwin Marner. William Bornstein and Milton Kahn. Jack Fink was chairman of the nominating committee. The Miami Beach Lodge met Wednesday everum; at the Algiers hotel to celebrate the 47th wedding anniversary of Ro-e and Irving Schatzman, newly elected president. Guest speaker was Alex Gordon, V.iAi' County Commissioner, and cantor Hirsch Adler and Joseph Shreibman, music direct >r of Ternpie Emanu-EI, presented a proim of s ngs Beachite Sculpts Out of Sense Of What's Riqht Mcrns Ros-i f 1271 i -" Beach, is a lie came hi n -• < rt years a 50 Island 1 • st of his if* New i 5 retired. Ros; %  -••: %  • an; iss g >w 11 He is an culpt It all happem this A .. y Two years a • Ml Si 1 ii H ispital began to h mor its I mi • %  imi of th • i • who ga< fts of I to the er< facility overlooking Biscayne Baj Hon r• : Ie i a sculpte I lust >l eacn • I thi I 1 "I was inspired," Rosse'n explain:', "by this outpouring of philanthropy. I was also intrigued by Ihe busts, which awakened m me the desire to do something creative." The next thing Rnss knew, he 'was on hii own He I never had any a. : and t still w iri mai ily froi ; and a sense ol is a isthetically During tl ast two ye irs, he has produce ma tj I n elj among them a bea I ul cast of a 1 youth as he donhis ph> lat I .a reproduct) >r if 1 theme in Exodui," b\ Le>n I ris Alpha Omega fo Meet Alpha Omega memoers will meet for brunch on Sunday from 111) a.m. to noon at the Deauvdle hotel, with Dr Lawrence Krasne •a charge of arrangements Mew Youth Club at T A new program for b >j 1 girls of juni ag< seventh lr ... zh ninth zra Ie has )fMHA Bran :h, y 1 \ 11 cl la -' i lub are n IM • (regular": there. Thi rogra n %  %  athleti a< I < ties, socia • %  1 : even: cha Zionist Youth Camp Revealed S ithern Zionist Youth ( im5 n ".as rented a camp in Henlersonville X. C. 1 I 1961 with an option to buj ic to Gil Rappaport and Mrs lerald Soltz, Greater Miami Camp .Judaea coordinators To be k .1Camp Ju iaea, it covers 33 acres has some of the best camping in he South. ins call tor two three v •-is the first, June 20 I > July • second, July it to Jul; according to Mervyn Berrir: of At. I • 1 director ot the Southern Zion st Youth Commission C en do not have be registered lers 01 a v tung Judae 1 or of the Souther:. Zionist Youth 1 ission, but mu-'t be betw i a the ages I 9 and 15 The camp is locate I six '•" !S Hendersonville, on the Hendersonville-Charlotte highway 14, d^A :.26 miles from Ashi vil There are a private lake gj m 1 sium, a theatre, an infirmary, arts and crafts building. handball and tennis courts There ar. also areas for baseball, golf, volley ball, badminton, hors archery and croquet The camp ha> a complete electrical system. Further details may be obtau I trorr! Zvi Berger, Bureau of Jew ish Education. Senior Citizens In Lunch Here A,-. :•.:. '\ atioi ig Senior Cil Clubs of 'he creat;-!Miami • i ommunity Center i^ the neuly formed Ladies Auxiliary of the Golden Age Friendshp club of [he Miami VMHA Bra The group, recently firmed to fund raising lun< hie ma and zame parties held its first affair week. The club's president, Hj man Kam, has ex| esed ths hope "thai this ''i monthly activ %  > The club enti I as Mrs George A Sin president I the Miami YMHA; < • Plotkm. director. Department il Service to Senior Citizens; and David Eskenazi, branch director Members Of the luncheon committee included Mrs. Emma Ronald, chairman. Mrs Samuel Zatman. Mrs. Benjamin Kawaller. Mrs David Braun. Mr. and Mrs Abraham Bernn. Mr and Mrs Hy man Kam. Mrs Alexander Yasen. Mrs Sol Kaufman. Mrs Ethel Ja1 mel and Mrs Ida Farber. Hadassah prepares a perm 03 five-year Irr.a contributors :o Youth Aliyah. The recora will have a rlcce of honor in the Ker.neita Szold Room, now a national thriiM i l Israel. The leather-bound volume with 150 betifully orated paqes will contain naznee of all five-year [rah >l an q lines. Standing '.left to riaht ere Mesdames Meyer Karr;3, Frances Entine. Seated (left to riaht ore Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. Miami Beach chapter Ima, coordinator; Mrs. Max Schenk. national Youth Aliyah chairmanand Elizabeth Zentler. Not present were Mesdames Rae Franklin, Minnie Rothfeld. S. Ontt, end Bessie Spen.



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Friday. March 24. 1961 %  rJmrisii thrHiTtn Page 5-A Iraq Vetoes Notables Visas JERUSALEM (JTA) Iraq | was reported here to have instructed all of its embassies and consulates to hnr visas to more than 100 well-known personalities because they had attended international conferences in Israel. The Baghdad Radio announced a partial list of the persons to whom visas will he refused. They included i a former Nepal Premier, a Singapore education official, a Philip1 pines trade minister, the presidents of Teheran and Copenhagen universities. Nobel prize-winning British atomic ph> sicist sir John ( ockroft, and others. Mosl of those named took part In the Rehovol conference on the role of science :n assisting underdeveloped countrievou CAN SAVE MORE THAN 25% On AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE k. A written V ishe Dayan. who was Israel's Chief of Staff durina a il military period and is now Minister of Aariculture. oral New York International Airivort via El Al Israel Airlines let to begin a nationwide tour on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. He is directina efforts to solve crucial farm problems in Israel affecting more than 130.000 immiqrant farm settlers of previous years, whose farmsteads are still not selfsupporting. Gen. Dayan is shown with Rabbi Herbert Friedrr.cr. left, executive vice chairman of the UJA. Kennedy Tells $25 Million Credit for Israel Programs WASHINGTON— dent Kennedy has announced that I 00.000 redif had been tutorized foi I -r..i I by the EXDOrtk of Washington to •elopmenl of Israel's '• eredij will cover i seaport develop ncultural machinery Government began •re f„r (his line ol he. Finance Mm% visited Washing %  Export Import • directors this week • ve the 125.001 credit, it bad received from Israel ; FUjjKestion;. fr projects costing approximately SIS.OOO.OIIO. it is anticipated th.u the balance will be utilized for additional i idu trial equipment. The projects already submitted covered mainly agricultural ami industrial machinery and equipment Also submitted w< re undertakings ir pi ACT extension. -': mated al about (3 500 000 I hi i i line ol credit envisaged som equipment for the in \ seaport ol A&hdoJ estimated at abi I i Mapai in Rally; Golda Backs B-G Continued from Page 1-A do"s not obtain one percent of all the votes. In the last national elections 12 liMs ,,f candidates did not obtain this minimum. The Cabinet decision, which will have to be approved by Parliament, is designed to discourage a repetition of such a development. The Cabinet aisn f.scussed the strike of the high school teachers which entered Sunday its third week About 1.500 teachers are involved in the strike which was precipitated by the demand for higher wages Levi Eshkol, in his capacity IM chairman of the special min isterial committee dcalinc with the problem, reported to the Cabinet on the arrangements which the Ministrj of Education is making for holding final examinations of tiHH) high school seniors hould strike net be settled before the end of the term. About 25.000 students m the lower classes are also affected by the strike. THE TRAVELERS The Company Thai Invented Automobile Insurance lee us for complete information about The Trav* tiers low-cost Automobile Policies that will suit our needs. BERNARD SEGAL SEGAL INSURANCE AGENCY FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING MIAMI FR 9-6441 HI 4-0228 REPRESENTING THE TRAVELERS HARTFORD p nort -ID3 %  a KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen TETLEY TEA IN A GLASS That's the fine old Jewish way to enjoy tea at its finest...Tetley Tea... richer in taste... served in a glass or cup Everyone Benefits tvitJi Mountain Valley Wafer ii use Dt Mountain Vallc) Water tends to expel s\stcmic idly, reduces excessive acidity, and improves digestion. Is ol people drink this natural water from the health Hot Springs, Ark u> help maintain excellent health. will more use it to .iid in the treatment of arthritis, ltidne\ and ^mptoms. In am disorder, a:>k jour doctor how much to drink daily. ; ; fountain Valley Water MOT sen NO O 301 S.W. 8th Street-Phone FRanklin 3-2484 GOLFERS! SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT!! ]Q SOOO Q s l 5 0 %  O Holes — Holes %  NITE OWL 9-30 to Midnight $1 50 COLONIAL PALMS GOLF COURSE COCKTAIL 10JNGC AND DINING ROOM NOW OPEN '•'OfVHIIf SHORT ORDERS *


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Friday. March 24 '.961 +Jenist Fkri-fiw P 3 ge 7-A State Dep't. Ignores U.S. View of Blockade Mrs nie S turns over her gift to So! Goldmc:-. aa she estabLi tea Lha Shmut-I and Fruma Mile of Freedom Road." Beach Woman In JNF Gift v: •.• %  • meer workth*-n Palestine, ant the wardship, -,. • •together privation, hunger and I tease that kith he; iiisbanJ, • late Samuel the and her fellow Chaluzim enind pnilanthrodured during those >arly days in ucagj an I Miami the beginning of the Jewish state. lint Jewish National The new project mil be known i It*. 3tee : the call as the "Shmuel ind Fruma If tie of %  \ it %  %  • it" JNF b) Freedom Road •1 Freedom Continued from P*ge I A question would >nl> ntensif) the verj tradi and tr insii restrictions which we all hope to J eliminated, while .a the same time playing intci the nan I Communists bj exacerbating Middle East tensions." When the State Department notified itdiplomats in Arab states oi the Senate amendment, "our field posts stressed t^iat linking 'hi' transit and boycott q lest ions directly with assistai u ler the Mutual Securrt) \ | tuld adverselj affect over all United States int rests w th I1 i \\ ancin? the principles il the amendment." Mi il tghlan I w Notv thstanding these 1 • State Department weighed" how the amendment "might best ipplied on each occasion when : ils for significant ne assistance were up for consideration." he indicated. adding however, that the Department in each ease based its policy on the views of the V S. diplomats in Arab states and decided not to implement the amendment San. Keating, commenting on th* Department's letter, cited President Kennedy's pledge to implement the amendment and said: "If the President has changed his policy since his announcement last summer. Congress most seek new means to guarantee freedom of the seas when the Mutual Security bill is considered this year. "We must not let this matter die Sen Keating continued He -aii he was "disappointed *) learn the Sta'e Department appears determined not to carry out the will of Congress as expressed in 11 freedom cl is amen Imet He found it "distressing thai •Secret a r\ it State "apparrtl • does not stand back of the exp! I written promise made by the Pr %  ; ident" and called on Mr. Kennedy to insist that the State Uepartm | follow his announce! policy ml iue. Rogozin Tells Why He Slows Further Investments in Israel NEW YORK FT \ Isr II i me i trialisl and a lea i vestnr in Israel, issue here this leek lecision to defer further investments in Israel and to postpone h:moving to Israel for permanent settlement there "It is a change of mind — not a change of heart," re declared. He said he had decided to change his plans to settle in Israel now even though he had already sold his home in America. He was deeply disappointed, he explained, by the lack of receptiveness to his continued plea for a sounder approach to the encouragement of private foreign investmen. He stre? f ho Id bi i [srai %  i ecoi %  %  ind protect n %  : %  • %  v. • he could indue %  pani ::il to participate in similar vestments in Israel, he p >inte I Rogi sin said he strongly I I that Ihi lime had i cine for [sra i to move away from joining forces with manipulatorand promote to make a "fasl buck Until views fall upon more receptive ear> than a; pre-ent he was %  willing to expand his investm %  : < in Israel. Rogosin said He em phasized that hi^ decision was by no means final in Free nea talent itthis "liv: Visit to May 23 era of her -.-..,: her former gather to join i.' thi In tui • : %  i.U to Sol hair • • >| the JNF I MrSklar recalled in hen th • and her late hu ether *ith hundreds • -left Russia, how they ned bj I le Jewish com Vienna and Trie--. %  te to • le m what was THE MAN WITH THE MOUSTACHE THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRITH or FLORIDA 7801 Carlyle Avenue — Miami Beach 41, Florida UNion 6-5226 X^J UNion 6-8206 IBBI OR ISAAC HfRSH EVER Ph D L.tr D Founder and Rdbb AGUOATH ISRABL HEBREW INSTITUTE OFFICERS NX • Help of G-J' President HERMAN WEINTRAUB Vice Ptttd PHILIP YASSER S tar\ SAM BRICK Treasure* WILLIAM COHf!N Board f Directors MARRY CAMMSR MAX GOLDBERG SAM KLEIN I \CK ROTH MORRIS SAMOWfTZ MOISHE STERI HARM rEPPERBERG ATTENTION GREATER MIAMI JEWRY' The Following Concerns Are Under Strict Supervision And Certified As KOSHER FOR PASSOVER 1961 AND ARE ENDORSED BY THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hlrsh Evar. 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F:ge 4-C +Jewish fteridiar Friday. March 24. 19S1 The Jewish Scapegoat in the Civil War: Part 4 By ALFRED H. PAUL JTA Thus far in this Mries, we have *een tke AmerMta Jew? Son and South, acting as a loyal A '.an, behaving as a citizen loyal 1 I the cause of all the people. c ther on the I'nion Bide or in the Confederacy But the American Jew during the Civil War ; -nod — as th;> Jew in all pel • : history and in nearly all Ian Is — could not target thai h.' was imethiag else In sides an Am B T • %  • Jew was not allowe I I .~ Jewishness — although he ,i. ertainlj prou of it A > in turmoil found, In the ipegoat. Anti Semit isi both sides the fi during the enl Civi One of the Sooth's most prom-ent statesmen was Judah P. Eeriamin, apslocWt 'or •lav,. f A',;Betti • %  %  S %  %  %  I t in ..: li were atta as Jewish secessionists: In the > %  uth, they were attacked simp > as Jews .in i blamed as Jews whenever the balance .>f war turnigainst the Confederacj At one time, during the war. anl Semitism became so pronounced that a Jewish arm) officer fi ing for the Confederao Co A lolphus H Adler, challei |i • %  • %  R ima : Ex II • • i duel for ng J< • race Whei verted < in I loan to I i • • ; | \ • i STREITS TO .r?k m has everything 'Cosher for Passover end has it or fifty eWrtUrfsa Jews hare answered the Seder query: *Why is this trtght different?" But do you know the answer to this one: "Why is thi Passover different?" The answer is that this year, fo.the Brat time, 6TREITS brings you some new taste treats never brlore available for Passover. For instance, fabulous CAKE MIXES that have their o*n disposable BAKING PANS tn tha package: smooth, rich CHOCOLATE PUDDING powder; irresistible new POTATO PANCAKE (Latke) MIX inade with REAL ONIONS. And something else to new that it's never been known before...a Passover FRENCH SALAD DRESSING that will tingle your taste buds. STREITS has always pio' m Jleared new taste treats to glorify your Fasaover tr.tnui; • this year, more than ever, you'll enjoy these ^ '4TIRST-BY-STRE1TS holiday guodietj, RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK and RABBI CHAIM aUAUK -< <*Se*. V '"*. • ts** ££ • %  %  ^ : :•&** ..-^ :; .-..%j? ^ The most modern, yet reverer. y observant that are >li i • .xent of Passover Prod i ;ingulahedfor(9 af,>-•*/ Di tinctivotn Taste. Disti •edicatedtoXat, &§£. M \ STRE1T S IS FIRST CARE MIXES i BAKING %  FANS %  Kills ? BAKING PAN *j 9 jAtturi MGE HONEY CAKE • CHOCOLATE FUDGE MIX CAKE MIX PASSOVER MAT70S EGG MAHOS • WHOLE WHL MATZOS • MATZO MEAL • MATZO FARFEL APPLE JUICE • APPLE SAUCE • BORSCKT CAKE MEAL • CATSUP • CHOCOLATE CAKE MIX • CHOCOLATE COVERED MARSHMALLOV.S • CHOCOLATE COVERED MATZOS • CHOCOLATE PUDDING MIX • CINNAMON • All Pu-pose COFFEE • Instant COFFEE • COOKIES t EGG KICHEL • FRENCH DRESS'NG FBOIT SL.CES • GARLIC POWDER t I FISH • PhtWtlHsfisil CEFILTE FISH BINCM CRAPE JU-CE • HONEY • HONEY CAKE • HONEt %  • MACAROGSS • VANDEL TOAST • MARMALADE JELLS • NJT CAKE • ONION POWOER PAPRIKA • Black PEPPER • fc its PEPPER • POTATO PANCAKE MIX • POTATO STARCH • Pflrsf -a ; PRUNE JUICE • SOUP NUTS • SOUR SALT SPONGE CAKE i SPONGE CARE MIX • TLA BALLS • TOMATO JUICE Products of ARON STREIT INC., NEW YORK Make-: o' Hj WORLD S FINEST MATZOS • EGG MATZOS • MATZO MEAL STRUT S IS fi5 r with KOSMSBfOI *5>J.fci? FRENCH SALAD DRESSING A i g'-tsotie, te~ipti ig dressing want to enjoy all year 'round. STRUT S IS FIRST with KOSMEFOPA; POTATO PANCAKE aatke, MIX made with REAL ONIONS ywr family v,il dote on thote criip, golden, tatty latke>| STRUTS IS HRST with KOSHER fOR PAS CHOCOLATE PUDDING in powder form %  : m other Jewish who were aiding the North. The hschil i ; milj in Frankfurt v-aleu iliiiu jaia*u'> to the North. u i American Jewish banki rs, the brothers Joseph ar I U S '.tnan. di-p^sed of S200.000. worth of Union bonds One ie wealthiest men in the North was an ex-Jew Aufiusi Belmont, wh i used all his gretl weal h ;o ai i the North Y %  ; such newspapers as Chicago Tribune an.i !h<' New York Herald spoke of all Jewish • kers as traitors who w< i to sell oui the Noi I I Cor.l derac) Anti-Semitic preaehars spoke to large crowds ; n the North ccn e'em-ing Jews. Hate literature was widely dissem : ra*ed. and even the rrost respected newspapers had a v, and in aliv.o-t _n;. verbal Jew-baiting Newspapers, as a rule, identified persons with Jew jh n3mes arrested c >"iugglfj charges or ot!i?r swell crii-es. as Jw. Thev did i'' ie'entify Jews o.i the ca^. as New York Ti Detroit ( .'< w,ir<' gold 5p The Bi ked the chil Iren o because a p< Southerner %  wealth) Charh ~ n Jew named Mordecai, contributed $10,000 to the I'onfedoracv A newspaper in Indiana stated :h.it ••cur fell M citizens of the Hebrew persua are. with a few honorable exei ;> tion-. all afflicted with the perhead mania." Beth David Choir At Fri. Services Cantor William \V Lipson and the Beth David choir, under the direction of Albert Sussman. will present three new liturgical wmpo. aitions Fridaj night m Beth David's tifth annual observance of Jewish Music Month. The compositions uill include "Yism'chu" and "llogao Ovos," by Joshua Lind. noted cantor who writes mutiC in the traditional Jewish mo.ie with modern counterpoint Also fusing the traditional and the modern ii '•Rosh Chodesh Bi • then," by the American cantor, Moses Silverman, of Anshe Emel i i r. relation, Chicago Ar. ange merit is by M Janowski Singers in the Beth David choir •ire Ruth Cohen. Rosalind Kati Leah Reizner, Rose Rosamond and Celia Se ;al, iopranos; M Bloom, liten Gaber. Rose Schreilell and Prancine Weinstem, i Ben Dickson and Jai k Lerner, tenors; and Cl rence Langer bass Mrs Gladys Diniti is re::, i. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miomi's Inrqcst & Oldest Supfliar for Synagogues, H brew & Sunday Scl Mraoftsafa & R. isftAiu cms r.';o Novnms ^17 V/ashington A/.\ J£ 1-9017 And so it went. fhnMinhoiit the war. both North and South I looked were the Jewish soHleVs who Hocked to the color bankers respective sides — and the dead and wounded who sufl i WASHERS KENMORE AUTOMATIC l.ke new FULLVOUAaiANTEKO SPFClAl SAU $57 'P T137 NW 54 ST. PL 9-6201 REFRIGERATORS $25 Up alor.u with other f ellou leans, i The anti-Semitism of that periad furnishes a black chapter ln the history o* our country. But that movement is worth recalling ai an illustration e* tha fact thaeven in this country, times o' stress could bring anti-Semitism to the front. But. even during the (.'w: period, there were other :, Cles — Signs of a heal:!.' \ icsn interesl in I %  11 prop--, indu ling J • \\ '. touch on those manifestations in the next series KOSgBKIt von PA&SOYER ... P'oduc-1 under ibe s:pc-. of the Union ot Orlhodo( Congregations of d.-r laart/ip give your silver the same gentle care you give your hands J / ?y ^^ BAB --PPS telitble nd w r RICH/SUSAN j i^ • HrnH rsilvei ffl u 3> %  i %  |J! i : : %  ulvat. |^| Ask t..Hajti Ma\ nard-Page. hf. 121 E. FLAGIER STREET PtlOTM FR 3-644



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Pcge 6-D i t t i 4 RETURN BY POPULAR DEMAND! THE FAMOUS CANTOR WILHELM SILVER of Chicago 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 Ey Harfenist Tickets are Available at HARFENIST RESTAURANT 1381 Washington Avenue JE 8-2055 JE 8-2058 m^mrmmmemmmmmtmemmim >Je*i$r fkridHcir f -cry. March 17, 1961 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl The Royal Hungarian "* ?**" Now Accepting Orders for Take-Out Possover Meals 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401 ATLANTIS HOTEL DINING ROOM PASSOVER SEDERS C/25 PER PERSON ^^" PER SEDER SERVED IN THE 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 BRUNS Co Owner TRADITIOSAL OPEXHEAHTH COOKERY 1500 CORAL WAY Z^IAMI • HI 5-1331 PttTVATI BANQVET rACatTM LOhCrl OlfcNm SUPPE" %  i. • ..*! SI -.IMIWM'WMI* urn NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: Sanford Kay and George Margolig were the "envy" <>i the field in the recent pro-am al Bayshore men pro va> Arnold Palmer, and the thud amateur in Iheir foursome ra newly-appointed Ambassador to Ireland, Grant Stockdale Attorney Henrj E. Coleman has come up with a right bright idea. He suggests that the civic minded citizens of .Miami Beach from "Cour tesy Corps." to overcome the bad publicity engendered by discourteous incidents here that have been spotlighted in papers around the countr> Each member of the volunteer "Corps" would sei a standard in creating goodwill for the area by going out of the way to be courteous and h< Ip lul to visitors, in autos or afoot. Also, it wouldn't be a bad idea d members or such a group also reported acts of discourtesy on the part <>t public officials, police, bus drivers, store clerks, salesman, and all others who come into daily cot-tart with tourists Michael Sossi ol the veteran operators ol "retiree" here, hajust added the Royal to his Blackstone operation, and the M ting i bain is ire to grow There's talk among the Beach hotel fraternity that Ben Novak is just about ready to make an announcement about another new wing, this one an ultra-plush. European plan operation, with the rest of the mammoth hostelry going American plan. Thai was a twin birthday party hosted by Julius Kasdin at hiFlamingo dr home, for hiwife. Ruth, and their friend, Rusty Weinger Spotted among the guests were the Larry Paskows, Dr and MrMurraj Reckson, Lillian Wolff, the Bennj Davis's. Anne Sigelbaum, the Paul Pollaks, the Baron d Hirsch Meyers and many mere. Long-time popular promotion director ol the \ Y Daily Mint i Sid Panzer, has become .< part-time Miami Beach resident H and hiwife hav-( ai apartmenl at ihe Pioneer Housi Randy Polanskj one of the busier novelty sales execs what with the Beach councilmanic campaign ready to -wins: into high gear, and buttons lor favorite candidates starting to sprout like the proverbial spring flowi rHOTEL LOBBYING: Due to Passover's coming earlier th:year Miami Beach hotels expeel a record-breaking week Believe me, ihej need ii awell .;almost ever} retail business here (Tie season was one oi the shortest in historj The Shelborne has joined the many outstanding beachfront hos telries that are offering Seders, with one on the 31st. and a prominent cantor will officiate. Trie popular Michel's restaurant is also accepting reservations for Ihe First Seder. The Israel Histadrul markits 4>th anniversary and ihe liar Miti van ol that nation on Apr 2 with a Seder at the Font aim bl au Chuck Goldberg got his Sorrento a solid nal recently on the pop ilai Pric< l" I v show Wonder if anj Beach ions for Ihe summer include an expan sive program to attract teen agers' The smart hotelman who comes up with a gimmick or gimmicks to attract the under-20 set will ha i packed house, if you are .. parent oi teen-agers you'll know what wi n< an AFTER DARK AROUND TOWN: Attorne> Shirlej Wool! made a iel awaj to Manhattan tor the debut ol cUent Belle Barth at the Round table earlier in the week Mow do you like how fast Belle is moving. Hum Los tageles to New York, and next, no doubt, l.aVegas? We always said -he bad talent plus, if -he thinned out ihe blue material and expanded her mu-.i al offerings The Eden Roc Pompeii room is -ei for a harvest ol dollarduring the holidays, with Johnny Mathis and company on tap. including comic Jackie Ma-on Next to Sinatra, ithere another male singer whose records -ell taster than those of Mathis? The bill is really balanced at the Fontainebleau, now that Keely Smith has joined spouse Louis Prima and his musical group. There was a rumor that they were going separate ways, but this ought to end such talk Jackie Carter, who never gives a bad -how. and always offers i ioad of new material with ever} appearance here ,his usual exciting exuberant -elf at ihe Deauville ( asanova room Maybe we should say he even more peppers and for a good reason, because (here are wedding bells m the offing Hi.fiancee iPaul., Steward, one ol the highlights ol Lucille Ball's Broadway hit musical, "Wildcat "Caught in the Act" iprobably the be-t entertainment box in lown right now playing to crowded tables al the Downstairs room „f the Seville. MOVIE BEST BETS: \, ver on Sunda> looklike its neve, i 0 in o end it.long run at the Mayfair, Suri .,.,,1 Sunset, still standins in line to see this line import. %  Operation Eichman" is packing them in at th.' Olympia Beach ( '' and >n,,nv %  l"o •'" import, with, as we all know a timelv theme •Hippodrome" is a European-made spectacle ol circus life al the Canb, Miami and Miracle, and its realism and authentic) ol lif, under the big top will please screen goers of all ages i DINING SCENE: (iray's inn ,taking re.erv.tiOM tor traditional style Passer d.nnerv The Dade blvd rest.ur.nl I, -„|| .Jove for service and food, whether for a restive or regular occasion Royal Hungarian, on the Beach, sold out for Passover is fakino reservations now for takeout holiday dinners. '""'"9 HO*}*** NORMANDII RIS1AURANT RESERVATIONS STIll BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE EIRST SEDER Air


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Pcge 4-D •Jmlst Dtridfor Fridoy, March 24 1961 Emanu-EI Players Begin Production Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh created one oi the most memorcble romantic teams in film history as Rhett Butler and Scarlett C'Hara in David O. Selznick's production of "Gone with the Wind.'' The all-time great screen version of Margaret Mitchell's fcmous novel is presented in tribute to the year of the Civil War Centennial, end opens Wednesdcy at Wometco's Carib. Miami end Miracle Theatres. Ner Tamid Young Adults dance Sunday nieht is open to sin_ men and v.omen between le Ner Tamid Young Adults the aces of 19 and 39. % A? presents ^traditional /aXioier -u^Unner ana ^JeriueS Treat yourself and your loved ones (o a rich experience in a Floral Temple setting conducted bj CANTOR HERBERT RICHARD BROWN ol the Hebrew Union College ol Sacred Music FRIDAY NIGHT. MARCH 31 J/7.50 per person including tax Children up to age 12 — 5/2.50 Tor Reservations: IE 2-2581 \ .. untj mosl prominent citizens, headed by Maj or R iberl K I I gh and \l HaverfM hairmai I the Boar,, i : Mi tropolitan I 1 ty Commissioners, "ere present %  >.?.\ night aT mple KnunuEl's Sirkin Hall to help li %  Shingle on I ei Street." the Temple Players' I duen. Apr. 22. 2 h High S • • %  ti : i Aroi •. %  i %  %  .M11 recti e Levu Wit I Mrs Doi ill • %  fe of th< te maj amoi hi,' li %  Mil ni< k chairF thi ers Swee-Touch-Nee Evokes Memories Recolli etions ol Si d< r niyht in grandfather's house, with all its warmth and excitement, its melange of tastes, sounds and aromas intimately associated with Pass over evoke nostalgic memories ol the rich, aroma of Swee-touch-nee Tea, with its soft, deep, velvet) fragrance Many things change in the course of two or three generations, old customs, transplanted from Europe, givi way to traditions more akin to our American way "I lite. But the tradition ol Swee-touch-nei i • Passover and. for that matter. throughout the entire year, is as strong, as fondly familiar today, as it was in grandfather's home—and in his latherhome in the old country Its popularity, if anything, has been enhanced in recent years, re on choice, carefully— -elected %  -. picked irom thi fim I ol the Orienl and blended M'h ,, -kill that ithe treasured heritage of the people who pack it And though the hulk tea that was so popular with b> oni i nerations has given way in great measuri to leabag, Swee-toui h n< i T< .1 Mill quick and lull bodied, flooding the cup or glass with hearty flavor and thi ov ing amber color that is characteristic of this S 11 e-touch-nee Tea, strictly kosher fi : Passov i r, is featured al all supermarkets, chains and independent food stores which i a holiday line dent. !.• d filickman. %  < %  %  'icing rirsl guest : :.'r bi In ing er of the Othacs present to is.... g< DOS • ".. r past the Alex Gordon %  ol the Karceloii^ \^^T proudly preent SlC>OR f amoua International Opc< 6ta' Who WIN Conduo4 tRA&itioml seC>eR seRvices In lh Boatutiful CORONATION ROOM Full Courit Dinner Including Sacramental Win* aerved at G.30 4 Sand-Ell Strictly Kosher CATERING BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • PARTIES 7446 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. Phs. U N 6-6226 U N 6-5278 Thank you for your Patronage A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ROVRI mi P MOTI4 par person 1 • It • III For fTeaervattone. phone Mr. Opptnhtlm jm 2 3311 RESERVATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER HOLIDAYS >lrvit,on, Cll Jt 17381 S n the Q Metro B. f Con Miami Comr raumei i,. ban and lire %  i Friedman, Mian i B< man Wotfie Cohen, Kockj '>l"' %  I Lv N The PllfM r riex.1. from their r i ments h -<: : > Mi ai \i tnick, c I< 18th .M di t D I! • .I • %  II MAKE THIS A PASSVOER TO REMEMBER E"|o y Seder dinner at the beautiful Shelbcne' Din including ,\ a || he rim „, ings f ro | lamb to the 'extra cup" Services will be conduct* lou.s Schwartzman & Family featuring Balforia G.mad %  $8 'p'r include* ,! ftp 7 P V FOR atSfPVAUCNS PH JE 1-1271 Stymour M."--' A SHOWER OF STARS HOTEL SHELBORNE ON THE OCEAN, 18th STREET, MIAMI BEACH



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Page 16-C Jtm'# F kridifon Friday. March 24 1361 Five Mysterious Fires at Seminary Saturday, he received %  „,„< Jj warning him: This ls r ;. thm Beware. The rest is i u CJnie y* KEW YORK (WNS) Five last two weeks, and the poliee we the neighborhood oi ant. S< smitism aa puzzled bv the vandalism as are as a possible motivation. RaDDi AI nhvrflj. head "t the -<• teystenous tires have struck one r<*th„ hmidin !" r* th* Rabbinical i tbe officers oj the seminary and ra ham Ginsberg, heafl m in* Hills section of Queens within the In view ol denial bv people in the fires o antibcmiiK tber teenagers or adults. How shortly after the fourth ,, he hinted at that possibility h( disclosed that the synagogue and his seminal > have been day n(gh| ,he targets ol youthful ani.-Sem.trs fh(i ce M vhl ,hreu egga on the se toup fto-csQcS guard at the"eiS" ., u .„„! pawled the words A| ^ .JPfiTit w.^2g Jews Gel Oul ,hat the Queens Distric kttorw! In addition, he revealed that had stepped into the inve 1 I t jti \\ E cl f< d 6 u, in si te SUN-SWEET PRUNE JUICEgkb, natural prune |VfC %  •M sugor odded. MEANS KOSHER SUN-SWEET COOKED PRUNES Cooked prunes, ready fo serve — choice, plump, "/ulcy" delicious! MOTT'S APPLE SAUCEMod* from the finest applet In Apple Loud. 1 l tin, #*OTV 1 OJP^* • i t c • I eaU reae s G MOTT'S APPLE JUICE-Rich, natural apple juice — no sugar added. • %  MOTT'S APPLE RASPBERRY SAUCE New.' Thrilling fasfe ... rich, red, ripe raspberries blended with fines* apples. MOTT S APPLE CRANBERRY SAUCE -New! luscious, long* taste of ripe red cranberries and finest applet. MOTT'S AM 5 "good health" fruit juices in fhis one delicious breakfast drink. CLAPP'S KOSHER for PASSOVER BABY and JUNIOR FOODS r CLAPP'S FRUIT JUICES BABY Apple Orange-Apple PruneOrangeApple JUNIOR Orange-Apple Prune Orange-Apple CLAPP'S FRUITS 3ABY Apple Sauce Prunes and Apple Apricots and Apple JUNIOR Apple Sauce Prunes and Apple Apricots and Apple



