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The Jewish Floridian ( April 14, 1961 )

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(Jewish Floridian lume 34 Number 15 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday. April 14. 1961 Two Sections Price 20' DOUBTS THAT JUDGES CAN BE FAIR AS PROCEEDINGS GET UNDERWAY ervatius Questions Israel's Legal Capacity to Try Eichmann By ELIAHU SALPETER Chief JTA Correspondent in Israel By Direct Teletype Wlr • as soon js the indictment I • his client had been n ad The attorney first questioned the competent oi the three-man c< url asserting that its members i fei I prejudice against h.client *ince his ac'.ions might have caused harm to them or to thir family relations. He asked the ei un to examii e this claim thor oughly. asserting (hal it was sufficient That the defendant had a reasonable concern that the judj es lacked objectivity. The Cologne lawyer stressed that his argument wai r.ot directed agairst one ior'ae who had presided over another case in Which Eichmann had figured (a refererce to Judge Benjamin RELATED STORIES FOR YOUR BACKGROUND HIS NIXtD-PG. i-A; JEWS Ht WOULD MURDIR Aftl JUDGES U.S., BRITAIN RtfUSt RIPRtSENT AT ION S750 MILLION fORTUNE-PG. 7-A PAGt 9 -A PAGt 10 A WV Rejects Va. Stand On 'Nazi Party' Charter Malevi, and the Kastner libel case). He said he had examined the records of that case but tound no i'dications of prejudice. "But," he added, "my claim is against bench." all the judges on the I /-PR BfGS Off PAGt 7 A By Special Report tSHINGTONA letter bj the Si ite Corporation I lornsii n. defending the issuance of charter to the American Nazi arty and equating, in effect, the IZis with the B'nai B'rith. a re "n by an act of as; ressii n a I • him before th< our! illegally. He charged fui I the State ol Israel had ni right li 'i\ a man tor crimes comm tt< prior to thi establishment "t th tate .n d outside its territorial lira not. Dr. Servatius said, have Ihe financial means to bring witne es to Israel to testify in his behalf. Members of the ss -Hitler's Elite luard m which Eichmann was an officer —were afraid to come to Jerusalem to testify lor Eichmann, attor ley asserted. i cause 50 doing, ihey would |eopar Ize ;hi..' *'W i security. Servatius denounced whai ed i arshness ol the law ich Eichmann was brought to trial i i assailed Israel's ii bringing the defendant to Sieral of the West German states hi ISSI rted had requ %  -' I hal 'hi West German Federal blic demand Eichmann's extraEichmann, Or Servatius said, 'cam nt .-.'.i r for Ihe crimeof an entiri people or its leaders, Atoneits against persons who were not '•"• musi '"' made ''> • ,:; "' Gcr citizens of the state The attorney also complain) > that 'hi defendant was denied com plete rights nt defense He i i; The attorney concluded this Continued on Page C-A Morocco Civil Servants Opposed to Special Council In his letter to the Governor. JOSIPH BARR Gurion Warns Tranquility On Border May be Illusory CASABLANCA—(JTA)—A group of Jewish civil servants declared this week in a statement in the Arab press in Morocco that they did not recognize the Council of Moroccan Jewish Communities and that Ihey Barr charged that Catterall "missed planned to organize their own association in a fe w ks. i h..t our organization tound obTh" Jewish civil servants hat* 4>jectionable ignoring the issue previously fought the Council when 0l public policy implicit in incorM hold a national conference on porating a 'Nazi' party." Mar. 9 > discuss steps to improve Barr >a,d Catterall's statement "* situation ol the Jews ol Mothat "we could no more refuse to rocco ,h, '> PeaficaUy opposed .--..e a charter to people who call L!? 0 !!? !" .."^**?.?' !" C€ ?'T ihemselvi • Nazis than we could to ways l"r Israel to preserve thi peace, one being internal strengthrEL AVIV (JTA' Prime '•'•ur David Ben-Gunon, speaklh< Ills' national election e ning of the nation, and the other •I adersol his Mapai Party, expansion ol riendship with Asian id this week thai the present an( j African nations while not neglity on Israel's borders was | e cting "friends in the West." TJ," and he warned against • nc> about Israe ; roblems, The meeting was the first at 1 -"" n w hich eneral lines were laid down for the Mapai Parly's election ramTht meeting was one ol a series palgn Mr Ben-Gurion spoke again Ij gatherings at the start 1 sign which will end with t i-ral elections on Any. IS foi a I 1 i Gov! rnment to repla--< n a • 11 Romano, the official organ ol the Vatican, of an article suggesting that the Horn.in Emperor Titus probably fell 'n was justified m order. ll desi rucl ion ol the Secon I ervants declared that Temple in Jerusalem anil the dlson "i the Jews in 71 C E The 'f ared under the ilinv "Thi (ml} Mi an \.' on ti i h> 'I mis." w inch the refi rrtd to ob: cure!} on his deathbed. The Vaticai 01 -.ri -.'id the action in I ; was tin action In the year i and cited the statement i I i...: racitus, that Titus l repeal! ,ll\ said that "the Jew :sh people were so obviously struck b) divine punishment that :: would indeed have been an impious action to spare them from : net ion." ment, anti-tank missile carriages and other equipment which, he said, Israel planned to show during its parade in Jerusalem. He referred to Israel's Independence Day as "Hie Day of Aggression" and the day of "the establishment cf imperialist aggression in the Middle East." "• supplier of both the weapons "technical" was voiced LH-I ore the and showed an Israeli desire to and the instructors j Security Council when the 11 mem try to "intimidate" Jordan. Mr. ber body met to consider a JorRifai read off a list of heavy arm"' told the meeting at the Mann daman grievance against the pa aments, including a SO-ton BriAudiUriua that there were two rade plans fish tank, heavy American equipInviled to the Security Council table by the April president ol the body. T B. Subasmghe, of Ceylon. Continued on Page 7-A Osservatore Romano commented that Titus probably felt that he was being the executor of a Continued on Page 16 A I



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fridcry. April 14. 1931 *Jelst fieri for Page 3-A P*i & UJA Seeks $36 Million by Mid-June MKES ,>wly-elected ofiicers of Congreqation Yehudah Moshe tre ecrtea (from left) Robert Lipof, vice president; Rabbi She \; %  nmetz, spiritual leader; Henry Gilbert, presiderr. Sta: rom lefV are Lester Lev;ne, treasurer; Murry Silvershe::-. ctad >::y Ashman, vice presidents. ehudah Moshe ilects Gilbert M nry Gilbert ha< been elected -dint of tOngrv^Jtun Vehudah -he Gilbert, a lite insurance analyst, i life and qualifying member of Million Dollar Round Table. i tial Assn. of Life L nderwnHe i? married and has two lldren. ilbert is also affiliated with the ionic Order. Surf side Lodge He member of the board of ijover• and trustees for 'he State of |ael Bonds, and area chairman insurance chairman of the mbinitl Jewish Appeal !ilbert is an associate alumnus Brandeis University. Rabbi Rackovsky to Talk Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. will meet Monday >.% >.a ini .it Beth El Congregation Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. spiritual leader of Beth Tfilah Congregat >n will be principal speaker. Agency Director to Talk Weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge A 3'nai B'nth will be held on Tuesday noon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Chairman is Gtnhon S Miller Guest speaker Mill be Marshall Wise, director of the Cuban Refugee Emergency Center, and his subject is "Operation of Center MILDEW CONTROL MILDEW PROOFING With Permochem or Got Treatment Only TRIM \I.F\ Services Girt?* Von not BLE PROTECTION Don't Let — • Mildew • Mold Fungi • Bugs Walls Drapes Rugs Furnishings While your HOME IS CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER REGULAR INSPECTIONS While You Are Away The Cost is t.ess Than Von Think FREE ESTIMATES-NO OBLIGATION JE 1-3444 FR 7-1411 TRULY NOLEN By Special Reporr NEW V )RK—A speci il effort • n cash fundsj){ imd-June^gAMj ;es now being made I : the Unite I Jew -h Appeal was voi isl w< he L'JA'a ml campaigi net which met in executive -• %  ion at the Savoy-Hilton hotel Joseph Meyerhoff, ot Baltimore, UJA general chairman., said the action was taken "because our ur%  x e n t humanitarian programs throughout the world can go I r ward only if maximum cash p ceeds be realized ever, while t'JA campaigns are in progress in everj immunity to raise our national goal of J72.74 1,00 % %  the ei I the year Meyerhoff announced that Cabinet member I. D. Fink, of Minneapolis, would serve as national chairman of rhe UJA's cash drive, which will begin Apr. 21 and run for approximately 10 weeks. Meyerhoff said the target date :"or the cash irive will coincide with the annual midyear L'JA leadership conference to be held in Israel on June 13 and 14. as part of the celebration ot Israel's 13th anniversary of independence — the young democracy's "Bar • Mitzvah Year' The delegates will turn over a major portion of the realized cash to the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, the philanthropic vvr^anization responsible for immigrant aid programs. "It is most urgent thatall UJA communities meet their quotas on time." Meyerhoff declared. "Maximum usuable funds are needed by the Jewish Agency to speed help to 130.000 new immigrant farmers who face a tough struggle to achieve economic independence. "At the same time, the Agency must press its housing program I >r some 40.0(H) newcomers -mil dwelling in ma'abaroth — immigrant shantytowns It must also move ahead with programs that a r e vita! to the progress >l Immigrant youth and for the welfare of thousands ol aged, ill and handicapped newcom. 1 : "Tht immigrant welfare programs move ah. • Israel %  %  lives -' %  • meaninj ils our enl 1 > -y SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURES OF RUBBER STAMPS CORPORATION SEALS and SUPPLIES CHARLIE MERZ, Owner NOW LOCATED AT 613 N.E. Isl Ave. FR 4-1034 Complete and Dependable Title Service tm 0*rMou*o MOV*XB B e -. ni van nM •> IrVet t -" i a '. SAM LEVITEN, Agent loc*l it long Distance Moving i Storage y Full or ?i • lati Free Eifimifet FR 9-7654 IMIhe hom? >.Twant, or o' refinancing your present home. iX&J^ 19W RATE* £ LOW COSTS • LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS e PROMPT SERVICE Stop by to see a Horn* Loan Consultant at afty of Dade Federal's 5 convenient offices. There's no obligation! Dade Federal Savings ANO I O N tlltCUllOH Ol M I M • 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU Main Office Flogler al Firil Allapattah Branch 1400 N.W. 36ih Si. North M.am. Branch I Tomiom. Branch Ed.son Cenl.r Branch 12370 N.W. 7lh Ave. | 1901 S.W lib Si | 5800 N.W 7th Ave OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 165 MILLION DOLLARS



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?rge 4-A +Jei§tneridF*ir Friday. April M. 1961 "eJewish Floridlan CFFICE and PLANT 12C N T .E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 "{Teletype Communicatoa :.!:ami TWX MM 395 I RID K. SHOCKET Editor and Publisher LEO MTNDLIN Executive Ed-tor ISRAEL BUREAU -Telephone 4-2861 212 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel AY V. BINDKR C .-.-fklv. Mtmbtr of the Jewish T!gr^D%  < Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, World* %  Servic. Nat-anal Editori I hi A.1 Enjl.jhJcw sh Newspapers. ana Ihfl Florida Pral -••' Tin s %  during the week ... as i see it by jJO MIHJUUL-. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Loc.il Area One YejIS.OO T'.-eVaari I Out of Town Unor Rrr. % % %  •. Volume 34 Nurr.be: 15 Friday, April 14. 1961 23 Nisan 5' TO THE HEROES OF THE WARSAW GHETTO way of life. Why is a Gov. Almond underling so careful in his defense of George Lincoln Rockwell's rights? THE POTENTIAL FOR RIDICULE The John Birch movement has been on the American scene for some two years. The ideology for which it stands is far older. It is right for the nation to keep an eye on its leaders and on the programs it espouses. But Attorney General Robert Kennedy sounded a classical note last week in his reference to the Birch movement during a press conference in Washington. Mr. Kennedy urged the revival of ridicule as an effective political weapon. Part of this, perhaps, was suggested by the Birchers themselves, one of whose leader's is guoted as having placed former Pres.deit Eisenhower among the vanguard of the Communist conspiracy. What, indeed, can be more ridiculous? All of which recalls the iate Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy Rep.-Wisc.i who. in the beginnino of his final daze, questioned the loyalty of Albert Einstein, and who threatened' to subpoena Dr. Einstein for an appearance before h:s : full committee. This brought one of the and hearty laughs as a reaction to tr.e McCarl steamroller a laugh that tended to relax the atmosphere surrounding the Senate: s distorted dedication, and to show him uo for w] -as. Attorney General Kennedy suggested ilar laughter as a reaction to the Birchers. Perhaps indeed ii would be a moredote to Geotae Lincoln Rockwell onstrations and riots against him in W ten ana elsewhere last vear. Ridicule can't be the answer alw iy neither can leqal action against ev< c k pot who appears on the %  •political' horizon, and who seeks uch action as an initial ra of his prest: je and purpose. On Locking the Barn Door rUn?, eW u fTOm ISr ? e l i ndlca,es *ai President Ben-Zvi has invited Gen. Eisenhower to v StlZTn^ The f rmer Presiden, of *• United States has graciously accepted. He 11 come he said, on his next tour of the M.ddle Em : This is about as non-commital as he wes while in-and-out of the White House. Never theless. it is devou.lv to be hoped that M Eisenhower may finally aet a viewnf lSLi painted for him by others eTen\iTr^? doesn't matter anymore. U rec: — JHE EICHMANN cash* and trial started out wj,k a big barw m mj life ^. wa> sometime ,„. ^ when a radio personality 0 sort> told his low !Q \ m that a man is ;; :: proves guilty an .' t could hard :>_ ; --•> — — from fW* "te*ff*th. j 1^ %  % % % %  %  % %  mmmtmm thes <" days — COTi unspeakable ma Eichmano from his quiet SUburl B ten >s Aires I thought the r.. \ lew of things to be a b The nexi 1 knee some fascinatii • %  e ti pted to considei m as an aspect 1 t to I ier. there %  that he sought to • litj Against this v. • % %  *'• %  : v N effectivel] : arm, himsa I t his compile. ;> in the .\ million Jews will Lm jump with laughter in:.> %  11". can % % %  •• n I j • 1 il than the man wi *-'' ri "•* '•'•• • Perhaps il is .-: | %  •the :.:-: question of a 1 u decid %  •" '' -•''• answer' And anyway, whose opix>: 1; w is it op| to play host to rabbis? Arvi h< %  •' %  :•: %  • rtunisti< l 1 appear on the radio man show rhese questions suggest fascinating possibilitiea as reph. TJ L man 'on with respect to dropping his audience ol pots. anti-Semites, nervous patriotand enenwed censervativ. more lucrative panoply of imaginative, provocative, and socia Jew-; the rabbinic need for exposure I am now ready to 1 .t Of the Eichmann case •:• %  • : THf TALMUDIC HAl9%PUniUi fXCUStD pOR THE TRUTH of the matter 1that there are far more fastc ones A deai p .the continuing argument over the :• the trial procedure. Here Jews particularly, abound Some long them, do an excellent job of characterising Isra. nal criminal Eichmann, by contrast achieve : n line with the intellectual %  in-Jeuishneasandthe Younser InteUi v nentan that Judaism mentahsm Heaven forbi I, what can be less indicative of in: sm than Iir here musi • sentimental about "the" law • k Jew better assert h,ol \J' in the matter of the St Vl : '••• The trouble here, of course, lies ii 1 hould have, humamtj and not 1 1 N • '-'rant some of nn ( Eichmann, implorwg them • cribe the -mell of the c %  •• %  ifter all, Jews, even :• '" like the tender-aged wist n %  Younger [ntellectuals." find hands <*H' %  replete with Tal :• excused, there— the amorphous humai I n trial a 1 he i..-: instance I I : tism ol such a to. v What couni televised, and published tl 1 tones cameras, and newspapei p THt CHAD CADYA' Of IT ALL I S ICK: '• the' pur," Ujpini ll %  ein poim little ned Ubidinal drives l ited legal rights d ol then 1 %  .-., %  { c 0 rrect the viee b) 1 h n th. vraei ,n Jewish Cosgi K *' r vs. II • HM tnd „ ,„.; ,,,, v 1 and Lei %  ^ niments 1 rrentlj crcul .,,. \, m ni ,„, „., ,. '" "naeraog n some of the anti-trial feelu lentally. isitrankanu-SemiUsm: I li E chmann the unclerdog-a man hunt) ew for alleged crimes committed waj bi 8 with the Elmo Bergen noe '",,, ,, -how-: in who started out tr


