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Jewish. Floridlian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY %  — Number 14 Miami, Florida, Friday, April 7, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20' hmann Trial to Open on Tuesday Moroccan Jews leased from Prison \er Three Months l.w \—(JTA)—Some 30 Moroccan Jews, most of them %  been released from Moroccan prisons where they had boon |r!> I iree months, it was reported here this week. •lease was ordered, after several intercessions by Interior Bekkai. Those released constituted a majority oi "" &f the Jews arrested during the ami Jewish events which followed the visit to Monx i lent Nas ser of the United Arab Republic. AT£ ADOlf EICHMANN ... in his heyday Defense Will Aim Hard Against Israeli Jurisdiction; Fliers Served Subpoenas JERUSALEM—(JTA —Is %  ties Tuesday annoi the completion ot all pre:'. Apr 11 ol the E i trial here The building in which th ill be held and it M around the building have I ed off by police. Aspi il |nlne detail, separated from the unit rding the courtroom area, will guard Eichmann. set Out; Election .KV JTA) — By a ci 14 the Knesset voted dissolve itself and for of general elections on a new Government to one toppled by Prime >uv.i Ben-Gunon when Jan 31. il that the elections be 11 was voted down on would occur during the mourning between the IUZ and Tisha B'Av. The s.) defeated a bid for 1 election date. ind Hw National Relimaittrid a majority IS date to move th* it far as possible from trial," on the assumpthe trial of Naii Adolf would be over by that >f Israel's parties had earlier election date 15 on grounds of econolor.ey and energy and to incumbency of the carerernrnent. Speakers for ntinued on Page 7 A The Jews st ; ll held in prison are those arrested on charges of being involved in a "Zionist" network. They are scheduled to appear in court on charges of offenses against the internal and external security of the state. Czech Embassy to Offer Report on Nazi's Crimes Chief Rabbi Saul Danan. of Morocco, issued an appeal to Moroccan Jewry to observe Passover this year simply and without pomp or rejoicing, a.an expression of cim ,p,i e d by the mourning over the recent death of Covernment and WASHINGTON — An eye witness BCCI unl of the depredations and cruelties against Jews, ordered during World War II by Nu. SS Col. Adolt Eichmann, has been Czechoslovakia^ furnished to Isthe late King Mohammed V The Chief Rabbi said the .-< ity of Passover should be marked by meditation, rather than by rejoicing. He particularly cited certain rowdy customs observed on the evening of "mimouna." a traditional Moroccan celebration that falls this year in the Passover period 80,000 TOOK PAR! IN MURDER PAGE 8-A Pacovsky's testimony shows that Eichmann personally ordered the establishment of a large ghetto in Tereiin, in October, 1941. Between 1941 and 194S, Pacovsky declared, 152.000 Jewish men, women and children passed through the Tereiin camp. Of the total, he asserted, 87,000 were sent to extermination chambers at Auschwitz, Treblinka and Maidanek, while more than 34,000 died at Tereiin. "At the end of the war," Pacovsky declared, "a mere 3,300 were alive at Terexin." raeli authorities, the Czech EmbasMHT here announced this week. The report, disseminated by the Czech Embassy, compnes testimony by a Czech sanitation engineer. Josef Pacovsky. who was interred for three and a halt years at the concentration camp of Terezin. north of Prague. An n as to the li h will be taki lawy r Dr Robert was si en h >re in his [two Isra lis to ippear ..lefense %  on Apr Tohar. i V .1 Lind., Umond Jr., of Virginia, has been by the Jewish War Veterans ol the U.S.A to review the charter issued by Virginia that would "legalise" the so-called "American Naii Party," headed by George Lincoln Rockwell, of Arlington. Va. National executive director Joseph F. Barr. of the Jewish War Veterans, In a letter to Gov. Almond, asked that the Virginia state Corporation Commission "review the charter in terms of the history, conduct, and avowed purposes of the 'party' to which it was Issued." lie expressed confidence that Virginia would not hesitate to revoke the charter "upon judgment of the] fact" In the view of the Jewish veterans' organization, "the State of Virginia, in licensing a Nazi movement after the death of so many thousands of American youth in the defeat of this ideology, has undertaken a step which cannot but help be broadcast around the world as supporting the extremist position ." The veterans thought "such a serious step" should be considered by Virginia's executive and legislative authorities. Referring to Virginia as "the cradle of the nation's liberty," the Continued on Page 6-A JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Traditional Jewish burial will be given to the skeletons of Jewish martyrs discovered in caves where they died nearly 1.800 years ago while fighting the Romans under Bar Kochba. ir. th.' last futile revolt against th.' Roman conquerorif Palestine. Prime Minister David Ben-Gun. HI announced this wi The Prime Minister made his an Inouncemeni after Inspecting tl i sitts whore the skeletons were covered, in the Judean hills Mr, Ben-Gurion visited four sites where archaeological teams are now at m ir the direct! v gael v.i lin, ol the Hebn I tj The dggirgs have shed newlight on the revolt led by Bar Kochba during the period 132-135 of ire Common Era, according to scientists with the exposition. Among the remains are skeletons of children as well as the skeletal remains of adults, showing that Continued on Page S-A si



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Page 2-A -JenistitUrk&tr Friday. April 7. 1361 Brandeis Club To Hear Dean A discussion on the sociological, cultural and political progress in recent times will feature the second in a series of lectures given by the Brandeis University Club of Greater Miami at the Rubaiyat room of ihe Algiers hotel on Thursday evening. Apr. 13. Melvin A Glasser. ol Brandeis University, dean of university resources and a visiting professor at its Florence Heller School for Advanced Studies and Social Welfare. \MI1 be guest >peaker. Title of Inaddress i> "Pespective on Progress." Dean Glasser was appointed to the staff and faculty of the university in December, 1*60, and prior to his appointment was executive vice president of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. During his eight years with the foundation, he served as adminisiiative director of the nationwide Jews Block Indemnification Criticism ttrree-and-a half VIENNA-^JTA.-A move to alMinisters on mdemnmcaum. totor a peroid of lav the Criticism voiced by JewishlNaxi victims in Austria will take >earv> and 600 0 SChJWng, ,., ,*,. organizations against the Austrian place on Sunday This conleu-nti. sons_who could not complete their Government lor delaying legal.. *"*£flXeTfOttattoraI taB tta b0 cal, P l,f <'•' l-^cu. tion on pavment of indemnification curve victimWM made here by may t the Social Committee of the Auspresent a reasonable offer.> uou .... liuvn,.-,,, "•""• %  -•"% %  -•; "_ b ,. M „ Dned lt Ausria will not tion of their parents or themselves. to Nazi Victims was made here bv may bj WJL^J^ Claimants falling into more -han one category, according to the bill Payments under the Austrian bill, would not be eligible fur more than would include SSO schillings ($13.YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 S.ilk poliomvelitis vaccine field trial, assisted the government of Argentina in organizing to combat the severest epidemic in that nation's history, and directed the studies which led to the organization's expanded activities in medical research and care in arthritis and iiirth defects. Dr. Glasser's lecture is the second in a series of three to be sponsored by the Brandeis University Club of Greater Miami this season Fust lecture featured Dr Abram L Sachar. president of Brandeis Universit) Dr Stanley Frehling will be chairman RENT A CAR from $2 SO pr d*y $15 per wk ti mileage cherts AfiOTT MOTORS, Inc. 14S1 W FLAGIE8 St Ph. FR 3-6765 trian Parliament in approving a bill that would provide at least a token indemnity payment to the surviving victims, including those who were forced to flee Austria during the Nazi regime. However, the bill was approved With .the stipulation that it would enter' into force only if the West German Government signed an agreement to contribute to the cost of indemnification. The Austrian Government is reportedl) seeking a contribution of $500.(>OU.OOO from the Bonn Government. Negotiations on West German contribution to Austrian indemnification have already begun between the two countries and will be continued this month when Austrian Foreign Minister Bruno Kreisky visits West German Foreign Minister Heinrich von Brentano at a vacation resort in southern Germany. The Bonn Government has not yet committed itself on any specific sum. The Austrian claim on West Germany is based on the fact that the Hitler regime was responsible for the deaths and persecution of hundreds of thousands of Austrian citizens. i in Jerusalem. Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Jewish Claims Conference, indicated today that the conference between the Austrian and West German Foreign one payment 5(i) for each month of incarcera-; tion; 6.000 schillings ($230,751 to each Jew who was made to wear] •he Star of David insignia for at least six months; 10.000 schillings ($484.65 to persons whose earning capacity w as reduced 50 percent SWARMING ^flafc MORTGAGES $500,000 Private Monty CHAS. 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Friday. April 7, 19£?1 ••Jenisfi fkriofiar Page 3>A Weksler OK'd by Gables Commissioner; Declares He is 'Independent Candidate' Hospital hospitality almost makes the pain disappear for Henny Youngman at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Pretty Nurse Jewell Reese injects some vitamins into the comedian after his tour of the hospital, shown under construction in the oackground. Youngman is assistinq Cedars of Lebanon in its occl fund-raislnq campaign. The S4.500.000 hospital will treat pie of all faiths with a non-profit policy, when it opens in ihe Metropolitan Medical Center on Oct. 1. Cedars of Lebanon Plans Non-Sectarian Contemplation Room for New Hospital JtSStL JO LEAD BOARD ftU PACE 8 A Bernard B. Weksler. candidate for Coral Gables Ci:y Commission in' the election Tuesday. u J a< endorsed this week by Jim Hess, present city commissioner. In coming out tor Weksler. Hess said that "he possesses all the attributes and qualities that I like in a city commissioner. He is capable, knows the problems ot our city, is honest, sincere and a man of great integrity."' Mess added that "the candidate, a 39-year-old attorney accountant, knows how to plan for the future development of Coral Cables, is a firm believer in strict zoning enforcement, and is strongly opposed to high rise buildings in residential and apartment areas." Other reasons cited by Hess for supporting Weksler are "his civic and community activities such as preventing the Granada Golf Course give-away, the exposing of tax free-loading of hosP tals and other properties, the eliminating of discriminatory and unequal fees and charges on the public golf courses, the creating of the Coral Gables Recreational Advisory Board, and the spearheading of the citizens' fight to reinstate Tax Assessor Thomas C. Blount." Hess declared "Weksler is a fine example ol an unselfish, public spirited and civic minded individual.^ Other Wek>ler supporters meanwhile pointed out that he feels the "consequence of high rise dwellings in residential and apartment areas would mean a highly urbanized. crowded community with big city honky tonk" atmosphere." It was noted that Weksler "strongly supports the adoption of a strong conflict of interest provision in the city charter prohibiting any city commissioner, appointed official, or city employee, from financially benefiting directly or indirectly from any transaction, contract or matter involving Coral Gables." Weksler declared Wednesday that "i am the independent candidate who believes in standing up for what is right, and in the best interests "t the entire commumtv. I am not and will never be a puppet controlled by hellish outside interests. I urge a return to good clean, honest, decent cit\ govern ment." Panic Among Algerian Jews A '"ontemplation Room tor prayer and meditation has been • to the interior plans in the :,.v Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital.' :iniz to Samuel T Sapiro. ent ol the hospital. "At a %  lard of directors meeting. board voted in tavor ot a nmichapel, which will be Friends of Hebrew University, and : i for patients and visitors." stated. beautiful, but not lavish," explained Sapiro, "so that every available dollar can make the patient as comfortable as possible." The $4,500,000 hospital will open Oct. 1 in the Metropolitan Medical Center. Active in Israel B'nds. American president of Community Utilities Corporation. Sapiro this week explained his taking on the added •:-.. r plans lor religious obserresponsibilitj ,.t being president ot an inder consideration by Cedars of Lebanon: • tal board, Sapiro report. .1 ..:>\ is -'riving to a~ oi Lebanon '< very oml 'i • and conv< mence ;:.: -; iritt ally." C*cars of Lebanon will be • I have always tieen inu re-;d In medicine because ol its importance to societj Sine* I'mnotadoclor. thiwas tiie onlj waj I knew help furthi r th i he -. aVtbiWkeal ]3I Hone Owo#J Home Opemted 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 \ CftLL F R 7-1411 •reefer Waal's Large* Ixtermlaatof Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITL€ s. Qkttact Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Thie Insurance Policies af Koasas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Swralus t Reserves ficeeo$5,000,000 PARIS—(JTAi—Panic among Algerian Jews was reported here this week to be rising as more details were made known of a savage terrorist attack in a small AJgenan town in which live .lews were killed and 20 were wounded The attack took place in a cafe in Sebdou. where a Jewish fa mil) was celebrating a wedding An eightman terrorist unit attacked the celebrants. While lour ol the terrorists blocked the cafe exits, the others threw grenades and opened automatic rifle lire on the merry makers Former French Premier Edgar Faure, now visiting Israel as a guest of the government, told *he Jewish Telegraphic Agency this week that the best way to safeguard the French Jewish minority in an independent Algeria would be through partition of the North African country, but that it appeared to be "too late" now for such a solution. 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Face 4-A +Jenist FkrM&r Fridav. Anril 7 ^Jewish Floridian — A DON TAFT soft. OFFICE and PLANT — 120 MX Sixth Street Telephone FR 346C3 Teletype Commun 1 Miami T'.VX MM 39E FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Ei.tor • % %  • %  %  *Se n :>. S" —.i Pfit.-e 8.-:..ate, .•.:.. ;t Nw -. s,>nJ E -. -. i >. % %  *•-:• ... as 1 fcy IE0 see it MINDLIN SUBSCRP-ON RATES: O t ?* TOWII LPO" c f3-.*It XEI. BUREAU Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tei A\.v. Israel RAY U BINDER -..e .-? Number 14 Friday. Ami! 7 1961 :: Nison ; Adolf Eichmann Before the Bar of Justice -'•" %  ister C avid :•;.-.Parlian : hmanu ; rured : c ~ %  ic Israel %  worid le of a lee 5 foi c %¡ [Euro] ..ustice because there can be no suitc bl( enttofithis crime. Exactly what the world has beer, waiting ::: .= hard to say. On the or.e band there are the curious who find h difficull to believe that the rr.ar. Eichmann .s not just figment of Jewish imagination. Not ell of these ere dupes, who have succumbed to the cr.ti-Serr.r.ic canard thai the six million figure should be adjusted •o a more "realistic" one or two million — that Jewish spokesmen are responsible for a vast mot against the German people via their unbelievable tales of Nazi horror. Many of these are honest. God-fearing men end women, whose sensibilities stroin against •he acceptance of Third Reich history as it was written. On the other hand, for a startled and expectant world, there axe the outraged intellectual proponents of justice m the abstract who see in the Eichmann trial an Israel that has violated" international law on several counts. end that is therefore as guilty of crimes in the name of retribution as the notorious prisoner now before the bar. &f THE VIGIL AGAINST INHUMANITY Mostly, we suspect, the world will look on dispassionately during the course of the trial. fully accepting the principle that the bad man clways gets his just punishment. For these. •.-ere will be little concern about Israeli jurisc.ction or guestions of ex-post facto. The time has arrived. Adolf Eichmann must now account for his actions and. if found guilty, pcy for them. But as the trial's opening approaches Tuesccy, other considerations become increasingly eppcrent. Will the curious, the disbelieving, end the dispassionate respond to the terrifying races of history for which this Nazi and his prototypes were responsible? will they be reawakened to the brutality and the inhumenity? Will they, above all, determine that international conscience should emerae victorious from the ashes of Jewish suffering under the Hitlerian heel, dedicated to cm e'terr.c: vigil against the recurrence of such brutality end inhumanity? Certainly, the State of Isrcel hopes so. For is ^upon this possibility that Isrcel has cammed her ccoc name as a law-abiding democratic people. It is upon this, end net the hope tor ret.-.but C n. that Israel is oroceedi-.a the tried of Adolf Dchmann. w THE RELUCTANCE TO CAPTURE HIM 1: the world :s many things showing many ^actions to me E.:r.rr.=:.r. trial il .s above ell tense. Wild rumor* Qua weak of the capture see! :-!enge!e in South America bv a anil of -sraeli rommar.dcs emphasizes the tens.on. To: as anauished as Adolf Eichmann h m%  efl are me many Nazis in hiding .-:e Me-ae.e who feer both the ncture end the extern of ichmana %  testimony. It is. in this regard.'entirely ronceivable that he may turn against m and flush them out of hidina in a' final Wccr.er.cn flourish of Goenerdcmmerur.a. But more than hi henchmen, who shudder Eichmann won't want to tcke the rco a'l zy himeeb*. there ere the Western powers themse.ves erstwhile enemies of the N-.1 -net may re ra.ied to account d '.'.rut • theii role by omiaaic rhtei of s ->-' Q? Indications ere that Ace ma:.-, knows much about il and thai he .mends ..-.a some uncomfortable light on 1 during the course : efense. spoken %  during the week ST*! I amconvir... of purple. T crates reflect,, tion as religion city*i moraine .' %  indeed, a< ea But his mile; and fastidioti-rr Mr T. IS90 Where matters of faith a:. • oomei to the fore If his i^-paper sen ins the needs 1 IJn .. at lai to me that Mr Taft'., zea 1 -_ in the proselytizer'a vein i> sun 1 .ill of whose readers spiritual affairA ca-< ; %  k .i re Mr Taft attempted tome gats tempered a\ before Jud \ p< r. effort M euj • The Court Will Come to Order! All in all. beyond the curious, the disbelieving, and the dispassionate, sufficient reason exists to speculate that few ever really wanted Dchmann to come to triaL That he slipped through Allied hands several times at the conclusion of World War II. that the West German Republic made no effort to apprehend him. that the Nazi power structure in Argentina and other countries sought to protect him both before and after his capture, that he would never be brought to trial without Israeli persistence — all these are symptoms of the reluctance w.th which the high and the mighty will begin to follow the proceedings come Tuesdcy. INOCULATION OR FURTHER INFECTION In a very real sense, then, the trial of Adolf E.chmann is a Pandora's box. Israel and, indeed, most of the Jewish people, want me box opened. They went the world to be confronted by its nature and it* extent. Thev hope that the shock of recognition will be' sharp enough to institute safeguards against future genocide. But Israel end the Jewish people gambled mere tr.cn their good name in the capture of Eicnmann the spiriting c: him from Argent na anc the launching of legal action c him m cn Israeli court of icw. They gambled I the virulence of the Pandora's box would inocuicte and net further ..-.feet. Against the latter poaaibiliry --.ere can be no safeguard. Wittingly or ur.'v. y those rcuntea on Adolf E. .. s s .ce today mr.-ue the (rank anti-Semite and the outraqed 1 tellectual determined to see Israel pay tot her attract crime against abstract intomational u!d me Pi n hma nn disclosures infect rather than inoculate, or do both equal v U me renxs of the sympathizers will 'crew.' Tr..s js the g.-ectest gamble of all (fee tr.ci thai oeq.ns in Jerusalem on Tuesday "h :s c gamble 'net Israel was obligated to I the name of the six m.Uion Jewish dead Perhaps nceed. Israel reckoned it cs no -eel gamble at ell. for those predisposed lo the eisease of cnti-Semm m may be expecte succumb at one time or another. the broodma *; man cihren tu himsed As one c: urtold thousanas •:• •:-: %  A BLAST Of COLS Alt Al THt PUUIT PAS'ER Hi LE %  : • t sets f on I believe — who d< and truo ir. ;. D the Gospi be condi This excerpt froni Mark 16 14-161 ia the lubstancc of thi message in Mr Tai: viea a-<: as 1 say I am in whotebeari • with hit amplification. It 1the final and irrevocable ., the brotherhood boys 11 waves .1 threatening if presumahh r fist at tbe heathen and unbeliever In r.<> uncertain manr.tr road to "irtterfaith understanding'' which, m these term.ai sibihty Above all. it should be a rush of cold a.r at the c\< r army of rabbis who can not blast off from the hunching padpulpits save by the effronu r> ..' Christian parallels But if Mr. Taft has successfully put Easter into prop*r ptr.for us — the kind that places the holiday somewhat apart benign bunny egg-hunting side — he fails m his larcer intent the columnist -Whether this vital passage of Scripture car. • -r be read again in Dade county public >chools may hmge or. at takes place in Circuit Judge J Fritz Gordons courtroom r.ev, morning." rw mnuonjuns mm n UPON as ^ME QUESTION, of course, is whether this or any other should ever be read there in the first instance The la concerned about that but not those inspired by the real of their I Mr Taft. clearly, is among them For him. no such question M propriety exists; for bim. it seems a matter of favoring eantinuai enough religious observances to let the students know that (). %  j-onsider rebgion an important part of our way of life Obviously, the missionary's bent is at work here, oblivio serious problem revolving around the legahtv of COBSC* IU practices in the schools One may, n this regard, well wonder Mr Taft means by -religion." For here, the issue of '-MO* observance becomes a central one whether, as an exam; -man reading of the Bible in Dade county classrooms sable, or even possible. Mr. Taft s implicit defense of what he calls -our wav of • the ultimate argument against proponents of Bible-reatiin'g ai an religious practices in the schools. Tner. -. be no such thing, inherent in the process is sectarianism of an elemental order. If the columrust deplores the fact that th. he quotes from the Gospel acconiing to Mark mav not be read county frchooh -Mould the current suit rule against it, uh,b.Jmean by favoring continuation of enough religionbeyond this passage for the non-Christian m the intimidating voice of lome of the ill pr What can lie who hears it read n me u imidai D.de count> teachers I have met :r. my day' Some of the., men espe< m n in whose ,. Xt r : : %  %  weakness in intellect an 0 of things as elemental as the three F v. ond it Hive psychic upheaval for Staffnt oclusticbingefortaai •:• •:• TMf ftlONY DOUBLY COMPOUNDID QOES HE HOLD no regard r those who. bv virtue of tl 01 another fail polite!) bul firmlj reject the pnn, 1 the Gospel and are not baptize %  ai captive audience fo. | Vr J*[ that M k motivated I .•': 1 -"' %  '•">r.:e his spiritual convict! t ihat the majority frequent %  : .ncidentall>.„i>pm %  •n hat tn, separatKin of church and state doctrUv bably, the truth also Vfil to understand why others. .( his .. i be. h pro1 ho .r thia IVP ;, 10 fa an) if, T aft ventures an opinion with i'nt litigation, hnwevor n^.^v, .... \ : .•_ Climr '.,; w T" ventures an opinion with However much we mav L\.t !. v J • •' %  opinion in inch;..,i,-•>. o ..i.•__.!.. _i t~u right 1 he expresses bis opinion in tatttheft. to be n herignon must pta 1 wnaS



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Friday. April 7. 1961 +Jewisi} Meridian Page 5-A First Desalination Plant Under Way EIL.4T — (-JTA) — The cornersione was Laid here this vyeek at this southern tip of Israel for the (ountr%'s first water desalination plant which will consist of four units each capable of producing 60.000 gallons of sweet water daily. The plant will be completed bet ore the end of this vear. Attending the ceremony were President Beo-Zvi; Development Minister Mordechai Bentov; David Karr, pre>idont of the Fairbanks Whitney Corporation of Chicago, which i> building the units; Dr Ah xander Zarchln, of Tel Aviv, Russian-born inventor of the pro(.'••; i rank Barry, I'nited States l'nder*ecretar> of the Interior; and Carlton Skinner, treasurer of FairL>;nkWhitney Corporation. Barry, whose presence indicated the interest of the U.S. Government in the process, said th United States felt that the Zarehin process, miflht solve irrigation preolems of arid regions in the United Stales. Skinner disclosed that a contract had been reached for a Zarehin plant with 3,000,000 gallons daily capacity for the United States Navy. The plant in Israel is being established jointly by the Israel Government and the American corporation, the Government holding 60 percent of shares in the plant. and the corporation. 40 percent. The price of water produced through the Zarehin process will initially be just under SI.00 per thousand gallons, which compares with SI.75 per thousand gallons. the next lowest price by any other process Mr. Karr told the gathering that his company expected the price to come down to 40 cents per thousand gallons within a few years. The plant will produce 250,000 gallons daily when completed. Mr Karr also reported that agreement had been reached on an agreement under which the American firm would produce desalination plants for the American herui sphere and Israel will make them for Europe. Africa and Asia. Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Bodrov also was present at the ceremony and had a long talk with the Russian-born inventor, who has several of his inventions, including some for manganese production, registered in Russia. The interest of the Soviets in the process was indicated by the fact that while other members of the diplomatic corps arrived at Eliat lengthy press conference and durj shortly before the start of the ing the press dinner which followed cornerstone laying. Ambassador arranged their seating so that Mr Bodrov and three aides arrived at Zarehin had a Soviet diplomat on Eilat a day earlier, attended a' either side. To Receive Jewish Burial Continued from Page 1-A entire families holed up in the caves during the fighting. dn hilltopsurrounding the caves, Roman posts were disco\ indicating where the conquerors laid siege to the Jewish l lers Inside the cave-, the archae logists have found articles let! b> the besieged, including plates and ornaments wrapped in matting and tied with string. These articles remained intact because the air in the caves idry However, the dryness of the air is the factor that led to the suffocation of the besieged Jews The burial of the skeletons, Mr. Ben-Gurion said, will take place on a cliff-top above Wadi llever. near the site where the last Jewish resistance battles were fought b> Bar Kochba and his followerNew Soft Drink Here "Teem." a new lemon-and-Iime drink developed by the Pepsi-Cola Company, is presentIv being distributed in Dade and Broward counties. A sparkling carbonated bevera u\ Teem is being introduced in the two counties jointly by the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Companies of Miami and Ft. Lander dale The area has been selected by the national Pepsi organization 'to be the first in Florida to distribute the new soft drink. D. Ballin Smith is president of the Miami bottling company. 170] DUTIES: SAVING IS ONE OF THEM Everyona enjoys laving. But did you ever think that saving is one of life's more important duties? The act of saving symbol'ies puffing aside a part of one's own substance for the future. And the future is what we all live for. The future is our children and our grandchildren. We save fothem and for us so that we can enjoy them. Thrift is one of the sturdy virtues that havo mada America great. At WASHINGTON FEDERAL we see our friends saving every day. Ona of life's pleasantest duties. Open or add to your •ccount today. Put a down payment on the future. 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Friday. April 7, 1961 > tmisMrklim Page 7-A OFHCIRS TO BE INAUGURATED justice Douglas to Head Dignitaries At Israel Bond Function Here May 17; Samuel f riedland Will Lead Committee Samuel Fricdland. chairman of trc Greater Miami Israel Bonds committee, ha.s announced that William 0. Douglas, Justice of the United States Supreme Court, will head a host of national dignitaries, al the worldwide celebration of Krael's Bur Mitzvnh ;it a dinner 1, lake place in Miami on Wcdncsc.,\ May 17. at the Fonlainebleau j noti i One of America'! hading jusj Uce.*, Justice Douglahas served i r. the Supreme Court since 19:19. B< hjlong been identitud with friendship lor the State ol Israel. Recently returned from • visit to Israel, Justice Douglas has consented to come to Miami for J this occasion "because of the world-wide significance of the celebration of Israel's 13th anniversary." ccasion will also mark the plficial inauguration ot Samuel I edland as general chairman of i: i Israel Bond committee and the u stallation of Fricdland'cabinet ajfitere, dinner chairman Maurice j pointed out To be installed with Fricdland $ % %  Jack Cantor, chairman of the I ol governors; Samuel Oritt, i an for the State ol Florida; j. %  I'opick, chairman of th" 5 iivi board; Maurice A If i h. i.i m.. ii ol the i xe< utive t h i .'c-.-ph Coh n, chairn nd Nal Waldman, i ice chairr for Miami Beach; Harold 1 rman, chairman, and Meyer A } • a n il Sheldon K.i> %  Vice nen for the City ol Miami ;>< IOIIOU m^ division i hair r Jack earner. Pacesetters; i Bornstein, Trustees; .lack [ l/man, Builder-. Leonard Rosen i: Mberi Pallot, Guardians; E A:i-m. congregaUonal dmi Miami Beach, and Henrj Gilbert, congregational dinners, Miami; Sam Remhard. High Holilays; Sam Lachman. hotels; Dr Milton Lubarr and Abraham Grunhut. organizations; Janus Albert. Oleh Regel, Ben Essen, special event-; Harold Zinn, young executives; and Jack Rilkin. building hinds. Members ot the board of governors to be installed are Sam Blank, Lewis Bower, Joseph Applebaum, Morris Cooper, Abram Fox, A. C. Fine. Maurice Gans, Sidney Gans, Samuel Goldfarb, Paul Gordon, Isidore Hecht, Samuel Kipnis, Marcie Leberman, David J. Light, Sam Luby, Sanford Kean, Max Orovitz, Dan Ruskin, Louis Rudnick, Carl Weinkle and Max Weitx. \K a chairmen are lly Galbut, South Shore; A! Sherman. North Shore; Tom KravitZ. Bay Harbor; Max Kolker, Surf side; Benjamin Rimer, Allison Island; Ezra Finegold. Biscayne Point; Al Levine, South Miami; Harry Gordon, South Wesl Miami; Ik rman Feldman, Coral Gables; Max Fox. Keystone Point and Isaac Donen. North Miami Beach. Revitz said that the observance of the 13th anniversary of Israel "marks the coming ot age ot Israel's economy. The country has advanced from a position ot extreme austerity to a relatively high degree of prosperity. Its citizens have homes, lood and clothing, and the problem of employment has been almoM completely conquered. "The industrial and agricultural development which Israel Bonds have financed,"' he said, "have enabled Israel to make rapid strides toward economic independence. The country's progress will be accelerated as its growth and development are speeded up with the dollars we make available through our Israel Bond purchases." % -•** THE MAN WITH THE MOUSTACHE ART KROHN "If a famous commander can sell hiproduct with his beard — how about my selling SARATOGA VICHY WATER With my moustache.'"' NOW SERVING Bars, Markets, Restaurants SARATOGA GEYSER KALAK-PERRIER POLAND SPA-MT. VALLEY CELESTINS VICHY MIAMI OPERATED HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE 2988 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami Call Today! HI 8-4606 Knesset Quits; Elections Aug. 15 Continued from Page 1-A the proposal argued that a government withou: a mandate could not carry out policy in cither domestic or loreign altairs. The parties involved were the General Ziom-ts. Herut. Achdut Avodah, Klapam, the Progressives, the Communists and AgUdat Israel The current Knesset is the tourth -nice establishment ol the State It was elected in November. 1958, for a four-year period. The Government which fill on .1.1 IIII.II> 31 was 1-raH's ninth. N. a* Professor pro tempore proqram at Mt. Sinai Hospital last week brought a distinguished visitor. Dr. Alton Ochsner. director of surgery of Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner Foundation Hospital and professor of surgery, Tulane University school of medicine. Here Dr. Richard M. Fleming, director of the department of general surgery at the hospital. Dr. Ochsner and Samuel Gertner, executive director, talk as a session is about to start. Rabbi Due in Daylona lecturer at Volusia County Com. munity College in Daytona Bench Rabbi Henry Leon Shwartz. ot on Tuesday, Apr II. Rabbi Shwartz the C'ongreuation of Liberal Juwill speak in \lt Bethel Baptist d.i,-in in Orlando, will repre-ent Church on "The Great Dilemmas hi Jewish Chaiitauqua Society aof the 20th Century." ATTORNEY ACCOUNTANT BUSINESSMAN UNSELFISH CIVIC LEADER BERNARD B. WEKSLER Coral Gables City Commission INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE KNOW HIS STAND ON THESE ISSUES! 1. OPPOSED TO HIGH RISE BUILDINGS. 2. FAVORS STRICT ZONING ENFORCEMENT3. OPPOSED TO UNWARRANTED TAX FREE 4 FAVORS-MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN PROFESSIONAL ACTION. 5. OPPOSED TO-PUBLIC LAND GIVEAWAYS. 6. FAVORS-RECREATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND ACTION. ACTION. LOADING. 7. OPPOSED TO-WASTE AND EXTRAVAGANCE IN GOVERNMENT. 8 FAVORS-ROAD AND STREET LIGHTING. SEWERAGE IMPROVEMENT ACTION! 9. OPPOSED TO-SPECIAL INTERESTS AND FAVORITISM IN GOVERNMENT. 10. FAVORS-STRONG CONFLICTS OF INTEREST" LAW IN CHARTER ACTION. 11. OPPOSED TO-HIGH WATER AND UTILITY RATES. 12. FAVORS-DECENT WAGES FOR CITY EMPLOYEES. VOTE-APRIL 11th PULL LEVER 11-A KNOW THE CANDIDATE BERNARD B. WEKSLER 39-Year Old Attorney, Accountant, Student cf Government. Mamed to Beverly, 2 Daughters, Ronni Joy, Maria June. Resides at 435 Luenga Ave. De Paul University (Juris Doctorate), 1948. World War II Veteran. Member of Florida Bar Association. KNOW HIS RECORD OF ACTION Spearheaded Public Opposition to Granada Golf Course "Giveaway." Exposed Tax Free-Loading" of Hospitals and Other Properties. Sponsored the Creation of Recreational Ad'. i sory Board. Obtained Uniform, Equal and Non Discriminatory Fees for Goifers. Led Citizens Fight for Reinstatement cf Tax Assessor Thomas C. Blount. MEMBER OF TEMPLE BETH AM Executive Board Member Jewish Family and Children's Service. Co-Chairman of Membership-Nominating Committee of J.F.C.S. Past Chairman of Miami G.M.J.C.C. Past Vice President of G.M.J.C.C. West Miami Masonic Lodge No. 302 MAHI SHRINE TEMPLE Member Amer.can Jewish Commi Delegate to the Senior Citizens Division, Welfare Planning Council. ttee ASK YOUR FRIENDS TO VOTE APRIL 11th



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Page 8-A +Jtist fhrkfiari Friday, April 7, i 961 2t6 3J7Miar MC FIRST! NEW YORK TO 80.000 Took Part in Murder of Jews STl TTGART—tJTAV-Supporl Eichmann, the Gestapo leader who 000 European .lews under the Nazi German War Crimes office, which part in the mass murders ot Jews The impact of the figures, especially upon public opinion in West \ is to deflate claims that are made in some circle? here that ••only a handful" ol (ionium.t-n.k pan m the wartime atrocities • J( Mrs The direct relationthe i ewl) announced nd the Eichmann .•-. was in the fact that the data was to G rman news] I ;ni k. just vhich gets ..i> Apr 11 ures wen am need to the German newspapermen h> the i hut e\p< rt <>n the subject. Ernest Schuele, direct and chiet prosecutor for the Wos German Central War Crimes Commission The Commission was es tablished in 19,i8 to coordinate and probe into war crimes and arrange for prosecutions prior to ;he expiration of the statutory deadlim such prosecutions in 1965 Schuele told the press that at to the forthcoming trial of Adolf directed the mass murder of 6.000.regime, was liven here i>> the Weal led that 80.000 Germans took durinp World War if least 1,000 persons will be tried in German courts during the next two years on chargs of mure'ering "countless numbers of human beings" during the Naii regime. H further related Israel's and German/'s own efforts to track down and prosecute the Nazi war criminals by revealing that Israel had furnished West Germany with a list cf 3,000 Naii war criminals. AM 3,000, he said, "were involved in criminal complexes which have either already been investigated or that we are beginning to probe riant now." A, i i S hut l< 1'HI to 150 re living we ev< n knout the uts ol some ol them." But. he said. West German} "has encountered great difficult) ti mpting to obtain I he aid ol the Intern; ice authorities and uf other foi i ign authoi ities" in apprehending (he war criminals In ing abroa'd. Cedars of Lebanon Board to be Honored; George Jessel Will Preside Over Dinner Interpol. the Inter: ,Organization, considt as men accused ol ,j crimes, and refuses for th to aid in their captun oi tion. Schuele -aid "Other .., %  v l could have captured A. | hmann a Ions lime ago." He u id that a warrant for the ar Eichmann vu issued b: German court at Prankfuri •go ..1!46. The prosecution in the trial cf Karl Chmielewski, former con. mandant of the Gusei tub-camp of the Mauthausen concertrifi on camp, demanded li*e imprisonment for the defendant, it was reported meanwhile in Ansbach this week. The pros cution as. rted • im< ny of witn x k trial had provi tha :,8%  ar old formi r SS ma joi tall) murder, d at least P inm.it i, The pn •• CUtl three years co di fendant Herl ert .1 amp guard, for c< mpl murder. More than 100 witlW sses git me descriptii ns I unb horrors which took placi %  : the camp, including the death \ ised b) Chmieh ski in mates were taken nak< camp courtyard and hos< with ice cold water until t George Jessel, "toastmaster general of the U.S.," 'll preside over a Seville hotel dinner saluting the board of directors of Cedars of Lebanon on Apr 29 Samuel T Sapiro. president of Cedars Of Lebanon, announced that the 6.'i-year-old actor, author, producer and spirited speaker will fly to Miami solely for the purpose of payins tribute to the 30-man hospital board. Jessel recieved hit title of toa*tmattr general from former President Truman, after Jessel helped him campaign for the Presidency. Jesstl also assisted President Roosevelt and New York Mayor Jimmy Walker in their political battles. A most recent accomplishment by Jessel is his new book. "Elegy in Manhattan, scheduled to reach the bookstands this month. Jessel will help Cedars of Lebanon drive for funds to complete the 282 hed institution scheduled for an Oct. l opening. Included on the Cedars ol Lebanon board of directors being honored arc Stanley C Myers, chair nun; Samuel T Sapiro. president; Samuel Luby, David Stuzin and V. e n Novack, vice presidents. Harold Thurman, secretary; and B Williams Apte. treasurer other board members are Sidney M AronovitZ, Dr Morris Blati. Elliott Blumenthal, Dr Chester Casael, Hon. Irving Open. Maurice Fur man, Herbert Gelernter. Dr. Morton M Halpern. Sidney Langer, Sidne\ Lefcourt, Harry Markowitz, E Albert Pallot. Dr. Max Pepper. Dr Maurice Huh, Dr Reuben Rochkind and Nathan B Rood. Robert Russell, Samuel J. Spector, Sol C. Sheye, Joseph Weintraub, Henry Wolfe tnd Stanley H. Wolf are also board members being honored. The tribute is being paid to the board Tor its determined eflort during 'he past three years to make Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital a reality." Opproximatety 750 prominent doctor-, businessmen and other communitj leaden are < \ peeled at the dinner Lions Schedule Sale Little River Lions club will hold a pancake and sausage salt on Sun day, Apr 9, 6 30 a in to 2 34 p m i i ds urll go to Lion activities. The sale is scheduled lor the cor i •' I VA 2 ,,\, and 78 it Miami FOR CORAL GABLES CITY COMMISSION Vote For Four But One Stands Out! C. L it JERRY" DRESSEL, Jr, Compare the Records LEVER 6-A VOTE FOR Leo F. LEE MAHAN A Vigorous, Active Long-Time Resident The Kind of Man Yoo Can Count On! Lee Mahan ENDORSED BY HIS NEIGHBORS Who Know Of Hit Sincere Interest In Coral Gables Barry Ryan Stun Wcissel Jim Ronkin Byron A. Spcrew Mrs. Annabel!* NitzcSe Don Wessell tarry larriircre F. N. Holley. Jr. Alfred T ildredge Roosevelt C. Houser M. I. Ibelmesser, DOS c. c. lea, Jr. F. F. Ro.lin Jean T. lind*rMin J. E. Rmlin F. F. Royiin THEY ASK THAT YOU Pull Lever 6-A Elect Lee Mahan TUES.. APRIL n



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Friday. April 7. 1961 •"Jenist; Fkrfcfinr Page 9-A Flaar.g unique mezzuzah on the door of the new sanctuary ct Temple Ner Tamid at recent dedication ceremonies ore Col. William J. HarTis and Nathan Rottenberg. The mezzuzah is c cr.e in plastic and stained glass, and was desianed by Van Looking on is Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader (: the Temple. Eichmann Defense to Hit Against Israeli Jurisdiction Continued from Pag 1-A (tr..'ii and the defense ih-.' riu'ht td aftjue during the trial whether the testimony of these wiine>.-cIt likely to concern matters that will Indecided during the trial." Israel, it is understood, will argue that, under international law. the manner in which a prisoner is broupht under the jurisdiction of a iourt is irrelevant. Tuesday's announcement of the completion of all preparations for :"•( (.penini; of the trial stated that accredited correspondent < will reill be hi st ,:i t h e television program sponsored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn He will discuss Judaism Its Neighbor, Christianity," on Sunday, IU a.m.. over WCKT ch. 7. HONEST LEADERSHIP Charles K. "Chuck" POWELL Your CORAL GABLES COMMISSIONER MEMBER JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE KIWANIS CLUB OF MIAMI BEACH UNITED FUND • YOUNG DEMOCRATS • P.T.A. COURAGEOUS H ONEST PULL LEVER 9-A, April 11.1961 1M V..1 \!\ ELAtr TEL AVIV NON-STOP! EL AL does it with the new Boeing 707/420 jet. It's the only nonstop flight from New York to Tel Aviv. Non-stop service starts June 11th. On the way back, stop over at London, Pans, Rome See your travel agent or EL AL, 1602 Washington Ave. JE 2-5441 I



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Page 10-A lfi*t fkridftn Friday, April 7. A Contemporary View of Passover By RABBI DAVID W. HERSON Beth Emcth Congregation ll u ti .: • K. Rdbbi Kjhb: Hifl.-jr ben Aruridh Rabbi A^ibu JIJ Rabbi Tarfon. 1'iur thf\ ufTf once reclining'around then PoMovei rubic „: Bnei H<^'n and it'ere speaking ahem :'>r going out all :hut nighl until t'ic:r du,.;n( i i -J d ii' (nem, "Our ....... ; 7>:i a* arrived for ilir Tfi .:. • th< rnmg Sh >"With this paragraph, the Haggadah begins to relate the events pre ceding the liberation of the Children of Israel from Egyptian bondage It is an unusual story, for it si s mure questions than it answers. First is. why did the five s< ges meet alone, contrary to custom? Would it nol be more fitting to have their disciples present vkhen they recounted the glorious events leading up to the liberation from Eg) ptian bon lage? The locale where the sages met, the city of Bnei Brak, is also ol special significance, for that was the location ol Rabbi Akiba's school that later furnished the bulk of Bar Kochba's warriors. Historians have pondered over this paragraph and wondered whether this seemingly innocent meet I the fivi sages on the evi ol the Passover was devoted only to the retelling ol lh< Exodus from Egypt Dr. Cecil Roth, as well as other historians, read info this paragaph a meeting that is completely obscured by their recorded conversation. According to these historians, the Passover holiday inspired the sages, as well as all fredom loving people, to plan a revolt against the Romans that culminated shortly thereafter with the B-.r Kochba rebellion. The Festival of Passover is not merely one that commemoratean event recorded in Biblical annals. but also serves as an impetus for the maintenance and promotion of freedom and liberty everywhere that it does not exist. Tims we find that the Exodus story inspired not only Israelites Of poal • Biblical times to seek and attain freedom, but non-Jewish nations, steeped in Biblical tradition also regarded the Passover a; an inspiration towards acquiring their own independence The Modern Exodus it maj be surprising to learn that the Founding Fatherol our Republic, too. were inspired bj the Biblical story ol the Egyptian liberation to seek independence from England. The Pilgrim Fathers were devout students of the Bible. They read it with great diligence and employed it with literal exactitude Lacking rabbinical interpretation, they accepted the Bible in itsimple, literal form and con sequently ended up by inheriting the good, as well as the doubtful The burning ol witches was to them as divinely ordained as the Ten Commandments and the need for a thanksgiving celebration as nei —arj as all other festivals re corde I in the Bible Hence, the eventrelated in Exodus telling ol Israel's bondagi in Egypt punishments meti out to the Egyptiai the miracles and ders wn ught in their b< half, "i lh ir hl>< ration were MR. AND MRS. MAX SIEGAL MR. AND MRS. BOB SIEGAL of o/n pa it if 7400 N.W. 30th AVENUE a> real as their everyday experiences The story of Israel's liberation attained even greater credence when these religiously oriented people saw themselves as reliving similar events in their own lives. They too, crossed a Red Sea, only in their times, it was known as the Atlantic. They too, experienced trials and tribulations in crossing the desert, through the conquest of the vicissitudes of a new world. They too, foug-t Canaanites in order to possess a Promised Land, in the form of Indians, French and British. They too, escaped an Old World motivated by the fear to exercise freedom of religion just as the Children of Israel escaped Egypt in order to be allowed to worship in the faith of their fathers. Iit ol any wonder 'hen that • i thirteen original colonies, imbued with these views, regard themselves as reincarnated Children ol Ma. I? 1it any wonder then that when the iir-l Great Seal ..I the United States was prop* u d to the American Congress, the artists quite naturally proposed a seal containing the scene ol Moses leading the Children of Israel .. Ihi Red >' a, with the inlion around it reading Re volt againsl Tyranny, obedicno lo r.od Th. fact that the seal was nol le the i liable truth that the Bibli • • pei itu all} the evi nts ol the Passover, -• rv d as ai ns| to the pre< i m rations •