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*•*-. -r-e 4-A +Je*ist Fkrrt&r Friday. March 24, 1951 "eJewisli Flor idla n C7FICE and PLANT — 120 N.L Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Corr.rr.urucat.cr.s-Micrr.i TWX MM 39S r?ED K. SHCCHET .... Editor and Publisher l£0 MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BIREA'. T 4 2861 2 S Ben Yehi IJ — : \. Israel 7 KY V I LNDER .. C %  • N E Mith S TIN Jewi$ F:;r:3ian has a6so-Be3 th* JewsUn ta3 t-e Je* til A-f. Ve'-Btr 3* t" Je*^ Telegraph : AgtffC) S=*r*ts Feat-r. ayneicat*. (Wer*"" *e.*** S--. ce Na:% Editorial A S *fner'c Astcf. o' E-31 h-Jei*n Ne*scstn. a"S the Pior.da Press *ssn "•'-•" • Kal %  %  SUBSCRIPT ON RATES One YeaI 5O0 Three Ye*-* S'O 00 Volume 34 Number 12 Mum:. Florida. Fridav. March 24, 1961 7 Nisan 5721 The Day of Dhahran Done When King Saud was feted in Washington CE the occasion oi his visit ht:r he .^JN>*S wingly at the :u:::_= he re i New : days :e:::e The ruckus developed oui oi the State D-erartment's ange: with ~i. who refused to sar.ct::r. aqtraditional iam Tzv.r bckertape parade :;: v I r :::es — let clone royalty. Mayoi Wagnei department declared had embarrassed the n: zr. cr.d endangered its defense posture. If New York failed In its diplomatic res:: risibility. Washington end the Eisenhower .: —.inistation more than made uc for it Bending backward to the point oi obsequiousness. ] € concluded another agreement with SaudiA.-rbia for retention of the U.S. Air Base at Eh chrcn. The base was long before, and long after c source of anguish in the hearts of decent Americans. In the first instance, the U.S. Government submitted to Saudi censorship of military personnel there. No American servicemen of the Jewish faith were permitted. In the M :ond instance, the government OK'd the Arab restriction against overt religious identification DCt in conformity with the Mosiem faith. That these agreements made of lews second =s American citizens bothered neither the A: ministration nor the State Department, both c: whom "explained" the n^d for the Dhahrcn DOM B) terms of long-range U.S. defense against Communism. Fact is that a n less a personality then Thomas K. Finletter himeli. former Air Fcrce Secretary, argued against the need of the c:se — especially in light of the ideologic scenes extracted by the Arabs for its lease. This week, with little more than a politelyc ov ere d yawn o: boredom the Saudis an.".: .meed the sudden cancellation of the agreerrcnt The principal offenders in this foreign policy "strategy" are no longer in Washington n. But Mr. Finletter In the final analysis was : cat. So were millions of decent Americans everywhere, none of them foreign policy exerts, but knowing in their l-.earts that sccrce c: principle can never strengthen the nation. If Dhahran is no more :t is gone at terrible cost to U.S. prestige — to the democratic : that pieces men and the-' dignity above dipl om acy turned duplicity. Yeshiva University Dinner w _. .-.etive workers in behalf c: V hiva University end its Albert Einstein medical school 1 honor Samuel Levenson here on Tuesday et eninq. Mr. Levenson % %  .... ce cited lor •5 ,CChip .:. many local causes end for his identith Yeshiva. The rise of Yeshiva UArr.erie Oi higher educat cr. has bee:: "3 75th tial: leminary i tense many older and rn Lversines also fast organized as centers theological study VO currently be on -he undergraduats bevel and nine graduate and r.ofess.ona! schools ,.:: E.nrein med:cal college the nation s f.:st under visa sponsorship and Stern College for Wo m e n The university features an enro'imant of : COO young men and women pursuing courses Jewish studies and liberal arts and sciences, cr.d a faculty c: some 1,000 renowned edu: cttors The growth of Yeshiva University is marke d in large measure bv the men and women throughout the nation interested in its developSPRING-TIME IN THE NEAR EAST Fulfilling a Kennedy Pledge A somewhat cryptic news report from the United Nations indicates that the U.S. delegction has been working behind-the-scenes to eliminate any possible debate or the IsraelArab dilemma during the current session of the UN General Assembly. President Kennedy is on record as pledging himself to work toward an Israel-Arcb rar> prochement. There is no question that more than even the best intentions are needed to bring it orf. Middle East animosities are too deeprooted to be assucged by a declaration of principles. Indeed at this point, Arcb unrest ..-. the crrea goes far beyond tne announced Arab contempt for Israel; to achieve peace would require settling a host of collateral issues not the ie-csof which includes the Nasser relationsh o to the Soviet Union But if the I960 Kennedy campaign pledge appears naively ambitious when compare the macmitude oi the problem before it &* thing is certain: Tne President has taken a Step ahead c: his tcher.no indecisive one quently uninformed predecessor. Bv recognizing tne s: B a and' ; t tin cance tc the p*: tions ;: n even weU beyond tne :cn:.nes c: tne M East V. Kennedy I : fered -ce S Governmen! I promise tc the IsraelArabce i wen ;z full-t m BOtion at the Jnited N piedge. tponemi 3 -. %  .— • %  If Pres.cen : Ror of m tne U£ the # h an ui Standableai _-. e one c: 0M n: ^ -" %  hi cs -'••: even r:er-.ve But ,t. as tne Amer.con Jew was led to behev. Mr K to resolve the brass-Arab conflict oostoonement of debate is clearlv incompatible with the achievement of that end m.ent. The South Florida chapter nf Yeshiva Umversity is one such organized group. And Sam Levenson will be honored Tuesday as one ot its leaders. during the week ... as i Sftf i( J %  • n m — -m %  T WOULO be interest speculate on the attitude of the Roman Catholic Church la. ward the Kenne<)> ii ucation bill if tfce pit>pgj, 3 | /, been made by Protei ,%  Prelates as distingui->ifi Cardinal Cushing. who th.invocation at the mausur,, tii^n emsr\'*'-tnrt pt-- politician Cardinal Spare lone on record iga federal aid to parochral schoob But now. lesser and greater c lew than these are pressing for a reversal of the classic Amf Catholic view in this regard: indeed, the) are willing to endanger e\en destroy the Kennedy program if they do not get their w. Wi.nld they have h-.-en as militant were the President defeaXovember I th I think, rightly, they would still bt rhe Al Smttl ns a thorn in the concir • %  ••%  %  Ihirtj years after the t father* Had Mr. Ke red i statues' ; tc • charge I with b-;: g \ rolled bit nt's victory, tti .. %  %  Kennedy's eo-religioei> • stant groups that op| m.* Mai -:• •:• •:A LISS0N NOT T£f IfAtNtD THIS APPEARS ALL ght of sevi ithouc power structure thesii Mr. Kenne tj I • convention at the outset npaign — that respect ef in the separation of cb. state I .n be eon ibie to a practicing Ron a 2 it belies I e presumaoly high chureli regard for thing/ ed.i. and strengthei s Un anti-Catb ( ipinion that the regard wih isolongasthi • lucation is Catholic Such philosophic manipulation >a.i — especially -o ir. ..:. < glected educationa] need But • o th< Cati Ik leaders willingness i Kennedy proposal apossible retahation r-r failing to get their way This :s the kind of reaction strangely, that derives from .. r-ovof Strength rather than weakness — at least the weakr-ers have tx'er. complaining in their self-styled rota of I oritj The experience L>f Munor Mann in Puerto Rico reveale about the monolithic power of the Roman Church — that th1 ^"athr-Iic can be a.h<%  SUJ -• If --.eking a s anyone else. It ian iapp) kssaa lor the church, which threatened Puerto Rirar. & %  massive excommunication and nevertheless failed to prevail — ^. son that ha? perhaps yet to be learned Certainly, there is no • of chastening in America, where the Al Smith nightmare nu> tx BSerc easil) resurrected than once was Lazaru<: where the ("athphes. I a minority in the realistic and bitter sense of the word, art far m • a majontv in the real or even political sense, and where the n the Kennedy victory, made still more =leoder by latter-day reUgiOBS prejudice, ofiers little cause for manifestations of Catholic doctr recaicitrance soeecf of rm MAT rwsjtAHou % HE JEWS WOULD have han-ilevj it all otherwise — or w they* Their organized reaction to the new Kenned> peace corp ii ca>e point For rears, Asneriesn Jews have been quarreling abou \ :--je! The by now benighted Ben-Gunon addre-befort ently, the proeee the Congress itself the char--and counter-charges -.e Goldmanni the Nunana the Prinzes, the Halprms and other less exalted expre>ion> are pan oil ful \.i) ah lisputation. ZiOl ;hout the world, and those r particular!} have larg< to stimulate permanent Jew.-grato ant numbers Precisely here lies t trati in and most poignant reason for probing the survival The 25th Congress determined one.,• for all e problem — and to do something about it That Zionist leaden have suddenly seized on the Kj perj r. .proof of their repealed f. ire in TUSalem recently l'art of the Ahyah dilemma lies in call) and culturally, to eo ;i -; motivated to do so (Americar %  %  • la; manelin of their German "* %  to flee their fate: a*, tl out the Jews of A Mora cling -\ to their Nortl U ^•"e these American Ji telhgeni %  :• -:. : THt DIVISION OVt* SUBSTANCl ONLY RECOGNIZING THE PRESUMABLE | loes DOt, BOW '• no peas int in regard th it to embers %  pioa — or won that Jew • as the prefi u rnstivi Ben •n in all its expsdienl quality Nevertheless expedienc) Is sometimes e; es evei to pr ward the though that ma) -> m Or is %  w tpeculati tea directl) to \ paradoxical expedient, winch American Zionists quantity as a means of resolving th ir Israel is not righuy a pan of the peace corps horisoi • d> innovation a maneuver bv which thev ma> I yaltj Charge and send their children to Israel tof • life Actmg the role of patriotic Americans, rk ,n the Negev, fare paid by I'ncie Sam both wa>wits a monthb wage M boot. That Israel is in no sense of th. & an underdeveloped, underprivileged, poorly-educated, or ifl-equ Uon in passionate need of a democratic message, does nut b ither I (Continued on Paoc 12-A



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ISABEL GROVE the |V uful iwim luncheon for over 40 women hosted by Mae jamin Davidson and Lee (Mrs. Sidney) Ohrbach, at home on Stillwater dr. i their homes ; ,r.' adjoining I It was eaaj :< %  separate the visitorfrom the native. Mowners actually went swimming Sporting the in!:-. .' Jane ..Mrs. Goodman Ace, but onlj a little Mrs .' .1 Klein from Scarsdale, N V Mrs. Charles I \l: \l Cooper, Philadelphia Philipt Smith arrived from Newton II h %  so her pallor match) I that of thi I h istesse* were in to autiful silk i" • tit to her from Ii ing Kong by I ; >i and Siai %  pinkm it< lung home Mai outfit I cl irtreusi et H nth a IU .: ',: %  im i (ritl was ch I bodi ... K./. I itive. attract m b i Follies wh >m % %  • • Fenias met •ii n< w Ij form* d club recentlj \ i ... Ztegfel i girl mat : i.,:those m n. ed The:.will I • ( .,i : n embers Harr el n itner, MrGer r as ht n > v ie a] I in snows IT !>.: .. ible Bel that." II irnei was under coi I A I I w orked, a m othei Durante mg be remembered by Ruth G I; .< l is a wedding anniversar) tor .'.. %  l• • \ : A us ihe date "! the Hadassah Y \ %  .-a past presi lent ot Deborah gr i. v for Ihi beautiful gold charm with hear: crown ot mines presented to her b> MrI vice president, "tor outstanding service over a Ami there was more shi M I leather bag I % %  pi • ie< i I -' .si ml hosti i b) da i liter I >n in! • '.. • parent: an J uMichael Jeffi rj .,,iiithe .' i.' Ii.. I i .; Warners after it years of mai S %  hot Mar • at Merc) Hosp .ntor ^ %  ris Mar 12 m the h u hi Pint Estates Nev fathi r is a Filmaster Studi is of Hollywo id. Call) pres l v adventure -i ries l'i '.' %  nber," chell m f :.,• F i '•: %  lit I irl i gr i.". I,.n I Mrs Dat I .. t:j Shi r i Paterni :MrB W %  Mich \ Go lirey r d\\ idtng her attenl between • | for Susan Rubin, the picture fherd iter, Sta : ; iren, and th entl nastii I i I irn • ler. Lucille i Mii rail ird F Zahler >'i : •: Leji i rd Coral new daughter Pamela Gi egg M I %  : Iale Mi ind Mrs. Jos %  • i i ilumbia, S i' • s • ns ha' e beconv irents I t tin [ phj i • 9 at l Boston, nan Brown. G n Serl nother ...... parentII I e Abran %  "• Br i • i a her is footb II%  Ju : has been .to epte I at ihe Hi Law %  •- f >r the Serbins when Janel an ns Set %  tj Saturda) to mark their 25t mm ma will 'i h e to sing Happ> Birth : j to j Itichai i the long distance phone when iebrat %  %  %  New York B\ the %  ec m I ir Chapmans will have another tol %  marriage were celebrated b> Mr a.-,I Mrs .' e ilar 4. with a reception for 50 guests at th< ir b >me. 1380 N'o Miami Beach Here with -Men hter Mar sbai i Irvin* Waldman, ot New York as well ason I'li:: i the MornKat/ of \ Miami Beach Kati' .. • Eurmerl) ol Livmgston Manor \ \.. whi This have three grandcht dren and two l< hildren entun of marriage also eelebrated by uinter residents, Mi Max Horowtii of 935 8 it Miami Beach With them Kischner Synagogue were nephew Reuben Horowitz, and : lents A reception tor the entire II be held in ihe spring at the Melbourne hole Ion • three -on-, two daughters. .rM'. "i joining m the festivities %  i I ,r • • %  %  lole rash of anniversaries will be celebrate.! at a bar • home of Mr and Mrs Richard Bell, ol 21* ^ St., on Saturday night For her parent.-. Mr and Mrs Peretiman. U wllf be a magnificent 82nd feu %  ler and son-in-law. the Seymour Cohens the number will u the Junior Peret/mans. 12. and into the third generation. Iren Mr. and Mrs. Bob Freedman. lit In addi lion to friends, the Peretzmans will be surrounded by eight <•"' £" %  21 grandchildren, and eight greatgrandchildren Kesifor 4u years, tliev remember Miami when it was a real *"> 'own For 36 of those year-. Mr P BM owned and operated the Capitol Furniture Co. They Live ... 1044 Meridian axR •'•'!-,<• Milton A. Friedman, district pre-i.leni .let! MB"! ,V" -inn, fas! weekend in Washington, m a. a meet „g ot •>tional Capital Assn. of B'nai BT.th Lodge., where he CO* £ C t ted %  Presidents seminar ami was convention speaker He U J? %  same th., weekend ... GreenevUle. s. Car ler ttaVCaroliM s,a t< Federation of B-nai BTith Lodges annual convention. 0(/< ontan s "World ]fe\w iislh Floridfian Miami, Florida. Friday. March 24, 1961 Section 3 Loft to riqht at National Council of Jewish Women's Thrift Shop ere Mrs. William Brenner ways and means vice presideGreater Miami Section; Mr;. Harry Gersten, chairman, N\V 54 s. Thrift Shop; end Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president of NCJW here. Mrs. Hartz Will Prepare Seder \-i r r Mrs Hartz Beth Da\ i Synag ig i> • er have bi % %  mous • ir the 31st cot yeai • • % % %  10 • 0 •" will prep i over Seder lot of Beth David religious a \] II j ol the parents if the children, once in attendance I selves. iti hed Mrs Harl ler 'A h en thej were in st h M tn' %  tiot elj known at Beth Da\ 11, onal honor ill com this year %  i eremonj —I ne v $* 0.000 aud thi : r of love i ledication for Mrs H ler at G l*s will i : "It -iw me forward I ir." Council 'Angel 1 Luncheon Slated At the Fecond annual "Ange luncheon on Wednes a> l; ') al the Carillon hotel. Great Mi mi Si cti n National Couni .; ..-• %  .'. imen, Mrs Sidney Lew.--. pres lei l v il honor over 70 contr maxi mere handise ind tim the rhrifl Shops w hich l s| ps support • %  i \ inte T servici %  trail e trai ind .. 4, -ih ilarships to the I '..i mi for Dade lua fellov ship grj [or outstanding a wish i immunitu a n the United Stati t ntr uti : the Hebrew I Schi in J rusali m -1 I iti rials to k i I >i • thei S< Ea mtries, and an extensive :en servici i "Hall of Fame' av r nadi Co chairing the lun %  Mrs Baymond Rubin and Mrs Harrj Markowitz. Mrs. Eman Pollak and Mrs Irving Miller are i| hostesses i t\ i e w:>h Mr• \ in and MrIr\;:;_ We tft.KS. IDA HARTZ Lcrber Chapter Luncheon Attracts Many Women in Beautiful Display of Fashions 1.veran i candles in softest pmk di corate I I te tables for the luncheon oi Lorbet chapter. Jewis i National U<^<' %  V-'thmatic Children's "Fashion Fantaise" las; w ,., k .,the Dea iville hotel. Fash. a bl} dressed women b} I ie ., de I their charm to the itj ot thi ro •" Mrs L P >li i or. president, was in an imp i cashmere ensemble with the of the dress repeated in the lining of the jacket and a perky blue : ii on the back ol her h< ad i Is Jackie Kenned>'. Her daughter, B >nme MrR i > %  ert) Cicero, mother of a bra: | little girl, Beth, looked a lorafc a blue and white ultra feminine i :ii skirted dress Tall, slim Mrs R ..-ert P, Miller, ihairman of the day, was in a blue two-piece nubby Auxiliary Officer Installation Newly-elected, president ol Jew. LSD War \eteranAuxiliary. North Shore Post, Mrs Sidney L. Schoen, will be Installed at a joint function with the JWV Post on Wednesday evening at Temple Ner Tamid. Serving with her will be Mrs Max U/eissman and Mrs. Sol Spelberg, \ Lee presidents. -uit with face-framing green Mil i sporting a Siamese silk •i. M \ vaci IUS Mrs Jack Ba eath • t orchid with over-! I< il : prirt turban was I : Par;:'..; color > I lal pink and cerise was ,. ,.i Mrs Julian Cole chairman Bonnet, lavishly petal, | i the same two c il rs, p emented the full-length coat an I sheath. In i mtrasl Mrs Sam Gr h iice v^awhite pure : %  bolero from which : ,i pumpkin blouse the pillb x Buttons and bows e I Mrs Irving Geti %  ill hue and blui sat on : MrBernard Epstein I dark hait rest of her m blue shantung. Flowered ch.. carried out the color scheme of the three-piece azalea red and pmk outfit worn by Mrs w Boroa a -ilk mop cap, reminiscent of th rn during the French Revolution, seemed just the right note for the lilac sheath and bone accessories selected by Mrs. I J. Steinhardt. Not to be outdone, a black performing poodle wore a sequined shawl color for his (her? i interpretation of the Charleston — Frances Lehman Women's Group Plans Luncheon \ and mat ive Playhouse have ned as the mam fun \. r ii the Women's Dn ,: the Miami Beach VMH \ Bi : -.. •. take place ot: v • \;-26 beginning at ii IS .. • MrSolomon Kann, h appointe I Mrs Philip %  and Mrs Jerome V/ iss >• n for the function. Torah Fund Luncheon Here R '•'-. !i.i\ id Shapiro ol David Syi • %  annual 1 nch< i e hotel A v ignetti e Jev is %  proach to life, written b> Mrs IrvGolfman. with MrLillian Cohen. Ann Galitz, and Mrs V fre Ston •, and accompaniment by '.!:-Uimi Retskin, was to ie pre• \ to shown w as a collecngs bj Israe I arl %  >| Mrs Yurika Vlann Funds raised will the J wish Theological Sent MrNathan Spiegelman was to • chairman of the da> a:i Mrj Harry Koretsky, in chargi il Book Review Series Ending Mrs M Weinstein is w iter 13th series of book reviews Miami Beach chapter of Had IS lb. a :th a review of three current n veto Graham Green's "The Burnt Out Case."' -The Nylon Pirateby Nicholas Monsarrat." and "The K be of Honor." by Alexander lell. MrWeinstein has been reviewing books in Miami for almost 30 years Reviewwill be at the Alg hotel on Monday, 1 p.m Rubaiyat room The series benefits Hada-sah vocational edu tion project in Israel Chairman is Mrs. Philip F. Thau



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Friday, March 24. 1961 +A*M>nr.rMi*r Page 9-C I Under Puts Meriwether Naming in Shade By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA Washington The Senate debate over ••racism" involving an Alabaman miiHe a director of the Export Import Bank of Washington proji eted more heat than light on e new leadership of the bank. Am. 1 ''', the chaos of controversial facts, innuendo, and giult-by socistlon surrounding the appointment <>f Charles M Men :. the Senate unanimously confirmed another nominee to a sltion la the same agencj • was Harold F Under, ,, ty President Kennedy to serv< president and chairman pint Import Bank's board ira Thi Senate paid no attention to ler'a significant involveth racism — as one of its • • • %  ctive foea. Wr binder left his investment ,'•-•: ard bicker*. e business ir l c .'r tc hclo rescue refuses from H tlerism. A Brooklyn native o Jewish f aith, then 38 years ^age ha responded to a request frerr r'e Joint Distribution CommittM *o aid ro*en'i.-| victims of Naiitm. As a volunteer, he went to Austria shortly ai.tr Naii anoesa'icn and helped Jews escape. I ng in direction of the. In mental Committee on • • -. in Evian. Prance, he i d plans to move %  many es ap )--:!)'• from the -;> He as isl d in the • • ion ol the i Qordinating fo.im i, headed b) M Paul i oi .. rtu .. % %  lives more th in compassion ition ll demanded or nal ski nil an .i ernale n ler, according to JiK' s ees, worked quietly. n i calm devotion bul entirely without personal publicity. He searched the world for countries that would accept Jewish refugees. Many nations barred their entrance Time was growing short. Concentration camps grew more crowded. Mr Linrier went twice to even so remote a place as the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean His delegation arranged tor s tabushmeni of a refuge? col The settlement is today the t wm of S-isua. Mr. Linrier has written no memoirs cr bocks about his activities He spent much of 1938 and 1939 in London, organizing and planning. In 1940, Hitler's forces swarmed over Europe. The JDC and Mr. Linrier went on striving to rescue and resettle men, women, and children. To whom else could th* harassed refugee turn? In 1941 Mr Under became chairman of the vital JDC K. nanci Committee Dollars meant lives Refugees trickling oui I Europe, Where and when they could, fell th.i;r-touch of kindness and relief from the orcu: is tion the) came to know a"Joint." Whan America went to war, Under joined the i nited States Nav) li. became a commander attached to the Bureau of Ord nance and the Secretary of the Navy's o.fice lor procurement and material Ne ir the end of 1944, wh •-. mili ary victor; came in sight, hobtained ihe permission of l S. Go\ % %  • nmenl i return I the lull-time t inteer task • refugees Short 1) before Get mam 's defeat, he went to I on ion lo serve avolutitw i re resi l|v< ol the JDi u. h th Repara lions Commission and the Ini ; nm la I m i itte He w.-rked with I'M: i thei tups MORE CUPS WtPMKAGiw Cistribvtor for Swes-Joucl,Nee Tea orrd Coffee: LtVINSOMl FOCOS SPKIAITIES 1030 C. 17th ST., HIAiEAH. fLA. KOSHER fOR ALL OCCASIONS WORLD FAMOUS ORANGE BLOSSOM BRAND Freshly-Squeezed Pure ORANGE JUICE and Fresh Fruit Salad Daily wholesale deliveries made to restaurants, coffee shops, cafeterias, schools, etc Ph. FR 3-7447 for immediate delivery 2700 NW 2 Ave. Mtfflbi' Florida R*turinl Ann TO SERVE OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS McArthur Jersey Farm Dairy Will Provide KOSHER Products MUK-CREAM-SOUR CREAM -COTTAGE CHEESE PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH YOUR DRIVER or CALL PL 4-4521 — 6851 N.E. 2nd AVENUE At the war's end came the massive task of gathering and aiding the pitiful remnants A leader of the Internationa! Refugee Organization. Mr. Linder participated in the first tortuous negotiations with the Russians to follow the war. Moscow arbitrarily deman..'el the enforced repatriation of thousands of displaced per.-onol Soviet origin, Included w?re many Jews who had no w ish I turn to the Soviet Union Mr I and his associates success fully fought Moscow's deman Much of the work in which Mr. Linder took part is described in "The Saving Remnant," by Herbert Agir, a narrative of JDC operations. Tf-e JDC depended on secrecy in order to effect its rescues. Mr. Linder is still reluctant tcc'ay, in 1961, to discuss his dramatic role. Mr. Linrmans until the very end. When he assumed duties ahead of the Export-Import Bank. Mr Linder relinquished his position .ivice chairman of the JDC. This was to avoid any question of conflicl of a % %  i ests He simultaneously resigne apresident of the <; neral American Investors Com of New York in I he ; i of directors of several business concerns He is devoted to helping, through the facilities of the bank, the legitimate aspirationof all nations. Among these peoples are hungry and underprivileged Moslems whose friendship i> .sought by' the free world Just as he aided co-religionists in their darkest hour, Mr. Linder is eager to use the bank to implement the new Administration's objectives of building international amity and cooperation in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and elsewhere. He is no strangi I high level 1 lent service In 1952 he served under the Truman Administration as Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs He was called back to Washington by the Eisenhower Administration in 1955 to be a member of the Board of National Estimates of the Central Intelligence Agency Since 1955. Mr Linder devoted most of his time to voluntary work in the field of education and to his own business affair.-He was treasurer and chairman of the Finance Committee of Princeton University's institute for Advanced Study He also served as a director of the Institute for International Education, and an active member of the Council on Foreign Relation.-. Morocco Press Resumes Angry Drive Against Jewish Community PARIS — (JTA) — A renewed campaign against Moroccan Jewry ha.been started in the Moroccan press, which carries a report that about 120 Jews ha\e allegedly leit Morocco since ihe recent death oi King Mohammed V. it was reported here from Casablanca Newspapers in Morocco unfriendly to Jews are blowing up this report saying that the emigrated Jeware now in Marseilles Even one of the government newspapers joined in the anti-Jewish noise charging the Jews with "betraying their homeland The renewed anti-Jewish campaign coincided with the arrival in Morocco of Abdel Khalek Hassocma, secretary-general of the Arab League, who was recieved by K ; r3 Hassan II the new ruler. Reports reaching here from Morocco state that the young Moroccan King proposed to th# Arab league leader that the next meeting of the Arab League b> j held in Morocco. The latter wai understood to have accepted tha proposal. Meanwhile, the League official declared in an interview with the Istiqlal party newspaper, Al Alam, that the recent Baghdad conference had shown that the Arabs were now able "to challenge Israel ." He also said tne League was considering organization of a conference of Arab leaders but gave no furrier detail-. DISTRIBUTED BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC, 373 N.E. 61st St., Mictni, Flo.