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Friday. April 14. 1961 -Jmisi fhridtot, Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITORBible Clear on Murderer's Punishment ert Frost (center). America's "poet laureate," makes it a roint to visit the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center at Kiryat Hadassah during his recent stay in Israel. Here • iost is shown with Dr. Ernst Nebenzahl, chairman ol the Hcassafa Medical Organization's advisory board (left), and Dr. : k Karpas. deputy director-qeneral of the Hadassah Mediccl ;anization. The Medical Center will be opened on Jur.e 6. B'nai B'rith Federation of Florida Slates Weekend Convention in St. Petersburg er anniversary convention of Kh Hurwiti, Sam Jaffe, Al Kri.s Florida state Federation of lt r M w Palmer, Col. Sidney H. B'rith Lodges will be held raInur Martin p arn es, Marvin weekend al the Colonial Inn sPetersburg Beach The State "rlman. Sam Mhindlcr. Abe deration is made up of 24 lodges Slern and flyman Stern, repre -ntHonda, and represents some m Sholem Lodge. mi in hers. EDITOR. Tho Jewish Floridian: Judges, and studervts of international law raise numerous questions on the legality of the Kithmann trial. Who shall judge him?: The Bible in the Book of Numbers, provides the answer The redeemer of the blood of the victim has the priority of judgment. Who shall redeem the blood of the six million Jews if not •ho people of Israel? Israel was not a State during the crimes: His crime was again.-t humanity and not against a State. Furthermore, the Talmud Sanhed rin B8a quotes a precedent that it a dime of murder was committed prior to the Temple, and the mm, mal was judged when the Temple was built, his judgment is legal. The reason is that while execution of punishment is not fcasihlc. the crime and the punishment do not cease to exist Genocide: Mass murder has its preceder.: in the Book of Jeremiah, I telling about Nebu/radan the mass slaughterer. Mass murderers do rot need previous warning of the severity of their crimebecause by the second murder they have lost their innocence. The capture of Eichmann: Kichmann sinned against humanity, and Argentina is also included among the people against whom Eichmann sinned, and therefore he could not have been legally or morally protected by the Argentine l government The Bible again provides the rule in th<> Hook of Exodus "that lrom my altar you shall remove the murderer and put him ;to death" The capture of a criminal according to the Bible is al, ways legal. What shall be his punishment?: ; If he shall be found guilty by law. he shall meet with the regular punisbment provided by the authorities of the sovereign State of Israel. He shall not be judged by a religio is court because religious courts i not function in matters of crime What is the purpose ot the trial?: We can see in this trial the coming of the Messiah. The Prophet Isaiah said: "Zion shall be redeemed bj judgment" "Ami there shall come the day when the redei m< rs of Israel shall ascend upon the mountain of Zion and shall judge the mountain of Esau, and the Kingdom shall return to the Lord." The Eichmann trial will climax the independence of Israel, since it conies on the 13th anniversary < %  : the State ot Israel, which is the Hebrew year ot Bar Mit/vah. the age of religious maturity. I see in this trial a new beginning, not only for the world but also for the State ol Israel, that from now on its maturity will be based on religion i faith With the Eichmann •.:.. redemption may come to peoi i .... generations who have shed in cent blood After the prone.r. ment of guilt and acceptance punishment, the human race v be able to proclaim universal b thcrhcH.,1. Let us call the I m 0 nr. trial a cleansing of the • %  • ;.: humanity. RABBI TIBOR H. ST t -. Miami Beach Golden Ring Club Plans Celebration Miami Bt ach Golden Rinf C i v. ill celebrate the Bar Mitzvi I Israel on Monday, al the K h i at l p.m., in cooperatu: StaU ol Israel Bonds. Haskel La/ere. W< -. n director ol the Israel B • '. Orgi niza ion. will speak en Israel's accomplishments. L. y Blue will entertain on the ... ion with Israeli songs, The committee include s \ Goldberg, chairman, and S ; Simon. Jacob Goldsmith, Rose kow, David Kass and Max > r; enburg. \t the convention's opening ses on Saturday evening, after a ie by St. Petersburg Beach ir Grover Criswell, delegates nests will hear a talk by key ti speaker Burnett Roth, of Mi It. ach Both, a noted attorney listrict commissioner of B'nai : th's Anti-Defamation League, is authority on religion in i %  i' ; ublic schools. Newly elected officers of the • %  cst lcd 9 e will be installed. Incalling officer for the Louis A. CcSeo Lcdje officers will be S.irvuel Nieberg, of Miami, presi of the State Federation. Heading the slate to be installed I Mi ten Ja>anotf as president. et '< %  i mei tni_s Sui i< j Mon up Gu -•at the %  n % % %  II i"' Louis : i. iidenl -i District ... and Julius Fi.sht r -i > r tary. •'ie convention will installation banquet on Mount \i w \ elected state ofii be installed David c.or"i st Petersburg, president iicel v:(l t.ike office as president i atured spi aker at the banquet "< %  world-renowned columnist Drew Pearson. In charge of re%  rvations is Prank KleinfeM, 533 •in st. N st Petarsburg. al delegates attending the Convention will be Harry Bulkin. >.>m Kru-dman. Harry Goodman, JWV Rejects Va. Stand on Charter Continued from Page 1-A '•rail, who apparently does not appreciate what the term public policy' means." The Jewish War Veterans behave Nazism to be a "foreign, subversive ideology" which waged 'ggressive warfare against America and which was adjudged criminal by subsequent interna"onal legal tribunals and U.S. Military Courts. Recognition of Nazism as "legal," according to &f be Veterans, is "tantamount to desecrating the graves of those Virginians who died fighiir.g Na*ism." r had noted in his earlier mmunication to the Governor that the Nazi movement in Virginia is bated in Arlington near the 1 S. National Cemetery where lie I 'iried many American soldiers *ho died to crush Nazism. "He Gave His Life For New Hopes Of Human Liberty ?? Francis Salvador. English gentleman, was the first Jew in the new world to hold an elective office, and the first to die on the battlefield in the cause of American independence. Salvador had come to Charleston. Sout h Carolina, in 1773 to develop and farm large land hoi.lings U longing to his uncle. His talent for leadership in the cause of American freedom and independence was soon felt. In 177-1 he was elected t<> the first South Carolina Provincial Congress, and when the Republic of South Carolina was created, Francis Salvador was appointed a commissioner to help set up courts, a currency system, and state election districts. Though not a lawyer, he also helped draft the first state constitution. When the Tories and their hired Indian allies began to harass the freedom-seeking colonists, burning their fields and destroying their homes. Salvador took up his musket and led a force against them. On the night of July 31, 1776. near his plantation at Coronaca Creek, he was ambushed, scalped, and killed. He was but thirty years old when he died. But his memory lives on. The state of South Carolina has erected a memorial tablet on which are inscribed these moving words —an epitaph of which any patriot could be proud: "Born ati aristocrat, he became a democrat; an EngHihman, h* east his lot with America; true to his ancient faith, he gave his life for new ho/m oj human liberty and understanding." First with the Finest Cigarettes throuQh Loniiard research



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Poge S-A *j€ist rkridisr Fridcry April U, >Sfcl I eveiopments in West Germany s growina Jewish community and the reestabkshment of B'na: B'rith in that country were c.scussed here recently by Mayo: Willy Brandt of West Berlin (right) and B'r.ai B'rith president Label A. Katz durinc Brandt's visit to the U.S. A B'nci B'rith lodqe was chartered in Franktun last month. Algeria Reports Terrorism Against Jewish Community JTA— By D rfct Teletype ilERS Several acts <>; antiJewish terrorism wore reported --.:> from varn [Algeria At thi farm time French •it-med officially rumors • %  schoi i teacher un< %  arri st for p ssession of a bemb. had beei i death. hi Oraa a Jewish po i man I ger Bittoun. was attacked by an • d terrorist wl i telj jammed Bittoun fought off '" i gunman w ho, how i r n > ape. At the seme time, a bomb was ".--own into a store owned by Brother Jew in Oran, Maurice *-t.ni. It was the second time that this store has been damaged by bombing. In the small town of Rivet, south of Algiers, two Jewish workmen were among several persons injured when a hand grenade was lobbed into a restaurant. The denial concerning the aldeath of the Jewish school her was announced in all part r> and on the radio Tuesday The man is M. Ghnassia who, a< %  np to the widelj circulated eg* been tortured ath while in prison announct men! >ta:cd Ihasi ad others arr< -'< with him "are all in normal ih." • 1 SAVING: A SATISFYING EXPERIENCE / -ece; ;_-^c. tells -s ~ci : rccc e CCT e e'e kick out c ; %t-'-z money, We re. l'ee it. Wc ne them every day c>s they save for a -e"c —e or car : ca trip, fctheir chl ceor granejeh c-e-. '•'• e Imow they're enjoying it end -e enjoy helping Ihetn c: it. The '.---e.a'sc savs tecp e like io save ar e c'ace that's va'-n and friendly. We already knew that Our grcA-H to over 70 T.illion dc'lart in less than a decade has ccme *CCL' because people like tc do bus : ne.s with us. Why? We think it's because w consider people our most important asset. Why don't you drop into any of our con. venient offices, open a savings account, talk about a mortgage, perhaps just talk. WASHINGTON (t) FEDERAL •.. • SaVIACS t" 10N *StO(U"CN C MIAMI it ACM '.'I'. %  '• %  ...%  • ..All Otl.ce* : jCtit'Mn t *U JACK D GOiDOK AI'HUt M COutS*ON : — Court Upholds Bonn Nix on Legal F* ,\KITA Th< %  :.;: At Court west Germa : Dr Rol i rl S< r • f Nazi A i %  • Dr Servatius against th< legal sectioi I .'.!%  Ger i foreigt otf ic< Eich !. t West ~. bee i A en : l • %  Dr. & the court cost s Dr. Servatius received a corrmitment from the Government of Israel to pay a fee of S20.000 to him. He said later that if the West German Government accepted his claim, he would return the Israeli payments. The Evangelical Press Service published .. report that the Fedi ernment had refused to pa> i >r Eichmann's defense "to show all the world that this man by his crimes has excluded himself 1; the community of the German people." The church publication also in dicated a belief that official help was denied to avoid "the least impression that K.chmann is regard ed in the Federal Republic as fellow citizen, even of the most degenerate sort The German Press Agency mean while distributed an interview gn en to its ci rre^pondent by Isra< Prime Minister David Ben Cur lescribing Nazi Germany as :h< principal defendant in the Eichmar.n trial. Declaring that the Eichmann trial must not spoil relations h tween Israel ar.d West Germany, Mr Ben Gurion said "We n beware if all racial theories. We all v. : : ,.::. tor our actions i ..' t must not • -.• • ( c rum i I the fathers upon the childre He added :h.;t Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and West Berlin Mayor Willj Brandt have nothing in common with the leaden of the Third h Th >cts an.1 vails %  ... M • Jws were homes ol ;; ,| lei r* ,rr"rr>l.ite^Tf > the*t'attlo. %  "* Answerite, Inc. 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Friday. April 14. 1931 • Jen i St Fkrijiifon Page 7-A till m d\ JWV Leader Begs Off from Civil War Meet t By Special Report WASHINGTON—A veterans leader who is a member of the Vi\ >rj Council of the tf.S Civil War Centennial Commission hamade known he will not attend the forthcoming ceremonies at Charles B.C.. commemorating the firing on Fart Sumter, because f racial discr minati m lea !. j : I is >p i F B irr national executive director of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., the nation's oldest veterans • :• gantifttiaap In a letter to Gen. U.S. Grant, III., chairman of the Centennial Commission, Barr c:ted "the failure to give equal treatment to all Americans" participating in the forthcoming celebration a reference to discrimination affect'~g a New Jersey delegate 3? the Negro race. Barr told Gen. Grant that a reason he would n>t attend w ^r* that "I do n it believe it -hould be n the duty of the Federal Got ment to provide places of accorm lation •. persons of any minority, of any race, creed, or color, any%  •• in the Uniti I St ites 1 participating in an affair >l I a kin i Albert Pallot (center), chairman of the citv beautification tommittee, read3 2 message from Mayor Robert King High proaiming Apr. 5 aArbor Day, which marked the start of the ke M.ami Beautiful Contest scheduled to run through luly 4. Members of the committee are (left to right) Mrs. Helen Alpert, ^rs. Lizabeth MarteU. Mrs. E. Arthur Evans, Pallot, Donald ler and Vincent rerrara. Mrs. Evans is contest chairman. [Eichmann Reported to Know 'ite of $750 Million Treasure PARIS— (JT A—Adolf Eichmann may be the sole living man who \*< the location 1' $750,000,000 in cash and treasures hidden by the regime after thing the Jewish victims, the French newspap-er r:> I'r* .