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Friday. April 7, 1961 + knisttUrkiiir Pace 11-A |in their attempt to gain freedom I in this land. Jewish Influence Historians have long maintained [l ,i the sucessful revolt against {England staged by the thirteen [ ( Monies of the new world inspired other peoples to seek similar re(ilress against oppression. "The khol heard round the world" inkpired men like Lafayette who rei turned to France and there participated in the Frerfch Revolution. It ia puzzlitm however, why his[orians have been reluctant to recognize Jewish influence and admit |t,i Jewish sources for their inspiration in gaining freedom It is [true 'hat there were tevs Jews in France during the French Revolution, but the fe that were there Saw, in the French Revolution, the recurrence of their own national experience Steeped in tradition, they could not help but compare the Frenchman's love for freedom with their I longing for redemption There lvere many Jews of the few that Iresided in France who actively [participated in bringing about the %  downfall of the monarchy and gplamored along with all the other masses for liberty, equality and raternity Many wrote eloquent handbills and distributed them [lively to incite the populace in the 1i ause i'i freedom The fact that the French Revolution wit also instrumental in breaking down the Ghetto walls and bringing the rays of equality to the oppressed Jewish minority, was an added reason for the Jewish enthusiasm in behalf of the Revolution. Outstanding among the publicists who promulgated in behalf of the tew freedom was one. Samuel Levy, who wrote as follows: "France, who was first to remove the shame of Judah; she is our Israel, her hills are our Zion. her > rivers, our Jordan. Let us drink of the living waters of her wells, they are waters of freedom ... to freedom there is but one language and all of us must learn her alphabet. The nation which was oppressed more than any others must now pray for the nation who has opened the gates of the enslaved France—the land of refuge." Strange Power Samuel Levy was. If anything, no more, no less than an observant Jew. a prototype of his brethren In exile. IIi> reaction may well lie symptomatic of the reaction of his co-religionfsts Passover. 1961. the Passover of the twentieth century—what significance does it have for us today In these days, when the world seems to be divided into diametrically opposed camps, where the freedom of the individual, no less than the freedom of the state, hinges upon conviction and desire of the individual citizenHOW ABOUT YOUR YAHRZEIT DATES? Florida Unit Wins Cup At the San Francisco meeting of : i American Savings and Loan Institute, the Florida southeastern i hapter won the President's cup. 1 ised on chapter activities in mem M rship, scholarship achievements and administrative practices. The I irida southeastern chapter is the administration oi Harry N Kingsbey, president. New edition of 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar gives Yahrzeit dates at a glance. In fact, all Hebrew dates and days of the week from (h-tober 1940 to September 1964, All Jewish holidays to 1970! For fret copy, uritt R.J. HEINZ CO. 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Page 12-A vJenisr nprktian Friday. April 7 Your CJA leaders: 1961 Parisian Christians Form Israeli Kibbutz'in Southern France MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY NORMAN A. ARKIN: No. 35 in a Series. An architectural engineer who male quite a name tor himself in his college days at Georgia Tech. and then went on to fulfill the early promise of a successful career as a builder, is the subject of thiweek's salute. Norman A. Arkin belongs to the growing corps of CJA newcomers which has lent color and leadership in the 1961 campaign. He served several years as NOKMAN AKKIN a member of the Builders Division, and then undertook the chairmanship of the Bay Harbor Residents Division in the current drive. With co-chairmen Jack Games, Robert Krinzman and George Sogg a> key workers. Arkin organized the CJA effort in his community, and was responsible for developing a fast m o ving group of volunteers who ch maxed their activities with a successful meeting at the chairman's home. Veterans have commented on the calm assurance and systematic approach ol the Bay Harbor chairman, whose achievements dollar wise in the campaign have substantially exceeded last year's totals. At this point. Arkin ibusily engaged in the final clean-up phase in Bay Harbor, urging all his workers to complete their solicitationHe is a member of Temple Beth Sholom, the Miami Beach Exchange Club, and a number of professional associations. "I'm convinced that CJA is the most sensible and efficient way to keep our Jewish community budding and growing." he said. Arkin's personal creed and sense of dedication speaks well for the brand of leaders coming to the fore in recent years. PARIS— tJTA)—A collective farm. ,operated along the lines of an Is'raeli kibbutz, has been founded by ia group of Parisian Christians at ; Paradatlhan. in an abandoned rural area in south-central Prance. The founder of the kibbutz. Vincent Thibout. a metallurgical engineer, spent 18 months at Sdeh Eli the kibbutz, and th.. \^u, re ahu Emek Beth Shean Kibbutz, on | flourishing alter a y ear '' {* the Israel Jordan frontier, before I Thibout declared "* %  deciding to emulate the Israel, ex^^ ^^ perience in France. i as his religion, stat.u. •fjf'gj Eighty-nine Parisian.-, only one'butz way of ttfe. pluJudaism of ;of whom had previous experience t fers an answer to nun. moral'vm at farming, are DOW members of material problems." Beth David Plans Cornerstone Ceremony For New Auditorium Addition Sunday Congregation Beth David will have .i cornerstone dedication ceren my tor its nev. auditorium Sunday, 4 p m.. at the synagogue, 2625 SW 3rd avi Miami. The new addition to the SJI a g igui includes an au< itorium, with .. seating capacit) of I.IMH) people. chapel, library, administrative ol I es, a n d n\ e additional class!• .inMohan's Hat In Gables Ring Leo v Mahan, running lor city commissioner oi coral Gables '1 .-day. declared here that "M elected I will devote full time to the city commission post." Mahan has been a Coral Cables n-ident for the past 16 years, is a third generation marine salvage expert and World War II ship salvage officer with the is Navy, i cent!) retired at 53 as sales engineer with a diesel firm. He is pa-t pesident of the Coral Gables Country Club, is active in the local LionClub, American Le. gion. and the Army and Navy Club ol Coral Gables. Beach Colony Club, and the Rod and Reel Club. He served on the Dade County Grand Jury tor six months and al-o with the U. S. Federal Court and the Court of Civil Record. He and hiwife, Kcnatn, are both on the Junior Orange Bowl Commit tee Mahan -tudied at the University The program will feature the installation of the corner-tone and the deposit of a capsule containing the family tree ol S J and Marvin Spector The Spector family will be host tor the occasion The half-million dollar addition is being constructed by Spector and Sons, pioneer builders of Miami and long-time members of Beth David. The Spectors are contributing some $240,000 towards the cost of the building, which will contain fully eguipped facilities for year-round weddings and other social affairs, as well as supplement the 1,400 seats already in the main synagogue. Since itbeginning in 191". Beth David membership has grown to approximately 7()0 families, with an enrollment of close to 700 children in its religious school. New spiritual leader iRabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Sisterhood. Men's Club and youth groups maintain a full calender of eventSidney If. Aronovitz i< president of the congregation, and Sidney Lefcourt is chairman of the corner -tone dedication ceremony Jackson and Kotkin were the architects of the new addition. ol Michigan and was graduated from Houe ( Ollege there His present ambition is "to have the opporUinity to Serve (oral (.ablein an official capacity f personalized service af the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service except rosh hashono and vom kippur UBDMR \WQf leahrship. CI/MARD EAGLE AIRWAYS Offers First Transatlantic Service to LONDON from MIAMI Now you can fly to Europe from the great Miami gateway! Luxurious, jet powered Britannias, famed "Whispering Giants' 9 of the air... noontime London arrivals for convenient connections to principal cities in Europe. Come, join the discriminating travellers who fly Cunard Eagle. They know that experience, high standards of passenger service, and cordial British hospitality are a Cunard tradition throughout the world. 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"ridcy. April 7. 1961 *Jtf H isii FBarkttan Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM pft'i %  : % %  me u iih 1 PRANK .. • firms the great truth. ..' i • \nahcnabU IMtl '" M |OSI I'll • • i fi .'Tt-.; fi-ic a r,, ipimt mutt, in ilic ci <• of POMill onl.V in •' reclining pot\ a mar*, i : •. fdom. MIS II SI II M HIM : low hjs if !• ,: III IN I J-inal cLjaxjs of j^assovcr to be JL^auncnea jf-n'day On Rededicating Ourselves s, To Ways of Ancient Past e r y i c e s r he had ii the children • I Israel t<. Cod will surelj re i. and y< hall Ihen f bem Whil el is r \ icMos ok .:: < %  • ed in e : Yiikor— remi I ftCd • :. i r b< .anific x r is -ecu in the fact thai M m pul everyaside, .. ; l the prol lems and decisions <>t those demanding hours, and pave hi.tune and thoughts to the departed. Our great teacher, however, knew that the nation which was being conceived, could survive only if its umbilical chord remained attached to its past, lie knew that the inspiration of their fathers and mothers would serve as a noble guide lor them to follow. It was not enough to throw off the shackles of slavery; they now had to put on the golden chain of Jewish tradition. Perhaps this was the reason for Joseph's charge. For he. too. was helped through remembering his past. As a slave boy in Egypt, he almost sank to the depthot immorality. Before turn, there suddenly appeared "Dmus Diyukno shel oviv"—the image of his father Jacob-^which infused him with new strength to re-ist temptation and remain i loyal to his faith. As Joseph was saved through Yizkor—remembering his past—so too in effect did he counsel the future generations: take your forebears along with you on your journey through history; remember vour past, and your future will be secured. The Jewish people, through their long history have been offered many heavens—citizenship, property rights, freedom from oppression. etc. The admission charge was to forget our forefathers, to break away from our tradition. We refused to pay such a price. Knowing that a heaven without our ancestors was no heaven, we remained loyal to our heritage, and lived to enjoy the great satisfaction of knowing that we made the greatest contributions to the development of Godliness and morality. In this season, when we recount the great experiences of our forefathers, let us rededicate ourselves to their ways. Through the inspiration which they can give us. we will surely be blessed with the fulfillment of our deepest and most passionate dreams, of spiritual peace, and personal happiness. Final days of Passover will be marked in Greater Miami beginning with services Flidaj morning Servicecontinue on Saturday morning, which include the traditional Yizkor Memorial tor the departed Special Passover services are al.-o scheduled Friday and Saturday evenings. Liberal and Reform congregations will observe the conclusion of Passover at only one -civice on Friday. AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 CarlyU av. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. I i IIH; \. i II St tir M I i .1' I Violin I'M --"\ • i : \ :• ..•I. VIi 1 By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is it customary to pour droplets out of the cup of wine when reciting each plague during the Passover Seder? A full cup of wine indicates a full measure of rejoicing. Pouring off some of the wine is a s>mbol ot the fact that our joy is incomplete because human beings had to -offer and or perish during these plagues. Thus, each time a plague, i or group of plagues are mentioned, t a bit of the wine is poured off to openly demonstrate the lofty ethic oi the Jeui-h people who do not enjoy human suffering even when it befalls an enemy. Some claim that the custom of dripping the wine was a means of exclaiming, each time the plague was mentioned. "G-d forbid such a thing should happen to us." Others claim that the wine is dripped -o that one would not drink wine over which a plague or curse Bad been named There are those who find a significant detail in the total number ol .irops -piit (16), Some of these claim that the 16 drops rep-1 • the 16 times the word "Deber" i pestilence i ..mentioned in the book of Jeremiah. Still others claim that tnc 16 driprepresent the 16 people who are called to the Toiah dur.ng the week seven on Saturday and nine on the three occasions during the week at which three people are called up). It il ..!-" claimed that 1 the 16 drops represent the 16 lambs offered on the alter during the •A ( k in the days of the temple ,.,one every r.R>rn;ng. one every % % %  wv mm.mam This papc is prepared in cooperation wuh rhc Spntudl Leaders of the Greater Miumi Rabbinical Assn. RahH David Hcrsen Coe'iiinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Herton J — es of Siciral Rabbi Sivrmon Schiff Gems (j \V % % %  evening and two extra ones on the Sabba.h' Some claim that the 16 drops represent the 16 faces oi certain angels, of the sword of the Angel of Death or of the -word of the Almighty. Why is a special sandwich made out of tre Matzoh and the Bitter Herbs and then eaten after each of them has been consumed separately? The reason for tins is contained in the Haggadah itself and is recited just before this sandwich is eaten. This strved as a memorial of the practice of Hillel who would do this in order to obey what heconsidered to be a Biblical command to eat them both together. as based on a verse which reads I'pon MatZOh and Mcrorim (bitter herb-' shall they eat it (the Pascal Lamh). Exodus 12:8.) It thus Hillel's practice to cat all three things I gethi r, :h( I \laV"h .':,,! the Bitter Herbs. ANSHE EMES. ?iZ* SW 19th ave. Cons-rv.itive. Maxwell Silberman. pi esident. — • — EETH DAV'D 262 Jvc. Con %  -nan Shapiro Cantor W.iliam vv. Lirson. — • — BETH EL 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox n Schiff I '. -• BETH EMETH. ^2^; V'W 2nd ave. Conservative. RaDbi David W. Hermn. Cantor Hyman Fein. 8ETH ISRAEL 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox RaObi H. Loo s Rottman. (•"' Ulu> I". .. m Si rmnii Si 'I• : m .-'.,• ii a. v '.' %  .< *•< V ..'>>• %  -. \ |,. s. %  mi n v vi.., n nut il R< > • %  bra:!•'•'' BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. KrMaj '•" >* "> St-rmin; I-I *•' p..u Mltxvah s.i i in tin j %  •' .i m. Viakor I .i "' >• mon Mart) iol Freedom BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr. Rabbi Harold Richter. r Ida) ~i a m Sermon "Th< Song al Hi.ii. a .-•.. Jun "i -• i > lee 10 %  < m KM unit v '." I'm Sermon "Th. Lingering i..-t.I'f il" Matron.' Satura..\ Pusauver rrvlc •• m Tlakoi ., in. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. Ki da) 8:30 "> %  and • p.m. Sermon: "judalam hurt Human Dignity," by .U^i.t.i Murray Alstet. Saim.i..> 'a.m. Ylxkoi aervlca '• % %  %  • "' Sermon "Hi' tn Bring Departed Onea Back r.. Ufa," %  ETH TFILAM. 935 Euclid awa. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovcfcy 8ETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipcchitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Frlrta) morning aervtvi v.: ( > a.m Torah n i ding 9 10 a m Sermon H 10 a.m Mlncha S:1S p.m. Saturda) Shachrii .' %  %  .i 'ii Vlakor Memorial %  v.. 10:30 a m ^' %  •> r Mltavah: Dennla. i Mi ami MrSidne) Siegel. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strasifeld. I i %  ii.iv *:S0 a in Sermon "The Song ; th. Ke<| S-a.'' Saturda) rii-i Vixkoi i II. I : 30 .i "i •-'• eond Vlakor 30 .. d 1" a.m. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Fl Ida) a m. Si IHII.II. M< h Ev< ning 6:30 and in p m Sea ot I •• -ui .t. and 1 % %  ldg of Faith. Saturda) '.• .i m. Vlakor 10 ••• a.in. Sermon: "Memories and Dream* OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Fi \,\.,\ B a in Bar Mltrvah '• son of Mr and Mrs Zaalovak) r.i--over •• %  n %  • i • 10 p in Sa t m da) .. n. V ikor i" 30 a.m. • FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi Conservative. Cantor Fred Bernstein I-1 Ida) %  • % %  : in %  %  -i m Kvinlnj o p.m Satui da) '• • %  n Junior %  I Yiikor aervlo 10 %  n Rl in. mbi I UK < ui I •• ed." HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross, and 6:2 %  .. ihi R< 'I Si Ratur..... \ ervlci il Wi Ow Oui i .. • — HIALFAH PEFCM JEW'St-' CON GREGATlON. 1150 W. 68th it.. Hialeah. — a HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st Conservative. Rabbi David Shapii-o. Cantor YehuCah Heilbraun. ISRAELTE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Raoui MMIMII Malavskv. Cantor Louia Cohen. -. mon Pai In Ki \ lew 111 ndi r direct laeh Katakg) I :> • ..... .... • i.. -i v\ ii.rgi t %  KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Davis) Lehrlield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. SW 12th ave Traditional. i Sau •I. .'v. ii.i! Vi-ii. %  !••." <"ani..i M. n.i. h IN Ri Ii t-ill .i--i Itablii LfVitan al all • %  %  a OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Phmas Webe-inan. — • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. i TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2 Nf-. I7lat at. Ran-i Jonah Caplan. %  i rtvp.E BETH AT/. )S50 N. Kendall dr S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbr t Baunigard. Cantor Charles Kodner I'll, %  • %  n *: %  %  %  %  I sk t he Ui I: \ 1 • > \\ %  %  %  ui I • and Ml HUM iililall. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Refoim Rabbi Samuel Jalfe. • — %  TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Frlda) p.m. Sermon: "The Hidden Meaning • %  Paswover." Rabhl Sam • M. n.i. li.w it] Satui da) B >• m — e — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah Cantor David Conviter. I Fit da) Vlakor ami commemoration nf vv'.ii-va\i iShetto realatann lo:<5 a.m Evening nervlci l.'i p.m Sermon "Will ih< Kii'hmann TYial Awaken I World to th. Crime oi iSenoclde? Saturday 10:43 a in l'..ii Mltavah: Oreg-R, -..n .a Mm, J.aiin. sii.nU Baa Mltxvah: Mlehele, da iprhtei of Mr. and Ml s Jo-. i>ti silv r-l-in. e TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. Final day "f Panaover FVMay !* a.m an.i 8 i 11 p.in Saturda) S a m Vlakor 10:30 a in. Special Viskoi aervkra for non-membera 12:30 p.m. a TEMPLE iSRht.,. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. RabbJoseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. i'' day Paaaover aervlce and Memorial prayers il a.m evening 8:15 p.m. -. mon: What Should be Dona with Vdolf Ulchmann?" e TEMPLE JUOt... 320 Palermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morni Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Frlda) Chapel -• IM. 10 a.m. Tem;.'. -. a m. Vlakoi pra)• i ., m l'*aeovcr service and Oneg Shaobal 15 p.m Saturda) Chapel II Bar Mltavah St< • n, aon of vii and MiLawrence L'dell. Tlakor 11 a.m. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. la i %  a m and 8 < %  m. Saturda) vii a.m. Memorllal -• \ •• 10:30 t m TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombera. l.m ami •; :'." p m Si :.i\ %  IS ., m Vlakoi memorial aervlce i .1 in TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. V aki i 10 10 a in Evening 15 p m .-'• rmn v I' i • \v orld'a Paas %  ., • Saturda) !'. -i m Bai Mltav ah \. • -.II %  • vi .. i .; Mr* Ralph Robin — a TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 961 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Hrlda) l ..-vice 9 a m Si I r. :. our Commit ui Mlncha i Saturda) 9 i %  Sermon: "Via v\ : > at ,i .v hat F r? — a TEMPLE ZAMORM. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. ;• i Ida) • i .. %  i' in Saturda) -:..] %  v : la in. Tl •• i!real Pa iai —— e TEMPLE ZION. 5'20 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. a TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Frlda) B n s i \ • Seven : f Paxwivei fot r' .;J0 p i'i Bi : mi i I %  i dj'ili •'• %  -. loll • "The Vlakoi -• i \. • YEHL'DAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Ccnservatve. Rabbi Sheldon Stemmetz. Cantor Morns Berger. P -i Si rn B< lUi -%  • Memoi lal vlcei — YCLNG SRAEL. O'tni)''-* Ra-.—• Tl 990 NE 171t at %>>erwie stauber vi.



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Pcge 14-A % *Vn #\/ fhricfian Friday. April 7 DRS. EINSTEIN AND WEIZMANN Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Peace Prospects And a Genius EINSTEIN ON PEACE. Edited by Otto Nathan and Heinx Nerden. 704 pp. New York: Simon and Schuster. S8.50. IT IS ONE if the great* r ironii ol this age that the %  man whose genius made possible the mosl powerful weapon ol destruction, ti.i fission bomb, was a man who worked for the cause of peace his wh life long. Einstein was a oacifist in the most po-ilensc as earlj a1914. when h< signed a "mi fi to to Europeans," he was speakinf peaci It mprobably the mo-t tragic experience ot his that he should have provided not only the scientifii ba.->is tor the atomic bomb, but also a direct role in initiating the work which led to the dropping ol the Hirosbin Si gasaki bombs and the death and injury of men than 200.000 people. Einstein was a pacifist, but he was not a fan. i Although he was deeplj saddened by the use to which iscoverj was put, he saw %  a l< native but to act .ibe did I considei I preferable for men •< %  fight rather than to allow themselves to DC butcher-.' without llfl Nor do I favor unilateral disarmament What 1 is an supranati ntrol." he wroU etter to the edi thi e is ; %  the ma: i r views ted N'a'.hai I %  hti %  n to %  from : 11 (33 %  '• • • Zionist ; of Isrc. ce: the oi with the conflict lical e past fon a test ative and ins| %  • • %  ificent m Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN The Paradoxes of an American Anniversary Washington W HILE THE NATION i-'ohVcrving the louth anniversary of the Civil War. Virginia granted legal -tatus to the Amer ican Nazi Party through issuance ol a charter. Jews are denied housing in a historic Virginia neighborhood, and N< groei are told they could not use tourist facilities at restored Civil War battlefit Id >. Suffering international notoriety because of their treatment oi Negroes, white Southerner.are pointing with pride to their treatment of Jews. Rep L. If. River-, of South Carolina, arose in Congress this month to note the 65th birthday oi a fellow South Carolinian "You will excuse my immodesty in pointing out to this House that Solomon Blatt, the i^rea! speaker of the House of Representa'i\. of South Carolina, is of Jewish faith. said Rep RiverRep. Rivers proclaimed the "greatness" of South Carolina, "a state which electaher speaker a man of a minority faith and a man from a minority ethnic origin Let those who cry bigotry and discrimination look to the state of South Carolina and observe democracy in action The -ume Rep Rivers a few days later paid oral tribute to Rep Francis E. Walter, ot Pennsylvania, co-author oi the discriminator) McCarran-Walter Immigration \it Rep. Walter denounced "professional Jews" and advocated racism, ethnic clus-ificaUen, and a biased quota system in immigration policy. Rep Riverdescribed bim ..the "champion of a righteous c. u-< Whether hi was describing Re| Walter or Mr B Old Man Rivers fust kept rolling along In Jackson. Miss., Both Israel congregation celebi ted Is centennial. Tinmember-hip proudl) recalled the Jews who an.-uered thi Confederacy's call to armBuMississippi c,n\ Ross Barnett man.i %  el sonu basic is in an address before Jackson Jewry He repeatedly expressed hidelight in appearing before such a line Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER • I Stian audience." The audience -howt-j no p jt tb( description A Negro minister in Wa-hington. D' escribed Ik Civil War centennial celebrations as bunk a f Negroes were concerned. He said Negroes should co/rtl! the Civil War like the Jews view the Passover account'*' the plagueinflicted on Egypt because of oppression minorit) The Good Lord's version of th. ten plao ten decades ago was the Civil War. a dead)) -tru^lM* tweer, the industrial north and agricultural south u row ended ail these years and the slavt„ r still n Jt *, lrt e," he said. *'| On land adjacent to Mt Vernon. the Virginia plant lion where C.eorge Washington wrote hiimmortal let-*' assuring Jews that America would give U bigotry sanction," prejudice is practiced daily bj • "ate hnvl kers The nations studentdescend each Vernon, a nation.!, -hnne of the U.S. Park Service n • located a few milesouth of Washington, „ %  c?-tbralliiii vista overlooking the Potomac River. The students ob-cn' tinsanctuary of democracy 3nd hear how Washington I proclaim! d all men free and equal But realtors owning land near Mt. Vernon igi that it reprei nts Recently, %  -cienn-t. recogmied > r hicontributionto defense research, weni ; f e J look lor ^ borne site After much searching, they hotter earts Sei upon a particularly lovely locati ,:h jjl Mount Vernon. They happily announced their deciSlOl Th agent then subtly raised a religious .--,.. He spakel politely but made clear Jewwere no! desire. help me it's not my own personal det d>ct %  i are other places, not too far away, when > %  • %  i .peopai I buil 1 beautitul horm Th. Stall oi \ ii ginia meanwhile grantid oil i. .il itpi status to the American Naai Party ol Georgi 1 1M State Corporation Commission approved ih< Nazis) ich boidj\ bore a swastika. Alert Cairo Radio 'Explains' the Day's News Jerusalem U#HEN SECRETARY ol State Dean Rusk disclosed thai America warning to thi Soviet Union nol to meddle in Congo affairs applies also to Egypi thi Press and Radio in Cairo— 1 %  "• i : %  %  • • control—< ruptt e read al '' ... ,. %  • i rhe A n belli in ih< I \ • %  i ll now of th : N th< %  ialists and thi least moniton • m n thai the : • as haw i e t treatv so thai the colonialists • .... w Blcl om our i i rhe B< 1 ncan ei neered th.d .match th, I -her AH. -Thi .,Mobutu< p|us .,„ V:i( r: ,.. mv have destroyed l has Gov. .,; :.' '' bt under the dogs, th. allstv ''' Frei %  Americans ., i "he,,, all .,mi their laws \ : thi< was broa least not iu-t a few di eel ut more than two monthggo Si same line, however, continues it verj tiw •• several newspapers in Cario publishei ..ally oi thi %  • ei > same day, the mosl vicious ant; \ • cartooi %  connection with the 4 i fi Ificiah Al-G on Feburai j 16 | Khi > Inting an accusing finger i de in the am I'ncli im i he i aptii 'kjold I am int< ; y er I he sam< di \ %  hie marki nd Strip* w Some Five Hundred Gentlemen of the Press IU1IK pop^l, UVV I' of th*|*urld v.jll •rial vThJM| fte that Im Nurrmbei A CCOROING TO THE Edttpr and I ** h-ber. ding newspaperman^ trade paper. 506 reportertrom all parrs] finer trt* Kic'imam record-. U s*>s." notinc'j ^rflberg trialdrew only 25( reporters to Germany. FiVe -hurtared reporters in Israel a one time! That'really -omething. 1' remember 25 yearago. when 1 was in Jerusalem. A reporter from the New York World named Johnson dropped in on Gershon Agron of the Palestine Post. He had known him in hiNew York days. He asked Agron if he didn't long for New York "Yes. J do. replied Agron. "but what shall I do? Go N ^ i i r stay in J and long lor V .. York." In thou days most people teemed to prefer to stay in \c M York and Ionlor Jerusalem, but the picture :changing now Earl Wilson, the syndicated columnist tells oi the great changethat have taken place in Israel s.n.e h Own Visit ther. ten years.ago. Then there arationing Today, there iar. abundance oi food of all typeThe cities have more sidewalk cafes than Paris and he ad mires the shapely figures of the girls of Israel Bob Con-idme. the Hearst journalist, has been writiM in his column in much the kame vein. With 500 reporterfrom all parts of the world I BU pect that they uill tell the world much more than about the trial. Be'^ee-n You and Me-: BORIS SMOLAR Philanthropy Figures AN INTERESTING picture con 11 leu i-h fund n the U.S. for 1 rael pur complied i • Jewish Fedi ra • • Well FundIt shows • the income i tppi a| las" year was al DM On .. %  %  i i \ receipts for I960 n a< he> v Thi oal for 1961, on a pled an oi the I .1 \ in (he Jewish W< ages l percent Th. CJFW1 l1 -' 1 i '..! ul S38.SO0.000 in Israel bonds *as itti u the i J \ during the last eight • %  '> m< nt of p it also establishes thai worth oi Israel Bonds had beei 1J ihe i -! ol i960, including use ol bonds %  Threi Israi I Komi issues have i < n II ars oi the Israi ; i reeyeai flotation—ended • M i end oi igi o fivi year flotation : which about Ii92.000.000 are sill The thirl was floatad in 1959 and lahs • more than $96,000,000 bj theendol JFWF report deals also with funds raised •n this country for Israel purposeoutside of the • N an bond campaigns, it bringout the mosl •Wei facl tm.t income from restitution pav mer.th> Germany to individual Israeliconstituted last yeai the largest single source ol foreign curn 11 > ior Israel. This totaled $78,000,000 as compared with $*V 900.009 five years earlier In addition, Israel also received i63.000.000 last year from Germany as Plunder the reparations agreement



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riday. April 7. 1961 +Jeistifkrlar/?r Paqe 15-A LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 52254. C KI: Estateol HKSSIK KATZ I ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS \n Creditor* and All Person* HavL. claim* HiDemands Agalnat Kald %  • i you are. hereby sotlned and required pi-eeeni aiiv .'laims and demand* ii you ItM) have against the ••-i,,,. ,i I:KSSI>: KATZ deceased late L. i >atie County, Florida, to the Count) I ,:i lade > '-ouAl ) and file the ,,,, in their %  .'in'-in the Count} ir t house in Dade County, Florida. niluii elghl cnlendaj month* from the ,t...( the first publication here* i, -. will be i' irred IRVING S ATM A N'S' %  N. KM-, utor fc;VINO NATHANS! N i Mi i idian Ave (tea< h, PI 'i I • 3 '.I. l "-14-31 ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. SIC 32J2 \n<\ M:I: r i RIRDM \N. I.. I %  11iff. v|\\|II-:i. I'l'.IKI'V VN I >.•:. II. i.-t tit NOTICE TO APPEAR i s WHIM. FRIEDMAN C • • Murra y Ke ,tli K\ 'in 1 t: Hi l*ht I ...HI; l>lai d, Ne Y..i k a ii. rebj n %  • ifii il and r quired rap) of me A>• r to thi;,,! for Divoi • on Pin IniIfl and i Hi the iriginal In the Clroult i'"iut ••! Ii Pounty, Ploi 11 "ii or before the l.i) .i May, IMl. othel | lid C implulnt for I uwill be taken a* confeaaed % % %  .i March !S IS I E H LEA "HKRM VN %  • B) M v\ \;.M:IS 1 < % %  ] %  il iMt'ET. .1. RANI i for P'al I i DMtNU BY HENHY LEONARD RA BB I NI GAL / J ££PE RATION. OF AMERICA .* rTTTrntxmjKurf a ^^ 11 i M .' | i'.',m' | | i-ii 1 "^ LEGAL NOTICE "And next on our agenda will be a discussion on an appropriate blessing over Metrecal." NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY r.ivi S thai 'lie undersigned, desiring to engage In buaineaa under th* fictltiout nan,ol DELi'XE CANDIES, DELI \i: CANDIES OP MIAMI. DELI'XE rAMi||> OF FLORIDA. K. A M COM I 'AX V K. M i'\\i>v rti.Miwv af^Sbn N.W :th Street, Miami Florida intend* to registei .-aid name with tin i "lerk "i i he Clrcull < "ourl ol I >ade i % %  .mi' \ Florida LAI'RA LEE CANDIES IN( B) : V" I WllUlelel KOVNRR .v MANNHB1MI V. Attorneys fur Ipa Florida Intend* to registei said name with the Clerk of the C rcull L'ourt ol I hide • "mini j. Florida NEWAY UNIFORM A TOWEL SII'I'I.Y i IP P1.I 'Kin \. INi %  MORTi >\ ROTHENBERI; Attorne) !'" %  New -u I'nlfon A Pow< l Suppl) '•! Plorld i, In. ". 17-24-31 ) ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *"Jeni§t! Fh)ri engagi m buainea* under th>> flctltiou* name of I;I>I.I'I\S [EUICATE8SEN a< LEGAL NOTICE name • 'II irNOTCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW *i t! IV E N t ha I %  %  • '.u • • II • : %  • \I'S !-!:i •! •;'• %  : %  !> 'N.u • %  %  • : %  I of I'adi | • r CAPICttTTO \ KI >rlda IR i i i • i NOTICE LNDER FICTITiOLi NAME LAW DTICE is OIVEN %  %  • i .. %  %  ( tu enm .1 '. %  i %  %  | IMI.. ol HIT ,\ I.I-.'i i _"," N E 124th .. • \ %  r ,• Plorida mi' "i rt il h III• • •. .'. Il.nl." "\'lllll>. .1 v i I.U'.HT s-'i, i i.ir.HT %  %  > iif rs I i l :: %  N i: 183rd Street, N.>rt!i Beai Ii Intend to regiater -a i witli th, rliTk •! th.• in ih • :' 1 hide Count *. Plorida HI.' -Itl \ CIS..WIT/ MILDRED %  :• iLDHERH MILTON A PRJEDM \N Attorney rir \ !!ll Alnale) • \ %  I i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIO* IN PROBATE No 52032-C :\ RE I:-' ,' • %  I;I;I nii.t HSTEIN 11,-, ••,-. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1'., A 1 • %  • %  I l*A Pel II.i'. \ : Mi-' Sail I :%  .•• > i • • • • %  %  which i %  iguinat the i •I .;l • Ri;ES :. CHS rEIN d. .if Dud %  da to thi Count r Juili f I "ad >f I Ice* in thi iv.unty < In D id i 'ounl >. Plot i la, wlthii %  U ndai month* II ..M ; he date >( the flrat p .. ... barred, RAYMl ND l.l.-TAIN MEL & R' K1ERS Vi • rne)a ISO i. mi >ln >:• %  M l.i II. i l<< Ii • i' j i : -. %  i -'. i t : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY fllVEN thnl the underalg led, daalring to encugi bualn< -indei the flvtiliu nai MEDICAL All's ..i J12I s \v NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, deairing to engi buaineaa under th.flctitiou* • ime %  M .V: M REPRItiERATION .v CABINET s K':\!'-i: at IM N W. T!th Street, Miami, Plorida Intend to reslater -auI name u;:ii the Clerk of th.Circuit Court %  •; Dade Count) r hTtANK MARtJt'UES 1233 Washington Si Hollywood, Pla. Ml'RRAY MANDP.LL "310 Wayj •• Ave Mian lead Fla. IRVINE C SPEAR Ai torne) i %  \ ipllcant 120 l.i i i Road Mam: Real h, I' • I'7-14-21 : ii NOT CE UNDER FICTITlOLS NAME LAW |\ riCE is i: \ tiiVEN thai Ii mimed Ii -ii-uiK lo ei II ... ; tltloim n me r i UMAN I-'H.KIVI; rn i• l: ,.l M iml l'.. ... ii Plorida i • ..-i • %  .i no mi. with the : i he • Court ol P ide Floi MOR I'IMI:: Kii I>M v\ 1 %  :R WEISS Rl IHEN f If 'Si: \ ler f eld man R(l I'., a. Ii. l"la. I IT 24-31, 4'7 NOTCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai leralgned, desiring t igage in bui ix MI undi the fiotltlou* name of LITTLE RIVER si:it\'i''i: ..• Dade Countj Intend* to regiatei Id I in II. nit Court ol 11, i. %  mt) FlorMa. s \\ M I 'NIP* >RM v T< iWI'l. SIIMM.Y tF PLORIDA, INC. Ml HI l*i >N R< iTHKSHKBti Attorne) far Nea iv I'nlform .\ Towel Mupplj Plorida, Inc. 3/17-24 1/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE iLEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 6'C 2999 \\ I %  N I: i VRKI i: uif. \ •-. >RE PARK I '• f. • laliNOTICE TO APPEAR > •!'. Th. I %  (th AM'.-.•>. ^... i 'alii ari •i .i h i.-.i • mplaini f"i • %  ., be< • i —i asalnal you and are herebj r -i • rd t n • R ..i \..ui tnswei % %  • plaintiff* at! • N i: ; \w Miami. Pla [ ;i il flli il riglti .' In the Clei k'* of.' %  thla Court >i >\ befoi •• 11 %  -2nd |<'.> iif Ma)', 1961, therwlae, %  decree i' mfeaao i-i he entered a4talnal • Man li 23, l '-ii K II LBATHKRMAN, ci.ik of Clf lit Co in B) I. II LAN WAY. lle|, tj ll 11 II, I T-t4-?l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HKRl'.P.Y C.IVKN that the uiideraigned. desiring to engage in bUHlneaa undethe fictltl,iu name %  KXECPTIVE SERVICE at Dade County, Intend* to raeiater aald name ith the '"lerk ol tli^ Circuit Court ol 1 '"'• i 'mintv. r'fcv.da. NEWAY CNIPORM ft ToWlM. RPPPLY ';•• PLORTDA, INC Mi IRTO.N RirTWENBERO i.'. for Newa Cniform A Towel %  I IL .n i Inc. 1 17 24-31, I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that it-.undersigned desiring t" engagi In busines* nidi • I he flctil loua name "i lOOLDMAN (MLWrKIX .v PAC •/.id; ,Weal Plagler ST%  •• Ml ..ml ilorld i Intend to i eglati r aald with the Clerk of tii Circuit Count), Ploi Ida JKRl (ME I : %  'I.I'MAN. tner 9 VMI'KI. i;il.l'STi:iS'. II.. I "..I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. iTICE is HI:KKI-.Y OIVEN thai the underalsned de* ng lo encase In buaineaa u der the flol tlou* nan f BI'SINESS SERVIGE Bl'RKAL' OP PIiORH>A ii 1'i.LCount) intend to eglater -ail name with ilie clerk ol • hr CirruH Court ol Dade County, Plorida. WALTER rn:i.S"S .l.iSKI'H MILLER SIDNEY BFRONSi IN Attorne) for Applicant* "ii Security Tru>: Building : I|, 4 7-14-21 Mam: s'treei intend t.. regiater aaid ,v itli th< "lerk of the Cln I l of 1 >ade %  ml v Hoi Ida BEN %  IROSSM \N V >RM \N Ui'1.1 i : i %  j< CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE D'SSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 111 VLI r i v\ H' 'M THESE PRESENTS SHALL OME, UREET NtIS w hen .IRYINti YESK, Ml \ IIEACH h Loll \. I LAI >ER Ml Itl \'-n l'i.. 'Kin \ BEN i \MIN MILLER MIAMI BEACH, PLORIDA i II i' lay of Marcl \ I' .... %  .. %  • .. ilKSi Ti ENTERPRISES, l \ i' rporal I %  -,' MIAMI P.I \. II |>ADK i'. •! NT\ ii the Slal •• • h'loi i.la ., i.l hi i • athe si I <>n ihi ..i Man ii. AD I Mil, i auae to b< in th, ..in.,ii th* si-.r.-tui. ol S ate ,;••. kholdei under the pro\ I-I..M.. .i i 'n iptel i" lx i Statute", nhowlng the dissolution ol • •! j.. r.i lion. Now, i'i. r.-i-.i... the Seen ar> of Si I te dnea h i.v • • h i for< Coins and tl 1*1 lM %  >at >!:; il that tin%  in%  .• in .. law ha i* I plied I'II. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, T liavi hereunto sel ni) hand ind ha\e Stffixed the Oreai >• il "t tht Stat, ,it h IIM Ida, at Tallahussi • I • Cap %  : ] ithe TEN1 li ilu) of \i M: H in i'"".i I -.., i Ti >M ADA MS Sei i % % % % %  • i \ .'t State i : • %  NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE Ni ITICE IS HEREBY UIVEV %  t,\ lirti f Chapter oT^ of Plorida Statutea Annotated tl'iii. Wan men an.i Wareho -• Ki wh .ni ACE-R B VAN LINES, INC., a Plorida corporation, by virtue ol it* wan house lien, ha* In It* p.--. • %  ion the following deacrlbed properl) Hi-.' ild I la Aa the pi opert) of Bi • %  : Allen, !>':.'. N W 36th SI eel Miami Sparng*. ii. and that on the I4th da) of April, 1961, during the legal hours "t sale, mslnl) between II ., forei • HI and 00 In th,afternoon, 18 N W 24th Avenue, M ami. Plorida, th,undersigned hall offer for sale to the hlgue*, Lnadei loi i-ash in hand the above deecrHaed property, a* tiuproper!) of Belt) Allen. I8SS N W Mth Street, Miami Spring*, I la Dated at Miami, Plorida, thi* 28th da) ol March, 1961 ACE R B VAN LINES, INC :: 31, 4 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN tl il thundersigned deeirlng to ei ti..-undei the fi. titio >name a THE BENHOAD COMP w x lorated) u 13." S.E 2711 Miami I >.,.!.• C inty, Plorld i %  %  i • | nam< with of the i 'in ill Co irl ol l ade I' unity Ploi Ida ROBERT HOADLEY, .IR HERN V.RIK1 l-ERNANI FRIEDM VN \ s*H VPIRl i \tt..i nej %  •' Tl e Benin i impan) not .: n-17 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAVV v ITII i-: is ii :i:i:r.v niVEN i u rage ii .... CNITKD INCENSE WuRKS \ \V l'. 'ii v• %  Mian I • vith the (lei if l hi .'..-• .-I •., .-. %  • !" Mi 'Rills \ %  %  %  HENRY Ni iRTON Vttori ••• • Ipplli anl • 106 Bi* u\ '!-• j/24-31 l'7-H NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEM I the undersigned, di in I'li-ui. *s under Ihe i li lltl HI* nami of I'MI'i 'KM RENT VL SERVK ISO All Baba Vvenue, l '|.a -IIM ... Plor Id* Intend ter anld name with the Clei k "' the Circuit Couri I ade Counts %  orlda NEWAY lN:h'ini .>, Tl >WEL SCPPI.Y OP H'i.4 IRIDA, INC \H iRTi N K"THENBERl I Attorne) foi Newa> I'nlform 4 %  Sunnl) "i Plorida, i". :: 17-24-31 i : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN I Ihe undershrni rt, rteslt ng to encage 'i buaineaa under l he fiotiti SE lHOARD SOl'THERN CHEMIi AL %  IMP wi ni %  %  "•: s.w %  %  •— %  Mia •" Plorl i.i -•• i r.i mi .nil the ''.IK ol %  %  i %  t t of Dade en %  • da CHARLES -v SLATE : Sole i i %  -•' HERMAN Ci iHEN Al torni ) foi Appllc nt ... i 'ongress H ,1c Mi inn Ploi Id -';: : : ;4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I lie in lei xlgne I, dealrii g to engagi busines* under the Mt"..i ime of LIOHT ASSI KMATES U 210S N.B 124th SI • %  t. North Miam Fi i la ft! t, n,i to %  egisti %  --. i name *itl I • of the Circuit Court i 'ouut). Horide SIDNEY 1 LU5H i' S' 'I. .1 LIOHT .... M I | IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR D*OE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 519C -A IN RE Esi • %  %  ROY CHARLI I'. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and Al or 1' in..' 'Vgninsl I Estati >i ht-reli • i %  %  %  • •,i • •• i, • '' B i • i li • i • Plorida. w i th ii %  i %  %  I: N N %  i S : Vtl • • %  223 Arngon PI : I 14 7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< ITICE is HEREBY 'il\ EN I al the undersigned, desiring to engage In buaineaa un ler the fii titioua name "i I'HAS'I: BCILI ERS il Mil S.K 14th Avenue, North Miami Beach P In intend* to register %  %  '< name with tiuClerk "f the Circuit Court ol Dade i 'ount). Florid* JOB OERTLKR, INC B) .' -' ;• %  • %  '• %  '. i %  KOVNER A M \\NHi:iMKi: Attorney* for Joe Oertler, Inc 3 24-31.4 T-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th; the undersigned, dealrlns to encase In buarne.-s und.-r lli" ii.-titious name of Howers ii\ .le pallia at 11711 Bl*cayn* Houlexiird Intend* t" regi.-ter .-.ml name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court "' Dade County, Honda. i* >i otts CAS ni.:.•. --..le Owner 1:1.1 BRBOER MI....H... for v. %  • .nt C.'" I.inc'In R 3/31, I T-ll-^1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai I,,, undei %  engag* in IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA IN PROBATE No. 52031 C IN RE: Batata, "f MAI KICK L KAPI'I.OW. 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FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47000 IN RE Estati JAMES S !f 'OTI.i: IF*. 1 ,.., ,....1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cred %  N ersons Having 'lalm* i > I I >•' Id I Islate \ hereby not • i I i %  to present r %  demand* In, 1 .... a 11 i\i iguinsl ; %  : ii,.. %  JAMES H Bi .I'I'M: IR de. ,. .1 i it ..i i... i. a) to thi • and file Ihe same In thi iffice* n the Count) Courthousi %  '• Cout i %  %  tr.im the date of the luWication here>l • "•' w '" : "' ,,: r "' 1 THEODORE Administrator Cuit ento \. • KENNETH OKA Itl rue) 14)7 Lincoln K""! x i i TOU are hereby notified and required! hereoftor the -anie will he barred to present any claims and demandETHEL M. -^LOMAN. Executrix which you may have against the .-.-( .!• llli'MAKD AL1 sHl I.Hl of MAt'Ri'i: L. KAPPiiOW deceased late of Dade County. 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Page 16-A +Jeist n*ri1 *r Friday. Apt?., J The Birchers By MAX LERNER A fnen.l whose judgments of events are usually sharp as wen a cool asked me whether we are not overestimating the strength and danger of the John Birch Society movement. M> answer was tha Strength is not yet great, but the danger is real Actually many people still do not know about the movement 01 i/.-d by Robert Welch, Of Belmont. Mass., which has .-trick deep r roots on the Pacific Coast, in the Middle West, and in Texas than it has .1yet in the East itavowed intent is to fight communism, as was the avoi ed intent once of a man called McCarth) But McCarthy was .. o! judgment compared to the Bircher.-. or Wclchers. v. ii 1 count hower, Warren and Dulles among the % supporters or dup< ol 1 THIS is, OF COURSE, an ultr which fe on the fears and frustrations of our Age of Overskill, ;• 1 seeks l • itself in the flag in the tried an,! approved fashion oi anti-freed< anti-democratic groups. Despite the tact that communism iweaker in An 1 anymodern industrial countrj ii plays up the dai 1 i sub version from within rather than the real and menacing I 1 t R issian imperialist expansion from without. By missing the to America, and spreading fear and suspicion within the nation, it en.s American democracj in its tesl of survival against a tough and re1 urceful enemy There was always a bar:! core of fanaticism in the McC • v< men! which did not disappear with itfall. Thai hard asserting itself, especially in those states where the soil ar opinion favor the notion that the political, religious, and ii leaders ol the nation in i*>t!i p re under a Comn ewitchment. BUT HERE THE COMPARISON with the earli The Birchers don't have a political leader like McCarthy wi h a seat 111 the Senate, and with an elect! ral responsibility to th( pi i| '\ Welch started himovement in secrecy, and workbehind the scenes McCarthy fed or, publicity, while until now Weld avoided it. McCarthy had a Senate committee to work with whose hear ings gave him national headlines, but Welch has had to rely on hior j skill across the country. But the biggest difference is that much of the strength of McC movement came from Catholics who felt he was leading them 01; an anilCommunist crusade against enemies the government could not handle Today however, there is a Catholic in the White House, and it wjuld be Mrange indeed if his fellow Catholics were to count him a Communist supporter or dupe. NO ONE CAN SAY NOW whether Welch hope.-"some day to run America in his own way. nor am I interested in guessing I do know that if his movement rolls up strength, it will mean that the sell -appointed vigilantes of the thought police will refuse teachers, preachers and writers the credentials of their own version of Amencani.-m The first step in such a movement is to tell the people of each community whom they cannot listen to or read. The next step will be to tell 'hem whom they can listen to and read. I DON'T BELIEVE that the temper of the nation i. ready to accept tins easily. I think that Americans have learned from their past experiences. In California, which is one of the centerof strength of Welchi-m the students of the University of California at Santa Barbara have been enrolled in cells for keeping a watch over the faculty and checking up on their "loyalty." Fortunately Chancellor Samuel B. Gould haexpressed hisense of outrage at this poisoning ol the college atmosphere Gov. Edmund Brown has asked the state Attorney General to make an inquiry into what makes the group tick The conservatives in California show an equal awareness of its da". ger not only to the nation as a whole but to '.heir own conservative doctrine, The LoAngles Times, whose true-blue brand of consen : \ Republican loyalties is scarely open to question, harun a series articles on the Birchers, and an editorial soberly but firm tin1not conservative doctrim but is destructive ol it. Richard Six wrote a letter supportii \ the t.ewspapei stand Unhappily, many • the other letter writerwere a living documentati in of the fear and hal syndrome, so hysterical thai it has losl faith in democracy RELIGIOUS LEADERS ARE amon whom the Birchers h tned to attack and smear Among them 1Dr. Eugene Carsoi Blak head of the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S., who has ipenly called the Birch Society's methods "Fascist." 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S A B E L GROVE n J Because Mrs Faye Tupler will bo on the high seas Apr. 9. her kildren planned a combination bon voyage and birthdaj party for ti Tu -day evening at King Arthur's Court and made It a comn-usurprise Engineers of the devious plot were daughter and on in-law Sylvia and Lester Levy, ditto Jeanette and Gershon Miltw and -on Leonard and wife Sharing in the excitement was a.w'.mother, MrHarry Port man, but Hie hour was too late for i four small grandchildren Mrs. Tupler sailed Wednesday on c Queen Mao ind will visil France, Spam and Ital) before spenda two month• Israel where she plans to attend the Eichmann rial For the last lap of her sojourn, she v II swing around %  tanbul, Athens, Frankfurt and London, returning in August on hi SS I'nited States • When G and Martha Schwartz return from Israel this i wil be tor a brief stopover The) will continue i westward to Santa Barbara. Calif., for the celebration of ic 60th wedd anniversary of George's sister and husband %  Lnd a visit with former Miamian Mrs Belle Re le&oaugh, Martha's later Pure sentiment dictated the choice of th.ss Leonardo da Vinci )r lt'ii and Alyce EU's return voyage iron; Europe in June pies spenl their honeymoon on an Italian liner jut 30 years ago I i r ;> -:ar:Ipr B, with a flight to New York and 'hen to Israel r thn e week. Continues in Italy with a month livi led between tome. Florence, Lake Como and Genoa Last si ip will he the | hotel in M nticatine Alyce wantto give %  personal mesige %  Man i, wner of the Elite -hop there from her partner Mrs. iei Krenskj Krel Co ... Vnother couple married HO years, Dr. aril Mrs William 'Pearl' iander. came Up with a triple celebration thiyear on Mar 31 nniversary was combined (as it has for four years now) wth randson Maurice's birthday (he's the son of Dr. and-Mrs. Ronald landeri ami first Seder night (lathered round the traditional live board at 'heir home. 1301 Flamingo Way were also Mr. and %  rs Nathan SchwartX, Maurice's maternal grandparents, from bler-<'n. N.J. SJ •• setting served abackground for a reception in honor of ir. Philip Stander's engagement to Marilyn Leichtman on Mar. 19 %  luoise and white in flowers ami candles created the decr for the dinner gi\en in honor of the 35th wedding anniver|r\ • >; Mr and Mrs. Da\id (Rose) Freedman. of Cora! (Tables, by sister and brother-in-law, Sid and l.ou Margulies. last week -< so blond, looked lovely in an ice-blue sheath Daughter I a senior at the University of Miami, left the next nay tor uisiana to spend her vacation with brother Edward, who is a reK'IT tr the Shreveport News and a commentator on radio there in it Is, that although he was unable to be With his family ^r th( celebration, ho will hear about it in detail from Su.-an Attractive ReLons (Dr. Williami Wickman had a very flatternee on her recent visit to New York Backstage at the th Street Theatre during intermission, the director asked if she ingenue replacement for the show "IS Daughters," which t to launch a road tour MrW who iso good in all le Prop -how-, said a reluctant "no" Actually, she was there say hello to Honey Sanders, whose non professional name iiapir< She. husband Albert, their three children and two huge dogs Ived not too long ago. on La Gorce dr. It was here that she and lel.on-tarted in amateur shows together Honey went on to lock and then to Broadway and a party in "13 Daughters." in which "ie also was understudy for the lead. Sylvia Sims The family )w live on Sands Point ReLons is back on Sunset Island 3 w.'.h % r husband and two sons. Best laid plans, etc. When Ernestine Klein, president-elect Indian Creek Division. National Council of Jewish Women, left r Pittsburgh to attend Council's convention there, she was confirm that husbar. 1. Joseph, would have adequate companj in sons Tranklin and Leslie ... But she had barely boarded the pi ine when "i.nikhn. vice president of the Kej Club at Miami Beach High, was lected a delegate U> the State convention and immediately left for Jacksonville ... That left Leslie, who is with Miller. Bacon Advertising, but not pr long ... He was suddenh called to Ft. Pierce on bu.-ine-pince Pittsbur^:. the Kleins' hometown they came from there nly seven yearago), Ernie Mayedon a few days after the convenon lor a visit with her familv But everything worked out finally All the travelers mani to be back in time to celebrate Leslie's 26th birthday with him i id with dad. SHI s-a s-c Honor guest at the cocktail party and buffet supper held under | large tent a the Southwest Miami home of Mr and Mrs Murray iretsky (Jackson-Byron exec) Mar. 26 was daughter Molly, who i.i.t observed her Bas Mitzvaa that morning at Beth David • %  [V lily's swi i tcess and sinceril\ -hone through at the evening candleB cer< %  .is brightly as in her prayers during the morning bervice Among the many guests were the Joseph and Sam 1 ns, Dr. Lester Stepner, and wife. Sarah, the At Goldmans and 11 Leonard BarrstMrs. B. lathe host's sister).. Mrs. Samuel T Sapiro, chairman of the Women s Division or PTedars of Lebanon Hospital development fund, hosting 8 colfee Jin her Coral Gables home Thursday morning to honor the Women s A (ciliary of the hospital now initiating its fourth year of activity Al Goldman d'u Manchu) and his Ruby married 21 years [Apr 7 Birthday -panned a weekend for Faye when husband, Dr Harry • took her t > Palm Beach to celebrate. -* • HC Birthdaze: Mr. and Mrs. Irwm Liss ZTgrandparents for the first time via daughter Betsy and her husband, Robert roller, or i-impa Born Mar. 28. the baby's name is Michael Eric Entire Liss family is now in Tampa for the bris That includes Gerry, who attends the I'mversity of Miami, Bfl 1 Susan who tnuls h. r-elf a bona fl le aunt at 16 .. New arrival Bradlev Benjamin, born Mar. 3. joins brothers Keith. 11, Mark, 10. and Scott, 7 Parents of tne al.-boy team • Mr. and Mrs. Cal Kovens. of N. Bay rd. The John Monahans, he's convention sales manager for Sam Friedland's Dipiamat. expecting a second dividend from the store 1 Ma 3 | • • • f It was Apr. 1, but this time Jody wasn't fooling After a 1 Ise alarm-and an unnecessary tup to the earlier in the E. the Marvin Kimmel (Lincoln Mall atl weighing v. ,: %  : %  thai very da) Hapj Se Kimmel with an even do/en grandchii Iren already. looking orward to the 11 who will follow thinew one. the M "]fe wislli FloiridliLairi Miami, Florida, Friday, April 7, 19b 1 Section 3 Sinai Sisterhood States Specker A luncheon and special prowill highlight the regular no n ol the Temple Sinai Sis terhood on Wednesday noon in the Temple au itorium. Michael K olish lecturer psychology and philosophy, will speak or "The Art of Relax for Ihe Purpose ol Removing Tension." K illi-h writefor a nui nationally known magazines, in cluduu "The Nation Mrs. Avraham Harman. wife ot the Israel Ambassador to the United States, arrives in Miami to be auest speaker at the recent annual donor of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women at the Deauville hotel. Greeting Mrs. Harman are Mrs. Milton Green. Council president, presenting flowers to the arrival, and Mrs. Moses Meyer, vice president. 1,000 B'nai B'rith Women to Convene On Beach Apr. 24 28 for Biennial Two top echelon women :r. the new administration w:Il explore the changing role of women's organizations at the 19B1 biennial meeting of B'nai B'rith Women at the Carillon hotel in Miami Beach on Apr. 24 to 28 Convention keynoter Mrs Esther Peterson, assistant to the Secretary of Labor and director of the Worn en's Bureau, and Mrs. Elizabeth Rudel Smith. Treasurer of the United States, will speak on problems a changing world poses to volunteer women's organizations. More than 1.000 B'nai B'rith Women leaders and guests are expected to attend the 830 p.m. openUlg -es-ion Monday. Apr. 24, when the American Heritage Foundation and Radio Free Europe Fund will present special awards to the international Jewi-h women's service organization Guest speaker at the concluding luncheon session will be Label Katz. president of B'nai B'rith who will also install the newly-electe 1 B'nai B'rith Women on Friday. Apr. 28. Among those to take office are Mrs Gerald P. Soltz. of Miami, in another term as president of District 5. and Mrs. Alfred Reich. Miami, president-elect of the district A first-hand report of the Adolf Eichmann trial will highlight the evening session. Apr. 27. Arnold Forster. civil rights director and general counsel for the B'nai B'rith. Anti Defamation League, plans to address the delegates directly after his return to the United States from Jerusalem where he will attend the trial. During week-long meetings, expert-led work-hops and discussion groups will examine the status of women and the challenges facing women's organizations, according to Mrs Charles D. Solovich. presi dent of the 125.000 member organization Menorah Women Champagne Donor "Le Chaim—To Life" theme of the champagne luncheon spot -ore I by Te Menorah Sisterhood on Wi noon. •'The Happy Verdict a play pro duced and directed by Mrs R ib ert Bloch. and Cantor Edward Klein in a group of songs will com pri-e the program. In charge of the '.vent are M dames Ray Morse and Ben Bi; chairmen. Al Schwartz. Lawr A Weston and Jo-eph Feldman. decorationMrs. A. Lou:Mechlonitz is president Israel's First Sports Car, Sabra, Be Premiered at Women's Division Lunch Miami has been chosen for the American premiere showing of Israel first sports car. the Sabra. it was reveled this week by MrJack Katzman. chairman of the Women's Division for Israel bonds. Mrs. Katzman announced that the American debut of the Sabra Will take place at a luncheon on Tuesday, Apr 23 at the Westview Country Club, under the auspices of the Women's Division. In tribute to the unveiling of the Sabra, there will be a showing of the latest -ports cars models from many countries around the world, including the Ferrari. MercedesBenz, Porsche. MG. Jaguar and many others A highlight of the event will be a special showing of haute couture sables, by courtesy of Mr. Herman Of Lincoln Maul Mr.1 S. Popick will he chairman of models; Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan will imentator coordinator of the show, and Mrs Inez Krensky will be chairman of hostesses, Mrs Katzman sai I that 1961 Israel Bond Bar Mitzvah sponsors, purchase of 11,000 in Israel Bonds. te eligible to attend. Engineered In the continental i i Sp ni is a h built, ty i exclusive de. ; which will be premier.'1 in M The body is precision molded in strong Fiber glass. Featureof the body include hood assembly hinged at tront. curved laminated glass windscreen, and leather-upholstered bucket seats. Garden Clubs In Flower Shows Three thousand members fro n 67 garden clubs in the area have combined to present the Metropolitan Miami Flower Show, with the theme. "Designs for Living.'' Show time is 4 p.m. to 10 p.m Friday after judgehave picked winnersi 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.. Saturday and Sunday: and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.. Monday, at Bayfront Auditorium. Mrs E R. Greenfield is show Israeli Consul To be Speaker Amiel Brown, new Israeli Consul here, will -peak on Techmon. Israel's school of science and technology, at a brunch Tuesday. 11 a.m.. at the home of Mrs. Bernari Stevens, 6190 Montgomery dr s > Miami. Mrs Irving Lehman, member of the Women's Division, na: hoard of the American Technion Society, will he CO-hostess Greater Miami chapter of the Women's Division is sponsoring th? aftair. and MrJoseph Wertheim member of the national board, wi 1 attend. tn* Viewing photos oi Israel's first entrant in the sports car field, the Sabra, are (from lelP Mrs. Ben Essen. Mrs. Jack Katzman, and Mrs. Inez Krensky. Mrs. Katzman, chairman of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds in Greater Miami, was hostess at a coffee in her home las', week to discuss plans for the American premiere showing cf the Sabra. The debut will take plac 3 at a luncheon at Westview Country Club on Tuesday, Apr. I:. Mrs. Krensky is chairman c: hostesses.