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Page 14-C • Jen i§t fhrii; ir Friday. March 24, 195] Jewish Survivors of War Brutality Testify at Trial of Estonian Nazis ; %  s tesl % % %  i • • %  an I Jan \ larged i time S sons tr in the ''•' ipnal | i, Mrs MarkJ i : El how %  sed bj :%  • • • u omen %  his numbei wri • \ except 250 youi • ir testimony bj sses incriminai \ tjk an I other Estoi I with th< %  .'. i Pre-Passover Seminar I %  •• % %  •i Passovei %  Mrs ; | • ) Cast of the Miami chapter of Hadassah production of "Esther" ct Jot dan Maish Monday are (standing' Mesdames Mar SokolofJ Hi Paul, Bernard Fl Joseph Scopp SidneySchwartz. William Broui x Haber, Milton Schiifman, Irvin Porter, Gladyh Di On chair are Mr. Sidney Schwa::: and Mrs %  Bukst I Seated on I Dixon. Also in cast were Mi Mrs. Ah ; %  itz, Mrs "... and Mi >re Hirsch • Eichmann Counsel Raps TV Plans W : I, JERUSALEM JTAi Dr be beneath the The Robert Servatius, tinWest G *''" '"•""' v r %  %  attorney who will defi Vd It Eichmann n the Nazi's ti here next month, expressed strong >bjections this week to plans i televise the trial procee KUHe said thai witnesses, rea in the publicity in oeing teli i would exaggerate their roles ii European holocaust as well j. their claims and charges agains: the former Gestapo! i cting t h e extern 00 Jew in Eur pe Br Attorney General Gideon Hausner, who will direct the prosecution, replied that the pretence of (he cameras would actually force witnesses to think twice before speaking. Noting that the Nuremberg frals had been filmes, the Attorney General said that the Eichmann trial, as an event of great historical significance, required being recorded on film. Sixth Burea its, it was dis %  i. have pared charts il t.ie Nazi from those prep ired for in oi .!< %  :' to pi event ittemi i isoi ng th risoner FLORIDA up ti.,. subject al a pr. •• eel ,. h role iiiii < %  •• V\ f K.. tU... ... i i %  > ing with the thn sil al the trial. Dr S %  i tended I the ti Going to Cincinnati? %  and his contact? Mull; %  % %  '. Jei • tvner Levy, who ated him. naan was permute I to speak l %  • > ar ; %  II • e I and t msi tuesti n Eieh glV< %  i ,i more I '•""i Ad visited lail> He the %  EL R A N C H O HOTEL COURTS "3 of tropica -0. 3 : %  rt units A r-Co i d V 4eafed TV 3 -• a 3. sundry 7100 Nebraska Ave. (U.S. 4' TAMPA, FIA. 0g* 0* •J sr GIZJ FREE! Writ* for lira !'.'• and n TRAVEL GUIDE I I M mote i froai cxnt to coast, i-tpac ted and apo-j.ea Oy CJJ-(II O ; ,".' 3'oi Hole's. NEW HEALTH Now Sheraton confirms On ritt it well as the room. mill Unfit Ir MI $700 5 on MI ion :* 1 MI • A glad-to-see-you welcome • Family Plan children under 14 free in room with idult • Free overnight parkin* e Gibson Girl Lounge t'.tacinaturns with name entertainem nightly O For Reservations confirmed f'tt in I seconds by RESERYA TROS, call your nearest Sheraton H >U\ or retervahon office. SHERATONGIBSON HOTEL JOHN M. ICMIIILV an. IV.a' 421 Walnut Street NEW YORK CITY for important bus and leisurely p ej^.r^ TIMES SQUARE •. : HOTEL WOODSTOCK Albert Fernadej.. Oenerii Mgr • %  %  • J411 ,.., & irn ice %  :-'•' I mnge i v Restauant 129 WEST 43 ST. for full color brochure riaglaaj MM doublet $10 $13 JUOSON 2-5000 for immtdiatt c mftmdti m of your U' %  .J>: c l reservati m ii 1 • ...' %  • '• "-' :• • .'. r S '" -J 1 •.; 1 ,].-.• Orthritil e. %  3 r %  ; %  ;-..:,.,. .. E >/our ne* mlracU tm >-j run iecki ,„. ^ 3< ^.^, i ?J j} >r j p .^ Champienihip COUTMI. k r .j ^^ *-,„..^, .-.,,, ,, y .., '" % %  >* %  •> %  Not Sp, „ oor.r. „vM J -f ,U ling hunting Fih >j jnj Lai vego 1 y~%  •,. a! the h fx ;-fS: HOTEL irJfJI J* 1 1 r\t* 1 FJI SOOTHING MASSAGU VIAS VECAS NIGHT Ltr-S I0TEL At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACH TRAV10RE \ WrlU X ror m intarma' X • --rRing on rrimiiii ~ \ "*' \ > O.ning R oom V W • Entartiinmaat \J Pnvata Pool •aach and Caoana Colony JE JS: • Alr-Condltloned R a0 m* • Prlvata Beach and Pool • Parking on Primmi — Oilly Cocktail Laung, ^ W •„ .„ a Dining Room N^J Obi. Occ *• Entertainment w \0 0 P a HOT SPRINGS MATIQMAl PARK, ARKANSAS



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Page 13-C +Jei§t Fierilor Friday, March 24. 193] UN Group in Anti-Discrim'nation Resolution The Sheiaton-Tel Aviv, a 200-room luxury hotel on the shore ol the Mediterranean, has its orand openina this month. The f.rst overseas hotel of the vast Sheraton system, which operates 57 major hotels in the United States and Canada, the SheratonTel Aviv also is the first hotel in Israel to be run by an American chain. Bequn several years ago by Israeli developers, the structure has been completed by a group of American businessmen who formed the Hotel Corp. of Israel. Because of the great influx of tourists to the new nation in recent years. Sheraton already is planning an additional 200 rooms. The hotel, which is adjecent to Tel Aviv's lovely Independence Park left above), not only offers beach privileges but has its own big lree-form swiming pool. Completely air-conditioned the Sheraton-Tel Aviv has a specialty restaurant, the Maccabean room, leaturing both Kosher and continental cuisinea night club called the Magic Carpet; a large ballroom which can accommodate up to 800; a quain: sidewalk cafe; and an elegant shopping arcade. Former Grid Star Named Director Sid Greenspan, formei lay camp for children at the W •• sity of Miami Hurru in 5W 8th er. h* been named direct Mollie Kahaner Dinner Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah Congregation will have ittir-t family dinner in the social hall Sunday from 1:30 to 7pm %  • %  : %  i Moss, ov ner-dt" • pers %  country club, said all fai ti %  >f the flub would be available t i children enrolled in the camp Greenspan played for the Hurricanes in 1952 and 1953 UNITED NATIONS FTA)— A res !u-. >n calling for the res :u • ing .a disc riminat rj i which perpetuate awkeia* *rejud*j ad religious discrimination, was unanimously adopted by the I nited Nations Commission on Human Rights which is now in session here \n amendment by Fran, amble proposing .i specific reference to "manifestations f antiSemitism" was also a-pr it The amendment was supported by tie United Stati lelegate The iperative part ifthe 11 >pted ied by India, ul I have IN f mic and Social C turn tl ask eral Assembly 11 "1. Invite the governments of all slates, socialized agencies and non-governmentai and private ot ganixations to continue to make sustained efforts to educate public opinion with a view to the eradication of racial preiueice and national and religious intolerance and the elmination of all undesirable influences promoting these, and to make appropriate measures so that education may be directed with due regard to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. "2. Call upon the it •%  ts if a 11 states %  i take all tie tssarj steps to rescind d a i imin i' irj laws which have creating and perpetuating racial prejudice and national ai religious ranee wheret er exist I > adopt leg for pr hibitin | to take su or other appropriate measures l combat such prejudic %  an i eran< "3. Recommen I to t he jo< ments >t all states t i Use turage 11 every possible way the crea igation and lisseminatton, in! whatever form, ol such prejudu •• and intolerances. • Invite the specialtied %  and non imental organ* :".> with government* of s?i!es In trfci? *f: His aimed at the prevention and eradication of racial prejudice and nati inal and rel 4:>'.: ; intolerti Earlier, the Commission adopted a resolution requesting all states to observe a Freedomfrom Prejudice and • Discrimination Year and Day. The resolution, as adopted, combines the dra*t resolution sponsored by Irv cia. Afghanistan and Pakistan HOME MILK takes pleasure in announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miam) that they will again serve the Jewish population ot this area with Kosher Milk for Passover HOME MILK iS SUPERVISED AND ENDORSED BY THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA AS KOSHER FOR PASSOVER =or Information About organue tnd participate BCtivel) servance on a na tl rough effective means su %  • isters, films, radio an • REMEMBER The memories ot Passovers gone by the search and sale ol the CtMmtz Grandpa poking around the Kitchen, making the horseradish and the Choradus putting on me new suit ot clothes a-d shoes pockets full ot hazel nuts and almonds aniwusiy waiting tor the Seder to stirt Uncle l& ind Aunt Sadie were always late the whole family together Grandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair beside him Grandma ti'ed a'ter baking and cooking all day but "Mi Matcha" my queen ie called her the K ddusti and then my turn tor "Ma Nisntanao" and the answer gi.wi with Grinjpj s voice ringing out over all the first half of the HagaSa* almost over even the bitter he-bs taste! so good Passover it was always strong all were com pelted to eat if otherwise we cou'd not get the hard boiled egg and salt water mi then the meal nobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandma we ate and ate and then the Benchen" arj the rest of the HMMM and some more cups JI wine and the opening ot the door and the stories of how in the old country someone tightened the whole rant ly by appearing at that door but best of all the songs with which the second halt of the Hagadah abound and the feeling of drowsiness content i ment-and the thought that tomorrow the same thing once more MEYER H. ROBINSON for the Mimschewitr family Man Mtiewiu w n, co.p^,. N.„ V J,V N V." of traditional Passover wines KOSHER for PASSOVER Under Rabbinical Supervision During The Holiday Season DRINK AND ENJOY Del ClOUS (m$% TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Company 301 N.W. 29th St., Miami FR 1-6423 i



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Jewish Floridlian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE HWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 Number 12 Miami, Florida. Friday, March 24, 1961 Four Sections H;ce 20c AVOIDANCE OF COERCIVE TACTICS State Dep't Ignores U.S. Stand on Arab Blockade of Canal HASH IN' '" N fJTA) Thi coercive tactics" to achieve Arab mt( rnational law Mapai Has Election Rally; Golda Meir Backs Gurion MWfW EFFOirr TO AVOID flfCT/OM PAGl 15-4 (See Dhahran Bitter Lesson In Diplomacy By Sp*cul Report NEW YoKK Saudi Arabia's %  tcral tion of the United |-.a'.Air ] • • li as< .it Dhahran -t rates the "futility" i ati t ih. speakers were among ihe strongest supporters 11 Pinhas I..nun in his !:'-lit with Mr Hen Gurion, they strongly defended Ben-Gurion's Premiership in their -;>i • cbes. The Mapai election campaign was started following a decision during the weekend bv lb-cretariat of the party to cease any further attempt* to form a coalition government. Premier BenGurion participated in the meeting at which thi* decision wa* taken. It wa* amah a si red by speakers at the election rally in Tibaria* that Mapai unsuccessfully made all possible concession* re other parties with a view to avoiding elections which Mapai leaders considered harmful to Israel in view of the international and political situation. The blame for holcMng elections '.herefore lies with the coalition partners. Premier Ben-Gurion presided over the Cabinet meeting fi r the in-: time since he angrily walked out "t the Cabinet session on Dee. 25. when thi Cabinet approved thi Ministerial Committee report ex onerating I avon from responsibility for th.' 1954 security mishap. Under Ben-Gurion's chairman, ship, the Cabinet on Sir..: iy ap proved a series of amendmentto the (lection law, Including an amendment which providelor the forfeiture of a l£10.000 bond by any group which putup a list of and dates for elections if ihe li-t Continued on Page 5-A DR. NAHUM GOLDMANN welcomes merjer + HELL ANNOUNCE MEXT MONTH Dr. Goldmann Will Decide Whether Hell Live in Israel Israel Welcomes Kennedy's New Peace Corps, Eban Says CHICAGO— al th Jewish I %  ted oul ihai it ian prror to believe lhal a Jewish con sistory similar to lhal exislii t\< -ii ni countries can be a su n a country with a iheocratic re ? ime Mubarek Bekkai, Moroccan Minister ol interior who presided al ihe or* ning ol the congress, left the h..il immediately after the resn | ut ion was adopted apparently dusatisfied with the res ilution. The Jewish community ot Casablanca, largest in Morocco, did not participate in the congress. The Casablanca community had decided not to prtic ; pate because it considered the internal political situation in Morocco as inopportune for holding such a congress. Three members of tne executive of the Casablance community who backed the holding of the congress resigned from Continued on Page 8-A • | • ite The st.de ( nrporation appr ved an applu av Rot kwell lor a ch rl ihe ipi : ore a swasl ka i i d cation to bi %  n/. d as a legal company the Na i party stated its aim as the gaining 11 politic i power m ihe L"i led Sta es by all li gal mei ns and i 1< :\, prot esses" and Ihe cducatu n [thi \ met .i .ni pul Directors ol me new V'ii i ipany were listed as Rockwell, eha nd Scth l>a\ id !;\ i oth • i x ngton; and .1 X K< nnelh More an, oi Alexandria Both Kl< xan i a and Arlington are commities in northern Virginia ad. %  • t to %  •., Disti id of Columbia. Rockwell made known that the national Nazi headquarters in Viri al and 'r< i j i



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Page 2-C vjtnitt Ffrricfiar Friday, Marc.-. 24. Cooking Corner %  Mm G. Benin Of The many passible ways to economize in piannme menus, tht plesl :. purchase foods which are !o in cost For >ome timt now t^gs have beer, among the betItr food buys, and at this time of the year, the price is even lower than it has been. Eggs and a fine protein foi i which may be served alone or comb.ned with more expensive meat or ii>h to "stretch" small quantities into satisfying main dishes. Des BWtfl which contain ,. large number gS may even prove economical. th< vcntribuie a good | r ceotl :he total protein necessary for tin meal. A salad or cas terole which contains Jusl a small amount of meat or lish is properly followed by a dessert whose main ingr< dienl tggs. Eg;.:. :< a fine protein lood maj prepared in hundreds ot ways. Some novel ones which feature them are submi.ted today. Our English cousins have long cherished E variety of recipes lor a dehghtlu) dish which is known in different parts of their country a1 % % %  m* I %  &&: & %  .1 P • 5f •A P % i* *jm r ^ $$ '. '£.^^8BMS? iPRij *^ >(X ?^, isjak I****.* ft it %  t. ft mr F .. • %  k • j4i, Portrait oi Yurika Mann, by Melita Schiiier, is now on view at "err.ple Emanu-El among pome iCC paintings and graphics by Israeli artists. Miss Schiiier born in Italy is one of Israel's Outstanding woman painters zr.z z zicr.ee: o: E:n Hod or. center outside z: Haifa. The exhibition, flown to -.he U.S. by El Al Airlines is bom the Jerusalem Art Centei DI which Miss Mann ic : irector UOSHER FOR PASSOVER MAINSTAYS OF YOUR HOLIDAY TABLE No rrs-ter what else you er.e ir s me coffee that makes the me£! — it must be HM bes*! MARTINSON'S COFFEE famous for 60 years •MKTINSON^ JONAH SOFFtt Certified by Kebb, Jacob Cohen Spring Valley, N.f. JOMAR Instant Coffee — with that real coffee flavor. AND KLKIOUS THE WHOLE YEA* BOUND MARTINSON'S lemrr. con lemon cheese, i-r .emon butter T< l< ish families in America it is almost unknown This is an excellent time to become acquainted with its smooth rich tssu ar.d diversiiied uses While it may be served as soon as made .• %  Hot satce, on oi its eni f attractions is thai '. cai bi si red in the n :: %  %  rai r fcr a few weeks • fn / k< *>n instanl filling ir cak i r lari shells a >rrtac: for U si < r hi I biscuits: < r a cold sauce M such hot desserts as gii ttagt id inc. i r rice pudi ii With Passover approach ng .: s alsi ai addition u the recipes f< r that hoi; day Pi vih d i gf an familiar to all of us, but hew many have tasted :hem hot? 'Hero arc two variations. The first may also be u.-ed ft r Passover ii rr.atzoh meal is substituted fcr tht bread crumbs. LEMON CURD. CHEESE. OR BUTTER 6 eggs 2 cups sugar 1 2 cup lemon juice 1 4 cup buttei no substitute in th< uppi : pari of a lai doubli bi .i r beat the eggs am: sugar juice ; and cook over I wat r BI • • • • %  • t h< nsist enc j Stir tei %  sides ol rs .: f space at th< a r. d kee ] : g, -.r Roil ..-. the crumbs. Beat :: .... ggs with the water, dip \ •.:-.. r. roll again UM crumbs until well coated.: : distance apart on a grease til dot with the shorten %  | j.,. : r 20 mintftn at 350' may be served BS i with .. dip of muslise. Or thev • | mi Cl UTSI 'f a lunch r '...•-. : h cast serve with • • -, ice As %  L serves five to -A Vat tion 2 Fm } Yu e8 tenpj them ic | ••, --. ilp half CUF ired \ tea>pc. Q () g and oneha! -,, C a ,; cond J s a i clegs F ] • i mow • five to s.\ PASSOVER TREATS for the YOUNGSTERS! r^ EGG KICHEL Mell Sug • KOSHER FOR PASSOVER P.ARVE -:B: IC: f-: r = .E: E:-:-S ition 1 2 t( %  i \ '. i %  I crun Cut tr.t hard-cooked • ggs in half > lengtbwiM and rem v* yolkt carefully Mash the yolks with the mayonnaise and mustard to a smooth pa.-U Ktf:li the whites level with -.'H ( c Fit and press the two halves df each i.£g FRONTISPIECE Tht f Sec. C is courtesj : I D < :t of B: % %  • N V. Chocolate Coated EGG MATZOH i tei delightful del HOROWITZ MARGARETEN DISTRIBUTED BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 373 N.E.ohr St., Miami, Flo. DAIRY PRODUCTS SEA.TEST FOCZi Z S ; •. DP NAT CNAL DAIRY PROOUCTI CORP. SERVES ITS MANY JEWISH FATRONS EVERY YEAR THE TPJ.D1TI0NAL KOSIII it FSB PASSOVER HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D GRADE A MILK SWEET AND SOUR CREAM FINEST CREAMED and DRY COTTAGE CHEESE ALL DAIRY PRODUCTS MADE FRESHLY AT OUR PLANT Ask your DRIVER or Phone FR 9-6501 for SERVICE



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Poge B-C *Jtr*t Meridian Fridcy, March 24. ]%\ Something Sweet for Passover Table PASSOVER 1961 l Sponpc "fake Mix tablespoons instant COffe* powder eggs, separated cup water bar iPs oz. >" ; chocol.iti -rated "The ancient and beautiful fes— a "imc for the family, house and li.dl of Passover, oldest of Jewish kitchen to display new clothes. new 2 holidays, has~been celeUrafecI for furnishings, n e wTauTepans ana over 3.000 consecutive years. Utem 6 As Passover is the joyous week As a result of the Passover rewhich celebrates the end oi a strictions, it Is 01 the utmost nnI'ark era of slavery for the Israepcrtance to the Jewish housewife I tea, so it is the holiday celebrating ti cook dishes that are not only S(;r in anT co iiec powder tht beginning of liberty and freevi i us but are also confined withp ac k a g of mix Combine and bake < for all Jews The Passover : the framework ol 1 ..-.-over regas directed on I x WhiU foldii eaaon of eight days of family feast i„ : whites. la undertaken with high purNaturally, everj woman of the chocolati Frost, il desin i and aeriousoeai by all Jewish stbeeighl days of menus Q • ;,, • hememakers It ia a time of change appealing to tb eye, the appetite and her pocketbook keeping with tin h( Ij laws ., .( old Pi traditions. home economists are conPalm Beachite Will Participate Mrs Moses C. Annenberg. Palm h. Towers. Palm Beach, will participate in a special Yeabiva I versify convocation Sunday atternoon in the Nathan Lamport Ai.ditonum. New York City Earl Warren. Chief Justice of trt United States Supreme Court. w.il receive the honorary Doctor ol laws degree from Dr. Samuel Belh.r. president of the university Following the ceremony, U. S6en, Jacob K. Javits (R-N.Y.) and 38 Yeshiva University "master buUdtrs," those who have contributed $18,000 or more to the university's "Blueprint for tne Sixit.will lay the cornerstone for tbfl new $3,000,000 building now urder construction m Manhattan. COFFEE FLUFF : cups Mi instani coffe< Dash ol salt jr dev( loping new and delec5 table recipes that completely meet i th< requirements of the special Passover dietary laws. ;:tr< ..such a rccire. ideal for your use during the eight days of Dissolve instant coffee in UM Passover. It has been especially wa ter Plac< ingredients in top prepartd by Deborah Ross in the n f double boiler ever rapidly boilfamous test kitchens ct the B j ns water Beat constantly with Maniscbewitl Company. han( j or electric beater until frost Day Installed as Officer Bible Project At Dade Heights Rabbi Max Zucker. spiritual leader, and Ben Shapiro are in charge < i i. Bible pa^c project, funds from ih will be u ; ed for the creation %  ^ Jewish cultural center at Dadt tits Jewish Congregation. Dade Heights currently has some 400 children in its religious school, center authorities anticipate thai the school's facilities will soon it inadequate. Tne Bible page project is expected to assist ;n the task of addi [ extra classrooms to the school Beach Council Cavalcade 1 Here M .ami Beach Council B'nai B r.th was to hold a "Cavalcade tf I ts" in the DeauviUe hotel's N;, on room on Thursday evening Proceeds will go to the underileged children at the Home of the Bellciair the Home lor underprivileged Children in Israel; and I %  Leo N Memorial Hospita patient Mi s Belsky was to be in charge %  rangemi i l Wine-Making Film Available yal Purple," new film depictIn < lorful history, traditions i\z6 methods of wine-ma iges, is beini; n .'.aiiable for showing f rganizationa. lfimm. 28-minute tilm 1in and sound, with an screen treatment by CharaC) i erg. son of the famous Gertrude and score by Skitch HenderFilm information is available Ircm the Manischewitz Wine cc. I ept. H-l. Bush Terminal. Brook lyn 32, New York. Casablanca Jews Up on Charges PARIS — (JTA) — Forty Jews. i: eluding one woman, who are being held in Casablanca prison, were t rought before a Casablanca examining magistrate last weekend and were charged with offences •igainst the internal and external security of the state, it was report I'd here. The accused, some of whom have iilnady appointed defense counsels, are expected to be brought to trial in a few weeks MOCHA SPONGE CAKE hex Manischewitz Paasovei %  isco la-: weel Whill in >ar Franei-c >, Da> Robert E Day. \.cr president representec mate Federal at contrcller (f Chase Federal Sav 36th annual crnterenr-' of ings and Loan Assn., was installed American Savings and Loan I district governor at the 18th annual tote, sarvtoi moderator c ing stands in a peaK on ceaur. • %  -• —._" V' i j \. r Spread on cake Garnish with *almeeting ol the Society ot Savings I panel ditcusstoi on br..nch or nu \ na ] V ( S ano Lean Controllers, m San Fran-itions. • the the njtii : a CERTIFIED Kosher and Parve for Passover under strict supervision of Rabbi Dr. J. H. Ralbag rcTwexPai 43 beans &>•#; w ) -uu> 'NSTAN. 100% PURE COFFEE 43 beans in every cup makes Nescafe* the all-coffee instant coffee! 100% PURE COFFEE Full coffee flavor that's 97% caffeinfree means Nestle's* Decaflets you sleep. 100% PURE TEA Hot or iced, Nestea* gives you 100% pure tea flavor and enjoyment—instantly! Three Fine Products of The Nestle Company, Inc.



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Friday. March 24. 1961 -Jewls* /thrift tr Page 13-C Do Civil Servants Specialize in Drinking Tea? By ELIAHU SALPETER I SALEM — i-'TAi — That ..in job of civil servanti> na some particular that ited to this Even nati >n. after gainependence isomewhat tit how i • • .I %  an I le it i [Uires net undei | %  has %  • ;. %  emb %  • With a new party taking over a Ministry, jobs were soon found for some supporters of the party. -idiKh has, 'it cotVae, b*as changed in this respect during the recenl years. There is a Civil Service I onmission which is in charge of ail the employees in all (i ivernmeni Ministries. Employment of any n< w dvil servant is supposed to be made only on the basi> i f tenders first published and opet. t,> civil servants, who want to change posts, and later opened to the public New employees are accepted only on the basis %  '. Civi Service examinations h eh are supervise i by public con es indepi i I the Govei By and large, these measures, have made the lower and medium Ions of the Israel Civil Serfairly independent of party influence. If the public is not fully convinced of this, it 15 due partly to the fact that, from time to time, stories appear about l where conditions for high posts in thr (, vemment are "fixe in such a way to make them fi: a specific applicant who has "pro ekzia" 1 ir that job. Bern" quite tensitiv < ibout Govern ireaucracj the Is lit alu ays aw .. • .ith . 000 eight yearago. This does not include the Army. However, while the number of Government employees increased by about 33 percent during this period, so did Israels population; as a result, the ratio of civil servants to the total population rethe same: 2.9 percent. During the last fiscal year, it cost 265.6 million Israeli pounds ($143,736,003) to pay the salaries of the civil servants. More than one-forth, 26.5 percent, was spent on the wages of teachers and others employed in the fields of education and culture. Getting the mail, the parcels and the cables to their destination required 11.2 percent of all the salaries, making the Ministry of Financewith all its tax collectors, inspectors and customs officials—and by the Ministry of Communications. It is interesting I 1 note th it tho salaries of the State Comptroller's Office amount to almost one percent of all the G >v eminent employee-' salaries, while the salaries of the 16 Cabinet memberamount to 0 '. percent of the total Government wages. According to the report. Israel has 124 Judges, in addition to 79 ral bis sittii on the Rabbiniol C< urts. The G lent employs more than 600 doctor-. 300 lawyer-. ::>') engii ind 235 pe >• ; le •"journalist' •he -• beii mployees of I i Government Inl \ u es, Press Off ei ai 1 departments, et< very few of w hom an irnalists 1 XITE1 • \ [(>\ — \, .. • 1 • h. The r.atui N'a'ior.* has intci • ,• Vmi 11 li .... .1 ,-.,, 1 ] • rent veyed Nations Gei : :,: ,! ""' %  \: %  %  n deles 1 I ild v '-' -' %  > •"' eral A r .1> S i< h a deb:, Minis ries foreseen w hi n le Asseml < di th for Palestine Refugees which is on the a gen ... scuss the report ol the director oi tj Jewish Telegraph!. Agencj that e IN Reliei and Works Agencs 'h^y will continue their behind-theWhile some of the Ministries, like the Treasury, Defense, La--%  %  ~ '/• scene efforts At the sai j ~.,.. k. Prim. |ur Palestine Refugees which is on z r rtl me >anu l,m '' bor, and, of course, the Prime ^ ^ th( v express e(| pessimism on the Minister's Office, stayed in Maoutcome, and indicated that a depai hands during all these years, Arab delegations, it is underhate on the Palestine refugees ISother Ministries changed "party stood, have indicated to the Amer .„,. should be expected unless the hand*' when the composition of u.m delegation tha: they might be attitude of both the Arab delegaGovernment coalitions changed, willinc to forego a debate providing tions and the Israelis are changed BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY L "(!r Strict Supervision ot the Orthodox Va.id Hikathruth of Florida Rabbi Or. Isaac H. Ever, Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MODMN (OVIPMCNT A WKNISHINGS FIREPROOF BUILDING 310 Collins Avt. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach 'Siyum' at Beth Torah Rabbi Max Lipschitz will conduct a "Siyum," completion of a I Talmudic tractate, which absolves the first born male from fasting on the day preceding Passover, on, Friday. Mar. 31. 7 a.m.. at Beth Torah Congregation. TWIN CITY GLASS CO. GUAKANTttD MiRffOffS STORf FRONTS FURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS t RE-SHVERING AUTO ClASS INSTAllEO WMIIE YOU WAIT 1220 • 16rh Street, MB. Closed Saturdays Tel. JE 8-6141 From BRAHMS to BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music 16 Hours a Day on WKAT-FM Brought to you by Miami's Finest Advertisers From Soft Drinks to Savings Institutions DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Paiu New York, N.Y. ( Special) For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain-without surgery^ In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Moat amazing of all results were so thorough that sufferers niinle astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret i a now healing substance (Bio-Dyne) discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in guppot • 1 or under the name Pn partition H*. At all drug counters, i THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All p-oceeds go towards support of tho Home feu m- contribute, take I tax d> d.. on or we will pay cash for .jm • Rin. mbf we are NOT a profit-making organization We • helping your community to keep its dignity. 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Friday. March 24. 1961 ^ %  jj^'**! PAJTI KING Kings Fete Daughter Patti Harr> K; n.: gavi Saturdaj i i hter I'.." fri< • 11 • | Dane Pal %  %  %  ti ninth gradi ai ID • Zionist Districts Launch Drive i| the ( ombll i d m n i"' "I 7.i -\ >li^ n i in ih !:•>% indii>. Michael Vd president • of ZOA, an• %  • "i Her%  %  • B M:t/\ ah 5 • ar : [hi •id i li I i • ZOA i • .' • \ • kee| %  ntecj %  %  Jfemfcf, FhrMfon Page 3-B perfection for the Passover BrW^v \ / ENGLISH BONE CHINA • It 63-pieces Exclusively yours c\ Burdine'si A beautifully r-.-.e white a service for eight. Fluted bone so delicately translucent True elegar.ee for youi ho %  ups, saucers, soups, flu Is, .-.•• %  : I • %  tffer. k. Ch • %  %  • rc-s. Pythian Sisters Card Party Sister*. 1 i ard part) ai Ai .: J | .it I6U] 'A .1! Prize* m< urpi THE YIVO FORUM t'ery Saturday, E P./M. I Eeoch llemertary School %  qton A.M MHJ beach %  %  ( HAIM c.RAOf Day %  • 1 Ml I : MfouNO MOVfM Van Lines to West Coast SAM LEVITEN, Agnt l *l long Distance Moving 1 Storage Full or Part load 'itr Estimates FR 9-7654 ATIAS MOVING A STORAGE WAREHOUSE NE SFRVICE FOR SPARKLING SILVER PIECES! HAGERTY SILVER FOAM Mr; /M'# ,„ 6 oz si2e 3.95 qt. size The extra mild polish for your finest sterling, silver plate. or gold. And it's so easy, you'll be amczed. No rubbing. Just wash silver lightly, usinq Hagerty Silver Foam. Foaming cction washes off tarnish quickly, efficiently. Simply rinse clean, then dry lightly for a new and sparklinq luster. Silver, fifth floor miami. At all five Burdine's stores. if