-e" report 'i lie week. Declaring that .: received ita information from Israeli sources the rspaper stated 1944, Kichmann. with the help of other Nazi pened bank iccounta in Switzerland. One account. No 2279. i lly opened 1" the National Bank ot Berne Another acco I 154 was re por tedly b 'he Swiss Banking Union. There waa aileg I .1 third secret account The first two <* %  in 'he name of Hans Eichlemarn, a pi*udor\ym Eichmann, whi^e rS* third account was said to be in th rw-n o* \*m Leers, formeNasi expert on anti Jewish persecutions, who is a "Jewish expa.-r" in Cairo, employed by the United Arab SMJOThe three cash BCCOWIltt reportedly aggregate S1.2S0.0OO in Swiss tncs. Accord ng to Par.; Presse. Eichmann. entrusted in 1944 with the ot hiding various Jewish treasures, also took charge of many VJ'.U t* buried in a forest near the Austrian village of Maria Erueldorf. Be trea>ures were reportedly buried by Russian prisoners of a: |manded by a hi^h Nazi, who ordered the Russians killed to hide the.r Later, it is all tged, Eichmann had those treasure* reburied. and |U now supposedly the only man alive who knows where they ire These valuables, the Paris Presae said. mcluJed a large ran-)m tn to the Nazis by the Rothschild family in payment f->r the lives • Miie members >f the Rothschild family Now. the paper added, would like to recover at least some of the mone> and valuables •I fron Jewish ctims by the Nazi regime, and hopes to achieve eovi > by con\ -.4 E.chmann. Israel Rejects Jordan's UN Complaint of April Parade Continued from Paga 1-A inLourie, Israel's icting per'.ent rtpresenta'.v t > the I'mkNations, rephei to the JorIman charges. The parade. Mr. )ir:e a&sored the Council, "will >ve under the watchful eyes of 1 ted Nations observers and, no ^ubt. of numerous foreign cor • 1 indents and visitors All this luipnun having passed briefly review, is to be removed in a fatter ot hours.." He stressed that 1 equipment will be without amon and that, because Jeru>.i Mi 1ti close to the international in ati in line, no aircraft will f !'.iH in the para le rtr. Rifai's Insistence that the 1 m Israel Mixe I Armistice nmissii n had alrea ly, >n Mar mned" r :t* pa. the Isra isked the • '1 whether 13 I true ainani ne in%  : i de • H listed four separate occa^s 'n the last 15 months when paraded military ma>'*'>\ in the Old City o JtrusaITI be with no comp'a nt by Israel cause it was certain these Jor* n, n Parades violated the armJtlfea ag/eement on* technicalfad is •• laid Km issador "thai this 1 in >t the Government, as it well knows, is without t h e slightest foundation. Israel's borders with Jordan have In the past four years been calmer and less troubled ".han at any time previously Mr. Lourie called attention to the fact that there were other, mare serious violations of t h e 1949 armistice; agreement for which Jordan was' clearly responsible. He recalled that Jordan still does; not allow Israel free acceei to its Holy Places in Jordanian territory and chokes off resumption of normal functioning "of the cultural and humanitarian Institution of Mount Scopus He suggested that the Council should refer the complain: back for recons.deration by j the Mix.'. I Armistice Commission.! Valerian A. Zonn. permanent representative ol the Soviet Uni then addressed the Council, telhi the bod) thai the MAC decision has already bl <'ii maile against la and that ":her< has beer, a breach of the armistice agreement thermore, he Insisted, Israel's delegate had not denied the viola nor promised that his Government would desist from stagir-i the military parade. He called upon the Council to j support Jordan's "elementary" request for support of the MAC to help prevent the Government Of Israel "from any a'-tenr late the armistice agreement the decision of the MAC." An Important Announcement TO PERSONS OVER 62 AND THOSE CONCERNED WITH THEIR WELL-BEING! 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Fc~e 8 A AM ist fkriJsJr Friday. April U, 1961 IsraeiJvdges' Objectivity Questioned v i ih mann should b ,,,.. S :te Attorney Richard Gerstein .center 1 and Sam A. Goldstein : jht receive expression of appreciation from Sam Levenscr. Jc; their chairmanship ol the dinner in Levenson's honor here H :eatly by shaiing the plaque with them. JVS Seeks Work For Disabled Continued Trom Page I A line o! aroum'i bv remnding the court that the West German Federal Reoublic had accepted respons bility" for the actions of Naii Germany sr.d was paying reparations. He claimed that weld op'.nicn had ju-ced Eichmann t 0 o has'ily, ard asserted thjt Eichmann was ce--tair.ly r;t a top-lovt-l war cr,m thr nberg He %  J i '•--• <" • ,• .••• %  •• br'e's '. he Had r,"id. • e • • %  -I ;>-..\ e to I ui ler pres? t \alut V i hidin-: tor 13 years I. Ruskm. presi %  ish Vocational Service, a" i %  „ %  I Wedn< -(lay that the i e< "ly held it> first staff con> %  n< %  with eight handica i considered t'r admissi *• the project i esigni I to d< e the feasibility of returning c r disabled work) rs back to j. • fu! employment. j ram, spons r< part mt from the Fe leral 'tailed 'in M;ir I i itinue for three years Of the eight interviewed, four vcre accepted for a work evaluate and training program at the < vish Vocational Service work•>cp, two for immediate seleci e placement in the regular job rrfrket, and two considered as r-c* ready for employment of any k -d at this time. JVS projeet staff, headed )r Michael Goodman, exetu i %  director of the agency, in D maid s Block, JVS ^rk shop director; Arthur S.i-and George Park, vocational counse Harrj Kissner, >rk>hop ireman; Dr Norman Borken. >ultant; I>r C Le Phil;;research i and Mrs Liihai, Berns. .-< per. \\ illiam T' mes is liaison re• • tive of the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and I. rves :n the same ca| i la State En Sen ice All applicants I ..' %  into the program ar<' screened through the project staff The JVS program in Miami i> the first of its kind in U and the results will be utilizi leveloping similar projects throughout the nation. •anly. ar.i especially I : ... %  r The attorney i I by ai his intei tioi .i> hi^ first '•' itnesse operation •[iccr ind t t of the El A hi> cot tenti been kidnaped. Then n> >aul. m ul I be imp >rl i I i minii I court's Attorney General Gideon Hausner, chief of the prosecution, an swered the German attor-e, point bv point. He cpe~ed his reply with a brief reference to the decision of MM United Natisns Security Council not to request Israel to return Eichmarn to Argentina, thus implying that Israel had the right to put the prisoner on trial. cable • I : "t' the 1 i v i it in i ..'.%  i.-.lli itto Bin.... .... •.,, j, e--e expects VOJ fa be reu • • i -he charge of the the A*. G -rr ?> • %  > d ththree "0r> He contrary/ he a it any .ja.-e cc-'d re•ra< In r?^ar to vjch an : %  > d be disYeu a'? hJwever, expi :ted to corduct thi fairest trial jr: tc uv'ge according to the '. .-ence prestnttd to yev." •• i %  %  \ < 1H • red • HI |l %  %  [>ra j l pay for I %  %  ; • %  • Servat ius Minister ol Jus%  — •-r n ise it was in i .• i'. ir-i • ; • • Sen at ius 1 tried to ex %  about the Hi said .'• I Jew idge tryin the my ol %  .pe >p e On ry, he I ; the exist) Fewish State to trj Eichmann should be :.the *ai arguable i Attorney Genera! Hiusn,,.^ took exception tj t^e del*!* claim it was hanc.capped because it could not br.-q witneisn to the court. If DServjtiui really had Germar wttnessti with relevant testimony, y., Hausner declared, be was pr. pared to implement lh i9| j, sistarce agreemen' .-. Es-n so that these witnesses co d cs before a Get man i 3ertrny to testify and to be o ;ibearrnv e^ by an Israel rstprese tativt. D; Set' iti %  I a-.' oi tin • incrimtnati • The Attornt •. n and i to dispose as to th :used ii.inn into the court TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN Won't Upset The Stomach Arm in I not only I %  -,"'. fetter relief front | but : !>• %  tmftr. V* I as ., !-, mi I hP" b I cf! i. Yd ee. Anacin la tike a loctor't pi* ; • >n. !"hi ia, A•! %  not juut > roml medically proven, active ii Scientific research ha itnglr drug cn give IU •uch afe relief a Anacin i*oltt THE MAN WITH THE MOUSTACHE No. Shore Will Install Finegold An Israel Bar Mitzvah celebration and installation of Kzra Fine gold as president for another term of the North Shore District. Zionist Organization of America, will be included at a special meeting Tuesday evening in Temple Ner Tarn id Auditorium Rabbi Eugene LabovitZ. of Temple Ner Tamid. will be installing officer, and Rabbi David Shapiro of Temple Sinai in Hollywood, will be guest speaker. Cantor Samuel Gomberg haprepared a special musical program The newly-elected oficers will be honored at a social hour following the program He challenged a statement by Or Servatius that the attornej had asked West Germany to a~k i r Eichmann's extradition No extra dition request had been received by th<' Israel Government, he declared. "At thi> moment." he told the court, "no one but the State of Israel wishes to try Eichmann it I.N not the Jewish people who will try Eichmann here, but many who are not here, including millions <" %  neutral.-, will sit in judgment upon him." The Attorney General counter! the defense claim that the might be influenced unfairly b) tremendous interest in the case bj declaring that the fact th< being held in the lull glare of world publicity was the strongest g tee of the fairness <-f the trial He noted that this was the II > > • > % % V K Ki: LECT MAYOR DAN DIEFENBACH iixpvrivnvvd — llt'st Ifualiiird To Retain Decency and Dignity in the Mayor's Office PILL LLVLII IV For Transportation to the Polls rail Wl S-7n3—Wl 7-3291 DAX'S or Mi MAX i II • i I • i i i < i i %  11 •I


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Friday. April 14. 1961 ^Stnist IFk rid/fain Page 9-A Jews He Would Murder, Judge Him JER1 SALEM JTA -1 Hifirsl public!) spol i d out the morni n. Hi lo I session of the trial ol Adolf since he was broug srael las) like a i %  • • %  Eichmann here i sti uted a sci le Ma> was a "jawohl." made in repl> erdashi mmy in his i of tl mpact. tol formal question froi J Mice ling suit. H tures ten I when thi \re you Adolf. son ol -f"'"' %  hal i I IU inever to be faced single mortal. Kai inn?" The reply was was rea .. cha hn inn witl into Hel n it as the rutting h stoi > osl quesl I of the hosts for the Isn Mitzva! • er to take on May 17 at the Fo-itaineblecu hotel under the auspices Greater Miami Israel Bond committee d role %  r event. From left are lack Katzman, Leo Eii ... Sidi isin, and Dr. M:iton Lubair. Greater Miami Pushes Plans for Bar Mitzvah Year Independence Celebration \ i reater '•' prep in to %  : Jewi. • th< B • /vah of the S ite ol Isi ti I on '•'• e lne*da> May 17. i\ %  %  ntaine i i hotel, dinner M.I.I. i \ Revitz ani an ini it i in the for inner i Civ.I Servants Oppose Special Jewish Council Ccntinutd from Psgs 1-A sed to their own to c tunterblanee tin 1 | whu-h \h--\ contended did In ol Moroccan JeWT) and • er "hat the principleof Revitz % %  sen i will be m. through the meml ers ol thi < >1 hosl h will ii". .i!. %  up tabli foi I le dinner Nat hosts wi! included w.\ tl I irmal in so thai in\ itees w il to spei ify tl M al w hose table they wish ti The Israel BK Mitxvah dinner, which is as well the opening of the Greater Miami Israel Bo^d dirner of the year, nas -een designated as the occasion for inauguration of SamuH Friedland as Greater Miami Israel Bond chairman. RcviU pointed out thai the host ..committee will represent a cross1 section of leaders and devoted committee workers of Miami Among those ir.\ ited to sen • we: sa\ ;i : rime. gain t the I I tj at th %  i • e Court Jus : Benja H the Jeni Yitzhak i %  • i German I ut for the %  i rtifici tes I ilestini %  viosl ind Vitzhaks lone to S • %  caus In the glass enclosed, bulletproof box sal tha .hin-lipped defendant, a rnan without a country, spurned by his own people, his defense paid by his accusers. There was ro trace in his manner of the Naxi "Herrenvo'k" arrogance or power as he siood listening to the readinci of the bill of indictment by Justice Landau. He occasionally would wet his lips rr swallow sightly. At the mention of the various Nazi mure*er c^mos, his I'ps contracted slightly. When the indictment recalled that the Nan muider machinery was particularly active on Sa'urdays and Jewish holidays, a slight twitcn vos observer 1 in his cheeks. man for him He r< affirmative when he was i T hr was beiirg represe ;;. Di Rob 11 Sen atius his chiel i : Dieter Wcchtei bruch, coui rhi the | p.ey i Gide Ha • •I '• n was : 'i isr %  e %  ". >tl erimi l the e ai A ir crimes under IS int.Eacl il % %  is transG rman as il was read i • During Dr. Servatius' arguments aqair.st the competence of the court and en various subtleties of international law, Eichmann apparently feigned attention. He either stared into nowhere or looked slightly to the left as if ti avoid the eyes of Deputy Attorney General Yaacov Baror, the bearded skull-capped, Frankfurt-born scion of the Breuer family, founders of the Agudat terrup e with a request to im ive I the counsel' > Germai 1 brew Bet re I pi i of I Street, a r, the Bell convert I, w atel and windows Hit %  I kiss streets i l to mai At nearby Ratisbonne Hall, thecourt p'oceedings were televised. Admission was free en a firs*come, first served basis. Sixtffive oersors wer in line when the doors'opered at 7:30 in fh# morning and all of the 670 seats were cccjpied by 8:45 a.m. The audience was bushed and attentive even during the reading of the lengthy indictment. Spectators who talked were immediately shushed by their neighbors. Israel. '.'