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Page 2-B Jfen/s#> flcrk/iari Fri day, Apri l 7,^, Cooking Corner Mildred li. Rnlill Treat for Last Days of Passove (2 law Apples 1 tablespoon lemon juice 3 4 teaspoon gratedJemon rind Planters peanut oil Topping Ever since Colonial days the tar; fresh Raver Of rhubarb has been welcomed as one <>i the blessings of spring. Although rhubarb is actual!} a perennial h-rh. it is used in cooking as if it were a Irui; Adding to its blessings are the ease and speed oi preparation. The older, tousjh stalks should be peel ed but youns and tc-nder rhubarb needs only to bo washed, leaves and loarse tipremoved, and the Iks sliced, to be ready for UN It is deliciouin pie alont or with Strawberries It blends with other fruits, too. and may be used in many puddings. The most well-known method of cooking Is as a sauce. It takes but a Jew minutes to add one-fourth cup water and one-half cup sugar to each pound of rhubarb cut into one-inch pieces, and to simmer until the pieces are tender Chilled, this sauce may be used as a break fa-t fruit, a relish for meats, or as a simple rle-.-ert with molasses cookies. Rhubarb >auce may also t>e more elaborately seasoned and baked, as in the recipe for spiced rhubarb uiven below. This too is equally delicious as a reli.-h or dessert. For a delicate, refreshing ice. puree rhubarb sauce through a line sii ve or in the blender, then freeze until almost firm. If the mixture should freeze hard, whip until fluffy Now working as fast as STEVENS MARKETS FEATURES ixi-.--.hi,' fo I in •> te stiff!} beaten •_:'j White l"i" each two cups oi the puree and return to the freezer until firm. Store in the tree/or so thai the ioa di.es not become hard VnOtber favorite method of preparation lto substitute the rhubarb for apples in the pudding *r.own aa brown betty. When made with pane margarine, this easily prepared des.-ert -olve the problem of what to serve with a family meat dinner. Although it is simple and wholesome enough for children, its rich flavor is equally satisfying for adults. SPICED RHUBARB m pounds rhubarb 2 sticks whole cinnamon p 3 whole cloves 1 teaspoon grated orange rind \ to 1 cup sugar to tas-e Wash rhubarb, and if not young and tender, peel the stalks. Cut into one and one-half-inch pieces and place in a greased one-quart casserole Add remaining ingredient-, mix well, and let the mixture -tand until some juice forms Bake at 375 dens F covered, until the pieces are tender but still firm Serve chilled as a relish with meat or as a dessetl Thijmount makes about two and one-half cups. RHUBARB BROWN BETTY 3 cup-rhubarb cul inch pieces 1' •_• cups finely dice.I white brea 1 cup melted butter or ko-her par\e margarine 1 tea-poon urate I orange r.nd 1 cup -u-.,: '%  teaspoon cinnamon '4 teaspoon nutmeg 1 J cup see lie-.raisins Use tender, youm: rhubarb and do not peel. Combine the bread with all the ingredients except the rhubarb. Place one-third of this mixture in the bottom of a greased 1 "-.-quart baking dish Cover with half the rhubarb piece>. then another one-third of the bread mixture Spread the remaining rhubarb over this, and top evenly with Here are -ome additional sugges lions for the most difficult <>t all part of your. J'a-.-over meal — de--,M; lime The regular part of your daily menu should not cause too much trouble the excitement involve i in making novelt) Kosher for Passover mealis sufficient t<> help the housewife over Ihis hurdle But desserts that are different. and that must be made with re the mis m well. V: I ;•..•.'•>alternately with water A 11 grated apple, lem ately after preparing | ult ,.. To fry heat 1 Ft IManter.pearTut oil l 2 cup sugar l teaspo in cinna i Be.it eggs Ul ; jnd foamy ,\d i sugar, salt and cinnamon and stricted ingredients, require best part <>t your imagination Fol too lowiuj -"'*' N :m helpM sugges is PASSOVER CHEESE CAKE Matioh Me*l Crust 3 4 cupmatzomeal 3 tablespoons -ugar 3 4 tea-poon cinnamon 1 4 cup melted Flei.-chmann corn-oil margarine Combine all ingredients thorough ly. Press into a 9-inch pie pan Bake in a moderate oven 350 Degs. F.. 10 minutes. Cool On .ill ice. %  11 w Cb*s Filling • 9 ounces (3 3-oz.packages) cream chee-e t> tablespoons sugar 2 egg yolk2 egg whites 1 cup sour cream Cream the cheese until soft \ 1 and cream in 4 tablespoons of the sugar Add egg yolk-, one at a time, beating until smooth aftei each addition Beat egg whiteuntil stiff but not drj Fold cheese mixture into beaten whitePour into cooled baked matzos meal pie crust. Bake in moderate oven 375 Degs F 8 in nutes. Combine sour cream and remain2 tablesp ions sugar P i u over baked cheese mixtui Bake 5 minutes longer Coo era! hourServe cold Makes h pie PASSOVER APPLE PANCAKE Pancakes 2 eggs 3 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon -alt 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 2 cup mat/omeal 1 2 cup water 3 cupgrated apple Mrs. Singer to be Honored MrIrving Liftman, pre.-ident ot Pioneer Women's Club, announces that the club will hold a luncheon -%  !--...,RaMV ... •< *.. — .., "lit MWIU tl i II H tltUU the rest of the bread mixture. l/ovto honor MrSarah Siti-ter on her er the baking di.-h. and bake at 350 degs. F. tor 30 minute.Re move the cover, increase the heat to 400 degs. F and brown the pud ding for 15 minutes. Serve warm — This amount makes 5 to 6 servings 7.">th birthday on Wednesday noon in the Star restaurant The club will also honor MrSinger "for her efforton behalf ot the Pioneer WomenChild Rescue Fund in Israel I # 6 N I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I V GUARANTEED PERFECT IF YOU USE SCALLOPED CHICKEN OF THE SEA Scallop potatoes just as you would with pieces of ham but use tender chunks of Chicken of the Sea brand tuna Here's a surpr.se dish with real substance, that costs next to nothmgj Serve with tossed salad and peas FREE: 'Creative Cookery;' 20 Tuna Tip* A recipes. Write Chuken oj the Sea, P.O. Box 2UJ, Long Beach I, California. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I THE PRIMP FILLET TUNA. PRESSURE BAKEO OUR OWN SPECIAL WAY TO PROTECT THE DELICATE FLAVOR £#£ and grated lemon rind i Frv pancakes immedi Using a 1 4 cup measw 2 batter mto ho. fa. Fl 3 „ en ; cakes Slightly. 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[Friday. April 7, 1961 MmM fkridfon Page 3-B Cuban Refugee Families Seek Out Aid Of Community Center to Tide Them Over Fashion show profits will equal scholarships Apr. 10 when the Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs presents its annual .'cshion show at the Dupont Plaza hotel. All monies taken in r y the fashion show, depicted by Burdine's model Jane Shephara (left), will be turned over to Mrs. Sidney Weintraub (center 1 chairman of the Fiesta of Stars. The money will be used 3or University of Miami scholarships for Dade county students represented by Sharon Farrell (right). UAHC Selects Camp Universe i rninn of American Hebrew D •. r gations has selected (.imp a .•! %  -• %  Oxford, Fla ai the site lv r its Southern Temple Youth PAfter Summer Institute" for its fctiiiiil year. nc< is divided into a boj • -.: -' campus, each completel) • and separate from the rest are concrete block with ja.. indows. Th. fireproof livquarters contain modern nil. providing sanitarj fa %  washroom, .mil hot and cold : The maximum housing in is limited to it n camp their counselor Housing in oak hammocks, provid.i cool, restful retreat anytime : i lay or evening. One hundred and ten acres, th? • lores of three-mile Lake ic-3 make up Camp Universe. Cat*-p Universe is a mMibtr of rhe American Camping Assn., [National Riflery Assn., and the • American Red Cross Water %  Safety Program, with unit awards each act'vity, and banner awards to each camper for character and activity achievements. American Red ( ross %  approved instruction is. u>< d in .• I 1 camp" water sports, which include swimming, skiing aqua-planing, rowing, canoeing, sailing and fishing, (.'.imp Universe has a modern infirmary with the very latest medication on hand There a regist< red nurse on duty 2-1 hours ,, day, Miamians Peggy and Mac Mermen, who direct (amp I'nivi tiave a long timi bat kground in camping Winter finds Mrs Mermell working tor civic and charitabli orgai izatiom Mr M< rmell is ,i practicinf rnej and certi ned public accountant. Special guidance • also in at Cam] I Rivers J n d Fndaj • vices ar ft i An o\ i all %  er i nselor ral kit A Memorable Summer for Your Youngsters Camp Lakeside £ For toys o*d Girl. 3 ] Norton Segal Jerry Nudelman Winter Addreti 5W 3rd St Miami. Florida G-ad ANC Bd of Health On Beautiful Lake Oscec!a Hendersonviile, N. C. Riding • Water Skiing • Sports Arts, Crafts and • F-eld Programs Phone FR 4-1380 Cuban refugee families are being served in increasing numbers at all branches ef the Greater -Miami Jewish Community (enter, it was revealed here by Efraim H. Gale, executive director. 'These families, uprooted from their normal society and means of livelihood, have come to the Center lor urgently needed services, the most important of which has been day care tor children of preschool age."' Gale declared. Such families, usually in sharply reduced circumstances, someMiami Groups Fete Child's Day Nine of the groups comprising the Miami chapter of Hadassah held parties Monday in various institutions throughout Dade county The parties were in honor of World .l< wish Child's Day. Tikvah group celebrated at Variety Children's Hospital. Other observances included: Menorah group. National Children's Cardiac Hospital: Ciai group. American Children's Home; Aviva group, Dade County Children's Home; Naomi group. Hope School for Retarded Children Torah group. Haven School for Retarded Children: Albert Emstein group. Jackson Memorial Hospital; Miami chapter personnel. Rehabilitation Center for Crippled Children: Weizmann group. St. FOseph Villas Orphanage; and Ml Scopus group, Cerebral Pals) Assn. MD's Invited To Seminar Physicians oi Dade county are invited to attend the second annual pulmonary disease seminar, it a.m. 5 p in.. Sunday. Apr. 16, at the Di am ille hotel Final programs are now in the hands oi general | ractitioners and internists Member* of the Acai I General Practice who at•. rid H ill receive credit hour: : -• ation, one .' %  eminai know the -' • east rhej are Dr Julius L Wilsi !'. ( ation. \ i \ I Dr. Hi rman ,i Mo< rs< h, direi tor of edui at n It, Ann Chesl %  -. Chicago, III. Dr Jack Reisi. ( ral i ial li s, is ; n: ( hairman, assist" d by Dr, i. Bisenman, Hialeah, ai d Dr. Charles Tate, jr., South Miami. Donor Luncheon Tuesday B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will have their annual donor lunch eon Tuesday noon at the Americana hotel Highlight Of the program will be .i group of singers presented by Marie Balaban, accompanied by pianist Bert Duckman. Mrs Herbert Heiken is chairman of the fund ion. CAMP UNIVERSE OXFORD, FLORIDA BOYS and GIRLS 5-15 WATER SKIING HORSEBACK RIDING DRAMATICS ARTS and CRAFTS SAILING ATHLETICS CHARM and MODELING One All-inclusive Fee Including Laundry and Transportation 4 Weeks or 8 Weeks FOR BROCHURE WRITE OR PHONE PEGGY and MAC MERMELL FR 4-5115 or FR 9-6883 1900 S.W. 3rd AVENUE MIAMI 36, FLA. times consist only of mothers and children where fathers were unable to comewith them. The mothers need to find employment, and seek out the early childhood development program of the Center as a means of providing car* for young children, *s well as helping these children to adapt themselves to a new culture. For older children, the Center is making available its summer day : camp program as a means of tiding them over the long summer months and helping them to make friends and learn American customs, while the parents are freed ii earn a livelihood Stalf reports considerable progress thus far in the adjustment of these' Cuban children. They have been rapidly* picking up the American language idiom and have in turn been helping their little Miami friends to learn how to speak Spanish. Financial support, through a scholarship program, has been made available to help serve these families in their time of need. sunshine fashions trend setter In the south Shop Burdi-e's for the South's widest assortments best in vaiues newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop monday and friday nights, mi.mi miami beach 'til 9 163rd tr*t, ft lauderdale watt palm beach til 9 30 at BABY TIME Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your .life. HI 84994



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Pcge 4-B +Je*ist fkridlten Fridoy. April 7, 19^ Local ORT Units Plan Meetings • 1 %  >RTs %  Islanders ebapttr 11 30 .' %  • 5 he I'I. .< %  : si ] Ol Gcc*f*r Miami %  hotel. : i K Mid > ••''• %  speaker • • South Miami chanter meeting Tuesda; 1 it Hi • Lobsl : Africa" %  mi -1 • %  will S %  I Beth Torah Congregation will present "Nine George Katzman. Bobby Lee. Vic Viewers. Hcrto Five." c two-act musical comedy, at North old Brown, Susan Weitz. and Martin BeckerMiami Senior High School on Saturday and man. Director is Lester Friedman. Wn.er was Sunday evenings. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. Lenore Brooks. In charge ol reservations is Left to'right, rehearsing ior opening night, are Sally Zwerner. Surf side Women Plan Luncheon Women's Division of the Chamber of Commerce and the Surf BalBaj Library Assn. are having a luncheon, card party, hat fashion show and spring get-together Thursday noon, Apr. 13. at the Americana hotel. Funds raised will provide rental and maintenanee of the library building, including lighting, airconditioning, printing and publicity This is in addition to funds allocated for books. Models appearing in the Jordan Marsh Hat Show are Mesdames Morris Kroop, William Shanbrun. Edythe Michaels. Louis Beller. Edward Harris. Irving Witz. Beulah Butler, Harry Cain. Benjamin Selingut and Miss Enid Lee. Hostesses for the afternoon are Mesdames George Israel and Martin Block, chairmen. Daniel Wolfe. Fred Katz^ Alice G^ Re.nhe.mer I ^ j is Qwarded to he Grealer Florence Greblin. Abraham Gorr\ c „ v ~ ., ,-, 1 < ? • u ir .u don and Sonia Na.man Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, one of the Mrs. Beulah Butler is pre.-uient. winners in the Ship-A-Box contest lor the greatest number of —. %  I boxes oi learning and play materials sent to kindergartens in 1 Israel during the year 1959-60. The award was made at the NCJW biennial convention held in Pittsburgh last month. With the cooperation of the Bureau of Jewish Education. 30 religious and Sunday schools in the Miami area participated in the Chanuka Ship-A-Box project. Shown receiving the qavel is Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president of Greater Miami Section, from Mrs. Edward Weiss, Ship-A-Box chairman, while Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, offers congratulations. %  mi Be > : er 1 t, %  i pi M fS Louis Hob< : %  • %  h raeli daw 1 > North Miami cr-pter will Dr. Richard Grwrbaun ; ychologist. speak on Thi R I • ol the American Woman in Societ> The meeting will be 1 evei ing. Apr. 13. at the Clover Leaf Bowln Lane on rl 441 • Coral Gables chapter luncheon meeting Tuesdaj noon is at Temple Junior Hodassoh Dance Shashonah-Avivs Junior Hadas -ah will present "An Around the World Open Hoose" on Sunday evening, Apr. 16. a: Hillel House on the University <>i Miami campus. All young adultare invited to the dance function Miss Ehrens is president KM her L'KOVED PESACH NOW! LI >IIVS MARKET 1435 Washington Avenue WISH THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS A HAPPY PASSOVER MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-free Su>rine twnsTiB "•'H'ntr SWEETER THAN SUOM TIT NO EOOD VAIUE ftfC0nii>lfr jt4 t So-lOU fOf diabctm o.ftwti|Ms vt 10 calorie diets Use tot beverages, desserts, cocking Pure. CompteKly hj'mlesv 4 ej. ISi suNTir D MON rmNl AT fOOO STORES EVERYWHERE Gables Chapter Donor Luncheon American Medical Center at Denver, home of the Eleanor Roosevelt Instituti ncer Rest arch, will be the recipient of the funds e Co Gabl< chapi at %  •• Inesdaj noon. Apr. 19. al tl e hol At in the Algil rs hotel \\< dl • %  lay May 10, the foly-eh cted %  ffici rs wiU be install) Mesdames David Bendell, presi. Irving Wallick. vice pr< denl. Philip Plaks, case i hairman; Max Bogner corresponding secretary; Ul i rt Roseni financial :• tar) and s<: n our blumenthal. recording si i retai 5 TETLEY TEA TO SERVE OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS McArfhur Jersey Farm Dairy Will Provide KOSHER Products MILK CREAM SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH YOUR DRIVER or CALL PL 4-4521 — 6851 N.E. 2nd AVENUE A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom Tov spirit in this fine tea..."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and picas* ure with your fleishigs and milchigs and between meal refreshment... KOSHER SLICED CORNED BEEF all WILNO PRODUCTS are KOS'liJC I Oil PASSOVEB ISE Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashrufh Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Deeo rich mellow tasty... / 0CHLISS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy It sliced or in a 1 '' tasty chunk t< sandwiches, on* salads, canapes .. breakfast, lunch, per and in' It's the ono everybody loves for true ta'am oi laud! Ta'am of r/ Switzerlar



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Friday. April 7. 1961 Jewish fkrUSatn Page 5-B %  Mf $. PHHIf THAU Brcndeis Group WiSI Install Officers Monday \ ncheon Monday in the Frcncl room %  the Fontainbleau h >tel II be the occasion for Inn of officers of the Loins l< i -. deis group of Hadassah i serve the group lor the year. The :"air has been planned by FTed Jonas, a past president. • d d< Us are being worked oul b> immediate past president Mrs. I >). Coplon. Officers to be inducted are president Mrs. Philip F. Thau; honorary president. Mrs. Fred Jonas; honorary vice presidents, Mesdames Uarl M Coplon. Edward Weintbom an I Mathilda Washton; execut %  : vice'president, Mrs Simei r. einback; vice presidents. education, Mr-. Nat Bernstein. >:t>< r-hip, Mr-. Abe Jaffee. progran Mrs Sam Buban, ways and m< ai drs Joseph Morn-. i • onding secretary, Mrs, financial secretary, membership Mi Vdele Borrok; r< i secret irj. Mrs Hern.ml so ta! seen tary, Mrs. K In in r, Mrs M .' l tarian, Mr schms trustees, llesGoodman, Ben Lipi %  rnai I >m and s> Iney igh Mai ol Fl Pierce, p.i ." i • %  Mr ol thi' Florida F< ration I W imen's Clubs, will IK ^stalling officer. Jacqi n Matt, coloratura SOprann ii be heard In vocal solos, with I %  Paul Csonka as accompanist. Mrs Haft made her New York >ut in 1951 at Carnegie Hall I • in 1952 at Town Hall. Loca she has been soloist at Bayfri Park concerts Acad. Students Present Play Pla) 111 honor of the Passover holidas vas presented by fourth M!. dents of the Hebrew Academy last week in the Academy audit oriur-'. Writtec by Mrs. Joshua Stadlan. Hebrew instructor a: the Academy. the playlet portrayed through music, ong, dance and narration the sigrifieaaea of the holiday in the histi ry of the Jewish people Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, r.troducel the program Student] participating wen' Stephen Reinhard, Anne Weiner, Jan Safra, Judy Solomon, Harry Becker. Laurel Martin. Geoffrey Temple. Mitchell Kellner. David Greenberg, Zvi Honor and Sandy Rosen. ia't-Atai Season Ends Championship title races donuI the scene u the 1960-61 jaialal season comes to a successful end at the Dania Palace. With a new pari-mutuel handle record all 1'ut assured, Dania Place aficionados turn to title races to see what will hrrpen. The Dania Palace ends itg season on Monday. Apr. 10. when all title trophies will be presented. PASSOVER GREETINGS HOLIDAY FROZEN FOOD ALE From Enjoy The Wonderful World of Frozen Foods With GREEN PEAS • 2 Pkgs.49 Pkg.29 GREEN BEANS CANDIED YAMS Pkg. 29 CRINKLE CUT FRENCH FRIES 2 Pkgs. 39 Asparagus SpearsPkg.49 FORDHOOK LIMA BEANS Pkg.29FRENCH GREEN BEANS 2 Pkgs.49 These BIRDSEYE Dealers Join In Wishing Their Patrons Every Happiness For The Passover Holiday BEACH FOOD CENTER 1421 Washington Avenue JE 1-0343 Miami Beach LUNDY'S MARKET 1435 Washington Avenue JE 1-5944 Miami Beach DAVIS FOOD CENTER 1108 15th Street JE 8-1695 Miami Beach ROYAL PALM MARKET 503 W. 41st Street JE 8-6761 Miami Beach NEW YORK MEAT MARKET 757 41st Street JE 1-6871 Miami Beach SUNNY ISLES FOOD STORE, Inc. 255 Sunny Isles Blvd. Wl 5-5611 BIRDS EYE FRUITS, VEGETABLES & POTATOES ARE KOSHER also BEEF, CHICKEN or TURKEY PIES • CHICKEN A LA KING • FISH STICKS • FISH BITES • BEEF, CHICKEN or TURKEY DINNERS and BIRDS EYE MAIN COURSES FOR TWO. SOME VWMMMB woon mnns EYE FREEZES FLAVOR



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Page 6-B >Jeist ftorrti&r) Friday, April 7, \%\ Props Plan Third Annual Dinner Martha Rave. Gloria DeHaven. Marion Colby and at least 30 other resident entertainers are .-eheduled to he part of the {littering cast which will highlight the third annual props "Academ) Rewards'" dinner ot the year on Sunday. Apr 23 in the Casanova room ot the Deauville hotel. Tagged, see America First," the show will be written and directed by vice president, Patsy Abbot, and prod iced by president, \. Paul Pollack Formed three years ago, the ] ips have used their slogan oi ove, loyalty, -m^ laughter" to for their l< ss fortunate colleagues in show business To date. 110.000 has been turned over to the AGVA Foundation Home in South Fallsburgh, N V with another S35.OO0 due towards the Home's medical building. \n additional highlight of the Show will be the presentation ot the third annual •Jerri" Award. Named after its tounder president. Jerri Kruger Pollak, the award has been presented in the past to Edye Gorme and Diosa Costello. The winner's name is no: disclosed until the evening of the aftair. rickel chairman is Mrs. Lawrence Hair. 7:30 P.M. MONDAY, APRIL 10 FREE TO EVERYONE FRIENDS OF Bernard "Bernie" BERMAN CANDIDATE FOR COUNCIL GROUP 2 NORTH MAMI BEACH Invite YOU AS THEIR GUEST TO THEIR All Star Show FEATURING •Mi 'ABUIOUS TUNE TOPPERS MAGlC HANDS Of REMARKABLE RUBIN AND TRIO THE SMOOTH HI-GUYS TRIO PIANO STYUMGS OF MARK WAYNE ROCKING RICK-TONES TOPS IN LAFFS + MIKE ZETZ FREE PONY RIDES FOR THE KiDS 6 30 TO 7.30 Refreshments For All AT II ea l 11 ii --i r I %  r s Corner of N.E. 12 AVE. & 163 ST. Pd I'.-i \-i\ DAVID BAR ILIAN Eichmann Story On Radio.TV "The Trial of Adolf Eichmann." a special program previewing the trial ot the former SS officer charged with ma.'or responsibility in the Nazi crimes that killed millions of European Jews, will be presented on eh 7, WCKT, on Sunday. 6-Sii to 7 p.m. The program, to be narrated by Frank McGee, will mark the beginning ot the NBC News coverage of the Eichmann trial, which opens in Jerusalem two days later, on Apr 11 The NBC news team in Israel will include Washington correspondent Martin AgTOlUky, Rome correspondent Irving R. Levine, %  and Jerusalem correspondent A! vm Rosenfield The Apr. 9 broadcast w:ll review the background of Nazi anti-Semitism ;!h films showing the haras mei %  an I mass arrests of Ger man Jews and the attempted destruction ot Jewish culture It will then trace the career >t Eichmann in the SS and his role in what the Nazis called "the tina! solution ot 'he Jewish problem." Meanwhile. WCKR-FM will pre: sent a complete Eichmann trial preview on Monday. 8.05 to 9 p.m. Dial setting is 97 3 on the FM band Principal Kali to Speak Irvin KatZ, principal of Miami Beach Senior High School, will he ; guest speaker at the luncheon meeting of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith on Tuesday noon at the Rttz Plaza hotel DOG RACING Nightly except Sunday Bar-Man Will Be Heard Here In Barry Series Israeli-bom pianist David Bar[llan will appear in Miami on Monda) as gui sl artisl on the Barrj College Culture Series scheduled to be held a8 15 p m. in the college auditorium. The young pianist, who In a few sharl year* has carved oul an impressive musical record and w< i acclaim through :l < and Europe for his supreme tui sity, .a third generation Pi tinian His 'her was a composer ol liturgical music, and his fat nou one of Israel's el trical engineers, .also an accomplished pianisl He started his musical training in Haifa, and interspersed his studies with frequent trips to the continent, where he was exposed to the finest in European musical and cultural tradition. He came to the U.S. after winning a scholarship at New York's Juilliard School. After joining the Hagannah forces during the Israel War ol Inde pen lence Bar Ulan returned to his music and completed his studies a: Juilliard and the Mannei College of Music He began his pr i fessional career in 1954. and in January, i960 made his debut with the New York Philarmonic under the late Dinuti Mitropouloa The multilingual artist speaks Hebrew. Arahic and English fluently, and has a reading knowledge ol Spanish and German. Away from the keyboard, he is an amateur mathematician and an avid student of archeology and ancient history Mthou-h his interpretations ot the classics have marked him as "a poet of the keyboard." Bar Ulan is equally at home in the modern idiom, \ champion of the con temporarj composer. hC haintroduced man) works by iiis Israeli countrymen, like Starer and BenMaim He played first performances ,>f Robert Starer's Piano Concerto, written especially tor him. in Boston and Cincinnati under the baton of Thor Johnson, in New York under Wilfred Pelle'.ier. in Buenos Aires and London, and on CBS TV's Look I p A n d Live.' With the CBS Orchestra and Alfiedo Antomni. Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, fleeing the burninq of .* in a scene from one of the world's most honored pictui "Gone with the Wind." now in its second week at Wometco'a Canb. Miami. Miracle, and 163rd Street Theatres. New York String Sextet will appear Apr. 11 at the White Temple in another of the Friends of Chamber Music of Miami ser.es. City of Hope Variety Show Mental Health Film Showing The first showing in Miami of the prize-winning film, "Search for Sanity.'' will be held on Tuesday. 8:15 p.m.. at the Miami PublicLibrary t Biscayne blvd "Factors in Mental illness from Within and Without" will he the %  Subject of the film-disciissi(, n p r o gram l)r George Jacobson. ps\ I cbiatrilt, and Dr Murray Wax. assistant professor of sociology, Liu Versit) Ol Miami, will be the speak era. John Cronin, jr. will be chair man A variety Show including a ma yician and a comedian will be the hiehliuht of the entertainment plan ned b) the Miami Beach chapter City of Hop" on Sunday evening at the Roney Plaza hotel The City of Hope, in existence since 1913. is a national, free and non sectarian medical center en ed in research, medical educa tmn and patient care of those suffering from cancer, leukemia tu berculosis. heart and hereditai> di seases Performers or. Sunday will bf Carol Dunn vocalist; Rip Taylor, comic; the Three Jays, varietj act. and Howard Brooks magician President is Mrs Bernard Hoffman, and Mr' Frin Tubin : man of the function. MrM Heyman is in charge ot reservations. Chuck link of Sisterhood Chuck Zink. of WTV.I was master of ceremonies at an iponaored by Temple Betl Sisterhood on Thurs .,. al the South Miami Heigh'i Club. Included was to be I show and water ballet b) "• M metto High School swim '• ACTIONS KENNEL ^CLUB ADMISSION 50C-N0 MINORS(IAW) • D0U8H MASBIT LURE AND SINGLE STARTING GATE MX SCATS-PL 4 34S4 • COCKTAIL LOUNOt AND BARS • CLIMATE CONTROLLED. POST TIMS • PM PARKING 25c • No Tippmt TO* S*. mtrnt^t HX 2 mi C M. w. 7* tmM POST TIME 741 UalttlM 50 c lESEtVATIOafc %  ra %  •llT*t*4, n. lit-7 is 'h, nt si UULFSTREAM r- a P am a* \ n \mmjmu im w MW/W am r n/unmmm urn MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club SOLTH fcND Ol COLLINS UIM.I MIAMI BEACH



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Friday. April 7. 1961 ^Jmftti ffrricfi&n Page 7-B MUSIC AND Q THEATER t Xlh e s Levin Players Reveal Tribute Cast Remembered for their initial proStill three weeks away Irom proKDiott Harris Bernie Selevan. Lot I duction. ••.Miami Made," the Ternduction, eo chairmen Mrs Leonard tie (Mrs. Kmili Morton. Dr. Philip I pie Emanutl I'layei-, as formed ClnkiTTSn and Mrs. Myron Mitnick Stern. Col. Milton Blum and Miss ;i vear ago. announce a brisk sale of tickets JKr.fl MUSICAL SALUTE TO PEOPLE OF NAPLES Nathan Milstein. recognized throughout the world ;.< one of the creates! violinists of our time, will be flieet *oioist with the University i : Miami Symphony Orchestra at the season's eighth rair ol subscription ( %  %  ncerls Sunday and Monday evenings in Miami Beach and Dadc Couritv iditoriums. Fabu-n Sevit/ky will conduct 1'rocrammed as a musical salute to she city and pi ople of Naples. the concert will be tap.' recorded !<>r later br< Bdcasl to Italv over facilities of the United States Information Agency': Voice of Amer The salute, part ol the t's Government'i "Pi \ < to People" prois the seventh to he presented to foreign countries bj the L*niver •. ol Miami Symphony since 1954 Mr Milstem will perform Felix Mendelssohn': i oncerto for Violin i ;• minor. Major orchestral work will be Set kofiev's ( lassical j Other compositions to be heard inclutU L Preludes Liszt, ommemoration of Italy's centennial year ol l on, Renzo 1 ; Sonus from the l'..i;. of Napl( pr< .r.un wil .-. %  '" ai Vmerican ci I on. Frederick s 'Ephrosj ne (\ iTture i;Milstein, who will \M making hfis fourth a] hen since a Russian bj birth and an American bj adoptioi He made his concerl tour of Russia at 19, appea n recita nth .i close who was destined to become one of the • i ists ol his on Vladimir Horowitz Milstein first cat el the U.S. in 1929 i nfiinj with him a reputatioi me s. • ,•• his debut with the New V'ork Philharmonic 32 i 1. eared with that orcht stra more thai 0 1 > -. CARL FLESCH Ot^ VIOLIN PLAYERS S eeking of violinists. "The Memoirs ol l iMacmillan ve to be fascinating reading foi instrumentalists and music-lovers Ice The great viol teachei and thi i isl carried I manuscript igh h)2S Hison added a few pages about Flesch's last years — he in l<>44 Joachim, Auer, Hubay, Hubermann Kreisler, Sarasate, Klman. •/—all are discussed and analyzed ofl %  Flesch : >ome time m Paris, and also h.is much to saj about violinists ol •• French school, such as Marteau and Thibaud. Flesch writes vcrj rtlj it times and never pulls his punches But tew men ot his rJaj were greater authorities on 'he violin and v olin playing, and whatever he says musi he considered with respect does Pleach confine himself entirely to violinists. Anecdotes about i any musicians are sprinkled through the pages, For man) years, he music with Artur Schnabel. and there ar i tin i few stories about real Beethoven Interpreterstories 'ha' help round out the pic • passed down to us in his hero-worshipping piano pupils, • • • SEXTET FROM NEW YORK IS FEATURED Friends ol Chamber Music ol Miami will present the New York Sextet on Apr. 11 at the white Temple Auditorium Renato i and Kees Keeper, violins, Paul Doktoi and Clifford Richter and Benar Heifetz and Janos Scholz cellos, whi is ol Ne foremost Chamber musicians, have i heir varied back inds and vasl experience lo form in this aggn al • embli : there has Ions hei i .1 prof iimd need For many years, the world oi chamber music h. ffered from the ce of a permanent group devoted to the performance ol tin quintets and sextets; these gems ol the iter; ur< hav< been I .: indeed they were heard al all, only when fiv< or -ix musicians < %  together for the particular occasion and with little time to re hearse The program her.Tuesday will feature Sextel in F major, op 24. Boccherini: Transfigured Night, Schoenberg and Sextet No. 1 in 'jor. op. 18 Brahms. • • • FINAL WORD ON VOICE COACHES ar Mis Albert: To conclude the information for VOW 13-year-old hter, Ann. who wants to become a singer Lei us per three years 1 • i the future Ann is now 16 and ready to start voice training. She eads many musical publications and thoughtfully -cans the advertiseir.ents declaring: "Singing teacher of Bel Canto." What is this -Bel i %  Bel Canto is no mumbo-jumbo. it is simply Italian for 'beautiful singing And what is l, autiful singing but a lovely voice used correct!) song? The correct w.iv to sing is natural and simple, but unfortunsadly lost In a maze ol charlatan teachers of voice," who have i ishroomed evi rywhere And who are the charlatan "voice teachers. r< the self-named experts who can not sing a note! rhej .ne verv often pianists, who do not call themselves what tne> imately are—accompanists or ooaches of music. Or again, the itan may be a former singer, who has never :• arned to sing corhimself, because he had the extreme misfortune lo have a know ti .ichor teach him. The charlatan voice teacher very often impresses a naive young rtudeni with tall tales of accomplishments, and is hardly modest about H It-praise. He has large collection of signed pictures ol celebrities all :IIwalls, promises to have Ins pupils in the Met m two years, and his pupils to "place the lone in the head and -pin it out. nils • tied information is given with great han l fl< urishes, and He displays zzle-dazxle piano technique II Jfau ionic across a teacher of that ilk. grabyOVT purse and run for the nearest exit. VIRTUES OF THE HONEST VOICE TEACHER Now let me tell vou what an honest-to-goodness voice teacher will do. To begin with, he Will physically demonstrate and teach you how i breathe correctlv. with the proper use of nature's -breath control he diaphragm He will show you how the diaphragm expands, like a 'tibberband. when breath is inhaled, how the tone takes the air it needs. pported by the expanded diaphragm, and how the diaphragm eon Cti when the air is used up by the tone tThis U\ also a must foi public speakers and wind instrument players.) \ real voice teacher will also physically show his pupil how tOOptn '< mouth and flatten the tongue so that outgoing tones and the throat not constricted. He will demonstrate this, and much more oy Physically teaching the proper principles of voice production until they "re mastered. When the pupil knows how to breath correctly and con Tol the flow of air. as well as how to open his mouth so that the tone CM c<*ino out he C3n sin LZ But alas, there are few who can teach these methods. Voice production is a dying art. thanks to the frauds—and the singers who have bx^m^ht correctly but wish to keep their art a secret Sincerely for "Shingle on Flaglcr Stieet." the musical play to be presented by the Temple Kmanu-KI Players on Apr. 22 through 24 at Miami Beach High School Auditorium Written and directed by Trixie Levin, the production is a tribute to the memory of the late former Mayor ol Miami. Abe Aronovitz. I One of the most lavish shows ever undertaken by an amateur group, its cast is composed of many prom inent citizens Heading the company is jimmy Rosenstrauch, who will play the leading role of the "fighting" mayor. Others include Hope Pomeranee, wife of ton-table Rocky Pomerance. Miriam (Mrs. Milton i Weinkle, Helene (Mrs. Murray Koretsky, Leonard Glickman, founder-president ol the Players, Special Concert Slated Here The All-Miami Youth Symphony, i.niii r the direct! n ol Robert Strasbourg, Will I ; % %  • National Music Week !'h special concert featurinj the nten ationaily known violinist. Joan Field, who will play the Bruch Violin ( • A second feature "i thi evening will bi thi ITsentation ol the Judge Kenneth and Samuel Oka composition award to three -(howl composers and a first performance for the winning composi tions Concert will be Sunday evening. May 7. at the Dade County Audi torium, and all funds raised will go toward establishment ol a music library for the Youth Symphony CARIB I MIAMI IMIKACLE > liNCOtNIOAD MIAMI ||A(H OMN IMIU 14] ( HUII St DOWNTOWN Open I I 45 MSACLE Mill COtAl GAMS Optn 12.30 TODAY THE SPECTACULAR ROMANCE THAT THRILLED MILLIONS! WVID 0 SE12N1CKS / MUCMIU S GONE WITH THE WIND •"CUM Mil S&St 'fA *S5P WIKHtK Of lO AC ADIMY AWARDS I Open 11 45 CAMEO 4-TIACK STEREOPHONIC SOUNO • Continuous Showing • Regular Prices WASH AVI S. OfOWOCN JUCAMPOBEUO NO. DADE NO INCMAM IN MICH N.W |7A *vt DEAN MARTIN SHIRLEY MicUINE Best Wishes from CLAUGHTON THEATRES CIRCLE NORMANDY TRAIL TO DAY warn WASHINGTON AVE .it '3th ST. ViAMI BEACH JE bJ02 Returned By Popular Demand THE GREATEST REVUE TO COME OU1 OH ISRA l-rr-! THE — xr '•"•" SABRAS -il^i. -i BAREFOOT DANCERS PIUS IEON SCHACHTER AND GITEl STEIN ON OUR SCKttN HO FUCHS m "The American Matchmaker" Mat 50c -Eve $1.00 HOLLYWOOD THEATRE, Hollywood r > > > r r r \r UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Sun., April 9 MB. Aud. 8:30 P.M. Mon., April 10 Dado Aud. 8:30 P.M. F ABIEN SEVITZKY NATH AN MILSTEIN PROGRAM A Musical Saluta to Naples. Italy I 'llMV • ,...!., .VI.nd.•'-.-• .h .i ItoNMcllini KM \.I :• %  l.i-/.' I • P • TICKETS $1.50 to $3.50 U.M. Sy Off.. WO 1 4960: V B. And.. JE 10477: Dade County Aud.. HI 6-9230: Cordelia'*. FR 3 -5123: Amidon'i, HI 6-2070 MlLsTtlN COMPLETE EICHMANN TRIAL BROADCAST ONLY ON WCKR m EICHMANN TRIAL PREVIEW 8:05 — 9:00 P.M. MONDAY. APRIL 10 Complete Trial transcript with English translations 6:00 P.M. to Conclusion nightly, beginning April 13. WCKR FM 97.3 MC 'Day to day summaries on WCKR AM 610 kcs.