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'Friday. March 24, 1961 Mrs. Hoffman Passes Away, 31 A Conner University oi Miami art major died Friday, Alar 17. Marilyn Jtyptftqan,, u t E7Q0 La : irce dr.. Miami I Beach, M i) 11 1 (i lave been 31 on Mar. 21 MrHoffmann received her All legree trom the ,U .1 f M a n d auu'U at N'.uitius Junior lliuli School prior to .ier marnasc She MRS. HOffMAN Ul!l anf j ( i, rccl ed the first "Potpourri" on the university campus +Jen£sf! fk>rMian Mrs Hollman was a former president ol Beta Theta chapter of Phi S'jma Smma sorority. At one time. ;he also served as president of the sorority's Alumnae Assn. ot Greater Miami. She was on tho board of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital, Wome.t's Committee of Brandeis University, and had also been active in Hadassah and PTA work. She was an honorary life member of Tample EmanuEl Sisterhood Organizations here will re memher Mr> Hoffman (>? the decoralions she made and donated as a service to their many functions Several weeks bet>r> she passed away. Mrs Hoffman made a large number of attractive "Top O' the Momin' gree-ir.n cards which .' humorously distributed to patients at Mt Sinai Hospital on St Patrick's Daj Mrs Holfman is survived by her husband, Dr Eruin Hoffman; daughter, Linda, j; son, Frederick. :110:1111s pare::*-. Mr and Mrs •• ph Hochman; a 1 i grandparl ts Mrs, R.e Baker and Mrs Rose Hochman Services were Mar 19 at R:v, %  -,. | e Memorial chapel, with bunal in Lakesi.ie Memorial Park : MRS. HELEN PEARL .... Sea %  %  Kl %  ALSERT HARTMAN • ; '• •He ."."! %  Ch la%  \\ .1 BENJAMIN ElSACER Ida r. II '.'' ,_: • s ......... '• W %  • S •!:..I dauuhti %  .• 1. • ,. .. Wtl •"•. 1 M 1 '•"• pel, Waal ins. I.'. OAVIO ALTMAN Jf. ol :-%  .-., %  .:,..., Mar is '" • '"' < > year* ,_ from '.' r ""'' VS i I .-. Sarah M _.|,.,.. '''' %  —• vtfi u ; '' Riverside Me i ..u.,: %  ••• N ..." l\ isle MRS SALLY BENATAN *' %  < : %  v %  lied Mar I s irvt\in an md. Morrl* %  l.n.iMi-.-r-. • i %  M n .M ,.-,, v • •" *l • : imd '" %  : %  indi • % %  • >.-, •. : Ma I" ': ude Memorial I'huui \\ i -:.: .;• m ive HARRV PASKOWITZ %  • • dl -d Mar l H. '' %  '" r\ington N %  >•.•!*.• rel: ed Ic disl Sur\iv.ng % %  • n • r Mrs Su kravttg i b ittwr A ; I •• % %  HI %  : • I---,. ,. il I !•< wtr Mar 17 in CSoi em i Paae 7-D Mizrcchi Tziona Chapter Tziona chapter 0! Mizrachi Women saw the Milton Bert i 1 at the Deau\ die hi t< • • v in. with Mrs J u 1 1 m '1 1 1.1i _:.* ol ilumi attracted 100 membi LEGAL NOTICE A gathering of religious leaders attend the ceremony of bakinq Matzo Shmuroh at the A. Goodman & Sons plant in Lonq Island City. N.Y. Guests were led throuqh the religious ritual by Rabbi Mendel Chodrow who has supervised and authorized Kashruth at the Goodman organization for many years. Erich Cohn. president of A. Goodman <& Sons, acted as host and guide throuqh other areas of the plant, where the wide variety of Goodman Kosher Passover products were also seen. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \"i %  I'u: is 11 • ,1 ... r IS.M1Y SKIIVIi'l \ \ %  x .| 1 1 I.l'l \ %  1 %  1 I •-"•''• ce • %  %  In Rlvi • *idi Memur .il i 'hapel 1 >oug %  1 d. ABRAHAM PEACEMAN • I. ol 1223 Airl 1 ,'.... 'oral (JitliifK, 1 • '1 M 11 11. me hi re l 1 • 11 a(u from Philadelphia and .,the lormei owner • %  ( the Sudn t•• ram in 1 '.. %  11 nab -. >„. vl\in ire in.M 1 -. Mai 11 M>n, Jan .•du iah %  • r 1 .!• anor 1 brother and thr -1.-tern Ser\ vere Mar l> in (tordun I-'. Ml1; H. MAYER ZAWAOSKY SK -f Uls l>t-\. 1 ,\ Ml-inil R 'I 1 I" He pa i'i.heri • • •t-i" fi %  %  n nd was a red %  Ir— man itai 1 11 %  r Survlvln* I 1•'• '• 1-;.-> -r MIII, p. .11 nrhter, Mm '-....n \, • %  | a \ Krundchlldren Sersi.es .>... 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Page 14-A legist fkridh if Friday. March 24, 1331 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDIIN Jewish Agony Is Transfigured Into Literature THE LAST OF THE JUST. By Andre Schwari-Brt. Translated from the French by Stephen Becker. 374 pp. New York: Athenaum. $4.95. T HIS IS LITERATURE. The praise which swelled into the Prix Goncourt. Franco's highest literal ) award, has already thundered across the Atlantic and sent "The Last of the Just" into its eighth prinl since October. With all the faithful irony of the Ka I dish, with the torture.1 perseverence of the Sh'ma the book is itsell a prayer, and like manj Jewish prayers, it is often difficult to tell who really is bein praised—God in His infinite image, or man for kit ing Him. After all the works of martyrology w have come out of the Nazi hell, this is the only on* which looks past the enormou> tragedy to a larger vision: it is the only one which integrates the individual moment of five years massacre into tw thousand years of Jewish history; it is the only 01 which asks of man the same questions it asks ol God The Last of the Just"' is a work of art. beautiful and powerful; when all the others are Ions forgotten. It will still stand. The book is rooted in the legend of the Lame I Vov Tzaddikim — the thirty-six secret saints upon whose piety the world depends, for "if just one them were lacking, the sufferings of mankind would poison even the souls of the newborn, and humanity would suffocate with a single cry Usually, they are unknown, sometimes even to themselves, but in Schwarz Barfs recreation of the legend, the martyrdom of Rabbi Yom Tov Levy in 1185 was particularly unbearable to God. and the Eternal, in his pity, blessed the Levy line with one l.amed-Vovnik in each generation. The first part uf the book is a chronological catalogue of the miseries of the Levy Just Men. most of whose deaths "filled everyone's expectations;" it is a capsule account of Jewish persecutions, from land to land, from generation to generation. Then Ernie Levy is born in Germany, a tiny child raw with sensitivity, who achieves his first anguish in a scene which echoes the original distortion of the crucifixion stor) In B crucifixion game with his Christian playmates Ernie, unable to speak the order to kill as the children want it, is bea bloody by them "It was says Schwarz Hart. year 1933 after the ( 'esus the bi herald ol impossibh? '•"• e As relationship l Ei nie I %  bco m • loler remote In a SCd ite his bodj survives S ....... to i the annihilat i mitl he i to real Ms Paris 1 seek his I The resl is the time, as his bel< her gas cha bet son to carrj G roun led by chil Irei believe.! tales of H The translation • OUtcrj its re;: %  %  nle compassi< i nj ol the Jewis is transfigure I Fi r to l estion \\ ; asked two milli ni the question burn i burning down through thi he eternal Why" Andre Schwarz-Barl returns l ansvi r with %  we live, have faith and shall Because ANDRE SCHWARZ-BART "Because" .'. ( M %  \ %  %  %  Mail • • • rhe Lord Bfls s .-, • Be Cl •• The Lord P • T %  i B Wt i \ : %  • I Ska ... \ *d D %  \ '. %  I • ':' \ %  from Hollywood: HERBERT G. LUFT Marlene Before Lens n Hollywood %  jjARLENE OIETRICH. appearW ing for chanty last Chanukah has now been cast tor quite a 111 ferent role rn Stanlej Kramer's forthcoming motion pic'.ure "J ment at Nuremberg' Miss rich will portray the widow ol a ,;e: man G TU :a! execut • i by earlier i %  to test to protect his h • soldi 'r • | to foil v. ; I %  %  irous Marlei [am self da -%  .:. X %  n refusing I rel renia I i s Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN Eban Has Not Lost His Touch for Eloquence tfuj ftj Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Bonn Sharpens its Eye w UNITED SATH NS 5T GERMANY IS now paying ad as fronts. Miss 1 %  • • .... %  si Miss 1 • %  1 • % %  •• stating I ....... me to foi V %  • .. %  • %  • %  S ,, afention to the resur• ssible ramifications ol ub, irding to an official %  sESC > nite I Nations Educational. e and Cultural Organisation currently being stu< ied here. But -and this point h.ibeen noted here as sianificant-the report shows that Germany use;: ,ving neglected anti-Semitism and the Hit ler rei rd in regard to anti-Semitism for far too long a T ,-., presented to the UN's anti-bias n prevention of Discrimination i i %  irities, which is now holdmg its an ........ ,b session \ ye ir ago the subcommissi i ,dy, as a result ol the jtiks m arings and other anti-Semitic mai I b> the -i< secration of the Cologn • Eve 1959. Now the UNESC alated is an i fficial document b) Seer Hammarskjold. ; -. re pori cites two unimpeachable witnesses to the tna German ition has neglected the subject semitism in the schools, "the only places where systematic effori could have been made One ol tn • • e German Republic's Minister ol the Interior. ,ard Schroeder He, according to UNESCO, "ackn ... that young people In Germany are Ignoranl f the He rebuts the charge of negligence le\ %  ,• Federal authorities." calls attention "to the I ficultiej faced bj teachers in teaching historical and tlca | but also concedes that -many teachers have failed in their duties Somewhat more forthright than Dr. Schroeder is the •econd l the witnesses. Dr Eduard Orth. Minister ol E | ,n md Cultural Affairs in the Rhmelandl'alati; I %  This educator says UNESCO, speaka of "indifferem ,11 will" on the part of German parents. In other words, perceptive readers of the UNESCO report here point the German parents-many of them former Nazis then jelvel >r at leas: Hilling tools of the Nazis—wanted "i; entire'subject of anti-Semitism swept under the rug Not Only were the teachers and the parents at fa educators on the highest levels were also culpable 1 men who supervise education, and determine what is i go Into— or be left out of—textbooks, had failed to anal) • in erlying causeol anti-Semitism. UNESCO goes n i repon about some sample surveys which showed • Sixtj >i 226 pupils 12-to 16-year-olds at one Germ3 ,1 ., i : vei heard ol the persecution of the Jew Onlj a quarter knew that Hitler had ordered their B %  v iilother school nl) one in three of '.' I iVyearold '' %  ..... i hand, a lews had k Seventy* it the Jews moral ti B?fA?en You and Me: BORIS SMOU* T HE UNITED NATIONS has no lack of orators. It may be said even to be an assemblage of orators. It is, therefore, the greater tribute to Abba Eban that when he left his United Nations post two years ago. it was felt that that august body had lost one of its princeof oratory. Mr Eban has been busy at very' practical things-taking care of the schools of Israel in his capacity as Minister of Education. But that he has not lost his magic of eloquence was demonstrated by his speech at Miami Beach, where he captivated the 2.000 delegates attending the Israel Bond conference with word and wisdom. In the two years Eban has been away from our midst a lot of things have changed The Israel Bond parley marked the Bar Mitivah of Israel. Everyone at the conference was aware of that, for the only way to get to the dinner to hear Eban was through purchase of a new $i.3 Israel Bond especially for this year. Israel, said Eban. is no longer the youngest of the nations. The pa.-t year has seen the Ml vg independent nations than any previous • >-y How does that leave Israel? F.ban attempted, t i peer into al bail ;•:.• isked whether the heroic age of Israel was over whether normality with all its limitations is now our lot?" 'Will Israel's history." he wondered, "henceforth be played in a lower key after its incomparable thunder f >Ut I rdecade?" We rather like the simile of a nation t j I musical inItrument. Anyway, most Jews will hope that Israel will play sweet mu-ic in the future, and Mr Eban offered reassurances on that score Moreover, he .•,•> Israel developing into a scientific and intellectual resserv:r from which all of humanity will draw There is much to bolster this theory The Je* las • great respect for learning. Scientifically, Israel is airea ly a unique phenomenon in the East. Further. Mr. Eban foresees the project for the development of the and Negev becoming "a pilot plan" which will influence the future development of all the new countries of Asia and Africa. A Slick Arab Machine S' = N£!VE EFFORTS I ; At th v. students in Amer u I f them v pagan la ma( i v. ,African tu l< • • •• em th ai ti Isi < .. .: % % %  • that thi >' l v hen I vrab ;. .ague which iperates "Informati >o C •: Sew York and in othei American cities N • all tne anti-Israel and anti-Jewish propaganda ooducted bj these 'centers" is being dissemini Vrabs; part ol ii is carried through American citi newest addition 11 the Arab League "Informati in Cei • %  • -' is the office ipened m Dallas, Tex winch opera i >n a $65.1)00 budget this sear, serving the South Other, larger offices are functioning in Washington and Chicago rhey leek to penetrate with Arab propaganda in • the press, t> arrange lectures in clubs and universttii i to place speakers on forums of church and civ : groups They ilso wek to penetrate radio stations with taped broadcasts and with •information" glorifying Naa aa leader of underdeveloped countries and attacking : rael. With the United Nations Assembly now again I sesi in, Arab propagandises are especially busy in th* UN lobbies trying to influence correspondents and mJiv • lual delegates of the Afro-Asian countries. Much of the material disseminated by the Arab prapajanda machine is printed in Cairo, However this ,irted" material is supplemented with pamphlets and publications prod-iced in the United States by the Arab League Information Center The 'imported" material includes slick English-language magazines, published In Carlo, full of poison against Israel and "American" Bonism Eichmfw Echo*t: With the Eichmann trial scheiuleJ to ooen next month, more and more books continue to a> pear depicting details of Eichmann's role in directing the extermination of 6.000.000 Jews in Europe The latest book is "Europe Without Children," written by Dr M. Dvorjetski, himself a Nazi victim, now residing in Israsl.



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Pc Pcce 16-A *Jei§t fhridHnr Friday. Y. Cc h 24. 1961 c • ( t I I i I \ 1 i t I i 1 t I v i s c i b 1 I t c e c a t v t b > h II) r it h i< i ii h P h h H b n g Ii a b A w Off E be a fore that post augi of o pra< his • lost spee dele and a lo mar fere dinn ISM' Whether Near Or Far By MAX LERNER Noted Zionist Disputes Ben Gurion Alorg with all his other troubles, including the school bill and the e binese i fflnmuntets and the Russian dog-ln-space and the noxious Menwether appointment. Presidenl Kennedy has a nagging persistent problem which he may never wholly settle l! is the question oi whether to be a near President or a tar one. Put-it this way, i.en though President Kennedy himsell may not think of it in these terms. For me the question was raised again by trait; rt that be President is not wholly satisfied with the press c n I r rc( ;,.a way of pleading his legislative cause with the people, and l*fal he may resort on occasions to the TV and radio fireside chat. It is also raised whenever he and his adviser.debate the question ol whether ht is overexposed to the people. i gt that he will not be able to answer this question or to make a decisii r. either about the fireside chats or the televised press conference until he ha::r-: denied how near or lar he wants to be With lt^pect to the people. I CAN BEST EXPLAIN this by saung that there are two kindol 1. ;.(.i--rnp. one ;> the leadership of distance, the other the leadership .f c^osene'S. The el'-tunt leadei gets h;etlect by beins; relatively in atce-sible, meeting the press rarely, appearing on TV still more rarei>. reserving hiappearances so that he can make each one count and be numerable, letting a legend be built around him The best example U daj is Gen. de Gaulle. The close or familiar leader is constant name-and-face stuff He hits the headlines for every morning and alternoon paper, he s|>aks < i very possible occasion, he dealwith matterlarge ar.d -mall, he is <-n first-name terms with everyone. The best recent example was Harrj Truman. I resident Kennedy comecloser to the familiar than to the distanl ant! inaccessible leader. Yet there is enough of a de-ached quality about him. enough -hyne.-s and reserve, to make him lull between the two typ s Franklin Roosevelt built a bridge between them effectively. By his press conferences and his messages to Congress he kept himsell constantly before the people. Yet he reserved for a few special occasions hiradio f;reside chats, when he entered the homeof the nation with a warmth ar.d intimacy of tone that proved irresistible. Pre-iiout the lack of schoolhouses lor Indian and Eskimo children, and the sending of a mission to Bolivia. The-e are all worthy matters But I suggest that it trivializes the Presidential press conlerence and fragmentizes the Presidential image to have him making announcements at this level. — % %  >— — %  £?— — %  $ %  — UNDER A PARLIAMENTARY -y-tem. as in Great Britain, part ol the problem is solved by having an array of government spokesmen ar..-wer the questions and make the announcements applying to their ministries President Kennedy is combining the roles of all these spokesmen This has 'he merit of focusing on a -ingle man. It has the weakness of making it hard to distinguish between the trivial and the truly in poriant, and making the Presidential image familiar without being memorable. Obviously there are dangers in the concept ol the distanl leader Gen. MacArthur, for example, used to wrap himsell in a legend oi ins own making, so that one expected trom him only the earth-shaking Gen de Gaulle skirts the edge oi this danger, but the difference in de (,. lie's ;a-i is that his genuine stature as leader sustains the legend • Kennedy haa disarming quality <>i (harm which, with h youth, keeps him from following 'he grand style of leadership He is still devi i ling a style oi his own Perhaps he will bi gh several ol the big battles bim.ii scl lol-aid bill. v __ __ ONE ADVANTAGE 'hat Franklin Roosevelt had was thai he was rlearlj a father-image to the people. Thej fell I and hi did Thai a • • able I be at once close and somev hal • But Kennedy? Even aside from hiyouth he cannot i the father, because most people are too awan oi hiown father Nor ibe either -on or brother. In fact, he ,not a family member, but he is the young champion who has placed himself al the command oi a formerly straggling and de moi alia d ban. ol men But to nil this role he must retain a quality ol distance from day-to-day. And in crises he must know how to rail) his r • D WASHINGTON -tJT.VRabbi Philip S Bernstein, chairman .-I the 4 American Israel Public Affairs rCommittee. this week took sharp issue with Israel Premier David Ben Gurion in a s atemenl rebuttin Mr. Ben-Gunon's assessment ,,. i ic viati j an luture ol Amen a i .1da:sm He also disagreed with the Hen Gurii it v.ew thai Amtncan Zioi i%  % % %  %  ; -li,,i ,, ., • : |.-rael He made the iti me: I at ihe i i miza ion's u..i 11 iere c< Uicncan \< ar Fasten, policy b< M Rabbi Bernstein maintained in his statement thai Mr. Ben-Gurion i as in error about the status ol American Judaism because it "has never bet:; in a healthier state than it is al 'he present time Synagogue have the largest member ships, the religii i se hools are i". i : crowded. tl n is infer adult education ar.d n re cultural activity than it: the : t;rt historj I I Sculptor Speaks At Beth Sholom Neheimah Mark, well-known sculptor, gave ., series of talks and demonstrations of his art al Temple Beth Sholom on Tuesday and Wednesday. Mark, before he turned to sculp ting, was a Hebrew educator His work-, done in wood, are based on Hebrew themi s. PTA. Sisterhood and Brother hood Of Beth Sholom sponsored the programs under the aegis "t MrHarvey Kramer, president ol Sisterhood: Mrs Joseph Pard. PTA president; and David Drucker, president of the Brotherhood American Jewry The synagogue has again become, alter a period of bumbling competition with .lew i-h philanthropies, welfare agencies and community centers, the primai•> agi i •> ol Ihe Jewish community Howevi i aracterized -the quality ol Jewish religious lit,, in \merica as another mat -, r HI -.,,.: Who can measure luality, especially in a ma, Ijstu society? There is more intermarriage But most intermarriages in which .1. %  •volvtd fENSI NERVOUS HEADACHES ill STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIU WVt UfMert TIM Steena* *•! %  • t • %  If (ITM Mr •*#•*, T—fr raltaf fr. HII .f iMdacka Wt la alaa mftr. Won't apaat the iMk e ku ie ue affaeta. 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Friday. March 24, 1951 +Jeni§fi flbrftAsm Page 7-C Reds Blast U.S. for UN Bias Charge mg of i\e sur>commi 5 ,ion. the Sov-I he agenda of the charge of Mtiiet delegate opposed inclut em it ism. (NITED NATION (WNS 1 S el delegate V. [, Sapoihmkov, I I irate reply to a U ? reminder his gcvernmer. :J! still not -d in the United NaMons to curves i CKU-erning Soviet Jtwi is an ittempt on beh .it I < Cover--i nl f the i | sti • and I • American isl oi. nizati • I •ici .it I in fn m neo N > I • in Geri it : nothii | ; smokesii everj that ,i enji • |ual I in RusE Mr. SapoiJinikov's ou*urt was occasioned by a reminder by Mn. Mar ietta P. Tree, U. S. representative an the flCman Right* Commission, that the Soviet Union had stiH not replied to the charges cf discrimination against Jews that had been brought op some weeks ago. Calling anti-Semnsm "a disease which none of us can afforJ to ignore." Mrs. Tree observed -ha: while some countries ha.] giver. assurances that punishment l I be meted out to perpetrators >f Mti Semitic incidents and that hey would take preventive mea-ures igains) their recurrent • .n the hiure, "some countries" had iaiiej to report what they v % % %  • • on vent such abu • reference to the $o\ She said several Jewish jrganiza• ins ha I subi itted i p irts with specific charges if ai • m it ism In the Soviet Union v condemned but not dealt with specifically by the Soviet ielegate. About two months ago, when Jewish complaints against the Soviel Union were brought up at a meetHate mail Business IM**ing, %  atna gat lhe tor InlormaHoel HAZEl ALLISON CATEIINC DlRICTOU JE 1-6061 SMt St. A Celllne *-• %  WONDERFUUPARTIES HAPPEI^ '"BALMORAL Prof. Rakah New Hebrew U. Rector JERUSALEM iWNS) Pr >l Yoel Rakah. renowned Italian-born %  %  -. isl has • • na ned R if the Hebrew Universttj asuccessor i Dr Binjamm Vtazar, who in Ita! hi ighl at the Universitj oi P:-a ar. I the i niversitj !" irence, Pr >f. R ame I i Pah L931. from 1939 to 194 i e taught the ir dical physics at the Hebrew University, and from ISMfi thr i Igh 1948, he served as dean oi the university's facultj ol sciences. have a truly luxurious wedding r '.: ir banquet at the exciting FatmloK elegsact it sitsibk prices' 8ecause of our matchless fjonties. nd eipenenced wanagemenf and eipertly trained Staff, we can serve an event for rruoh 'ess than you couM imagine' Yet you will enioy a'l HM llanow and excitement of M'i-i B'iicn'; newest luxury hotel 1 And -ememher—here a! the S*. '• luncheon or ten y i barquet hi over a thousand can oe served with me same graces MSS Consult s saoa Call ESTELLE POlAK Cotering Manager ts A. \ JEHerson 2-2511 OCEANFRONT. Nth TO th STREETS. MIAMI BEACH Walter Winchell SAYS... ... in Miami Beach The Thunderbird calls itself a motel. It is more like a palace PERSONALIZED CATERING TO BANQUETS Small or large Dinner Parties. Engagements, Bar Mitivahs Weddings and Anniversaries Superlative Service and Hie World's Finest Foods! T< co-Alt-> •• : 3 ao %  a *T HUNBBRBim RISORT MOTU can BERT GREENWAHl, Catering Manager For Complete Information i ]"• c •***•* ftml nd 1ltft RtlUt Wilson 7-4S21 On the Ocean at 185th St. Miami Beach, Florida !nr your dining out plea^un' the luxurious rest&urant and luun^e facilities oj the are at your disposal at anytime T'>r ihoie ?| i 0 isioni — • BANQ1 ETS • WEDDINGS • II M HEONS Afrangementi :• rait you ran !>•• aaade rith Adrian, i ii tring Mjn.igfr 310] So. Ocean Drive C..I1 Hollywood B-a.-h TCVlia-h 2-4532 % ur s^riniKiYy ia „ >lc-~t {~,*r dli II, sjrnvitea with rao/ara* t# WEDDINGS BANQUETS CONFIRMATIONS and all Social Functions r HOTEL R S.V P : Mr. TED //// g 7/t JE 8-0811 C.r" 9 M ••• lilL ii %0 400 Ft. Oi eanfront at Lincoln 3d. *35 ^ y& FOB L ofeW-rive^ Elegant, luxurious surroundings, faultless service, exceptional cuisine. Groups of JO to 600 catered in the royal manner! FREE Oii-.'reniii** MOTH ^OOl Pai'4iii BALMORAL CABANA Cilia SIX ACRES ON THE OCEAN AT 91th STREET • atlAMI IIACH "The Prestige Address' The ultimate eompiiment to yeur j ,• et ut fcnvltetion to neve your function •• *) by Fontainebieau expert*.. .with the i** •uie'ne, veveragee end eerviee wortny ef tho worio"* moot ••..•.'•*. hotel. •ANQUETS • WEDDINGS • RECEPTIONS A.'ie Arollak-t KOSHER CATERING and PERSONA..ISO •ONTAINEBLEAU CATERIN AT YOoR HQMl CflH Sol VV. Gel"nn. 3a>JEffenon 8 881 I I^Jfoi fll •


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Page 8-D fJenisf flcriciinr Friday. March 24, 195 Morocco lews Seek Improvement • RABAT. Morocco—tJTA) —RepThe conference will devote iNelf olutions; however, discussions "ill resentatives of Jewish commumprimarily to the formulation ot a he held on how to establish more tn^ in Morocco opened their naprogram tor internal community friendly relation.-, between Jews tional conference h. discuss work, including philanthropic ac and Moslems in the country and steps to improve the situation ol tivities it it not expected that the how to improve the relations with the Jews in the country conference will adopt political reslocal authorities dn Jerusalem, Or Nahuffl Goldmann told a press conference that he is confident that the new ruler of Morocco. King Hassan II. will maintain the same attitude toward Moroccan Jewry as his father, the late King Mohammed "Some time is needed before it will become clear to local police authorities that •:H\ musl faithful!} ii t he Kinu".decision to allow .lews obtain PHWrU lor emigrate abroad. Dr Coldmann j; ,j Meanwhile, it was announced here that a Moroccan Jewish art 1st. M Arama. has been j Ppo lirector Of the School ol M v in Casablanca. Arama. a M known painter, ha. ,\ work in Paris. San I : JCO cago and Washingto"FOR FREEDOM" Moses prays that the Children of Tsrael might prevail in their quest Jor Jttt'Uoin, A JOYOUS PASSOVER TO ALL from the Colgate-Palmolive Company makers of these fine KOSHERPARVE PRODUCTS FOR PASSOVER (0 tM h '> TJi 1 #f JhajP P ^" %  fflL ~ % ,f .lafl % % % % % % % %  fc %  %  %  NEW AJAX ITajMrpaMfd for irt.vr r ill I! and lil'j. lung puHri NEW HEAVY l>l ir 1 .'inn 1 A 1 \u Wali* rlothet iml ju-t 1 I.m hut clM dear llirougli! UllOTNScnUD Put all 3 on your Pas< % .-r shopping list-everything you need for kitchen, bathroom and laundry—for easier cleaning ami a brighter borne, holiday, and everyday the year around! VEl FOWDEI With taper ITMM eMtar—werki liti" Magic un diahaa, |mi-. p



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Pcge &C +Jenist fkrkJ&r Friday. March 24. Correspondent Motors to Eilat By RAY S. BINDER Jewish Floridun Correspondent Tel Aviv Then the Chanuka vacation apached and again a nine-day i-pneve from school cranted to the children. I decided that this uld be the time to drive to EiSuch a trip would serve oj purposes — a vacation *} from house duties and a dee fulfilled. Since our arrival in Israel. 1 1 ive always wanted to see Eilat vin-tvisiting Israel have Iced, "Is it worth the trip"' I • ver felt sure what my answei iuld be. This year. I madi • mind to go. We would take trip by car. and be able rea( y to answer any and all gues%  n about Eilat When my husband and I an • unced to our children that we d decided lo make the trip, the i element almost deterred my cision. We were to camp and > ok out. and the arrangements had to be orderly After all. we 1 d to have warm clothing tor e nights and summer things for days, plus sleeping blanket-; d more blankets. In addition our own lour youngsters, we ited two others, and so our it ion Wagon was guite full. Never one who craved much the outdoor life, this was my st camping trip, but I felt sei re in the knowledge that my • eping quarters (the seats in wagon became beds at night) ula be "indoors Although he head ol the house and the ys decided thai we should leave 4 30 in the morning. I w as re thai it would be more like ?. and with luck, that we would away no earlier than 730. daughter and I sat bj while %  men of the house did the pack arid sure enough the clock .d 7:30 as we left the city and arted towards Beersheba, which 1 >uld be our first stop .'n Beersheba. official perm is%  n to visit off-the-road sighteing stops would be obtaine I aching Beersheba w as •.. but time was important, and we were impatient to begin the drive through the Negev The special office whete one must stop to receive the permission was staffed by young Israeli soldier.-, and to our dismay, their first day on this particular duty They seemed to take an endless amount ot time. and finally after we had completed the forms, were asked: "Are you carrying any arm-' I was a little startled Of course, we had no arms. unles> you could C ii si er the play riflethat our yo'.:p.uer sons had with them. We were prepared to face an) ri.r.• ill the wav which of course are few today, without the help ot firearms— which in th< selves would be hazardous with such energetic young-ters around uThe soldier.then told us that it was not necessary to carry arms unless one was preparing to hike to Eilat and ott the beaten course—which in any event was against the law After this unnecessary "fright." we started on the road to Eilat. We have traveled much in Israel and elsewhere, thro many famous mountain ranges and canyons, and yet we were all speechless when we saw the beauty of these mountains and canyonenroute down The lack of greenery was strengthened by the extreme beauty of the colors of the rocks and mountains — which happily quieted the children who did nothing but gaze at the sights. Each group of mountainlooked from a distance as if they were cities, or hills completely settled, otherwith faces of a Pharaoh Opinionvaried greatly, but our imaginations r to their highest. The drive down iquid lonely; you pa-few carsee no people, unless you stop to visit at the Kibbutzim on the wav or for .. mag nificent view from the cafi Mitzp.Rimon, but you don'i feel alone for von are so ...ken with the view and busy being enchante by the colors. The foui lil hourthat you drive pass quickly, and all ol a sudden IM the Red Sea. the port of Eilat. bordered by Jordan's Aquaba, backed by the mountainol Saudi Arabia, on one side and the city of Eilat with I gypt's mountains in the rear We drove to the beach o: Eilat, which ibetween the port.-, and where facilities for campir.it are available We -et up camp and decided to relax and to begin sigh: the next day Darkness i early, andthe view at nig il ..quite thrilling The heirol Aquab i sea between, the lights of Eilat, fire%  : ir c oking. and the n • lining ghtlj i I • verj romai [ree I to re' n %  ..: > ind for once the children acquiesced A'1 settle lown a \i rj lar{ i an truck dro< e up: >ui 100 K ;• i : girl tiers come down -' nd the evi and 50 kums : %  bega lightful experience Camping out means ris ly. but I did not imagine how early it would be Our young fri< the soldiers, departed at 1:30 a m floweror treeScattere 1 here and there, one withered bush but a strange feeling sets in ayou look a' a city of little homes surrounded by dir yards Th se who have settled m Eilat are more than brave and coura on-, they ..re "heroes Most ol the year it is unb ably ho:, and when there ;a cool breeze or wind, there ialso flying -an : it cannot be call-, d really pleasant place—this frontier desert tow n Vegetables are scarce and expense. Everything must be brough l from the big cities, and shortages are nol rare Although the residentor "settlers," athey should be called, are given -: ecial compensation, there inothing material thai can truly amply reward these people They are on the whole happy, although they have some complaints, which the government is taking care ol Slowly but surely There il i new -hoppir. center and some L'chayimt.. To the American Quality of Greatness! American ingenuity created the largest suspension bridge in the world! American skill created the world* s finest tasting whiskey! V ca nsurpaised skill, the masterful blending of Ameri|*i greatest whiskies and spirits, gives todav's Lord Calverl the rare combination of delicate vet definite lightness... a soft mellowness never before achieved ...truly superior flavor. The American (Jualitv of Greatness is in every drop.Our pride is in ever) bottle. 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Despite these de* elopmei la: remain-, as | D ? a :: i tier desert own for settlers: but onlv the very young, wh good health in I ol to id and great patienci can be of value to this very imi in ml p is) in I te Mid: a-When we finishe I our n !he city of Eilat. we I: i -> I e V | |1 v iSlted spots Ol '-. ; S I imons mines We swam n the Red Sea, another Joy '••• re bathing i> permittee, i iwithout undercurrent!, %  i v aves, although quite deep nigh were a'gain shared this • me with voung-ters from bo itzim Our return drive was in early afternoon, since we wish) • view the mountain.and ca in the pre-evenlng light an tw ilight fell It was a vii "o be forgotten Foremost Dairies PASSOVER MILK UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRIJTH OF FLORIDA •331 DR. ISAAC HIRSCH EVER 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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Friday. Marcfe 24. 1961 *Jenist Fkrxfiar Food Fair Judged Top Store 1 in U.S. By Special Report NEW YORKAfter lour days ad D | bj a panel oi 24 top retailing executives, Pood Fair Inc., waa seU eted aa the nation's "Brand Name Retailer-ofIhi Y< % %  %  in the 1 51 ires—Class i it gory The st< re topped all hout the country thai i een vying in this category c< the 13th animal competition, sored each year by Brand i Foundation, Inc. 1 hi award to Food Fan marks the second time thai thc> v d a %  a) ;!h the top In lh< i "i| M til on : 1952, I Fair Ston rec< ived the i • •• Plaque ui this categorj Notice of the judges' selection was telegraphed to the store by Henry E. Abt, president of Brand Names Foundation, sponsors of the competition, who congratulated the Philadelphia firm upon receiving this honor for outstanding advertising and promotion of irani facturers' brands during 1HC. uis Stein, president, will a< npl ihc Plaque i<-r Food Fair Stores at an awards banquet on May -i a! New York's Waldorf \ hotel. The banquet is at 1< cm! by mote than 1,300 bus and civie leaders, .vho gather to > i noi i hi winning merchants for Ihcir ;.tii.i v< m< nts in the (i Ing. select the winers, the panel <;rr fully examined comprehensive I'M ntationa ol tin i960 activities tt( d bj Lhi M3 retaih ra who had n< i n chosen as finalists and an opportunity to compete lhi awards. The panel's decisions were made arily on the firm's t%u brand rtising and promotional camas m II as their edui • %  customers and personnel about > basic policy of featuring manui Hirers adVertised brands. Page 5-D RABBI TIBOR STERN Harold Shapiro To be Speaker Shapiro, one of the organizers and first Luncheon Club chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist District, will be -• i al the last luncheon oi the -...>n Wi dm d.iv no n a ,; • Ritz Plaza hotel. Jacob Fishman, vice president i>f the Miami Beach Zionist District, who ha served as Luncheon Club chairman for the past year, and his wdi will be honored along wit'i Dr. Abraham Wolfson, who presents the news report each M'l i k Shapiro's talk will center on a pctorial history ol the Zionist mow Jiur.t for the p.i-t :>s yt ars aa depicted in Jewish National Fund stamps which he has been collecting sinci 1902 There will lie communitj singing. North Dade Square Dance North Dade chapter ol I". i ... 1> nth Women fund-raising Square Dane*" w ill b< Saturda> mghl in i Hall Marvin Heitz will I e i all* r Mrs Larrj Kaplan and Mrs. Joel Berg are in chargi n 11 -i rvatii Rabbi Stern Will Speak at 'Kallah' An ancient tradition has it thai the month ; Niisan—the month ot over—is called mudici terminology the month of Kallah The Kallah Institute (tates back to Talmudic times scholars review and com| he entire year. Two such K • (is w ere i thi •• nth of i • \ >., I th '.-%  • %  K S thei S Shuvah Oi -< Sal aths. th< % %  ivi ; -'i ih." the head K. lah In -'.• i In consonance with this tradition, Talmudic scholars the world over assemble on Shabbat Hagadol to listen to a scholastic lecture on Halacha and philosophy offered by a Torah authority. BG> the past six years, many rabbis and visiting scholars have gathered at Beth Jacob Congregation to listen to Rabbi Tibor H. Stem, spiritual leader, in a two-hour lecture. This year. Rabbi Stein has M lected aa his topic "The Creativity ot Lite in the Diaspora and in Israel Rabbi Stern is known for his popular scholarly work-, particularly for his two volumes on the "Constitution ot Israel"—Chukath i Ham." 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Page 10-B +Jewtsti ffrricfiftn Friday, March 24 ni Bert Weisnei ni u ed a rhiti %  '... % %  '. I li irge i c! nd Mrs Sail) %  be -• outfit : Vtrs. A. J %  her tnk irim >1 ; Simoi &f : %  : | • %  • P( I MrRoberi / pang ce bec-ausi ft M W lliam Siubl i hair ma ii. to : %  I wrold like to inform the Pi blic that f'n^ ..-,Q of rry name in the Kosher L Pesach advertisement of the LINDY BAKE SHOP 2127 Coral Way is unauthorized by me. I do not give this establishment any supervision. Isioned) Rabbi SolomQn Schiff A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 — ORGAN MUSIC FOR YOUR WEDDING CEREMONYBy JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN •nd his Portable Organ JE 8-0335 I h <>; Italian ^;'.k and -•' eati r \H !i ii irim sitting with Mrs • Sa ;er, hi r aunt i isiting from i .i • land, in pu ose beige let imbroidery and breal ink stole. Lots : • l) al the table occ ipii b) Mrs. Mil hael Fiel Is, who into the Blair Hi use eai ng a white lace and sweatei reel ibroiden d in pearls. Hi I sisti • Mrs Ji hnn) Fields, chose white linen with emerald green jacket piped in white and Mrs. Irv Canner fDunes motel I seh eti d lavendi r and white .-ilk with matching accessories she was flant %  • iio a< Pi : whose a v : foil hair them, atti • Selma Mrs Bi i > forecasting her >el I full~Kii %  ess th -i--> sleet es "i > 5 za. Her sister i : %  >• blondi '• nne (Dr William i Iver in powder blui with igi i • m i ut lined in 1 ha i< 1 jac,-i rs in blaek floating C_ harlequin bodice in blaek. white and brown and blaek straw Jackie Kennedy pill box set on the back Of her head Her CO-chairman. Mrs. Sheldon in shocking pink. ~Tall Mr<. Norman Klein in eye catching red coachman style dress With low neckline filled in with baubles, her blonde hair in a tremendous bubble eoiffure MrNat Cohn. financial secretar) In festive pistachio print with tower my. wihte. cone-shaped hat. Mrs Gertrude Lachs, pledge can chair man. lopped her extrovert Mack an I white print with a mink trimmed sweater Pats) Abbott, popular con • di(iinc. honorarj life member, in jackt: and sheath i nsembli ol crisp brown and white checks, ibblj thai evei -i pos ... n i n Ital) Mrs Mil ki j W i Ifie Ci hi n. a past Ii nt, in bright mustai I i av. with matching i ul b) greai coat and sma >m whi< h her dark hair proti uded i side liki w ings Mrs Jan Jaiobs in softl) : %  mini' blue > hiffon prii l Hei guest, Mrs Sanford Sail) R man. seen more often in her pink uniform a: M: Sinai Hospital, wearing a pink swi atei over hi i white pur silk Esthi i Ratner, whose husband. Lee, was one ol the Caesars present, topped her had the new overblouse. She's excited about the Caribbean cruise she and her husband are taking al the end of the month West Indus and South America on the Itinerary, Tall, regal Mrs Lester Stepner in white silk with navy trim and "match.*? hat Sffrath and matching coat o! blue floral print clnf fon wi'h matching shoes for Mrs Robert Bernetcit. M Mo t Adier in It..: an silk s ,,,? with matcbjnjj -:;, „, d in red. white, green in d bi„ e sprmn How ers. Green .mi whll shantung skirt wit ... blouse and matching c .men lectcd by Mr-. Spdne) Gjns and Mir Glad)s Kapla r ,>e Wragge three-piece _„ 1( j and yellow silk suit, •TdWCC fiitti3 CUSTOM SHCP ORIGIN A I. I. OWNS i %  %  UK) IN B1VD • %  kjEV.3ERS : (h< committee anaaed to look _Lnx • • man) duties • %  pearb accented Mi : i %  .' %  Raab's slim %  feminine eyelet • '' • Weiss could %  20s in hi r straight vith | ill but two ?-*is. Anna Brer.ner Meyers, of Miami Beach, receives th > Community Leaaership Award of the National Beneiactoi .ety ol Torah Fund at a luncheon :n behalf of the j[Tie :al Seminary o: America at the Waldorf-Astoria in New Yc Dr. outfit with a huge white chapeau Lev elstein chancellor of the Seminaiy. ii shi oldina the award with Mrs. Meyer*, who wes ; onoiec >t 5 xTABLE oi 20 from the Carlton emp iC:v leadership in all endeavors to enrich lerrace aptincluded Mr._,/"_,. %  „.,,. %  Samuel Pollack in ^v., ai Mrs -o^"^-'? Irving Feinberg in a blue and whne ch< < ked suit Chic Sally (Metro Commission er Harold) Spael selected black -ilk crepe collared in white mink pink clochi with • • n her bi S lo fl) %  alas, n't. A Pa iln e TriRi oat ovi .i \\ r ton chiffon ri s v Mrs Nal Wi \ : .d .i Ihrei pii • suit ticularl) %  o Mi Li on K., i i lose i.' ppi i han do Mrs Ri uben Horow itz in a I -ilk yellow polka Mr* Herbert dutman in •k.i %  ht blue importe : < mi ed dress with widi cummerbund ffanl coif fun for Mrs Harr) Zan bright oranj • silk linei ries Voung Mrs Hai i j Lev) in .i huge zi Spanish gran lu white raw leather b< it and I utti tching the patent leather hal band Mrs Shirle) Mill.r accented .. black -heath b) affecting a hugi fan! chapeau ol flopp) multi colore organza rosi Li %  %  SUE MOTT HAIR STYLIST Formerly 1 1 Years ot the Sea Vitw Hotel, Bol Harbour NOW LOCATED AT 1073-95th ST. I BAY HARBOR ISLAND FREE PARKING .*>v, ^v ;\ irgi tulle b. run t trim med A-itl cabbagi Myron Singi r who i saacw* AT HID.^IK A ax -o:uii No obligation • Ihoward Connlv TV 1-fflfK) • free e-limatc • Panel ii U a m,,!e, -. 1 ,.^Ji S PECIfl r L „P: j KCHASE! 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> Pcge 2-A *J*H*sf fkrfcf&r Fr:c::.-. March 24, 1( Notables to Attend Yeshiva Univ. Dinner Honoring Sam Levenson Here Tuesday esent 1 1 .: he dinner I Yeshiva Uni• 1 • r,c Dr. Abo Gelbart, < tb< nation's h 1 entists and t.auators. and CHAKUS SILVER arles H. Silvei N ''* • tard tvl Education receh e the unlver aquc Honor Award ished servict to the Albert stei Cfllege <>i Mediht Greater Miami comnunitj A fi 1 m< r ; rofes r of mathe natics a1 Syracuse University, Dr, lelbart is a specialisl in the fields 1! analysis and applied ma'.hematCS, During World War II, he play d an important defense role as a theoretical mathematician. His best '{noun contribution has been as codeveloper of the theory of pseudoanalytic functions, which is concerned with the mathematical theiry ol the high-speed motion of gasei Tbll *chievement received the praise of scholarly groups and journals throughout the world, irclud : ng the Russian Academy of Science. Dr. Gelbart is editorin-chief of Scripta Mathematica, ore cf the most famous journals of mathematics in the world. He has been a research consultant ^ p. Musical Comedy etiHCe Prescription Specialists SCA IN TWO ,>'tCCESN AM :om TIONED !SL/GED 8E£CLOCATIONS %  %  a COA nmim re BUSES 350 LINCOLN RO Phono, JE 8-7425 In''. Wrshinqtrn A.e. M":jonin 728 LINCOLN ROAD Pr-o-.e JE 8-0749 OCUlrSTS PRESCRIPT.CVS FILLED CONTACT LENSES %  %  : • n v, %  g LONGDISTANCl MOVERS DAILY PICKUPS New York, New Jer•' Pt-ilodcloti'n Bclt : nore, Washington, Bos'n — oil ?ther noints. D AL JE 8-6353 M. Lieberman & Sons e£5 COLLINf AVE. :EACH RETLB ko RATES Beth Torah Seder Scheduled Tcr; Congn (i E ers scheduli si inger ebn %  %  %  1 '•' : y; oldei %  • Tut -' > MORTGAGES S500.000 Private Money CHAS. HIME P*'mnncnt or Construction loons ti. New or Old Properties Under Construction o Completed. Will Buy Of Moke loons on 1st or 2nd Mcrtgogtf Ground Fees or leoses Unlimited Insurance Fends. P. e Broker Pti PR 9-S444 203 CALUMET BLDG. DR. ABE GELBART at Brown University, a member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, a Fulbright lecturer in Norway, and a visiting lecturer at Cambridge University in England, the Sorbonne in Paris, the University of Stockholm, and the University of Prague. He has alsc directed numerous research pn ects for :he National Ail. sorj (< • •• %  for AeronauScience Founda: Naval Research. ind I ce of Sen ntifi< : all his accomplishments Dr Gelbart the dis : at V ( late S %  r eTp'; 5;-:' Pos*ri??;rieflt evi nn 1 • • %  the Edei • Johni •• Mathts SI irman • I : ". %  •H ioi i. ee of the ulanthi %  itivt v( rsity, Jew1 %  i Housing Cor] Leagui <>t tin %  • S< ell as other endci Silvei M .it City Colic n .: olds : .:•• degrees fr ( : am Yeshiva Universities "•. s vice pit sidenl and general tales manager of the. An c.c.r \V< .A: < mpany. 8! Ur, !" i mvg^ £?& L r ^o„ "" *"• %  &f otrics Maar.sr o MI* msnaioH ISINCE MIDTOWN CLUB BEVERAGES GINGER ALE CLUB SODA TR J-FRUIT (Block Cherry, Block Raspfae-y Orange KOSHER FOR PASSOVER .: fB VIFFBVIS'ON rt Tr't ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRU'H C *.ORIDA :A? = ; ; 5AAC HRSH EVEB DtRI SOLD EXCLUSIVELV A.T -' .. FOOD FAIR STORES INSURANCE ONE STOP AGEN^y .'EAEIRY—FURS—MISCElLAKEOUJ 'LOATIM AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY A P>S'C*. DAMAil L ~w to n> yc.i needl '* %  • Agency rhet CAN toy r ES! tcr • if cur agent say "It Can't le Dene" <:-IRMAh INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. J7 R E 1st AV£ ^c.-K-ni ^tJ^v 5rr?i Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIC-AN AVE.. M'ArVU BEACH Phore JE 1-3595 "PtogMUtng with Our Many Sarietied Cu.-tomor" ANOTNEI LOCATION FOI TOUI CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. -ART'' • HAURX" %  "WAT" TOUI TEXACO BOYI Corol Way I S.W. 27th Avt. 840 S.W. 8th Si. C :i;.S BAR M TZVAH "" — "CIA A BUY BONDS nhl FI "!^0 WE INSTALL GLASS OH EVEHW PURPOSE STOBf FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Bctvled M rrort and Reiilvcrirtg Cur Specialty It I y^ § L & G. GLASS AND MiR^OR WORKS *"* — **^ 136 S.W. 8th ST. Morris OrflH Phor PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's leading Memorial Dealers" Serving the Jewish Community Since 192* MIAMI'S ONE ANO ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATERING EXCLUSIVELY 10 THE JEWISH CLIENTELE GUARANTEfD FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI) GRAVF MARKERS HEADSTONES FOOISTONES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for less at Palmer's and Save I All Monuments Custom Made in Our Own Shops within 3 Days I 3277-79-81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Neat to Corner ml 33rd Avenue PHONES '! Hi 4-0921 HI 4-0922 RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS Phore JE 11151 MIAMI BEACH N ••.-. %  • DRIVE 123e %  .••. 1850 AU0h ROAD MIAMI 1717 S Vk 37'h AVE'. II HI 32221 24-Hr. Ambulance Service Ab t.ieioerg S B'aih—-. F D. NA Yc-%  i Ai ite-ds n Ave.