.any of the world press and Whether Eichmann was brooding other media correspondents apparhe riddle of Jewish existence ent i y chanaed their minds after or the fate ol his "final solution." hearing si n They which took the lives ol one out ol had expressed themselves before every' three Jews then living, may lne ses sion .ul IUS a never be known. But one thing was venue an( j pU rpos< of the trial, certain: wherever he turned |n the Many openly expressed se I improvised hall of his judgment, he thoughts at thi noon recess ..nd it ,.,,.. ,-_, ,--.. ..... b-i-hi saw signs ,f ,h "' soverei n Jewish appeared to be taken for grant! I ., ,:';' State, ranging from the gilded ;th at the trial was historical!) I £5 He leaned Menorah hanglng directly bch,nd objectively appropriate. Thiap SS lo kingu2 ^;J;r iiiU ,H ,ll! Ul the -" e parently Blso appeared ''" audienc • of corresponden Irom all over the world .ind diplomats from man> higaze on the court bench. He -tood *::h all Others when the I. ai mav prevail over those I ;. atism." They argued that congress would bring together [j and Ifoslema not only from l M M: 1.1 but also from abroad. M !'II— v .: %  • in<> %  %  %  in. I Vni In, R W \ .-. I. i-i : %  > %  \i III, M*> %  i \ Kaxkln Ma> Hauei Ti 1 B< man, M-niMi. n*nf< %  %  !. '<' % %  u I Hlnilei Sam Blank, t.a l Rwir, Jack v i 'anii II Jai k Cm I %  • %  > i !•* > 'hui i-nw>k! IT Rill "ohb. .1'— --ii fi 11.<11 Cohud i \i %  '' • • %  %  i ul-. Irvli i: f*j pen, I I I I '' Mai I '• \ peal to Morocco's perma,. i. j... covrnv, the Initcd' \nhui i on the shoulders Of the view taken by previously skeptical two Israeli police guards who flank[graelis. ed him in the box. to the words but keeping indictme nt. which rolled out „.. f .., I In the tongue of the Hebrew WUIS6 WlSC Chapter prophet.-. Louise Wise chapter. American Except when he donned or reJewish Congress, helc a "getjudges walked into the chamber and from that time on he remained standing looking stiffly at the judges only. moved his earphones. Eichmann retogether" luncheon and card party mained almost motionless throughFriday noon at the National hotel. i t n presentative at I, ,. i •..i n Sun Unrfman, I• Bl natrtn, I. Kll l)r El Medhi ben Aoouo. ,.„ „ u, .,. |,, \-, ; ,, c,i. i %  .-.. kf. II. %  '• HI !•'• !!•'..' \ i' I |<\pri-.ng the hopes Of the Cana Id .HI Jewish communits that Mo i v .11 treat iiJewi ith lairli -.tent this week by Sam i Bi nfman, pre-ident of the |< anai an Jewish Congress. Poi ng out in hiletter that late King Mohammed V I himsell in favor ot • atmenl fur Moroccan Bronfman asked t h e ations representative to mi i >to his country's Hassan 11. %  i M i \ i-'. x. Mnrrl I \ %  "" > rlI man, MH urli •' '• Kui m n i lalbut, S..i I i > i. (turn .'-.-•'. \t..i tin < %  • N.-t Hi II > .ri'. n. in s • San ; ': %  %  i' i Ii Hal VIH.I Ma i'ii': I.. MH. .i %  ; • ni in in %  ilail-wn [Jcssel Due Back For Cedars Drive < %  %  %  Jeuel, making Cedars ol ILebai Hospital one ol hiforei -• pi tanlhugies, will return to Mian i '<) be must of honor at a \\e-t\ • -.'. Country Club dinner to 1 hi J in behalt of the hospital on MH n. Horn i.iry chairman Samuel Luby, x ;.; d co-chairmen Morns Loma-kin and Dr. Max Pepper, in a Join) .!r.ouncement this week said t ul Jc&sel will make his .second appearance for the hospital "because i f bis determination that Cedar i Lebanon be completed." SK I ;..i Caul i Allan '; i irtgi Hal Urei nli Vlt-vi bi rg, u.i\ ': %  • nw ikl ^ i | (.a
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    Page 13-A. rlenist fM&T Friday. April 14. 1981 U.S., Britain Refuse Seats at Eichmann Opener ...... -•._, -.1 .r, exempt from a rule that all turejnd murder pnjram ,K R USALEMlJ TA-me^, a wa 1 tedandcar-,:. MM -^^ ^ of Adolf Eichmann opened In lerusnleni this week .od .as a djourned for the 24-hour official obs • I V N* Memorial Daj victim, of the Nazi holocaust for which the former accused interviews, "Eichmann and Israel," shown over the Columbia Broij•astinj Systtm television tie although taped separately __ : made him appear on the same plat ire and murder P~^" m '/^form with Dr. Elmer Be-get rial coverage extended to raAmerican council for Ju • JY .,,,(j television, Including jn mus. undergo pen iry on the CM Iappeared -.he trial w luld '' I letWOTk A West Carman analyst wrote Neither Britain nor the United States accepted invitations sent by the Israel Government U> most countries to send observers to he trial staged in the Jewish Community Center, the Bet Haam III Jerusalem Bntian indicate no desire to participate fh M ;i> explained this did n A objtfcte I • i Israel's i %  < %  ia t ihc trial Th United State* said it did not wish to take seats in the courtroom which were in short supplyEichmann was taken on Apr. 5 to his special cell in Bet Hiam from the fortress near Haifa, where he had been held iblCO he was brought to Israel : as? May. The Be: H iam was ,bte fortress I r U\ • trial in a detailed plan to ?--• ">" a %  empt on Eicl '•"• %  Glan1 searchlights floo > nd unna the nigh: h juards • arrying • -'-" %  .led ihe co i Md ire in which Eichmann ilir • .,. •;.,. Only the thre • | i Iges hearing the trial and liplomats Ben-Gurion Warns Tranquility On Border May be Illusory prosecuti in witnesses :l> *•' start until the ,: t -' e second week >f the hearings I as considered poss il the %  .-. s tion. headed by Attorney General Gideon Hausner. migM t to three m i ths I i P r ep h was firmly buried m Germany's past history While recognhing Dr. Berg*.% right To express hf Vpirrtonv 0-. Goldmann said: "It is, however, also my privilege to refuse to appear with Dr. Berger on a pre gram concerning the State 3 : rael. At the time of the raping I had inquired about the I • :participants, but the name of D-. Berger was not mentioned to ma. It is to be regretted that C 3; found it impocssible to meet -• subsequent request that rry pert be eliminated from the prog'jDr Joachim Print, pres I the American Jewish Con zr -%  Iso taped a portion %  iram. said he would nohave suited to appear if he ha I thai a representative of thi Amer can Council for Judaism would appear on the same proContinued from Page 1-4 on what he termed the nee: for regional elections to aver, the larger to democracy of t o a many splinter parties. The council of the Mapam Party also met this week and hear! Its general secretary. Meir Vn: speak on the ouster by Mr. BenGurion of Pinhas Lavon as Histadrut secretary general aan milcation of "danger to Israel's lemocracy He charged me ouster of Mr. Lavon was "only a foreword to the ousting of Mapam an<* Achdut AvodWh from the coalition." Me expressed regret that Aehdut Avodah had turned down Mipirn's proposal for a unified list for the election. M "" JIld Ull no thing :a do with the ?reon other Israelis, whose names he „ did not disclose, in addition to Zvi ^. Zohar chief pilot of the El Al ItThe T.mes ..f London wondered rael plane which brought Eichmann what effect the trial would have The deliberationol the Herut t0 Isrte |, and Yaacov Shimony. on the Jewish people and or. ,.n> co„v,„, M .„n men E, A, ch,e. ,. operauon, rjjLJJ. Tlmj. •** Jg B 4 shock likely to be produced by the gruesome disclosures expected at •he trial leader Menahem Beuin proposing that the chairman of the party be elected for one term only, that is, from one national cinference to another to encourage Introduction of -new blood into party leader%  hip Aryeh Altmann. a Herut Knesset member, created something ll a sensation when he told the convention that he did nol :h:nk his party could attain leadership of he nation and suggest* I 'hathe A tremendous interest in Adolf Eichmann trial w a I played this week throughout the world in press, radio and television. A majority of American newspapers earned pre-trial article Eichmann and the Nazi mass torDr. Sahum Goldmann. president of the World Z mist Drganixation. meanwhile issue 1 a statement expressing rearthat the telecast (poknsiAA. ROOFING CO. t.-r.ofi.e a Up4r% All Type ••* — V— 1 • ASI FOB FHEE ESTIMATES ON ROOFING Phone FR 3-6244 4/per to be Speaker Wiliam Alper, member ii the executive committee l the Florida Anti Defamation League, will disparty should join Mapai n demandcuss "Anti-Semitism in :he current Scene" for Friendship Club of the North County YMHA. 14036 NE Y/hHebrook Named President Charles H Whitebrook. vice pres idem of Bishopric Green Fielden has been named president of the Advertising Club of Greater Miami for 1961-62. He served as president in 1*5960. and last month \\anamed 'Advertising Personality of the Year" regional elections The Herut convention also heard a demand for the suspension if all foreign currency restrictions | Addressing a session devoted to domestic economic and political i-sue> Knesset Deputy Binyamin Avniel also called for national et forts to improve production and packaging to put Israeli industry OB a competitive level with other countries on world markets. 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    Frfdcy, April 14. 1961 +JmlstFkrkffan leafM-A 'Hebrew Univ. Sabbath' to be Marked; Noted Solar Energy Expert Due Here inning session recently held by leaders ci the Israel Ear litzvah committee lor the celebration Scturdcy eveninc, %  '.. r. 22, at the Deauville hotel, honoring the 13th anniversary the State ol Israel. Seated (left to r.ar.i are Louis Rudnick, 1 %  !:?. A. Arthur Pekelner. Al Oss:p. S:cnd.r,c cie Dr. Simon X ler.sky and Manuel Burstein. Zionist Council Plans Observance v fur l.i> t •• BOing, April 22. al Pativille hotel, will he the em >fa county-wide celebration noting the 13th anniversary oi Stat of Israel, presented under i Vices f Greater Miami State >f Israel, represented by i Consul Ifosne Leshem, will celebrant. A kosher -upper • served, and there wil] be i. until midnight. man is Mrs .. S M Inick. 700 NE 29 ter chairmen rcprcsentine consti%  Zionist Council organizations, I as a oopei ating organizaii Greater Miami, include: B B G Stl .::. Mri l.< > %  % %  i %  Sid lej Pozen, Mrs. Doni :; M • Herman Mintzer, l Cahn, Mamie! Bur Mrs Jubus Roaenatein, Mrs %  t Schwai :. %  MM s Sha Mrs So] hii H m-ard, Herman W< i and J seph Mechlow Judge Friedman to 5peok Judg< Milter A Friedman will ibi Fl< rida Stau Fed< ra tion ii B'nai I r:th convention in St, Petersburg this weekend He will a Ida • M M •-.> r. ( l the convention. Judge rrieomar. has just returned from Baltimore, Md.. where hi also addressed a Maryland Stan I t .. ratil n t 1 B'r.a; B'rith rrt::r.f. Rabbi Feldman Will Officiate Raht L ;• Iman, r. ted educat %  >. %  -.. lar, wil i at all Friday c vi services ol Miami Hebri M Congrcg; tion from Apr ;A through 27. Rabl formerly ol New V( rk, n< ;.. nninj t, in pi i mar. nt res-idi this area w ill ..:-. lecture ai I stud) gi on Bible a i Judai m Tucsdaj < %  < ng Apr. if Friday evening g< rvicei on Apr -: • "... :: • re\> Conj • ni\ rs "• ol •' • i; i tjenc< %  %  %  :. nd of *pr. 2f 29 .is' Hebrew I i sitj Sal: ath" was an %  this week bj :. M y< ran ivitz reatei M •. %  ... vho also is the ofl represi ativi meri< ihi lebrev rs • ; %  %  %  rk this srael's %  "' %  • %  II • • 'From the time that Lord Balfour participated in the historic opening ceremonies in April, 1925, until todav, Hebrew University has DaraMeled its remarkable physical growth with devel opment in educational stature," Rabbi Abramowiti asserted. M st of thi n .. more than synagogues temples will de. a;l or part oi their sermon peri< ds %  %  Hebrew University, A 0.000 campaign to complete the construction and equipment of IM K cai : us is underway throughut the Cnited States llij:hlif;h: ol the late April celebration will he the visit to Miami of one of Israel's leading scientists. Dr Harry Zvi Tabor. Since 1954. Dr. Tabor has been director of the israei Government's solar energy research program, and also director of Hebrew University's -olar energy research. He will deliver a major address to the National Academy of Science r, Washington on Apr 26. present a paper ..: t.-.t University of Wis<1 laj and tl • n .'.> t( to an Dr. Tabor also is director of the National Physical Laboratory of Israel, which is housed in the Hebrew University. 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    Page 12-A +Je*isi>ncridto£L Friday, A P iU 14, 196l Beth Sholom Religious School Dedication Sunday Slates Principal Katz as Speaker Miami Beach High School Principal lrwin Katz. who at one time \*a< a teacner in lemple Beth SI10loin's rdigioui school, will he speaker at the cornerstone ceremonies of the Temple's new religious school on Sunday, 10:30 a.m., in cording to an announcment by Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg. president of Beth sholom. The new school ;i 5 recent 1> completed, excepl for the laying of the cornerstone, which has just arrived from Israel. The new two itory school pro\ K!C> 15 classrooms in ."in area ft 11.260 -er vices. Tiie Oneg Shabbat will be in their honor. Saturday morning services will be followed by a luncheon and an inquiry into the subject. 'Can a Jew Become President"' Judy Reinhard and Philip Genet, as rabbi and cantor, will eon duct Sunday morning teen-age services followed by a parent-teenagers breakfast and a discussion on 'Teen-Age Threshold to Adult hood." Rebecca Reiter and Richard Idels are in charge of the weekend, which will be concluded with a -win' party at the home of Ronny Mack in Coral Gable* United Synagogue Youth is a national organization under the ipontorship ot 'I.. I m ed Synagogue of America ol Hie Jewish Theologi ,.,' gem ';. ry in \< York R bet ta Daum ipresident ol the Beth David '"ut Two contests will take place Sunday at the Bureau of Jewish £du cation at 10:00 a.m. The events include regional finals of the National Bible Contest and awards to winners of the Bu reaus annual art essay contest, cosponsored this year with Bonds for Israel. Regional Bible contest will bring together contestants from Georgia. South Carolina and Florida. Representatives from Florida Include .le-sica Rae Hurwitz. of the Hebrew High School, Carole Joy Goldberg, of Temple Judca. and Mi chael-Ann Russell, of Temple Israel. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff and Herbert Berger will act at jcdo.es in the Bible contest, with Louis Schwartiman, executive director of the Bureau and regional Bible contest director, presenting the questions. In the annual essaj and art contest, announcement will be made ot winners, the winning entries will be read, and winning art objects displayed First priies will be Israel Bonds, presented bj the Ira.l Bend office here Judges m Theme of this year s contest is The Thirteenth AnniversaT) ot the State of Israel" and the "Centennial of the Birth ot Dr Theodore Herzl The contes 1 and award meeting are open to the public Meyer A Baskin. Bureau r~< sident side. pre. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE •renter Miami's le-oeit & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hekrew t Sense, Schools. rVhefesofe t, Retail ISftAfM GIFTS AND NOVflTlfS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 IPALMER I MI MORI US "Miami's Only Jewish Monument guilders" Eiclesive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES FAMILY MEMORIAL To l'v in Hj.t W leave 6>b>nil ll 0 live. forever _• -. ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1JS7 Wathmgton Ave. JE '7722 ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR SYNAGOGUES* JEWISH HOMES| We Carry Bar Mitzvah Records Scheduled Unveiling-, SUNDAY, APll H, 196t NZWMZN FUNERAL HOME • 333 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH JEfferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman fuoerol Direc'o* lakeside Memerioi Park Cemetery JACOB CAFHAN, 2 p.m. Mf. Nebo Cemetery EMMA SILVERSTE1N, 2 p %  ". %  Rubbi S % %  I PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CD 3279 S.W. S-h SHI 4-0921 Ph -:, HI I GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS Your MEMORIAL CONSULTANTS "Servfnf, the Jeuih Cemmuniiv Exclusn rl> \ \ STUDIO and OFFICE 4 S.W. It* Street HI 42157 ^t^M^., cisions require time Sureli it i* only C""J sense u> devote a* rnu.h attention lo selectingn latink bunal r-tjt.jyou would tn making youc *%ill. ^et so often one tends lo poMpone thu important .O0O. guarantee* .he permanent beaut> and rare ol Mount Nebo. ion never pa\ lor maintenance ta\e and laeeaments > annol be le ied \nd Mount Nebo il SS yrrrnrh lotel> o %  nrrajlMr > wrMeatoo/isAed it has already been the rhorea >•! neat MHO lewish lanuheo. HV h) not e. ure lull details? MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY SFFILIATE OF THIRMOSD WONIMfKT CO. personalized service of the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 74-hour temci except rosh hosfiono and yom fcippur Mount Nebo Cemetery 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, M, a m,, Flo. do Pletut snsd me. mlntotti obligation, full tn/orastv lion oa l-wut) Burial £-(u;.> .1 Mount Mebo. Name Address Cit% Zone State Mmt 6SOS Northwest 3rd Str.ei r-h.ne MOhawh !•/•