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Pace 8-B +Jenistfkridli3n Friday. April 7, I SGI fANNr ^Trances ow ehntan We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK Thirteen years i Fanny iMrs. Alfred Reich was very ill—so ill. ben tht rabbi came to see her. everyone thought that wi Fannj i 'ig)o h<-r>elf thai U she could only gtt utl!. -irj makf the world a better place in which to live The %  lerful pai rj is that Fanny id gel better, and she didn't she had 11 Sisti nood ot Temple Judea. B'nai H nth Women. Federation ol Jewish v> tmen. and CJA ..meng the activities in which .-he is in volved. When Fanny graduated from a girlschool in her middy blou.e. -he recieved one ot the it ci veted award — The Bluebird Alumnae Prize for the Girl Who Always Wore a Smile."' Just look at Fanny, and you knw why she got :h< prize. If then was that kind ol a prize By, she would ge; it all over again. Fanny met her hu>band on the beach at nej l-land. lie was playing in the band at famous Feldman's. Alter living in New York. they moved here in 1941 with their son Robert Robert is now living in Jacksonville with hiwife, Sandy The great news of the moment is that he is now a proud father; his son, Louis William, was born on his own birthda\ The Reichs lead a quiet life. Alfred, in addition to his business activities, plays the ba> violin. Every Monday, he plays concert music ir. the La Rondo Room. Fanny stays home and reads or knits. She is taking it easj right now. recovering from a broken leg which -he got at Ihi B*nai B'nth Youth's convention. No one pu-hod her; she .-tumbled i .' ay to the kitchen to put out the light. A: present, -he iknitting a -equin sweater Then'a deadline on lb< sweat* r which she warns to wear on June 9. when -he'll be installed a.pres entoJ the Fifth District ol B nai B'nth Women. WHAT A PARTY The yachts drifting gentlj at their moorings, the many-colored li^iit>. ci figures on the lavish buffet tables, tht strolling musicians a colorful background lor the engagement party that Mr and Mrs l.. uis Koren gave at their hotel, the King Cole, in honor of their daughter, M Mori R Goud Morton is going to have J lot ol new relatives Everyone wearing • irehid was one of tl bride-to-be's relatives, and there BI i med to U ( zens of them. Her sister, who looks so much like her MrFrederick i. Hew in from N't York. The exotic brunette who -at at the ton ousin, Mrs. Mike Lynn. rton's folks, Lee and • i udiss, were so thrilled that Morton's thei • was able to be at the party. Mr and .".i.'.ir Hoffman flew in lrom New York. So many ot Mortoi HI: elementarj school Acre there, including Kenneth and stei v • %  Lorber. also Nancy's folks the Morton and Mrs Arthur Treister. They ;ill were thrilled, ws proudlj presenti K and telling her wl wi • %  edding will in May, with only the immed oily TWO NICE PEOPLE to N irthu stern and met a law stud< ny S • lal annn %  It w as exactly ring nderbilt, ai d Harold %  • tht ; I M ami Sino tht Rifases couldn't go to %  the te %  %  irried, the) nnei in the Louis Phillipe room ol thi unit nds and relatives. Rutl and Han • white. • the men's boutonnit res wei • i • • HAVE YOU EVER BEEN TO ONE? ent's weekend i G nseville Chuck and Doroth) Feinbei i ame back Thej the excitt mem at tin Tau Fp-ilon Phi House. They duly admired the new houst i properly thrilled at the at 'i nner Friday night in the fraten i j house, enjoyed I irday brunch, and the danci Saturday I Each year, more and mine parents attend Parents Weekend. They should; they -tumid set 'here their moot At the dance, the freshmen serei ided tht couplet *'ho were i innk and Dorothy listened to their Bill— who had been in the infirmary all week with a cold-sing the lou est of ull They, no doubt, thought he sounded the best anyu a\ EVERYONE WORE PANTS Everyone did wear pan,-, the men because what men wear, and the itirlbecause it Helyne Treister didn't, because she and Kenny went on to another party later The party wai -.%  by Martin and Judy Smith to introduce Judy's sister and her husband to their friends The Lewis Lilionthalhave ju-t come here lrom Chicago to live, and 'he 60 people at the party wanted to -ee that they get off to a good Mart. Lights were strung all over the back yard At the smaller tables, ducks with chef's hats and hurricane lampwere the conversation piece. Jsix grills were going at the same time for the steaks. The stereo was rigged up with out-ide speakers, and everyone danced and danced Channel Two came over to take pictures. Since this is an educational channel, they either wanted to learn how to dance or to broil steaks. Among the guests—Dick and Barbara Berns, Sam and llene Luby, Ed and Anita Japhe. DOKOTHY w;ithat kind of party. Miss Moskowitz Becomes Bride A recej lion i nd dinner at the rs h< tt I fol owed the man tht re :' Faj • R ta Mosk iwitt and Sunday. Mar 26 Rabbi Morris skop officiated at th< I ck ceren The bride is the daughter ot Mr and Mrs Joseph Moskowitz, 6to Santar.de;ave Coral liableThe no'i parents are Mr and Mrs Benjamin Bw 7s! ni \ B nard C arl Mosk Miss Rosalind Wooll ert matron and maid of h nor, rt spec• %  Irving Feldman a best • : | tei Lans Ben Car Mosk Et Ironoviti and William R d as David %  • %  Iman was r r The ru MrFt I Iman ia graduatt of Coral Gables High School and was a member i I Tziona B'nai IS nth (iirlHer band is .> graduate ol German Town High School in Philadelphia. Pa Marilyn's Troth Leichtmans Tel! Mr. and Mrs v Leichtman, 41 I] •>. • the a* (agemt Marilyn. The groom to-be 'er He ithi son of Di William Slander, 1301 ] M Miami Kt.h. i c couple ar< plam married in May. r. Gompers, Dvoor Betrothol Told w MBS. ftfCHAff) EIRGlft 7f \\ • Tl. 1 MKS. JOStPH KIDMAN Miss Gratz Bride Of Med Student The ring her mother w.imarried with served to unite Ruth Esther Grati and Richard Arnold Bei gi i on Mar 30 ..' Temple Beth Sholom Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated, and a reception at the home of the bri le follow ,i the t> ii clot <-. i ert monj Daughter of Dr and Mrs. Max Gratz. 4333 Nautilus dr. the new MrBerger I the L T i ivt i sit) ot Miami and has beer, • Biscayne Elementarj School For ht r wt she chose a white chantilly lace gown and cai ned orchids on a Bible. Mrs Paul Jacobs was matron ol honor and bridesmaids were Miss Roslynne Miller and Miss Amiet Salsburj Ihe groom's pan i ts re Mr and MrSydney \\ it ssel, i I 032 IS si and hibrother Jonathan Berger, was nan The bride's brother Dr Chai Myron Nirenbei served i Mr B rgei lane L'nivers the young %  New I Irleans while he it hi i studii at i .i. The belhro r Shi %  pers has beer %  Gon pel '" Hi nrj I son "f Mr ai d Mrs .-. mm ot Flemington, N .1 The bridt an hoi ate of Miami S. : H. where -he was a momi>. ture Business Lt adt rs ol • it, f lororit) was Phi Si She attended tht I'niversil i an 1 graduatt d Iron* i ollege ol Met i .' Tt as \ aledictorit n < '. her cl Her fiance ia graduatt ington High S ht 11 n Ne H< raduated tr< m the t of Miami Busint -\dmn School, where he majored keting He ia m mbcr a: •r of Tau Delta Phi (rater I served is vice cour u 1 t associated with the execu ing -'aff of L Ban bt rger I i \ew Jersey, he is present executive staff if the Byron chain The couple's • men! cbrated at a dinner rect %  The i ide-eleci is the gri :er ol Mi Sarah ( Bud! erl) ol Bait.Md The coupU plan a fall I ORT Adds New Chapter Here v tie I hicved n rit i i Less I tht the • • r of wl Irs. 1 Baroi tem Mi Jost ph w hat ORT | %  •i will I nbers ol GREETINGS INTERIORS BY VICTORS P holsti ng Drapes ANTIQUES RESTORED REFINISHING 244 NW 72nd TERRACE Phone PL 7-8741 enuagt %  %  on cai %  w I %  •>Hi IA GOMftx, Happy Passover To All x/oxc CL**(jnvihjcL to (/hit SUE MOTT A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. 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Friday, April 7. 1961 ^Jenist Fk rid! inn Page 9-B v—r/i i7 vi n in a l\t yours, h C-* at f n ^. ipp ===^^ZZZ^ZZZ. T^Z=z ~-^=^===1:^== Y OUNG girli are taught to w ,hion conscious bj their i s .,!i will find an exquisit< ly• i el wardrobe for her horr -hiis an Infant, toddler, lit, sister or young sophisticate lers have a special affinity afi res and they love them • i in back with J big, big but) bow. In the well-known e creations, attention is foI on the charming trimmings, ,iruffles of Swiss embn i eyelet, imported double lace igs, all over Swiss embroidand the new fashion, old%  d b t i d i n g with pull h pastel ribbon, Little sis dresses appear In "lotted -woven checks, piques cloths and -ilk organia \u'h amc dainty trimming Cam i lot" sleeve (a double \e from medieval times but i ,i Broadway musical), ja• French Val lace ruffles, polka :h oidered bands and dewaci enti ol ocean pearl are • %  fascinating and beautifying h fashion touches on lh e sses for "'litt!:' ladies -time-, for big and little are a point ol major il Sometimes thej are indi: :h a Wide sash or narrow embroidere I motifs, gentle • oi •> un ol fanciful apphike treatments an i \ aril I little girls' pi i soi Collai maj be a < ut Mrs. Whitman Presides V. : i ,i iv-ish W'ai \ %  < :..: y. North Sh v nin 11 '• leral Savn and ol new in n ai 1 faa Daj ..SAFETY HARBOR SPA Tongs He.i'th R-I FJ< '' %  finition i eded in the dress She 11 ver lors, but stajwith M tute and pastels. A NOTHER nun her who has a del ^* :-.•' pn ference for the trapeze lini is Mrs Charles Sprintz. She ioks for tht two-piece en M n ble featuring the fitted dress with sleevi thai is worn under a style pinafore She feels id be dressi • • simple clothes, Her is that too much in the ,i, j if fi bows and flowers ha,i tendi ni > to o\ erpi wer the girl ; i nai d W al Iman also pre ,. -,i ipll ,;;H i met od look for _. ; arm wca ths out ol th< i I %  • %  • %  or her gii ntl orskirts, > vei -;. e %  %  :.. %  %  hei • ces ii hi i \s a little i i feels the skirts should be reduced m fullness. FUR RE-STYLING IN OUt TKAOMOH OF FINEST WOMMANSNIF WE CAN CONVERT YOUR OUTMODED v FURS TO THE SMART FASHIONS Of TOMORROW From $39 ^martin FLORIDA FURS 4 CLINIC 1296 Coral Way HI 4-0544 MIAMI 1117 Us Olas Blvd. JA 4-7697 FT. LAUDMDAU MISS CYNTHIA ANN srOBfft Stober, Warshaw e June Rites Ey Cynthia Ann Stober and Joseph Bennett Warshaw will be married June 6. in Durham, N.C. Their engagement has been an-' nounced by her parents. Mr. and j Mrs. Ralph William Stober. of Newton Highlands, Mass. The future bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs Philip Robert Warshaw. 422 SW 25th rd Miami. The bride-elect is a graduate of Duke University, Durham, and is in her senior year at Katharine Gibbs School, Boston, she is Phi Beta Kappa and a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. Ihr fiance attended the University of Florida, and will graduate from I) ii k e University medical school m June. His fraternities are Phi Eta Sigma and Pi Lambda Phi. After their marriage, the young couple will live in Rochester, N Y .'hen. l>: Warsaw will intern at Strong Memorial Hospital th< re Bermair. Randman Plan Marriage Mrs lose] h A, Herman. 7025 Rue ille, Mianti Beach, announces the engagement ol her daughter. Carol, to Abe .1 Randman. The bride-elect's lather is ihe late .1 ph \ Berman 'Iho prospective -room ithe son Miss Luizky Will ~ Wed in August Mi Sol Gerber, 8-i I'llkinniun MISS BlRNKl KOStNSON ol Mr. and Mrs. Philip Randman, ol Miami Beach, formerly ol Birmingham. Ala. He received his degree from Ohio state University, and is a membi r of Zeta Beta Tau. He is affiliated with Florida Community Builders. The bride-to-be is a graduate ol Miami Beach High School and attended Emory University in Atlanta. Ga The young couple are planning to be married June 18. A (tu MISS CAROL BtRMAN avc He is a graduate of the Ui iversity ol Miami, and is now doil g graduate work there in psychology. The young couple plan to be married June 25 Miss Rosenson Eyes June Rites Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Rosen son. 2257 SW 11 st.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Ber nice, to Ronald s Rosenberg. The bride-elect is a graduate ol the University Of Florida, where she was a member of Alph Epsi Ion Phi. Zeta Phi Eta, National Collegiate Players, and Florida Pla> ers she is presentlj teaching al Madison Junior High School Her fiance is the son ol Mr and Mrs Irving Rosenberg. 51 SW 67 Phi Sig Alumnae Meet Flection of new officers was to be the order of business at a melting of Phi Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Donald Frank. 7701 SW 53 pi. POSITION IN JEWISH COMMUNITY WANTED 10 Years experience in Jewish community work and exp. as Executive Director of Congre gation. Would like to settle ir your area with wife ond baby 34, good general and Jewish education. Would Plan Trip Your Way About May 1st. Sal ary not as important as cb.al lenging po$iti< i Write Mr. S c/o Jewish Floridian, P.O Box 2973, Miami l.Fla. th HILARIOUS WEEK NITE CLUB SENSATION OF THE YEAR! \ CAUGHT J Jeffi rson a Miami Beach, anr ouni e agi m< nl ol her daughter D ma Laura Lutsky, to \ .mi nl MM hacl Planco, Thi -1st ii e son ol Ml s Kli HI; ." Miami Beach, and Alfred U Planco, of Ni A York. The Acdding will take placi Aug 13 Women to Get Members 1 Discs Mis. Sidney Talk and Mrs BJ r ney Lar It i ill receb e life membership discs al the annual : luncheon ol B'nai B'rith Wom*n of Coral Cables on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m.. at thi' F !en Roc hotel Napoleon Reed will entertain. and fashions from Lory's and furs bj Engels will be displayed. Chairman is Mrs. Si I 103 llaskoe, and Mrs Sam Kurland is in charge of reservations. J. THE ACT/ TW *0OtllM SHOWJN TOWN Open 7 nights. -. Showtimes: 9 PM & 11 PM -^T) fri. &Sat 9 PM, 11 PMi, 1 AM ) 'ji Res. 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Page 10-B *Jmist> nrrictinn Friday. April 7, ORGAN MUSIC FOR YOUR WIDWNG CCREMONYBy JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN nd his Portable Organ JE 80335 KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS Co Owner Mi :.. %  .. %  iw Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl I NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: Attorney Larry Friedman associate of Shirley Woolf. and songstress Candi Scotl Rotting ready to harmonize %  T he Wedding March." They became encaged recently. Is it true that Biscavne Optimist Club is getting up a special.designs tion lor member Max Fogel: The Handicapping JoJterter. Hw lections laughing and amusing stories aid the digestion of his fellow Optimists :it their dinner meetings at the Lucerne. David Hubsch. South Beach civic leader and treasurer of Ihe Senior Citizens Assn. n | Miami Beach, is organizing the first lodge of the independent Order of Odd Fellows on the Beach He already has close to 100 charier members. He can be contacted at 636 I.eno\ ave. Friends oi Mrs. Paul Pincus, especially her fellow Props, will be happ; lo lean: -he's well on the road to recovers after surgerj al Ml Sinai recently. Wow, are friends of former Beachite Martin Goldman (including yours truly) kicking themselves hard. He tipped them off to a new stock issue, Viewlex, a few months ago. It went on the N.Y. Stock Exchange at 4 and just a few days ago passed the 41 mark. The Al (Fu Manchul Goldmans' lovel> laughter Joan a Miami Beach High student, has a bright future in the vocal field. The v ilunteer "Courtesy Corps," which is the brain child i Miai Beach attorn > Henry i: Coleman. already has .;; % %  tnons the resort i lizens "Be Extra Kind to New Jersej Visit :We k shi ild i -: mot e i i the corps This area 11 l Cent. Air-Cond. Ilnd. Cont. Mt "OHM! %  .ROMWELL"" On The Ocean ot 20th Street J C I i M I luNAL -nt & Ocrai-virw 'oo"lS. A ver> other roc" ty'O D.niy per % Meall ni Person. 11 .3 c None Higher) •-. t.ve Apr 12 No R.ite Increase J <\ August Family Rates A F P F.it>s on Reauest AND ALL THESE rnrr \ rncc s -. • s a M • u • • Dietary Laws A : % %  Strictly Obsei ved Rcligie'vices Daily. Mashiiach on Salt A Sufl.ir Free Diets. %  Catering to All Occasions — Y.tddings, Bar Mittvahs, etc. s perv.sicn or R.whi Dr Ever I rt'fciui! ( : fxi ie • nters its fifth month al Dan Da li auric? Che\ alii i %  !'.. • pia laughs Ft %  •.. fantasv i omedy product i %  an> friends from the Garden State after the rccenl careli • unthinkii marks madi bj a Miami cit) official in regard to its citizens li. %  Brod, \ t:'i\e vice president of Iso a < lical Dover Del., is al the Deauville hotel Howard is in ion ol a I.I tablet for tl e n pro ntioi sunbu Howard feels that our area, with Ol< Sol watchinj ovei atural for the pill's premii i STAGE AND SCREEN: With Hi! memory ol Menasl l i 49th Cousin" still fresh in everyone's mind fair lo all wrap up tickets for \ Majoritj ol One." opening Maj 16, at *hi i nut Grove Playhouse, starring Mollj Picon and Dennis King -World ol Suzie Wong continues through Sunday. No punches will f>< pulled when the Ten anu-EI Pla> rs "Shingle oi Plagler Street" hits the stagi Apt ~2 through 24 ol the Miami Beach High School auditorium Trixie Levin's script is based or the legal lit: of the late "fighting" Mayor Abe Aronovitz. The "new generation" is getting as many "kicks" and enjoyme"! cut of "Gone with the Wind" as their parents did 20 years ago when it first appeared. The Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres report record-breaking crowds to view this screen classic, with Glark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard and Olivia DeHavilland, to name a few of the illustrous cast. Manager Lou Fishkin reports thai the Yiddish In erican vaudc ville policy at the Cinema igoing to continue there indefinite!) due to its continued popularity Leon Schachter deserves much praise for his u.l direction, and Irving Pietrack's musical leadership rat's ,n encomium also Pepe." the big musical and fun the Lincoln Cantinflas. Shirlej Jon rd i Robinson, Bing Crosbj Debbii Reyn< Is and Frank Sinatra are some of the S5 stars who contributi to I I entertainment < Technicoloi screen spectacular The Absent-Minded Professor." held oxer al Gables and shores |g %  record-breakei for clocking and frolic have been combined to creati a super Fred MacMurraj has never been better HOTEL LOBBY-ING: Pontainebleau rings down the curtain on thi la Ronde room after Saturday night, when the Paul Vnka Henn> Voungaian show closes out Entertainment policy oi the hotel will thir in concentrated in the Boom-Boom room, when Ziggj Lane, sii host, and the Frank Natale Trio and CheO ami his VeraderO orch will hold the spotlight Frankie Avaton-Alan King show goes into its final performanci Saturday at the I'ompen room ol the Eden Roi an i that room mto eclfp for the rest of the season and earlj summer Harry's tonei ican Bar will continue its dancing and entertainment policy, however with Luis Varona and his orchestra alternating with the |azi notes ol Duke Jenkins' class) combo Varoaa also will shut to the Mona Lisa room on Saturday nights. Sam Gyson's always listenable airway commentary is broadcast Saturday and Sunday, starting at midnight, from Sorrento hotel lounge, via WMIE. Nice to have you back, Samuel. "Caught in the Act moves merrily along at the Downstairs room "i the Seville, with its laugh-a minute pace It's intimate entertainment with a topnotch cast and original skits. Dave Levuison will be leaving his executive desk at the Algiers an) %  lav now to resume his annual duties as boss oi the popular Tamarack I odgi near Ellenville N Y. Harrj Dinnerstein also getting read) to depart with son-in-law Harold Friedling. for their swank Stevensville Laki I • Swan Lake \ V which has Hs seasonal opening on or about Ma> 19 • DINING AND SUCH: Candlelight Inn. which is piloted b> Henr) m, reports undiminished dii ivity, with of the diners heading toward 4he Coconut Grove Playhi ise aftei d ssen De Continental, one of the area's smarter diner rendezvous, ccrv tinues to grow in popularity with both visitors and localitos. and is conveniently located in smart surroundings on Bay Harbor Island. Harold Pont and Irvm Gordon h and Dinner Sm • d (ANDIFIICH1 INN The Htort ot CCCOBUI Grav* Banquet Facilities — Ceo". lour }i Men-v Leitson Vc The Royal Hungarianu> 3 "gSJS FOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401 %  ESTlURAirT mi Cecktail Loinrt Si 2) £ C^tiinenU ic4s-tstt sTfrr • AT HAtSOl ISIAXB Aromd Tk C.-M liom CMa.K 1 CARMINE'S Italian Restaurant OPEN 4 P.M. TO 4 A.M. FREE DELIVERY JE 8-4213 "You Name It, We Got It" Chef: TONY JIULIANA 208 2 3rd STREET MIAMI BEACH 170 N 111 5-ST. f IKVPiiVl. ? S>k FR 9-7996 ^ ill he housed m lower ship berths aboard the Bahama Star. I ape* al package price has been arrar the tour, which will be nipervised bj the professional staff ot the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The cruise prue will include lightseeing, hotel accomotions. ship accomoda '.ions and all meals In charge ot information is Charles Plotkin, director, depart ment of service to senior citizens YOUR HOSTS ANN & DARE HEYDRICH DELMONICOS RESTAURANT 142 S.W. 37fh AVENUE Now Serving Full Course American I Italian Dinners ously Prepared & Reasonably Priced Al CMilDBtNS MINU Open 4 P.M. Daily Sunday, 12 Noon 0l B '•• Available I Iteont and v %  Phone H! 6-1962 HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT ^J25 11 f %  11 CATItlll '** m tram hart • oeuvrri fe %  cem^lftf brff 170 N. W. Sth ST.. 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idav. April 7. 1961 +Jmhto nhriciifrr Page 11-B # & $i f E K I Dade Heights Sets Floor Show Dade Heights Jewish Conereaation will holl a professional Tahi tian floor .show ~\rtTri a Hawaiian four-piece hand for dancing. The show is scheduled for Saturday evening. Apr. 13 Prizes will include dinner tor two at the Luau On Miami Beach, and passes to a Florida State Theatre m charge of tickets and information is Don Hershey. Miami Hadassah Elections Somination and election of new officers for the Miami chapter of Hadassah will he held Monday, M KWy *: VMfasonic Temple; 41 Valencia ave Coral Gables. I,' D rs of the Gilbert J. Balkin chapter of B'nai I: essc%contest, "How to Keep the Torch |of Frit ndship Burning," are (left to riqht) Herston hooper, Mrs. Leslie Daniels. Diana Mills, Alice ktmuels, Gertrude Redden, Mary Jo Ericson, i Mary S.rr.pson. Also appearing in the Irs. Adams Will :hair Luncheon [EIIM vi i %  %  well-known Miami J i v iropisl and chili I at ha.... 'pted the honorary >>f the Sabra lunchi ii> Mrs Jack r % %  %  ••• urman of the Wornfor Israel Bonds. The incheon will take place on I An 15. at the Westview I Club. jBom in Is aabul. Turkey. Mis I has lived in t %  e United li.r.i %  :or the past 35 years. As %  >ter. shj visited what u.is I lestine, and has since been • | on i a imber oi occasions. \ !..;••.. ii a seasoned trave of fine music, and a • |>:... ml tropiSl The new Sinai Hospital, the Miami ( istitut>\ and the Hadassahi nil sreity Medical Cen• benefited by her generosolda Meir Club Fetes Presidents picture is Councilman Kenneth Oka. contest judge and principal speaker, at ceremonies held at the Torch of Friendship site Sunday. Sen. W. "Cliff" Herrell and Rep. George Hollahen, not shown, were also judges. Mrs. Turk Will Install Officers Brandeis University National Women's Committee, Greater Miami chapter, will hold its annual installation luncheon on Friday, Apr. 21, at the Lucerne hotel Mis Harold Turk, one of the organizing founders of the local chapter, will be installing officer Founding president of the Crea'er Miami unit, she served on the national board for three years Her daughter. Cornelia, is now a junior at Brandeis University, and her husband is a member of the board of fellows and first Vice president of Brandeis University club of Greater Miami. AMC Auxiliary In Donor Dinner Greater Miami Auxiliary of the' American Medical Centi r at Denver, home of the Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Foundation, will have its annual donor dinner, dance and show Sunday. 6:30 p.m.. at the Carillon hotel. All funds raised will aid cancer and tubercular patients sent from this area to the Center In charge of reservations are Mrs Jerry Poncher and Mrs. Morris Goluskin. Locally, the Auxiliary, one of six chapters in Dade county and one of 88 throughout the country, services) the cancer and tubercular dr. of Jackson Memorial Hospital. taking gifts and refreshments to patients there Meetings are held the first Wed nesdaj of ever} month at Wash ington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Washington ave., Miami. Beach. Temple Israel Final Book Review For their final book review >f the season, Sisterhood of T'-mple Israel will present Dr Joseph R. N'arot in a discussion "Excellence, b} '" ; .:i W Gat president of the Carnegie F •'.;:".'! .' i. "Excellence" leals with the ( i troversial subject "t standards >f American education. Monday, Apr 10, is the date, at 11 a.m., with coffee at 10 15 T e. review is at Wolfson Auditorium. Combined Installation Sunday Combined installation of officers of TMereth Israel Congregation and Sisterhood will be held on Sunday evening, Apr lti. In the Social Hall. 65 at Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 SW 17 ave. President is Mrs. .lack Shapiro, who will conduct •he luncheon tunction, which begins at 12:30 p.m. I rcer Women's Golda Meir I have • next meeting on evenifl, a: Beth El Con en uatii n Mrs William Beckwith. pre-iill conduct t h e business w •: %  Mrs Nathaniel S"i harge of the cultural por Program will include the 13th birthdi ol he Golda Meir Club Center Branch Lists Classes i AI new weekday classes for citltens have been an nounc* by the North Count) VMli • Branch if the Greater MlJewish Community Center. 11036 N:-: i; ave l Service to Senior Citizens and the Bar Mttzvah celebration ol the State ol Israel All past presidents have been invited. Attending will be Mesdames Lena PushKlC. A'ma 5orm Bild. and Ann.. Seltzer In the absence ol Sonia Kobbuis. fourth past president, will be Sarah Shap off, a president before Golda Meir club was established. Other past presidents invited are Mesdames \ era Zeltzer and Shirley Queen Mrs Marion Meyer will read a paper on "Yom Atzmaot for Pioneer Women,' and Mrs Rebecca Hrrman iin charge of the musical portion of the program. Mrs Esther B Coltchman iin charge of the social hour, with Mrs Irving M. Sachs as hostess in honor ol her grandson, Mark Weinstein. Board Meeting Wednesday Board meeting of Sisterhood ot Temple Emanu-F.l will be held Wedn< lay, io a.m., in Sirkin Hall. '"' >.. -hington ave. Woman's Unit Slates Meeting Mis Seymour Kagan, newlyelect.. I pii-ident of the Philip Ayre Unit. Woman's Corps, Cancer Institute of Miami, will conduct a regular meeting Monday. 9:15 a.m., at the home of MrArthur Vltch, .17415 NE 9 ct No Miami Beach. Others who will serve in the new year are Mesdames Arthur \ itch. Justin Siegel, Sidney Schecter. and l Irving Dickler. vice presidents; Saul Bell, trea-ur.i Harrv Cohen. %  Isadora Smith and Harold Flint, secretaries; and Harold Lichtei district director of No. Miami Beach. Berman Reveals Platform Planks Bernie Berman. candidate i o r City Council. (Iroup 2 In No. Miami Beach, has announced that John F Keegan will be his campaign manager and John J Loughlin his campaign treasurer. Among Berman's proposals for a program of beautification for North Miami Beach is "removal of the concrete tomb stones' from 163rd st." He will push "formation of an Interama board to work in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce and other Interama boards to plan for the advent of Interama >o that new business will be atCoral Cables Recreational Advisory Kickoff rally at his campaign headquarters. 163 st and NE 12 ave.. will be Monday morning. Top stars who will appear are are Tune toppers. Remarkable Rubin from the Rancher Lounge, the Rick Tones from Ricks Lounge, and many others. There will be pony rides and amusements for the youngsters, as well as a movie and refreshments. Berman is a member of Beth To rah Congregation. GREETINGS ARNE'S PROPELLER SERVICE 1928 PURDY AVENUE Miami Beach Phone JE 8-7621 TO ALL GREETINGS STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO. 1853 West Arenue Miami Beach. Fla. PHONE JE 1-0481 DECORATOR'S MASTERPIECE 2430 N W 108th ST OX 1-0532 PL 85373 ElFGANT 3 bedroom 2 bath home 2 years old Price ONLY J19.900 Won o.ige $9 300 FHA commitmanl 5 18 500 Exquisite furnishings included at real barg.nn Faces Westview Country Club Golf Course. Owner transferred must Ml! mimed ately. WANDA GRAHAM, BROKER Kerr & Bassett Realty, Inc. TO EVERYONE "MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS RUBBER INC. Charles T. Spencer 159 NE 29th STREET Phone FR 3-6201 Greetings to All John Fusco SOI THSIIIK STvi-* Station CAR WON'T GO ? ? ? 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Pcrge 12-B +Jmist ftrridHtr Friday. A Dri l 7 1361 Sholem Lodge Has Anniversary Eli Hurwitz was installed pies; dent of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith a: the lodge's 36th anniversary celebration on Mar 26 at the Dean ville hotel Jack Fink, immediate past pres ii ent oi the South Florida Council Oi B'nai B'rith Lodges and pas president ol Miami Beach Lodgi also installed \ Da' id Raw is president-elect; Sanford Swerdlii a I Marvin Pearlman, vice presi dents; Saul I Blake, recording sec retary; Martin Budnick, treasurer; !\ ilton llahn financial secretarj Morion Palmer, corresponding secretarj. Edward 5. Klein and Roland HorovitZ, monitors; Harry Goodman and Allied Kreisler, war dens; David K Chaplan and Myroi G ild guardians. Installed as trustees were Leo Axlrod, Israel Bellinkoff, Phil.p Berkowiti, Louis Friedman, Sam Friedman, William Friedman, Sam Kessler, Bernard Lieberman, Joseph Lipton, Bernard Newmark, Martin Parnes, Moe Schatzman, Sam Schindlcr, Fred K. Shochet ar.d Arlhur Zweigenthal. Ceremony was opened bj Marvin Pearlman. and the invocation was given by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of Temple Zamora. Sidney H Palmer presented a plaque to Edward s Klein, out-going president, who then awarded certificates lor outstanding service durin. hiadministration. Morion Palmer Introduced coin munity leaders who were present Arrangements committee include Marvin Pearlman and Morton W Palmer, chairman. I)r William Schiff, Martin Budnick, Louis Haii Roland HorovitZ, Bernard New ii'.irk and Sidney Palmer. Final Arguments in Schools Case Sen. Pepper to Speak Former Sen Claude Pepper will h, guesi speaker at a meeting ol Northshore B'n ii B'rith on Mon evening at Temple N'er Tamid. Balkin Lodge Installs Robbins \ Robbins was installed president ot Gilbert .1 Balkin Lodge ol B'nai B'rith at a recent meeting of the lodge at the Pub restaurant Judge Phillip Gildman was guest speaker at the fun< lion Robbins, a Hialeah attorney, is vice president ol the Hialeah Miami Springs Bar Assn and a mem ber "i the Florida Bailie ipast president ol the \\ est Dade Jaycees Coral Gables Will Vote on Tuesday Coral Cables residentwill go to the polls Tuesday. Apr 11. They will be voting tor candidates seeking a seat on the Coral Gables City Commission. The iield includes n businessmen, civic leaders, and proie>sionals vying for the job. Those seeking election include Bernard Weksler, Joe Murphy. Geor >• Wilson, Chuck Powell. Lee Mahan, Henry <;. Simmonite, Dr. Franklin .1 Evans. Charles Berry, C L Dressel, and Harold c? Final arguments were presented Tuesday in a crowded court room before Judge •' Fritz Cordon in the case challenging the constitutionality of religious practices m Pad • county's public schools Circuit Judge Gord in set asi le all daj for the argument, allotting three hours to e.ich ride am! hour for rebuttal by the pla The Chamberlin case, sponsored bv the Florida Civil Liberties Union, and Resnick case, backed by the American Jewish Congresv chal'erge Bible reading, the Lord's Prayer, Grace before meals, Bible classes after school hours, religious tests for teachers, sectarian baccalaureate services, display of religious objects in the public schools, and sectarian observances of religious holidays, including Christmas, Char.uka, Passover and Easter in the schools here. The suits aUo challenge the con stitutionalit) of a religious census ol children Dr l > Pfeffer general co of the American Jewish Congress and a ranking authority, on the constitutional doctrine ol separa tion of church and state, sum manzed the case for tiie plaintiffs at the outset ol Tuesdaj's he Speaking for two hours, Dr Pfeffer traced th" development ol the sep aration of church and state doctrine back to the issuance of the Memorial Remonstrance in Virgin la and the activities of James Mad ison. Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and Thomas Paine Pfeffer told the court that "re ligiOfl must be beyond the jurisdiction of political homes — that out constitution defines a relationship of man to man and has no juristic tion over man's relationship to Cod He said that "the only icle that the government has in relation to religion is to protect its free .lom." adding that the law uM "is not opposed to religion but to the leaching ol it as an act ol dei or an act of commitment, which has been the ca-e in the public schools of Hade count) To illustrate that teaching religion in the public schools does a disservice to religion, Or. Pfeffer quoted from earlier testimony given by • high school principal "that he had read the Charuke story from the Old Testament whe.i the joint Christmas-Chenuka program was held." De clarec 1 Dr. Pfeffer: "I challenge anyone to show me the story of Chanuka in th* Old or New Testament or ar.y version thereof. It doesn't exist." Pfeffer told the court "the teaching of religion is not .• majority versus a minoritj Issue but ia question ol law Even excusing Children from participation In the devotionals as the School Boar,: attorneys referred to them th' out the trial is not sufficient to ovi n on-.e t h e unconstitutional t> ol the practices Repeatedly, !r Pfeffer stn I sychological cumpulsion which had been shown in previous testimony, and differed with Judge Cordon on hirulings whi n G ir Ion refused some of the testimony as %  in-sable Herbert 1. Heiken. repres mting ll irlow Chamberlin and the ACl.i ise -aid in a brief statement that the Second District Court Of '•>:• peals in a reccM Ejbling excluding the distribution of Cideon Bib!?s from Orange county school-, held it to be the right of the parent to inculcate his children with his own beliefs He.ken contended that the [schools usurp the parent's right in respect to religion anil cause confusion in the child's mind In an afternoon session, G< Bolles, attorney for the Dade County School Board, declared tha: Dr Pfeffer had not dealt with the ->i:ein hiargument of the morn ing but had expressed his personal philosophy of the d. the church attain doc-.i He pointed out that it w „;„, in the power of the sl ., e .. fJ make lews regarding B.ble re id ing and lh*t the board had tha power of imp'ement.ng ,„. state's laws." The,, ia whj unconstitutional in the action < the School Board in following, the Bible reading statute he said pointing out that the Ugislat ure and Congress open with prmra, and that "In God We Trust 5 inscribed on U.S. coins Bolles took issue w "that the state had with religion but to pi dom." declaring tha; church and state meat should not be a stati that there should not state." Holies alleged that had DOI proved the c Hy arguing la< I ol compulsion." and th II ter "more of the plan I ing the policies ol than those policies be tu ional E F. P. Brigha the intervenors in a •• %  %  entation, said "it a tu cdy for our nation to i our public schooltne i ait comes from the 1! portraying the current ca-i %  fight between the w ll 1 a theistic materialism In what seemed a stirring defense of God, Brigham wondered "how on* can maintain Christian virtue without Christianity,' re ferring to the nation as a "Chris tian nation." At one point. Bfi^ham launched • into an attack i ainsl Paine, calling him "a daSSeflKf derelict and ne'er ds wi I H .1m n iponse ti Dr Pi earlier reference to Paini I founding father of th • I S id have a truly luxurious I: J; EiLixki at the exciting Fibu'aQS elejarce at sensikli prices! Because of OJ' matchless facilit es. jnd experienced management nd expert'y trained staff, we can ser.e ar.y event for much less than you could imagine' Yet you will enjoy all the glamour md excitement of Miami Beach's newest luxury hotel' And remember-here at the Seville— a luncheon for ten or a banquet for over a thousand can be served with the same gracious ease 1 Cifts.lt is saw Call ESTELLE POLAK Catering Manager eville ure A/M> AcuiluWr Siri( r. : \ Kotnet Catt JEflorson 2-2011 OCCANFRONT. 2th TO 10th STREETS. MIAMI BEACH Dressel Seeks Commission Seat i I., i ,'c rrj Dressel, jr i| Dressel Dairj Fai i an didate for City Commi Cablein the election Tuesday Lhia week said something must be done to stop the exodus ol city help t" surrounding areas which pay more money He purposes a "live to 10 year program of capital impromement Dressel s civic and business ser vice re. md. starting in 1951. includepasl president ol Coral Gables Junior Chamber of Commerce. Florida Independent Sales Managers Assn. Coral Gables Rotary Club. Milk Products Dairy Assn and coral Gables Chamber ol Commerce. He has been a member of the traded into the city." board, a trustee ot Coral Gables Congregational Church, chairman of So. Florida District sustaining membership drive. Boy Scouts, and sponsor of Forty Plus Club. He is presently serving as president of South Florida Dairy Council, director of Coral Gables Cham ber of Commerce, and is a member of Coral Gables Retirement Board. Have thai Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find comple'o facilities to exactl/ lol '< your needs in the Kiv Aladdin, Schehera.-ade cod Ruboiyat Room*,, be it fc 3 wedding or a pri.ate porty I tor Information! HAZEL ALLISON CAUSING DIRECTOI JE 1-6061 St. A Cottln* *- ^&aa/rf(^artc&bnA Complete Catering Facilities for that Special Party aarved in suparb fashion within a luxuriousetting that will ra W sc t your good taite. CONFIRMATIONS • aiCirTIONS • WfDDINOS BANOutlS • MtfTINOS • FARTllS A Tata a tete or a gala calabfatioA with 3.500 guet. CDEATJVILLE ImUt to 5ptrWs*d Kosher Catering Available •ILL COLORING, Catering D.ractor %  HONIi UN 5-8511 ON Trie OCUN AT 7tn STRRST. MIAMI SUCH Powell Lists 4-Pt. Program Charles "Chuck" Powell, candidate for Coral Gables City Com-; mi-si.m. is running on a four point platform He purposes "A Strong zoning code, placing of conflict of interest provisions, reviewing the Youth Center opera tion. and a program of road im' provements Powell has the endorsement of Dr Ray Mummery. Edward Swankii and H Preston Durland for "honest leadership." Election for the commission vacancy in Coral Gables will be on Tuesday. JVONPERFUL PART A E B ALM SIX ACRES ON THI OCIAN AT 98th STREET • MIAMI "Tfca frasfife Arfdreji"



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April 7. 1961 *Jfnt$!h flrrii'li^iin Page I3-B __ il and Rich< the Scbrcs, '.. who will perform at a You: lion i i i High School aud .6. unds to Help udaea Camp •Clara Burstein, chairman. thai the second annual judacan celebration will be Apr 16, 30 p MI i M ,.:ni Beach Senior High .. litorium. A 11 include Judaean Idren enacting Israel's histonevelopment during the past 13 and the world tammis Isv.bra dancers and singers. \ funds raised will go to the ",:p luad whuh provides 'ending underpriviliucd chilli to the newly-acquired Young i ., camp in llendersonvillc. Family Prizes on Agenda Somi •• ill leave Beth Torah's I omtx la dance w ith a sec l ltd fam !;. car, Danish modern tur niture, or a chaise lounge the night i f Saturday, Apr. 15 This is the major fund-raising event of the religious school PTA. which will feature a live orchestra. eiman Attends gency Meeting l Heiman. president o( the ti r Miami Jewish Federation. %  k attended a meeting of lals of the Jewish Agency rael in New York City, ber of the I'nitcd Jewish speakers bureau, he is • il to address community n GalvestOO, Tex., on Apr. in Ft. Worth. Tex on Apr n has visited Israel and t headed the Combined Jewh Vppeal here president ot. One Hour VaCantor Goldfarb Joins Sky-Top ("amp Sky-Top for boys and girls in the Blue Ridge Mountains near Hendersonville. N <" i preparing to open for it> 12th season Camp officials have announced the addition of Cantor Jacob Goldfarb as co-owner director. Cantor Gold fa rh ha been in the Hebrew education field for the past 28 yean. In Greater Miami, he was cantor and teacher at Beth Torah Congregation for five years, ami presently i> affiliated as cantor and principal of Temple Zion of West Miami "Having Cantor Goldfarb on our staff will enable us to offer camper.instruction in conversational Hebrew and Yiddish, preparation for Bar and Bas Mitzvah. and choral singing, orchestral playing and l.-raeli dancing, camp official.explained. All loods. the kitchen and dining room will be under the perxmal direction of Cantor Goldfarb. Lav/ Frat Will Convene Hers N Beta Eps n ati m I %  nit l timi | rand ch hotel fron i:il> _.. to 2.1. A !' G. Cohn, oi Atlanta, i ;'. %  -! national gr nd chancellor, tailed the chapter al th> University of Miami during his ad ministration, ;convention chairman, In charge f the lot il ho pi committi i e Ju ..• Milton \ Friedman llarr; B Smith Mr. (• and Ger.-hon s Mil i lodi i Chicago, hon%  Nu i •( n. Tea c incsl Mec's W s. F tin eati .inn. will i ., edi i sdaj Bui I hi • ii w ill outline obji i and [unctions oi the new organization. Officers of the council include Naomi B Brandeis, president, Temple Emanu-El; Rebecca Kay, vice president, Beth Torah; Carol Cynamon. secretary treasurer, Coral Way Jewish Center. Other Board members include Mina Goldblatt. Beth Am; Ruth Penick. Temple Zion; Hea Saal. Beth David; Betty Wank. Beth Emcth; Lois Kusens, Temple Menorah; Rebecca Stern. Dade Heights; Rose Comn. Yehudah Moshe; and Estelle Segal, FlaglerGranada. As a ubscribers, _1 %  %  ish Floridan will present free ic-sage tc ea I er of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah Reff : be otMresfed ;j""Corsage Tor rou.' P.O. Box 297: 1 Fla., one n onth in advance. Include the name cf the Bar cr Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, home jddress and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of E 'ac .stone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. Michete Silverstein 1!.' of Michele, i li r i • Mr. .< %  rs Joseph tein, 4255 N I en ill, in avi i "lace el %  tl %  i i 5722 /no.: if Law Day Will Be Marked Here May 1 has again been proclaimed by President Kennedy and Congress as Law Day USA. The Miami Beach Bar Assn.. in cooperation with the legal profession throughout the nation, is planning special observances to emphasize the contrast between the rule of law in a democratic society and the rule of force and fear under Communism. Bar Assn. Law Day committee includes Martin A. Smith and Judge Albert Saperstein. chairmen. Henry Waitzkin. Judge Milton Feller. Judge Louis H Stallman and Joseph Malek. Kent Novell Ki".' HJ 'is, si n ol I >r and Mrs vard \ Novell, -I27ii Keysti blvd Keystone pi., will celebrate JNF Council Sets Meet Wednesday Rabbi Mayer Abamowitz. president of the Jewi.-h National Fund Council of Greater Miami, announces the nex; meeting of the Council Wednesday evening at the Fontainbleau hotel. Reports will be heard from Rabbi Abramowitz and Sol Goldman, chairman of the JNF presidium, on the national assembly of the Jewish National Fund held recently in Washington. D.C. his Bai M I i Sunday m< ', .; al I %  mple Israel. in the i remon; fathi %  will i" Philip li rial gran fj M K x'er %  Stepl-en IMell \ Skop w ill o : Stephi ol Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenci :i Saturday morning, Apr. 8. at Temple Judea. Stephen is an eighth grade si i di ni at Ton.de Leon Junior High bas attended the Temple's religious and Sundaj school for two yi at His parents will host the Kiddush in his honor following services Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Tifereth Israel Sisterhood board members will meet Monday evening in the social hall. Regular hi monthly card party and sewing bee of the Sisterhood will be Wednesday evening. Refreshments will be served. 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Page 14B Jeistifk*id&ri Friday. April 7, Senate Voice Votes Approval Of Virgin Islands Governor wnicl) makes nail >. tie lamous Virgin Islands rum. motion picture theatres, stores and extensive real t state holdings. • WASHINGTON (JTA The Son ate approxeit hy voice vote this week the nomination of Ralph Paiewonsky ss Governor of the Vir gin Islands. \\o is the third Jewish Governor of the Islands. Several senators of both parties -poke in the nominee's behalf Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (MinnJ).), praised the nominee and said the appointment was particularly popular in the Islands The new Governor's family first arrived :n the Virgin Islands from Russia in 1870. and started a small dry goods store. The new Governor was born in Saint Thomas, one of the Islands. 53 years ago and received part of his education in Brooklyn and at New York University. The family controls a distillery Murphy Seeks To Succeed Self HAffffr ZUKtKNKK Florida Bar Again Names Zukernick Harrj Zukernick has been re i .t cted to the board oj governors of UM Florida Bar. representing Dade i Zukernick has served on 'he b> ard for two s' 1I "ls a P ;l *' president ol the Miami Beach Bar ••-• d has served as chairman of thi '. %  I Pi 11 • % %  > l robate and Trust Law Section ol the Flor I • Hi has servi nl ol le ol Miami Beach, "' ... ; i> nai B'rith Lodge. presi lent 11 the YM %  YWHA i i Miami Beach resent I j hairman ot the Sei [essional 1> i \ isi of thi Miai ch Chamber ol ( Joe Murphy, running Tuesday for reelection as Coral Gables City Commissioner, asserted this week that m> record shows that during my two years is cits commissioner 1 have worked to promote, preserve and protect the best interestof all the people ot Coral Gables "' Murphy's platform includes "protection of traditional zoning standard-, budgetary planning for capital improvements without tax increase, showdown with Metro on Coral Gables traffic enforcement problems, expanded recreational ta cilities, and intelligent city planning." Executive Off to Confab pxe< live vice tor ol }• %  : %  %  Green Fieldei adver l -.i agencj • .11 attend the CaI Exi '. %  lamaici inng the 2 9 OPENS MAY 1st: the new SHERATON CHICAGO %  ::iS: i. % % % %  • %  S m 1* ;* af Hill:: World's newest and finest hotel <>n beautiful Michigan Avenue < \< rKiikinj; the Lake and the 1 <-op Complete air-conditionlr.p. free radio and TV, swimr -.(. ptHil. 3 great raesjeurants, Thermoelectric ice-caber in n ter> > i pi .'• ate. [m: : .. t supply Extra value: i.. ii .%  raton 'he rate as well as the room. Foi out via A'/ SER VATRON, Sacral • r electro-.. yam or msmuiimi o, : Sheraton-Chicago 605 .v. JTeotajM As*. HOTEL Isenberg Named YP, Trust Officer M ha< I M 1st nberg, practicing attorne> lor the ; ears has beei ecu vice pi esident and i fficer ol the ( entral Hank rust Company, it as an nounced bj Stanlej Wolff, president rsenberg, who holdthe D of Jurisprudence dcgre< been prom:i any years in Bar nd n ligious acth ities in th> Miami an a :• %  si e has beei a d i ol thi '> Bar \-sn and chairman ot the eour committee He Has served as officer and trustee of Temple Israel of Greater Miami, and was president of 11 & Men's Club. He organized the Chicago Club of Greater Miami in 1946, a.id ierved as 'Is president. He has taken an active interest in Miarr i-Dade County Chamber cf Comerce affairs, and for the past einht years has served as the chairman of its committee on the employment of the physically handicapped, for which re was recogn : ied by President Eisenhower and awarded the President's citation "for outstanding service in South Florida. Isenberg is a veteran i f \\ War II, witl nk ol i 'ant was decoi .< %  <. d t r his particii Prow -t Marshal the First Airborne Task Force that >:> arh< ad< d the i I South) : Among his many organual the Elks, Masi • Mahi Shrine and tmericai licaturi 5 •> ( !-• es with hii aughters at 1287 M ami S Hemophilia Group to Install I the Great hilia'F la lauofl Ii noon, Apr is. a: Mrs %  guest gpeaki it'Mi i.< ah r i ;i is ena %  :.,;. Mri Del:* • %  "rgani /. % %  wmm t* Pt>ol Bti:nand ." Rd''" *' • Ce' I c-rc SMI • Pr.vilt Bti:* a--o Poo4 • Pa' i •• %  ; &r*r • C&ckti La-"9a -E • CiJ'• Ente-^a rm 't Da.ty NrfkM Dbla 0u. with atrviof panutct. SubitantUl MviDm by OM %  MMih or on taut. | N. ScktfaMMa. Miufin* Dtrraoc GR 1-4490 Hotel 24 FIFTH AVINUI ot 9lh STREET VA % mikv mm !*%** 1 4-* 1 A 4 !" M 1 m ^-£t W^M f %  m FLORIDA EL R ANCHO HOTEL COURTS %  Western a*"c?c-ere in sett>ng of • %  lo\i ynits Ail .i Heared Free TV One-day sund ce Conven t • .-. in city I 7100 Nebraska Ave. U S. 41) TAMPA, FLA. TOT : ei 41 MICHAll IStNBlRG NEVA/ HEALTH ^ V ,..*"ttEVERY I ; ItfM r %  t : ••-'•'•.(•, o> oi I .e •• nc\ rI c : relax in luxury ot Th A: -aton. ? %  p OWO) %  : r cc ; e ond polni c'jf to tfijlor ond '-•;-.•••... .r* 1 V • c•>,-•?r•_-, and I o l blood presjiirt. S •! botfil 14 • t • ctl. F • D "f •-'-.•le, t~perct.,re-^oihc : : eJ, coicoclr •.'• ^i r T pocli, and • n deckt...donca ond t>a •ntartoinad, Col' on our t^. t • piontKip Counts. Fiot 'ood Mrvad onywhara ii tha pi .r ol "a [ton, A ipertt ond racraotlora in Hot Springs notuia > wvndtf I and • ng ona La* Vaga* night ||)a. IAS VfOAS NKJHT ll '*^1 Per fcm'ul tolor t-fcKLr\F Y-t T^ -. R. E. McEc^ -. -vV Lf ^^ feanaral Managar i H i tl J t •i. til nl • S i I I : i : S 2 %  I ? 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|nday. April 7. 1961 JewisliDrrlcflrir, Page 15-9 f*m 11 \' *B T ^L fc w l^rfHBU .1 %  %  SK FA ^| S BflEBBHat M£3 '% % %  •• iftv < %  $&*? •* v-i*.—*!tJ. ^fc^_ ^L ^ jj H Cancer Group Plans Addition Leo Ackerman. president (if the Cancer Institute at Miami, announced 'Wednesday the signing of a contract with Steward-Skinner Associates for architectural plans to erect a laboratory and research addition to the Institute. Ackerman said that the addition will cos; some S250.000 and en able the Institute "to step up its research facilities." James M. Albert i< first vice president and chairman of the building committee. Members of :he committee include Leonard A. Wien, co-chairman, Mrs. Henrj Gewitz, Dr. Leo Zuckerman, Dr. DeWitt Daugherty. Dr. Bruce Hogg and Merman Binder. Bara: two dHinriitrrs. Mrs Pearl Olkes %  lid Mrs. Marian Goldstein; four .-i-t.-i s, aeven :?i aiid.-hihlr-:i and 1 gTandflilldren S'lvn-s were Mai SO in t'nrdnn r*nneru>l II..m.-. with l.niial ill Ml Sinai I 'e lli-l'l \ LEGAL NOTICE MRS. RAE GARFIELD 66,...ol 14.' %  ".', Dregwl ..a\, Miami Etea. h. died Ma: 89. Hhe i amhi re Jl year* ami from Xf fork and was a Illellll.. I ..I II.1.1., -ah ami Clt} til' Hope Surviving ire hei husband Ferdinand; a eon, Morton; a dauKhter, Mrs /'-liia Barnes; linn btothera, two slaters aii-i four grandehi dien Servhiwon Mai ::n in l: verslde Memorial Chapel, WuSQltlgtOII ILLEGAL NOTICE WiLiams Apte (right), co-chairman of the Florida Committee (or Yeshiva University, presents Samuel C. Levenson with the university's Honor Award at a testimonial recently at the Fonlainebleau hoteL The event was one of a series around the icition in celebration of the university's 75th Academic Year. Looking on (at left) is Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein, world-renowned rabbin:cal leader, who delivered the principal address. Apte iasone of 3ix honorary chairmen of the affair. i loted Educators Address Yeshiva Fete; lee Increasing Need for Science Studies that although ;r was only three years old. "the school has already acquired a facility )f many distinguished ->•; Mists in the fields of missile research, dectroruc computers, atomic fterg; an.! general relativitj theory "The balance of world power." Dr Gelbart declared "may well be %  led bj 'ha it ion whit h can mus'er the gre • •%  number of i reath e scien ids and < m trol the greatest. MCiet) Ol title know The noted mathematician added that there is a "very great shortage of scientists i" America Not only must we evpanrt the areis of work we are now doing, bit we must also expand into new areas We must find room to train a larger number of brilliant young minds who will be able to carry on this essential work in later year" Among th oth#r notables prev ent at the dinner were Charles H. Silver, trust** of Yeshiva University and president of the beard of education of Now York City; Dr. Roman VisKniack, professor of biology education at Yeshiva University, who is currently engaged in reasearch on a National Science Foundation grant at the Marine Laboratory of the University of Miami; Or. John Cor tiss, head nf the department of mathematics at the University of Miami; and Dr. Arnold Austin, of the University of Miami. Initially launch.' i as a rabbinical seminary, Yesniva University has iolloued the trend of many older American universities, which were also organized as centers of theological stud) Today, it embraces Yeshiva University celebrated its kih academic vear in the Greater %  ami area with a dinner in honor Samuel C. Levenson at the FonInebleau hotel Levenson was uted ;ione of the first national underut Ye-'niva'l Albert Kn in C M • licine and beme thi fifth Floridian to receive university's coveted bronze |Ue lionor Awar: Former rehen were trearer and -ecre;jry. A sponsoring bmmirtee of 100 spearheaded the 'ibute tor Levenson In an address before an audience of some 200 persons. Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein, who hails from a family in which for 13 generations there has been at least one rabbi, said that "the c'-struction nt six million Jews under Hitler and the revitalixation and resurgence of world Judaism with the dramatic birth of the State of Israel" have done much to spur Yeshiva's growth during the past 20 years. t er address, Dr. Abe Gel• of \ ishiva University's School of Science, said Miami Pioneer Passes at 68 I.azar Grossberg. 68, of 610 SW 9 ave.. died Mar. 25. He came %  ere 35 years agoi from Key West! and maintained aj home there inj .iddition to one| here. He was a founder of the Great er Miami Jewishl Federation. the| Young Men's He brew Assn.. a nd| the Florida Commercial Alliance. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE NOTIi'E is HEREHY UIVKN b} Hie null r.-iminl Thai on Ta. iv. 'I. ila> .if April, 1981, ai I i" P M ill Palm Motor* .\ I. %  150 Pain Avenue, II Hit ill II..: id.I, H in follow ii.: i .i: u ii! i.. %  : i auei Kin foi chareen I •'.* %  i-" i i %  ..\ lloberi I. Pelibodj 21T.4 s (V Mill Slle.'l PALM MOTORS .v Ii KP.AUK A :-ii GffOSSBfRG He was a pioneer meitvoer of Beth David Synagogue and wellknown as a ladies' ready to wear merchant. After Ins retirement from the garment industry, he was associated with Seitlin Insurance Co Surviving arv !".< wife Anita two son-, tu > brothers three sisters and three grandchildren Services were Mar 2" in Gordon Funeral Home IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 61C 3362 l xutls MARI i: i •• w vi.:.. Plaint Iff, V s JOHN PAL'I. DeWALL, 1 'il.nilaiu NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO John Paul !> %  v\ :;IH Plnehuret streer Murtb Troy, New York YOL AKK HBBKBY NOTIFIED to nerve u cop> of your Anawer to the Complaint for Dlvor %  i-t • -n I'lainiiiTs attorneys, WellUeh, Ismciii %  !-!> ami Zaij.-. nil I'ongresa BuildinK. Miami :'.-, Florida, ^nd t*i til-— the j ortslnal thereof with the Clerk ot Hi" ah..\.. eourt, "ii or before "• *TII da) of May, 1981, otherwise a I ••••! %  •• Pro t'onfeano will !>•• entered asa nsi you. I Kited at Miami, lnl. Poul I I ida, thi. Sth da> "f A;.i II I: It LR VTHKR.VI \N i 'lerU of tin I'n • %  ..,!i R\ i: n I.WW.VI Deput: i 4 7-14-21-SS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUITOF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 61 C 3520 PHYLLIS i: • %  IN WILSON, Plaint n CERTIFCATE Of CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BYTHE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO IV HUM THESE PR 184 si:.\ij. ll M.I. I'liMK, URB&TINHHi Whereas MARVIN M URERN, MIAMI I'.i: Mil. PIJORIIM -SI MNKR II KHAh .MASTER, MIAMI KKACH, KI.'Xlil'A. OLORI \ I.A Kn U1AMI BEACH. 1-1 -• IRII %  \ .1 'i on the II of November, \ %  If'HO n„ ,.i|„,i .,•. i ,.i,l. r til' l>rov Ision* •< i 'haptei •' %  "•. i loi i %  • •-. A i,K< u:N II'N.. I Ita l>i in, iiial pi i IIi %  •-il M IAMJ BKAI II I • '. I 'i: I'lll'STV < Stale "i I'l.ii bla, and nhci ;.l ,,p. p ol ITS of I Ii did ..II III. II %  \ %  %  %  %  .HI.. • riled in tin • t the Seerel Siaii '' I lot Ida, .• il !> i'i liehl ieated t •...n idi • Hi.[}\>,\ % %  i i. %  <. Florida Si a I u ii \ov. ll %  % %  • %  • II -. %  -. of Stale due:. • %  %  rilfy to thi solna .i ii-i lh.it he he i equlremenl of lu A h • plleil willi i\ WITNESS witi:i:i: %  I hereunto wl ni hai I hat 8 affixi 'i the ii l Sea f the State of KlnrMa, ai Tel' .I %  the i |, h the THIRTIETH lay ,.f MARCH, A.n I • ( 8 enl) T i.ii'. "i Si ite 4/7/61 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHV UIVEN that th-undersigned, ilesli ng I *.~ ''^" ,T > business under the 'i til n is an of BATON AOENt'Y at HBO -^v '-• St., Miami, rla., ntends to register lid name with the Clerl ol < '.mi t of I lade • 'ount>. Fl< i MY!.i:S S KA! 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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April 7, 1961