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Pag 2-B Jeni§tfkrtffrr Friday. March 24. 1 I 1 i t < I i b A I Off E be a fore, that post augu of 01 I prac his ( lost spee delej and I a lot marl ferer dinni Israe I Seven-year-old Gavriel "Gabi" Weiss, of Jerusalem, is shown presenting Deputy Mayor Paul R. Screvane with a framed exhibit of stamps and first-day covers issued by Israel to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Henrietta Szo'.d founder of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Oraanization of America. Also included in the exhibit were !sr^ei stamps :. ; s i~d in recognition o* the achievements of Y utl "lter; ational agency for the rescue relief and rehabilitation in Is-i of homeless Jewish children. Lookinc on :s Mrs M .< M. Meth, of Hadassah. United States chairman for Child's Dcy for Youth Aliyah. which was observed last Sundcy. Chi] Dcy for Youth Aliyah is sponsored jointly by Hadassah, the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, and Pioneer Women. Camp Ocala Lists Summer Program np I ii a on Sella Lake es o\ er 2i 0 a< r s ol wo bounded e Ocala Na resl some 2S" miles from •in \ complete athletic program i ottered along with riflery, arts and ci ;•-. music, dancing, dramatics and ienm>. In ad iti r. to swimming II .i!<' saving, ihi aquatic projtr.im includes ballet, scuba. I and overnight canoe trips. Both western and English ~:>i.' riding are taught, and there is jumping and trail rid Tiitraditi.)! serve I on Frida; r es. a's kr.ch features '. %  • i -.•;• %  lietitia l:i iti red nurses iv i onv %  • infirmarj i-: 1 '--al I eaden-hip of •!;<• camp r-\ around Dr Theodore R Struhl. Kuth Struble, Maj. Leon ird Wollran. June Wollman, Robert H Wollman, Sylvia Wollman and i!ii Frankie Miller Passover CAKE MIXES High, light and fluffy with traditional goodness! For delicate loaf-and-layer Holiday treats that arc different! KOSHER FOR PASSOVER DISTRIBUTED BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 373 N.E.61st St., Miami, F!a. 961 Council of Jewish Women in Confab PITTSBl'RGH -TA %  ly's •"' si i • %  S f the Natioi \\ men i hy 8i i from al ir.s ol irj "Tl %  S %  %  prim arj Mr.*, i %  %  organ Ti u hi up : relation hetweei n< ry and Is rai Mrs H> mes told th gates "Israel is p trying period th If a stable countr> like the L'nil States, al old exists in .i climate ol un encv and chai h more so. then does this mall nation cell :ih year in the oldest land in 'he %  • orld l> it nj I r thai ••!•'.time eertaintj sparks ijnite and flames i Ui ; • | <• ites, v. h > • %  %  j. continued hrael i we I • %  i %  •We a an %  : ince. on tatemei L 11 >' a h %  %  i ha' rush into II ther brae nakes ;. • %  %  • %  isk — I the il and • pb %  i I \i I. as i IT i our own : -. an lere rw oi pointed ou; that 8n perci of the 'ewiah people liVing in I StatAaci American b< rn. i : ging American J< munity repn its irulj • ; wodds — the besl •t our tradition, our Juda ... • • • |, .. ... • m ttliuh w -•> fortunati lid "We are a verj w mui itj. an I lat< • %  %  %  l 1 more tigh Ij c pline I There .onl \:p. %  Jew ish •" 'i the Satio i~!i Womei u lun)i v hai hi n '! his d • no! me u 11 pori chaos w e belies %  II>in the (omn have an opportunit) lo g< im talk > er theii : %  %  proai hes and if pos trdinated woi king But a mu .HI the le %  V H • WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES Headquarters for Passover Needs At Lowest Prices COMPLETE LINE OF FINEST DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED ISRAEL WINES & SPIRITS! KMfiiaSS CONCORD KOSHER GRAPE V/lNE $469 ^INES ^Olo holt bottle go lion So Co era, 9o "cord •enfa/ •rope 39 flfTH CARMEL IMPORTED FROM ISRAEL BRANDY 5 th $5.49 SLIVOVITZ 5th $5.79 WISHNIAK 5 th 597 MT. SCOPUS BRANDY m '4.49 SLIVOVITZ WISHNIAK 5th Stk $ 4.49 $ 3.99 StS 99 SHAPIRO'S MEHD MOGEN DAVID $ KOSHER WINES ,.,. 29 Many more item, to select from in OUf 19 convenient .tores. I lowest pr.ee* In town on all Manischewit, and Mog.n David Wines! j 1 OP fN I ATI IVININC AM AMI 8525 Biscayna 7190 W. Flaglar -8886 N.W. 7th Ava. 2301 N.W. 12th Ave. •10998 N.W. 7th Ava. NORTH MIAMI AND SUNNY PL 71115 CA 6-0211 PL 4-7216 NE 54382 '167 Sunny Isle Blvd. •19152 Collins BEACH ISLES Wl 7 3243 Wl 7-6155 HOilYWOOD '1520 S. Fedar.l WA 24738 OM* SVN047 WEST HOILYWOOD "W. Hollyw'd PUia YU 3-3410 OH* SUNDAY CORAL GABLES 2211 Ponca H l 4-8425 102 Ponce H | 64363 MO 7 8837 MIAMI BEACH 1711 Alton Rd. JE 1 7655 1127 Washington JE MMI SOUTH DADE •12425 S. Dixie CE 53717 •20343 S. DiKia CE 5 0631 Cimit SWOFPMfC CtNTl* FT. LAUDERDALE 912 N. Fadr*l JA *^* 2 J 1701 S. Andrews JA 3-5868 •W Brow.rd, Rt. 7 LU 32125 OPfW SUNDA1 FREE DELIVERY A BOTTLE OR A CASE Phone The Store \eareu lot,



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Pace 14-B • tf*i*t Ffrridliriir Friday, Mcach 24 1361 Miss Weiss Wins Science Award Miss .. %  • %  hiLh • thi Hebn i \cademy, ecu: ivi year \ irsl horn : %  %  tier class in 'lit' nee Fair at the Academy. Her subject matter was "Comparative Anatomj ol Vertebrate Circulation." v> i;wn by the facuhy to represent her class at the Dade C< untj Science Fair. Miriam is ghter ol Mr Mri Philii Weiss, ol the Royal ..man Kosher Restaurant she Ya< reer. ..n honi r >tndent in both Hebrew-and English since she entered the Academy seven < MISS MffffAM Wf.SS ..gicss G. Gun:*, president of the Australian Acccnmodcticn Owners Assn., presents Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce international affairs president Sia Glukstad with corci from the Gre^t Barrier Reef and a gold-bound book from the mayoi end :.:.zir.s of Gold Coast, Queensland. Australia. Vaad Director Sees 'Progress' In Kashruth Here Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiri : \ %  Israi Hebrew Institute, is founder ol the 0 d \ Vaad Hakashruth ol Florida, 7801 Carlyle ave.. Miami Biach According to Rabbi Ever, the Vaad "has made a s.rta: amount of pn gress in the short period ol its existence, and iat present supi rmost ol the kosher i stablishments in om coi The Orthodox Vaad, chartered in November, 1957, "ha& accomplished a great deal by strengthening the kashruth of cur community and bringing dignity, sincerity and honesty to the 'ield of kashruth here, Rabbi Ever declared. %  ording to Rabbi "Orthodox Vai • p for Passovei tl rostei f many I r < i • : %  on %  • 11 %  he Ni Haven-Cleveli irtrfl labl ical S %  ol An a • by thi Rabbi lu ah H l %  i • i %  *t a n t de an. R a 1 tii in Mi yer Cirlin, an o the 1 os Angeles Yeshh His ordination bears spe 'ifii mention of "Yore Yon sry, and among b-ogro^ tl ,. outstanding world Crtho::, rjk binical leaders. Sabbi Ever, biography is included, h s b, og raphical sketch a< $0 a P = ;ars J the second volume of th Am et ican Jews, their l.,es and achieve! merits. In com m PIT. ii'. j I it :• problems, for whii h hi \ H i Doctor of Philosop I from Bui ton Collegi K.ibbi Ever ii > u volume of co | subjects ni Tain .1 This volui -| f Ion Offi. %  I 'I i f Fli -| In 1951, a Jubi'te Book. Hapare?s krown rabbinical mr-'-lv •.• %  %  WH publifhtd in ceieb'.rw tl 25th anniver-i fttBBi ISAAC niKiH £V£Jr 'Haggodah 'or Family' Free Ev Special Report %  • %  • r 1 • : • In Hi I %  I iBoar Max S | : LEGAL NCTICE N THE COUM IN FLO" DA •. I), *iCE TC %  ^ ard Brands ase & Sanboi i i •• %  •. .,-%  ; thi ob i .. %  • • : • rom 'I >r ,'i to •. avail able uthoui super, • %  -. • • • • • i IN THE CDl NTV N •"• N I ". Fl_ • %  IN THE C BE S Z< IN. CO FLOR'DA N f • %  M3-• f B IX III NOTICE TO CREO %  l %  i, • %  KIM I'M III • • • li'T | • Tn Iraditibnal at the Passover fable. Hai mr fin oldfiuhmncd Seder? for 90 years Rokeach has been helping families bring the finest Jewish cooking to Passover tables. Enjoy our Redi-Jelled Gefillte Fish, an old-fashioned blend of the finest fresh water fish. For those who like more -*rhite fish, try our Whitenth: and Pike premium blend. Here's news! Rokeach Pareve Borscht is now extra strength for that rich, winey taste you love. And stock up on Rokeaih Chicken Soups, pickles, Nyafat, honey and other Kosher specialties. Have a memorable Panover.with Rokeach-f/ie most trusted name in Jewish cooking, ROKEACH Kos/ier, Ready-to-Serve SPECIALTIES FOR PASSOVER IN THE COUNTY JUDa6 SC0U" T ] IN AND FOR DADE CO'-" FLORIDA 1% PROBATE No SJ244-A IN RE r • MYKR i. tale: \ ou .,'• hi r. b) • I • d •" t in |.i. win. h you maj late ol MYI R I. •:< i-1 -si \ tatl Ol I'.nl.r. • %  > !•! %  ('ouni) Judi P i rJi i Hie the -.11..%  'i'ii!.i> i "oui ihi i '•' %  1*1 % %  • • I %  ll., %  • • %  BTHEL \l 'I' ''.I'M \N i III.*M \i:: %  -I > %  v b Mini Mi.in. i


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Page 10-A *• Jen 1st fkridh^r Friday. March 24. l$j Brandt Asks Jews to Help 'Untainted' Germans By Special Report NEW YORK Mayor WUly Brandt of West Berlin appealed to wcrld Jewry to help a generation oi young Germans untainted by Nazism find "a n e w beginning" and not permit "the sins and derelictions of their fathers" to bar their way into the family of free nations. Brandt delivered his appeal I i in audience of Jewish c mmunit) leaders at the Theodor Herzl institute here. The Institute • hilt education division of the American liners who without taj .mother broi •.. % %  { piper IS lid their parentMr. Brandt c id not excuse the -' istika smearing incidents that took place in Cologne an i other German cities at the end of 1959. but he said it would he a "grave mistake" to pass Judgment ^n an entire nation because of the actions of a fev hooligans "whose attitude stems more from an irresp msible spirit an 1 immaturity th in %  :: ius political motive Ii nor by restitution and indemnification." "Nothing could be more wrcr.g," he added, "than wishing that the years of the brown terror did not exist and that one could start again with German history in the year 1932. The National Socialist pasi does exist. It has to be recognized and borne. Children and grandchildren have to ceme to terms with that heritage as well as possible." case Br in Ii remarked: %  ; h e fad that ne oi the worst a iI and will be put to trial has •.*-/*• with the development ot the • %  leral Republic lust as much or just .is little is if he had never lisc %  %  i rig .. ifl he : h ,.. ( w en faced b\ 15 .. B %  Zionist Council, bears the name of the 19th Century Viennese journalist who established the concept of modern Jewish stat< h od Ii Mr Brandt's first appearance before a Jewish organization since arriving in the I" S In an address unsparing in its condemnation of the "terrible crimes which have been committed egainst millions of Jews in the name of the German people," the youthftl mayor who fought Nazism throughout the war asked for trusl in a poet-war German democracy in which "National Socialism—and I want to emphasize it—has no longer any political base." He described the young generation that became the inheritor of this experiment in German democracy as "critical, sober, without any illusions" and the frenetic ro-' manticism that once inspired the "1.000-year Reich" as part of a dead German past Young Germans, listening to recordings of Hitler's speeches, said Brandt, were prone to smile in disbelief that an entire nation could have been mesmerized by such hysteria "These young people." he declared, "would not follow so %  ling ..j u | Rabbi April in Review i Rabbi Samuel April, of Coral Way Jewish Center, will review "A Faith for Moderns." by Robert Gardis, at a dinner meeting of the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday at Lindsay Hop kins hotel dining room Dinner will be at 6 pm the regular meeting is at 8. Miss Ruth Jaftee is in charge of dinner reservations The book review is open to the public. I MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-free : WHUIH SWIETft THAN SUCAt Iff NO FOOD VAIUE *mmtnd*d br tfoctori diabetics ovrrotijkti wid'o of f died Hit in (, %  ij.v dejwtv cooking t Lf com p'rlfir titimien. 4 u. IS MMMOUl NON-FATTENINC AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE STREW PASSOVER HONEY CAKE MIX with disposable Hosier' ".' BAKING PAN in the box! fndsrsedby % r '-W9 RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK and RABBI CHAIM BIALIK STRFirS Thy World': Finest MATZOS EGG MATZOS MATZO MEAL •ther n in impressive a n d • gainst anti Semi ism helming 1 ritj of y tung Germ ins Brandt conten ed, is exemplified by the mass pilgrimages each year to the remberg Since then, he pointed grave of Anna Frank and by the out. Nazi criminals have been syste increasing number of German youth matically snuffed out of hiding and who annually visit and work in Isprosecuted b) the Federal Repubrael under "Operation Atonement lie. often with more severity than the International Military Tribunal While en) ing th il Germany \ er be "chemically free oi inti Semitism. Bran i: contended an itbre toils*' (the istika incidei I not necesHe pr n tun ed the post war d -. sign of a new ning but rath I irm ol tody." Publiscussion 1 iblem in Kpiated lern i %  • I e past two years • : i tad 1 luce I .1 11 e >: \ i .' manifestations N %  ired, can undo %  1st; this is 1 simple — but ile truth u tast does have an ither We can i< • inly in the present time .1 b cause the) at %  • ted : > ge by t rmal yardsti a that ratio Gern l fiat natioi id 1948, was interested 11 I p ital ies and a sack f coal :han 111 the Nazi leaderon trial in NuGermany's crimes against the Jewish peoole, the West Berlin mayor reiterated again and again, coold neither be forgotten nor forgiven "not by good will and with the wholehearted appr n .1 of the majority of the German people In his only allusion •> the EtchMr. Brandt, who attended the I5?h International Congress of Cities and Communities in Israel last November, described his visit to "that young, brave state which sprang up from the sea of blood and tears in the old land of the Jewish people" aa one of the "strongest personal exigences of post-war times -, characterized the attitud? of young Germans toward lsr* 4l one of "deep respect" egende-i by admiration for its pio.iet-, spirit, its determination to — i toin itself and the recog.-vue* that "Israel stands in the n~. camp we do in our preset* • between East and West." He scored the "fOBCtionar the Soviet Union' for usin$ •rip to incite the Arab com -• Germany but oth >r framed from taking anj position on the Arab I. Communist*occupie | Berlin, Krandt had onlv \ irds He accus I the R gime of agitating against I F %  1 eiai Republic I. h n I %  reen of anti-fascisl '.. e "quite .1 numb• • p -1 r\ e d the '. %  > %  ir I ci linued to occupy inl ns in the puppet stal Di c at ing thai Easl Germ Ii 1 Ifastl) refused to gr in tlition of any kind li its I Jewish inhabitants. Brandl •. it i~ certainly no eoincidcn the number of Jewish t tl >. /i'ii> has fallen in the Si \ to 1.500 while we haw .:: Berlin and the Federal R KOSHER FOR PASSOVER! OOQ( TEMP'TEE WH.PPED CREAM CHEESE. The tup so tpreadahle—tes incredible' Sn cold!-and wont break ,22, cream cheese in Spreads instantly, ^J&**6t&n&i ffMID COirACc CHEESE *&6t&''l5ter. •^^rVVZrtCldfo %  no cat AM. ^HlPPEP 4 BREAKSTONE'S COTTAGE CHEESE A k_ c large curd Zm^^V^^J^^^^mmm< urd Superb iti ;;1 n a£ !,, ,.'Tl n r 1 S r oth S !" uc uisnes, casseroles or "as is WhSSK?, SWn J BUm |,r "" Whipped butter Jt „s btw hen it s Breaks, m MAKE EVERY PASSOVFR MEAL A PERTH,* "" U St ~ whvn %  ^



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~Jew£s]h Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday. March 24, 1961 Section C Preparing Your Home for Passover • i'liit is the principal differ (•i. between kosher to*ids i '. i for-Passover foods? presence or pc-^,,..., lh presence of chametz—a general '. for leavened foods—make* .. !• i • for PataOVer use. Fowls ( made from wheat, rye. l millet and derivath .-. %  those grains, are tubjecl to th. li ws of chametz Also forbidden Passover use are rice, corn i II types of beans. The i is that both eating and poOf anj chametz is not permit during the entire Passover period, whether in mixture, proi-((! <>r natural condition. • What IN the rule for fruits and • tables, other than the legumes beans, corn, peas, etc ? Fresh fruits and vegetables an EDITOR'S N on Tl %  -.he r foi Pass nn the K r( • %  % %  : I nion of Orthodox )i • % % % % % %  o\ America 1 •' %  • %  • What Should be Arranged To Assure Proper Marking Of This Ancient Observance kosher during all 52 weeks of the • ar. However. f< od whicll is pro < ~-cd iany way, mas eithei kosher nor kosher • for • Passover • idt spread changes in methods of commercial preparation of food.* have created question( .f kashruU in the United stairtotally withou precedent in Jewish history-. The only dependable guarantee thai packaged, processed foods arc kosher-for-Pa .. n an eating toolbe bought especially lor Passov*r Such a procedure i.the i< eal way :•• assure complete compliance! with Pas.-over regulations. Under specified conditions, some ol tin-. utensils, used during the resi of tin ^v.iv. may be used during Pass over, if properly kashere.l. The rabbi will be happy to provide dv(ailed in-j• uctions. • May plastic tablecloths be used? Plastic tablecloths are permitted • Ho' the oven require special cl 'aning? Since the oven iused throughout the year, it must be cleaned, si raped and burned out to a—unit is chametz-free. A fitted metal liner for the interior of the oven irecommended. Metal plates should be placed over parts (hat could no; be burned to pre vein contact with Passover utensils. Th rabbi will provide details on exactly hew to kosher an oven. The traditional way to make a Seder 1 CANDIES era llghlr.l by III* Motors f Ik* % %  m* •# tMn**r III •be festival of Pa**. **et. The fcaaaa ds Si tin* which she pronoun, r over the raadle* give* • rebftKHl> mrinmj lo this imple act An abundance ol light symbolize* IOV and f*-tivity. and the ofl candle glow add* an aura of spirituality lo the Seder l.blr. 2 A COf Qf WINf •• placed at rack table setting The •anclifiralKin of • IKHoJtday iaa*a> %  sounced over ihe firm cup. Three additional cups are drunk during the < o u r r of the Seder, making a total of four, lo symbolize the four e*pce*ion* of the I or11 promise lo redeem the children of Israel and deliver ih<-m from bondage. 3 TMi HA04ADAM 'literally ~lh.teUang"l enMasn* irw romplrlr Sed.-i ceremaiir. in iheir prescribed order <*4tr>. TheUrmi pan of ihe book. concerned mainly wiih ihe *iory of ihe Jew*' deliverance from Egypt, HI read he forr ihr meal Mier dinner follow* ihe second portion consisting of prayer* of praiand thanks lo the Almighty. 4 MATZON repre. wart* the "(tread of aNIiclion** eaten by rtw Jew* in Eg) pi. and also the bread thai had lobetak,-,| during their hasty flight when there wa no lime for leavening. Three mmuol are placed in the Seder tray. Half the middle matzoh. *aved for the llikomon I de* %  art), i* playfully "stolen" by a child and ran*omed for prixc. •5 TNI Z'tOAM. • roasted shank bone. i placed on ihe Seder tray, li represents the ancient sacrifice of the Paschal Inmh (Ptiuekl which had lo be eaten roasted./"cut A, the Hebrew name for Passover, also refer* to the Lord's passing over f posark I t he Je w ih home* during the plague vi-itrd upon the Egyptian firstborn. • 6 THE BEITZAH, a roa*ied egg placed left of the Z'roah. svmlwlixe* the required offering brought on all festival* in the Temple. The egg. while not itself sacrificed, it used in Ihe Seder as it is Ihe Jewiah symbol •f mourning I in thia caae for the kMa of ihe Temple where the sacrificea urer# hruughu. 7 TNI MAROR or "billet aerba i uuall> horsera.l ish I is placed in ihe middle of the Iray and symbollies the Jews' bitter suffering under ihe Egyptian yoke. Directly below ia ihe Ckaitrttk, another piece of bitter herbt, commemorating the custom of eating Mmtot sandwiched between two piece* •f Mattok. 8 TH£ CHAROSIT, ^V placed beneath the \^ 1 f'tonh, ia mixW lure of chopped S apple, nut-, cinnamon, and wine designed lo look like the mortar ued by ihe Jews in building the palaces and pyramid* of Egypt during centuries of forced labor. Before the Varor i* eaten, it ia dipped into the Ckatotet. THE KARPAS, a piece of parsley or lettuce plaard to ihe left of the Ckarostt. symbolizes ihe meager diet ol the Jew* in Egyptian bondage. It is dipped into •alt water in remembrance of the tears I hey shed in their misery. The Karpat also dignities Springtime, the season of Pi over. 10 THE CUP OF ELIJAH, filled with wine. i kept on thr table throughout thr Seder ID Ihe hope that the Prophet Elitah may appear a* a me*enger of the Almighty and announce the coming of the Messiah. Thus, in the mir!i of their memories of the pan. ihe Jews look forward to the day of universal peace, love, •nd brotherhood. • To whal time may chametz lie eaten :hiyear? Chametz may be eaten until l 0 a.m of Passover Eve, which this yeai is Mar 31. • What ilo I),done with chametz which is neither used up nor disposed of in some other a/aj be* lore PassOi ei Ownership of -uch chametz must be transfered to a non-Jev, tin. ugh an instrument called the sir ir Mechirah. l hiprocedure, which -hould be completed by 10 a.m., Mar 31, i^ as follows: All leftover chametz is placed m a .-pare room, clo.-et or trunk. which is then locked All chameti dishes, utensils, cutlery, etc. should be Ihoroughl) cleaned and then also placed in a special locked place. The rabbi is then authorized to prepare a bill of sale and to negotiate transfer of ownership of the chametz lo a non-Jew. • When iownership restored? The rabbi, acting as (he agent, may repurchase the chametz. and it then ma> again be used The rabbi should be given a reasonable lime alter Pas-over to complete th transaction. • Are there other niual procedures connected with the disposal cf chametz? The search (or chametz involves a formal ceremony, known as Bedikat Chametz. This begins with a final check of the home to make certain all chametz has been removed. Included should he a check of Ihe pockets of clothing which will be worn during Passover The Bedikat Chametz is to be performed this year directly after nightfall Mar. 30. The head of the hou-e. his way lighted by a candle carried by a member of the household, goes from room to room with a feather. gathering anj chametz with a wooden spoon. nee the house is presumably i • ametz-free bj this tune, a few crumbs are placed in each room -. 1 • %  h will noi he in \ Th< -. spoon, feather a 1 ami I i %  he si (I lah in • • \ foi railed Biur < • < -• '.'^ m atei thai la i : I %  nd anj b :• o> r cakfi is bin ni 'I and I ail • %  • es next? %  kiti hen ,.n,i eating imp'en and foods are placed in r propci ices for the coming %  days "i Passover The home w rret 11 ( hametz and rltually % %  ed for Passover and for the rsl s..i, i on the evening of Mar M Rabbi lehrman on Television "S'lii small Voice." television program sponsored by the Rabbini\"ii oi Greater Miami, will be hosted by Rabbi Irving Lehrin, spiritual lea ler Oi Temple n El, on Sunda) io a.m.. ovt i WCKT Ch. 7 His theme will he oi Passover and the Si der