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    riday, April 14. 1961 +Jmisti fhridHcin Page 13-A TALES Of MORALS • rest | I pit '' '•: i I II .hie ,,i,ii" • remitigta without \habitanti 111 %  %  ;••: • ben %  .'.:' caused his %  I n ith d • ,••• %  .. lie | ii ij •• %  I In j • I lll'l / : • : Sn QL 9?ca/m OfJHt icivni s .%/* 5 ICIfS X,/ c %  %  %  ( ate • • %  I %  %  %  i I you • %  • %  • RAI hty can .. T'.c II c rew C_em creation ix-r-px 1 ? ini^y rip 1 ? >t? ,Tri nn.T-p ii] T-2 nisa^an pi a 1 ? ^X :. inn jnw wto^ "wi i T-: r : T % %  T nmaa n^Din !T9"|9] "2D 1 ? • !" T T-: T : bnsn rm 'wntr pn TOJ TTI• • I" I r::n3 npoy? ,nnias %  T : T v hrxi DTinn rniocn Lrrtfx-n mix ^y nx-^n T T PS ins is .in: D3 crn trxftrift cip^ mr:-hrsx is .nm&n nvts 1 ? '.•If T • ; • : ,r : rn-nn*jr to? Kan 1 ? *•-; ~n nsj) ? nrnVn nrs i'T 70 BT3 rxirijn (am L it. r-a pinion nap ,DTirr r-s-i7 iVjfpK pi ,o^#r r-:i rs ^oon-mor: Torah Urges Us Toward Fulfillment of Better Life By RABBI SHELDON STEINMETZ Congregation Yehudah Moshe We have been confronted for sometime with the problem of our educational system. Educators and ii' 1 edu< ators alike maintain thai ve are trailii %  -. iel I ni some < xtenl this is true Everyone that imething :v with our ed Wi • in the causes ol • 1 We ; but we knoi ere we ar niIt is 1 5ci ence or anj pai thai %  .... : cause ial. no pi rposi of education cerne with 1 own sake, I ul rather for th< ial ad' %  ancemi n ahead -if the Soviet I n h te Ii i tualism has '"' n re] i mphasis of the material i ity ol the spirit by the enhancement of the physical. i!i re is when we have failed The Jewhave resisted innumerable attempt.at annihilation bei ause of tin' Torah an.I with it, the Jewish philosophy of education. The rorah is a c de of living, a philosophy for education. This is what has kept alive the tatfisn Identity and has prevented the disintegration of Judaism Judaism is distinctive for ittheory of education. We have a Hebrew word for knowledge that cannot be translated—Torah. By Torah, Jewish tradition does not mean the acquisition of information or the cultivation of the skills ol the body and mind, or even the scholarlyexploration of worldly wisdom All these are desirable and necessaryonly m-ofar as they expand the soul, stimulate the moral sensitivity of man. and are channeled in the direction of the promotion of human welfare. The promotion of the soul, human betterment, on the spiritual level is the essence. Universal literacy is not moral intelligence. Popular education today teaches young people how to make a living, but it largely ignores teaching them how to live and what to live for. Jud.11.sm is not merely an idealistic apuroach to the problems of living. It is rather a very real answer for living. It goes beyond idealistic ends. It Is a religion of behavior as well as of beliefs. It translates the Torah into life. The Torah does not concern itself with making better businessmen, nor with making life physically easier, but rather does it concern itself with making better human beings, It 1this fulfillment of a better life for all that the Torah teaches. It is this lesson that mankind must learn from Judaism. The soul of a nation must be healthy if that nation is to survive. s e r v 1 c e 3 es Itfhi ;• iim inn Saturda) I T %  .. ill tlicr V %  ave. Liberal! Raobi Leon Kronish Cantor Davia Ccn\.iser. • — TEMPLE BNAi SHOLOV. 'SSOO \W 22nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence • TEMPLE EMAMU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. %  A Pol %  li.i \lr/' I • i. 1-, V| • | Ml • • Itltl Ber\' le> BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. i • T rvaVto n*na ma wain?) M.VSMriOJV I"ut it was not only the I-rael n which assumed new form; thi !l tea also changed their ap1'i'centiy a new series banknotes entered circulation. phi [oyernor of the Bank of IsH appointed a public committee Pich encased in preparitm the pv notes and which made recompndation that their outward aplarance should give expression t" p Past of the Jewish people and By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX What is the traditional Jewish view regarding "prisons?" It is interesting to note that the la ni the Bible ha I no punishment which deprived an individual of his libertj While there is mention of Egyptian, Philistine and Assyrian prisons Gem sis 39, 20 40: Judges 16 21; Jeremiah 52:11 no n 11 tion iever made of .i Jewish prison. In the Pentateuch imprisonin) ni i%  ;ed onlj as a tem| means i: holding a violator until p issed II.IA iti< us -•* 12, Numb rs 15:34 Later Biblic i i ks make men tion of imprisoi 11 .i.< :; of punishing one who fell into the disfavoi oi the ruling power. In [•almudic literature prison is only nentii ned as a means of detaining one v. it) "i .i capital offense bin could nobe legally convicted, or one who trans [ressed the same crime, for winch stripes arc required, more than twice; and present day state of Israel at one and td • ime time. One side of the no.e~ i!!• to arehaeolouiical motifs, the other side to the development ol the country. Thus y, u can find on the bank notes a i picture of a Nahal > initials of Pioneer Fighting Youth) girl soldier [carrying a basket of oral ea tombs of the Sanhedrin in Jerusa i'.em, and the figure of a scientist j with the Dea Sea scrolls can also j be seen on the banknotes as well (Edited by Brit Ivrit Olamit) t — '•• —-' %  '" ~--* This page is prepared in coOperatii n with the SpiritudI Leaders of the Creaur Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rahhi David Hcrson ( rdinator CONTRIBUTORS Rahhi David Herson • Moral Rah'r-; 5 mon Schiff • .; Wisdom TEMPLE lSH~L,. 137 ii F. 19th st. Reform. RabbJoseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Krid.iv SMS | Prrmoi Will We BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. OrrVMroj the Bible With M inthodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky • • BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th TEMPLE JUDt... J20 Palermo ava. ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max LipLiberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor %  ehits. Cantor Ben-Zion KirschenHerman Gottlieb baum. Frl a] "'• Sermon "Thi hrldaj 1:15 p.ni Baturdas 8:45 a.m JJiann Trlul levengeni Jui Bar M •/. .Id. fon .! Mi and Baturda> 10^D a.m. Mami Mjuvh: JoaMM u In Jan, %  •.. ol eph, aon of Mr. and Mra. William Well. Ml and Mr.. Charl|_Altacliuler. TEMPLE MENO R"AH. 620 75th rt. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Conservat.ve. Raob. Mayer AbramWa.hmgton ave. Orthodox. Rabb, ow'taCantor Edward Klein. Abraham Strassfeld. FYidaj • IS ]• m Satui IJ I • "i Ser. mon: "The Portion or the Luw." Bar CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. MJIZ\.III Ui\id aon o( Mr, and Mra, 8755 SW 16th st.. Miami. Rabbi Sam,-, u i Bogner; Seymour. on of Ml and uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. \ Ir> j„ |, |;,,,n Howard, Bon of M la) *:30 p.m. Sermon "BlBhop and Mrs Joseph Sml a's Peak A Climb Toward L'nder• standing Satunlaj • %  m Bur MltaTEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th it. an* Michael, Bon ol Mr and Mm. Tatum Waterway. Modern TradiVlvin Lrvenaon. tional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Can• tor Samuel Gombera. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREKi il:o Sermol "Adolf I CATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con,„,,„, Who Is Gu Slsti I servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor ;J,, ,, ,„!.. r* will be Emanuel Mandel. • I • m Sermon: <:80 ;i in Sermon: "Our Hx Weekl; I'ori MiUioi h Martyr* Paturdaj 9 • Sermon: AJewa We rount." TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 ,h Edward, -ii of Ml and NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno V| rs c lb, .-. h iltl M. Wallach. — • Pi I la) S p.m s• %  0 imFLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi (Hhi Sal llda) 11 im Conservative. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Bar Mltsval Rolierl il Ml and ; | p •! %  Satu lay S a.m \i: 11 • .%  < HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. B1 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Leo Heim. HeMbrajn. Friday '"'" • — Love I :• • II iSRAKLITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th Sntui ter. Conservativj R.IDOI Moiton iSiven t'n M Malavsky. Cantor Loull Cohen. • T-YI.I.I v • Sermon TEMPLE ZAMORM. 44 Zamora ••. %  %  • Conservative Rabbi B. Leon H i.rwitz. %  \nor of Friday •' • i | s irday Yi ung ">•••by 1 i Sal •-• !'mimiinni'iiirimimimmiisn miiiwaiii IIPI IPW—H temporary Imprisonment pending trial. ii-. -•' who seek to point out the lofty nanitai ian ideals of Jew ish traditii point to the minor roh ol prisoi n ish life of old a in lie i ton that human libertj either Ivi elj or collectively, was if su 'i i n at value to society thai prisons were not used unless aba i lutely necessary under the excep tional circumstances mentioned above. • • Why is the Sephardic pronunciation of Hebrew so different than the Ashkenazic? The reason for this is not abso lutely clear. Some claim that the Sephardic pronunciation 1the original one while the Ashkenazic pronunciation developed later under the influ i nce of West European environment. Others believe that the differen In pronunci.ition sterna from th< wo different cultures thai devi' %  Itaneousl] fro m Palestii -nd Babylonia. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthorox. R.iDbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Seif. i' Ida) %  S.i'ui -i % %  P • %  •• i Ii and Mrs L TEMPLE ZION. 5"20 SW 17th St. Conservalive R.ibbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor J.icou Goldfirb. i • 'i : Malurii l MIAMI HEBREW'CONGREGATION. %  \. HO' BW 12th ave. Traditional. i %  %  — • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orti-jdox Rabbi Phineat Weoerman kill tl • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. R.i in Zwitman Cantor Albert Glantz. • • '.' ; SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th I st. Conservative Rabbi Maurice Kl "'\ VEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 WDixi, 0 | Ml hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon r S,e,n Tt Cantor Men,, Ber..^ TTMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320 Vid lo I NE 17ist St. Ralbi Jonah Caplan. M H honor i' Mlt! of aon H TEMP-E -50 N. Kendall j Saturda) a.m dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabb< Herbert —•— Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. vOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st at ii) 8.13 pm H >' Ifou I irtnofsx. Raobi 8^e.*vm staubet. ,;, ice Yi • s',:ANDLEUGHim nm Mil/. M..i i I M: and Ml ll.iwanl III li %  TEMPLE BETH Fl OF HOLLY WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Sarmie' affa. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly| wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. R.ihbi Samuel Lrrer. "An 1 i s.i:n i.t Mi ndeltin rEMPLt 3E" H .-HOLOM. 4144 Chan 28 Nisan — 6:29 p.m. If