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Jewish. Floridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 14
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 7, 1961
Two Sections Price 20'
hmann Trial to Open on Tuesday
Moroccan Jews
leased from Prison
\er Three Months
l.w \(JTA)Some 30 Moroccan Jews, most of them
been released from Moroccan prisons where they had boon
|r!> I iree months, it was reported here this week.
lease was ordered, after several intercessions by Interior
. Bekkai. Those released constituted a majority oi
""?the Jews arrested during the ami
Jewish events which followed the
visit to Monx i lent Nas
ser of the United Arab Republic.
AT
ADOlf EICHMANN
... in his heyday
Defense Will Aim Hard
Against Israeli Jurisdiction;
Fliers Served Subpoenas
JERUSALEM(JTA Is ties Tuesday annoi the
completion ot all pre:'. Apr 11 ol the E i
trial here The building in which th ill be held and it m
around the building have I ed off by police. Aspi il
|nlne detail, separated from the unit rding the courtroom area, will
guard Eichmann.
set Out;
Election
.KV JTA) By a
ci 14 the Knesset voted
dissolve itself and for
of general elections on
a new Government to
one toppled by Prime
>uv.i Ben-Gunon when
Jan 31.
il that the elections be
11 was voted down on
would occur during the
mourning between the
iuz and Tisha B'Av. The
s.) defeated a bid for
1 election date.
ind Hw National Reli-
maittrid a majority
. IS date to move th*
it far as possible from
trial," on the assump-
the trial of Naii Adolf
would be over by that
>f Israel's parties had
earlier election date
15 on grounds of econo-
lor.ey and energy and to
incumbency of the care-
rernrnent. Speakers for
ntinued on Page 7 A
The Jews st;ll held in prison
are those arrested on charges of
being involved in a "Zionist" net-
work. They are scheduled to ap-
pear in court on charges of offen-
ses against the internal and ex-
ternal security of the state.
Czech Embassy to Offer
Report on Nazi's Crimes
Chief Rabbi Saul Danan. of Mor-
occo, issued an appeal to Moroc-
can Jewry to observe Passover this
year simply and without pomp or
rejoicing, a.- an expression of cim,p,ied by the
mourning over the recent death of Covernment and
WASHINGTON An eye witness
bcci unl of the depredations and
cruelties against Jews, ordered
during World War II by Nu. SS
Col. Adolt Eichmann, has been
Czechoslovakia^
furnished to Is-
the late King Mohammed V
The Chief Rabbi said the .-<
ity of Passover should be marked
by meditation, rather than by re-
joicing. He particularly cited cer-
tain rowdy customs observed on
the evening of "mimouna." a tra-
ditional Moroccan celebration that
falls this year in the Passover
period
80,000 TOOK PAR! IN MURDER PAGE 8-A
Pacovsky's testimony shows
that Eichmann personally or-
dered the establishment of a
large ghetto in Tereiin, in Octo-
ber, 1941. Between 1941 and 194S,
Pacovsky declared, 152.000 Jew-
ish men, women and children
passed through the Tereiin
camp. Of the total, he asserted,
87,000 were sent to extermina-
tion chambers at Auschwitz, Tre-
blinka and Maidanek, while more
than 34,000 died at Tereiin. "At
the end of the war," Pacovsky
declared, "a mere 3,300 were
alive at Terexin."
, raeli authorities, the Czech Embas-
mht here announced this week.
The report, disseminated by the
Czech Embassy, compnes testi-
mony by a Czech sanitation en-
gineer. Josef Pacovsky. who was
interred for three and a halt years
at the concentration camp of Tere-
zin. north of Prague.
An n as to the li
h will be taki
lawy r Dr Robert
was si en h >re in his
[two Isra lis to ippear
..- lefense on Apr
Tohar. i
thai brought Eichmann here
May. an' Yaacot Shimony, i
\ chief of operations
In summoning these two as
witnesses for the defense, Eieh-
marn's lawyer obviously wants
to claim that the holding of the
trial is "illegal" under interna
tional law because Eichmann
was "kidnaped" in Argentina
and also because he committed
his crimes against humanity on
non-Israeli soil during a period
when Israel was not yet in exist-
ence.
Israel Denies Commando Unit
Got Mengele in So. America
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Government of Israel formally de-
nied this week reports circulated
throughout the world that Dr.
Josef Mengele, the notorious and
lon^-hunted "selection doctor'" at
the Auschwitl murder factory, had
been hunted down in Argentina
and sent bj boat to Israel by Is-
raeli secret agents.
The report, initially carried in
the Paris Presse, a French news-
paper, stated that Mengele, who
had the task of selecting inmates
for the gas chambers in the Naii
death camp, had been placed
on a Panamanian freighter to ar-
rive in Israel to be a surprise wit-
ness in the trial of Nazi Adolf
Eichmann next week.
The Pans report went into con-
siderable detail on the alleged
trackdown anj seizure, prompting
the Israel Government press office
Against the opposition of Attor-
ney General Gideon Hausner. the
three-judge court that will try Eich-
mann granted Dr. Servatius' appli-
cation for permission to call Tohar
and Shimony. The court held that
In his testimony, the Czech en- the men may appear as defens J
gineer said that Eichmann and his witnesses, granting both the pro-.'
henchmen were rounding up thou-
sands of Jews telling them they
were being sent to a special resort.
Tereiin Spa." When Red Cross BAR KOCHBA REMAINS
workers were scheduled to visit ^^^
the camp, to check on the treat-
ment accorded there to Jews from
Denmark. Eichmann ordered that
Torozin be "dressed up." having
new apartments built and furnish-
ing deoon; clothing to the Inmates,
Pacovsky said that the Jews were
forbidden to talk to the Red Cross
workers, the rabbi of the camp
being ordered to deliver an address
in which he thanked the Germans
Continued on Page 9-A
KOCHBA REMAINS
Heroes Will
Be Reburied
"categorical denial"' ot ior their "excellent treatment '
the reports. The Government Later, stated Pacovsky. the rabbi
itatemenl said flatly that -this and several other Jews who were
is absolutely without foun- forced to participate in the decep-
rumor
dation
tion. were murdered
AS THE CRADLE OF LI3ERTY ROCKS
Vets Hit Va. Charter to Rockwell
State3 Supreme Court
William O. Douglas
lead a host of national
Itaries at a celebration
rael's Bar Mitzvah on
17 at the Fontainebleau
(See story. Page 7-A.)
By Special Report
WASHINGTON G >V .1 Lind-
., Umond Jr., of Virginia, has
been by the Jewish War
Veterans ol the U.S.A to review
the charter issued by Virginia that
would "legalise" the so-called
"American Naii Party," headed by
George Lincoln Rockwell, of Arl-
ington. Va.
National executive director Jo-
seph F. Barr. of the Jewish War
Veterans, In a letter to Gov. Al-
mond, asked that the Virginia state
Corporation Commission "review
the charter in terms of the history,
conduct, and avowed purposes of
the 'party' to which it was Issued."
lie expressed confidence that Vir-
ginia would not hesitate to revoke
the charter "upon judgment of the]
fact- "
In the view of the Jewish vete-
rans' organization, "the State of
Virginia, in licensing a Nazi
movement after the death of
so many thousands of American
youth in the defeat of this ideo-
logy, has undertaken a step
which cannot but help be broad-
cast around the world as support-
ing the extremist position ."
The veterans thought "such a
serious step" should be consid-
ered by Virginia's executive and
legislative authorities.
Referring to Virginia as "the cra-
dle of the nation's liberty," the
Continued on Page 6-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Tra-
ditional Jewish burial will be given
to the skeletons of Jewish martyrs
discovered in caves where they
died nearly 1.800 years ago while
fighting the Romans under Bar
Kochba. ir. th.' last futile revolt
against th.' Roman conqueror- if
Palestine. Prime Minister David
Ben-Gun.hi announced this wi
The Prime Minister made his an
Inouncemeni after Inspecting tl i
sitts whore the skeletons were
covered, in the Judean hills Mr,
Ben-Gurion visited four sites where
archaeological teams are now at
m ir the direct!
v gael v.i lin, ol the Hebn I
tj
The dggirgs have shed new-
light on the revolt led by Bar
Kochba during the period 132-135
of ire Common Era, according
to scientists with the exposition.
Among the remains are skeletons
of children as well as the skeletal
remains of adults, showing that
Continued on Page S-A
si


Page 2-A
-JenistitUrk&tr
Friday. April 7. 1361
Brandeis Club
To Hear Dean
A discussion on the sociological,
cultural and political progress in
recent times will feature the sec-
ond in a series of lectures given by
the Brandeis University Club of
Greater Miami at the Rubaiyat
room of ihe Algiers hotel on Thurs-
day evening. Apr. 13.
Melvin A Glasser. ol Brandeis
University, dean of university re-
sources and a visiting professor at
its Florence Heller School for Ad-
vanced Studies and Social Welfare.
\mI1 be guest >peaker. Title of In-
address i> "Pespective on Pro-
gress."
Dean Glasser was appointed
to the staff and faculty of the
university in December, 1*60, and
prior to his appointment was
executive vice president of the
National Foundation for Infan-
tile Paralysis.
During his eight years with the
foundation, he served as admini-
siiative director of the nationwide
Jews Block Indemnification Criticism
ttrree-and-a half
VIENNA-^JTA.-A move to al- Ministers on mdemnmcaum. totor a peroid of
lav the Criticism voiced by JewishlNaxi victims in Austria will take >earv> and 6000 SChJWng, ,., ,*,.
organizations against the Austrian place on Sunday This conleu-nti. sons_who could not complete their
Government lor delaying legal.. *"*flXeTfOttattoraItaBtta" b0'cal,*P l,f <'' l-^cu.
tion on pavment of indemnification curve
victim- WM made here by may t
the Social Committee of the Aus- present a reasonable offer.>
uou .... liuvn,.-,,, """-"--; "_ b,. MDned lt Ausria will not tion of their parents or themselves.
to Nazi Victims was made here bv may bj WJL^J^ Claimants falling into more -han
one category, according to the bill
Payments under the Austrian bill, would not be eligible fur more than
would include SSO schillings ($13.-
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Dr. Glasser's lecture is the sec-
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trian Parliament in approving a
bill that would provide at least a
token indemnity payment to the
surviving victims, including those
who were forced to flee Austria
during the Nazi regime.
However, the bill was approved
With .the stipulation that it would
enter' into force only if the West
German Government signed an
agreement to contribute to the cost
of indemnification. The Austrian
Government is reportedl) seeking
a contribution of $500.(>OU.OOO from
the Bonn Government.
Negotiations on West German
contribution to Austrian indem-
nification have already begun be-
tween the two countries and will
be continued this month when
Austrian Foreign Minister Bruno
Kreisky visits West German
Foreign Minister Heinrich von
Brentano at a vacation resort in
southern Germany. The Bonn
Government has not yet com-
mitted itself on any specific sum.
The Austrian claim on West Ger-
many is based on the fact that
the Hitler regime was responsi-
ble for the deaths and persecu-
tion of hundreds of thousands of
Austrian citizens.
i in Jerusalem. Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann. chairman of the Jewish
Claims Conference, indicated today
that the conference between the
Austrian and West German Foreign
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Jenisfi fkriofiar
Page 3>A
Weksler OK'd by Gables Commissioner;
Declares He is 'Independent Candidate'
Hospital hospitality almost makes the pain disappear for
Henny Youngman at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Pretty
Nurse Jewell Reese injects some vitamins into the comedian
after his tour of the hospital, shown under construction in the
oackground. Youngman is assistinq Cedars of Lebanon in its
occl fund-raislnq campaign. The S4.500.000 hospital will treat
pie of all faiths with a non-profit policy, when it opens in
ihe Metropolitan Medical Center on Oct. 1.
Cedars of Lebanon Plans Non-Sectarian
Contemplation Room for New Hospital
JtSStL JO LEAD BOARD ftU
PACE 8 A
Bernard B. Weksler. candidate
for Coral Gables Ci:y Commission
in' the election Tuesday. uJa< en-
dorsed this week by Jim Hess, pre-
sent city commissioner.
In coming out tor Weksler. Hess
said that "he possesses all the at-
tributes and qualities that I like in
a city commissioner. He is cap-
able, knows the problems ot our
city, is honest, sincere and a man
of great integrity."'
Mess added that "the candidate,
a 39-year-old attorney accountant,
knows how to plan for the future
development of Coral Cables, is
a firm believer in strict zoning en-
forcement, and is strongly opposed
to high rise buildings in residen-
tial and apartment areas."
Other reasons cited by Hess
for supporting Weksler are "his
civic and community activities
such as preventing the Granada
Golf Course give-away, the ex-
posing of tax free-loading of hos-
P tals and other properties, the
eliminating of discriminatory and
unequal fees and charges on the
public golf courses, the creating
of the Coral Gables Recreational
Advisory Board, and the spear-
heading of the citizens' fight to
reinstate Tax Assessor Thomas
C. Blount."
Hess declared "Weksler is a fine
example ol an unselfish, public
spirited and civic minded indivi-
dual.^
Other Wek>ler supporters mean-
while pointed out that he feels
the "consequence of high rise
dwellings in residential and apart-
ment areas would mean a highly
urbanized. crowded community
with big city honky tonk" atmos-
phere."
It was noted that Weksler
"strongly supports the adoption of
a strong conflict of interest pro-
vision in the city charter pro-
hibiting any city commissioner,
appointed official, or city em-
ployee, from financially benefit-
ing directly or indirectly from
any transaction, contract or mat-
ter involving Coral Gables."
Weksler declared Wednesday
that "i am the independent candi-
date who believes in standing up
for what is right, and in the best
interests "t the entire commumtv.
I am not and will never be a pup-
pet controlled by hellish outside
interests. I urge a return to good
clean, honest, decent cit\ govern
ment."
Panic Among Algerian Jews
A '"ontemplation Room tor
prayer and meditation has been
to the interior plans in the
:,.v Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital.'
:iniz to Samuel T Sapiro.
ent ol the hospital. "At a
lard of directors meeting.
board voted in tavor ot a nmi-
..... chapel, which will be Friends of Hebrew University, and
......: i for patients and visitors."
stated.
beautiful, but not lavish," ex-
plained Sapiro, "so that every
available dollar can make the
patient as comfortable as pos-
sible." The $4,500,000 hospital
will open Oct. 1 in the Metropoli-
tan Medical Center.
Active in Israel B'nds. American
president of Community Utilities
Corporation. Sapiro this week ex-
plained his taking on the added
:-.. r plans lor religious obser- responsibilitj ,.t being president ot
an inder consideration by Cedars of Lebanon:
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RAY U BINDER
-..e .-? Number 14
Friday. Ami! 7 1961
:: Nison ;
Adolf Eichmann Before the Bar of Justice
-'" '' ister C avid :;.-.-
Parlian
: hmanu ; rured :
c~ ic Israel worid
le of a lee 5 foi
c ?
- -
[Euro] .-
.- ustice because there can be no suit-
c bl( enttofithis crime.
Exactly what the world has beer, waiting
::: .= hard to say. On the or.e band there are
the curious who find h difficull to believe that
the rr.ar. Eichmann .s not just figment of Jew-
ish imagination. Not ell of these ere dupes,
who have succumbed to the cr.ti-Serr.r.ic canard
thai the six million figure should be adjusted
o a more "realistic" one or two million that
Jewish spokesmen are responsible for a vast
mot against the German people via their un-
believable tales of Nazi horror.
Many of these are honest. God-fearing men
end women, whose sensibilities stroin against
he acceptance of Third Reich history as it was
written.
On the other hand, for a startled and ex-
pectant world, there axe the outraged intellec-
tual proponents of justice m the abstract who
see in the Eichmann trial an Israel that has
violated" international law on several counts.
end that is therefore as guilty of crimes in the
name of retribution as the notorious prisoner
now before the bar.
* ?
THE VIGIL AGAINST INHUMANITY
Mostly, we suspect, the world will look on
dispassionately during the course of the trial.
fully accepting the principle that the bad man
clways gets his just punishment. For these.
.-ere will be little concern about Israeli juris-
c.ction or guestions of ex-post facto.
The time has arrived. Adolf Eichmann
must now account for his actions and. if found
guilty, pcy for them.
But as the trial's opening approaches Tues-
ccy, other considerations become increasingly
eppcrent. Will the curious, the disbelieving,
end the dispassionate respond to the terrifying
races of history for which this Nazi and his
prototypes were responsible? will they be
reawakened to the brutality and the inhumen-
ity? Will they, above all, determine that inter-
national conscience should emerae victorious
from the ashes of Jewish suffering under the
Hitlerian heel, dedicated to cm e'terr.c: vigil
against the recurrence of such brutality end in-
humanity?
Certainly, the State of Isrcel hopes so. For
is ^upon this possibility that Isrcel has
cammed her ccoc name as a law-abiding
democratic people. It is upon this, end net
the hope tor ret.-.but Cn. that Israel is oroceedi-.a
- the tried of Adolf Dchmann.
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THE RELUCTANCE TO CAPTURE HIM
1: the world :s many things showing many
^actions to me E.:r.rr.=:.r. trial il .s above ell
tense. Wild rumor* Qua weak of the capture
see! :-!enge!e in South America bv a anil of
-sraeli rommar.dcs emphasizes the tens.on.
To: as anauished as Adolf Eichmann h m-
efl are me many Nazis in hiding .-:e Me--
ae.e who feer both the ncture end the extern of
ichmana testimony. It is. in this regard.'en-
tirely ronceivable that he may turn against
m and flush them out of hidina in a' final
Wccr.er.cn flourish of Goenerdcmmerur.a.
But more than hi henchmen, who shudder
- Eichmann won't want to tcke the rco a'l
zy himeeb*. there ere the Western powers them-
se.ves erstwhile enemies of the N-.- 1 -net may
re ra.ied to account d '.'.rut
----- theii role by omiaaic rhtei of
s->-' Q? Indications ere that Ace
ma:.-, knows much about il and thai he .mends
..-.a some uncomfortable light on 1 during
the course : efense.
spoken '
during the week ST*!
I amconvir...
of purple. T .
crates reflect- ,,
tion as religion
city*i moraine .' -
indeed, a< ea
, But his mile;
and fastidioti-r-
- r Mr T. IS90 Where matters of faith a:.
oomei to the fore
If his i- .....^-paper sen ins the needs 1 IJn..
at lai to me that Mr Taft'., zea 1
-_ in the proselytizer'a vein i> sun
1 .ill of whose readers
spiritual affair- A ca-<
; k.i re Mr Taft attempted tome .
gats tempered
- a\ before Jud
\
" p< r. effort M euj

The Court Will Come to Order!
All in all. beyond the curious, the dis-
believing, and the dispassionate, sufficient
reason exists to speculate that few ever really
wanted Dchmann to come to triaL That he
slipped through Allied hands several times at
the conclusion of World War II. that the West
German Republic made no effort to apprehend
him. that the Nazi power structure in Argentina
and other countries sought to protect him both
before and after his capture, that he would
never be brought to trial without Israeli per-
sistence all these are symptoms of the re-
luctance w.th which the high and the mighty
will begin to follow the proceedings come
Tuesdcy.
* *
INOCULATION OR FURTHER INFECTION
In a very real sense, then, the trial of Adolf
E.chmann is a Pandora's box. Israel and,
indeed, most of the Jewish people, want me
box opened. They went the world to be con-
fronted by its nature and it* extent. Thev hope
that the shock of recognition will be' sharp
enough to institute safeguards against future
genocide.
But Israel end the Jewish people gambled
mere tr.cn their good name in the capture of
Eicnmann the spiriting c: him from Argent na
anc the launching of legal action c him
m cn Israeli court of icw. They gambled I
the virulence of the Pandora's box would inocu-
icte and net further ..-.feet.
Against the latter poaaibiliry --.ere can be
no safeguard. Wittingly or ur.'v. y those
rcuntea on Adolf E. .. s s.ce today m-
r.-ue the (rank anti-Semite and the outraqed 1 -
tellectual determined to see Israel pay tot her
attract crime against abstract intomational
u!d me Pinhmann disclosures infect
rather than inoculate, or do both equal v U
me renxs of the sympathizers will 'crew.'
Tr..s js the g.-ectest gamble of all (fee
tr.ci thai oeq.ns in Jerusalem on Tuesday "h
:s c gamble 'net Israel was obligated to I
the name of the six m.Uion Jewish dead Per-
haps nceed. Israel reckoned it cs no -eel
gamble at ell. for those predisposed lo the
eisease of cnti-Semm m may be expecte
succumb at one time or another. '
the broodma *;
man cihren tu
himsed As one c: urtold thousanas
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A BLAST Of COLS Alt Al THt PUUIT
PAS'ER Hi LE

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t sets f on I
believe who d<
and truo ir. ;. D the Gospi
be condi
This excerpt froni Mark 16 14-161 ia the lubstancc of thi
message in Mr Tai: viea a-<: as 1 say I am in whotebeari
with hit amplification. It 1- the final and irrevocable .,
the brotherhood boys 11 waves .1 threatening if presumahh r
fist at tbe heathen and unbeliever In r.<> uncertain manr.tr .
road to "irtterfaith understanding'' which, m these term- .- ai
sibihty Above all. it should be a rush of cold a.r at the c\< r
army of rabbis who can not blast off from the hunching pad-
pulpits save by the effronu r> ..' Christian parallels
But if Mr. Taft has successfully put Easter into prop*r ptr-.-
for us the kind that places the holiday somewhat apart '
benign bunny egg-hunting side he fails m his larcer intent
the columnist -Whether this vital passage of Scripture car. -r be
read again in Dade county public >chools may hmge or. at takes
place in Circuit Judge J Fritz Gordons courtroom r.ev,
morning."
rw mnuonjuns mm n upon as
^ME QUESTION, of course, is whether this or any other
should ever be read there in the first instance The la
concerned about that but not those inspired by the real of their I
Mr Taft. clearly, is among them For him. no such question M pro-
priety exists; for bim. it seems a matter of favoring eantinuai
enough religious observances to let the students know that ().
j-onsider rebgion an important part of our way of life "
Obviously, the missionary's bent is at work here, oblivio
serious problem revolving around the legahtv of COBSC* iu
practices in the schools One may, ,n this regard, well wonder
Mr Taft means by -religion." For here, the issue of '-MO*
observance becomes a central one whether, as an exam;
-man reading of the Bible in Dade county classrooms -
sable, or even possible.
Mr. Taft s implicit defense of what he calls -our wav of -
the ultimate argument against proponents of Bible-reatiin'g ai
an religious practices in the schools. Tner. -.
be no such thing, inherent in the process is sectarianism of
an elemental order. If the columrust deplores the fact that th.
he quotes from the Gospel acconiing to Mark mav not be read
county frchooh -Mould the current suit rule against it, uh,-
b.J- mean by favoring continuation of enough religion-
beyond this passage for the non-Christian -
m the intimidating voice of lome of the ill pr
What can lie
who hears it read n me u imidai
D.de count> teachers I have met :r. my day' Some of the.,
men espe< m.n in whose ,.Xt. r. ,
: :' weakness in intellect an
0 of things as elemental as the three F v.
ond it Hive psychic upheaval for Staffnt
oclusticbingefortaai
:
:
TMf ftlONY DOUBLY COMPOUNDID
QOES he hold no regard r those who. bv virtue of tl
01 another fail polite!) bul firmlj reject the pnn,
1 the Gospel and are not baptize
ai captive audience fo. |
' Vr J*[ that M k motivated I
. .':1-"'.'">r.:e his spiritual convict!
t ihat the majority frequent
: .ncidentall>.i>pm
n hat tn, separatKin of church and state doctrUv
bably, the truth also
......Vfil to understand why others.
.( his
.. i be.
h pro-
1 ho
.r thi-
a
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fa an) if, Taft ventures an opinion with
i'nt litigation, hnwevor n^.^v, ....____\:______ ._ .
Climr'.,; w t" ventures an opinion with
However much we mav
L\.t !. v J opinion in
inch;..,- i,-- >. o ..i.__.!.. _i_______. t~u
right
1 he expresses bis opinion in
tatttheft.
to be n
, herignon
must pta 1
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Friday. April 7. 1961
+Jewisi} Meridian
Page 5-A
First Desalination Plant Under Way
EIL.4T (-JTA) The corner-
sione was Laid here this vyeek at
this southern tip of Israel for the
(ountr%'s first water desalination
plant which will consist of four
units each capable of producing
60.000 gallons of sweet water daily.
The plant will be completed bet ore
the end of this vear.
Attending the ceremony were
President Beo-Zvi; Development
Minister Mordechai Bentov; Da-
vid Karr, pre>idont of the Fair-
banks Whitney Corporation of Chi-
cago, which i> building the units;
Dr Ah xander Zarchln, of Tel Aviv,
Russian-born inventor of the pro-
(.'; i rank Barry, I'nited States
l'nder*ecretar> of the Interior; and
Carlton Skinner, treasurer of Fair-
L>;nk- Whitney Corporation.
Barry, whose presence indica-
ted the interest of the U.S. Gov-
ernment in the process, said th
United States felt that the Zar-
ehin process, miflht solve irriga-
tion preolems of arid regions in
the United Stales. Skinner dis-
closed that a contract had been
reached for a Zarehin plant with
3,000,000 gallons daily capacity
for the United States Navy.
The plant in Israel is being es-
tablished jointly by the Israel Gov-
ernment and the American cor-
poration, the Government holding
60 percent of shares in the plant.
and the corporation. 40 percent.
The price of water produced
through the Zarehin process will
initially be just under SI.00 per
thousand gallons, which compares
with SI.75 per thousand gallons.
the next lowest price by any other
process
Mr. Karr told the gathering that
his company expected the price to
come down to 40 cents per thou-
sand gallons within a few years.
The plant will produce 250,000 gal-
lons daily when completed. Mr
Karr also reported that agreement
had been reached on an agree-
ment under which the American
firm would produce desalination
plants for the American herui
sphere and Israel will make them
for Europe. Africa and Asia.
Soviet Ambassador Mikhail
Bodrov also was present at the
ceremony and had a long talk
with the Russian-born inventor,
who has several of his inventions,
including some for manganese
production, registered in Russia.
The interest of the Soviets in the
process was indicated by the fact
that while other members of the
, diplomatic corps arrived at Eliat lengthy press conference and dur-
j shortly before the start of the ing the press dinner which followed
, cornerstone laying. Ambassador arranged their seating so that Mr
Bodrov and three aides arrived at Zarehin had a Soviet diplomat on
Eilat a day earlier, attended a' either side.
To Receive Jewish Burial
Continued from Page 1-A
entire families holed up in the
caves during the fighting.
dn hilltop- surrounding the
caves, Roman posts were disco-
\ indicating where the con-
querors laid siege to the Jewish
l lers Inside the cave-, the
archae logists have found articles
let! b> the besieged, including
plates and ornaments wrapped in
matting and tied with string. These
articles remained intact because
the air in the caves i- dry How-
ever, the dryness of the air is the
factor that led to the suffocation
of the besieged Jews
The burial of the skeletons, Mr.
Ben-Gurion said, will take place
on a cliff-top above Wadi llever.
near the site where the last Jewish
resistance battles were fought b>
Bar Kochba and his follower-
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OFHCIRS TO BE INAUGURATED
*
justice Douglas to Head Dignitaries
At Israel Bond Function Here May 17;
Samuel f riedland Will Lead Committee
Samuel Fricdland. chairman of
trc Greater Miami Israel Bonds
committee, ha.s announced that Wil-
liam 0. Douglas, Justice of the
United States Supreme Court, will
head a host of national dignitaries,
al the worldwide celebration of
Krael's Bur Mitzvnh ;it a dinner
1, lake place in Miami on Wcdncs-
c.,\ May 17. at the Fonlainebleau j
noti i
One of America'! hading jus- j
Uce.*, Justice Dougla- has served
i r. the Supreme Court since 19:19.
B< hj- long been identitud with
friendship lor the State ol Israel.
Recently returned from visit
to Israel, Justice Douglas has
consented to come to Miami for J
this occasion "because of the .
world-wide significance of the
celebration of Israel's 13th an-
niversary."
ccasion will also mark the
plficial inauguration ot Samuel
I edland as general chairman of
i: i Israel Bond committee and the
u stallation of Fricdland'- cabinet
ajfitere, dinner chairman Maurice
j pointed out
. To be installed with Fricdland
$ Jack Cantor, chairman of the
I ol governors; Samuel Oritt,
i an for the State ol Florida;
j.. I'opick, chairman of th"
5 iivi board; Maurice A
If i h. i.i m.. ii ol the i xe< utive
t h i .'c-.-ph Coh n, chair-
n nd Nal Waldman, i ice chair-
r for Miami Beach; Harold
1 rman, chairman, and Meyer A
} a n il Sheldon K.i> Vice
nen for the City ol Miami
;>< ioIIou m^ division i hair
r Jack earner. Pacesetters;
i Bornstein, Trustees; .lack
[ l/man, Builder-. Leonard Rosen
* i: Mberi Pallot, Guardians;
E A:i-m. congregaUonal dm-
i Miami Beach, and Henrj Gil-
bert, congregational dinners, Mi-
ami; Sam Remhard. High Holi-
lays; Sam Lachman. hotels; Dr
Milton Lubarr and Abraham Grun-
hut. organizations; Janus Albert.
Oleh Regel, Ben Essen, special
event-; Harold Zinn, young execu-
tives; and Jack Rilkin. building
hinds.
Members ot the board of gov-
ernors to be installed are Sam
Blank, Lewis Bower, Joseph Ap-
plebaum, Morris Cooper, Abram
Fox, A. C. Fine. Maurice Gans,
Sidney Gans, Samuel Goldfarb,
Paul Gordon, Isidore Hecht, Sam-
uel Kipnis, Marcie Leberman, Da-
vid J. Light, Sam Luby, Sanford
Kean, Max Orovitz, Dan Ruskin,
Louis Rudnick, Carl Weinkle and
Max Weitx.
\k a chairmen are lly Galbut,
South Shore; A! Sherman. North
Shore; Tom KravitZ. Bay Harbor;
Max Kolker, Surf side; Benjamin
Rimer, Allison Island; Ezra Fine-
gold. Biscayne Point; Al Levine,
South Miami; Harry Gordon, South
Wesl Miami; Ik rman Feldman,
Coral Gables; Max Fox. Keystone
Point and Isaac Donen. North Mi-
ami Beach.
Revitz said that the observance
of the 13th anniversary of Israel
"marks the coming ot age ot Is-
rael's economy. The country has
advanced from a position ot ex-
treme austerity to a relatively high
degree of prosperity. Its citizens
have homes, lood and clothing, and
the problem of employment has
been almoM completely conquered.
"The industrial and agricultural
development which Israel Bonds
have financed,"' he said, "have en-
abled Israel to make rapid strides
toward economic independence.
The country's progress will be ac-
celerated as its growth and devel-
opment are speeded up with the
dollars we make available through
our Israel Bond purchases."
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Knesset Quits;
Elections Aug. 15
Continued from Page 1-A
the proposal argued that a govern-
ment withou: a mandate could not
carry out policy in cither domestic
or loreign altairs. The parties in-
volved were the General Ziom-ts.
Herut. Achdut Avodah, Klapam, the
Progressives, the Communists and
AgUdat Israel
The current Knesset is the tourth
-nice establishment ol the State
It was elected in November. 1958,
for a four-year period. The Gov-
ernment which fill on .1.1 iiii.ii> 31
was 1-raH's ninth.
N.
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Professor pro tempore proqram at Mt. Sinai Hospital last week
brought a distinguished visitor. Dr. Alton Ochsner. director of
surgery of Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner Foundation Hospital
and professor of surgery, Tulane University school of medicine.
Here Dr. Richard M. Fleming, director of the department of
general surgery at the hospital. Dr. Ochsner and Samuel Gert-
ner, executive director, talk as a session is about to start.
Rabbi Due in Daylona
lecturer at Volusia County Com.
munity College in Daytona Bench
Rabbi Henry Leon Shwartz. ot on Tuesday, Apr II. Rabbi Shwartz
the C'ongreuation of Liberal Ju- will speak in \lt Bethel Baptist
d.i,-in in Orlando, will repre-ent Church on "The Great Dilemmas
hi Jewish Chaiitauqua Society a- of the 20th Century."
ATTORNEY
ACCOUNTANT
BUSINESSMAN
UNSELFISH CIVIC LEADER
BERNARD B. WEKSLER
Coral Gables City Commission
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE
KNOW HIS STAND ON THESE ISSUES!
1. OPPOSED TO HIGH RISE BUILDINGS.
2. FAVORS STRICT ZONING ENFORCEMENT-
3. OPPOSED TO UNWARRANTED TAX FREE
4 FAVORS-MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN
PROFESSIONAL ACTION.
5. OPPOSED TO-PUBLIC LAND GIVEAWAYS.
6. FAVORS-RECREATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PLAN AND ACTION.
ACTION.
LOADING. '
7. OPPOSED TO-WASTE AND EXTRAVAGANCE
IN GOVERNMENT.
8 FAVORS-ROAD AND STREET LIGHTING.
SEWERAGE IMPROVEMENT ACTION!
9. OPPOSED TO-SPECIAL INTERESTS AND
FAVORITISM IN GOVERNMENT.
10. FAVORS-STRONG CONFLICTS OF INTEREST"
LAW IN CHARTER ACTION.
11. OPPOSED TO-HIGH WATER AND UTILITY RATES.
12. FAVORS-DECENT WAGES FOR CITY EMPlOYEES.
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KNOW THE CANDIDATE
BERNARD B. WEKSLER
39-Year Old Attorney, Accountant,
Student cf Government.
Mamed to Beverly, 2 Daughters,
Ronni Joy, Maria June.
Resides at 435 Luenga Ave.
De Paul University (Juris Doctorate), 1948.
World War II Veteran.
Member of Florida Bar Association.
KNOW HIS RECORD OF ACTION
Spearheaded Public Opposition to
Granada Golf Course "Giveaway."
Exposed Tax Free-Loading" of
Hospitals and Other Properties.
Sponsored the Creation of Recreational Ad'.isory Board.
Obtained Uniform, Equal and Non Discriminatory
Fees for Goifers.
Led Citizens Fight for Reinstatement cf
Tax Assessor Thomas C. Blount.
*
MEMBER OF TEMPLE BETH AM
Executive Board Member Jewish Family and Children's Service.
Co-Chairman of Membership-Nominating Committee of J.F.C.S.
Past Chairman of Miami G.M.J.C.C.
Past Vice President of G.M.J.C.C.
West Miami Masonic Lodge No. 302
MAHI SHRINE TEMPLE Member Amer.can Jewish Commi
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+Jtist fhrkfiari
Friday, April 7, i961
2t6
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FIRST! NEW YORK TO
80.000 Took Part in Murder of Jews
STl TTGARTtJTAV-Supporl
Eichmann, the Gestapo leader who
000 European .lews under the Nazi
German War Crimes office, which
part in the mass murders ot Jews
The impact of the figures, espe-
cially upon public opinion in West
. \ is to deflate claims that
are made in some circle? here that
only a handful" ol (ionium.- t-n.k
pan m the wartime atrocities
J( Mrs The direct relation-
the i ewl) announced
- nd the Eichmann .-. was
in the fact that the data was
to G rman news]
I ;ni k. just
vhich gets
..i> Apr 11
ures wen am need to
the German newspapermen h> the
i hut e\p< rt <>n the
subject. Ernest Schuele, direct
and chiet prosecutor for the Wos
German Central War Crimes Com-
mission The Commission was es
tablished in 19,i8 to coordinate and
probe into war crimes and arrange
for prosecutions prior to ;he expir-
ation of the statutory deadlim
such prosecutions in 1965
Schuele told the press that at
to the forthcoming trial of Adolf
directed the mass murder of 6.000.-
regime, was liven here i>> the Weal
led that 80.000 Germans took
durinp World War if
least 1,000 persons will be tried
in German courts during the
next two years on chargs of
mure'ering "countless numbers of
human beings" during the Naii
regime. H further related Is-
rael's and German/'s own efforts
to track down and prosecute the
Nazi war criminals by revealing
that Israel had furnished West
Germany with a list cf 3,000 Naii
war criminals. AM 3,000, he said,
"were involved in criminal com-
plexes which have either already
been investigated or that we are
beginning to probe riant now."
A, i i S hut l< 1'hi to 150
re living
we ev< n knout the
uts ol some ol them."
But. he said. West German} "has
encountered great difficult)
ti mpting to obtain I he aid ol the
Intern; ice authorities and
uf other foi i ign authoi ities" in
apprehending (he war criminals
In ing abroa'd.
Cedars of Lebanon Board to be Honored;
George Jessel Will Preside Over Dinner
Interpol. the Inter:, ,-
Organization, considt
as men accused ol ,j
crimes, and refuses for th
to aid in their captun oi
tion. Schuele -aid "Other .., vl
could have captured A. | h-
mann a Ions lime ago." He -uid
that a warrant for the ar
Eichmann vu issued b:
German court at Prankfuri
go ..- 1!46.
The prosecution in the trial cf
Karl Chmielewski, former con.
mandant of the Gusei tub-camp
of the Mauthausen concertrifion
camp, demanded li*e imprison-
ment for the defendant, it was re-
ported meanwhile in Ansbach
this week.
The pros cution as. rted
im< ny of witn..... x.
.....k trial had provi tha :,8-
ar old formi r SS ma joi
tall) murder, d at least P
inm.it i, The pn CUtl
three years
co di fendant Herl ert .1
. amp guard, for c< mpl
murder.
More than 100 witlW sses !
git me descriptii ns I unb
horrors which took placi : the
camp, including the death
\ ised b) Chmieh ski in
mates were taken nak<
camp courtyard and hos<
with ice cold water until t
George Jessel, "toastmaster gen-
eral of the U.S.," 'll preside over
a Seville hotel dinner saluting the
board of directors of Cedars of Leb-
anon on Apr 29
Samuel T Sapiro. president of
Cedars Of Lebanon, announced that
the 6.'i-year-old actor, author, pro-
ducer and spirited speaker will
fly to Miami solely for the pur-
pose of payins tribute to the 30-man
hospital board.
Jessel recieved hit title of
toa*tmattr general from form-
er President Truman, after Jes-
sel helped him campaign for the
Presidency. Jesstl also assisted
President Roosevelt and New
York Mayor Jimmy Walker in
their political battles.
A most recent accomplishment
by Jessel is his new book. "Elegy
in Manhattan, scheduled to reach
the bookstands this month.
Jessel will help Cedars of Leba-
non drive for funds to complete
the 282 hed institution scheduled
for an Oct. l opening.
Included on the Cedars ol Leba-
non board of directors being hon-
ored arc Stanley C Myers, chair
nun; Samuel T Sapiro. president;
Samuel Luby, David Stuzin and
V. e n Novack, vice presidents.
Harold Thurman, secretary; and
B Williams Apte. treasurer
other board members are Sid-
ney M AronovitZ, Dr Morris Blati.
Elliott Blumenthal, Dr Chester
Casael, Hon. Irving Open. Mau-
rice Fur man, Herbert Gelernter.
Dr. Morton M Halpern. Sidney
Langer, Sidne\ Lefcourt, Harry
Markowitz, E Albert Pallot. Dr.
Max Pepper. Dr Maurice Huh,
Dr Reuben Rochkind and Nathan
B Rood. '
Robert Russell, Samuel J.
Spector, Sol C. Sheye, Joseph
Weintraub, Henry Wolfe tnd
Stanley H. Wolf are also board
members being honored.
The tribute is being paid to the
board Tor its determined eflort
during 'he past three years to make
Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital a re-
ality." Opproximatety 750 promi-
nent doctor-, businessmen and
other communitj leaden are < \
peeled at the dinner
Lions Schedule Sale
Little River Lions club will hold
a pancake and sausage salt on Sun
day, Apr 9, 6 30 a in to 2 34 p m
i i ds urll go to Lion activities.
The sale is scheduled lor the cor
i I va 2 ,,\, and 78 it Miami
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Friday. April 7. 1961
"Jenist; Fkrfcfinr
Page 9-A
Flaar.g unique mezzuzah on the door of the new sanctuary
ct Temple Ner Tamid at recent dedication ceremonies ore Col.
William J. HarTis and Nathan Rottenberg. The mezzuzah is
c cr.e in plastic and stained glass, and was desianed by Van
Looking on is Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader
(: the Temple.
Eichmann Defense to Hit
Against Israeli Jurisdiction
Continued from Pag 1-A
(tr..'ii and the defense ih-.' riu'ht td
aftjue during the trial whether the
testimony of these wiine>.-c- It
likely to concern matters that will
In- decided during the trial."
Israel, it is understood, will ar-
gue that, under international law.
the manner in which a prisoner is
broupht under the jurisdiction of a
iourt is irrelevant.
Tuesday's announcement of the
completion of all preparations for
:"( (.penini; of the trial stated that
accredited correspondent < will re-
radios over which they will be able
to listen to instantaneous interpre-
tation of the trial's proceedings in
Unmakes of their choice He-
htew, Yiddish. English. French or
German. Yiddish was added to the
roster of lanpuajjcs in an order is-
ued by the Israeli authorities on
Tuesday. The protocol ol the trial
proceedings will he published in
all ut the lanpuap's
The forthcoming trial will he
.'.'H.mt not only for .lews, but
also to the world at laijzc. Prime
Minister Bcn-Gurion declared m
Tel \
In an interview in the evening
"fwspap*,- Yediot Achronot, Mr.
Btsn Gurion stated that "the heavy
burden of the Naii holocaust,
which the Eichmann trial will re-
veal, rests not only on Naii Ger-
many. It rests also on England,
Prance and the United States,
which could have saved those
Jews who fled toward Israel, but
were not permitted to land here."
"The world should be laced with
the [. itentials ol anti Semitism."
Mr Ben-Gurion continued. 'lie
world should be reminded. Eich-
niann\ personal fate is unimpor-
tant. It is the unveiling of the en-
tire extermination program against
the Jews that matters The Pre
mier pointed up the tact that the
Kichmann trial should remind the
world that "the six million who
perished included the best of the
Jewish people, the very people
from whom giants like Chaim
Nachman Bialik and Albert Ein-
stein came."
Asked whether he feared detT
ioration of Israeli-West German
relations, due to the Eichmann
trial. Mr. Ben-Gurion said he sees
no basis for such tears. "Ther'
was another Germany before the
Nazis came to power." he stated,
"and there is now a different Gcr
many. We are interested in hav un-
friendly relations with today's Ger-
many But we want the German
vnuth to know who the Nazis
were." He said that Israel gave
no guarantees to West German)
in connection with the Eichmann
trial and that, in [act, "Germany
requested no such guarantees."
(In Buenos Aires, police said
Tuesday that an arson attempt on
.1 synagogue there Thursday night
miKht have Ivecn inspired by Nazis
m connection with the forthcoming
Eichmann trial in Israel. The tire
was put out bv neighbors and police
who estimated damages at about
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Friday, April 7.
A Contemporary View of Passover
By RABBI DAVID W. HERSON
Beth Emcth Congregation
ll u ti .: K. Rdbbi
Kjhb: Hifl.-jr ben Aruridh
Rabbi A^ibu jiJ Rabbi Tarfon. 1'iur
thf\ ufTf once reclining'around then
PoMovei rubic : Bnei H<^'n and it'ere
speaking ahem :'>r going out
all :hut nighl until t'ic:r du-
,.;n( i i -j d ii' (nem, "Our
....... ; 7>:i a* arrived for ilir
Tfi.:. th< .....rnmg Sh >"-
With this paragraph, the Hagga-
dah begins to relate the events pre
ceding the liberation of the Chil-
dren of Israel from Egyptian bond-
age It is an unusual story, for it
si s mure questions than it an-
swers. First is. why did the five
s< ges meet alone, contrary to cus-
tom? Would it nol be more fitting
to have their disciples present
vkhen they recounted the glorious
events leading up to the liberation
from Eg) ptian bon lage?
The locale where the sages met,
the city of Bnei Brak, is also ol
special significance, for that was
the location ol Rabbi Akiba's
school that later furnished the
bulk of Bar Kochba's warriors.
Historians have pondered over
this paragraph and wondered whe-
ther this seemingly innocent meet
I the fivi sages on the evi ol
the Passover was devoted only to
the retelling ol lh< Exodus from
Egypt
Dr. Cecil Roth, as well as other
historians, read info this para-
gaph a meeting that is complete-
ly obscured by their recorded
conversation. According to these
historians, the Passover holiday
inspired the sages, as well as all
fredom loving people, to plan a
revolt against the Romans that
culminated shortly thereafter
with the B-.r Kochba rebellion.
The Festival of Passover is not
merely one that commemorate- an
event recorded in Biblical annals.
but also serves as an impetus for
the maintenance and promotion of
freedom and liberty everywhere
that it does not exist. Tims we find
that the Exodus story inspired not
only Israelites Of poal Biblical
times to seek and attain freedom,
but non-Jewish nations, steeped in
Biblical tradition also regarded the
Passover a; an inspiration towards
acquiring their own independence
The Modern Exodus
it maj be surprising to learn
that the Founding Father- ol our
Republic, too. were inspired bj the
Biblical story ol the Egyptian libe-
ration to seek independence from
England. The Pilgrim Fathers
were devout students of the Bible.
They read it with great diligence
and employed it with literal exacti-
tude Lacking rabbinical interpre-
tation, they accepted the Bible in
it- simple, literal form and con
sequently ended up by inheriting
the good, as well as the doubtful
The burning ol witches was to them
as divinely ordained as the Ten
Commandments and the need for
a thanksgiving celebration as
nei arj as all other festivals re
corde I in the Bible Hence, the
event- related in Exodus telling
ol Israel's bondagi in Egypt
punishments meti
out to the Egyptiai the mira-
cles and ders wn ught in their
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The story of Israel's liberation
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when these religiously oriented
people saw themselves as re-
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lives. They too, crossed a Red
Sea, only in their times, it was
known as the Atlantic. They too,
experienced trials and tribula-
tions in crossing the desert,
through the conquest of the vi-
cissitudes of a new world. They
too, foug-t Canaanites in order
to possess a Promised Land, in
the form of Indians, French and
British. They too, escaped an
Old World motivated by the fear
to exercise freedom of religion
just as the Children of Israel es-
caped Egypt in order to be al-
lowed to worship in the faith of
their fathers.
I- it ol any wonder 'hen that
i thirteen original colonies, im-
bued with these views, regard
themselves as reincarnated Chil-
dren ol Ma. I? 1- it any wonder
then that when the iir-l Great Seal
..I the United States was prop* u d
to the American Congress, the
artists quite naturally proposed a
seal containing the scene ol Moses
leading the Children of Israel
.. Ihi Red >' a, with the in-
lion around it reading Re
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Pace 11-A
|in their attempt to gain freedom
I in this land.
Jewish Influence
Historians have long maintained
[l ,i the sucessful revolt against
{England staged by the thirteen
[( Monies of the new world inspired
other peoples to seek similar re-
(ilress against oppression. "The
khol heard round the world" in-
kpired men like Lafayette who re-
i turned to France and there partici-
pated in the Frerfch Revolution.
It ia puzzlitm however, why his-
[orians have been reluctant to rec-
ognize Jewish influence and admit
|t,i Jewish sources for their inspi-
ration in gaining freedom It is
[true 'hat there were tevs Jews in
France during the French Revolu-
tion, but the fe that were there
Saw, in the French Revolution, the
recurrence of their own national
experience
Steeped in tradition, they could
not help but compare the French-
man's love for freedom with their
I longing for redemption There
lvere many Jews of the few that
Iresided in France who actively
[participated in bringing about the
downfall of the monarchy and
gplamored along with all the other
masses for liberty, equality and
raternity Many wrote eloquent
handbills and distributed them
[lively to incite the populace in the
1i ause i'i freedom
The fact that the French Revo-
lution wit also instrumental in
breaking down the Ghetto walls
and bringing the rays of equality
to the oppressed Jewish minori-
ty, was an added reason for the
Jewish enthusiasm in behalf of
the Revolution.
Outstanding among the publicists
who promulgated in behalf of the
tew freedom was one. Samuel
Levy, who wrote as follows:
"France, who was first to remove
the shame of Judah; she is our
Israel, her hills are our Zion. her >
rivers, our Jordan. Let us drink '
of the living waters of her wells,
they are waters of freedom ... to
freedom there is but one language
and all of us must learn her alpha-
bet. The nation which was op-
pressed more than any others must
now pray for the nation who has
opened the gates of the enslaved
Francethe land of refuge."
Strange Power
Samuel Levy was. If anything,
no more, no less than an observant
Jew. a prototype of his brethren
In exile. IIi> reaction may well
lie symptomatic of the reaction of
his co-religionfsts
Passover. 1961. the Passover of
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seems to be divided into diame-
trically opposed camps, where
the freedom of the individual,
no less than the freedom of the
state, hinges upon conviction and
desire of the individual citizen-
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entire mass of people from the
midst of an existing nation and sud-
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with laws, morals, mores and
ethics, Whatever political states-
manship may be attributed to
Moses and to the generation of his
time, none can deny that a power.
Stronger than those created
through human hands, was at work.
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must have been prevalent in past
generations, our liberty and our
freedom might also be as firmly
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Friday. April 7
'
Your CJA leaders: 1961
Parisian Christians Form Israeli Kibbutz'in Southern France
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
NORMAN A. ARKIN: No. 35 in a Series.
An architectural engineer
who male quite a name tor
himself in his college days at
Georgia Tech. and then went
on to fulfill the early promise
of a successful career as a
builder, is the subject of thi-
week's salute.
Norman A. Arkin belongs
to the growing corps of CJA
newcomers which has lent
color and leadership in the
1961 campaign.
He served several years as
NOKMAN AKKIN
a member of the Builders
Division, and then undertook
the chairmanship of the Bay
Harbor Residents Division in
the current drive.
With co-chairmen Jack
Games, Robert Krinzman
and George Sogg a> key
workers. Arkin organized the
CJA effort in his community,
and was responsible for
developing a fast-moving
group of volunteers who ch
maxed their activities with a
successful meeting at the
chairman's home.
Veterans have commented
on the calm assurance and
systematic approach ol the
Bay Harbor chairman, whose
achievements dollar wise in
the campaign have substan-
tially exceeded last year's
totals.
At this point. Arkin i- busily
engaged in the final clean-up
phase in Bay Harbor, urging
all his workers to complete
their solicitation-
He is a member of Temple
Beth Sholom, the Miami
Beach Exchange Club, and a
number of professional asso-
ciations.
"I'm convinced that CJA is
the most sensible and effi-
cient way to keep our Jewish
community budding and
growing." he said.
Arkin's personal creed and
sense of dedication speaks
well for the brand of leaders
coming to the fore in recent
years.
PARIS tJTA)A collective farm.
,operated along the lines of an Is-
'raeli kibbutz, has been founded by
ia group of Parisian Christians at
; Paradatlhan. in an abandoned
rural area in south-central Prance.
The founder of the kibbutz. Vin-
cent Thibout. a metallurgical engi-
neer, spent 18 months at Sdeh Eli the kibbutz, and th.. \^u,re
ahu Emek Beth Shean Kibbutz, on | flourishing alter a year '' {*
the Israel Jordan frontier, before I Thibout declared "*
deciding to emulate the Israel, ex- ^^ ^^
perience in France. i as his religion, stat.u. fjf'gj
Eighty-nine Parisian.-, only one'butz way of ttfe. plu- Judaism of
;of whom had previous experience t fers an answer to nun. moral'vm
at farming, are DOW members of material problems."
Beth David Plans Cornerstone Ceremony
For New Auditorium Addition Sunday
Congregation Beth David will
have .i cornerstone dedication cere-
n my tor its nev. auditorium Sun-
day, 4 p m.. at the synagogue, 2625
SW 3rd avi Miami.
The new addition to the SJI a
g igui includes an au< itorium, with
.. seating capacit) of i.imh) people.
chapel, library, administrative ol
I es, a n d n\ e additional class-
! .in-
Mohan's Hat
In Gables Ring
Leo v Mahan, running lor city
commissioner oi coral Gables
'1 .-day. declared here that "M
elected I will devote full time to the
city commission post."
Mahan has been a Coral Cables
n-ident for the past 16 years, is
a third generation marine salvage
expert and World War II ship sal-
vage officer with the is Navy,
i cent!) retired at 53 as sales en-
gineer with a diesel firm.
He is pa-t pesident of the Coral
Gables Country Club, is active in
the local Lion- Club, American Le.
gion. and the Army and Navy Club
ol Coral Gables. Beach Colony
Club, and the Rod and Reel Club.
He served on the Dade County
Grand Jury tor six months and
al-o with the U. S. Federal Court
and the Court of Civil Record. He
and hi- wife, Kcnatn, are both on
the Junior Orange Bowl Commit
tee
Mahan -tudied at the University
The program will feature the in-
stallation of the corner-tone and
the deposit of a capsule containing
the family tree ol S J and Marvin
Spector The Spector family will
be host tor the occasion
The half-million dollar addi-
tion is being constructed by Spec-
tor and Sons, pioneer builders of
Miami and long-time members
of Beth David. The Spectors are
contributing some $240,000 to-
wards the cost of the building,
which will contain fully eguipped
facilities for year-round weddings
and other social affairs, as well
as supplement the 1,400 seats al-
ready in the main synagogue.
Since it- beginning in 191". Beth
David membership has grown to
approximately 7()0 families, with
an enrollment of close to 700 chil-
dren in its religious school. New
spiritual leader i- Rabbi Norman
N. Shapiro. Sisterhood. Men's
Club and youth groups maintain
a full calender of event-
Sidney If. Aronovitz i< president
of the congregation, and Sidney
Lefcourt is chairman of the corner
-tone dedication ceremony
Jackson and Kotkin were the
architects of the new addition.
ol Michigan and was graduated
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[One day I overheard the follow-
conversation in the grocery
hop: How much do I owe you
Two pounds and twenty
push." "Kxcuse me sir. you should
Ibj Two pounds and twenty
Igorot."
must admit this was a pleasant
kirprise. I did not imagine that
|h( new-old term tthc name "agOC
ppeara in the Bihle in the
fir.-t book of Samuel) would be ac-
cepted so rapidly by the wider
public.
The change of name was aecom-
anied by a change of form too. The
I ank of I*racl decided to issue new
v lighter and .-mailer than
I hitherto in circulation. Th?
committee which planned the coin-
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CAUDLEUGHJING TIME
21 Niscm 6:26 p.m.
RABBI SOL0Y.0N SCHIfh
.. great conlribufions
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Congregation Beth El
As the royal holiday of Passover
draws to a elo.-e. we intone the
Yizkor service, and offer up a
prayer in the memory of our de-
pute,) loved ones. We thus dupli-
a scene from Bxodua. For we
n ui concerning that momentoua
"and Moses took the I
: Josi h with him. :> r he had
ii the children I Israel t<.
Cod will surelj re
i. and y< hall Ihen
f bem
. Whil el is
r \ ic-
Mos ok .:: < ed in
e : Yiikor' remi
I ftCd :. i ,
r b< .a-
nific x r is -ecu
in the fact thai M m pul every-
aside, ..;l the prol lems and
decisions <>t those demanding hours,
and pave hi.- tune and thoughts to
the departed. Our great teacher,
however, knew that the nation which was being conceived, could survive
only if its umbilical chord remained attached to its past, lie knew that
the inspiration of their fathers and mothers would serve as a noble guide
lor them to follow. It was not enough to throw off the shackles of
slavery; they now had to put on the golden chain of Jewish tradition.
Perhaps this was the reason for Joseph's charge. For he. too. was
helped through remembering his past. As a slave boy in Egypt, he
almost sank to the depth- ot immorality. Before turn, there suddenly
appeared "Dmus Diyukno shel oviv"the image of his father Jacob-^-
which infused him with new strength to re-ist temptation and remain
i loyal to his faith. As Joseph was saved through Yizkorremembering
his pastso too in effect did he counsel the future generations: take your
forebears along with you on your journey through history; remember
vour past, and your future will be secured.
The Jewish people, through their long history have been offered
many heavenscitizenship, property rights, freedom from oppression.
etc. The admission charge was to forget our forefathers, to break away
from our tradition. We refused to pay such a price. Knowing that a
heaven without our ancestors was no heaven, we remained loyal to our
heritage, and lived to enjoy the great satisfaction of knowing that we
made the greatest contributions to the development of Godliness and
morality.
In this season, when we recount the great experiences of our fore-
fathers, let us rededicate ourselves to their ways. Through the inspir-
ation which they can give us. we will surely be blessed with the fulfill-
ment of our deepest and most passionate dreams, of spiritual peace, and
personal happiness.
Final days of Passover will be marked in Greater Miami beginning
with services Flidaj morning Service- continue on Saturday morning,
which include the traditional Yizkor Memorial tor the departed Special
Passover services are al.-o scheduled Friday and Saturday evenings.
Liberal and Reform congregations will observe the conclusion of Pass-
over at only one -civice on Friday.
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 CarlyU av.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
I i iIh;
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ii St tir M I i .1' I -
Violin I'm --"\ i : \ : .
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it customary to pour drop-
lets out of the cup of wine when
reciting each plague during the
Passover Seder?
A full cup of wine indicates a
full measure of rejoicing. Pouring
off some of the wine is a s>mbol
ot the fact that our joy is incom-
plete because human beings had to
-offer and or perish during these
plagues. Thus, each time a plague, i
or group of plagues are mentioned, t
a bit of the wine is poured off to
openly demonstrate the lofty ethic
oi the Jeui-h people who do not
enjoy human suffering even when
it befalls an enemy. Some claim
that the custom of dripping the
wine was a means of exclaiming,
each time the plague was men-
tioned. "G-d forbid such a thing
should happen to us." Others claim
that the wine is dripped -o that
one would not drink wine over
which a plague or curse Bad been
named There are those who find
a significant detail in the total num-
ber ol .irops -piit (16), Some of
these claim that the 16 drops rep-1
the 16 times the word "De-
ber" i pestilence i ..- mentioned in
the book of Jeremiah.
Still others claim that tnc 16
drip- represent the 16 people who
are called to the Toiah dur.ng the
week seven on Saturday and nine
on the three occasions during the
week at which three people are
called up). It il ..!-" claimed that1
the 16 drops represent the 16 lambs
offered on the alter during the
a (k in the days of the temple
,.,- one every r.R>rn;ng. one every
wv mm.mam
This papc is prepared in co-
operation wuh rhc Spntudl Lead-
ers of the Greater Miumi Rabbin-
ical Assn.
RahH David Hcrsen
Coe'iiinator
CONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi David Herton
J es of Siciral
Rabbi Sivrmon Schiff
Gems (j \V'
evening and two extra ones on the
Sabba.h' Some claim that the 16
drops represent the 16 faces oi cer-
tain angels, of the sword of the
Angel of Death or of the -word of
the Almighty.