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Page 12-C +Je*isti ncrkfcm Friday. March 24 National ZOA Leaders Meet To Adopt Priority Programs NEW YORK— (JTA>— Plans for extensive activities in the fields <;f Hebrew education and participation :n communal affairs were a.cpted here at the conclusion of the four-day meelins of the national executive council of the Zionist Organization of America. A resolution was adopted to convene a national conference lr the promotion of the teaching of Hebrew, with the participation of out standing < ducators ai rs in the coun'ry, i >l 11 r r ( led for tl e esta I -hment '-! leadership traini and the creation \ ki corps to dr.-.'. n the tal Is of the j i generation. The ZOA leaders also adopted a resolution to establish a comrr.is'on tc deal with the development of a unified representative crganization to speak as the central authority for American Jewry; the wider ,np cf the scope of Jewish community councils to DOG RACING Nightly except Sunday embrace all aspects of local Jewish community life; support of Jewish day schools as the most effective educational media for Jewish survival; and a more equitable distribution of the commuiai income for Jewisn activities with a view towards securing fair allocation for Jewish education, schools and Hebrew culture. Another resolution called for th< promo ;un ol one or two-year studs <.r v !:. | r grama for young adult' in Israel and !te stimulation : • t in aliyah pic. This N luion also I th< promt tioi ol ZOA Isri \ : the session, Dr Emanual \"i un ann, i reside nt of thi v. : leration ol General Zioni ts urged [h< v.. rican Zionist move: en! "to abandon, once and for all, apologetic and defensive attitudes and resume a vigocounter-offensive again.-t all enemies and traducers oi whatever .-'ripe within and without the Jew i-li fold."' Dr Neumann stated that he has confidence n President Kennedy's letermination to deal with "the Osive situation in the Middle vigorous!) and constructive. |y. "But." h. ., tk d, "U must be said thai linn presses and the tide ol events moves on relentlesslj The issue oi peace in the Middle as) merits a position oi high priority and calls lor Presidential initiativi al the earliest possible ent.' 1 ACTION! rosT imi 7 vein n ^s^riiiR KENNEL^ CLUB •OMISSION Sfc-NO vs:eS('.A*).COUBLt EE ..-' NI *Gtf SriRTlSG GTE B0 StATS-PL i 3484 • COCKTAIl LOUNQf NC BS • CLIMATE COMROUID. POST TIME 8 PM PARKING 25c • No Tipping 115ft V bctwecr. NX 7ml t N W. 7th AVM.M MalttlM 50 c its(evTiwO: Hllj4, Ft. Lailf'llll • Mill %  titti Mlaal ItMt J£ I I 17 MANIA PALACE U.S. 1 At Dania, Fla. No Minor* RACINGS NEW FRONTIER THRiUS, BEAUTY, LUXURY! ML **%  *, jGuLFSTREAM rust uct' i 't CMTIMI uiiMi fi UMI/WUTWOOO ] SMI/MI KM r M/n WMim M for Reservation* phone JE 1-0348 MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club SOUTH l\l) oi COLLINS AVENUE.MIAMI BEACH Tolnei Social Club holds its fourth annual Purim parly at the Delmonico hotel to form a scholarship at the Kfar Silver Agricultural Traininq School in Ashkelcn. Israel, in memory of Dr. Abraham Orlick. first president of the club. Left to riqht is Mortimer May, past national president of the Zionist Orqanizatlon of America, which maintains the Kfar Silver School, receiving a check horn Nathan Badct. treasure: of the Tolner Social Club. Looking on is Max Fierman, chairman of the party, and Sam Rappaport, vice president of the club. Seated deft to right) are Mrs. Abraham Otchet, secretary, and Mis. Lucia Orlick, widow of the late honoree. Not shown is Joseph Fine, chairman of the scholarship committee. PLAY GOLF NIGHT OR DAY 3400 Yds. -Par 60 7 A.M.-MIDNIGHT EVERY DAY II HOIK $3.00 '— DAY Ol NIGHT $2.O0*— Ami 9:30 P.M. $25.00 GIEEN FEE IOOK FO $20.00 COLONIAL PALMS GOLF COURSE U.S. Highway No. 1 At S.W. 136HtSr. Ph. CE 5-3394 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PAKk N.W. 25th St. at 103rd Ave. TU 5-1689 "The South's most bea Jewish Ce~eter. Coral Way Branch Off.ce HI 4-9849 ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1357 Waihingtc n A r j%  ••, ALL HEBREW SLPPLI 'OH SYNAGOGUES A JEWIS>W* Carry B' Vitzv.ih P LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE UNDEP FICTITIOLS \A\1t NoTI'K IS HERKHY i • i I. : • T i. III) • I hi • ,1 i \ir. iRM IUCN • • I VII .1 .. \ %  %  • %  %  (>| li i '..in: h un Ida SEW \"> iMi • .::\i ,s sri'i'i.v K FI.' mil • M< H I N IK If %  i NOTiCE UNDEP FICTITIOUS NAVE NOTICE is HKKKin %  in li .11• ui Lh< n( I.ITTl.K 1ad< < '•• ml v n r v,: .•• \i A si 1-ri.Y • >r PL" 'RI1 \[. >H r> IN R< iTHENIil Hi v • I..I ii. \ rm N • .>.. i ii s ipp \ ..f Plm Ida, In. • 1 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW National leaders of the Zionist Organization of America meet at the Fontainebleau hotel to help launch the Southeast reg on's celebration of Israel's Bar Mitzvah Year. Left to right are Ben R. Winick. of Knoxville, Tenn.. national vice president; Mortimer May, of Nashville. Tenn.. past national president; Abrahcrr. Redelheim. New York, past national president and notional chairman of the Bar Mitzvah Year membership drive; and Louis B. Rudnick. Coral Gables, member of the national executive council of ZOA and chcirman of the Greater Miami ZOA Presidents Council. NOTICE is HEREIN %  :. ,! r INPOTRIAI %  %  • %  %  Hi. i 'I. i %  i. NEW AT I N %  %  'RM .\ SCI'I'M Rll •. Mi iR I • .N Ri .THENIll \ %  •• • | \. ,, 1 NOT.O. UNOtS FICTITIOLS NAME N I i K I H K R EI i\ %  hi UK l Xlit>.Ml '().> \ I • Miami I hide < nti I ,,, ItoliKI 11.\ I • HERN \RlKt h>:i; I Kill El i.MAN -" '• I' %  • II. ,1 in. ..i GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON fUNERAl DIRECIO* i %  %  .' 7 NOT CE UNOEP FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IIKI'.KIO • itu• .t %  i .li I IK li. III..'. • •f I'll .1 l\l \ \ I I'll. I • %  %  I.in. ..In !<.. ui. M ..MII I .II' II. ;> i.. r. %  1%  • i %  .1 M .... %  < i '..i.ir 11< i !,i MllRTI MER E MKTER W EIHH Hi 'SEN • vti... i,. \ i I In %  • %  I • 4"7 I. In K.l Mi M i Hi 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i .'I'll i; i-HEREK> i!,.undprr i %  •' in Im-in. -" ii' %  i I:\K-I TI\I: SI:K\ |. niv, intern nith the t'li ''I' I '.i.i. i 'nunt' i \ I \\ \> I Ml OltV A si l-i-l.Y i 'C El.' 'HI Ml iRT >N It' ITH EN I i IN THE COUNTY Jl I IN AND FOR DADE FLORIDA IN PROD' No S2M4 C 11 I • %  MINNIE i' .M i Mil' I • %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS TH VII Crediti %  lu: You are hen reaeIII %  i %  M M hat • %  •( %  of MINNIE i .' i • %  i. t'ouut ... II. %  i• mil .:,-. in i ...'. Ci • >,iiiiii iKhi •. tai mon date ..f ih.I •, ..i ui. in a II i.. 111:1:1 i i: -' M vi M11.1.1:11 Ol H >]>MAH i I I '• \ : n. \ ~ %  II I..I1U.M Miami ; Mi ,.



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Friday. March 24. 1961 +JenJst Fhridti&ri Page 13-A • i *. i i f ft -.-—#• .,. ,t. PASSOVER GREETINGS s/ • DADE COUNTY DAIRIES, INC THE FINEST MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS UNDER STRICT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION i %  KOSHER FOR PASSOVER 1961 Available At All Leading Independent Groceries And Bakeries HEALTH and ENERGY IN EVERY GLASS DADE COUNTY DAIRIES Office: 7350 N.W. 30th Avenue, Miami 47, Fla. Ph. OX 1-3020 • % 



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Friday. March 24. 1961 +JtWlS$ fkrHHrtr Page 9 B A MOST HAPPY and JOYOUS fs cm the entire FOOD FAIR family! As always, FOOD FAIR presents the most extensive variety of K 0 S H E R for Passover Foods in Florida FLORIDA'S FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENTS Now featuring the fines of FRESH WATER FISH rushed to us from the GREAT LAKES just hours after being caught! FRESH LAKE CARP LB. 29 ABSOLUTELY FRESH! WHITEFISH OR YELLOW PIKE i. 59c BUFFALO (winter) CARP u. 49c ALL FISH DRESSED & GROUND FRCE ASK FOR YOUR. GEFILTE FISH RECIPES! KOSHER WINE MOGEN DAVID L-KGVED MANISCHEWITZ CARMEL ISRAEL Fi JUD MATZO FZODVCTS MANISCHEWITZ O ROKEACH £ STRUT'S GOODMAN'S O HOROWi7Z-MA?GARE7EN • MOTHER'S KOSHER APPROVED DRINKS MIDTOWN Ginger Ale, Club Soda, Orange, Black Cherry, Black Raspberry • COCA-COLA MATZO PABFEL SPOXliK (Aki: MIX POTATO STAIUII MATZO BAM, SOI P ri. I:\II soi i IIOIISI IIT MIIW UEFILTE FISH HMIIATN CAXXEB MATZO BMJ£S IIOXKV ORANGE MABMALAB 4 It AMU lilt Y SAUCE lltl IT CUTS MWIMI, CUTS JIACAHOOXS Use This Check List For Money-Saving Values! <9 t.OIJHV TAT KO.IIL PAPKIKA C AMBIT SOI P Jfl TS TAIGLACH Kir in i KON III IS .111.1 O FOAM CMJANSEB KOMI I EC SOAP MiA in POLISH PKAXl T on. XI AI AT Pill XF JITCE SOI II SALT PIIIM IIYFS I III I I COMPOTH IIOIIS ll'OFIIfMi >IAVO\WK PI* KLKS CO^IAIOFS SWKKT PFPPFNS r.VRK >IK.II. < I HIM MPII \


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Friday. March 24. 1961 • Jf nist Fkridiam Face 11 -A Cancer Types Divide on Religious Grounds oily affair when the Frar.tz twins. Jeffrey and sistei Melissa. 6. arrive at Mt. S :.... nails removed. Looking on at *. use Schieiber and mother. Mrs. Lee. No Miami. ve Bible Contest Slated Sunday step in thf National t ( • • m Greatt r Miami will i" .i in jt the l( A -r. Education buildthree represi ompeUng schools will M itu n exanunai. u inners oi the diatr 11 then comi i ti in a re in Miami on Sui : I pii • %  •ntati\ i from %  Una South CaroHna : i -i e, Alabama, AxMississippi, Louisiana, v oa and o'hrr sec : Florida to determine the uill enter the nail New York City on nents for the South i ontesl are in the .... Bureau of .'> w .;n Louis Schw art? Post-Bar Mitzvah C/css y c u i :.. | ( h> .Rabri Al Levitan at Mi Hebn %  %  ':.-.. Membership Drive and Dance ^ membership dmi by th< I ... Social .. .., ,. .. rtj r ungl< adults Saturday night al • -• man. ext cu!iv< directoi • t atonal (i.r et r Nations] 1 lest u %  i m of I lion •••':* k • \ • I '. Bibli Sdcjttv \: A \ RK_ ,-TA -There are if. lamer death %  •'' • Protestants, Catholics and xew York, but th< r. r ~ differei c< between Jcwi and no .'. if in ;ri types „i i uffei i '''•' • in •... %  i art • .•-•; %  %  J '• "' 'kin.spi -..-•, L'niversity M % %  • %  %  g cancers ol the lar tvpi On the other hand, Jews o> m ensfra-e greater susceptibility than c rotestant$ or Catholics to cancers 0 the large intenstine k'dney, brain, thyod, blood (Itukemie) breast (among males and livtr and pancreas (among females ; ries that %  : %  %  M,::, r less cer non-Ji wish womi i has 111 • attnl uted to the %  -• : lt : i I circumcisi. I i finding that Jew%  lung, thr< ancer has been at: : 'ted t< th< bi In; that J< ws us< less i tobai Th skin -r< cialisl said medical • % %  < %  %  cs not know why Jews should suffer more trom cancers • ; arge ii •• stint brain and thyn .d and U <~ from >kin pros % %  '< cancers Dr NewiU's findings firmed thosi of his Harvard cher. Prof Brian McMahon, who % %  •> "i cancel New Y< rk City in I N< ind thai with : %  > %  p groups there were no differences as to incidence of cantwecn Jews and non-Jews except cer between native and foreignto not, that the Jewish group.. 'baa victims. He declined to spec sow homogeneitj of experience hi meaning of the differthat is meaningful in terms of can. types of cancers as becer n talitv." Radio Outflanks Teacher Strike 5A1 M JTA P %  •' ''"< strik Israel %  %  • :• by the Mu I %  %  i s, • I X| • I iration. 1 ih were workii %  students could follow so thai thi j 1 t( much tune Offi %  < for settlement of befon the end of %  II students In Tel \ I Haifa 'A.M.' rep %  o I" themselves into to prepare themsi \\ i ..best they could, for • rn examinations, HIGH HOLY DAYS IN ISRAEL E : c: INDEPENDENT TOURS Chad Mall and CLAADCJLOLQA, Snc TRAVEL CONSULTANTS f7l Arthur Godfrey Id., Miami Suite 201 Phone Jl 1-119S The United Kasruth Association Of Greater Miami \ tends Wishes J-or &4 *J*>*ppy &4nd\Jiosftcr J^assever ~o United Kashruth Aaaociation proudly announce! its d services to the Jew:.-.-. Community .r. behalf c: stash -'.-.. No sacrifice is spared le guarantee the Koshex ronsumei -..ahest standards oi KASHRUTH without add::.;-i. laxi :o the pubUc. A highly ed ttafl .-: MASHGICHIM "Olre regular inspections, under the Buperviaion c: the eminent "-.-aauthority. Rabbi Tiber H. Stern nil "ed :~r. DIN. HYMAN ZAIDMAN PreaideW NORMAN KAPLAN Vic* Preaident HERMAN DALE. Chairman of the Board eth ru Crt MESSAGE BY RABBI STERN le: rr.e assure tht Jewish community of Greater Miami that your purchases the following establ ahments are guaranteed as Kosher, and the services as %  re... I have volunteered my time and authority to their cause because of seep conviction oi their sincere desire to safeguard the institution of Kash i in Greater Miami. I hereby extend an invitation to all re'igious individuals organixationj to su] port ihia cause, in order that cur aim to establish an r.ocox Vaaa Heir shall cecome a reality. res: Wishes (cr a Happy and Kosher Passover RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN. •EACH FOOD CENTER KOSHER MEATS & POUtTRY 1419 Washington Avenue — JI 1 3418 = -'SY BEE STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET ?£2 N.W. 183rd Street — NA 1.39*1 C^OWN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 1 1 22 • 15th Stret — JE lc514 COLLINS KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 7443 Collins Avenue — UN 6 2955 CORAL WAY KOSHER MEATS & POUITRY 1741 S.W. 21st Street — HI 3 1383 COMMUNITY KOSHER MEATS & POUITRY 52S 41eJ Street — JE 1-7691 CADE KOSHER MEATS I POULTRY 153 N.W. Sth Street — PR 31430 DREXEL KOSHER MEATS 1447 Drexel Avenue JE 4 2929 fLI 4 HELEN'S KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 630 6th Street — JE 4-2536 GEWIRTZ KOSHER MARKET 737 Washington Avenue — JE 14409 K GROSS KC5HER MEATS & POUiTRY !447 fns:tjnia Averwe — JE l-'OeC ABERS KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 11] NorTandv Drive — UN 6-5223 HERMANS KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY • 053 Washington Avenue — JE 1-9808 JACK'S TROPICAL KOSHER MEATS & PCUiTRY "325 Washington Avenue — JE 11267 S & K KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 243 Col.ins Avenue — JE 1-7868 KAHLENBERG S KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 806 6th Street — JE 8 4577 KAPLANS KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 1447 Drexel Avenue — JE 4-2929 KAY S KOSHER MEATS & POUITRY 1041 Washington Avenue — JE 1-3496 sA LTER S SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET 436 Collins Avenue — JE 1 5583 MENDELSOHN & SONS 621 Washington Avenue — JE 2-2426 MENDELSOHN & SONS 1354 N E. 163rd Street — Wl 56452 MIDTOWN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 523 41st Street — JE 1-1396 SEW DEAL KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 1362 N E. 163rd Street — Wl 5-2512 ROYAL KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 5987 S.W. 8th Street — MO 7-3733 RUBINDALE KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 2101 Corel Way — HI 8 4766 S. & M KOSHER MEATS & POUITRY 610 S.W. 22nd Avenue — HI 3-7748 SOL S KOSHER MEATS & POUITRY 7446 Collins Avenue — UN 6-6226 SOL MALTER' KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 957 Washington Avenue — JE 8-1539 SURF KOSHER MEATS 7432 Collins Avence — UN 5-0559 WHOLESALE POULTRY MARKETS %  ERMAN KOSHER POUITRY 320 Collins Avenue — JE 8-1839 c ARMEl KOSHER POUiTRY JE 1-3418 JE 1*343 HARRY S LIVE POUITRY 2201 S.w. ttfc Street FR 34232 fi fN LAPOFf, KOSHER POUITRY 325 Collina Avenue — JE 8 9200 MANDATA KOSHER POUITRY WHOLESALE HOUSI AMERICAN KOSHER PROVISIONS CORT PACKING COMPANY GEORGE LAZARUS MENDELSOHN & SONS WILSON A CO. KOSHER CATERING IF SPECIFIED UNDER CUR SUPERVISION AMERICANA HOTEL GORDON & PONT EDEN ROC HOTEL ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL 731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beech PASSOVER SUPERVISIONS FOR 1961 ANDRE'S CANDY COTT BEVERAGES HALLOWAY COFFEE DADE COUNTY DAIRIES CONTINENTAL COFFEE PEPSI-COLA CO. COCA-COLA CO. CHURCHILL COFFEE TAYSTEE FOODS



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+Jewistncrkti3n Friday. March 24. 19B1 Paqe 1S-B ^ === == == ^ === lews Support JFK on Aid to Schools^ ._.__..„.*.„ ..laanm hacking President m „ n( a NEW YORK IJTA) Major Jewish organizations have sent a mint telegram to the members of the United States Senate Subcommittee on Education supporting the >iand taken by President Kennedy „„„ sl< nP d im.riM Central Conference The organizations wmen sianta American Rabbis. Rabbinical Assembly of America Rabb.n.ca Council of America. Jewish Labor CommU.ee. Jewish War Veteran, of the InHed States, and the American Jewish Congress Kabb. Baltour Brickner. appearing on behalf of the American Jew,sh CongteM before a Senate subcommittee conducting hearings on the Federal aid-to-education \M said that the use of government funds for church-supported -chooli would violate the traditional Kmet| ican separation of church an : state, He warned against th' v .. u long-term, low interest loam ti ; parochial schools did not c institute government aid Joyous Passover FROM The Original Passover Coffees THAT "GOOD TO THE LAST DROP' FLAVOR weans MAXWELL HOUSE KOSHER-PARVE FOR PASSOVER Serve cheering Maxwell House...Instant or Brewed ...for the deepest pleasure coffee can give after your Seder and all through Passover. Tor these are the criminal Passover coffees...so superior in quality and taste, they are virtually traditional in tla.Jev.iiii home for holiday enjoyment. Products of General Foods MA HOUS? K In 1 lb. can*: and 2 lb. cans (economy tut) In 2 or. nd 6 oi. and iOo*. jar* IT'S A*MECHAYEH'ALL THE WAY DOWN! nog* 111.3 Certified Kother and Parve lor •a*o*af by Rabbi Hsrtch Kortn of Now Verk L J



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Page 2-D +Je*ist> fkrifar Friday March 24. Ifcj t \ I c f < 6 u II 5 U I Mi WO Passover Orange Cream Puffs More than Make Up for Restricted Dessert Delights i .*.-'••-; • £ m .... mi %  s up for il Pass %  i %  In % %  eluded s thus deln reci;>< Cream Puff Filing i cup •'• I :; • iblespn is potal •' 1 1 teaspoon til 2 cups II inge i 2 egts, well >ea 1'.. t< ispoons grate I >ra ige rind Mix together ui J saucepan the sugar, potato starch and salt. Stir to a >vei i • l :1 < %  inge • remai I II ep in Bring to i Remove > %  • ; II inge rind. %  %  Fill cream pufla all -''" >,,; ... Filling per cream putt. Makes filling for i large cream puffs. Cream Puff* 1 cup water cup Fleischmann's Corn-Oil Margarine -'; "' % %  meal laoiespoons 1 teaspoon 2 eggs /.::'"':;:' %  n i leaves noV ball Remo slight j ::. it eggs mixture is sm .... spoonsful oi sheet Bake r about 35 minul and golden brov. i Cul <(t tops I Re mov any webbing ol %  ..• ). v. nh sweetened whipped rea with Passover Orange i ream Killma Make. B larga eretaj puffs Streits Features New Taste Treats Among the many women who will take an active rol! in preparations for the Israel Bar Mtizvah and inauqural dinner in May are (left to right) Mrs. Sidney Ansin and Mrs. Jack Popick. They were among those selected as table hosts at a dinner meeting of the Israel Bond board of aovernors last Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller en Sunset Island 3. Theatre Official To Head Appeal By Special Report NEW YORK—Harr) Brandt, leadin? motion picture theatre execu live and civic leader, will serve a> chairman ol the Joint Del 'nse Appeal 20th pnniversary campaign HI behalf of programs tor cam bigotry and discrimination and pro mo ting Democratic rights The announcement was made by Herbert B. Khrmann. president ot th American Jewish Committee, and Henry E. Schultz, chairman of tin National Commission ot the Aiti Defamation League if B'nai Brith The 1961 Irive t-hich is seeking t > raise 16.100 nationally will be .-. gurated in Sew York m Ap' 24 \ nember of the Anu-Defama: %  ; League's Seu York Executive C imm %  • %  • r m inj years, he has also bet?n prominently idenl i I with rnj'iy philanthtropic and civic endeavors and has been cited on numerous >ccasi ms I ir bis efforts in advancing the welfare >f the By Special Report \K\v YORKFor manj years, sands ol Jewish housewives across the nation inst nctively have looked to the Streit list >t Passover products tj see whal was new tor the coming holiday—new in the M i> A • 'I products, plain and fancy, v. rah lie for Passover menus An. Streit's usually has come up with some new delicacj thai Passver celebrants >t a leca I • i more ago never drearrted would be ;>r icessed for holi lay use On • ol the major reasons tor the growth and popularity enjoyed in this generation by the house of Aaron Streit. Inc traditional bak ers of llatzos and Matzo products, ha< been their leadership in creating new koshi r delicai les to gl >niy nod '-:'. Passover tabl For the com n i Pass n et noli .ay, Sti unveils some epicurean excite ments never before known for Passover Foremost tor "newness" and general demand •*..'. be their two new cak.' mixes rich, luscious Chocolate Fu Ige ike Mix, smooth, holiday Honey Cake Mix Both mixes are packed With the important "plus" of a disposable. kosher-for-Passover baking pan mat needs no greasing. Further in the "sweets' department. Strait's has developed a an Kosher for Passover Chocolate Pudding in powder form, instantly mixed to a creamy dessert for adults, is well as an important tastv food tor the yOung OHM Aalwaya, Streits main eontn button to the Passover celebration are the traditional Passover Matxoa, Egg MatZOS and Mat/o meal. But the dozens of other holiday delicacies are just as distinctive in taste—all under the strict supervision it Rabbi Aaron Soloveichik an 1 Rabb Chaim Biaiik RY-KRISP makes your dieting more than just A JOYOUS PASSOVER 5721-1961 To our many friends and patrons, and to Jewish people everywhere, may this traditional Festival of Freedom be a joyous season, And may this traditional sugar, DOMTNO. make your holiday more festive... certified Kosher for Passover by Rabbi Hersch Kohn. This year the 2 lb, and 5 lb. cartons of Domino Granulated Sugar for Passover Will feature special Kosher for Passover recipes for Orange Nut Cake with Orange Sauce and Banana Nut Cake. Try them-they're delicious. But whaf. ever your recipe, Domino will give all your holiday goodies that real Pt ? iHChd jgfl sweetness and flavor. ^^ FULL OF GOODNESS.. .FULL OF ENERGY True' \ double cracker of de liaaous Kv Knap mtk butter ha* fewer calories than a stiea of "dirt brvad without butter U?t the weight watching habit -get Ry Krwp %  alatoa Punaa Company. Chack.rboard S^wr., 3t Lou 1 Ma"*"" Par all your ronovr ncarfi, b* tort la araar brand nw packaaat •' Damlna Swaar... Cry*'*' TaWata, Extra fin* Grmnulaltd, 9n4 Hoiftsi Sugar TaWafl. WHEN IT'S DOMINO SUGAR YOU'RE SURE IT'S PURE America's largest telling sugar .. make your holiday sweeter'. The American Sugar Refinin White Rock Beverages GINGER ALE and CiUB SODA KOSHER FOR PASSOVER THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF HCM* MHSd onrf Oijfribuf^ §y SOUTHERN BEVERAGES, INC. Cai! NE 4-7633



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Friday, March 17, 1961 *Jewist) ftcridUan Page 3-D J3ar ^JHuzvali As a g.ft to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free lor the asking a corsage to each mother cf a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests shouid be addressed to Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Fiower Shops in time for the occasion. Gary Miller Saturday morning services, Mar I; at Temple Both Shnlom will in, i ihe Bar Mitzvah of Gary, son (I Mr and Mrs. Howard II. Miller. K Broadview dr Baj HarIsle Rabbi Leon Kronish will llfH ...I' .Mr^ Miller *s Immediate past dent of the Temple's Sisterand Mr Miller i.i member |, mple's board of directors y )$ ., -HI. lent ir. the confirmation class ol 5722. Bruce Moskowiti Bai Mitzvah oi Bruce, *>n of Mi ,-,n,i Mrs Joseph Moskowitz, will be celebrated Saturday mornM.u 25 al 11 mple Judea, with i d.i Mom. .--kop officiating Before h. came to Miami. Bruce • ded Sunday ^ehool at Beth h Center, Rochester, NY. He attended Temple Judea's ro :-ehool lor lour years and Sunday school i<>r five years, ,* .11 now enter the confirmation rtmenl %  is in the seventh grade .>t I -i. ile Leon .tumor lliyll and Mrs Moskowiti will bo-? Kiddush in •heir son's honor .. i\ ici Ricky Freidel Tlickvk hieulel will receive a from Congregation Yehudah -•i< ,,t his Bar Mitzvah diirinu aj morning services. Mar 25, \ h Rabbi Sheldon H. Steinmetz i lating. a rents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Freidel, will host the Kiddush in his honor lollowing the ceremony. Donald Kahn Temple Zion will l.e the site o| the Bar Mitzvah of Donald, son of Mr and Mrs Conrad Kahn on rdaj Mar 25, at 5 30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offici-! ate. Donald is .. -i venth {trade student at Wesl Miami Junior High and an outstanding athlete in ihe Junior Olympic Team. He will continue as I a student in the Temple's confirmation class. His parents will host the Kiddush in his honor • Larry Gerst Rabbi Nathan Zwitman will "t ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Larry. -on oi Mr and Mrs Bernard Gerst, and grandson of Harrj Gerst and Mrs. Eva Cohen, on Saturday morn ing, Mar 25, at Tilereth Israel Northside (enter Larrj is a sixth grade student at Little River Elementary, and ha> been in 'he Center's Hebrew school lor two \< ars %  t Carole Kaye Friday i v< ning s< v\ ices Mar 24. ..! Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will include the Bas Mitzvah of Carole daughter oi Mi. and Mr> Walter Kaye, It!"' sw 63 ave Rabbi Louis Wein will officiate. Carole is a seventh grade student at Kinloch Park Junior High • ChOOSe your favorite style of : HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN : GEFILTE FISH ToPS'in taste : REGULAR r. In MqvKf ferofh or /Wed ouce ,,'i. /wmbo or. $rtock-ttz* portion* oe LUXE :rrmode wittf oriorok PIKE ond b IwHITC PISH exclvnWaiyTta ,Vith homey thick, ^ ••Mfnmering jelled ovs| the IM Shabhat in her honor following services %  Lawrence Weiss Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mit/vah ol Lawrence James son %  •>. Mr and Mrs. William S, Wcisv during Saturdaj • n ices Mar 25 ..• pic Knianu El. The Bar Mitzval attends the Temple's religious seh.ol and is in the seventh grade .: Nautilus Junior High. His hobbies include coin and stamp collecting. A luncheon reception .•' the Tern pie in his honor will follow services Daniel Goldman Daniel, -on of Mr and Mrs A.uc>n Goldman, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday mornirL.' Mar 25, in Temple Menorah, with Rabbi Mayer A bra mow.'.' officiating. Daniel attends Nautilus Junior High and the 11 :: | i religious school. 'There will be a dinner in his %  or at the Diplomat hoti I Sat'. ev< n:::'and .> i" Ci ption .>: his home inn F8 si Miami •' % %  Sunday a ft en i Jonathan Alper Rabbi Mayer ^bramowitz will officiate al th< Bar Mitzvah of Jonathan, -in ol Mr and Mrs William Alper, 1165 No Bicayne Point rd.. Miami Beach, mi Saturday Beach Branch Sets Classes in Ballet The Miami Beach YMIIA Branch : will utter another eight-week series of modern ballet Because of the wide interest in the present series, which ended Wednesday, a new -ericwill star! on Mar 29 tor kin arten through sixth grade, Tin v <' groups meet each Wednesday afternoon, with the kindergarten through second grade gathering at 2 :t0 p m and the third through sixth grade at :; Mi p.m In charg< ot information is Ira Steinmetz. morning, Mar. 25. at Temple Mono and Mis David Hecht. 2511 SW 22 %  "ah. t t > r Miami, will be celebrated d.irJonathan is a student in the mj Salurdav niormng services. graduating class oi the Temples >lar ,a B ,. tn David wltn Ra(llll io„s s.-hou, and also attends Svnmin N g„ „.„ ol f icIatjnj ,. Nautilus Junior lnyh. Ira is an eighth grade student at Ira Hecht Shenandoah Junior High and alBar Mitzvah of Ira. son of Mr.'tends Beth David's religious school. Gl's Set to Mark Passover With Special Assist from JWB ALL KOSHER FOR PASSOVER DISTRIBUTED BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 373 N.E.61$I St., Miami, Fla. By Special Report NEW YORK — From the frozen I S. station in Thule. Greenland. near the North Bole, to Cuantaiiamo Bay. Cuba, where American servicemen are on ready alert. Jewish servicemen and their tamilies will mark the ancient Festival <>i Pass over, thanks to arrangements made by tru National Jewish Welfare Board, organizer oi global "Operatn :i Passover" for the military and theii dependents and patients in \ (••(.. • spitals. JWB efforts will make possible r \iei and S d< r m< als a" 1 S. -;..tions in Korea and Japan. ;n the oi Panama, at missile and stations in the Arctic, in old synagogues Ol Morocco. 'Turkey and Greece, and even on l S. warships on the high seas durum the holida) Passover, commemorating the liberation ol the ancient Hebrew: from Egyptian bondage, be.nis Friday evening. Mar :u Tons of matzoh, wine, chicken, fish and other holiday kosher foods, along with Haggadahs and a variety of religious articles, have been shipped by JWB for the services at which 370 fulland part-time Jewish chaplains will officiate in the U.S., Europe, North Africa, Asia, Alaska, Iceland and the Caribbean. In addition, committees across the coontry affiliated with JWB's Women's Organizations Division have sent hundreds of Passover foods boxes ("solo Seders") to remote overseas stations where chaplains will not be present. Helping in the setting up ol T.iover services and hospitality in ihe l*. S. and overseas will be the 2ft5 JWB Armed Services Committees and the ISO JWB Held staff, s ho will work closely with the •'<•" "h chaplains JWB is the agency authorized by the is Government to servt religious and morale needs ol Jew* ish (.Is and then tamilies and hospitalized veterans. JWB is ids" one of the six member agencies of t >i>. which i~ current!) marking its 2 u 1 anniversary In its global "Operation Passover." JWB is carrying OUl ".'.1 oi 1 Si 1basic amis — 10 serve the spiritual needs ol Am ri ian servicemen of all faiths THRIFTY SUPER MARKET 3n # 19 BARTONS BEVERAGES GINGER ALE CLUB SODA TRU-FRUIT (Black Cherry, Black Raspberry & Orange KOSHER FOR PASSOVER UNDER SUPERVISION OF THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA RABBI DR. ISAAC HlRSH EVER. DIRECTOR SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY STEVENS MARKETS. INC. r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I TUNA COSTS 60 L/7TLP... k. CHICKEN OF THE SEA REFRIGERATOR SALAD Prepare a small package of lemonor lime flavored gelatin, add a Family-Size can of Chicken of the Sea brand tuna and olenty of chopped nuts and celery for crunch. It s fancy enough for luncheon guests and thrifty as can be! Serve with) Hot buttered biscuits, for a supper surpr.se tonight! FREE: "Creative Cookery," 20 Tuna Tips & recipen. Write CUCACA oi tht Sea, F.Q. Box 2111, Long Beach I* CaUJornta. IT FAYS' TO BUV THE GEST-7HE PR 1MB fILLET TUNA! Writ* 6£.TTl£ FOR JLSS 9 n^^bM