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    P^ce 14-A +J*miitfkr;tfjr Friday ". •-::! mm** With ***: HILARY WISLXiS Fascinating Chronicle of a Social Transformation THE R.SE 530 p> OF DAV'D ItS MS* 2Ah~ • *> <1 i; — Ci-i" • w ITM ITS EVE parents 'A Tl I %  %  Befwee* You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR AJCong. Debate on TV Poor Service to Jewry • %  •HE AMERICAN JEWISH %  hadone i poor -by ii %  NBC detati Cafhedk etarcli <:<-rr.ar.d for Federal Corvgrm -. %  let rf bate IOU The i-su* vita tbi and the Proteatai i the tber in a nation-wide icaaWvi the appearar Jewish irganizatioe •*ithouthe partic:pa repreai live m the debate shows verj • Igmem It ( of 1 false hi press* • thai i '-•' : demand for Federal for | I' : thus Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN ExNazi Due Here A GERMAN General who -ught freedom for Xi r.a!will arrive here won J4 thi committee I the "> irth Atlantic %  • %  ai '• Jodl i In : • Timports. G singer adhered to a tO : tar\ cnmina ^ult of "•' plea Uni neeti free far be! >n pleti >n if ••-nier Charles W Th Iyer, a I' S i offn ial in I. 'M ok, "Th' German I Heusmger ai I othi Gen tfeusingei brou rei pressure n John j HcCley, then i S High Commissioner to mutt sentences of such notorious NatU as S.S G ral otto ohlendorf Gen Ohlendorl extermination ..quad murdered** tern Europe He was found to I en mall) :--u.-.i the orders Mr McCloy, referrii i lorl u I his cohorts, ->ai! The enormity of the crimes f>r which the>e men were directly reapoi was luca os t<> plate clemency out of reason." Mr Thaycr revealed that, on the eve of McClO) • final judgment, Gen Heesiager was among those warring American authorities that if the prisoners at Landsberg were hanged. Germany as an armed ally jgaint the East Bras an illusion G**n Heusinger own rxxik Jiefehl im Widerstrer." defends the •honor" and "dignity" of the German army that served under Hitler The Jewish War Veteran-, >l the ISA. has noted a tendency to sweep the era of nazism under the carpet of history ." -asi Urt was U i mi Catho • :-;• ., .-%  unencau ..... mto i itressinj reUg ::. fact tha •(include pared) hu Federa > vai motivat nt of the i -ates Star? from edy. it is altogl *:se an the pan f the A oan J--.-n greei to ndulge in a Catholie-Jewisn televis n :/ %  abes no representative %  >'. the Proteetant en was there to state the Proteetan: new! anJ bj h.s ux -ate any possible impression that this • ..c Jewish i-uc Ir.c lent ally, many >f the Jew? *t\ • watched the te • letate — inc l n dm g lewis* permantles srho ll f the American lewis* --were tar from happy over the "emotional" tone Bead by Le i Pfeffer •sentative of the fcmencan Jew.s"! Congress in pre -• irguments His ittii compteterj tradictoT) to 'he ctarm'.rr tone •: ~ CtthohC mpooeW MeCluskej edu lor of i the American Jen ..• %  : :• t j r> later I iassociate tseil : • roposaU made by Mi .... ra : %  %  I j %  id a nice ht | %  introapcs I %  I %  lish ts a -peciai fa^ f Ai Jewa. who si .. tee shtel JI Hshttrt i Dav.d L re bu.• j.-. : sell a^praisiru US listening Post: By SAUL CARSON II %  • %  for."t'i MI tgo One ick to the N re: the l BJ* I "• v .... %  L'N Sun %  %  -• • s %  -! •; ml the i i IUI Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ President Ben Zvi Emerges in Sharper Focus THE ISRAEL GOVERNMENT ight lot i greater I %  •" % %  lent Bei /.. v. ir:e"d I I i lut it. remarked 'hat the Lr States mce had a President | 3er. z.. He figured it this way. Zvi isusua trai Mir-! i >r Harris and Bei ia -'in Put them • igether and j m hi Harrison There were two Harrisons who srere P Of the U i Wm Henry and Benjamin Harriaon. The first Hjrn.n was in the forties betore the Civil War The Log Cabin President It was Mid, give Han J log cabin and a barrel of cider and he would be h In the Whig parades, they always featured log cabins Mr Ben Zvi of Israel. I am sure, could get alonrf in a log cabin too. He lives in a simple h maa .n Jerusalem understand they v*ante ''• '• '-! Miopoaa, Ben-Zvi can da pense with that He Jui a little win 1 rtB, ha has been know.-. boose to make kiddush ithe • • manj itories He Ukes I own ihoea a-I .'hen he is in a BUS, when soil to give him a teat, he explains that be U • -• in 1 a little 1 dont know whether rwcar JPresidem Truman is said to ''•" : : %  white House iccordlng to the recent revi •' %  the White House housekeeper, but I should" if he do • ttimes wash bis gadkes U C.unon helps Paula wash the dishes. The Hebrew daily, Maanv. has an amusing of Ben Zvi and the Soviet Ambassador to brae! Tn* a-ked Ben Zvi why he had left Rus-ia "Therv were two men in Russia who could along together," said Ben Zvi. "the Czar and m>'*'t :e had to leave or I." ti e i> • Why didn't you insist that he leave'" a M viat Ambassaior "But he had no place to go." explained Baa-W



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Ml % %  \ Y ..• i ... n Street, i in• • name %  INC %  %  '• '• ... • MER • %  LEGAL NOTICE I >EGAL NOTICE NOT CE LNDER FiC" 7 OUS NAME LAW EN thai ..... .. %  • • er tl M A.HA ON ic CARINI -' v. :. .. Street. Her ca '1th the clerk of thi t of Pad. • i "-K MAR iCLIES 1235 Wat •>••-• n ...: ,-wooi :• RRAY MANDELI. Si ••• Mian IRVINE %  .-! ; \ I • • • %  %  \nllcai • 120 L-li oln Road Mian %  • i .. 3 81, 4/7' ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! > Ji n i§t fk rkfk 5>/7 Boltdtfl your legal notices. We eppreciate your pc'rcr.age and gucrcntee accurate service cri legal rc'.es Dial Fit S-46§5 lc: messenger service -EGAL NOTICE NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW I I 'VEN 1 • • %  • %  ..• • • f %  • lot 11 .. • I I'EX IN • -. I ..... r is. .i SI %  H %  %  N.CT CE OF PUBLIC SALE s .. s HEREBY %  V'EN %  that ci 61 ..%  •' %  ,-. larage Ave. .. : %  %  %  NOT CE JNDEB FIC I OUS. 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    Page 16-A >Je*l$t FkrkJidn • More About The Birchers By MAX LERNER As more factemerge about Robert \\rl episode, in terms u! organization, semi-secrecy, lack of i>: accounting, local vigilantism, and all the flummerj ol crusa ing units. it is much closer to the K.i Klux Klan and the White Citizens Councils rms ol 'he paraphernalia ol a Fuhrer. his contempl :<>r democracy, lecisiofi to make his out tit "monolithic" and "aulhorita it reminds one more than a little ol the early Hitll r movement, In terms ol its use of front-oi-nanization.-. n has something of the verj communism which il affects to fight. In -hor' Welch ha~ managed magniliitnth to pick up and [use •(!<• least attractive elements of some ol the least attractive movements ot rect nl j ei i • One of the gayer aspects oi :he entire mi'v is Welch's own in*iM, now that he has been misunderstood in his valuation of Gen. Eisenh far as i can disentangle his earlier and later sentinu nts. here ihej re ':> says now thai he never called Eisenhower a "card-carr; tommuni>t (Who said he did?) What he did expro>s. in his privately publi^he,) book, was his "firm belief that D\\iL:h' Eisenhower is a dedicated, conscious agent > %  : the mmunist conspiracy." And the pro<>i for this somewhat erst t< %  ent? It was based, he w rote, "on an accumulation <>f detailed t\ idence >o extensive and -.o palpable ih;r it seems to me to put this i any reasonable doubt Welch now says it is unethical :• i %  • %  • ; rately published book, but it was ; bly not unethical for him I circulate il in order to gel Birchite recru The mind >.i ai d blurs %  this gymnast < %  merry .. .,::nder ..bout the mind and personalitj of the mai THERE IS ALSO, OF COURSE, :.. by his votes I per cent < ommunist impeached There i~ '.lie "conscious agent chart • I .Milton Eisenhower, both Dulleses. There is Ihe assignment (then candida!.-. Kenned) "i thf role of an amoral man [who .-. tremendous amount >.i ball-carrying • behalf ol Comn %  i in 'he i S Getting awaj from personalities, there is %  '.'. • : tion thai whole nyht for civil liberties is a Communist device. Then ith< •.'men: that the big American d< tense budget thi external throat of world communism is itself part of the Communist plot, in order %  -tampe.-le' the country "into the biggest Jump ever taken, and perhaps 'he final jump, right into socialism and then the Communist camp Pioall) there ithe self-serving hint that b< lore Ionthe only waj by which Americans will be able to save themselves from Communist tyran ny will be "by themselves becoming conspirators against established] government"—a clear Hitlerite rationalization of the dictatorship to tome Much and even mn-t of thi i> the reguar lunatii i ngi Invi I :hat vould-be American Puhrers have been spouting ever since Hitler came ower, and ever since Roosevelt set in motion a militant effort to retrive democracy from stagnation by an affirmative program of social reform. What distinguishes this movement is the -upport it has received irom conservative sources that usually stay clear ol such messy -'.iiii. •fie patina of white-collar respectability it s<-t nis t(, have achievi Since it does not report it* member-hip. Us financial backing, the funds -. or how it spends them, -here ino way to guess at the Strength cf the movement or its real connections. THE FIRST VICTIMS ol Birchitis are Likely t<, be not th. Commui -•but the Republicans Welch's shock-technique, aimed t" show that respectable Republicans are conscious Communist agents, ihound to split the party in agonized inner conflict The involvement ot two California Republicans in the House. HepHiestand and Rousselot. ,,, ,he Birchitisyndrome ia sign ol suffering to come But beyond the Republicans the ultimste victim—if the disease ot Birchiti: were to Spread—would be America itself. Think ol what the Vatican Article Meeting With Sharp Criticism Continued from Pa^e 1 A supernatural w.ll because 'he Jewish people had stained them se'ves won a hcrrtble crime" — the crucifixion cf Jests — and therefo.e deserved expiation.'' The Vatican paper then asked: "Had not the Jews shouted that the blcod of the innocent should fall upen them and their children? 'The .lev s wen >bviOUsl> 'rue!. bj di\ (i< ; i was thus unconsciously accomplish thi ; lans of th< Divim I Jewis) rces comment) w i th bitterness on what the) i a ni > monstration ol ,; ; lie Church's contribution to the perpetuation ol the ( ncept %  c live guilt" ol Ihe '• t'< i | i. and tin th< me the) m' puntshrm i The) • i pd thi hop, that I'ope John, who has (rated j nsisti and effort it ctn stile 1 Jews, dated j lh< Vat rga Bikur Cho'itn Installation Due Irs. idem f thi Bik ir %  K r Com ali -c< nl ol Gn ati r '•' ceremonies next Wi • %  Insti II be Victoria B. 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    ABEL GROVE 01 the W oman s UJorU O J TE AMI i Mm* 11 itinera liesti* \i % %  > kugu&t that o i \o\ i %  I .h die has iu-i settled in her beautif rterfront on Normandy Isle, Mrs. Franco I : >dland .ill of i globe-circling tour Pouring heaules ies • EUea to Los Angles earlj In June ; '..on its it much time to spend in Eionol Hong Delh r el Aviv, Rome, Vienna, Copenhagen Paris, Man ar. i New York before returning to Miami a the end C ddn't ask tor mure exciting probl m Certain %  re er luggage w ill coi tain tties for .il., % %  w Jack Friendland and tt Mark. and b I new V icki, born Feb h • Sbii jail, 15705 NE 10 ave fel : H din,,, • %  I recentlj in honor >l '' I redding l %  have two lots. March and Stuart Al is il in the No Miami Beach area wl general |r. %  :< r cf a cha men's wear shop in chopping at the N Baj rd. home ot rharn ii I tew v m ay were mi : %  %  > c ". '. \( r 1 v v\i Goldberg Plans incl a ., days N w York and lh n h 1 • "Jewish Floridlian Miami, Florida. Friday, April 14, 1961 Mr and Mr. Samuel Baron, 2191 N Hay rd., laughter |t\ the "Grand ["our" as a graduation gift Sli ind I w -•..der.t in her class al commencement e> r 1 the Iversitj of Miam law school in Februar> Big Ronwill accomp • her on the trip, an,I leaving I April. j*|| spend se\ iral months examining the highways md byways Fr.HU> Italy, Germany and Israel The Barons %  -.: be too isonu Daughter-in-law Sheila (Mrs Seymour) Baron, presk-elect of Albert Einatein group of Hadassaa, 1leaving May fthc< nvention in Palm Beach, so Keith, 6. an.-. Bra !, 2. will be wan thc;r grandparents .. Uilhf (MR, MAX) Kern flid a superlative Job IS • ntatOT tii. -Tartly-styled sweater fashions by Donna Ongiaais at the btainehl.au recently And why not? Btlhe is Donna and ... Delighted viewers were Jewish War \ Bl 'rar.s Ladies fihan, of Miami Beach Post 330 .. Mr and Mrs Harry N. Morris, of Pittsburgh th daughter hue. 15, at the Sterling hotel for Passover She is past oresnt ot HiUel Academy Women's Club and chairman otca cleared 1 is >ms and made an 8 o'clock class a tits Of tl ttiC boys are the Aaron Farr:> beorg I Felicitations going to teenager Ann. daughter M I Mrs. r .jton Margul las just won a city-v %  F e £?. a > I contest -red bv Professional and Businesj womens \m! to Mn V : (Wossman, who habeen ..: £2!!2# ^ W. men's Divis n of Cedars ol Lebanon H men 1 Prei she held the same position • Wont I on I \i: Sin Hospital Development Fund and % % %  n mai 1 was :.I Combined Jewish Appeal • A genuine seventh generation Sabra settb B ch itlj He's i-yttrold Orly, son of Amalia and Ak.v 1 oonei Dad is southern representative of Z.m Lineo' Israel, wmen is %  ing an office n Washington ave. next month & in uai. • ly a sixth generation Sabra. because he was ^ 11 his parents were students there Mother earne I a Bs from I fan! in 53, and rather, majoring in marine law. cam %  awa> wiw I) (Doctor of Jurisprudence I M.lton Levensohn took wife Shirley, who was J [•" |aperformer in the show given for the Junior Aux ry or tne pome for She Aged DO Tuesday, far away from -I ^ tnt? |t ephom fi.r sevei al lays as soon as the plaj • %  Birthdase: Son and daughter-in-law of MGc!da Meir Fete At Oceanfrent A celebration. "Golda Meir—I* m a rkal 1 • h( Id by Greal : Mi imi cil ol Pion< er W • m M 1 c'a> evenii in the eai • 1 1 strati : 5 of Pio : 1 i*s -.-';r organiza Moetzei t. and ; Mrs, ; ... .... : ..... tor of a progran Mrs, %  :_ 1, ,1 M ises Mej 'Japanese gardens for the hospital is an idea explored by Lani Miyazaki, Japanese star of "The World of Suzie Wonq" seen here at the Coconut Grove Ficyhouse, and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. chairman of the Women's Division of Cedars ot Lebanon Hospital development hind. Miss Miyazaki, an authority on Japanese plants, is helping raise funds to complete the hospital by October. AJCongress Slates Busy Week for Top Woman Official Who Will be Feted Here Naomi Levine. national director of organization and member.-hip for the American Jewish Congress, will make seven appearances In Miami during the week beginning Apr. 17. Mrs. Levine. who is an honor graduate of Columbia University law school, has been associated with the American Jewish Congress for many years, having served previously as national women's direct! r, as well as program director prior to her present tion. On Tuesday. Mrs. Levine will be honored al a reception an 1 tea at the home of Mrs Leor, Km-h at +4 M Prairie ave. The tea will n al 1 p.m. On Wednesday, she will be guest of honor and make the principal address at the annual meeting of the Florida Women's Division, to be held at the J irdon Marsh Auditorium al 12 30 p m. Also featured at the W m< n*S Division annual meel ng will be a tape recor ling of the Harrj Belafonte speech delivi red at the NOW dinner a; the Eden Roc hotel on Feb 28. That evening. MrLevine will meel with the Biscayne chapter of • he American Jewish Congress at the home of MrRobert Green. 