Why is a special sandwich made
out of tre Matzoh and the Bit-
ter Herbs and then eaten after
each of them has been con-
sumed separately?
The reason for tins is contained
in the Haggadah itself and is re-
cited just before this sandwich is
eaten. This strved as a memorial
of the practice of Hillel who would
do this in order to obey what he-
considered to be a Biblical com-
mand to eat them both together.
as based on a verse which reads
I'pon MatZOh and Mcrorim (bit-
ter herb-' shall they eat it (the
Pascal Lamh). Exodus 12:8.) It
thus Hillel's practice to cat
all three things I gethi r, :h(
I \laV"h .':,,! the Bit-
ter Herbs.
ANSHE EMES. ?iZ* SW 19th ave.
Cons-rv.itive. Maxwell Silberman.
pi esident.

EETH DAV'D 262 Jvc. Con
-nan Shapiro
Cantor W.iliam vv. Lirson.

BETH EL 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
n Schiff
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BETH EMETH. ^2^; V'W 2nd ave.
Conservative. RaDbi David W. Her-
mn. Cantor Hyman Fein.
8ETH ISRAEL 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox RaObi H. Loo s Rottman.
("' Ulu> I". .. m Si rmnii Si 'i- :
m .-'., ii a. v '.' .< *< V ..'>>
-. \ |,. s. mi n v vi.., n nut il R<
> bra:!'''
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
KrMaj '" >* "> St-rmin; i-i *' -
p..u Mltxvah s.i i in tin j .i m. Via-
kor I..... .i "' > mon Mart) i- ol
Freedom "
BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
r Ida) ~i a m Sermon "Th< Song al
Hi.- ii. a .-.. Jun "i i > lee 10 < m
Km unit v '." I'm Sermon "Th. Lin-
gering i..-t.- I'f il" Matron.' Satur-
a..\ Pusauver rrvlc m Tlakoi
., in.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
Ki da) 8:30 "> and p.m. Sermon:
"judalam hurt Human Dignity," by
.U^i.t.i Murray Alstet. Saim.i..>
'a.m. Ylxkoi aervlca '" "' Sermon
"Hi' tn Bring Departed Onea Back
r.. Ufa,"
ETH TFILAM. 935 Euclid awa. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovcfcy
8ETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
cchitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Frlrta) morning aervtvi v.:(> a.m
Torah n i ding 9 10 a m Sermon H 10
a.m Mlncha S:1S p.m. Saturda) Sha-
chrii .'' .i 'ii Vlakor Memorial v-
.. 10:30 a m ^'>r Mltavah: Dennla.
i Mi ami Mr- Sidne) Siegel.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strasifeld.
I i ii.iv *:S0 a in Sermon "The Song
. ; th. Ke<| S-a.'' Saturda) rii-i Vixkoi
i ii.I : 30 .i "i -' eond Vlakor 30
.. d 1" a.m.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Fl Ida) a m. Si ihii.ii.
M< h Ev< ning 6:30 and in p m
Sea ot I -ui.t. and 1 ldg of
Faith. Saturda) '. .i m. Vlakor 10
a.in. Sermon: "Memories and Dream*
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con
servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor
Emanuel Mandel.
Fi \,\.,\ B a in Bar Mltrvah '
son of Mr and Mrs Zaalovak) r.i---
over n i 10 p in Sa t m da)
.. n. V ikor i" 30 a.m.
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi
Conservative. Cantor Fred Bernstein
I-1 Ida) : in -i m
Kvinlnj o p.m Satui da) n
Junior I Yiikor aervlo 10
n Rl in. mbi I UK < ui I
ed."
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross,
and 6:2
.. ihi R< 'I Si Ratur-
..... \ ervlci
il Wi Ow Oui i ..
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HIALFAH PEFCM JEW'St-' CON
GREGATlON. 1150 W. 68th it.. Hia-
leah.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapii-o. Cantor YehuCah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELTE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Raoui mmimii
Malavskv. Cantor Louia Cohen.
-. mon Pai
In Ki \ lew 111
ndi r direct laeh Katakg) I :>
..... ....
. i.. -i v\. i- i.rgi t

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Davis) Lehrlield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
SW 12th ave Traditional.
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Sau
I. .'v.
ii.i! Vi-ii.!." <"ani..i M. n.i. h in Ri Ii
t-ill .i-- -i Itablii LfVitan al all

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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phmas Webe-inan.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2
Nf-. I7lat at. Ran-i Jonah Caplan.

'
i
rtvp.E BETH at/. )S50 n. Kendall
dr S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbr t
Baunigard. Cantor Charles Kodner
I'll, n *: -
I sk t he Ui
I: \ 1 >
\\ ui I and Ml -
Hum iililall.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Refoim
Rabbi Samuel Jalfe.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
Frlda) p.m. Sermon: "The Hidden
Meaning Paswover." Rabhl Sam
M. n.i. li.w it] Satui da) B > m
e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah
Cantor David Conviter.
I Fit da) Vlakor ami commemoration nf
vv'.ii-va\i iShetto realatann lo:<5 a.m
Evening nervlci l.'i p.m Sermon
"Will ih< Kii'hmann TYial Awaken I
World to th. Crime oi iSenoclde? Sat-
urday 10:43 a in l'..ii Mltavah: Oreg-R,
-..n .a Mm, J.aiin. sii.nU Baa Mltx-
vah: Mlehele, da iprhtei of Mr. and
Ml s Jo-. i>ti silv r-l-in.
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
Final day "f Panaover FVMay !* a.m
an.i 8 i11 p.in Saturda) S a m Vlakor
10:30 a in. Special Viskoi aervkra for
non-membera 12:30 p.m.
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TEMPLE iSRht.,. 137 NE 19th st.
Reform. Rabb- Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
i'' day Paaaover aervlce and Memorial
prayers il a.m evening 8:15 p.m.
-. mon: What Should be Dona with
Vdolf Ulchmann?"
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TEMPLE JUOt... 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Morni Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Frlda) Chapel im. 10 a.m. Tem-
;.'. -. a m. Vlakoi pra) i -
., m l'*aeovcr service and Oneg
Shaobal 15 p.m Saturda) Chapel
ii Bar Mltavah St< n, aon of
vii and Mi- Lawrence L'dell. Tlakor
11 a.m.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
la i a m and 8 < m. Saturda)
vii a.m. Memorllal \ 10:30 t m
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
l.m ami ; :'." p m Si
:.i\ IS ., m Vlakoi memorial aervlce
i .1 in
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
V aki i 10 10 a in Evening 15
p m .-' rmn v I' i \v orld'a Paas
., Saturda) !'. -i m Bai Mltav ah
- \. -.ii vi .. i .; Mr* Ralph
Robin
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 961
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Hrlda) l ..-- vice 9 a m Si I
r. :. our Commit
. ui Mlncha i Saturda) 9
i Sermon: "Via
v\ : > at ,i .v hat F r?
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TEMPLE ZAMORm. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
; i Ida) i .. i' in Saturda)
-:..] v : la in.
Tl i!real Pa iai
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TEMPLE ZION. 5'20 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
Frlda) B n s.....i \ Seven
:.....f Paxwivei fot r- '
.- ;J0 p i'i Bi : mi i I i dj'ili '
-. loll "The
Vlakoi i \-
.
YEHL'DAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Ccnservatve. Rabbi Sheldon
Stemmetz. Cantor Morns Berger.
- P -i Si rn B< lUi
-- Memoi lal
. vlcei

YCLNG SRAEL.
O'tni)''-* Ra-.
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990 NE 171t at
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Pcge 14-A
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Friday. April 7
DRS. EINSTEIN AND WEIZMANN
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Peace Prospects
And a Genius
EINSTEIN ON PEACE. Edited by Otto Nathan and
Heinx Nerden. 704 pp. New York: Simon and
Schuster. S8.50.
IT IS ONE if the great* r ironii ol this age that the
man whose genius made possible the mosl power-
ful weapon ol destruction, ti.i fission bomb, was a
man who worked for the cause of peace his wh
life long. Einstein was a oacifist in the most po-i-
lensc as earlj a- 1914. when h< signed a "mi
fi to to Europeans," he was speakinf peaci
It m- probably the mo-t tragic experience ot his
that he should have provided not only the scientifii
ba.->is tor the atomic bomb, but also a direct role in
initiating the work which led to the dropping ol the
Hirosbin Si gasaki bombs and the death and
injury of men than 200.000 people.
Einstein was a pacifist, but he was not a fan. i
Although he was deeplj saddened by the use to which
iscoverj was put, he saw a l< native
but to act .i- be did I considei I preferable for
men < fight rather than to allow themselves to DC
butcher-.' without llfl Nor do I favor
unilateral disarmament What 1 is an
supranati ntrol." he wroU
etter to the edi thi
e is
; the ma: i
.
r views
ted N'a'.hai
I

hti

n to
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' Zionist
; of Isrc.
.
ce: the oi
with the conflict
lical
e past fon
a test ative and ins|
ificent m
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
The Paradoxes of an American Anniversary
Washington
WHILE THE NATION i-'ohVcrving the
louth anniversary of the Civil War.
Virginia granted legal -tatus to the Amer
ican Nazi Party through issuance ol a
charter. Jews are denied housing in a
historic Virginia neighborhood, and N<
groei are told they could not use tourist
facilities at restored Civil War battle-
fit Id >.
Suffering international notoriety because of their treat-
ment oi Negroes, white Southerner.- are pointing with pride
to their treatment of Jews. Rep L. If. River-, of South
Carolina, arose in Congress this month to note the 65th
birthday oi a fellow South Carolinian "You will excuse
my immodesty in pointing out to this House that Solomon
Blatt, the i^rea! speaker of the House of Representa'i\. -
of South Carolina, is of Jewish faith. said Rep River-
Rep. Rivers proclaimed the "greatness" of South Caro-
lina, "a state which elect- a- her speaker a man of a mi-
nority faith and a man from a minority ethnic origin .
Let those who cry bigotry and discrimination look to the
state of South Carolina and observe democracy in action "
The -ume Rep Rivers a few days later paid oral tri-
bute to Rep Francis E. Walter, ot Pennsylvania, co-author
oi the discriminator) McCarran-Walter Immigration \it
Rep. Walter denounced "professional Jews" and advocated
racism, ethnic clus-ificaUen, and a biased quota system in
immigration policy. Rep River- described bim ..- the
"champion of a righteous c. u-<
Whether hi was describing Re| Walter or Mr B
Old Man Rivers fust kept rolling along
In Jackson. Miss., Both Israel congregation celebi ted
Is centennial. Tin- member-hip proudl) recalled the Jews
who an.-uered thi Confederacy's call to arm- Bu- Mis-
sissippi c,n\ Ross Barnett man.i el sonu basic
is in an address before Jackson Jewry He repeatedly
expressed hi- delight in appearing before such a line
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
I
Stian audience." The audience -howt-j no p
jt tb( description
A Negro minister in Wa-hington. D' escribed Ik
Civil War centennial celebrations as bunk a- f
Negroes were concerned. He said Negroes should co/rtl!
the Civil War like the Jews view the Passover account'*'
the plague- inflicted on Egypt because of oppression *
minorit) The Good Lord's version of th. ten plao '
ten decades ago was the Civil War. a dead)) -tru^lM*
tweer, the industrial north and agricultural south u
row ended ail these years and the slavt- r. still n,Jt *,
lrt e," he said. *'|
On land adjacent to Mt Vernon. the Virginia plant
lion where C.eorge Washington wrote hi- immortal let-*'
assuring Jews that America would give U bigotry
sanction," prejudice is practiced daily bj "ate hnvl
kers
The nations student- descend each
Vernon, a nation.!, -hnne of the U.S. Park Service n
located a few mile- south of Washington, c?-tbralliiii
vista overlooking the Potomac River. The students ob-cn'
tin- sanctuary of democracy 3nd hear how Washington I
proclaim! d all men free and equal
But realtors owning land near Mt. Vernon igi
that it reprei nts Recently, -cienn-t. recogmied >r
hi- contribution- to defense research, weni ;fe,J
look lor ^ borne site After much searching, they hotter
earts Sei upon a particularly lovely locati ,:h jjl
Mount Vernon.
They happily announced their deciSlOl
Th agent then subtly raised a religious .--,.. He spakel
politely but made clear Jew- were no! desire.
help me it's not my own personal det d>ct
- i are other places, not too far away, when > i.- peopai I
buil1 beautitul horm -
Th. Stall oi \ ii ginia meanwhile grantid oil i. .il itpi
status to the American Naai Party ol Georgi
1 1m State Corporation Commission approved ih< Nazis)
ich boidj\ bore a swastika.
Alert Cairo Radio 'Explains' the Day's News
Jerusalem
U#hen secretary ol State Dean
" Rusk disclosed thai America -
warning to thi Soviet Union nol to med-
dle in Congo affairs applies also to
Egypi thi Press and Radio in Cairo
1 i : control< ruptt irri nf oi vituperati m< linst the I
Vmi ii< .i was blami i among
ei tl foi thi murdi r of Pal
. r the A
the mam Can i Station
Rusl nd i
(bursts of attack which I
radio's I
K .
I
V> e read al
'' ...
,.
i rhe A
n belli in ih< I \
ill now
of th : N th< ialists and thi
least moniton ,m
n thai the :
as haw i .....et treatv so thai
the colonialists .... w"Blcl
om our i i rhe B<
1 ncan ei neered th.- d
.mat-
ch th,
I -her AH.
. -Thi .,- Mobutu< p|us ., V:i(.r:,..mv
have destroyed l has Gov.
.,; :.' '' bt under the dogs, th. allstv
''- Frei Americans ., i
' "he,,, all .,mi their laws "
\ : thi< was broa least not iu-t a few di
eel ut more than two month- ggo Si
same line, however, continues it verj
tiw several newspapers in Cario publishei ..ally
oi thi ei > same day, the mosl vicious ant; \
cartooi connection with the 4 i fi..... Ificiah
Al-G on Feburai j 16 |
Khi > Inting an accusing finger i
de in the am
I'ncli im i he i aptii
'kjold I am int<
; y er
I he sam< di
\
hie marki
nd Strip*
w Some Five Hundred Gentlemen of the Press
IU1IK pop^l, UVV I'
of th*|*urld v.jll
rial vThJ- M| fte
that Im Nurrmbei

A CCOROING TO THE Edttpr and I
** h-ber. ding newspaperman^
trade paper. 506 reporter- trom all parrs]
finer trt* Kic'imam
record-. U s*>s." notinc'j
^rflberg trial- drew only 25(
reporters to Germany.
FiVe -hurtared reporters in Israel a
one time! That'- really -omething. 1'
remember 25 year- ago. when 1 was in Jerusalem. A re-
porter from the New York World named Johnson dropped
in on Gershon Agron of the Palestine Post. He had known
him in hi- New York days. He asked Agron if he didn't
long for New York
"Yes. J do. replied Agron. "but what shall I do? Go
' N ^ i i r stay in J
and long lor V .. York."
In thou days most people teemed to prefer to stay in
\c m York and Ion- lor Jerusalem, but the picture :- chang-
ing now Earl Wilson, the syndicated columnist tells oi
the great change- that have taken place in Israel s.n.e h -
Own Visit ther. ten years.ago. Then there a- rationing
Today, there i- ar. abundance oi food of all type- The
cities have more sidewalk cafes than Paris and he ad
mires the shapely figures of the girls of Israel
Bob Con-idme. the Hearst journalist, has been writiM
in his column in much the kame vein.
With 500 reporter- from all parts of the world I BU
pect that they uill tell the world much more than about
the trial.
Be'^ee-n You and Me-:
BORIS SMOLAR
Philanthropy Figures
AN INTERESTING picture con
11 leu i-h fund
n the U.S. for 1 rael pur
complied
i Jewish Fedi ra
' Well Fund- It shows
the income
i tppi a| las"
year was al dm On ..
i i \ receipts for I960 n a< he> v
' Thi oal for 1961, on a pled
an oi the I .1 \ in (he Jewish W<
ages l percent Th. CJFW1 l1-'1
i '..! ul S38.SO0.000 in Israel bonds *as
itti u the i J \ during the last eight
' '> m< nt of p it also establishes thai
worth oi Israel Bonds had beei
1J ihe i -! ol i960, including use ol bonds
Threi Israi I Komi issues have i < n II
ars oi the Israi .; i
reeyeai flotationended M
i end oi igi o
fivi year flotation
: which about Ii92.000.000 are sill
The thirl was floatad in 1959 and lahs
more than $96,000,000 bj theendol
JFWF report deals also with funds raised
n this country for Israel purpose- outside of the 'N
an bond campaigns, it bring- out the mosl
Wei facl tm.t income from restitution pav
mer.t- h> Germany to individual Israeli- constituted
last yeai the largest single source ol foreign cur-
n 11 > ior Israel.
This totaled $78,000,000 as compared with $*V
900.009 five years earlier In addition, Israel also
received i63.000.000 last year from Germany as Pl-
under the reparations agreement


riday. April 7. 1961
+Jeistifkrlar/?r
Paqe 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 52254. C
ki: Estateol
HKSSIK KATZ
I ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\n Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
L. claim* Hi- Demands Agalnat Kald
i
you are. hereby sotlned and required
pi-eeeni aiiv .'laims and demand*
, ii you ItM) have against the --
i,,,. ,i i:kssi>: katz deceased late
L. i >atie County, Florida, to the Count)
I ,:i lade > '-ouAl). and file the
,,,, in their .'in'-- in the Count}
irt house in Dade County, Florida.
niluii elghl cnlendaj month* from the
,t.- ..( the first publication here* '
i, -...... will be i' irred
IRVING S ATM A N'S' N. Km-, utor
fc;VINO NATHANS! N
, i Mi i idian Ave
(tea< h, PI 'i I
3 '.I. l "-14-31
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. SIC 32J2
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
i s whim. FRIEDMAN
C Murray Ke
,tli K\ 'in1'
t: Hi l*ht
I ...hi; l>lai d, Ne Y..i k
a ii. rebj n ifii il and r quired
, rap) of me A- > r to thi-
;,,! for Divoi on Pin IniIfl -
and i Hi the iriginal In the
! Clroult i'"iut !
Ii Pounty, Ploi 11 "ii or before the
l.i) .i May, IMl. othel
| lid C implulnt for I u-
will be taken a* confeaaed '
. .i March !S IS I
E H LEA "HKRM VN

B) M v\ \;.m:is
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iMt'ET. .1. RANI
i for P'al
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BY HENHY LEONARD
RA BB I NI GAL/JPE RATION.
OF AMERICA .*
rTTTrntxmjKurf
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i.M.'|i'.',m'|"|i-ii'1"^
LEGAL NOTICE
"And next on our agenda will be a discussion
on an appropriate blessing over Metrecal."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY r.ivi S thai
'lie undersigned, desiring to engage In
buaineaa under th* fictltiout nan,- ol
DELi'XE candies, deli \i: CAN-
DIES OP MIAMI. DELI'XE rAMi||>
OF FLORIDA. K. A M COM I 'AX V
K. M i'\\i>v rti.Miwv af^Sbn
N.W :th Street, Miami Florida in-
tend* to registei .-aid name with tin
i "lerk "i i he Clrcull < "ourl ol I >ade
i .mi' \ Florida
LAI'RA LEE CANDIES IN(
B) : V" I WllUlelel
KOVNRR .v MANNHB1MI V.
Attorneys fur I 1/ -14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
in business undei the fietitloi t name I
Of IXIH'.-'I'KIM, hVKKM.I. SUPPLY
it ISO .Mi Ilabba Avi n le >pa
Florida Intend* to registei said name
with the Clerk of the C rcull L'ourt ol
I hide "mini j. Florida
NEWAY UNIFORM a TOWEL
SII'I'I.Y i IP P1.I 'Kin \. INi
MORTi >\ ROTHENBERI;
Attorne) !'" New -u I'nlfon A Pow< l
Suppl) '! Plorld i, In. .
". 17-24-31 )
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*"Jenit! Fh)ri solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
IHnl in :i- km.-;
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlns t-> engagi
m buainea* under th>> flctltiou* name
of i;i>I.I'I\s [EUICATE8SEN a<
LEGAL NOTICE
name
'ii ir-
NOTCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE LNDER
FICTITiOLi NAME LAW
DTICE is OIVEN
i .. ( tu enm
.1 '. i | imi.. ol
HIT ,\ I.I-.'i i _"," N E 124th
.. \ r Plorida mi' "i
. rt il h III- .
.'. Il.nl." "\'lllll>.
.1
v" i I.U'.HT
s-'i, i i.ir.HT
> iif rs
I i
l :: N i: 183rd Street, N.>rt!i
Beai Ii Intend to regiater -a i
witli th, rliTk th.- in ih
:' 1 hide Count *. Plorida
HI.' -Itl \ CIS..WIT/
MILDRED : iLDHERH
MILTON A PRJEDM \N
Attorney rir \
!!ll Alnale)
\_____ I i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIO* IN PROBATE
No 52032-C
:\ RE i:-' ,'
i;i;i nii.t HSTEIN
11,-, ,-. i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1'., A1. I l*A Pel II.i'.
\ : Mi-' Sail
I :- .
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which i iguinat the i
I .;l Ri;ES :. CHS rEIN d.
, .- if Dud da to thi
Count r Juili f I "ad
>f I Ice* in thi
iv.unty < In D id i 'ounl >.
Plot i la, wlthii U ndai month*
II ..M ; he date >( the flrat p
. .. ... barred,
RAYMl ND l.l.-TAIN
MEL & R' K1ERS
Vi rne)a
ISO i.mi >ln >:
M l.i ii. i l<<.. Ii i'
j i: -. i -'. i t :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY fllVEN thnl
the underalg led, daalring to encugi
bualn< -- indei the flvtiliu nai
MEDICAL All's ..i J12I s \v
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, deairing to engi
buaineaa under th.- flctitiou* ime
M .V: M REPRItiERATION .v CAB-
INET s-K':\!'-i: at IM N W. T!th
Street, Miami, Plorida Intend to res-
later -auI name u;:ii the Clerk of th.-
Circuit Court ; Dade Count) r
hTtANK MARtJt'UES
1233 Washington Si Hollywood, Pla.
Ml'RRAY MANDP.LL
"310 Wayj Ave Mian lead Fla.
IRVINE C SPEAR
Ai torne) i \ ipllcant
120 l.i.....ii Road
Mam: Real h, I'
I'7-14-21
: ii
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITlOLS NAME LAW
|\ riCE is i: \ tiiVEN thai
Ii mimed Ii -ii-uiK lo ei
ii ... ; tltloim n me
r i UMAN i-'h.kivi; rn i-
l: ,.l M iml l'.. ... ii Plorida
i ..-i .i no mi. with the
: i he Court ol P ide
Floi
MOR i'imi:: Kii i>m v\
1 :r WEISS Rl IHEN f If 'Si:
\.....ler f eld man
R(l I'., a. Ii. l"la.
I IT 24-31, 4'7
NOTCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
leralgned, desiring t.....igage
in bui ix mi undi the fiotltlou* name
of LITTLE RIVER si:it\'i''i: .. Dade
Countj Intend* to regiatei Id I in
. ii. nit Court ol
11, i. mt) FlorMa.
s \\ M I 'NIP* >RM v T< iWI'l.
SIIMM.Y tF PLORIDA, INC.
Ml HI l*i >N R< iTHKSHKBti
Attorne) far Nea iv I'nlform .\ Towel
Mupplj Plorida, Inc.
3/17-24 1/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iLEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 6'C 2999
\\ I N I: i VRKI i:
uif.
\ -.
" >RE PARK
I f. lali-
NOTICE TO APPEAR
> !'. Th. I (th Am-
'.-.- >......^... i 'alii ari
i .i h i.-.i mplaini f"i ,
., be< i i asalnal you and
are herebj r -i rd t.....n R
..i \..ui tnswei plaintiff* at-
! N i: ; \w Miami. Pla
[;i il flli il.....riglti .' In the Clei k'* of-
.' thla Court >i >\ befoi 11 -- 2nd
|<'.> iif Ma)', 1961, therwlae, decree
i' mfeaao i-i he entered a4talnal
Man li 23, l '-ii
K II LBATHKRMAN, ci.ik of
Clf lit Co in
' B) I. II LAN WAY.
lle|, tj ll 11
________ II, I T-t4-?l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HKRl'.P.Y C.IVKN that
the uiideraigned. desiring to engage
in bUHlneaa unde- the fictltl,iu name
' KXECPTIVE SERVICE at Dade
County, Intend* to raeiater aald name
ith the '"lerk ol tli^ Circuit Court ol
1 '"' i 'mintv. r'fcv.da.
NEWAY CNIPORM ft ToWlM.
RPPPLY '; PLORTDA, INC
Mi iRto.N RirTWENBERO
i.'. for Newa Cniform A Towel
I IL .n i Inc.
1 17 24-31, I I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
it-.- undersigned desiring t" engagi In
busines* nidi I he flctil loua name "i
lOOLDMAN (MLWrKIX .v PAC
/.id; ,- Weal Plagler St- Ml
..ml i- lorld i Intend to i eglati r aald
with the Clerk of tii Circuit
Count), Ploi Ida
JKRl (ME I : 'I.I'MAN.
. tner
9 VMI'KI. i;il.l'STi:iS'.
. II.. I
"..I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. iTICE is hi:kki-.y OIVEN thai
the underalsned de* ng lo encase In
buaineaa u der the flol tlou* nan.....f
BI'SINESS SERVIGE Bl'RKAL' OP
PIiORH>A ii 1'i.L- Count) intend to
eglater -ail name with ilie clerk ol
hr CirruH Court ol Dade County,
Plorida.
WALTER rn:i.S"S
.l.iSKI'H MILLER
SIDNEY BFRONSi IN
Attorne) for Applicant*
"ii Security Tru>: Building
: I|, 4 7-14-21
Mam: s'treei intend t.. regiater aaid
,v itli th< "lerk of the Cln I l of
1 >ade ml v Hoi Ida
BEN IROSSM \N
V >RM \N Ui'1.1
i : i _-j<
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
D'SSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
111 VLI ri v\ H' 'M THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL OME, UREET NtIS
w hen .- IRYINti YESK, Ml \
IIEACH h Loll \. I LAI >ER
Ml Itl \'-n l'i.. 'Kin \ BEN i \MIN
MILLER MIAMI BEACH, PLORIDA
i ii i' lay of Marcl \ I'
....
....
ilKSi Ti ENTERPRISES,
l \ i' rporal I .
-- ,' MIAMI P.I \. II
|>ADK i'. NT\ ii the Slal h'loi
i.la ., i.l hi i a- the si
I <>n ihi
..i Man ii. AD I Mil, i auae to b<
in th, ..in.- ,ii th* si-.r.-tui. ol S ate
, all thi >;. kholdei under the pro-
\ I-I..M.- .i i 'n iptel i"lx. i
Statute", nhowlng the dissolution ol
j.. r.i lion.
Now, i'i. r.-i-.i... the Seen ar> of
Si i te dnea h.....i.v .....hi for<
Coins and tl 1*1 lM >at >!:; il that tin-
in- in .. law ha i* I.....
plied i'Ii.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, T liavi
hereunto sel ni) hand ind ha\e
Stffixed the Oreai > il "t tht Stat,
,it h Iim Ida, at Tallahussi I
Cap :] i- the TEN1 li ilu) of
\i m: h in i'"".i
I -.., i Ti >M ADA MS
Sei i i \ .'t State
i : '
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
Ni ITICE IS HEREBY UIVEV "
t,\ lirti.....f Chapter oT^ of Plorida
Statutea Annotated tl'iii. Wan
. men an.i Wareho Ki
wh .ni ACE-R B VAN LINES, INC.,
a Plorida corporation, by virtue ol it*
wan house lien, ha* In It* p.--. ion
the following deacrlbed properl)
Hi-.' ild I.....la Aa the pi opert)
of Bi :- Allen, !>':.'. N W 36th SI eel
Miami Sparng*. ii. and that on the
I4th da) of April, 1961, during the
legal hours "t sale, mslnl) between
II ., forei hi and 00 In th,- after-
noon, 18 N W 24th Avenue, M -
ami. Plorida, th,- undersigned hall
offer for sale to the hlgue*, Lnadei loi
i-ash in hand the above deecrHaed
property, a* tiu- proper!) of Belt)
Allen. I8SS N W Mth Street, Miami
Spring*, I la
Dated at Miami, Plorida, thi* 28th
da) ol March, 1961
ACE R B VAN LINES, INC
:: 31, 4 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN tl il
th- undersigned deeirlng to ei
ti..-- undei the fi. titio >- name
a THE BENHOAD COMPwx
lorated) u 13." S.E 2711 -
Miami I >.,.!. C inty, Plorld i
i | nam< with
of the i 'in ill Co irl ol l ade I' unity
Ploi Ida
ROBERT HOADLEY, .IR
HERN V.RIK1 l-ERNANI
FRIEDM VN \ s*H VPIRl i
\tt..i nej '' Tl e Benin i impan)
not .:
n-17 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAVV
v itii i-: is ii :i:i:r.v niVEN i u
rage ii
....
CNITKD INCENSE WuRKS
\ \V l'. 'ii v- Mian I
. vith the (lei if l hi
.'..- .-I ., .-. !"
Mi 'Rills \

HENRY Ni iRTON
Vttori Ipplli anl
106 Bi* u\ '!- '
j/24-31 l'7-H
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEM I
the undersigned, di
in I'li-ui. *s under Ihe i li lltl hi* nami
of I'MI'i 'KM RENT VL SERVK
ISO All Baba Vvenue, l '|.a -Iim ... Plor
Id* Intend ter anld name with
the Clei k "' the Circuit Couri I ade
Counts !' orlda
NEWAY lN:h'ini .>, Tl >WEL
SCPPI.Y OP H'i.4 IRIDA, INC
\H iRTi N K- "THENBERl I
Attorne) foi Newa> I'nlform 4 '
Sunnl) "i Plorida, i".
:: 17-24-31 i :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN I
Ihe undershrni rt, rteslt ng to encage 'i
buaineaa under l he fiotiti '
SE lHOARD SOl'THERN CHEMIi AL
imp wi ni -": s.w
Mia Plorl i.i i
r.i mi .nil the ''.ik ol i t
t of Dade en da
CHARLES -v SLATE :
Sole i i '-'
HERMAN Ci iHEN
Al torni ) foi Appllc nt
! ... i 'ongress H ,1c
Mi inn Ploi Id .
" -'-;::- :';4
notice under
fictitious name law
notice is hereby given
i lie in lei xlgne I, dealrii g to engagi
busines* under the Mt"..- i ime of
LIOHT ASSI KMATES U 210S N.B
124th SI t. North Miam Fi i la ft!
t, n,i to egisti --. i name *itl I
of the Circuit Court
i 'ouut). Horide
SIDNEY 1 LU5H i'
S' 'I. .1 LIOHT
....
M I |
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR D*OE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 519C -A
IN RE Esi
ROY CHARLI
I'. ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and Al
. or 1' in..' '- Vgninsl I
Estati
>i ht-reli i '

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B i i .
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Plorida. w i th ii
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:
Vtl
223 Arngon
PI
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7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< ITICE is HEREBY 'il\ EN I al
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buaineaa un ler the fii titioua name "i
i'HAs'i: BCILI ERS il Mil S.K 14th
Avenue, North Miami Beach P In
intend* to register -'< name with tiu-
Clerk "f the Circuit Court ol Dade
i 'ount). Florid*
JOB OERTLKR, INC
B) .' -' ; ''. i
KOVNER A m \\NHi:iMKi:
Attorney* for Joe Oertler, Inc
3 24-31.4 T-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th;"
the undersigned, dealrlns to encase In
buarne.-s und.-r lli" ii.-titious name of
Howers ii\ .le pallia at 11711 Bl*cayn*
Houlexiird Intend* t" regi.-ter .-.ml
name with the Clerk Of the Circuit
Court "' Dade County, Honda.
i* >i otts CAS ni.:.- --..le Owner
1:1.1 BRBOER
MI....H... for v. .nt
C.'" I.inc'In R
3/31, I T-ll-^1
notice under
fictitious name law
notice is hereby given
thai
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
I,,, undei engag* in
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 52031 C
IN RE: Batata, "f
MAI KICK L KAPI'I.OW.
Drr*g**d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against .-vii i
Estate:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 52244-A
IX RE: Eal He >(
MYER L. Ol 'I.I'MAN'
1'. .. iseii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Credit and All Person* Hay-
ing Claim* ir Demand* ^galnet Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and required
to preaenl in) claim* and demand*
which yon may have against thi h>
tate of MYER I. GOLDMAN deceuaed
:, tl Ol Dade County, Florida, to the
Count} Judge- of Dade County, and
file the sunie in their offlO** in the
Count) Courthouse in Dado County,
Florida, within .-ight calendar months
from th>- data of the first publli
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47000
IN RE Estati
JAMES S !f 'OTI.i: IF*.
1 ,.., ,....1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cred N ersons Hav-
ing 'lalm* i > I I >' Id
I Islate
\ hereby not i I i '
to present r demand*
In, 1 .... a 11 i\i iguinsl ';
: ii,- .. JAMES H Bi .i'I'M: IR de-
. ,. .1 i it ..i i... i. a)
to thi
and file Ihe same In thi iffice* n the
Count) Courthousi Cout
i
tr.im the date of the luWication
here- >l "' w '" :"' ,,:"r"'1-
THEODORE
Administrator Cuit ento
\. .
KENNETH OKA
Itl rue)
14)7 Lincoln K""! x' i
'
' i
TOU are hereby notified and required! hereoftor the -anie will he barred
to present any claims and demand- ETHEL M. -^LOMAN. Executrix
which you may have against the .-.-( .! llli'MAKD AL1 sHl I.Hl
of MAt'Ri'i: L. KAPPiiOW deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
iile the same in their office* in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the >ame will be barred.
MEYER CHAOCEN
Administrator
KOMMEL .4 !'. K3ERS
Attorn. )
12 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach J, Florida
: 17-24-*!. "
Attorne)
504 Seybold Building
Miami'31. Florida
S/24-31. 4/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 5'638-B
IN RE Eal it,- of
KRIC \ II M.I.KN
i Eel it- I "nnei eesai j I
11., i-.. i
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
To All Creditor* ml Ml Person* Hav-
ing 'lalmg >r i '.-m.in i- Vgalnst
Estati
You are herebj notified and req
to present an) i la m* ind dem inda
which ^"ii i a) ha> i .- insl tl.....
tate of ERIC A II M.I.KN I. --------1
late "t DAOE Count), Florida, to th,-
Count) Judge* ol Dade County, and
file the same In their offices in the
Count\ Courthouse in Dad* Co ntj
Florida, within ^iglit calendar months
from the date of th,- nr-t publfc IB
hereof, or th.- same will be barred.
DAVID R HAI.LEN
Sole Heir
EDITH HELD COOPER
Attomc> for Estate of
ErlC A. Halleii. Di' i 'I
107 Lincoln Koad
Miami Beach, Plorl I.
: 14-31, 7-14
in.I,
rsign. i o.
i ngagi fictitious i
undei :' i a'"
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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Friday. Apt?., J
The
Birchers
By MAX LERNER
A fnen.l whose judgments of events are usually sharp as wen a
cool asked me whether we are not overestimating the strength and dan-
ger of the John Birch Society movement. M> answer was tha
Strength is not yet great, but the danger is real
Actually many people still do not know about the movement 01
i/.-d by Robert Welch, Of Belmont. Mass., which has .-trick deep r roots
on the Pacific Coast, in the Middle West, and in Texas than it has .1- yet
in the East it- avowed intent is to fight communism, as was the avoi ed
intent once of a man called McCarth) But McCarthy was ..
o! judgment compared to the Bircher.-. or Wclchers. v. ii 1 count
hower, Warren and Dulles among the%supporters or dup< ol 1
this is, OF course, an ultr which fe
on the fears and frustrations of our Age of Overskill, ; 1 seeks l
itself in the flag in the tried an,! approved fashion oi anti-freed<
anti-democratic groups.
Despite the tact that communism i- weaker in An 1 any-
modern industrial countrj ii plays up the dai 1 i sub
version from within rather than the real and menacing I 1 t R is-
sian imperialist expansion from without. By missing the
to America, and spreading fear and suspicion within the nation, it '
en.s American democracj in its tesl of survival against a tough and re-
1 urceful enemy
There was always a bar:! core of fanaticism in the McC v<
men! which did not disappear with it- fall. Thai hard
asserting itself, especially in those states where the soil ar
opinion favor the notion that the political, religious, and ii
leaders ol the nation in i*>t!i p re under a Comn ewitch-
ment.
BUT HERE THE COMPARISON with the earli
The Birchers don't have a political leader like McCarthy wi h a seat
111 the Senate, and with an elect! ral responsibility to th( pi i| '\
Welch started hi- movement in secrecy, and work- behind the scenes
McCarthy fed or, publicity, while until now Weld
avoided it. McCarthy had a Senate committee to work with whose hear
ings gave him national headlines, but Welch has had to rely on hi- or j
. skill across the country.
But the biggest difference is that much of the strength of McC
movement came from Catholics who felt he was leading them 01; an anil-
Communist crusade against enemies the government could not handle
Today however, there is a Catholic in the White House, and it wjuld be
Mrange indeed if his fellow Catholics were to count him a Communist
supporter or dupe.
NO ONE CAN SAY NOW whether Welch hope.-"some day to run
America in his own way. nor am I interested in guessing I do know '
that if his movement rolls up strength, it will mean that the sell -appoint-
ed vigilantes of the thought police will refuse teachers, preachers and
writers the credentials of their own version of Amencani.-m
The first step in such a movement is to tell the people of each com-
munity whom they cannot listen to or read. The next step will be to tell
'hem whom they can listen to and read.
I DON'T BELIEVE that the temper of the nation i. ready to accept
tins easily. I think that Americans have learned from their past experi-
ences.
In California, which is one of the center- of strength of Welchi-m
the students of the University of California at Santa Barbara have been
enrolled in cells for keeping a watch over the faculty and checking up
on their "loyalty." Fortunately Chancellor Samuel B. Gould ha- ex-
pressed hi- sense of outrage at this poisoning ol the college atmosphere
Gov. Edmund Brown has asked the state Attorney General to make an
inquiry into what makes the group tick
The conservatives in California show an equal awareness of its da".
ger not only to the nation as a whole but to '.heir own conservative doc-
trine, The Lo- Angles Times, whose true-blue brand of consen : \
Republican loyalties is scarely open to question, ha- run a series
articles on the Birchers, and an editorial soberly but firm
tin- 1- not conservative doctrim but is destructive ol it. Richard Six
wrote a letter supportii \ the t.ewspapei stand Unhappily, many
the other letter writer- were a living documentati in of the fear and hal
syndrome, so hysterical thai it has losl faith in democracy
RELIGIOUS LEADERS ARE amon whom the Birchers h
tned to attack and smear Among them 1- Dr. Eugene Carsoi Blak
head of the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S., who has ipenly
called the Birch Society's methods "Fascist." The last t rd I be
his Don't let your \ 11 in and your Presbyteria
told the members ol his church, "be corrupted by th
.-nmie a Fuehrer prii our fn iciety."
American Artists
To Get Awards j
By Special Report
WALTHAM, Mass Nil Vmeri-
can artist.- w :'"' 1'"'1
Bi andeis I'nivers live Arts
y .... -. nstcin in
special ceremonies this June
Comp s< con lucl 11 Bernstein
first lireci >r of tl I randeis
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the foi esei tatu 1 10 al
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Featured
speak thi ling ol
indeis l nivei
Playwright Lillian Hellman,
composer Waliingford Riegger,
poet A'len Tare and painter Karl
Knaths will be honored in the
fifth annual presentation of the
Creative Arts Awards Medals cje
sigred in 156 b' Brandeis
sculptor Pete: C>- p?e.
Special cit at ions \
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Because Mrs Faye Tupler will bo on the high seas Apr. 9. her
kildren planned a combination bon voyage and birthdaj party for
ti Tu -day evening at King Arthur's Court and made It a com-
n-u- surprise Engineers of the devious plot were daughter and
on in-law Sylvia and Lester Levy, ditto Jeanette and Gershon Mil-
tw and -on Leonard and wife Sharing in the excitement was
a.w'.- mother, Mr- Harry Port man, but Hie hour was too late for
i four small grandchildren Mrs. Tupler sailed Wednesday on
c Queen Mao ind will visil France, Spam and Ital) before spend-
a two month- Israel where she plans to attend the Eichmann
rial For the last lap of her sojourn, she v II swing around
tanbul, Athens, Frankfurt and London, returning in August on
hi SS I'nited States
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When G and Martha Schwartz return from Israel this
i wil be tor a brief stopover The) will continue
i westward to Santa Barbara. Calif., for the celebration of
ic 60th wedd anniversary of George's sister and husband -
Lnd a visit with former Miamian Mrs Belle Re le&oaugh, Martha's
later
Pure sentiment dictated the choice of th.- ss Leonardo da Vinci
)r lt'ii and Alyce EU's return voyage iron; Europe in June .
pies spenl their honeymoon on an Italian liner jut 30 years ago
I i r ;> -:ar:- Ipr B, with a flight to New York and 'hen to Israel
r thn e week- Continues in Italy with a month livi led between
tome. Florence, Lake Como and Genoa Last si ip will he the
| hotel in M nticatine Alyce want- to give personal mes-
ige Man i, wner of the Elite -hop there from her partner Mrs.
iei Krenskj Krel Co ...
Vnother couple married HO years, Dr. aril Mrs William 'Pearl'
iander. came Up with a triple celebration thi- year on Mar 31
nniversary was combined (as it has for four years now) wth
randson Maurice's birthday (he's the son of Dr. and-Mrs. Ronald
landeri ami first Seder night (lathered round the traditional
live board at 'heir home. 1301 Flamingo Way were also Mr. and
rs Nathan SchwartX, Maurice's maternal grandparents, from
bler-<'n. N.J. .
Sj setting served a- background for a reception in honor of
ir. Philip Stander's engagement to Marilyn Leichtman on Mar. 19
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luoise and white in flowers ami candles created the dec-
r for the dinner gi\en in honor of the 35th wedding anniver-
|r\ >; Mr and Mrs. Da\id (Rose) Freedman. of Cora! (Tables, by
sister and brother-in-law, Sid and l.ou Margulies. last week .
-< so blond, looked lovely in an ice-blue sheath Daughter
I a senior at the University of Miami, left the next nay tor
uisiana to spend her vacation with brother Edward, who is a re-
k'it tr the Shreveport News and a commentator on radio there
in it Is, that although he was unable to be With his family
^r th( celebration, ho will hear about it in detail from Su.-an .
Attractive ReLons (Dr. Williami Wickman had a very flatter-
nee on her recent visit to New York Backstage at the
th Street Theatre during intermission, the director asked if she
ingenue replacement for the show "IS Daughters," which
t to launch a road tour Mr- W who i- so good in all
le Prop -how-, said a reluctant "no" Actually, she was there
say hello to Honey Sanders, whose non professional name i-
iapir<
She. husband Albert, their three children and two huge dogs
Ived not too long ago. on La Gorce dr. It was here that she and
lel.on- -tarted in amateur shows together Honey went on to
lock and then to Broadway and a party in "13 Daughters." in which
"ie also was understudy for the lead. Sylvia Sims The family
)w live on Sands Point ReLons is back on Sunset Island 3 w.'.h
?r husband and two sons.
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Best laid plans, etc. When Ernestine Klein, president-elect
Indian Creek Division. National Council of Jewish Women, left
r Pittsburgh to attend Council's convention there, she was confi-
rm that husbar. 1. Joseph, would have adequate companj in sons
Tranklin and Leslie ... But she had barely boarded the pi ine when
"i.nikhn. vice president of the Kej Club at Miami Beach High, was
lected a delegate U> the State convention and immediately left
for Jacksonville ...
That left Leslie, who is with Miller. Bacon Advertising, but not
pr long ... He was suddenh called to Ft. Pierce on bu.-ine--
pince Pittsbur^:. the Kleins' hometown they came from there
nly seven year- ago), Ernie Mayedon a few days after the conven-
on lor a visit with her familv .
But everything worked out finally All the travelers man-
i to be back in time to celebrate Leslie's 26th birthday with him
i id with dad.
shi s-a s-c
Honor guest at the cocktail party and buffet supper held under
| large tent a- the Southwest Miami home of Mr and Mrs Murray
iretsky (Jackson-Byron exec) Mar. 26 was daughter Molly, who
i.i.t observed her Bas Mitzvaa that morning at Beth David
[V lily's swi i tcess and sinceril\ -hone through at the evening candle-
B cer< .is brightly as in her prayers during the morning
bervice Among the many guests were the Joseph and Sam
1 ns, Dr. Lester Stepner, and wife. Sarah, the At Goldmans and
11 Leonard BarrstMrs. B. lathe host's sister)..
Mrs. Samuel T Sapiro, chairman of the Women s Division or
PTedars of Lebanon Hospital development fund, hosting 8 colfee
Jin her Coral Gables home Thursday morning to honor the Women s
A (ciliary of the hospital now initiating its fourth year of activity .
Al Goldman d'u Manchu) and his Ruby married 21 years
[Apr 7 .
Birthday -panned a weekend for Faye when husband, Dr Harry
took her t > Palm Beach to celebrate.
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Birthdaze: Mr. and Mrs. Irwm Liss zt- grandparents for the
first time via daughter Betsy and her husband, Robert roller, or
i-impa Born Mar. 28. the baby's name is Michael Eric .
Entire Liss family is now in Tampa for the bris That includes
Gerry, who attends the I'mversity of Miami, Bfl 1 Susan who tnuls
h. r-elf a bona fl le aunt at 16 ,___..
New arrival Bradlev Benjamin, born Mar. 3. joins brothers
Keith. 11, Mark, 10. and Scott, 7 Parents of tne al.-boy team
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Kovens. of N. Bay rd. .
The John Monahans, he's convention sales manager for Sam
Friedland's Dipiamat. expecting a second dividend from the store
1 Ma3| f
It was Apr. 1, but this time Jody wasn't fooling After a
1 Ise alarm-and an unnecessary tup to the earlier in the
e. the Marvin Kimmel (Lincoln Mall atl weighing
v. ,:: thai very da) Hapj
Se Kimmel with an even do/en grandchii Iren already. looking
orward to the 11 who will follow thi- new one.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, April 7, 19b 1
Section 3
Sinai Sisterhood
States Specker
A luncheon and special pro-
will highlight the regular no
n ol the Temple Sinai Sis
terhood on Wednesday noon in the
Temple au itorium.
Michael K olish lecturer
psychology and philosophy, will
speak or "The Art of Relax
for Ihe Purpose ol Removing Ten-
sion."
K illi-h write- for a nui
nationally known magazines, in
cluduu "The Nation
Mrs. Avraham Harman. wife ot the Israel Ambassador to the
United States, arrives in Miami to be auest speaker at the
recent annual donor of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer
Women at the Deauville hotel. Greeting Mrs. Harman are
Mrs. Milton Green. Council president, presenting flowers to the
arrival, and Mrs. Moses Meyer, vice president.
1,000 B'nai B'rith Women to Convene
On Beach Apr. 24 28 for Biennial
Two top echelon women :r. the
new administration w:Il explore
the changing role of women's or-
ganizations at the 19B1 biennial
meeting of B'nai B'rith Women at
the Carillon hotel in Miami Beach
on Apr. 24 to 28
Convention keynoter Mrs Esther
Peterson, assistant to the Secretary
of Labor and director of the Worn
en's Bureau, and Mrs. Elizabeth
Rudel Smith. Treasurer of the Uni-
ted States, will speak on problems
a changing world poses to volun-
teer women's organizations.
More than 1.000 B'nai B'rith
Women leaders and guests are ex-
pected to attend the 830 p.m. open-
Ulg -es-ion Monday. Apr. 24, when
the American Heritage Foundation
and Radio Free Europe Fund will
present special awards to the inter-
national Jewi-h women's service
organization
Guest speaker at the concluding
luncheon session will be Label
Katz. president of B'nai B'rith who
will also install the newly-electe 1
B'nai B'rith Women on Friday.
Apr. 28. Among those to take office
are Mrs Gerald P. Soltz. of Miami,
in another term as president of Dis-
trict 5. and Mrs. Alfred Reich. Mi-
ami, president-elect of the district
A first-hand report of the Adolf
Eichmann trial will highlight the
evening session. Apr. 27. Arnold
Forster. civil rights director and
general counsel for the B'nai
B'rith. Anti Defamation League,
plans to address the delegates di-
rectly after his return to the Uni-
ted States from Jerusalem where
he will attend the trial.
During week-long meetings, ex-
pert-led work-hops and discussion
groups will examine the status of
women and the challenges facing
women's organizations, according
to Mrs Charles D. Solovich. presi
dent of the 125.000 member organ-
ization
Menorah Women
Champagne Donor
"Le ChaimTo Life"
theme of the champagne
luncheon spot -ore I by Te
Menorah Sisterhood on Wi
noon.
'The Happy Verdict a play pro
duced and directed by Mrs R ib
ert Bloch. and Cantor Edward
Klein in a group of songs will com
pri-e the program.
In charge of the '.vent are M -
dames Ray Morse and Ben Bi;
chairmen. Al Schwartz. Lawr
A Weston and Jo-eph Feldman.
decoration- Mrs. A. Lou:- Mech-
lonitz is president
Israel's First Sports Car, Sabra,
Be Premiered at Women's Division Lunch
Miami has been chosen for the
American premiere showing of Is-
rael first sports car. the Sabra.
it was reveled this week by Mr-
Jack Katzman. chairman of the
Women's Division for Israel bonds.
Mrs. Katzman announced that
the American debut of the Sabra
Will take place at a luncheon on
Tuesday, Apr 23 at the Westview
Country Club, under the auspices
of the Women's Division.
In tribute to the unveiling of the
Sabra, there will be a showing of
the latest -ports cars models from
many countries around the world,
including the Ferrari. Mercedes-
Benz, Porsche. MG. Jaguar and
many others
A highlight of the event will be
a special showing of haute couture
sables, by courtesy of Mr. Herman
Of Lincoln Maul
Mr- .1 S. Popick will he chair-
man of models; Mrs. Bernard D.
Kaplan will imentator
coordinator of the show, and Mrs
Inez Krensky will be chairman of
hostesses,
Mrs Katzman sai I that 1961 Is-
rael Bond Bar Mitzvah sponsors,
purchase of 11,000 in Israel Bonds.
te eligible to attend.
Engineered In the continental
- i i Sp ni is a h
built, ty i exclusive de-
. ; which will be
premier.'1 in M
The body is precision molded in
strong Fiber glass. Feature- of
the body include hood assembly
hinged at tront. curved laminated
glass windscreen, and leather-up-
holstered bucket seats.
Garden Clubs
In Flower Shows
Three thousand members fro n
67 garden clubs in the area have
combined to present the Metro-
politan Miami Flower Show, with
the theme. "Designs for Living.''
Show time is 4 p.m. to 10 p.m .
Friday after judge- have picked
winnersi 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.. Sat-
urday and Sunday: and 10 a.m. to
9 p.m.. Monday, at Bayfront Aud-
itorium.
Mrs E R. Greenfield is show
Israeli Consul
To be Speaker
Amiel Brown, new Israeli Consul
here, will -peak on Techmon. Is-
rael's school of science and tech-
nology, at a brunch Tuesday. 11
a.m.. at the home of Mrs. Bernari
Stevens, 6190 Montgomery dr s>
Miami.
Mrs Irving Lehman, member of
the Women's Division, na:
hoard of the American Technion
Society, will he CO-hostess
Greater Miami chapter of the
Women's Division is sponsoring th?
aftair. and Mr- Joseph Wertheim -
member of the national board, wi 1
attend.
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Viewing photos oi Israel's first entrant in the sports car field,
the Sabra, are (from lelP Mrs. Ben Essen. Mrs. Jack Katzman,
and Mrs. Inez Krensky. Mrs. Katzman, chairman of the Wom-
en's Division for Israel Bonds in Greater Miami, was hostess
at a coffee in her home las', week to discuss plans for the Amer-
ican premiere showing cf the Sabra. The debut will take plac 3
at a luncheon at Westview Country Club on Tuesday, Apr. I:.
Mrs. Krensky is chairman c: hostesses.