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Fcge 8-A vJenist fkridFter Friday, March 24. 1961 Toynbee Explains Stand to Judaism Council 1 he Fo i: Questions, answers to which reveal the origin and earning of the Seder, will be asked by Shelley Grossman, 8, during Seder services al National Jewish Hospital at Denver en Mar 31. The traditional Je\\:sh feast, which ushers in the : sover, i<5 marked with the serving of foods syrr.'-olizir.c the erp.ess of bondage ir. Ecy-pt, the hardships of the Exodus, c %  J joy at fincl deliverance. Moroccan Jews Ask Government To Form Special Organization Continued from Page 1-A • ership in the community. They wre Marc Sabbah, vice T • siden); David Azoulay, secre1iV general; and Max Loeb, an occutive member. Meyer Obac president of the Jewish comirtnlty, and former Minister Dr. Li Jewish • act with the central a it il i .nut :.) .,(i\ ise the Govern <• I problem* and administrative '• ions facing the Jewu i > wa.expected to meet pro* .1 mi the part ot the Govern ent and with *tn>n;: oppositi in >e part of Moslems. Jewish mmunity orgai ins in Morocco have !>o<'.-i limited hitherto to religii us, welfare and educal ctivities I: ; %  • n • • Horoccan Jewrj ..an in• f tl natioi h U -! ..-• into th %  trj M> re •han 250 delegates attei l< I the h it was n porti I asporl restrictions ha I %  .\ -. hut ;h •• ish families still met with difties m leaving the countn By Special Report PHILADELPHIA — Arnold Toyn bee -aid m a letter released this week that his recon: criticism of Zionist Israel actions "are not <' % %  rected a^ain>t the Jewand Judaism." He deplored *• :i il he said u I 'M' Zionism's ant Isra i's tion of historic Jew ish m iral *tandards He termed it "mischi t misreprest ntations" : equati .' daism ith Zionism an ; all .lew with Israeli actu • If new i rim< s wer comi agains Jews. 1 said [si be ; ; %  .' sidi %  • ahe tl i Jew s "were ben i massacre %  I i rmana These obsen al ,i letter to the Vn for Jud is Dr Toj ibee t i ally accept i invital to speak at the i :•.. il's 17th inn I %  • ference a 1 the Wan Phil id May 4 to 7 Harrj Snellenburg, Jr intown Pa national chairman, released the letter hi i He said that Dr Toynbee will ad dress the Council Saturday evening, Ma; 6. He will discuss "The Future <>: Judaism in Western Society." a subject Dr Toynbee introduced last summer in Issues magazine tublished by the c'>un cil In hi le'ter the hist ri in de dare i "th il I fin I rays I against everything that divides the human race and against every furm of wrongdoing or injustice committed by any section of the human race any other. I am therefore hundred percent against raciallism. imperialism, coi -.: priations, e v i etmr.s. n is\ Isra .i innot lie ndoned anj anj other ; • 'l me e els • Thi ; ire not justified b} the fai • thai %  rongs were • %  >\ uslj I me to Ji in Europe • \ Ar .itbut bj G r:"s the P vrabs I > pai 'el-, no di in the hist irie* of s I h e r %  tates bi I, as I -• i •%  p.e I historic Is ol fudaism In this pr Hi in irals the Isr • iinly not i r< >ei tativ* I wid J ish mm •• re 'han the Dutch h settlers in Africa are reDres til iti\ e I the D u t c h. I Ei ish-sp aking peo pies a> a whole "It is true that we all bear some responsibility for the wrong actions of our kinsmen or co religionists, especially if we jive them even a limited measure of support. All the s. m ^ £3' 9rave wror>q '• IN world-w.de Jewish communityy one were to identify it wirt and a grave wrong to Judai im u one were to identify it with z .sm. These would be msch.evo., misrepresentations." Hem.', he cur:: neither for nor i the British, the Ara manor ai j other ; II crime? against th be ( imraitted ., '•' ste !" >untry, I sh on -he .:. -| .or:.. ..th tral S are, a: tec wroi n, I shall be i n r i the thini I Toynbei I \• us do wrong fore lgm< nt. Wh own countrj .doing mj dutj at mj : et against I • r i his is n • British; il Is I ing The historian lett< i Thi> has been, and is towards my feliov :•,. In ng and dea lib. right and reasonable all i l can d i no othi '" ni 'f ir i ;••• i %  r< ar Hess f their be.:. Israeli Folk Dancing Class in Israeli foils dancing will e held Sunday evening. 8 to 10 p.m., a; Beth Torah Congregation Invited are young men and women between 18 and 29 years of age f 1 I I i t t f i t r t I I 4 t t t ( I f 4 t 1 s I t I t i i I i t i A Vacation Me—aft of Importance to Golfert WE MOVED YOUR COUNTRY CLUB TO SUN-BLESSED FLORIDA Cofr"u our Sumber One Attraction Everything you love about your own Country Club the relaxed geared-to-golf secluded atmosphere, lush' magnificent PRIVATE 18 hole courses just outsuie your window (GOLF IS FREE and limited to our guests. %  r i al golf companion? who share vour love of the same, a constant round of tournaments." practice ranees practice 'greens'... they're all here at Harder Hall the Golfer's First Resort and its sister golfing haven Pinecrest Lakes flub, an intimate Country Club paradise v 10 minutes away) -in the del.ghtfullv, different rg.lak.-ndge region of Florida... Our guests have I REE GOLF privileges on both courses. Our own great 'pro' staffs, headed by J,m and Joe Turnesa, Ben Roman and George Buck ... a wonderful c'tmate to make these two country dub retorts of midFlonda ideal not only for great golf but for suimming fishing, uatcr.sk;mg. tennis .. plus superlative cuisine, delightful entertainment, music and dancing and sensible American Plan Rates. REMEMBER. COLF IS NOT JUST NEARBY OR AVAILABLE. BUT RIGHT UNDERNEATH YOUR WINDOW r I t r i t JOIN THE EASTER GOLF PARADE March 26 April 10 LOW LOW EASTER FAMILY PLAN RATES • Special Treats Teener Tweener Programs • Counselor Superv.sion • Water Skiing • Sightseeing Tr.ps • Something for every member of the Family Make Easter A Family Golf Holiday Where Golf is the Greatest I I r I t HfflDBuwimsm* UMHM. riant* • i* tofti i r..,i lean ,m MM. HMM • Mae* be*, 0* Ana*, Tel: Evergreen 5-0151 Tel: Glendale 3-3181 ONLY 1*5 MILES FROM MIAMI, 90 MILES FROM TAMPA I f I t f t I I r Remember: the seal says "Kosher"atle n l" K0 H Sher f0r PaSSOVer": Ths .sour of the UN7ON o7n e pT^n W ant any ^understanding about the seal mta£l^2?2! JEW,SH CON GREGAT.ONS OF AMERICA S '"2 H R em ^ 00d labe,s H guarantees that these foods are K2! B u t he guarantee does not inc,ude pass ver K osher



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v March 24. 1961 vJmiffi ffcridiir Page 15-B GRAND UNION SUPERMARKETS wishes to extend PASSOVER GREETINGS to all our many friends and patrons to help you celebrate, we offer this special list of PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN., MARCH 26th AT AU .T.?_ U *. "?? R AND UNION SUPERMARKETS STORE: LISTED BELOW OPEN SUNDAYS 9 A M TO 7 P.M. • pi_M <.NGS VIUAGE SHOPPING CENTER jOO W 4? S H'AlEAH • CAROl CITY SMOPPINC CENTER 18000 N A 27 A.E • M S vs 27 ST CORAl WAV • %  > %  1 NW 37ih AVI (SHOPPING CENTER • 30.1 NOJ'HWEST 7K STREET FLORIDA, VALENCIA, JUICY 'ORANGES OR FLORIDA, PINK, JUICY 'GRAPEFRUIT DOZEN 39 LARGE. DIAMOND, IN SHELL WALNUTS 49 LB *tyC UNITED ALMOND, CHOCOLATE, COCONUT MACAROONS 189 GOLD'S RED OR WHITE Horseradish IMPORTED FROM ISRAEL Carmel Wine 4 oz. JAR FIFTH 19c $|-39 STRUT S, WANISCHIWITZ. HOROWITI MAROMmN, GOODY'S MUTIOS 5 LB. $0 BOX Mm 25 LB. 45 QUALITY MAID, SHIPPED 'GRADE A 'ALL WHITE LARGE EGOS DOZEN 39 WITH YOUR S5 OR MORE ORDER — PLEASE MOTHER'S, MANISCHEWITZ OR ROKEACH GEFILTE FISH • WHITE FISH & PIKE JAR g Jlr 1 • $ 1 4 5 ^ JAR REGULAR LB. JAR 2 LB. JAR 65c $1.25 WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE FOR PASSOVER INCLUDING • ELITE'S ISRAELI CANDIES • KOJEL • ROSENFELD KOSHER SOAP • MATZO MEAL • FARFEL • PECHTER'S CAKES • ROKEACH LINE OF KOSHER FOR PASSOVER FOODS • SABBATH AND YISKOR CANDLES



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Pcge 6-A rJenist fkridiar. Tr.dcy. March 24. l$i Revif z Named Chairman of Inaugural Dinner for Israel Bond Committee Here Trussing plans for the Israel Bar Mr.zvah and inaugural dinner are (left to rights Dr. Aaron Kahan. newly-appointed direc:rr c: the Israel Bond organization in Greater Miami; Maurice A. Hevite, who will serve as dinner chcirman; and Samuel Oritt. who served with Jack A. Cantor as aeneral chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee for two veers, and hew now been named state-wide chairman for Israel Eonds. Housing Debate To be Televised n. Jacob K Javits (R-N.Y > and live position, ha.lone supported a Sen. Strom Thurmond (D.-S.Car i national policy of non-segregation debate the question. "Should ir P r,va,f ; nri public housing, and All Federally-Assisted Housing be hi '~ '' l: h: f,r ;m administration gregated Site will be teleban o n any Federa > agency perstatii %  \V( KT. ch 7. on r,1 ,t n i: funds to be used on a p.m. Joint project where local or state T -_,„„ ,. officials attempt to segregate faThe rogram. originating in New cilities in whole or in part -: s part of NBC's series. "The
"Pp*.'r:t-r oj tht conservative Southern Javits taking the affirmaposition in civil rights. CommunityAvidt Israi I ; .>:' vi i ner wer laun< hi S inday night by tht Gr ati r Miai Isri mittee • tl th( appointment i: Maurict A n • s made at lor the Is %  Mr %  : r Laki : tevitj man of nitt I %  by Samui k \ antor ol till • • I Th< Mitzval dinni i take placi Ifc'i day evening May 17, at the F< n. tainbli au h( t I In accepting chairmanship of the dinner, Reviti pointed out that the event will be the occasion for a two-fold observance. It will be Miami's official celebration of Israel's Bar Mitivah year, and it will mark the official •nauguration of the new leadership of the Israel Bond committee. Friedland will be installed chairman the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee Cantor will be n.-'. ::. d a> chairman of (hi board 0 f governors and Oritl i State chairman | the Israel organize;.c r. PreaMM fi Temr> Menorah. Rt vita has | artieipated in nunieriuinity and civic ,.i th iti< Hi .. mi mb< r of B'nai R'nth. : | ..> Harbor Surfsi -i .• re he H & %  War 11. he at N';i • lospital in [y. family re > i d i His ctivi > %  p Mei :..attends Mi' Si hool, .ind • • %  Mi atti %  Hel r Chicaeo, he versitj of D'. Aaron Kahan, newly • appointed director of the Israel Bond organization of Greater Miami, was officially welcomed to his new post at the board of governors dinner Sunday night. He incicated that plans for the on the banquet table the most cherished whisky More people buy and enjoy the superior quality of Seagrams V .O. than acy other imported whisky. SEAGRAM'S IMPORTED r^-o...,,—^..— •*# •eeer 1 : Known by the company it keeps CANADIAN WHISKY-A BLCND Of BABr SCLFCTEP WHISKItS %  THIS WHISKY IS SIX YCAPS OLD • 86 6 Bar Mitivah dinner in May C tieipates participation of landing internationally no t i celebrities." 8 He expressed enthusiasm a t tki high i Jrttpcetf of the iucce,2 the cinnrr afT< ( dom r i D i, Frank chapter of B | •'{, Womei i I a) :.1 < ,.-..n rooj nos 1 ? lira KOSHER /S\ PASSOVER Uncer striel supervis v\ P Kabh Mersch Ko• Faov%r end year 'fltwndi L5 A *SEI 1 *UNBi M. .... ::•:?-" GET A FRESH NEW BOX for all your holiday Koshering and cooking seasoning. Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt is so pure and perfect in texture... i t is preferred and used in four out of five Jewish homes in New York. Also get a fresh new box of DIAMONO CRYSTAL WEATHER.PRUF SALT Per Kosher purity and free pouring" j^tit*. even in damp sticky weather, Diamond Crystal Weather-Prut Brand Salt S |i P ?J !" ,n more Jew sri home* than a" other brands combined' it is, in fact, the worlds purest table salt Oiamon*) Cryst* 1 Diamond Crystal Salt ( ompam,.



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L day March 24. 1961 fJeni§f fcri&ir Prr? 3-ft \dclf Counsel May Call Jews to Stand SRVATMH RAPS TV PLANS PAGE U : ITA>—Dr Robert Ser the Nazi i 1 I j •-'in the trial Refus to gh I .. i the Nazi I A -.'v eral Jews, wine of whom are in Ui I Rosen, UTMI'I Minister disclaimed knowledge ? vt 1 ** 1 ? 1 "" f Dr that Eichmann had re. f" e r d "J h to K • attornej luring th trial I '•' i n "> his ol Eichmann in • rewWAdei • :J1 during volving a pos [ •, ime, tor th,' del ndai Dr. Kau ;am to Jerui ... se for the Eiohm i \ Swiss J< • [ei jf Zurich, filed a district court against Ei< ima :•( covery ol sterling |Z",7to wh.h.r th. subject of |JJ %  Paid 0 e s role durino th. Hit" ,he JW 1.200 J -WS to —-escape to Switzerland in 1944 Mr ,:nsr,^dd,r, rt9 t h..nt.rro 9 .. .^^ ^ ( () ^ f ^ ** amount against which the Germans iIs irere reported t<> permitted th> Chuck the receiving line will Bird, of Miami fcr.WWs-J Mil TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN 'The Sign of Good Housekeeping/' COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK CALL F R 7-1411 • reafer Miami's Larg.if Ixt.-m'aafoC Complefe and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITL€ & Qktract Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN OAOE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE trail T %  A copy of the legal pap.rs, in which the 62-year-old Mandel seeks a declaratory judgment against the Gestapo colonel, was filed with the Attorney General's office and the case was expected to be heard in Haifa next week. 1; was disclosed meanwhile that the three judges who will hear the • %  -' will n n -.: m Vpr 13, the day set aside as Memorial Daj for the i the Nazi holocaust The Mlical prores for tearing They I to sit d 9 a.m. to •:d from 3 p :n t > •> a m. will i ,n on I iys id none Saturdays an i Sun la) The Hebrew langu ige proceedings will be simuj II e tusl) transited into German for the iefense 'he minutes will be recorded in Hebrew The trial will be recorded in its entiret) on tape and simultaneous translations also will be made in English and French for the correspondentof the foreign press and other communications media. If you like CHEESE 1KREPLACH .CHEESE; Ravioli IN SAUCE Title Insurance Policies ef Kemei City Title Insurance C. Cmmitml, Surplus t teierves f.ceee* $5,000,000 Just heat 'n'eat! He \t fami ; cheer 'or t it realH •>'— ty famed %  J >dar littlem lies...! Had with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real It il ian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only about 15c per serving! 124 SECURITY TRUST BUIIDINC end 136 N.L FUST STRICT TIUPMONI FRaekl"' 54432 RENT A CAR from $2 SO per day |I5 pr wk i hega ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. MSI W FIAGLER ST Ph. FR 3-6765 ll ;r>, Nol • C)ld.'si and logesf' pade Federal oA. *,,.s ,-rt [oiN AsiOi IATION ol MIAMI % • M Hf'O* Puitril ''""^ffS^^ TO ALL GREETINGS Groceries — Western Meat Vegetables Sea Food KOI I IV VIIII 4.IMM III* 3023 Biscayn. Blvd. Miami, Florida Phone FR 7-2729 STAR PASTRY SHOPS 1677 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH 1075 9 5th STREET, BAY HARBOR ISLAND Largest Selection of Traditional Passover Cakes, Cookies and All Pesach Baked Products STAR PASTRY SHOP'S NAME PROTECTS YOU WITH THE FINEST PESACH INGREDIENTS PLEASE PLACE YOUR ORDER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE FREE DELIVERY MIAMI and MIAMI BEACH TELEPHONE JE 8-7530 UN 5-0004 THE ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE OF GREATER MIAMI Invites you to attend the traditional THIRD SEDER SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1961 at 6:00 P.M. HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU MIAMI BEACH STRICTLY KOSHER PASSOVER DINNER CELEBRATING BAR MITZVAH OF MEDINAT ISRAEL 40th ANNIVERSARY HISTADRUT, ISRAEL CHAIRMAN RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO ~ .£ 5 NAi %  .". GUEST SPEAKER MR. LOUIS SEGA. \.-. -•-.-.%  PAMi %  % %  %  PAGEANT SAlUTf rO (TA0SU1 %  %  • •/ %  %  SESERVA' 9NS Phone JEfferson B-3037 Mr. Treadwell is fishing for Gefilte But jroii and I know the place to catch Mother s light, luscious All Whitehall D. Lux. Gefilte Fish la at your favorite supermarket. Fish for the right brand— Mother's. .You'll enjoy Mother's "Old-fashioned" (traditional) gefilte fish. too. KOSHER roe eAssovce < RMMI Mother's ALL WHITEFISH DELUXE GEFILTE FISH From the Sootiest K.tch,n. at Mother". Food ere.. Inc.. Newer* S, H. I Freei Getiite f


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Friday. March 24. 1961 +JmtsJ> fh rid for Paqe 7-B ***' -^ ^*L ~:m\-"f, | jm's fine foods and candies for Passover! Passover favorites Cocoanut maca-oons, 15 cz. box JW C Choco' s, 15 oz. box 9.9 C Chocolate dp macc-oc-s, 13 cz. box H9 C Chocolate cove-eel matzchs, 6cz. box !fft c needs from ttorouitz-Martfareten Plain matzohs, 5 lb. pkg. 2.2."> Whole wheat matzchs, 12 oz. pkg. $9* Egg matzohs, 12 cz. pkg. (ift c Matzch meal, 1 lb. box f."i c streets from Israel Heritage choco'ates, 1 'b. box 2.2.* .* orted fruil drops, 1 ib. tin .0 C Chocc'cie twin, ba r s, 15 oz. 1J&5 Oocc'ate sinq'e bars, 7 oz. .0 C famous fruit favorite* Assorted marmalades, 14 oz. tray .#* Assorted fruit tarts, 14 oz. tin 70 c Cashew crunch, 14 oz. tin i.19 Chocolate pecan crunch, 14 oz. box 1.29 FINE CANDIES, FIRST FLOOR MIAMI FINE FOODS, FOURTH FLOOR. MIAMI ^ lustrous damask Passover cloths in a choice of 4 sizes! .>.?)?> • Not one size, but four! 64x84", 70" round, 70x90", 64x104" cloths, each ."t.99. 13x18" napkins to match, each #0'". Not one color, but five! Pastel pink, gold, turquoise, ivory and snowy white. Lustrous rayon threads woven into a handsome floral design on durable, washable cotton damask, so holiday-festive! UNENS, FOURTH FLOOR MIAMI; THIRD FLOOR, FORT LAUDERDALE



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T March 24. 1961 IM#P nnriHIii^r, Pcce 15-A Ben-Gurion Party Renewing Effort to Avoid New Elections IVJTA : %  i I • '.: %  m ek of ei pvice to creat< iti • \. id new -< n< i. n I .if lo ti-c i •'. %  tion by Ihe Progress \. i National Ri Mai al proposal for a lion headed bj Fi ster Levi Eshkol with i !>t (ense Minister, in • form, this idea contained thai after a few Mr Ben Curion would re '•• %  %  : -:> Even after that ='cv. s .cr w s dropped by Mapai lha c cgresiva re ected th propesad, as d-d the Nations Re .91OUS party. Tr* only remaining possibility was e Socia's! ccaiiticn of Ma. pai, Maparr ani Acndot Avodah. However, the two !e*t. w ipg par. ties warned almos* frcm the start o' Ihe negotiations, which began soon after Ben-Gurion resigned last Jan. 31, that they would not sarve under him as Prime Minister. Ministry Exec Visits State Dep't. S'GTON — (JTA) — Haim n 11< r general ol The 1reifZl Ministry, accompanied sador Avraham Harman. a c< urtesj t all on 1 Assistant s< cretary %  %  • Nei r E istem Affairs H ay ba< k , cialisl coaliti 1 Bilk to set a dati for the 1 |< tion passed a firsi reading in the Knesset, Israel'; Parliament, and plant. gar for ai I< ctioi probably in August, which prom s< .. %  be a b i! t r om Ont if ;he 1. (• rs spun r.f Ma • Bvoi ..: 1 1 • F that was %  %  e, as a report of i secret ; ... F I %  • • \u:i %  \ %  '. .. : %  %  • .-....• .. •. IS I K J ^"l 1 Chap, e L f H ^ d S Lan ^ er Louis Goldmen, Ken Roson. George sch recently held a the home of Mrs. David Lillian. Rebeccc Weinstein, Samuel Frommer Sv\?S. nC J Ude l i]eh ,% righ,) MesdGmes Not sh wn are Mesdames A. F. Adams. Harry CJAI S€I aker Bernard iCrarnarsky. Charles May. Albert Goodstein. Macksymilian FeldGo.dstem. Hyman Ponn, Max Schenck. Sidney stein, and Louis Cohen. Swedish Nazis in Court for Anti-Semitism STOCKHOLM JTA Twentyyearold Robert Naeslund. Stock.-< rrescntativc oi the Swedish 1 • %  party, Sweden's lar est -up. and party leader Assar • redssi. wt re on trial here en 1 "> %  •"%  1 sc mitisnft %  • %  .-;.., USI d Of S %  J< ?h pei ph in ai neel • last year Whik (.'((. son's address at ;hc r;.c:al p\-!< r> The accused ricfciidsame meeting was not considered 1 themselves with the s:a:ement as a cas< lor prosecution, he wast hat the) hated the Zionist movecharged in the posting of anti-ment but col Jews AFTER THE SEDER ...ail through the holidays and the whole year through ENJOY NEW AROMA ROAST SANKA COFFEE ,...i whole new blend of the world's est 1 iffees. Y u • ve this rich -. Sanka. Still 1 free. INSTANT OR REGULAR new the val te of 1 %  •'"•• n. & does MANISCHE\> I NISI HF.W |TZ Gefilte Fish is a %  ( the finest oi generous amount • n, fn sh, wh< e '• est and most carefully selected sea • And M WlscilKW 11 / adds individual care and attention to 1 paration .u.d ooking of every serving. Eta ause, .v ; a 10 often proved, it's that extra "pinch 1 f 1 1 all the difference ... a difference you ta.tc every ; serve MANISCHEWITZ Gefilte Fish, •• i.'uulii, and Frtshutit •/ oil Iff fcrfrarfnr ffrW wft art Guaranttti. 1 ih.Plka Hiu, 1 Uil ; Regular {Gnn J.uitiy, Jelled ^KrJ Laiat) MANISCHEWITZ BIIIG Passover Gefilte Fish GHQlEiEJ IM B. uAMSCHiwrn oa • NEWARK 2. N. J.



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Page 12-A +Jmi*tnvrkti(*r) Friday. March 24. 1361 1 • %  •! ..;.H.l ( i|.M,fHt!Pkl"' S ,* Your CJA Leaders: 1961 MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY HARRY DIAMOND and HENRY GILBERT: No 33 in a Series. Two CJA chairmen who have been selected for recognition this week possess the kind of leadership quali' %  HARRY DIAMOND ties that can be found in any successful fund raising campaign or business enterprise. The attributes of initiative, dynamism, and .-alesnianship are some ol the factors which make Harry Diamond and Henry Gilbert stand out in the current CJA campaign As co-chairmen of the Insurance Division, they have functioned smoothly and organized th(..' volunteers w< 11 They were directly responsible for substantial results in their division. In fact, al a recent rep rt meeting they announced that the work oi the Insurance Division was nearly 80 cenl completed. with 1961 pledgerunning about -5 •>. rcenl betu i than last y< ar Harrj D ami nd has 11 i ed the CJA li surance Division sim %  : membership from yeai year, and infi ers w.th much ol his spirit and drive, He is a m< of Beth David Congregation and i> active in professional and trad* associations. Henry Gilbert was CJA chairman of the North Miami Division in 1957 and 1958. before swinging over to the insurance group He is a member of Congregation Yehudal) French Film Will be Seen THE WEEK... IS I SEE II Continued frorr P 4-A Zionists one bit, who indeed consider the peace corps a test for the persuasive r?w"efs of the movement to coerce youngsters into contributing to the dishoi rtion of the peace con s t igbest purposi • Perhaps, then, tne assumpti m was wrong Perl i after all. the Jews t hai le !• otherwise. IN rh ips • |j the substance of '• issue i •• i r M h.< h Jews and Catholics divide. For in their peace corps suggestions, the Jews emharrass Mr Kennedy as urely as do the Catholics who insist on parochial school riders to the federal aid to education bill. This is sad :oi inc Pr< si ent's New Frontier," of which 1 am thus far an only mildly disappoint i nthusiast It especialb sad for the spiritual int< grit> ol Zionism, of which l am an ai kinsman. HtNRV GILBERT Moshe, sen ing on the hoard ni dire< tors, and laki i interest in civic, social and activith In Diamond and Gilbert, CJA has two vigorous leaders who believe in setting the pace Furthermore, through their devoteii efforts, they have forcefully manifested that there exists a paramount responsibility of a businessman to h;s own community, to its institutions. and to CJA. Rabbi Iwitman to Officiate Rabbi Nathan Zvvitman will conduct services at 6:15 p.m.. precedine the annual community I'as I over Seder of Tifereth Israel Congregation. 65(iO No. Miami ave.. ion Friday evening. Mar 31. Cantor Al Shaft, assisted by Mrs. Pauline Querido. will lead the children's choir. The French film. The Crucible." Used otythe p lay by Arthur Mil' ler. will be shown at Temple Beth 1 Sholom on Wednesday evening. Mar. 29. as part of the Temples adult studies program. The film features Simone Signoret and Yves Montand. with F.ngIsh dialogue, and an introduction by Jean Paul Sartre. The sponsoring group is the %  world affairs committee of the Sisterhood and Brotherhood and the adult studies committe'e of the board of education. Mr~ Alfred M Mamlot is chairman, and serving with her are Mr and Mrs David Drucker. president of Brotherhood and vice president ol Sisterhood respectively; lira Harvej E. Kramer, president ot Sisterhood; and Mrs. David Muskiit. Of the board of education. The program starts at 9 p m and is open to the general public. iiiereth Israel Sisterhood Nomination of now officers and a membership fashion show will be included in Tifereth Israel Sisterhood's meeting Monday evening at the Center. 6500 N Miami ave. Will Goldmann Live in Israel? Continued from Page 1-A ference of Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. Dr Goldmann said he -aw good chances for settling the question of the Jewish Agency chairmanship in New York by either rotation of. the po^t or by having only an acting chairman with himself 1 as chairman. He expressed the 1 hope that former Premier Moshe Sharett would accept the chairmanship in Jerusalem or that he would at least continue as top coordinator and presiding member of the Agency executive. The world Zionist leader