1232 NE 176 ter.. N >. Miami Beach On Thursday, Ipr 20, an all-day workshop for the Florida Women's Division will be convened at the Venetian motel on the Venetian 1 ., iseway tor orientation of comn chairmen, officers and members A public meeting also to be held at the Venetian Isle on Thursdayevening. Apr. 20. will feature an address and discussion by Mrs Levine on the subject of "Tne Eichmann Trial and its Implications "' On Friday, Apr. 21. Mrs Levine will occupy the pulpit of Temple Beth Am and speak at services on "How Hitler Came to Power and are There Similar Forces at Work in America'.''' AJComm. Names Hew Assistant Seymoui imet, Southeas Of the V\ : in J 'i Committee, announced the appo menl Wednesday of Mr-. L • ~ ir 1 5ih erman as new exe< • ass • • nt of the chapter, replacing Mrs. Morton Perry, who served in that capacit) for the past year. Mrs Silverman, a Miami resident for the past 11 years, has a B\ degree in psychology from the University of Miami, belongs to Psi Ch;. psychology honorary, and 1included in "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities." Mrs. Silverman will be resonsible for chapter program arrangements, membership education and discus sion group supervision In addi tion. she will represent the chap ter at intergroup meetings with other local professionally staffed community relations agencies MrSilverman lives on Miami Beach with her husband. Dr. Leonard Silverman. and their children Social Singles to Dance B'nai B'rith Social Singles will hold a dance and social at the McAllister hotel on Saturdaj ev< 1 %  named their first heir Milton in honor of ;" rhe baby was born Mar. 23 in PhUadelphi 1 1 %  ;; tUtUm^ Cl„#f lime grandparents, the Samuel Solloways, as well s Lanora. f/ eC f, on ol Officers Slated SI ended the br.s • liar. 31 The new mother. Judith atie University of Miami when she lived here Hei ^;].\ Elliott, graduated from the University of Honda, and is presently an elu incal engineer with RCA in Camden. N.J. Peggy and Mac Mermell have added 8 lb 11 0 %  R 1 > ly to their ly ... But daughter Peggy is still the "Prii cess ... Herotnei t -^ 3 |:aj:t 8 are broth irs David and Steve • %  • Flora (MrI Barries popular I n on Arthur Godfrej rd.. became a gr J J !" • Apr 4. when daughter Rose Mr Barea presented LMuhacl, 7, and R 5, with a tin) bab) Mrs. Milton Koch, out-going president, will conduct the next ,:meeting of Miami Beach chapter of the Jewish National Home for Aathmatic Children on r .ye r. 20. at the Washington : bidg., 1244 Washi o£ :.,,.61 Will be held. "Shingle on Flagler Street," musical play based on incidents in the life of the late former Mayor of Miami, Abe Aronovitz, swings into its last days of rehearsal prior to opening a threenight performance, Apr. 22 through 24, at Miami Beach Hi School auditorium. Trixie Levin, writer-director of the play, prompts 'from left) Hope (Mrs. Rocky 1 Pomerance, who p'.ay^ the mayor's secreMiriam Mrs. Milton Weinkle. as the mayor's wife, Dorothy. Fioceeds will go to the Temple's religious school. % 



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    Page 2-B +Jenitf Fkrkftor Frida y. April U, Mrs. Philip Stark, president of Islanders chapter. Women's American ORT. makes a presentation to M. J. Rosenthal, trainer of the horse "Mosby," recent winner oi a race at Gulfstream Park. Left to right are Mrs. Florence Kupperman. vice president. Southeast Florida region of ORT: Mrs. Joseph Kanter and Mrs. George Whitney, vice presidents of Iskmders chapter; Rosenthal; Mrs. Stark; and Mrs. Ben Weiss, honor roll member. i M*S. SOLOMON MAtGOlfS Medical Panel At Women's Meet Dr> Bernard Yesner. Joseph Rudnick and Robert Hyams will discusa "Cancer in the Female Today" and present a film. The Family Physician and Cancer." Film will be shown through the courteay of the Cancer Society of • ir.atcr Miami There will be a question and an-..>r session following. Program is slated Wedr. p m ut Temple Jjfollowins: tht election meetI S Q •yroRE PEOPLE use refreshing, calorie free /*% -,-< Brandeis Women To Install Officers At the annual !n>!allation luncheon of Brand-.*is University Na[ional Women's Committee Cireater Miami chapter, on Apr J: y. the Lucerne hotel. MrSolomon B Mur_..;.. will be installed ->pres M r Mar.; ilis | %  • %  v of Mass .,tive in fields. Sh -a member of served as l.fe %  r. mix rship hairman .. a ••: \. presidenl of ire n-.ber ship >: the .1 chapter, and was president tor the !9ri-)<5l • %  Prior to coming to Florida, lira Manjolis was also enuu-ted in phi-, lanthropic work. Locally, she ha> been on the board of the Sisterhood ot Temple Beth Sholom. vice presi dent of the Bay Division. National Council ot Jewish Women, and currently server on the board of governert of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organization, and board of governors of Greater Miami lew.-h Federation. She is J life member of the Sis terhood of Temple Beth Sholom. Mt Sinai Hospital, and Miami Beach Auxiliary of Jewish Home for the Ased. The installation luncheon committee is headed by Mrs Jean C Leb man Hastens* lor the installation are headed bf Mrs B-. n Z Ofl %  OS rj and :•• %  .' Rudy -In Fair : racobj ins %  %  Htm fee* Sv&'JS* SWH'tl THAN SUGAS TIT NO FOOD VAlUt 4 DOp out the .: i..• p • .-%  is possible Bru>h imme with lesnmi juice Dice >;•. I Mend other fruits and seasonings ind chill Chill the shell sep iratel) 111 fill it just before serving The development if Israel ha stimulated our interest in the food peaks Gradual!) „„„ inU „ Mound this meringui and over the cut edges ol |h, Z apple shellv Sprinkle evenly,* the almond, fthesi chased in cans the remaining ging. shallow baking dish 328 deg F oven about IS mu •mtil the meriague Cool and chill Soi if .seep through the shells he discarded. Just place a strawberrv in •• The basic preparation has dight traditions ol all the countries of each mt riaRUt variations. Usually, the top is cut ,h >' Near East In some of these off. the fruit pare I. the eyere lands the long presence of the moved, and the woody core cut out. French ha i resulted In the wedding The flesh may be diced crosswise o( their cuisine with the native or in lengthwise stnp> Fairly Style >t cooking The Pineapple large pieces are served as finger • Meringue described below i> one fruits, as a base for salads, or as Wich dessert, delicate and light >et a welcome treat in the lunch box. elaborately beautiful Chilled, diced pieces blend well with other fruits for simple fruit cups, or with rum. kirsch. Cointreau. Madeira, or cognac for a variety of elaborate desserts. For a particularly appealing fruit cup. serve it in a pineapple half shell Select the small pine apples and allow a half for each portion Without removing the leaves, >pht the fruit in two length wise. Now with a curved grape fruit knife cut alon^ the side of the core and around the inside of the -kin. to loosen the flesh Be verv PINEAPPLE MERINGUE For each two portions use 1 small pineapple l large seedless orange 1 teaspoon lemon juice HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE RELISH 1 large ripe pineapple peeled and cored 1 cup sugar 1 cup cider irlnegar teaspoon ground ct teaspoon ground ginger 1 to 2 teaspoons, cum t„ u<( 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon Chop the pineapple and res-rw any juice Combine the juice .•• the sugar vinegar, cinnamon gia ger am! cloves Brine •• i hard boil, then simmer for five a Add the pineapple. brm< to a rap* boil, then cook over medium hen for five minutes Do no' -.ercooi (•radually add the curry t Four into hot. steril rs i* l cup hone) l l S tablespoon s c ippe i crystaliied ginger 3 eijj whites M su^ar 3 tablespoon i toasted shredded almonds 2 whole perfect strawberries >ejl Store in a c • -> two pineapple half shells ptaef Thl> am „ urit n careful not to puncture the shei: and dice the pineapple pulp Peel two and one half pint Have yvu noticed the low, low price of Heinz Vegetarian Beans' t< w %  ^nwaw*— J J my I All set for a great meal WHS ;-r SEAMS — '• : ,..:' "nZr n "^ to e nz V *** Beans. %  ; : f; thanH.V.B.? ^oprepaxe? runt heat aad ^


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    Friday, April 14. 1961 vJcnisti fit radian Napoleon Reed at Sisterhood Fete Napoleon Reed will be the star attraction at the Coral Way Jewish Center Sisterhood fifth annual don( luncheon Sunday at the Algiers hotelReed is a well-known performer excelling in folk songs, calyso. pop tunes and operatic arias. All Sisterhood members who have raised more than five donors \> i! receive gold charms. Monies raised through donors this year total 53.500, and have been used to soundproof ceilings and floors ithe clasSTOOma and hallways of :t Center. Co-chairmen for the luncheon are Mrs. Marvin Wiener. Sisterhood president-elect, and Mrs Ell King. donor vice president for 1960-61 Page 3-B Tree of Life" Charm is Gift \ Tree of Life charm will be I i tented to all patrons at Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood's fourth ani al donor luncheon Tuesday noon the Americana hotel, and all members will receive the 1960-61 >iarbook \ musical program will include Galane, singer; Edith Roth l i operatic star; and Los Ma Itrbas Flamenco, dancing and singtroupe, with Leona Juanita and quin, her eight year old brother. accompanied on the guitar by their I.-.her. Juan Francisco The Malerbas have appeared in i Miami Ballet and on television. H • eds from the luncheon sub./• %  the Temple's religious school. ; will go towardair condition I'II new Sanctuary. Mrs Louis Cohen is Sisterhood -idem, and chairmen of the :air are Mesdanie-. William Fishn an, Mark Wallace and Eugene Schware, Mrs. Morton Will Be Featured Here MrBmil Morton. Miami resi who ha~ starred :n leading roles in Europeand the Stati s. M ill be featured in i al program at the Sabra luneteon, Apr. 25, at the Country Club Morton, w ife ol Miami • --man Fmil Mortoi a as born in j Lin and studied voici ce t< achei in \ ienna For i yean aftei Uu wrar, she '.< operatic soprano al the Madt Theatre m Vu iin.t In :948. the former Lottie Kiwen tame to the United stateto star i Men" with Dean Jaggers and John Carradine. During a singing engagement in '•• w York, she met and married I mil Morton. They have three %  S, David 10, Peter 9. and Bobb) Ilong with being a devoted ife and mother. MrMorton finds lime to continue her vocal studies Helping to complete preparations for the Sabra debut luncheon to take place on Tuesday, Apr. 25, at Westview Country Club are (from left: Mrs. Murray Hurlands. Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. They are members of the committee of hostesses, ol which Mis. Inez Krensky is chairman. Women's Division Completing Plans for Israel Bond 'Sabra' Luncheon on Apr. 25 Mi 'iihers ol the Women's Division for Israel Bonds were busy this week completing plans for the Sal ra debut luncheon to take place at Westview Country club on Tuesday, Apr. 25. Mrs Jack Katzman. chairman ol the Women's Division, said that the event "will be one of the most exciting and glamorOUS undertaken by the Israel Bond Women's Di\ ision." The occasion will be !he firsl public showing of Israel's new sports car. the Sabra Reservations for the Sabra ffeouT luncheon can be marie through the committee of hostesses Mrs. Inez Krensky is chairman of hostesses. The following are on her committe: Mesdames Meyer A Baskin. Max Bauer, Samuel Beckerman. 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    ?r-e 4-3 t/^r/7/v I Academy Women Cardiac Hos P :I $,, :pw To See Ftirn • i %  ••• Cuban Theme For BB Women .< Women's Cancer League Will Instc!* Offices %  • ; ... ..-. I %  %  : | A re at tie 1 r of Miai %  iinrrf hoard member I Kao: %  ".-....--;._Bead) >*'.. r ; TA Mr Pi %  B t of tbe La ..-> of %  ~" Km ueer Faad '" r Tbc Daa r Ca> ?•-•" EM -•:-••Z Greeac. r^TiotuJ • Ladies Anaihary %  Can cer L't^je of y '~ ':ill the < iep^.-i:..r. the Ma seer Leaf "Ladiea Auxiliary 'A taw Da• • B .-; an Fund ~r i'chtii iudee Sisterhood Review S •'• f Temple Jodea a .. '-•'• *'•' Ipr >: at : •' 7"-. Last : tht .:. re Sebvar* r*r. -a. : K All '• Benefcast antes %  %  • %  I %  i V;.; i '.. -' : %  Mrs Pa rt 2 ..A :..£.' i Mr\ -.rmaa .* •AMS. AW SCttOMflLD funds ri rehaaed a cobalt mart boataaesM I r maintains two beds in a stir • rear!} Th< nzuna] patients led M I" ly ire ncc ores %  lames ArUtnr Gr • %  Joseph taJ v.. Sabbath Dinner Holidays and evcr> day Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! MOND ,/STAL SALT / N I I I I I I I I I J I I I I I I I CHICKEN OF THE SEA HOT POTATO SALAD >.'ake del potato aaaad yon aeadi • *a • (or tht r^ t iir ta to coo<) Ac. S ze ca' o' '.ebon :' tna $*a brand t-j -a Hat tlwoug* me o*en for a ho*, pctatc sa-ac that s s: • t~ rg' Serve -p-nkle and ua• 'raeas % &f Today far yo. • C let a FRESH NEW BOX o: I makes crispier salads •"• %  *' ~ '• reent, Notion : %  greens. Then ll • ( --e perfectly teamed ud suy cnap foi : a taroritt dressing. Build your reputation from Cook to Chrfl Do all your seasoning with DIAMOND CRYSTAL CO.-VRSE KOSI I BR SALT Dtamood Cnstal Salt Company



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    Friday. April 14. 1961 vJenisti fhrEitor \Kennedy Names Jewish Leaders WASHINGTON (JTA) — 15-member Presidents Committee President Kennedy thiweek jon Equal Employment Opportunity lamed tc Jewiih leaders to the They are Rabbi Ja< ib I Weinstem. Page 5-B chairman of the National Commit:ee for Labor Israel, and Fred Lazj us. jr., Cincinnati businessman md Jewish communal leader. Tfc Committed, which i headed by Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, is charged with ending racial and religious discrimination in Federal employment and in firms doing business with the Government. Kabbi Weinstem is spiritual leader of the KAM Temple in Chi the oldest Reform congregation In the Middle West. During the Sec>nd World War. he served as chairman of the Labor Board parv Is. f acuhrifs Patented! ....... :•• •* WV. -.%  ;. %  %  WCH IN GOLDEN MAZOLA LIQUID CORN ti % %  • %  •^1 %  X.-.' .... ,:. %  ....... ^i rt ^....._. %  r .... Of a//leading brands Best to re place spreads high in saturated fat! New Mazola Margarine is the only margarine made with pure liquid Mazola Corn Oil... rich in poly-unsaturates ... that's why it's preferred over all leading spreads! Preferred to ordinary corn oil margarines which are hydrogenated, because the corn oil in these margarines is hardened with hydrogen which robs them of most of the liquid corn oil nutrition. Preferred to the "highpriced spread" which contains far more saturated fat. Preferred over all regular margarines because they contain no liquid corn oil. Preferred for its rare combination of light, delicate flavor and unique food value — Mazola Margarine is best of all leading brands to replace spreads high in saturated fat. So to put special nutrition in your family's meals, get deliciousnew MAZOLA MARGARINE today. Mazola Margarine AT YOUR GROCERS NOW / know the special nutritional benefit of Mazola Corn Oil... so it makes sense for me to change to delicious new Mazola Margarine I "M§ %  a Note: To protect the delicate flavor and texture of new Mazola Margarine, always store it m the refrigerator.