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Friday, April 7,^,
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
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Treat for Last Days of Passove
(2 law Apples
1 tablespoon lemon juice
3 4 teaspoon gratedJemon rind
Planters peanut oil
Topping
Ever since Colonial days the tar;
fresh Raver Of rhubarb has been
welcomed as one <>i the blessings
of spring. Although rhubarb is
actual!} a perennial h-rh. it is used
in cooking as if it were a Irui;
Adding to its blessings are the
ease and speed oi preparation. The
older, tousjh stalks should be peel
ed but youns and tc-nder rhubarb
needs only to bo washed, leaves
and loarse tip- removed, and the
Iks sliced, to be ready for UN
It is deliciou- in pie alont or with
Strawberries It blends with other
fruits, too. and may be used in
many puddings.
The most well-known method
of cooking Is as a sauce. It takes
but a Jew minutes to add one-fourth
cup water and one-half cup sugar
to each pound of rhubarb cut into
one-inch pieces, and to simmer un-
til the pieces are tender Chilled,
this sauce may be used as a break
fa-t fruit, a relish for meats, or as
a simple rle-.-ert with molasses
cookies. Rhubarb >auce may also
t>e more elaborately seasoned and
baked, as in the recipe for spiced
rhubarb uiven below. This too is
equally delicious as a reli.-h or
dessert.
For a delicate, refreshing ice.
puree rhubarb sauce through a line
sii ve or in the blender, then freeze
until almost firm. If the mixture
should freeze hard, whip until
fluffy Now working as fast as
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_:'j White l"i" each two cups oi the
puree and return to the freezer un-
til firm. Store in the tree/or so
thai the ioa di.es not become
hard
VnOtber favorite method of prep-
aration l- to substitute the rhubarb
for apples in the pudding *r.own
a- a brown betty. When made with
pane margarine, this easily pre-
pared des.-ert -olve the problem
of what to serve with a family
meat dinner. Although it is simple
. and wholesome enough for chil-
dren, its rich flavor is equally sat-
isfying for adults.
SPICED RHUBARB
m pounds rhubarb
2 sticks whole cinnamon p
3 whole cloves
1 teaspoon grated orange rind
\ to 1 cup sugar to tas-e
Wash rhubarb, and if not young
and tender, peel the stalks. Cut
into one and one-half-inch pieces
and place in a greased one-quart
casserole Add remaining ingre-
dient-, mix well, and let the mix-
ture -tand until some juice forms
Bake at 375 dens F covered, until
the pieces are tender but still firm
Serve chilled as a relish with meat
or as a dessetl Thi- jmount makes
about two and one-half cups.
RHUBARB BROWN BETTY
3 cup-rhubarb cul
inch pieces
1' cups finely dice.I white brea !
1. cup melted butter or ko-her
par\e margarine
1 tea-poon urate I orange r.nd
1 cup -u-.,:
'- teaspoon cinnamon
'4 teaspoon nutmeg
1 j cup see lie-.- raisins
Use tender, youm: rhubarb and
do not peel. Combine the bread
with all the ingredients except the
rhubarb. Place one-third of this
mixture in the bottom of a greased
1 "-.-quart baking dish Cover with
half the rhubarb piece>. then an-
other one-third of the bread mix-
ture Spread the remaining rhu-
barb over this, and top evenly with
Here are -ome additional sugges
lions for the most difficult <>t all
part of your. J'a-.-over meal de--
-,m; lime The regular part of
your daily menu should not cause
too much trouble the excitement
involve i in making novelt) Kosher
for Passover meal- is sufficient t<>
help the housewife over Ihis hurdle
But desserts that are different.
and that must be made with re
the mis m well. V: I ;...'>- alternately
with water a 11 grated apple, lem
ately after preparing |ult,..
To fry heat 1 Ft
IManter.- pearTut oil
l 2 cup sugar
l teaspo in cinna i
Be.it eggs Ul ;" jnd foamy
,\d i sugar, salt and cinnamon and
stricted ingredients, require
best part <>t your imagination Fol
too lowiuj -"'*' N:m' helpM sugges
is
PASSOVER CHEESE CAKE
Matioh Me*l Crust
3 4 cup- matzo- meal
3 tablespoons -ugar
3 4 tea-poon cinnamon
1 4 cup melted Flei.-chmann -
corn-oil margarine
Combine all ingredients thorough
ly. Press into a 9-inch pie pan
Bake in a moderate oven 350 Degs.
F.. 10 minutes. Cool
On .ill ice.
11 w ,
Cb*s Filling
9 ounces (3 3-oz.packages)
cream chee-e
t> tablespoons sugar
2 egg yolk-
2 egg whites
1 cup sour cream
Cream the cheese until soft \ 1
and cream in 4 tablespoons of the
sugar Add egg yolk-, one at a
time, beating until smooth aftei
each addition Beat egg white- un-
til stiff but not drj Fold cheese
mixture into beaten white- Pour
into cooled baked matzos meal pie
crust. Bake in moderate oven 375
Degs F 8 in nutes.
Combine sour cream and remain-
2 tablesp ions sugar P i u
over baked cheese mixtui Bake
5 minutes longer Coo
era! hour- Serve cold Makes
h pie
PASSOVER APPLE PANCAKE
Pancakes
2 eggs
3 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon -alt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 2 cup mat/o- meal
1 2 cup water
3 cup- grated apple
Mrs. Singer to be Honored
Mr- Irving Liftman, pre.-ident ot
Pioneer Women's Club, announces
that the club will hold a luncheon
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er the baking di.-h. and bake at
350 degs. F. tor 30 minute.- Re
move the cover, increase the heat
to 400 degs. F and brown the pud
ding for 15 minutes. Serve warm
This amount makes 5 to 6 servings
7.">th birthday on Wednesday noon
in the Star restaurant The club
will also honor Mr- Singer "for
her effort- on behalf ot the Pio-
neer Women- Child Rescue Fund
in Israel
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MmM fkridfon
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Cuban Refugee Families Seek Out Aid
Of Community Center to Tide Them Over
Fashion show profits will equal scholarships Apr. 10 when the
Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs presents its annual
.'cshion show at the Dupont Plaza hotel. All monies taken in
r y the fashion show, depicted by Burdine's model Jane Shep-
hara (left), will be turned over to Mrs. Sidney Weintraub (cen-
ter1, chairman of the Fiesta of Stars. The money will be used
3or University of Miami scholarships for Dade county students
represented by Sharon Farrell (right).
UAHC Selects Camp Universe
i rninn of American Hebrew
D r gations has selected (.imp
a .!- Oxford, Fla ai the site
lv r its Southern Temple Youth
PAfter Summer Institute" for its
fctiiiiil year.
nc< is divided into a boj
-.: -' campus, each completel)
and separate from the rest
are concrete block with ja-
.. indows. Th. fireproof liv-
quarters contain modern
nil. providing sanitarj fa
washroom, .mil hot and cold
: The maximum housing
in is limited to it n camp
their counselor Housing
' in oak hammocks, provid-
- .i cool, restful retreat anytime
: i lay or evening.
One hundred and ten acres,
th? lores of three-mile Lake
ic-3 make up Camp Universe.
Cat*-p Universe is a mMibtr of
rhe American Camping Assn.,
[National Riflery Assn., and the
American Red Cross Water
Safety Program, with unit awards
each act'vity, and banner
awards to each camper for cha-
racter and activity achievements.
American Red ( ross approved
instruction is. u>< d in I 1 camp"
water sports, which include swim-
ming, skiing aqua-planing, rowing,
canoeing, sailing and fishing,
(.'.imp Universe has a modern in-
firmary with the very latest medi-
cation on hand There a regis-
t< red nurse on duty 2-1 hours ,,
day,
Miamians Peggy and Mac Mer-
men, who direct (amp I'nivi
tiave a long timi bat kground in
camping Winter finds Mrs Mer-
mell working tor civic and chari-
tabli orgai izatiom Mr M< rmell
is ,i practicinf rnej and certi
ned public accountant.
Special guidance also in
at Cam] I Rivers j n d Fndaj
vices ar ft i An
o\ i all

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. kit -
A Memorable Summer for Your Youngsters

Camp Lakeside

For toys o*d Girl.
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Norton Segal
Jerry Nudelman
Winter Addreti
5W 3rd St
Miami. Florida
G-ad A- NC Bd of Health
On Beautiful Lake Oscec!a
Hendersonviile, N. C.
Riding Water Skiing Sports
Arts, Crafts and F-eld Programs
Phone FR 4-1380
Cuban refugee families are being
served in increasing numbers at
all branches ef the Greater -Miami
Jewish Community (enter, it was
revealed here by Efraim H. Gale,
executive director.
'These families, uprooted from
their normal society and means of
livelihood, have come to the Cen-
ter lor urgently needed services,
the most important of which has
been day care tor children of pre-
school age."' Gale declared.
Such families, usually in sharp-
ly reduced circumstances, some-
Miami Groups
Fete Child's Day
Nine of the groups comprising
the Miami chapter of Hadassah
held parties Monday in various in-
stitutions throughout Dade county
The parties were in honor of World
.l< wish Child's Day.
Tikvah group celebrated at Va-
riety Children's Hospital. Other
observances included:
Menorah group. National Child-
ren's Cardiac Hospital: Ciai group.
American Children's Home; Aviva
group, Dade County Children's
Home; Naomi group. Hope School
for Retarded Children
Torah group. Haven School for
Retarded Children: Albert Em-
stein group. Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital; Miami chapter personnel.
Rehabilitation Center for Crippled
Children: Weizmann group. St.
FOseph Villas Orphanage; and Ml
Scopus group, Cerebral Pals) Assn.
MD's Invited
To Seminar
Physicians oi Dade county are
invited to attend the second annual
pulmonary disease seminar, it a.m.
5 p in.. Sunday. Apr. 16, at the
Di am ille hotel
Final programs are now in the
hands oi general | ractitioners and
internists Member* of the Aca-
i i General Practice who at-
. rid h ill receive credit hour:
: ation,
one
.' eminai
know the
-'
east rhej are Dr Julius L Wil-
si !'. ( ation.
\ i .
\ I Dr. Hi rman ,i Mo<
rs< h, direi tor of edui at n
It, Ann Chesl
-. Chicago, III.
Dr Jack Reisi. ( ral i ial li s, is
; n: ( hairman, assist" d by Dr,
i. Bisenman, Hialeah, ai d Dr.
Charles Tate, jr., South Miami.
Donor Luncheon Tuesday
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will have their annual donor lunch
eon Tuesday noon at the Americana
hotel Highlight Of the program
will be .i group of singers presented
by Marie Balaban, accompanied
by pianist Bert Duckman. Mrs
Herbert Heiken is chairman of the
fund ion.
CAMP UNIVERSE
OXFORD, FLORIDA
BOYS and GIRLS 5-15
WATER SKIING HORSEBACK RIDING DRAMATICS
ARTS and CRAFTS SAILING ATHLETICS
CHARM and MODELING
One All-inclusive Fee Including Laundry and Transportation
4 Weeks or 8 Weeks
FOR BROCHURE WRITE OR PHONE
PEGGY and MAC MERMELL
FR 4-5115 or FR 9-6883
1900 S.W. 3rd AVENUE MIAMI 36, FLA.
times consist only of mothers and
children where fathers were un-
able to come- with them. The
mothers need to find employ-
ment, and seek out the early
childhood development program
of the Center as a means of pro-
viding car* for young children,
*s well as helping these children
to adapt themselves to a new cul-
ture.
For older children, the Center is
making available its summer day
: camp program as a means of tid-
ing them over the long summer
months and helping them to make
friends and learn American cus-
toms, while the parents are freed
ii earn a livelihood Stalf reports
considerable progress thus far in
the adjustment of these' Cuban
children. They have been rapidly*
picking up the American language
idiom and have in turn been help-
ing their little Miami friends to
learn how to speak Spanish.
Financial support, through a
scholarship program, has been
made available to help serve these
families in their time of need.
sunshine fashions
trend setter
In the
south
Shop Burdi-e's for the South's widest assortments .
best in vaiues newest in fashion and home trends.
Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the
nicest way to own what you want when you want it.
Shop monday and friday nights, mi.mi miami beach 'til 9
163rd tr*t, ft lauderdale watt palm beach til 9 30
at BABY TIME
Welcome Wagon cele-
brates the arrival of each
new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.
Be sure to tell Welcome
Wagon of the arrival of
every new baby in your
.life.
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Local ORT Units Plan Meetings
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Beth Torah Congregation will present "Nine George Katzman. Bobby Lee. Vic Viewers. Hcr-
to Five." c two-act musical comedy, at North old Brown, Susan Weitz. and Martin Becker-
Miami Senior High School on Saturday and man. Director is Lester Friedman. Wn.er was
Sunday evenings. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. Lenore Brooks. In charge ol reservations is
Left to'right, rehearsing ior opening night, are Sally Zwerner.________
Surf side Women
Plan Luncheon
Women's Division of the Cham-
ber of Commerce and the Surf Bal-
Baj Library Assn. are having a
luncheon, card party, hat fashion
show and spring get-together
Thursday noon, Apr. 13. at the
Americana hotel.
Funds raised will provide rental
and maintenanee of the library
building, including lighting, air-
conditioning, printing and publi-
city This is in addition to funds
allocated for books.
Models appearing in the Jordan
Marsh Hat Show are Mesdames
Morris Kroop, William Shanbrun.
Edythe Michaels. Louis Beller. Ed-
ward Harris. Irving Witz. Beulah
Butler, Harry Cain. Benjamin Sel-
ingut and Miss Enid Lee.
Hostesses for the afternoon are
Mesdames George Israel and Mar-
tin Block, chairmen. Daniel Wolfe.
Fred Katz^ Alice G^ Re.nhe.mer I ^ j is Qwarded to ,he Grealer
Florence Greblin. Abraham Gor- r\ c v~ ., ,-, 1 < ? u ir .u
don and Sonia Na.man Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, one of the
Mrs. Beulah Butler is pre.-uient. winners in the Ship-A-Box contest lor the greatest number of
.--------------------------------------------- I boxes oi learning and play materials sent to kindergartens in
-------------1-------------------------------- Israel during the year 1959-60. The award was made at the
NCJW biennial convention held in Pittsburgh last month. With
the cooperation of the Bureau of Jewish Education. 30 religious
and Sunday schools in the Miami area participated in the
Chanuka Ship-A-Box project. Shown receiving the qavel is
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president of Greater Miami Section, from
Mrs. Edward Weiss, Ship-A-Box chairman, while Louis
Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, offers congratulations.
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raeli daw 1 >
North Miami cr-pter will
Dr. Richard Grwrbaun ; ychol-
ogist. speak on Thi R i ol the
American Woman in Societ> The
meeting will be 1 evei ing.
Apr. 13. at the Clover Leaf Bowln
Lane on rl 441
*
Coral Gables chapter luncheon
meeting Tuesdaj noon is at Temple
Junior Hodassoh Dance
Shashonah-Avivs Junior Hadas
-ah will present "An Around the
World Open Hoose" on Sunday
evening, Apr. 16. a: Hillel House on
the University <>i Miami campus.
All young adult- are invited to the
dance function Miss
Ehrens is president
KM her
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
MORE PEOPLE USE
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Gables Chapter
Donor Luncheon
American Medical Center at Den-
ver, home of the Eleanor Roose-
velt Instituti ncer Rest arch,
will be the recipient of the funds
e Co Gabl< chapi
at Inesdaj
noon. Apr. 19. al tl e hol
At in the Algil rs hotel
\\< dl lay May 10, the fol-
y-eh cted ffici rs wiU
be install)
Mesdames David Bendell, presi-
. Irving Wallick. vice pr<
denl. Philip Plaks, case i hairman;
Max Bogner corresponding secre-
tary; Ul i rt Roseni financial
: tar) and s<: n our blumen-
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Friday. April 7. 1961
*Jewish fkrUSatn
Page 5-B
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Mf $. PHHIf THAU
Brcndeis Group
WiSI Install
Officers Monday
\ ncheon Monday in the
Frcncl room the Fontainbleau
h >tel II be the occasion for In-
n of officers of the Loins
l< i.-. deis group of Hadassah
. i serve the group lor the
year.
The :"air has been planned by
FTed Jonas, a past president.
d d< Us are being worked oul
b> immediate past president Mrs.
I >). Coplon.
Officers to be inducted are presi-
dent Mrs. Philip F. Thau; hon-
orary president. Mrs. Fred Jonas;
honorary vice presidents, Mes-
dames Uarl M Coplon. Edward
Weintbom an I Mathilda Washton;
execut : vice'president, Mrs Si-
mei r. einback; vice presidents.
education, Mr-. Nat Bernstein.
>:t>< r-hip, Mr-. Abe Jaffee. pro-
gran Mrs Sam Buban, ways and
m< ai drs Joseph Morn-.
i onding secretary, Mrs,
financial secretary,
membership
Mi Vdele Borrok; r<
i secret irj. Mrs Hern.ml
so ta! seen tary, Mrs.
K In in r, Mrs M
.' l tarian, Mr
schms trustees, lles-
Goodman, Ben
Lipi rnai I >- m and s> Iney
igh Mai ol Fl Pierce,
p.i ." i Mr ol thi' Flori-
da F< ration I W imen's Clubs,
will Ik ^stalling officer.
Jacqi n Matt, coloratura SO-
prann ii be heard In vocal solos,
with I Paul Csonka as accom-
panist. Mrs Haft made her New
York >ut in 1951 at Carnegie
Hall I in 1952 at Town Hall.
Loca she has been soloist at
Bayfri Park concerts
Acad. Students
Present Play
Pla) 111 honor of the Passover
holidas vas presented by fourth
' m!. dents of the Hebrew Acad-
emy last week in the Academy aud-
it oriur-'.
Writtec by Mrs. Joshua Stadlan.
Hebrew instructor a: the Academy.
the playlet portrayed through
music, ong, dance and narration
the sigrifieaaea of the holiday in
the histi ry of the Jewish people
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, r.troducel the program
Student] participating wen' Stephen
Reinhard, Anne Weiner, Jan Safra,
Judy Solomon, Harry Becker.
Laurel Martin. Geoffrey Temple.
Mitchell Kellner. David Green-
berg, Zvi Honor and Sandy Rosen.
ia't-Atai Season Ends
Championship title races donu-
I the scene u the 1960-61 jai-
alal season comes to a successful
end at the Dania Palace. With a
new pari-mutuel handle record all
1'ut assured, Dania Place aficiona-
dos turn to title races to see what
will hrrpen. The Dania Palace
ends itg season on Monday. Apr.
10. when all title trophies will be
presented.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HOLIDAY
FROZEN FOOD
ALE
From
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Asparagus Spears- Pkg.49
FORDHOOK
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These BIRDSEYE Dealers Join In Wishing Their
Patrons Every Happiness For The Passover Holiday
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Friday, April 7, \%\
Props Plan Third
Annual Dinner
Martha Rave. Gloria DeHaven.
Marion Colby and at least 30 other
resident entertainers are .-eheduled
to he part of the {littering cast
which will highlight the third an-
nual props "Academ) Rewards'"
dinner ot the year on Sunday. Apr
23 in the Casanova room ot the
Deauville hotel.
Tagged, see America First,"
the show will be written and di-
rected by vice president, Patsy
Abbot, and prod iced by president,
\. Paul Pollack
Formed three years ago, the
] ips have used their slogan oi
ove, loyalty, -m^ laughter" to
- for their l< ss fortunate
colleagues in show business To
date. 110.000 has been turned over
to the AGVA Foundation Home in
South Fallsburgh, N V with
another S35.OO0 due towards the
Home's medical building.
\n additional highlight of the
Show will be the presentation ot
the third annual Jerri" Award.
Named after its tounder president.
Jerri Kruger Pollak, the award has
been presented in the past to Edye
Gorme and Diosa Costello. The
winner's name is no: disclosed un-
til the evening of the aftair.
rickel chairman is Mrs. Law-
rence Hair.
7:30 P.M.
MONDAY, APRIL 10
FREE
TO EVERYONE
FRIENDS OF
Bernard
"Bernie"
BERMAN
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNCIL GROUP 2
NORTH MAMI BEACH
Invite YOU
AS THEIR GUEST TO THEIR
All Star Show
FEATURING
Mi 'ABUIOUS
* TUNE TOPPERS
MAGlC HANDS Of
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AND TRIO
THE SMOOTH
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piano STYUMGS of
* MARK WAYNE
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+ MIKE ZETZ
FREE PONY RIDES
FOR THE KiDS 6 30 TO 7.30
Refreshments For All
AT .
II ea l 11 ii --i r Ir s
Corner of
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Pd I'.-i \-i\
DAVID BAR ILIAN
Eichmann Story
On Radio.- TV
"The Trial of Adolf Eichmann."
a special program previewing the
trial ot the former SS officer
charged with ma.'or responsibility
in the Nazi crimes that killed mil-
lions of European Jews, will be
presented on eh 7, WCKT, on Sun-
day. 6-Sii to 7 p.m.
The program, to be narrated by
Frank McGee, will mark the be-
ginning ot the NBC News coverage
of the Eichmann trial, which opens
in Jerusalem two days later, on
Apr 11 The NBC news team in
Israel will include Washington cor-
respondent Martin AgTOlUky, Rome
correspondent Irving R. Levine,
and Jerusalem correspondent A!
vm Rosenfield
The Apr. 9 broadcast w:ll review
the background of Nazi anti-Semi-
tism ;!h films showing the ha-
ras mei an I mass arrests of Ger
man Jews and the attempted de-
struction ot Jewish culture It will
then trace the career >t Eichmann
in the SS and his role in what the
Nazis called "the tina! solution ot
'he Jewish problem."
Meanwhile. WCKR-FM will pre-
: sent a complete Eichmann trial
preview on Monday. 8.05 to 9 p.m.
Dial setting is 97 3 on the FM band
Principal Kali to Speak
Irvin KatZ, principal of Miami
Beach Senior High School, will he
; guest speaker at the luncheon
meeting of Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith on Tuesday noon at the Rttz
Plaza hotel
DOG RACING
Nightly except Sunday
Bar-Man Will
Be Heard Here
In Barry Series
Israeli-bom pianist David Bar-
[llan will appear in Miami on Mon-
da) as gui sl artisl on the Barrj
College Culture Series scheduled to
be held a- 8 15 p m. in the college
auditorium.
The young pianist, who In a few
sharl year* has carved oul an im-
pressive musical record and w< i
acclaim through :l<
and Europe for his supreme
tui sity, .- a third generation Pi
tinian His 'her was a
composer ol liturgical music, and
his fat nou one of Israel's el
trical engineers, .- also an accom-
plished pianisl
He started his musical training
in Haifa, and interspersed his
studies with frequent trips to the
continent, where he was exposed
to the finest in European musical
and cultural tradition. He came
to the U.S. after winning a
scholarship at New York's Juil-
liard School.
After joining the Hagannah for-
ces during the Israel War ol Inde
pen lence Bar Ulan returned to his
music and completed his studies
a: Juilliard and the Mannei Col-
lege of Music He began his pr i
fessional career in 1954. and in
January, i960 made his debut with
the New York Philarmonic under
the late Dinuti Mitropouloa
The multilingual artist speaks
Hebrew. Arahic and English fluent-
ly, and has a reading knowledge ol
Spanish and German. Away from
the keyboard, he is an amateur
mathematician and an avid student
of archeology and ancient history
Mthou-h his interpretations ot
the classics have marked him as
"a poet of the keyboard." Bar Ulan
is equally at home in the modern
idiom, \ champion of the con
temporarj composer. hC ha- intro-
duced man) works by iiis Israeli
countrymen, like Starer and Ben-
Maim He played first perform-
ances ,>f Robert Starer's Piano Con-
certo, written especially tor him.
in Boston and Cincinnati under
the baton of Thor Johnson, in New
York under Wilfred Pelle'.ier. in
Buenos Aires and London, and on
CBS TV's Look I p A n d Live.'
With the CBS Orchestra and Al-
fiedo Antomni.
Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, fleeing the burninq of .*
in a scene from one of the world's most honored pictui
"Gone with the Wind." now in its second week at Wometco'a
Canb. Miami. Miracle, and 163rd Street Theatres.
New York String Sextet will appear Apr. 11 at the White Tem-
ple in another of the Friends of Chamber Music of Miami ser.es.
City of Hope Variety Show
Mental Health
Film Showing
The first showing in Miami of
the prize-winning film, "Search for
Sanity.'' will be held on Tuesday.
8:15 p.m.. at the Miami Public-
Library t Biscayne blvd
"Factors in Mental illness from
Within and Without" will he the
Subject of the film-disciissi(,n pro
gram l)r George Jacobson. ps\
I cbiatrilt, and Dr Murray Wax. as-
sistant professor of sociology, Liu
Versit) Ol Miami, will be the speak
era. John Cronin, jr. will be chair
man
A variety Show including a ma
yician and a comedian will be the
hiehliuht of the entertainment plan
ned b) the Miami Beach chapter
City of Hop" on Sunday evening
at the Roney Plaza hotel
The City of Hope, in existence
since 1913. is a national, free and
non sectarian medical center en
ed in research, medical educa
tmn and patient care of those suf-
fering from cancer, leukemia tu
berculosis. heart and hereditai>
di seases
Performers or. Sunday will bf
Carol Dunn vocalist; Rip Taylor,
comic; the Three Jays, varietj act.
and Howard Brooks magician
President is Mrs Bernard Hoff-
man, and Mr' Frin Tubin :
man of the function. Mr- M
Heyman is in charge ot reserva-
tions.
Chuck link of Sisterhood
Chuck Zink. of WTV.I was
master of ceremonies at an .
iponaored by Temple Betl
Sisterhood on Thurs .,.
al the South Miami Heigh'- i
Club. Included was to be I
show and water ballet b) M
metto High School swim '
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MUSIC *
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THEATER t
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Players Reveal Tribute Cast
Remembered for their initial pro-
Still three weeks away Irom pro- KDiott Harris Bernie Selevan. Lot I duction. .Miami Made," the Tern-
duction, eo chairmen Mrs Leonard tie (Mrs. Kmili Morton. Dr. Philip I pie Emanutl I'layei-, as formed
ClnkiTTSn and Mrs. Myron Mitnick Stern. Col. Milton Blum and Miss ;i vear ago.
announce a brisk sale of tickets -----
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MUSICAL SALUTE TO PEOPLE OF NAPLES
Nathan Milstein. recognized throughout the world ;.< one of the
creates! violinists of our time, will be flieet *oioist with the University
i : Miami Symphony Orchestra at the season's eighth rair ol subscription
(ncerls Sunday and Monday evenings in Miami Beach and Dadc Couritv
iditoriums. Fabu-n Sevit/ky will conduct
1'rocrammed as a musical salute to she city and pi ople of Naples.
. the concert will be tap.' recorded !<>r later br< Bdcasl to Italv over
facilities of the United States Information Agency': Voice of Amer
The salute, part ol the t's Government'i "Pi \ < to People" pro-
is the seventh to he presented to foreign countries bj the L*niver
. ol Miami Symphony since 1954
Mr Milstem will perform Felix Mendelssohn': i oncerto for Violin
i ; minor. Major orchestral work will be Set kofiev's ( lassical
j Other compositions to be heard inclutU L Preludes Liszt,
ommemoration of Italy's centennial year ol l on, Renzo
1 ; Sonus from the l'..i;. of Napl( "
pr< .r.un wil .-. '" ai Vmerican ci I on. Frederick
s 'Ephrosj ne (\ iTture
i;- Milstein, who will \m making hfis fourth a] hen since
a Russian bj birth and an American bj adoptioi He made his
concerl tour of Russia at 19, appea n recita nth .i close
who was destined to become one of the i ists ol his
on Vladimir Horowitz Milstein first cat el the U.S. in 1929
i nfiinj with him a reputatioi me
s. his debut with the New V'ork Philharmonic 32 i
1. eared with that orcht stra more thai 0 1 > -.
CARL FLESCH Ot^ VIOLIN PLAYERS
S eeking of violinists. "The Memoirs ol l iMacmillan
. ve to be fascinating reading foi instrumentalists and music-lovers
Ice The great viol teachei and thi i isl carried I manuscript
igh h)2S Hi- son added a few pages about Flesch's last yearshe
in l<>44
Joachim, Auer, Hubay, Hubermann Kreisler, Sarasate, Klman.
/all are discussed and analyzed ofl..... Flesch
: >ome time m Paris, and also h.is much to saj about violinists ol
French school, such as Marteau and Thibaud. Flesch writes vcrj
rtlj it times and never pulls his punches
But tew men ot his rJaj were greater authorities on 'he violin and
v olin playing, and whatever he says musi he considered with respect
does Pleach confine himself entirely to violinists. Anecdotes about
i any musicians are sprinkled through the pages, For man) years, he
music with Artur Schnabel. and there ar i tin i few stories about
real Beethoven Interpreter- stories 'ha' help round out the pic
passed down to us in his hero-worshipping piano pupils,

SEXTET FROM NEW YORK IS FEATURED
Friends ol Chamber Music ol Miami will present the New York
Sextet on Apr. 11 at the white Temple Auditorium Renato
' i and Kees Keeper, violins, Paul Doktoi and Clifford Richter
- and Benar Heifetz and Janos Scholz cellos, whi is ol Ne
- foremost Chamber musicians, have i heir varied back
inds and vasl experience lo form in this aggn al embli
!: there has Ions hei i .1 prof iimd need
For many years, the world oi chamber music h. ffered from the
ce of a permanent group devoted to the performance ol tin
quintets and sextets; these gems ol the iter; ur< hav< been
I .: indeed they were heard al all, only when fiv< or -ix musicians
< together for the particular occasion and with little time to re
hearse
The program her.- Tuesday will feature Sextel in F major, op 24.
Boccherini: Transfigured Night, Schoenberg and Sextet No. 1 in
' 'jor. op. 18 Brahms.

FINAL WORD ON VOICE COACHES
ar Mis Albert: To conclude the information for VOW 13-year-old
hter, Ann. who wants to become a singer Lei us per three years
1 i the future Ann is now 16 and ready to start voice training. She
eads many musical publications and thoughtfully -cans the advertise-
ir.ents declaring: "Singing teacher of Bel Canto." What is this -Bel
i
Bel Canto is no mumbo-jumbo. it is simply Italian for 'beautiful
singing And what is l, autiful singing but a lovely voice used correct!)
song? The correct w.iv to sing is natural and simple, but unfortun-
sadly lost In a maze ol charlatan teachers of voice," who have
i ishroomed evi rywhere And who are the charlatan "voice teachers.
r< the self-named experts who can not sing a note!
rhej .ne verv often pianists, who do not call themselves what tne>
imately areaccompanists or ooaches of music. Or again, the
itan may be a former singer, who has never : arned to sing cor-
himself, because he had the extreme misfortune lo have a know
ti .ichor teach him.
The charlatan voice teacher very often impresses a naive young
rtudeni with tall tales of accomplishments, and is hardly modest about
h It-praise. He has., large collection of signed pictures ol celebrities all
:ii- walls, promises to have Ins pupils in the Met m two years, and
his pupils to "place the lone in the head and -pin it out. nils
tied information is given with great han l fl< urishes, and He displays
zzle-dazxle piano technique II Jfau ionic across a teacher of that
ilk. grabyOVT purse and run for the nearest exit.
VIRTUES OF THE HONEST VOICE TEACHER
Now let me tell vou what an honest-to-goodness voice teacher will
do. To begin with, he Will physically demonstrate and teach you how
i breathe correctlv. with the proper use of nature's -breath control -
he diaphragm He will show you how the diaphragm expands, like a
'tibberband. when breath is inhaled, how the tone takes the air it needs.
pported by the expanded diaphragm, and how the diaphragm_ eon
Cti when the air is used up by the tone tThis U\ also a must foi
public speakers and wind instrument players.)
\ real voice teacher will also physically show his pupil how tOOptn
'< mouth and flatten the tongue so that outgoing tones and the throat
not constricted. He will demonstrate this, and much more oy
Physically teaching the proper principles of voice production until they
"re mastered. When the pupil knows how to breath correctly and con
Tol the flow of air. as well as how to open his mouth so that the tone CM
c<*ino out__he C3n sinlz
But alas, there are few who can teach these methods. Voice pro-
duction is a dying art. thanks to the fraudsand the singers who have
bx^m^ht correctly but wish to keep their art a secret Sincerely
for "Shingle on Flaglcr Stieet." the
musical play to be presented by
the Temple Kmanu-KI Players on
Apr. 22 through 24 at Miami Beach
High School Auditorium
Written and directed by Trixie
Levin, the production is a tribute
to the memory of the late former
Mayor ol Miami. Abe Aronovitz.
I One of the most lavish shows ever
undertaken by an amateur group, '
its cast is composed of many prom
inent citizens
Heading the company is jimmy
Rosenstrauch, who will play the
leading role of the "fighting" ma-
yor. Others include Hope Pome-
ranee, wife of ton-table Rocky
Pomerance. Miriam (Mrs. Milton i
Weinkle, Helene (Mrs. Murray
Koretsky, Leonard Glickman,
founder-president ol the Players,
Special Concert
Slated Here
The All-Miami Youth Symphony,
i.niii r the direct! n ol Robert
Strasbourg, Will I ; National
Music Week !'h special con-
cert featurinj the nten ationaily
known violinist. Joan Field, who
will play the Bruch Violin (

A second feature "i thi evening
will bi thi it- sentation ol the
Judge Kenneth and Samuel Oka
composition award to three
-(howl composers and a first per-
formance for the winning composi
tions
Concert will be Sunday evening.
May 7. at the Dade County Audi
torium, and all funds raised will
go toward establishment ol a music
library for the Youth Symphony
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Friday. April 7,
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We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Thirteen years i Fanny iMrs. Alfred Reich was very illso ill.
ben tht rabbi came to see her. everyone thought that wi
Fannj i 'ig)o h<-r>elf thai U she could only gtt
utl!. -- irj makf the world a better place in which to live The
lerful pai rj is that Fanny id gel better, and she didn't
she had 11 Sisti nood ot Temple Judea. B'nai H nth
Women. Federation ol Jewish v> tmen. and CJA
..meng the activities in which .-he is in
volved.
When Fanny graduated from a girl- school
in her middy blou.e. -he recieved one ot the
it ci veted award The Bluebird Alumnae
Prize for the Girl Who Always Wore a Smile."'
Just look at Fanny, and you knw why she got
:h< prize. If then was that kind ol a prize
By, she would ge; it all over again.
Fanny met her hu>band on the beach at
nej l-land. lie was playing in the band at
famous Feldman's. Alter living in New York.
they moved here in 1941 with their son Robert
Robert is now living in Jacksonville with
hi- wife, Sandy The great news of the
moment is that he is now a proud father; his
son, Louis William, was born on his own birth-
da\
The Reichs lead a quiet life. Alfred, in addition to his business
activities, plays the ba> violin. Every Monday, he plays concert music
ir. the La Rondo Room. Fanny stays home and reads or knits. She is
taking it easj right now. recovering from a broken leg which -he got at
Ihi B*nai B'nth Youth's convention. No one pu-hod her; she .-tumbled
i .' ay to the kitchen to put out the light.
A: present, -he i- knitting a -equin sweater Then'- a deadline on
lb< sweat* r which she warns to wear on June 9. when -he'll be installed
a.- pres entoJ the Fifth District ol B nai B'nth Women.
* *
WHAT A PARTY
The yachts drifting gentlj at their moorings, the many-colored li^iit>.
ci figures on the lavish buffet tables, tht strolling musicians
a colorful background lor the engagement party that Mr and Mrs
l.. uis Koren gave at their hotel, the King Cole, in honor of their daughter,
M Mori R Goud -
Morton is going to have j lot ol new relatives Everyone wearing
, irehid was one of tl bride-to-be's relatives, and there bi i med to U
( zens of them. Her sister, who looks so much like her Mr- Frederick
i. Hew in from N't York. The exotic brunette who -at at the
ton ousin, Mrs. Mike Lynn.
rton's folks, Lee and i.....udiss, were so thrilled that Morton's
thei was able to be at the party. Mr and
.".i.'.ir Hoffman flew in lrom New York. So many ot Mortoi
hi: elementarj school Acre there, including Kenneth and
stei v Lorber. also Nancy's folks the Morton
- and Mrs Arthur Treister. They ;ill were thrilled, ws
. proudlj presenti K and telling her wl
wi edding will in May, with only the immed oily
*
TWO NICE PEOPLE
to N irthu stern and met
- a law stud<
ny S lal annn
It w as exactly
ring nderbilt, ai d Harold
tht ; I M ami Sino tht Rifases couldn't go to
the te irried, the)
nnei in the Louis Phillipe room ol thi un-
it nds
and relatives. Rutl and Han white. .
' the men's boutonnit res wei i
*
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN TO ONE?
ent's weekend i G nseville Chuck and Doroth) Feinbei
i ame back Thej the excitt mem at
tin Tau Fp-ilon Phi House. They duly admired
the new houst i properly thrilled at the
- at 'i nner Friday night
in the fraten i j house, enjoyed I irday
brunch, and the danci Saturday I
Each year, more and mine parents attend
Parents Weekend. They should; they -tumid
set 'here their moot At the dance,
the freshmen serei ided tht couplet *'ho were
i innk and Dorothy listened
to their Billwho had been in the infirmary
all week with a cold-sing the lou est of ull
They, no doubt, thought he sounded the best
anyu a\
* *
EVERYONE WORE PANTS
Everyone did wear pan,-, the men because
what men wear, and the itirl- because it
Helyne Treister didn't, because she and Kenny
went on to another party later The party wai -.-* by Martin and Judy
Smith to introduce Judy's sister and her husband to their friends
The Lewis Lilionthal- have ju-t come here lrom Chicago to live,
and 'he 60 people at the party wanted to -ee that they get off to a good
Mart. Lights were strung all over the back yard At the smaller tables,
ducks with chef's hats and hurricane lamp- were the conversation piece.
Jsix grills were going at the same time for the steaks.
The stereo was rigged up with out-ide speakers, and everyone
danced and danced Channel Two came over to take pictures. Since
this is an educational channel, they either wanted to learn how to dance
or to broil steaks. Among the guestsDick and Barbara Berns, Sam and
llene Luby, Ed and Anita Japhe.
DOKOTHY
w;i- that kind of party.
Miss Moskowitz
Becomes Bride
A recej lion i nd dinner at the
rs h< tt I fol owed the man
tht re :' Faj R ta Mosk iwitt and
Sunday. Mar
26 Rabbi Morris skop officiated
at th< I ck ceren
The bride is the daughter ot Mr
and Mrs Joseph Moskowitz, 6to
Santar.de;- ave Coral liable- The
no'i parents are Mr and Mrs
Benjamin Bw 7s! .
ni
\ B nard C arl Mosk
Miss Rosalind Wooll ert ma-
tron and maid of h nor, rt spec-
Irving Feldman a best
: | tei Lans Ben
Car Mosk Et Ironoviti
and William R d as
- David Iman was
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The ru Mr- Ft I Iman i- a
graduatt of Coral Gables -
High School and was a member i I
Tziona B'nai IS nth (iirl- Her
band is .> graduate ol German Town
High School in Philadelphia. Pa
Marilyn's Troth
Leichtmans Tel!
Mr. and Mrs v
Leichtman, 41 I] >. -
the a* (agemt
Marilyn.
The groom to-be -
'er He i- thi son of Di
William Slander, 1301 ] .
M Miami Kt.h.
i c couple ar< plam
married in May.
r.
Gompers, Dvoor
Betrothol Told
w .
MBS. ftfCHAff) EIRGlft
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MKS. JOStPH KIDMAN
Miss Gratz Bride
Of Med Student
The ring her mother w.i- married
with served to unite Ruth Esther
Grati and Richard Arnold Bei gi i
on Mar 30 ..' Temple Beth Sholom
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated, and
a reception at the home of the
bri le follow ,i the t> ii clot <-. i ert
monj
Daughter of Dr and Mrs. Max
Gratz. 4333 Nautilus dr. the new
Mr- Berger I the LTi ivt i
sit) ot Miami and has beer,
Biscayne Elementarj School
For ht r wt she chose a
white chantilly lace gown and cai
ned orchids on a Bible. Mrs Paul
Jacobs was matron ol honor and
bridesmaids were Miss Roslynne
Miller and Miss Amiet Salsburj
Ihe groom's pan i ts re Mr and
Mr- Sydney \\ it ssel, i I 032 IS si .
and hi- brother Jonathan Berger,
was nan The bride's bro-
ther Dr Chai Myron
Nirenbei served i
Mr B rgei
lane L'nivers the young
New I Irleans
while he it hi i studii at
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The belhro r Shi
pers has beer

Gon pel '" Hi nrj I
son "f Mr ai d Mrs .-. mm
ot Flemington, N .1
The bridt an hoi
ate of Miami S- : H.
where -he was a momi>.
ture Business Lt adt rs ol
it, f lororit) was Phi Si
She attended tht I'niversil
i an 1 graduatt d Iron*
i ollege ol Met i..' Tt
as \ aledictorit n < '. her cl
Her fiance i- a graduatt
ington High S ht 11 n Ne
H< raduated tr< m the t
of Miami Busint -- \dmn
School, where he majored
keting He i- a m mbcr a:
r of Tau Delta Phi (rater I
served is vice cour u 1 t
associated with the execu
ing -'aff of l Ban bt rger I i
\ew Jersey, he is present
executive staff if the
Byron chain
The couple's men!
cbrated at a dinner rect

The i ide-eleci is the gri
:er ol Mi Sarah ( Bud!
erl) ol Bait.- Md
The coupU plan a fall I
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Young girli are taught to w
. ,hion conscious bj their
i s .,!i p, 'flowi r iwei i as a spring
;iptly describes little
. in their new dresses. Mo
grandmotru rs and i"1 d
- who dote on ;i special touch
Itery for the "miss" thi >
will find an exquisit< ly-
i el wardrobe for her ho-
rr -hi- is an Infant, toddler, lit-
, sister or young sophisticate
. lers have a special affinity
afi res and they love them
i in back with j big, big but-
) bow. In the well-known
e creations, attention is fo-
I on the charming trimmings,
,i- ruffles of Swiss embn i
eyelet, imported double lace
igs, all over Swiss embroid-
and the new fashion, old-
d btiding with pull
h pastel ribbon, Little sis
dresses appear In "lotted
- -- woven checks, piques
cloths and -ilk organia \u'h
amc dainty trimming
Cami lot" sleeve (a double
\e from medieval times but
i ,i Broadway musical), ja-
- French Val lace ruffles, polka
:h oidered bands and dew-
aci enti ol ocean pearl are
fascinating and beautifying
h fashion touches on lh e
sses for "'litt!:' ladies
-time-, for big and little
- are a point ol major il
Sometimes thej are indi-
: :h a Wide sash or narrow
embroidere I motifs, gentle
oi > un ol fanciful apph-
ike treatments an
i \ aril I little girls' pi i soi
Collai maj be a < ut
Mrs. Whitman Presides
V. :
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and i nbr li red tyrolean motifs
framed in French Val lace ruffles
highlight the yokes
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IN cln cki o find OUl what
some of our local mothers look
ir. their little girls dressj
clothes.* I heard Mrs ,1 William
Bare-, jr., -tate a preference for
pimas, with some hand detailing
in the bodice which hell avoid
too straight a look. Fabrics alo ig
with the pima, such as dotted
Swiss or organdy, are also ri"-
sired, They are hand-washable,
take -tareh very well, and are
no; too delicate. She doesn't like
the nylon fabrics, because they
may look cool and be eas) to
launder, but they are hoi and
uncomfortable lor the youngsters,
For her youngest daughter, Mrs.
Baros likes the hand-smocked
dresses and pinafores. For both
inters, -he prefers lull bouf-
skirts rhe trapt ze line is ex-
el i,i fi r the small sizes, but as
thi little girls gro up, and there
waistline, a finition
i eded in the dress She 11 ver
lors, but staj- with
m tute and pastels.