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Page 12-B fJewistfkr/rcfUr Friday, March % %  ) Retired Rabbi Off on Mission Kabbi Herman M. Cohen, rabbi emeritus Of Temple (if Aaron (\>n gregatioif St. PaurrMirm.. has nVPn appointed by Charles Rosengarlen, president of the World Council ol Synagogues, 10 represent the organization in varums communities throughout the world Rabbi Cohen will leave Miami on Apr. !. accompanied by his and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Steuer as traveling companions. They will visit Spain, Switzerland. Greece, Turkey, Israel, Pak istan, India, Thailand, Hong Ron.. •lapan. Hawaii and Mexico. The president of the World Council of Synagogues has communicated wilh Icadeis in all these communities to meet with Rabbi Col-en for discussion of Conservative Judaism. H3 wiil also conduct services in seme of the cities on the itinerary. The World Council ol Synagogues •.iformal!) organized in 19">9. • ith the I United Synagogue ol America as its sponsoring i> idj It alread) has affiliations in some 13 countries, where there is u ovement to follow the program ol Conservative Judaism. Thes< countries include Israel, with congregations in Jerusalem and Haifa Rabbi Cohen resides at ltilu 7ls' s1 Miami Beach, since 1955 He ha> occupied pulpits as visiting rabbi m many ol the Consen ath e %  tngregations ol Greater Miami, as well as in other southern communities, I i • Dade Federal Slates Speaker Hade Federal Savings speaker's reau \wll present Margaret \ Vfason in a "Viewing ol Portraits Lai s." with an art ap eciation travelogue, at Edison 1 enter Community Room on Tues• >'i 10 a in Admission is tree i servaton onh> .-• Lighting the candles as Temple Menorah teen-rgers start their United Synaaoaue Youth weekend last Friday i rle WesIon. More than 65 younasters participated in the three-day festivities, which encompassed an energetic proaram cf prayei play, dancinc. singing, seminars and fun. Watchina Merle are (left to right! Mark Slavin. Marilyn Beiman and Charles Lindenbaum. Youth advisor was Mrs. Robert B! Florida Derby At Jai-Alai Alex and Aldecoa retained their i Jai Vlai Pala !ead in the Diamond Doubles Stakes Tropicale Si n the it the Dania Jai-Alai Palace alter evening. four of the eight game series, but four teams are right on the edge •i contention for playofl spoti. Tied for second and third in the "Kentucky Derby ol JaiAlai ire I'rcola-Reto and Laca-Ignacio In the fourth and tilth spotare Echave-Echj and Vergara-Carea The tour top teams alter eight games will split into pairings for two semi-final partido matches of 15 points each, with 'he winners me< ting in a 20 point partido [gnacio is running close to the lead in the Diamond Doubles Stakes Monday. Mar. 27. will be a special "Florida Derby Match*' .. the Special El Al Flight Takes Off By Special Report \TU YORK V' El \! Isi 1 \ leing T(i: long r dubbed Ihe "Sheraton-T %  Vvn Special." departed last week \v York's International Airpon v ai i \ ••.. Sheraton Officials an I othei dignitaries I i thi %  the Sheraton-Tel \vi< comp inj s first h l< linental I •;'• I S TliAmei • Robert \, h i left for Israel to insti %  -. | : |i: \n i •-. Culture 1 the Hel The i %  hour, \, York %  %  r< v. : ne stop • An It was first flights l Ihe i iraifn n V A Word Of Cation To The Jewish Community Of Greater Miami personally have Iren in any of the eligic %  • Gi dre s |rn P'y • re and di ,he %  %  ••. %  %  ask you I or. I.t owing state .... You • % %  D uld always sacrifice your all for your lll f ire 'hat an educational d.rector must be • I You also know very well that the many duties related to educational directorships require full-time attention. A person who assumes classroom teaching duties 1 addit.on to adm nistrative, and sometimes even secretarial duties is generally unqualified and is unable to do justice to all me dut.es concerned No principal worthy of the name would accept a combination position of this sort. We regret o add that the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami will not stand idly by when such threats are hanging o> er Jewish education We urge you to look carefully into this vital matter for the sake of your children. For additional information, write to the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami 1838 Bay Road, Miami Beach 39, Florida > is a paid advertisement submitted by th.* HEBREW TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI, WHICH IS AFFILIATED WITH THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF HEBREW TEACHERS AND PRINCIPALS OF AMERICA. Werner Klemperer in Samuel Bischofi and David Dict.iond's "Operation Eichmann," nowplaying at the Olympia, Gables. Beach and Shores Theatres. Klemperer. noted character actor anJ son r{ the world renowned conductor, Otto Klemperer. plays the notorious Nazi charged with the murder cf >x million Jews and now under arrest in Israel, where his trial begins in April. STRUT'S A MEMORABLE SUMMER FOR YOUR YOUNGSTERS Camp Lakeside Fcr Boys and Girls Norton Segal Jerry Nude I man Winter Address 44 5 W 3rd St Miami, Florida Grade "A" NC Bd o' Health On Beautiful Lake Oseeola Hendersonville, N. C. 1 Arts, Cr< | d Progt •ng • Water Skiing • Phone FR 4-1380 PASSOVE CHOCO CAK BAKING P I ErtrlorsPd by T r '~ l; RABBI AARON SOLOVEICH-K and RABBI ICHAIM BlALiK STRESS The Worlds Finest MATZOS EGG MATZOS MATZO MEAL, Women's Corps Tag Day ual Tag Daj ol I pa t the Canci i im will be Mon I Anticipating I • ized by their I Monii j ( rj furthering th< • i irch progran i Entertainers are Schedule! k Cartir and F at the d %  bj the Bi • Jewish Nati i ic Chi ldn ;• -n at the !lea i • i Mrs Hi in chai e of arra Mrs. Belsky in Charge Mrs S Belsk; for %  l tf 0 0 M 0.0*^0 0 0&#W$ f) % "HELD OVER'. 8th SMASH WEEK! ^ 1 IHE KITE CLUB SENSATION OF THE YEAR! J >C\1GJT 5 t oj of the SEVILLE HOTEL ~ OCEAN AT 29th St., K* STARRING JACK DE LEON TERRY HAVEN GENE AlXfK JERRY NEWBY •*#NNf JONES *.LINDA LAVI I % %  l>E< FRANK JE I'/jil ASK FOR BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC. 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rv.dcv March 24. 1961 + Jmitfi FkredSann Pcce J5-C LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF AREHOUSEVAN'S SALE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai Chapter M* of \-, : i • tali .1 119411. War. %  ..mi OVarehi !: %  KCE-R.l VAN LINES IXI • • %  .- en I ts pol %  rn • %  At • %  ir %  in. Pi my), %  %  •" > W isi i %  in t. d. r a!< and that on ih. \, • : %  ••.: dui Ina •'•• malnl) • •a•. n !:• It th. • i i \ A Mth Av< nu< M F li r• %  %  %  %  d nhall off< :h. hi*h. >i b ddei for caah In -i. -1 .%  • ., v %  I • %  %  iThi ,. • su • r : ... !•!. t.iai.. • '.' laml PI. Mai R.1 VAN LINES r ifwtyCIl" BY HENRY LEONARD %  NOT.CE UNDER %  CTiTlOUS NAVE LAW HEREBY GIVEN nod dcalrlna to • n:.ii.. • • Ul lei I li f tltioUfl n.tnu S -• i -*?-\TESSEN HI \ : • rd Street, Sort* Miami % %  • •: •. n glt< i -:.. l TI.I •". %  • k %  f the "ir.-.nt i I int> Florida. l.LilRIA DIN. WIT/ MILDRED • ; %  iLDRERG N \ FRIEDMAN 17-24 --E CCLNTY JLDGES C OURT \ 'ST f"R D*DE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE \r S5C31 C NOTICE TO CRED'TORB r=r-| \ Vi\ Qi IJLM-1 a p LEGAL NOTICE V. "And Sam, darling, for Passover, don't forget .. bring home a carton of matzos, matzo meal, chopped nuts, and a big box of bicarb ..." cor "•' L<. I >YS V 6th Street v • • >>"KAMON'D R' \! TV ,\ HJ5N1 • Pia. Corp.) •• 0 NOTICE UNDER r CTITIOUS *A*E LAW \ %  IS HEREBY ;;\ i N thai ii. .1 .1. • M .:,. i %  r R II.NJ.JKAI Hi h • th Miami • n.i to ri %  i „ of Mil I'll I VRRY U • \ ; HARM M.' Ti'll %  i ; i :. i wit> i: en KNCE ? % %  '. I M I. RHn I • \\ l M '.I..-TK!: \ i IAN I I V|ll'. II Itir.l.S.r..! K IANN1.X • %  iii in • >ad< a-ltl i ereul • l • u iii 1 FRANfEJr MARII McKINN • i\ \!.l:i/1 T M Ri %  •; HENB1 R \'. • • '. %  %  I %  : : t %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL C'RCL T IN AND FOR DADE COLNTV. FLORIDA N CHANCERY NO 60C '220C fX I! > Yl.tXi .• %  : %  • %  RAY M RI %  • ICE TC t Pf-£iR I %  I %  %  II %  v I %  I • • • I N \\ %  • ; %  %  South. Rani I I I •"•• i' I • TOl' ARE '.: '•.'• RED I file other • 1 %  %  i •• •'.. BIU of nt filed I ....... •., %  (• %  %  %  • DATED 1 *th d •' l II %  i \ rilBRMAN • •, • .ol. Coont> B) N \ HEWETT 1 'r|"JI> I % %  s f..: N %  • I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW is HEX vi r OH : %  .• %  %  t to i pr I • % %  : :; M: • : N M r 11 ri MARY I Bl IRS a ROTH .u LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE UNDER r '-.' T OUS NAVE Li. 1 ....... %  %  %  L NDEfi r : > NAVE LAW TIO PATES O TH CT CI •-•E C N C S*R CTCFLOB D* MIA 1 D'V S ON C v I Com • c %  *•• NC '0. ; fP. •. |Lj*oi, -?.-;2. C.4C3. ic -:0.401 0.49 '0.4C7. 10. 408. 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Page B-B fJenist fhrkton \ Friday, Ma rch 24. Ijj, 'PRINCE OF BAR.TONES' HERE SUNDAY ^^L^ZXVu^ 0 i-*—-" •" 8 uesl Sevitik, conducting on aa?.SSonS !" ?^ rches,ra Fabi n and Dade County Auditorium! evenuigs "' Miami *•<* Nabucco." by Verdi Jh • ma or oJh^J ^ D, *" Guid "-" taGminor.b, VassilyKaUmjJkott 0rche ,r,U work Symphony No. i & dJcuSn""•',wL^in? tJoJn 10 ^ pr miere '""~ ol Seville" Overture opea ^' he has ***** each hvar !" le „ Brfcham Yo'u iff *£ %  |* direction o( hi s wm^moratingthefoundmgome^City^ofoVde,!. mUaiC drama GfffGOff PIATIGORSKY 9 TOP PERFORMERS NEXT SEASON Rubinstein Serkin p- on the concen stage today head > Sr hsVof !" '''' 0 ',' hr ,op nam appear next fall during the [, f l '" | ues "''"'-who will **•• anniversar, seasoT, SSfc '^"V, Symphon, Orchestras sive year as conductor enetttt" ^'' e nter hl > ">'r evenin s < M '-"' Beach ^re^^ "j %  *•* Ing "triple 3S.it" .2fS£ S"..^ h Vers are —' %  fwntri Rubinstein is guel,,'' „: !" Ia> / 1^1 romantic with th. L'M Symphony will be Ms tut? \ l2 His •* %  ** H' credits include more .han 50 n r „' pt rforn,in h last in 1952. 01. million dollars annually P record '"-*Mch earn upwards cent£j! Mr.l^Slj^SjSff^^ Virtuo f 20th %  ''<' The Caech-born art! "wa f M SP*""? tocall, on Apr n*titute. and also helped found the iarhS I"^ ber ; the Cu ,Dj ?*"* %  %  ""<• -*B .,n „£ri2 : *;>'* Music dur The seasons second concert Nw i: 5 *i years fourth retur. engagement X the?ri ?"*" Gngor Vl u '~ or Pianist; and ChristiaTF a .rr. l ,n a MarUv ""'""< %  : "2 """ reminds subscribe?^"tit rX' U '"' n Th LM S.vn• %  %  %  T.-i.-Pho n e I f„ rma ^,: n h r !j; j ;;^ !" < •• — <:•.,,, 4rt/ RUBINSWN CHAMBER MUS.C SER.ES SCORES AGA.N Taxpayers Renew Planning Body Miami Beach Taxpayers Assn has reactivated its citj planning committee with Paul L Hexter as chairman, and held its first meet ing last week Sub-committee named were Norman Oilier, urban renewal: Hen Sine, rnarins; Henry E Coleman lie Bartholomew report: Jerome' G Greene, pa, 3 course: ami MitcheU l.nwn Pelicin Island Th.problem„i the golf courses the need f„ r recreational t, cilities will be inv, b Ben Battle Subjeci of revenues will be handled bj Jacob C Lefkowin other committee members are Abelow. Ma.-,,,, .. Sarokin. ned Geismar, Col Milton it Hum. Harold Greenfield. Adrian hal .lack Wagner George Hech ter. Eugene .1 Weiss, and Wdbam Free Haggadah Available By Special Report NEW VORK-"Haggadah Pass, over Seder Service" i s the title of a rree Haggadah being distributed bj the maker, of Maxwell House co "e to assist families in the observance of Passover beginning on Friday Mar 31. The Haggadah i, available bj requesl at your super market or store % % %  ££&? :,; h •;;';:;;; s&^sasj r • %  -— ^ n,,,, L*. -"" of the curren. -ea !" P P f a n NnV'," "" U aS ;h M %  K .,:.ow I I/k> who form a perfec en' na?i' S** l" 11 WoHlUS '^'" Webern, Debussj and Beethoven T£ t P'-^'On.t.S by Bach. 1 ;"•'-"--. .he beai ensembles of this sort TH "' ; doubl ,akl : 's technique colorful tone, power 1 art,s,s have dex ";•'•'' '"'"" searching 2nr iE?£?i'ke ,h l """-^ "Stuecke. op. 7. 1910 XresEri nmt, n "' P "' 1 *'" '" w bern, g p and subtle displ.y 0l Stafi tt' W "" h ~ N 3 demonstrited impecc.bl. playina „ 1' ,, "^ ( m,,, r nata "" ;'|.l.-.ely fitting the m^2£!^U't a Z 8tiC ^ C0mpMi Once again, accolades to th TFriends ol •cESif ,.'' > "' -"•' rK ''' or ^rmest, most appreciative and m ,,, f t ''i ""S" "* 0 ar '-' -— •"-or any other nearby p.*."-* —-^ .-di.no. ,„ fc ^c^^^ W AGNE R AND BEETHOVE. PROVE SUCCEF UL 5^*2^-1^ f&'i^ttfit^S^^ '•;%  play IU "5 **! SArt-" 1 "" ^r-olo^:^ M wowwks hl MWW a, -"-> tor a second time "' "o,un, • The orchestra : ? IW Journ, v fr,, "Go.tt.r. '" bodtad tone, and iU Vtnl ,v in L I f* 1 ?!, 1 ? f r bi '"^K cto No 2 in B flat m.jo7S #£,S£rSf W h Bt -">—c4 W-•••"> beautiful melod.c bne anJ ub l" 1^, C h nC ^ S 8 ^ -""" perfectly played by the orchestra^ •" 1 "' *" ''''"alely and and judg.ng by his facia, exxjres", n J f^'n' 0 ntU f j muMc -as a performer should be ,0la y Wrappod U P '" del^r '"rh^n^Sab^ld.c^ "-"" -P of tenderness were brought to th^lr f, LI r""'. 6 KayH> and "'"odi !" wXh^wVr f^T,h^ or T: —• "— MlUUL For an encore, the VSOMZ^^LIZ^^S* orth ^"al IromMous.sorR.sk, s opera. •Bor, s olnlouno *• P n; M TO m DAY WMamw rf owir YIDDISH-AMERICAN Vaudeville Show At/Vf OM out j.acr IN PERSON BYRON TINA J'NGINC SINStriOM WIUIE COOPER COMWr JT4R "ONSCHACNTER-CTEISTIW *." SCREEN SECOND MOTHER* E* Salxman Mar 50c-Eve iron CARIB I MIAMI I MIRACLE HI YT 3J TODAY M Feu* Tketittet A panorama of wondrous dazzling entertainment TO MAKE THE SCREEN(^p ^ WITH EXCrTEMENT! Jjj P IffMfffff^rrf^^ssr MAYFAIR SUNSET SURF Open 6 45 M.AMl l> • -. Open I 4J 1 >***'tsK-u£eS -—.*? SACADEMY AWAKDS\ *•"" TaTH TV4C HAPTtrSTMCET5^ %  s'tmiK.B Of PMACUS S8 ^ \\fMUNAMaiCOUM ^>| AatxsDftssM UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA IGOR CORIN, Baritone Sunday MM ?. M B Aud I 30 P M Mondjy M„ 27 Djj. Ad 8 30 P M FABIEN SEVITZKY CONDUCTOR H.OH I.OI.IN SOLOIST • n a Popular Protjr.m %  I 'S Jl 50 io 1.1 SO U v OH WO I 4960. V B A u d It %  Co ry Aud Hi 6 FR 3 5123 An.con H HE STARTLING STORY THI TRIAL WIU NEVER REVEAL! 0PEKATI0.V \mi\m\ i\ Ni Si .A STATE THEATRES WED. OLYMPIA BEACH "*"• GABLES and SHORES



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Fnday March 24. 1961 Jwisti fhirHi tr Page 5-B KOSHER -PAREVE BORSCHT... YOU HAVE NEVER TASTED ANYTHING BETTER • Kosher For PASSOVER Under Strict Supervision Rcfcbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever, Director of the ORTHODOX VAAD HAXASHRUTH OF FLORIDA Adoiph Popowitz, Washgiach SEASHORE Kosher Pickles Tomatoes Horse Radish Russell Schav Deluxe Mix Peppers IN YOUR FAVORITE FOOD STORE i ••-'. e HJ lor a : -g reMur. .• ooid Borscht -


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Fjidoy March 24. 1961 ....... ., TALES OF MORALS There it a story told of a man %  :•'(. %  dattghteM Each -., as pouetted 0/ ml incltnotii >•.. %  %  1.... •: u u add* •: d t) 11 alinj %  : • A i. ,.• L.-\ and thi %  -. mug and -...>:.:' 7 ':i their ili.. ,r f •• %  rdgi which add %  tf of thi • %  1. .A 1 c •. :1 ... •„• %  .. ..• .' %  c\ I 1 11 : %  : • .A. ... •ii•..%  %  •• :!<:•'. I • I tl 1 Ul 1 I steal T %  .(. 1. 1 d leilJi J'1 •'•.• : ?: i • < %  r •., :•:•.: ':< dupll> i •'. .. thereby 1 %  „ II 'ivf < I K. n T :: -. „•;,: -, 11 < '-it d*> —> thi daughters \ %  ... %  %  •:•• %  .1 ••;.:.--: • -i.r m :-.i:htppint u tht firsl tu'i --:>.., %  : •..•..,:.•. and |< %  a: < > bltl fh< :•.;',: reA • 1 father you u'< TOM I I %  .ST-, n:< ofj 10 <"".< ffldfl v .tfdther-inAaw n-.„i.,-, •,;-:, tie MORA] Di • lojini -^ •••;., !. %  • ><• •'...• ..' I4T< .; I 1 %  ii I .. .. -:. ..'JHi fo f> FkridShr? Pcae 11-C V?M OZc 9?c./„, O/ JWl rami 5 r^cllcjiciis >over ."Cert :h< arrival of this exalted holiday.*' in Ex 12. 22 23. Most s U Us thi childn r, of Israel in Egypt .:. ;.'•. name of Cod. "And ye shall *;.M hyssop, and dip it in the Moo:, that :s in thi basin and trike the lintel and the two sideposts with the blood that is in the basin, ar.d none of you shall go out of the door of his house until morn int For th( Lord will pass through to smite the Egyptians, and when He seeth the blood upon the lintel and on the two side-posts, the Ixird .^ c r v i c c s %J h i J L\. c e h c n a formation to be included in the Re ecus Services column rrus' re in The News Rcor^i of The .f .• sh Flcridian not later than, Fr day, a.m., preceding the week c' cublication. Ail relesse? rece \ed after that tirr.e ^. ce re'Lrned as prccf of the r ateness. GtDTH ISRAEL. *SC" Ciriyie ava Ort-cr.- c acr iaac Evr• '.. >' %  V % % %  %  % %  *NS"-E £VES. Ccnif,,t.va. P! et ct-t. ^n;^ SW -9t" ivf Maxwell Si'berrr.a-.. BET>DAN D 262! SW 3-d avf Con. e-v.i^ .< RaDE N.-rman Shapirc Cantor A %  A L rson. %  %  • .1 11 .1 Mltzval Ira. > M-> %  I, %  • > Milxval i Mr anl Mi M I .•-'„> BETH EL. 5C SW 17th |v(. OrthedO* Rabbi Soiomcn Schiff. Si rn i Thi m Sal in I.. i ; %  ..• Sabbath RABEI MAURICE KLEIN lev* Jewish home BETH EMETH. 122^; *.'W 2nd |Vt Conarrvative. Rabbi David W. Her•on. Canter Hyman Fin. I j Srrmoti "!'h i ii. .t' • ii. s. • 'I'h. Harblnki r '. i Good BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralrlc ave. Or thodoi Rabbi H. LOUI* Rottman Sat irdaj •• : .. m Sirmon "Weeklj p. pi Howard Rleni nf< Id, Di \ lit will rissov' %  i" II n Sean ii n :'..r LtnvrD." ~ rdaj • a.m I •" Mltz> %  St-vi-n, %  il \i and M139 NW 3rd ave Sapero. president. sp <• himself, not an angel, nor a messenger who smote the tir'^N 'ETF CHAIM. 1544 decay of < and indifference—the destroyer With it. Judaism wasn,r. e ton ave orthodox. Rabbi %  has always been able to defend itself against the onslaughts of an out-! Abraham suassteid. side hostlli ui T'C Bui whir, decaj enters (hi portals ol the Jewi.-h CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. GEMS OF WISDOM Cl "J r''C r.:rjhi; >^ ugh 11 •: ..-: -• rha-Shu K ibbah, \\ %  .. %  %  .:, fit COM his (>od u 'uu'i Dehanm Rabbah. :. 16 Hi.. • ISTUI i li^i sand' A 11 :h< • %  d'ggesl J pit data 111 ihe 1 %  •• i' fmdesi il filUd up .1 ti II :, lth I •"-< I Pesikta Bubcr. 1J9 Thi U tholl 'i'l hurdfn thy hfjr: against th) poor brother If you do not gin :. him m die end" von ittll •iu-. 1 .'. recetl r in him. S;tr< on Deuteronomy, lln wocd. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. R;t-d Samuel Lerer. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Cha ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromslt Cantor Oavlo Conviser. v v "• i> 111 Si rmi How 1 • % %  • M la 1 M. ..'.-• a 1, 4 pichi Vtralnul Pharaoh In the TAventleth %  '• 1 r; Saturdaj ., .. Rai Mltsvah Oarj. on nf Mr, and Mr Htiward H M1II.1 BETH TF'LAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Ratbi Joseph E Rackovsky BETH TORAH -64th st. and NE 11th ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirachen baum p v in s. rmoi ''You Hav< More than >n> C %  : %  • 1 1 1 '• ""• Baa M tavi %  da '• f Mi .imi Mr'i. • %  r..: Saturdaj • I Bar .M • 1 %  '' x '" %  •" MrMill I Li %  %  lai i "on ol Mr an i Mi> >):•: ) Pnllai '<:V Qai f Mr and Mm r ti homt I 1 .away at the vitals of our fa.th. 8T55 SVN 'ft* St.. Miami Rabbi Samuel April. Canter Gershon Levin. ... -. n: rh< \ -0 lut) •. %  ; %  : thi %  Ir-.u Pi tl iturda • a ni to 1 Mluval tit. son of Mr a\ 1 MM % %  1 By tABB' SAMUEL J. FOX • WTIJ* •$ tfte e-icn a*a rrttnirg of fha txprtssion Nibcl Peh? ? fCUl • Levit icus ;,.... %  %  efers ti ascivi..-:k emarkf In \ ^peecl In the oj ioi ade .%  ..> acts but als kf • Why .f it cu**0rrary to blow the S"cfar e-i Friday **femoon before Hie Sabbath begins in cities in l$rae.? r — ~-. td in coopt -.. ? %  Da' Hcrron row Ri--. Da^ d Hc:a -..,: M Ral Schiff • .. the Shofar for \hiseusl Tali: I Sukkah 53 R The onginal •:.'• %  wa u blow six thru oi thin-; wen :u announce to tru community that it was time to cease any form of labor The next three were blown to divide the Holy Sabbath from the •secular week It being tht ease as far back as the Biblical days, "hat any important announcement was made via the blast of th Shofar. the tradition of blowing tht Shofar to announce the coming of the Sabbath is simply practice:! in Babylonia However it was discontinued later on because of the fact tha; Jews found themselves in cities which were predom.nantiy settled by non-Jews; where;,.ir. Israel there are predominantly Jewish cities DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 14C1 NW 183rd at. Conier\at ve Rabti Max Zucker. Cantor Emanue' Mande'. Si-rmcn ): %  %  ii,. • %  1, %  Sattirda' • %  %  %  • %  • .1. • PLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st r 1 Conservative Canter Fred Bernstcn >• 1 rVrnioi ... Mll/v > • — • HE ERFv. AC ADEN 918 Sth at. Orthodox Ratt A \araer G-ess. Hll'.caB>ca-QaiM 'F^'-'SM CON GREOATCN. '150 W 68th st.. Hiatati • LYWOOO 'EVPLE SlNAi 1801 Johnson : Ctervativa. R a 1 Ta. ,Bhac re Canter Yehuoah He ibrai ISRAEL TE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Consarvativa. Rat-i" Mcitcr Ma'avsKv CantoLows Cohen • %  KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox Rabbi Davd Lehrfield Canter Abranam Seit • i-i -. eat S ath • — MiAVl HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. I--Ida ; p.ni Saturdaj 11. "Important Pas ver Lawa." SOUTHWEST CENTER 643S SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein r"i'ii..\ in s, 1 moil "The (7reai Sabbal -n 1 Mat1< Hlaton %  R Shaboal h,-is Mr and Mra Charles tCaterman In onor "f new datsghtor Sal irda.. '" m. Why is it traditionally required for every Jew to review the biblical portion of the week twice reading from the biblical Hebrew text .nd once r.^djn, I "tJ-^AOY^Y^U^ I from the Aramaic translation? K'i s % % %  < Rcrmon: "Th, March to 1 TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence • — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 170t Washinflton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine. Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. — • TEMPLE ISRKLI 137 11R 1?th St. Re'crm. Rabo Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornatein. s. 1111..11 .1, %  • In thi w %  \ 1 >nti nni.-il Tribute K. 1 ; M • W. Oraff TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Palermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morris SKop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb c, ,;.,, |5 p m s. moo 1Man Ev %  Tr u Mturda> |; Mluval Br 1 mn ol Mr and Mra. I OKI 1 h Mi •. 1MI..H "Thi Sabbath .... -,• rda> )"• .1 "i Rai •A Blt< r, win -f Mi md Mra %  TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 1Mb ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wa'lach. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 5 F ,-%  noo Way. Conservative. RahBl Lep "M". in -. rmon 11 • •:.'! %  .,. \\ U' ... • %  • • -EVPLE 2AMOR. 44 Zamcra '• %  ^ t -trrvative. RabMi B. Leon Hurw tz. %  rI M topli .l-.-i-l „ the Civil Wai Sal 1,1 Mlta> ah Sti |ihi .1 %  •'* • 1 Mrs vbraham K — • TfriE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred WaxmaCantor Jacob Goldtarb. s.i %  11 rta> • : n Rai M laval 1 na! % %  < rl Mrs Conrad Kahn • TiFFRETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Cantor Albert Giant* -' %  %  %  • 1 I epaiing ... pa MM 1 %  > ini 1 Shabbai hontai Mr and Mrs Ja-K Ri rki In hon m tin ild Pavld to Mis* Suaan Llbbj Hi siaturd %  • .1 "i Bi rmon: "Thi 1 ~ l.hth Rai Mlti> .'i 1 % %  •' • %  -"" "' Mi ,,.,,: \iillornard Qerat YEHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwv. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmeti. Cantor Morris Bergsr. I ,i |.|5 ,, ... s.Tin..11 "Clrhmann a s;.-1 r.i.n I 1 in Bar Mltn in Ricky, n of Mr BIIII MrAdolph I-Y. Idel —•— VOUNO ISRAEL. 880 N 171st at. Orthcfix. RaoM aharwha Staubae. 1 .v^-, n >i ,-, mnili a die Some claim that it is representa reading of the synagogue there is the reader who reads and the congregation who listens, pina translator who would originally read aloud the Aramaic translation. Others claim that this was done so that every Jew would become proficient in the knowledge of the Scriptures iLebushi. rn Sat.iril;>> C r<;it dictionary born, known afterwards as Ben Yehuda .dictionary. Twentv six years after the death of Ben Yehuda, the State of Israel arost and Hebrew became the languagt of h country. The dream of Ben Yehuda was realized (Published by Bnt Ivnt Olan-.it) TEMPLE BETh A'/,. *90 N. Kendall dr., a Mian-,. ReTorm Raebi Heroert Baumoard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Fri 'ax i IS p • Sermofj; "sihali Jews Heed Ihe Ca ol RHh Oraham-?" Baturda) %  Bar Mltavah: Michael, • Ml B>ll Mrs Sam Stark; Jud, eon of Mi and Mrs Barva) Manns. a — TEMPLE BETH EL OF MOLLV WOOD 1S51 S. 14 avs. Reform Rabbi San-uel Jafte. — • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Molly jsnuuMiiiiimr" I i: lilTO ^ CANDUUGHTING Jim 7 Niscm — 6:19 pjn. % 



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Fcce 4-B *jff% /<^ fkj-kOon Friday. Match 2', [o ; 1 t I h h s r b o 8 il a. bi A w Off Ei T H : be an fore, that post : augii; of or. M pract his c; lost rr r / We the Women MERYLE WOMAN OF THE WEEK %  %  vvcomi r in our midst is Meryle S N. S <>f Bah 1 th< -; 11< i Rebbctzin, >lc met her h isl .. i T roi to She f< • %  %  .mi aw.Mejyle was 1 %  %  She becemi ,, i eat il iracters !h.it bee S lines to rea I Poetrj is a favor ite with her She likes contemporary ..:•' and v one time, sh< i or design. still vital!) int< resti d in it Ever} nci :-. • she goes bowlii \fter they moved to Miami. Men e tecision to mak Shi is very i atriotic. and did not want to lose her Canadian citizenshio. However, Rabbi convinced her that the whole family should be living under one flay The day that she took her American citizenship oath was one (! the most memorable in her life, and she pets all starry-eyed when she sees the American flap—now her flag. A creamy white complexion and black, black hair are a combination ;iat never misses. Add grace, dignity and understanding, ar.;! you have the picture of the newcomer in oar midst who will soon be an integral part of the commumtv. ANNIVERSARY WALTZ No one knew that it was Joseph and Elsie Stein's anniversary when they answered their invitation to a dinner dance at West view Country Club. But they knew it the minute they reached the entrance to the cocktail lounge. On easels on either side of the entrance were huge blown-up pictures of the Steins' wedding taken 40 years ago. Elsie was in a pink and red gown carrying out the ruby anniversary theme. Their children. Mr. ami Mrs. Lewis Gorfine and Mr. and Mrs Marshal Stem helped them greet their many friends. West view never looked lovelier. Great masses of red and pink flowers with tall pink taper*, in silver candlelabras decorated the round tables A mammoth wedding cake in pink and red added the final festive touch to a wonderful evening. A DOUBLE CELEBRATION Henry and Ada Green's cocktail party started off with a bang. The guests came early and stayed late, all 175 of them. It was to celebrate their 30th anniversary, and Henry's sixty-and-one birthday Mel and Rosemary Green and Larry — the baby who is now taller than Henry — wi n at the door with their parents. Spring flowers were everywhere, blending with the new color decor (f their home. Ada's yellow chiffon dress matched too. A guitar -inc. entertainer put everyone in a gay mood. Ada felt that it was her anniversary the next day. too. She were the corsage that she had forgotten to take out of the refrigerator the night before. DOING THE TOWN The Albert Pollaks and their houseguests, the Harry Karls. were the center of attraction in the lobby of the Eden Roc hotel. The two ut men were complete foils tor each other. Phyllis, with her dark hair. s in white lace; while Mrs Kari. Debbie Reynolds, with her fair hair, was in a pastel-sequined sheath. From dinner at the Eden Roc. they went on to the show at the Fontainebleau. where again the girls were the center of attraction. CALIFORNIA HERE WE COME Jot and Vicki Friedman hav< told their fr. nds are moving I thi West Coast, .lee goes first, of course. Then Vicki Angi les to see thi land Hack she omes to pick i ;• and finalize the moving jjlans. jrn VICKI %  with, their son's cultural life All wi yeai Id Josh had been I eninf Petei the v\ his record player noon Josh, 1 er and hi%  • nt to thi \.i erica All three loVi ;. minute Vicki %  b and playpen. she gets ; Lot Angi ei .-.ho know: that good. HATS HATS HATS i at Theta Sigma Phi's "Date with the Press" lunch l asl year's community headliners, Mrs Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers The. > %  %  ear's hati ever Mrs • very unusual in e; while Mrs %  '• ••• v with a tailored bow MrS cfa : SVeintraub in a • with a perky bow, Mrs. Wolfie r in a n tin beehivi %  saroi Farr had oi •• butt • it. Mrs. 1 '•' MrHar Id Sp %  [tractive hal that ma Jacqueline Cocht of the day. said the %  ghl ^o unnotii K ill %  hi adline. There's a hi Rcndell, Ehrlich Exchange Vows • E hch and M irvin %  l tabbi n •he home i biade"s otbjjr. hr followed thi c n Th. new Mrs !., hter ol Mr-. Adolph \ ich, 1671 SW 16 si an I the late Adolph Ehrlich. formerly ol atti nded Miami Senior ;. and n mber i : B'nai B'I th Si l> a ri in the M e Co t| Mr K) NVl -• %  t'r.ivi s .... %  } N'ass; .' %  JWV Auxiliary Dinner Ji wish War Veteri In Auxiliary. Post 677. will hold a donor dinner in thi 1 %  auville hotel's Casanova room on Saturday. 7:30 p.m Mrs. Dorothj Ritter man bj rex r\a'.i>r> h.,i: %  Rabbi Klein Scheduled Rabbi Maurice Klein a> to conduct a Seder workshop seminar with film strip for Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood on Thursday evening. TRAVELING! 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