A NOTHER nun her who has a del
^* :-.' pn ference for the trapeze
lini is Mrs Charles Sprintz. She
ioks for tht two-piece en
m n ble featuring the fitted dress
with sleevi thai is worn under a
style pinafore She feels
id be dressi
simple clothes, Her
is that too much in the
,i, j if fi bows and flowers
ha- ,i tendi ni > to o\ erpi wer the
girl
; i nai d W al Iman also pre
,. -,i ipll ,;;h i met od look for
_. ; arm wca
, ths out ol th<
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nounced by her parents. Mr. and j
Mrs. Ralph William Stober. of New-
ton Highlands, Mass. The future
bridegroom's parents are Mr. and
Mrs Philip Robert Warshaw. 422
SW 25th rd Miami.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Duke University, Durham, and is
in her senior year at Katharine
Gibbs School, Boston, she is Phi
Beta Kappa and a member of
Kappa Alpha Theta.
Ihr fiance attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, and will graduate
from I) ii k e University medical
school m June. His fraternities are
Phi Eta Sigma and Pi Lambda Phi.
After their marriage, the young
couple will live in Rochester, N Y .
.'hen. l>: Warsaw will intern at
Strong Memorial Hospital th< re
Bermair. Randman
Plan Marriage
Mrs lose] h A, Herman. 7025 Rue
ille, Mianti Beach, announ-
ces the engagement ol her daugh-
ter. Carol, to Abe .1 Randman.
The bride-elect's lather is ihe late
.1.....ph \ Berman
'Iho prospective -room i- the son
Miss Luizky Will ~
Wed in August
Mi Sol Gerber, 8-i
I'llkinniun
MISS BlRNKl KOStNSON
ol Mr. and Mrs. Philip Randman,
ol Miami Beach, formerly ol Birm-
ingham. Ala.
He received his degree from Ohio
state University, and is a membi r
of Zeta Beta Tau. He is affiliated
with Florida Community Builders.
The bride-to-be is a graduate ol
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended Emory University in At-
lanta. Ga
The young couple are planning
to be married June 18.
A (tu
MISS CAROL BtRMAN
avc He is a graduate of the Ui i-
versity ol Miami, and is now doil g
graduate work there in psychology.
The young couple plan to be mar-
ried June 25
Miss Rosenson
Eyes June Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Rosen
son. 2257 SW 11 st.. announce the
engagement of their daughter, Ber
nice, to Ronald s Rosenberg.
The bride-elect is a graduate ol
the University Of Florida, where
she was a member of Alph Epsi
Ion Phi. Zeta Phi Eta, National Col-
legiate Players, and Florida Pla>
ers she is presentlj teaching al
Madison Junior High School
Her fiance is the son ol Mr and
Mrs Irving Rosenberg. 51 SW 67
Phi Sig Alumnae Meet
Flection of new officers was to
be the order of business at a melt-
ing of Phi Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami on Thursday even-
ing at the home of Mrs. Donald
Frank. 7701 SW 53 pi.
POSITION IN JEWISH
COMMUNITY WANTED
10 Years experience in Jewish
community work and exp. as
Executive Director of Congre
gation. Would like to settle ir
your area with wife ond baby
34, good general and Jewish
education. Would Plan Trip
Your Way About May 1st. Sal
ary not as important as cb.al
lenging po$iti< i Write Mr. S
c/o Jewish Floridian, P.O Box
2973, Miami l.Fla.
th HILARIOUS WEEK !
NITE CLUB SENSATION OF THE YEAR!
\ CAUGHT J
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r ouni e agi m< nl ol her
daughter D ma Laura Lutsky, to
\ .mi nl Mm hacl Planco,
Thi -1st ii e son ol
Ml s Kli hi; ." Miami
Beach, and Alfred U Planco, of
Ni a York.
The Acdding will take placi Aug
13
Women to Get
Members1 Discs
Mis. Sidney Talk and Mrs Bj r
ney Lar It i ill receb e life mem-
bership discs al the annual :
luncheon ol B'nai B'rith Wom*n of
Coral Cables on Tuesday. 11:30
a.m.. at thi' F !en Roc hotel
Napoleon Reed will entertain.
and fashions from Lory's and furs
bj Engels will be displayed.
Chairman is Mrs. Si I 103 llaskoe,
and Mrs Sam Kurland is in charge
of reservations.
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ORGAN MUSIC FOR YOUR
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NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: Attorney Larry Friedman associate
of Shirley Woolf. and songstress Candi Scotl Rotting ready to harmonize
The Wedding March." They became encaged recently.
Is it true that Biscavne Optimist Club is getting up a special.designs
tion lor member Max Fogel: The Handicapping JoJterter. Hw
lections laughing and amusing stories aid the digestion of his fellow
Optimists :it their dinner meetings at the Lucerne.
David Hubsch. South Beach civic leader and treasurer of Ihe Senior
Citizens Assn. n| Miami Beach, is organizing the first lodge of the inde-
pendent Order of Odd Fellows on the Beach He already has close to
100 charier members. He can be contacted at 636 I.eno\ ave.
Friends oi Mrs. Paul Pincus, especially her fellow Props, will be
happ; lo lean: -he's well on the road to recovers after surgerj al Ml
Sinai recently.
Wow, are friends of former Beachite Martin Goldman (including
yours truly) kicking themselves hard. He tipped them off to a new
stock issue, Viewlex, a few months ago. It went on the N.Y. Stock
Exchange at 4 and just a few days ago passed the 41 mark.
The Al (Fu Manchul Goldmans' lovel> laughter Joan a Miami
Beach High student, has a bright future in the vocal field.
The v ilunteer "Courtesy Corps," which is the brain child i Miai
Beach attorn > Henry i: Coleman. already has .;; tnons the
resort i lizens "Be Extra Kind to New Jersej Visit :- We k shi ild
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Dan Da li auric? Che\ alii i
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i an>
friends from the Garden State after the rccenl careli unthinkii
marks madi bj a Miami cit) official in regard to its citizens
li. Brod, \ t:'i\e vice president of Iso .....a< lical
Dover Del., is al the Deauville hotel Howard is in
ion ol a i.i tablet for tl e n pro ntioi
sunbu Howard feels that our area, with Ol< Sol watchinj ovei
atural for the pill's premii i
* *
STAGE AND SCREEN: With Hi! memory ol Menasl
l i 49th Cousin" still fresh in everyone's mind fair lo all
wrap up tickets for \ Majoritj ol One." opening Maj 16, at *hi i
nut Grove Playhouse, starring Mollj Picon and Dennis King -World ol
Suzie Wong continues through Sunday.
No punches will f>< pulled when the Ten anu-EI Pla> rs
"Shingle oi Plagler Street" hits the stagi Apt ~2 through 24 ol the
Miami Beach High School auditorium Trixie Levin's script is based or
the legal lit: of the late "fighting" Mayor Abe Aronovitz.
The "new generation" is getting as many "kicks" and enjoyme"!
cut of "Gone with the Wind" as their parents did 20 years ago when it
first appeared. The Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres
report record-breaking crowds to view this screen classic, with Glark
Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard and Olivia DeHavilland, to name
a few of the illustrous cast.
Manager Lou Fishkin reports thai the Yiddish In erican vaudc
ville policy at the Cinema i- going to continue there indefinite!) due to
its continued popularity Leon Schachter deserves much praise for his
u.l direction, and Irving Pietrack's musical leadership rat's
,n encomium also
Pepe." the big musical and fun
the Lincoln Cantinflas. Shirlej Jon
rd i Robinson, Bing Crosbj Debbii Reyn< Is and Frank Sinatra
are some of the S5 stars who contributi to I I entertainment <
Technicoloi screen spectacular
The Absent-Minded Professor." held oxer al
Gables and shores |g record-breakei for clocking
and frolic have been combined to creati a super
Fred MacMurraj has never been better
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HOTEL LOBBY-ING: Pontainebleau rings down the curtain on thi
la Ronde room after Saturday night, when the Paul Vnka Henn>
Voungaian show closes out Entertainment policy oi the hotel will thir
in concentrated in the Boom-Boom room, when Ziggj Lane, sii
host, and the Frank Natale Trio and CheO ami his VeraderO orch
will hold the spotlight
Frankie Avaton-Alan King show goes into its final performanci
Saturday at the I'ompen room ol the Eden Roi an i that room
mto eclfp for the rest of the season and earlj summer Harry's tonei
ican Bar will continue its dancing and entertainment policy, however
with Luis Varona and his orchestra alternating with the |azi notes ol
Duke Jenkins' class) combo Varoaa also will shut to the Mona Lisa
room on Saturday nights.
Sam Gyson's always listenable airway commentary is broadcast
Saturday and Sunday, starting at midnight, from Sorrento hotel
lounge, via WMIE. Nice to have you back, Samuel.
"Caught in the Act moves merrily along at the Downstairs room
"i the Seville, with its laugh-a minute pace It's intimate entertainment
with a topnotch cast and original skits.
Dave Levuison will be leaving his executive desk at the Algiers an)
lav now to resume his annual duties as boss oi the popular Tamarack
I odgi near Ellenville N Y.
Harrj Dinnerstein also getting read) to depart with son-in-law
Harold Friedling. for their swank Stevensville Laki I Swan Lake
\ V which has Hs seasonal opening on or about Ma> 19
*
DINING AND SUCH: Candlelight Inn. which is piloted b> Henr)
m, reports undiminished dii ivity, with
of the diners heading toward 4he Coconut Grove Playhi ise aftei d ssen
De Continental, one of the area's smarter diner rendezvous, ccrv
tinues to grow in popularity with both visitors and localitos. and is
conveniently located in smart surroundings on Bay Harbor Island.
Harold Pont and Irvm Gordon resta rant, with orders pouring in for their special type oi caterini
enl and wedding parties heading the list
Nassau Cruise For Seniors Here
\ [hrei da) Nassau i ruise for]
senioi inder the sponsor-
ship i Ireati i Miami Jewish
I'ommunity Center was announced
w. dnesdaj
The group will leave Miami on
lay, June 5. aboard the air-
eandiUonod Bahama star, return-
ing to Miami on Thursday. June 8
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I ape* al package price has been
arrar the tour, which will
be nipervised bj the professional
staff ot the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center. The cruise
prue will include lightseeing, ho-
tel accomotions. ship accomoda
'.ions and all meals
In charge ot information is
Charles Plotkin, director, depart
ment of service to senior citizens
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Dade Heights
Sets Floor Show
Dade Heights Jewish Conereaa-
tion will holl a professional Tahi
tian floor .show ~\rtTri a Hawaiian
four-piece hand for dancing.
The show is scheduled for Satur-
day evening. Apr. 13 Prizes will
include dinner tor two at the Luau
On Miami Beach, and passes to a
Florida State Theatre m charge
of tickets and information is Don
Hershey.
Miami Hadassah Elections
Somination and election of new
officers for the Miami chapter of
Hadassah will he held Monday,
MKWy*: VMfasonic Temple; 41
Valencia ave Coral Gables.
I,' d rs of the Gilbert J. Balkin chapter of B'nai
I: essc%- contest, "How to Keep the Torch
|of Frit ndship Burning," are (left to riqht) Herston
hooper, Mrs. Leslie Daniels. Diana Mills, Alice
ktmuels, Gertrude Redden, Mary Jo Ericson,
i Mary S.rr.pson. Also appearing in the
Irs. Adams Will
:hair Luncheon
[EIim vi i well-known Miami
J i v iropisl and chili
I at ha- .... 'pted the honorary
>>f the Sabra lunch-
i ii> Mrs Jack
r urman of the Worn-
for Israel Bonds.
The incheon will take place on
I An 15. at the Westview
I Club.
jBom in Is aabul. Turkey. Mis
I has lived in t e United
li.r.i :or the past 35 years. As
->ter. shj visited what u.is
I lestine, and has since been
| on i a imber oi occasions.
\ !..;.. ii a seasoned trave
of fine music, and a
|>:... ml tropiSl The new
Sinai Hospital, the Miami
( istitut>\ and the Hadassah-
i nil sreity Medical Cen-
benefited by her generos-
olda Meir Club Fetes Presidents
picture is Councilman Kenneth Oka. contest
judge and principal speaker, at ceremonies
held at the Torch of Friendship site Sunday.
Sen. W. "Cliff" Herrell and Rep. George Holla-
hen, not shown, were also judges.
Mrs. Turk Will
Install Officers
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, Greater Mi-
ami chapter, will hold its annual
installation luncheon on Friday,
Apr. 21, at the Lucerne hotel
Mis Harold Turk, one of the
organizing founders of the local
chapter, will be installing officer
Founding president of the Crea'er
Miami unit, she served on the na-
tional board for three years
Her daughter. Cornelia, is now
a junior at Brandeis University,
and her husband is a member of
the board of fellows and first Vice
president of Brandeis University
club of Greater Miami.
AMC Auxiliary
In Donor Dinner
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the'
American Medical Centi r at Den-
ver, home of the Eleanor Roosevelt
Cancer Foundation, will have its
annual donor dinner, dance and
show Sunday. 6:30 p.m.. at the ,
Carillon hotel.
All funds raised will aid cancer
and tubercular patients sent from
this area to the Center In charge
of reservations are Mrs Jerry
Poncher and Mrs. Morris Goluskin. '

Locally, the Auxiliary, one of six
chapters in Dade county and one of
88 throughout the country, services)
the cancer and tubercular dr.
of Jackson Memorial Hospital.
taking gifts and refreshments to
patients there
Meetings are held the first Wed
nesdaj of ever} month at Wash
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.. Washington ave., Miami.
Beach.
Temple Israel
Final Book Review
For their final book review >f
the season, Sisterhood of T'-mple
Israel will present Dr Joseph R.
N'arot in a discussion "Excel-
lence, b} '";.:i W Gat presi-
dent of the Carnegie F '.;:".'! .' i.
"Excellence" leals with the ( i
troversial subject "t standards >f
American education.
Monday, Apr 10, is the date, at
11 a.m., with coffee at 10 15 T e.
review is at Wolfson Auditorium.
Combined Installation Sunday
Combined installation of officers
of TMereth Israel Congregation
and Sisterhood will be held on Sun-
day evening, Apr lti. In the Social
Hall. 65 Blount Wins Contest
Tom Blount. sales representative
for Florida Power and Light Com-
pany, won the recent Toastmasters
Speech Contest in competition with
contestants from the Civil Sen c
and Downtown Chibs. The affair
u.i- 'he annual speak-off contest
lor Toastmasters of Area 2. a sub-
sidiary of Toastmasters Sunshine
District 47 Mr Blount s winn |
subject was The Solution to Flo-
rida's Death Canals "
Beth II Luncheon -
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El will hold a luncheon on Tue*.
da> at Dora August Memorial Hall,
500 SW 17 ave. President is Mrs.
.lack Shapiro, who will conduct
he luncheon tunction, which begins
at 12:30 p.m.
I rcer Women's Golda Meir
I have next meeting on
evenifl, a: Beth El Con
en uatii n
Mrs William Beckwith. pre-i-
ill conduct t h e business
. w : Mrs Nathaniel S"i
harge of the cultural por
Program will include the 13th
birthdi ol he Golda Meir Club
Center Branch
Lists Classes
i ai new weekday classes for
citltens have been an
nounc* by the North Count)
VMli Branch if the Greater Ml-
Jewish Community Center.
11036 N:-: i; ave
. Betsy-Ann Dance Studio.
ill offer a class in social dance
instruci on.
<'n Thursday, 1:30 p.m., Mrs. ir
Vin L Sajnet Will each ceramics
1" beg nners Enrollment is limit
ed
Classes are offered at no charge
to memoers of the Center Further
" I i" Btion mas be obtained from
Charlej Plotkin director. Depart-
Went >l Service to Senior Citizens
and the Bar Mttzvah celebration ol
the State ol Israel
All past presidents have been
invited. Attending will be Mes-
dames Lena PushKlC. A'ma 5orm
Bild. and Ann.. Seltzer In the ab-
sence ol Sonia Kobbuis. fourth
past president, will be Sarah Shap
off, a president before Golda Meir
club was established. Other past
presidents invited are Mesdames
\ era Zeltzer and Shirley Queen
Mrs Marion Meyer will read a
paper on "Yom Atzmaot for Pio-
neer Women,' and Mrs Rebecca
Hrrman i- in charge of the musical
portion of the program.
Mrs Esther B Coltchman i- in
charge of the social hour, with Mrs
Irving M. Sachs as hostess in honor
ol her grandson, Mark Weinstein.
Board Meeting Wednesday
Board meeting of Sisterhood ot
Temple Emanu-F.l will be held
Wedn< lay, io a.m., in Sirkin Hall.
'"' >.. -hington ave.
Woman's Unit
Slates Meeting
Mis Seymour Kagan, newly-
elect..I pii-ident of the Philip Ayre
Unit. Woman's Corps, Cancer Insti-
tute of Miami, will conduct a reg-
ular meeting Monday. 9:15 a.m., at
the home of Mr- Arthur Vltch,
.17415 NE 9 ct No Miami Beach.
Others who will serve in the new
year are Mesdames Arthur \ itch.
Justin Siegel, Sidney Schecter. and
l Irving Dickler. vice presidents;
Saul Bell, trea-ur.i Harrv Cohen.
Isadora Smith and Harold Flint,
secretaries; and Harold Lichtei
district director of No. Miami
Beach.
Berman Reveals
Platform Planks
Bernie Berman. candidate i o r
City Council. (Iroup 2 In No. Miami
Beach, has announced that John
F Keegan will be his campaign
manager and John J Loughlin his
campaign treasurer.
Among Berman's proposals for a
program of beautification for
North Miami Beach is "removal
of the concrete tomb stones' from
163rd st."
He will push "formation of an
Interama board to work in coopera-
tion with the Chamber of Com-
merce and other Interama boards
to plan for the advent of Interama
>o that new business will be at-
Coral Cables Recreational Advisory
Kickoff rally at his campaign
headquarters. 163 st and NE 12
ave.. will be Monday morning. Top
stars who will appear are are Tune
toppers. Remarkable Rubin from
the Rancher Lounge, the Rick
Tones from Ricks Lounge, and
many others.
There will be pony rides and
amusements for the youngsters, as
well as a movie and refreshments.
Berman is a member of Beth
To rah Congregation.
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Sholem Lodge
Has Anniversary
Eli Hurwitz was installed pies;
dent of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith
a: the lodge's 36th anniversary cel-
ebration on Mar 26 at the Dean
ville hotel
Jack Fink, immediate past pres
ii ent oi the South Florida Council
Oi B'nai B'rith Lodges and pas
president ol Miami Beach Lodgi
also installed \ Da' id Raw is
president-elect; Sanford Swerdlii
a I Marvin Pearlman, vice presi
dents; Saul I Blake, recording sec
retary; Martin Budnick, treasurer;
!\ ilton llahn financial secretarj
Morion Palmer, corresponding
secretarj. Edward 5. Klein and
Roland HorovitZ, monitors; Harry
Goodman and Allied Kreisler, war
dens; David K Chaplan and Myroi
G ild guardians.
Installed as trustees were Leo
Axlrod, Israel Bellinkoff, Phil.p
Berkowiti, Louis Friedman, Sam
Friedman, William Friedman,
Sam Kessler, Bernard Lieber-
man, Joseph Lipton, Bernard
Newmark, Martin Parnes, Moe
Schatzman, Sam Schindlcr, Fred
K. Shochet ar.d Arlhur Zweigen-
thal.
Ceremony was opened bj Mar-
vin Pearlman. and the invocation
was given by Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz. of Temple Zamora. Sidney
H Palmer presented a plaque to
Edward s Klein, out-going presi-
dent, who then awarded certifi-
cates lor outstanding service dur-
in. hi- administration.
Morion Palmer Introduced coin
munity leaders who were present
Arrangements committee includ-
e Marvin Pearlman and Morton
W Palmer, chairman. I)r William
Schiff, Martin Budnick, Louis Hai-
i Roland HorovitZ, Bernard New
ii'.irk and Sidney Palmer.
Final Arguments in Schools Case
Sen. Pepper to Speak
Former Sen Claude Pepper will
h, guesi speaker at a meeting ol
Northshore B'n ii B'rith on Mon-
evening at Temple N'er Tamid.
Balkin Lodge
Installs Robbins
- \ Robbins was installed pres-
ident ot Gilbert .1 Balkin Lodge ol
B'nai B'rith at a recent meeting
of the lodge at the Pub restaurant
Judge Phillip Gildman was guest
speaker at the fun< lion
Robbins, a Hialeah attorney, is
vice president ol the Hialeah Mi-
ami Springs Bar Assn and a mem
ber "i the Florida Bai-
lie i- past president ol the \\ est
Dade Jaycees
Coral Gables Will
Vote on Tuesday
Coral Cables resident- will go to
the polls Tuesday. Apr 11.
They will be voting tor candi-
dates seeking a seat on the Coral
Gables City Commission.
The iield includes n business-
men, civic leaders, and proie>sio-
nals vying for the job.
Those seeking election include
Bernard Weksler, Joe Murphy.
Geor > Wilson, Chuck Powell. Lee
Mahan, Henry <;. Simmonite, Dr.
Franklin .1 Evans. Charles Berry,
C L Dressel, and Harold c?
Final arguments were presented
Tuesday in a crowded court room
before Judge Fritz Cordon in the
case challenging the constitution-
ality of religious practices m Pad
county's public schools
Circuit Judge Gord in set asi le
all daj for the argument, allotting
three hours to e.ich ride am!
hour for rebuttal by the pla
The Chamberlin case, sponsor-
ed bv the Florida Civil Liberties
Union, and Resnick case, backed
by the American Jewish Con-
gresv chal'erge Bible reading,
the Lord's Prayer, Grace before
meals, Bible classes after school
hours, religious tests for teach-
ers, sectarian baccalaureate ser-
vices, display of religious objects
in the public schools, and sec-
tarian observances of religious
holidays, including Christmas,
Char.uka, Passover and Easter in
the schools here.
The suits aUo challenge the con
stitutionalit) of a religious census
ol children
Dr l > Pfeffer general co
of the American Jewish Congress
and a ranking authority, on the
constitutional doctrine ol separa
tion of church and state, sum
manzed the case for tiie plaintiffs
at the outset ol Tuesdaj's he
Speaking for two hours, Dr Pfeffer
traced th" development ol the sep
aration of church and state doc-
trine back to the issuance of the
Memorial Remonstrance in Virgin
la and the activities of James Mad
ison. Thomas Jefferson, John
Adams and Thomas Paine
Pfeffer told the court that "re
ligiOfl must be beyond the jurisdic-
tion of political homes that out
constitution defines a relationship
of man to man and has no juristic
tion over man's relationship to
Cod He said that "the only icle
that the government has in relation
to religion is to protect its free
.lom." adding that the law uM "is
not opposed to religion but to the
leaching ol it as an act ol dei
or an act of commitment, which
has been the ca-e in the public
schools of Hade count)
To illustrate that teaching re-
ligion in the public schools does
a disservice to religion, Or. Pfef-
fer quoted from earlier testimony
given by high school principal
"that he had read the Charuke
story from the Old Testament
whe.i the joint Christmas-Chen-
uka program was held." De
clarec1 Dr. Pfeffer: "I challenge
anyone to show me the story of
Chanuka in th* Old or New Tes-
tament or ar.y version thereof.
It doesn't exist."
Pfeffer told the court "the teach-
ing of religion is not majority
versus a minoritj Issue but i- a
question ol law Even excusing
Children from participation In the
devotionals as the School Boar,:
attorneys referred to them th'
out the trial is not sufficient to
ovi n on-.e t h e unconstitutional t>
ol the practices
Repeatedly, !r Pfeffer stn I
. sychological cumpulsion which
had been shown in previous testi-
mony, and differed with Judge
Cordon on hi- rulings whi n G ir Ion
refused some of the testimony as
in-sable
Herbert 1. Heiken. repres mting
ll irlow Chamberlin and the ACl.i
- ise -aid in a brief statement that
the Second District Court Of '>:
peals in a reccM Ejbling excluding
the distribution of Cideon Bib!?s
from Orange county school-, held
it to be the right of the parent to
inculcate his children with his own
beliefs
He.ken contended that the
[schools usurp the parent's right in
. respect to religion anil cause con-
fusion in the child's mind
In an afternoon session, G<
Bolles, attorney for the Dade Coun-
ty School Board, declared tha: Dr
Pfeffer had not dealt with the
->i:e- in hi- argument of the morn
ing but had expressed his personal
philosophy of the d.
the church attain doc-.i
He pointed out that it w ;,
in the power of the sl.,e ..fJ
make lews regarding B.ble reid.
ing and lh*t the board had tha
power of imp'ement.ng ,.
state's laws." The,, ia whj
unconstitutional in the action <
the School Board in following, the
Bible reading statute he said
pointing out that the Ugislature
and Congress open with prmra,
and that "In God We Trust ,5
inscribed on U.S. coins
Bolles took issue w
"that the state had
with religion but to pi
dom." declaring tha;
church and state meat
should not be a stati
that there should not
state."
Holies alleged that
had DOI proved the
c Hy arguing la< I ol
compulsion." and th II
ter "more of the plan I
ing the policies ol
than those policies be
tu ional "
E F. P. Brigha
the intervenors in a
entation, said "it a tu
cdy for our nation to i
our public school- tne i
a- it comes from the 1!
portraying the current ca-i
fight between the w ll 1
'atheistic materialism
In what seemed a stirring de-
fense of God, Brigham wondered
"how on* can maintain Christian
virtue without Christianity,' re
ferring to the nation as a "Chris
tian nation."
At one point. Bfi^ham launched
into an attack i ainsl
Paine, calling him "a daSSeflKf
derelict and ne'er ds wi I
h .1- m n iponse ti Dr Pi
earlier reference to Paini I
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He purposes a "live to 10 year
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date for Coral Gables City Com-;
mi-si.m. is running on a four point
platform He purposes
"A Strong zoning code, placing
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reviewing the Youth Center opera
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April 7. 1961
*Jfnt$!h flrrii'li^iin
Page I3-B
__ il and Rich< the Scbrcs, '..
who will perform at a You: lion i i
i High School aud .6.
unds to Help
udaea Camp
- Clara Burstein, chairman.
- thai the second annual
_ judacan celebration will be
Apr 16, 30 p mi .
i M ,.:ni Beach Senior High
.. litorium.
a 11 include Judaean
Idren enacting Israel's histon-
evelopment during the past 13
and the world tammis Is-
v.bra dancers and singers.
\ funds raised will go to the
",:p luad whuh provides
'ending underpriviliucd chil-
li to the newly-acquired Young
i ., camp in llendersonvillc.
Family Prizes on Agenda
Somi ill leave Beth Torah's
I omtx la dance with a sec
l ltd fam !;. car, Danish modern tur
niture, or a chaise lounge the night
i f Saturday, Apr. 15 This is the
major fund-raising event of the
religious school PTA. which will
feature a live orchestra.
eiman Attends
gency Meeting
l Heiman. president o( the
ti r Miami Jewish Federation.
k attended a meeting of
lals of the Jewish Agency
rael in New York City,
ber of the I'nitcd Jewish
speakers bureau, he is
il to address community
n GalvestOO, Tex., on Apr.
in Ft. Worth. Tex on Apr
n has visited Israel and
t headed the Combined Jew-
h Vppeal here
- president ot. One Hour Va-
Cantor Goldfarb
Joins Sky-Top
("amp Sky-Top for boys and girls
in the Blue Ridge Mountains near
Hendersonville. N <" i preparing
to open for it> 12th season
Camp officials have announced
the addition of Cantor Jacob Gold-
farb as co-owner director.
Cantor Gold fa rh ha been in the
Hebrew education field for the past
28 yean. In Greater Miami, he
was cantor and teacher at Beth
Torah Congregation for five years,
ami presently i> affiliated as cantor
and principal of Temple Zion of
West Miami
"Having Cantor Goldfarb on our
staff will enable us to offer camp-
er.- instruction in conversational
Hebrew and Yiddish, preparation
for Bar and Bas Mitzvah. and
choral singing, orchestral playing
and l.-raeli dancing, camp official.-
explained.
All loods. the kitchen and dining
room will be under the perxmal
direction of Cantor Goldfarb.
Lav/ Frat Will
Convene Hers
N Beta Eps n ati m I
nit l timi |
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hotel fron
i:il> _.. to 2.1.
A !' G. Cohn, oi Atlanta, i
;'.-! national gr nd chancellor,
tailed the chapter al th>
University of Miami during his ad
ministration, ;- convention chair-
man,
In charge f the lot il ho pi
committi i e Ju .. Milton \
Friedman llarr; B Smith
Mr. ( and Ger.-hon s Mil i .
lodi i Chicago, hon-

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Mec's W s.
F tin
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will i ., edi i sdaj
Bui
I hi ii w ill outline obji i
and [unctions oi the new organiza-
tion.
Officers of the council include
Naomi B Brandeis, president,
Temple Emanu-El; Rebecca Kay,
vice president, Beth Torah; Carol
Cynamon. secretary treasurer,
Coral Way Jewish Center.
Other Board members include
Mina Goldblatt. Beth Am; Ruth
Penick. Temple Zion; Hea Saal.
Beth David; Betty Wank. Beth
Emcth; Lois Kusens, Temple Me-
norah; Rebecca Stern. Dade
Heights; Rose Comn. Yehudah Mo-
she; and Estelle Segal, Flagler-
Granada.
As a ubscribers, _1 ish Floridan will present free
ic-sage tc ea I er of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah
Reff : be otMresfed ;j""Corsage Tor rou.' P.O. Box
297: 1 Fla., one n onth in advance. Include the name
cf the Bar cr Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home jddress and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of E'ac.stone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
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Law Day Will
Be Marked Here
May 1 has again been proclaimed
by President Kennedy and Con-
gress as Law Day USA.
The Miami Beach Bar Assn.. in
cooperation with the legal profes-
sion throughout the nation, is plan-
ning special observances to em-
phasize the contrast between the
rule of law in a democratic society
and the rule of force and fear under
Communism.
Bar Assn. Law Day committee
includes Martin A. Smith and Judge
Albert Saperstein. chairmen. Henry
Waitzkin. Judge Milton Feller.
Judge Louis H Stallman and Jo-
seph Malek.
Kent Novell
Ki".' Hj 'is, si n ol I >r and Mrs
vard \ Novell, -I27ii Keysti
blvd Keystone pi., will celebrate
JNF Council Sets
Meet Wednesday
Rabbi Mayer Abamowitz. presi-
dent of the Jewi.-h National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, an-
nounces the nex; meeting of the
Council Wednesday evening at the
Fontainbleau hotel.
Reports will be heard from Rab-
bi Abramowitz and Sol Goldman,
chairman of the JNF presidium,
on the national assembly of the
Jewish National Fund held re-
cently in Washington. D.C.
his Bai M I i Sunday m<
', .; al I mple Israel.
in the i remon;
fathi will i"
Philip
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:i Saturday morning, Apr.
8. at Temple Judea.
Stephen is an eighth grade si i
di ni at Ton.- de Leon Junior High
bas attended the Temple's re-
ligious and Sundaj school for two
yi at -
His parents will host the Kiddush
in his honor following services
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood board
members will meet Monday eve-
ning in the social hall. Regular hi
monthly card party and sewing bee
of the Sisterhood will be Wednes-
day evening. Refreshments will be
served.
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Friday. April 7,
Senate Voice Votes Approval
Of Virgin Islands Governor
wnicl) makes nail >. tie lamous
Virgin Islands rum. motion picture
theatres, stores and extensive real
t state holdings.
WASHINGTON (JTA The Son
ate approxeit hy voice vote this
week the nomination of Ralph
Paiewonsky ss Governor of the Vir
gin Islands. \\o is the third Jewish
Governor of the Islands. Several
senators of both parties -poke in
the nominee's behalf Sen. Hubert
H. Humphrey (MinnJ).), praised the
nominee and said the appointment
was particularly popular in the Is-
lands
The new Governor's family first
arrived :n the Virgin Islands from
Russia in 1870. and started a small
dry goods store. The new Governor
was born in Saint Thomas, one of
the Islands. 53 years ago and re-
ceived part of his education in
Brooklyn and at New York Uni-
versity.
The family controls a distillery
Murphy Seeks To Succeed Self
HAffffr ZUKtKNKK
Florida Bar Again
Names Zukernick
Harrj Zukernick has been re
i .t cted to the board oj governors of
Um Florida Bar. representing Dade
i .
Zukernick has served on 'he
b> ard for two s' 1I"- ls a P;l*'
president ol the Miami Beach Bar
- d has served as chairman
of thi '. I Pi 11 > l robate and
Trust Law Section ol the Flor
I
Hi has servi nl ol
le ol Miami Beach,
"' ...; i> nai B'rith Lodge.
presi lent 11 the
YM YWHA i i Miami Beach
resent I j hairman ot the
Sei [essional 1> i \ isi
of thi Miai ch Chamber ol
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Joe Murphy, running Tuesday
for reelection as Coral Gables City
Commissioner, asserted this week
that m> record shows that during
my two years is cits commissioner
1 have worked to promote, preserve
and protect the best interest- of
all the people ot Coral Gables "'
Murphy's platform includes "pro-
tection of traditional zoning stand-
ard-, budgetary planning for cap-
ital improvements without tax in-
crease, showdown with Metro on
Coral Gables traffic enforcement
problems, expanded recreational ta
cilities, and intelligent city plan-
ning."
Executive Off to Confab
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Cancer Group
Plans Addition
Leo Ackerman. president (if the
Cancer Institute at Miami, an-
nounced 'Wednesday the signing of
a contract with Steward-Skinner
Associates for architectural plans
to erect a laboratory and research
addition to the Institute.
Ackerman said that the addition
will cos; some S250.000 and en
able the Institute "to step up its
research facilities."
James M. Albert i< first vice
president and chairman of the
building committee. Members of
:he committee include Leonard A.
Wien, co-chairman, Mrs. Henrj
Gewitz, Dr. Leo Zuckerman, Dr.
DeWitt Daugherty. Dr. Bruce Hogg
and Merman Binder.
Bara: two dHinriitrrs. Mrs Pearl Olkes
lid Mrs. Marian Goldstein; four .-i--
t.-i s, aeven :?i aiid.-hihlr-:i and 1
gTandflilldren S'lvn-s were Mai SO
in t'nrdnn r*nneru>l II..m.-. with l.niial
ill Ml Sinai I 'e lli-l'l \
LEGAL NOTICE
MRS. RAE GARFIELD
66,...ol 14.'".', Dregwl ..a\, Miami
Etea. h. died Ma: 89. Hhe i am- hi re
Jl year* ami from Xf fork and was
a Illellll.. I ..I II.1.1., -ah ami Clt} til'
Hope Surviving ire hei husband
Ferdinand; a eon, Morton; a dauKhter,
Mrs /'-liia Barnes; linn btothera, two
slaters aii-i four grandehi dien Serv-
hi- won Mai ::n in l: verslde Me-
morial Chapel, WuSQltlgtOII IL-
LEGAL NOTICE
WiLiams Apte (right), co-chairman of the Florida Committee
(or Yeshiva University, presents Samuel C. Levenson with the
university's Honor Award at a testimonial recently at the Fon-
lainebleau hoteL The event was one of a series around the
icition in celebration of the university's 75th Academic Year.
Looking on (at left) is Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein, world-renowned
rabbin:cal leader, who delivered the principal address. Apte
iasone of 3ix honorary chairmen of the affair. i
loted Educators Address Yeshiva Fete;
lee Increasing Need for Science Studies
that although ;r was only three
years old. "the school has already
acquired a facility )f many dis-
tinguished ->; Mists in the fields of
missile research, dectroruc com-
puters, atomic fterg; an.! general
relativitj theory "
"The balance of world power."
Dr Gelbart declared "may well be
led bj 'ha- it ion whit h can
mus'er the gre number of
i reath e scien ids and < m
trol the greatest. MCiet) Ol -
title know
The noted mathematician added
that there is a "very great shortage
of scientists i" America Not only
must we evpanrt the areis of work
we are now doing, bit we must also
expand into new areas We must
find room to train a larger number
of brilliant young minds who will
be able to carry on this essential
work in later year- "
Among th oth#r notables prev
ent at the dinner were Charles
H. Silver, trust** of Yeshiva Uni-
versity and president of the beard
of education of Now York City;
Dr. Roman VisKniack, professor
of biology education at Yeshiva
University, who is currently en-
gaged in reasearch on a National
Science Foundation grant at the
Marine Laboratory of the Uni-
versity of Miami; Or. John Cor
tiss, head nf the department of
mathematics at the University of
Miami; and Dr. Arnold Austin, of
the University of Miami.
Initially launch.' i as a rabbinical
seminary, Yesniva University has
iolloued the trend of many older
American universities, which were
also organized as centers of theolog-
ical stud) Today, it embraces
Yeshiva University celebrated its
kih academic vear in the Greater
ami area with a dinner in honor
Samuel C. Levenson at the Fon-
Inebleau hotel Levenson was
uted ;i- one of the first national
under- ut Ye-'niva'l Albert Kn
in C M licine and be-
me thi fifth Floridian to receive
university's coveted bronze
|Ue lionor Awar: Former re-
i ..lie- r" i htman. Leo Rob-
in, aid Louis E Wolf-on.
Apte. one of *\x honorary cha'.r-
i ler, and co-chair
flur. with Jac'r. Cantor of the Flor-
<"ommith?e for Yeshiva Univer-
made the awjrl presentation
Levenson. State Attorney Rich-
I i-i rstein, who with Sam A.
ildstein headeJ the dinner com-
Ipttee, served is toastmaster of
(e evening. Sidney D. Ansin and
kck S Popick svere co-chairmen
[ the alfair. white Benjamin Rud-
ick and Josepb <\>hen were trea-
rer and -ecre;jry. A sponsoring
bmmirtee of 100 spearheaded the
'ibute tor Levenson
In an address before an audi-
ence of some 200 persons. Dr.
Joseph H. Lookstein, who hails
from a family in which for 13
generations there has been at
least one rabbi, said that "the
c'-struction nt six million Jews
under Hitler and the revitalixa-
tion and resurgence of world Ju-
daism with the dramatic birth of
the State of Israel" have done
much to spur Yeshiva's growth
during the past 20 years.
ter address, Dr. Abe Gel-
of \ ishiva University's
School of Science, said
Miami Pioneer
Passes at 68
I.azar Grossberg. 68, of 610 SW
9 ave.. died Mar. 25. He came
ere 35 years agoi
from Key West!
and maintained aj
home there inj
.iddition to one|
here.
He was a foun-
der of the Great
er Miami Jewishl
Federation. the|
Young Men's He
brew Assn.. a nd|
the Florida Com-
mercial Alliance.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
NOTIi'E is HEREHY UIVKN b} Hie
null r.-iminl Thai on Ta. iv. 'I.
ila> .if April, 1981, ai I i" P M ill
Palm Motor* .\ I. 150 Pain Ave-
nue, II Hit ill I- I..: id.I, H
in follow ii.: i .i: u ii! i.. : i aue-
i Kin foi chareen I '.* i-" i i ..\
lloberi I. Pelibodj 21T.4 s (V Mill '
Slle.'l
PALM MOTORS .v Ii KP.AUK
a :-ii
GffOSSBfRG
He was a pioneer meitvoer of
Beth David Synagogue and well-
known as a ladies' ready to wear
merchant.
After Ins retirement from the
garment industry, he was associ-
ated with Seitlin Insurance Co
Surviving arv !".< wife Anita
two son-, tu > brothers three sis-
ters and three grandchildren
Services were Mar 2" in Gordon
Funeral Home
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 61C 3362
l xutls MARI i: i w vi.:..
Plaint Iff,
V s
JOHN PAL'I. DeWALL,
1 'il.nilaiu
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO John Paul !> v\ ,
:;ih Plnehuret streer
Murtb Troy, New York
YOL AKK HBBKBY NOTIFIED to
nerve u cop> of your Anawer to the
Complaint for Dlvor..... i- -t -n
I'lainiiiTs attorneys, WellUeh, Ismcii-
i!-!> ami Zaij.-. nil I'ongresa Build-
inK. Miami :'.-, Florida, ^nd t*i til- the j
ortslnal thereof with the Clerk ot Hi"
ah..\.. eourt, "ii or before *tii da)
of May, 1981, otherwise a I !. Pro
t'onfeano will !> entered asa nsi you.
I Kited at Miami, lnl. Poul I I
ida, thi. Sth da> "f A;.i II
I: It LR VTHKR.VI \N
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Deput: i
4 7-14-21-SS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUITOF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 61 C 3520
PHYLLIS i:
IN WILSON,
Plaint n
CERTIFCATE Of
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY- THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO IV HUM THESE PR 184
si:.\ij. ll M.I. I'liMK, URB&TINHHi
Whereas MARVIN M URERN, MI-
AMI I'.i: Mil. PIjORIIM -si MNKR
II KHAh .MASTER, MIAMI KKACH,
KI.'Xlil'A. OLORI \ I.A Kn U1AMI
BEACH. 1-1 IRII \ .1 'i on the II
of November, \ If'HO
n ,.i|,i .,. i ,.i,l. r til' l>rov Ision* <
i 'haptei '". i loi i -. A i,-
K< u:N Ii'N.. i..... Ita
l>i in, iiial pi......i I- i- i -- il M IAMJ
BKAI II I '. I 'i: I'lll'STV <
Stale "i I'l.ii bla, and nhci
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Florida Si a I u ii
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Stale due:. rilfy to thi
solna .i ii-i lh.it he he
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plleil willi
i\ witness witi:i:i: I
hereunto wl ni hai I hat 8
affixi 'i the ii l Sea f the State
of KlnrMa, ai Tel' .i the
i |, h the THIRTIETH lay
,.f MARCH, A.n I .
(8enl) T >......i.ii'. "i Si ite
4/7/61
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHV UIVEN that
th-- undersigned, ilesli ng I *.~ ''^" ,T>
business under the 'i til n is an of
BATON AOENt'Y at HBO -- ^v '- St.,
Miami, rla., ntends to register lid
name with the Clerl ol
< '.mi t of I lade 'ount>. Fl< i
MY!.i:S S KA! N
NKAL I I>INN
AttOI in' for M> les > I'.a'
1111 Ainsle) l.l'l-
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I NOTICK IS HERI P> OIV'EN tl'jt
the underaiitned, ... .- Irln : I iks in
1,ii-i:h- n under the ficl Of
VltKN INTKRNATIIINAL
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,.,! b) four brothe Servii es
4 |n it i .i.-n!. Memorial Chs
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MRS. MOLLY WITTNEB
here f'lf :". yeari Survlvl' Is
ler, Mrs Ml Ian ttalpei n; t"
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:. ,.t lTs-; SW l" -' mother .: formei
State ii '"i ,;"' '"'" r Wil
I Singer died Mar M si" came here
21 years ta*o rom Cleveland, and wa-
, member of Beth Kl Sleterh.....I. Jev.
lsh Home for the Asd, and Ihe He-
brew Free l....n Society. l;. ides I
on, William, she i- survived hi her
I husband, Ooi Id tv. aoi -. Pete an I
To All Season's Greetings
FOWLERS
St'a Food X
Piultrv Market
"SHOP IN THE GABLES-
NO PARKING WORRIES'
267 MINORCA AVE.
Phone HI 6-1711
i'I I: i: VIM. WILSi >S
COMPLAINT FOR O'VOICE
Ri illKRI W N
, ii SVi & Pai
Kit- in..
BoN II-
Norfolk, \'i "i.i
Vou <' I..... tifled it Com-
Inl foi llvon has be. n I I. .1
axainsi s ou......1 you m re. in ed to
-. 1 \, a copj .1 lour Ans *ei plead
n 10 the 1 "omplaial on I he I
\".in... IRVING PESKOK l...|inre.
I...... N Kr...... Avenue, Ii in entead,
Kl.....la. and file th, ..iijiiiiI Answel
... Pleading In th* Office of the Clerk
il 1 he 1 11 cult Court on befo the
mIi da) ni May. 19W. otherwise thi
I'nmplaim iii be taken ns 1
!> you
LH>NK and ORIH-'REP at M iml,
1 >ade 1 .niniv. I'l..1 Ida lb r.th da > ol
April, IMI
i: B I.KATIILR.MAN
Clerk ..; the 1 in nil 1 1
(seal) Bj E M LANW aV
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FULL SPEED AHEAD
Pick Ml fNT mw ear ... T.ll ht it. Ut flea*"
the* at tnly 4Vi% tki ht fata yaall fi aar1iefa.
M while rea'ra ken arraii(Mt tfcat. way at lea* iaa tfca
ataar 21 rafalar aed special bank in afieas reaHT
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Member: Federol Depotit Intyancs Corpofollosi
BANK OF
DADE COUNTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 1C 3517
NKI.IA I', de MORALES,
Plaintiff,
MlillKI. \|. 1: A I. I s,
Defendo
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
It 1 Mlill Kl. Ml >RALES
I'a-. I
Ved ido
I lavana, 'aha
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFTEn to
nerve a cops <>!" youi A iswer t. the
l>\\ i
>.....n Plaintiff's ai toi nej l IERN -
STEIN .v MILLER. Congress Build-
ngr, Ml mi- 12, Florida, a il to I
riBinaI the.....1 th th. flerk of the
il.,.w I'ourt, an Li" befon th. 8th da?
,1 M tierwisi 1 Us Pro
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1 '..t.-ii at Ml mil, 1 lade .' intj Fl 1
da, tin- lith da
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GREETINGS .
MAVILYA'S HEALTH CENTER-HOTEL HEALTH SPA
Supervised food Preparation for ffeduci'ne A Physical Corrections
Heal'h Food Commissary DIRECTED BY EXPERTS
2642 Collins Ave., M.B.
JE 8-8988
ANNOUNCEMENT!
WE ARE NOW IN OUR NEW OFFICE BUILDING AT
4800 N.I. 2nd AVENUE
Miami 37, Florida
Phone PLaza 7-5551
A H3ppv Passover to our Cus'or--ers and Fnc
OSSIP INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
OSSIP-HARRIS INSURANCE, INC.
NOTICE 0r
WAREHOU5E!.'A\ SA'.i
\. .I'll 'K IS HKKKW 11
I by vim Chu
I Wan
when VCE-RI1 VAN S S .
a Hoi ida
w 1 11
1 hi follow na d. r b* 1 pi : '
Household I ;. Is As th* pi '' "V
of Mrs Ollie Smith idd 1 --
and ih < on th. 2*1 li ila ol April,
,i-i |ng ll leg il hours o sal.
beta ii u 1 ren n ind ......
afternoon, at 811* N W -'''' v >'<
Mluini, Florida, the undei sisne.l
offer foi mile in the hlahest bidder ir
ash in hand 1' above des ied
. erl>, as the prow rt> ..f Mrs 1
Smith. ,.|.Ir. link.....I I
1 >..t .1 M... 1 Fkr < ''h
,l.n ..: \,.. 11, IMI
M r h Van links, i>'-
I 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52327-C
1 \' RE: Estal
.111.11 s y.w Ii :KK1.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 "redlUM an A II I'ere H iv-
Ing Claims in I "en inds \ I 1 -'"'
Kstali
You a"- 1.....:, notified and 1 1 I
t,. present anj laims ind inds
i, i ii ion ma> hav< .n lit -' .....
Hi ol M 'l.ll ZW ICK i- '
late of 1 'a.1. Count} I- lot Ida, the
Count) JudRi ..( Dude 1' >ui '
... the
, -ounl I'ourthoiis. In 1 ..i--
Florida, within ihl pndai
from the date ..1 '. '"
. .. 1 same will
ii:u in 1: ZW ICK
Admin
\ins!.i:i: it Ki.KiM.
Attoi
. u Fla le -
Mian 1 25, Horida
I 1 t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDIC AL CIRCU T IN AND
FOR DADE COl NTY. F^ORiOA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C $*23
TERESE I1ERK
Plalnl Ifl
v -
VLBERT BERK
Defendam
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I-.. 'ai,ih:i:t BERK
, Monasti in
; ith sir. .t
Runntelde, Long Island, N-* York
Yi'l ARE HERKBT N( iTIUBH th U
; Hill ..1 Comnlalnl for Wvorce h.in
b.'en filed apjainel >'OU, wherein
TERESE iii:ilk. i- ih ptafntlff md
\ou are hereb) req I to serve a.
cony of >"iir :m*c 1 M to
.- ii.1 Hill of Co 11. I-. Int I "i
plnlntlfTs attrne>. HILTON *
FRIEI>MAN, 1111 Vip- ''
Miami Xt, Florida, and I le tl
answei "i pli adlng
. lei i> "i the Clrvuli
> 1 -..in thouse. Ml I Ida >n or
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