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    Page 5-B ^Jemiit fhrilftr Friday. Apr-.; '4 1961 Mrs. Lippitz Will Be Guest Specker H committee In the Isrcel Bar MStSVOh ceLebral bere by the Zionist Council discuasc bon h %  ... be bead Apr. 22 at :he Deouville hotel Seated left re Ma '-..us Raeenstein Mr*. A. Art.-.-; Pekelnei Weintraufc Mrs. Ar.r.e .'•' Standina x rcnan Howard Mrs. Hencoan Minuet Mn Maurice Cahn eph Mecnlow. Reinhards Will Be Honored Here I Mn 5 i d, r • '• Hebrew Academy, a •• % %  <: %  "• • found 13 % % %  ( ivWedding anniversary of the Ktabards A.. be hel sunda il •.".< D .••. v ore in .^xi Iriei Dd ieaier> of the r Miami Je> i •-. *•• "•Acadeao) in tnbute to %  Mr and Mn Reiabard of 4180 %  Miami Beach r • ''inc their arrival here th their family in 1934 || r R,. v ell-km n r kwear manufacturei • New *-a. x 1 % %  • %  presideni and founder of r.aall • tifit : iritl V %  • 1 1-.. ''-• %  •• %  n erica Miami Jewish Federation and 1 for i-rae! Mrs Hebrew %  %  : --r for M ia. I are w. a* ar II. who wa n h '.f a • I in their borne %  %  : : • '"' parent* %  : 1 .-a: ichiJ %  %  M*. AND MKS. BINtHAKD tWXtl Of N %  Fui Zionist < >r ganizai Resi • • • y : %  %  N Y wittj Ail w ion 'Cavalcade of Gifts' Miami B'nai %  1 ELECT BERNARD "BERNIE" BERMAN COUNCILMAN GROUP 2 Special Assistant Attorney General, State of Fla I960 Judge Advocate, Shelly Mcleod American Legion Post, 1957-1959 ^ Volunteer PuWk Defender TKe ~*>v 1 plant m, platform s 'o -n • •• n open door fco"- • || I m o c*n cot. to be of nr y i c a 'o * elects BM "o •' 1 im PO"f oo on c' The rotartoneJi p r**M an l*ctd official od th people *Ko ~" h %  "" '• not D tO")0'ten •''•' *ltKKi t rt h ptn "fiern.e" Bermon PULL LEVER 5A %  -1 -. • and %  :'-" %  • • I and %  I Mr si %  3 3v Si AEPhi Unit Will Hear Reviewer Alpha Epulon ram r*f r"*>A •.*,.— %.* of Greater M to M Bl ia as re-. • Saturday I 30 p n %  • If I r BB Women Host To Many Patients Ma: I ••• > 1 -. Mar B '• : %  (tended y 80 pa! and •vard uert tiona! P. '• "' 100 paattended Seder -• nder the tupi Samuritl 4 • Hollywood. Fol the services Passover food was aerved. Mn Abraham B Pemsler and Mr= Florence Li V of th*s. /u/iro% urrni Child Rescue Party Planned ireatei 1 •. s an %  '•' Fred Berger I 1 • % %  Women's Chapter Installs Officers %  %  will bnew aiate at Apr 24 a| tel MrFrance. : jTte %  resen al md lln : her i f >-• :-. .TCC^ .:"". v level -ve topped with (or oevsert Of *cre^ r • J :..v.:e .;n >oung follt becaaas n *o •oooarfaD) deiuious 1 :J...:UC *. • because H' ao f-e\h. vt wholeJ w ci-.. :o atrva l Saock up now Keep 1 .; aapp %  .-• -. i. the perfect treat for >o-.:-£>:er>. f:or .,-. J-.J guests! M Wi Tt / I You'll love MEATLESS CHEF BOV-AR-DEE I CHEESE RAVIOLI Just heat neat! Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender little macaroni pies... filled with tangy Italian Cheese... simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastwr and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too-costs only about 15c per serving! Diomedaiu DATE-NUT ROLL J You know it's kosher, otause th libel ha HffilJ AIM ante, DROttUAlY CHOCOLATl HUT aafj MANtt NUT ROLL t ajjOUST BROS R>/ 1 ri DM/' H ASK FOR BAKERYPRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKa CHALAH ROILS BAGELS division of NEW YOtK BAKERIES, INC JE 1-7117



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    Friday. April 14. 1961 Jewisli fhridinn Page 7-B n o MUSIC AND THEATER t Tile s J(r,ff Miss Revitz WiH Be on Television Janice Revitz. 16. will appear with Rabbi Mayer AbrattlOWrtZ, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah, on Sunday over WCKT ch. 7. 10 a.m.. on the program 'Still Small Voice," sponsored by the Rabbinical A.-sn. of Greater Miami. To be .-een is an original •drama loKue." written by Rabbi Abramowltl in honor of Israels 13th birthday celebration, based on an incident which occurred during his visit to Israel last June. The story concerns a young Israeli schoolteacher who. meeting Itabbi Abramowitz many years later, rcc-ojtawed him as the peron who had been ot such great help to her when, at eight year> of age, she found herself alone in : a displaced persons camp in Mun,ch. Rabbi Abramowitz selected Miss Revitz to portray the school teacher. Janice is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Maurice Revitz. of Bay liarbor Islands, and has a younger brother. Mark Mr Revitz i> president of Temple Menorah Janice is a student at Miami Beach High, and lavors a career as a doctor. MILSTEIN IN TRIUMPHANT MENDELSSOHN RENDITION Nathan Milstein, one ot the great violinist! <>! our lime, appeared as %  : with the Universit) ot Miami Symphony Orchestra. Fabier Si • itzkj conducting, on Sundaj evening at Miami Beach Auditorium The program, which was a musical salute to the city and peopl ol Naples, Italy, opened with the "Euphrosyne" Overture, bj Frederick i rse This composition has moment! merest, bul or i e is thin with very little individuality. Mr Milstein's interpretation ol th< Mendi > was sheer i, ind despite the years of repeated p i > use ol .MI!, such woi race that one wi i ill back i %  rase of it i • • Bai Partita in E Mr Milstein's i panied encore, which thrill the largi R issellini's "S< n the Baj Italian I was verj i \\ playe 1 by tl >rchesti whi l in full the i t melo lies Frai Les Pn lu les I oi music to a clo i • • • SHE TURNS STRIKES INTO HITS Thi HI Grove i'l. I is presenting oi Suzii 1 through Baturdaj evenii yet aeei i Starred is Lani Miyazaki in her Broadw, i n • who makes her \ own. and lakethe audienci int< with her She i ... md grace; and manages ti enerate < play thai i, rdlj l" called i i I stature thin plot portrays the hero R bert Loma; wealthv •• em an wh< is just too noble lo take .i taintt pent i : Hr prefers to go to Hong Kong and to sti lor his art — bul • year only. On a Chinese ferryboat h< hapi %  meets swee' S in who tells him she is very rich and lity, Suzie is poor, free-lance bar girl, who is "working M hard to support i ritimate babj son. Winston (Then d b< law against this To bring such a role to life, one can easilj saj I ctr ss ha> ree strikes against her. Happily. Miss Miyazaki turns • strikes inti hits with the magical charm ot her delicate acting talents Jock Ryland who plays Robert Lomax, seems nol quite so fortunati and just abeui es out. Supporting Miss Miyazaki DM Joanne Bayes i n Mamo. and Alai %  v i hi I, who all turn m good performances, with spccn >n goini li Mr Marshall's portrayal of a confused E Next attraction .. thi playhouse: "Under the Yum-Yum Trei • • • THE GOOD AND THE BAD OF A VOICE RECITAL Those who plead for familiar music" had their prayers answered ost with a vengeance 1 when Community Concert Assn presented Heidi Krall, soprano, and Brian Sullivan, tenor, h al on \pi 5 %  Dadc County Auditorium This was Communitj last concert for thi .md to take a liberty with the vernaculai left em happ> i i %  /thing on the program was '•familiar*' an I thi i ht< d audience wi tied with the beautiful melodies ol Verdi Puct Strauss, Schu i Brahms Grieg andSigmund Romberg. : e were arias an I duets from 'la.... Riso I.i Butterfly." and "La Bohi Both Mctropolil lists mj and personable, and throughout the evei aim wi i and this thej did Miss Krall. who wa: n into a vi IOUS uown with a long and cumbersorru %  s a natu .-voice, but throughout the evening one w mdered 11 it was pos • foi h<1 to -inal all,'. n< i he was \ ^ Krall's tones lacked the proper breath s hey flounderi r pitch, and the top notes appeared swallow I her ear for die superb, and it is to be hoped that she cai her vocal d i • and ami rge the artist her potential liss Krall to bi Mr Sullivan has a tenor voice of excellent and his voca ig has been sup rb He looks like a football playi r. and sings ,ik. rtist, with vibrant top notes that arc seci i and robust ol Mr Sullivan's excellent vocal lechniq • I was surpi p| inting to heai inpoor diction especial!} -iGerman ... • • • MOZART TURKISH CONCERTO TO BE FEATURED ;•! cn:c Orchestra Barnetl i cctor. will feature its concertmaster Soi rs David) Bale i \ i 16 al Miami Beach Auditorium, chosen are Mozart's A major 1 urk "Eur.vanthe" Overture, and Tschaikowsky S v %  %  : sion to thi concert fre'i "' x i %  %  monthlj serii %  hich continues tin I > ..i Miami B< ach, the Music Pei I "' I istrii special contributors, including f< in &* d loan associations, and friends' of the orchestn 01 i dim o] the 70-member group will servt i i i icntato • • • MUSIC CRITICS' REVIEWS REVIEWED Two veteran music critics. Ernest Newmai in London and Irving Kolodin in New York, are represented bj books ol essays culled from ;i .ious writings, Newman's 'More Essays from Ihe World j| composed of reprints from the London Sunday Time-, including pieces lrom the early 1920s to the present. • As always, Newman is opinionated, witty, knowledgeable, and choJ69ic liicr, is n< Vr a dull moment, for his mind is too lively for that, and BJ he ranges over theentire world of muMC. huffing and puffing, littering gfreal cries al ha comes upon one of his favorite scents, few readers can lull to be edified. In man) respects. Kolodin ian American Newman He too has a mind, and he is one of the few American writers on music who can handle the essay form in an urbane, civilised manner Mis new book, %  fl-be Musical Life." Is largelj a collection of thingoriginallj appear Sg in the Brooklyn Eagle, the New York Sun. al BJ Review One Ci h.s charms is that Kolodin is not eternally preoceupied with Big Issues ike his British colleague, he is attracted to off-beat subjectJANKE RFV'TZ Yiddish American Revue Ri ci • : formed Men'Club ol Emeth Congregation will pn Morris Conrad and companj r. .i tv o-hour Yi dish AmerU an revue featm i .. ci n isic an< skits • %  ish lifi Saturday evenAuditorium. 4erzl Hadassah Luncheon Htr/I gt ip t Hadassah will hold a Youth Aliyah dessert lunch %  on on Friday. i p m.. at the home .f Mrs Aaron Courshon, 55 E San Marino dr. Mrs. Chaikin, Youth Miyah chairman, is in charge I I he program EEHSE1 TO DAY WASHINGTON AVE .it 13th ST. M.AUI BEACH JE 1-6202 LAST WEEK TO SEE leon Schachfer's YIDDISH AMERICAN STAGE ATTRACTIONS Many Stars ot Screen, Stage ond TV Personalities will appear IN PERSON THIS FINAL WHK! ON OUR SCfttSN GOD. MAN AND DEVIL'' tvifh /Michel Micheltiko and Bertha GerJtein Mat 50c-Eve. $1.00 OPENING TUESDAY DANE CLARK "Under the Yum-Yum Tree" also starring Geoffrey Home OWEN PHJUIPS' COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE Presents IN PERSON Lani Miyazaki in her Broadway role The World of SUZIE WONG ii a TEL. HI 5-2581 3500 MAIN HWY., MIAMI TRAVELING !_£V C all S GUS AIR ITCAMSMlr reii f L %  — ^, SHAW SHAW IRAVtl SlBVKl. Int. 1< N 1 I 'Ik •>• Mr... V* IW 2aII* MIRACLE i feFsi P' n 12:3 Open 12:00 \CQNT. SMOWIMfS KEG rvices TODAY h / AH the Scenes... all the sights.... all the spectacular love story that thrilled millions! 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    Pace 8-B 9-Jenistn^rH^r Friday, Apr:'. -1 We the Women *CMAN OF THE WEEK rn .1 house trailer 0 i' was fun, reminisci i Mrs Fred Blank In 1950 i ter Bud. now tart H West 1 %  Freda and 1 ed a tour of thi S to tec where lhe> wanted to wi I. ey i trs and 4 inks lecided thai E %cM them. Fred dreams u i again. but*I ). beiortuso involved in the life of her communit) that ;>' --r Fred v .'. have to just dream. Strai g< lj • la never en when she starti ans in B nai E Naturally, she beca that phase, because herotht the prison camp around whi< tht madt the Sta lag 17 He said they lived a hie of preti knowing that torn irrow would never tome. Bui it for Maj Paul Bl nk He ami his u.f,and thn Ga., having just returned from Hawaii. Freda has -ir.ce become active :n Federation of Jewish Women's Organization and Greater Miami Jewish Federation She waalso prrsider.t of the North Shore Jewish I • :er Si-'' rhood posl she held eight years, with a two-year n si in b e t ween. Fred play.handball throe times a week. | fttDA but Freda d o e s n 't watch That isn't a watching me. she says. The) play in two bowling leagues and listen hi-fi. Freda's smiling face is framed by soft white hair that she ha• irer --;<< she was thirty The ether da) shi % %  :. phone call 'mm her daughter Dorislee iMrs. Seymour> Fein-t. ther of two girls : a boy. -.Mother. ju.-t turned thirtyish i1 your grayhi iter." ANOTHER NOVEL INVITATION Th. came in a long jewelers bo> to Mr and Mrs ll .,.: Torah ii Ivan Hirsch Bar Mitzvah v r 15 ... i tai %  %  % %  %  the invitations to So sh< ean pi nd •*" t-^es had never seen Marc, and 1 t MANISCHEWITZ AND PINK CHAMPAGNE Sedi rty-four ear. and eacl i eased r and n i te fish. M l thing alv ^ ... %  1 %  %  %  1 : • • • REMEMBRANCES OF THE PATTERSON Fl'JHT k i lean ] re there, i didn't, tu: he si : %  • to Dt troil to watch I)r %  light Ri.thie heard the ph"n. ring Dick called Itched him all through the fight, and h. wonderful. It seems Patter on was _ood. too. BIG WEEKEND Quite an excitinu weekend for Aaron and Sally Goldman. Saturday Deutsch. Kcpp Eye June Rites A by Sondra Mae Deuis Martin Kapp :'•• Dn m Sondra is tht and Mrs. Harold Deutsch, of 410 SW 62 ave. Her : ant I of the late Simon on Tillit K The bride-elecl graduated from Miami Senior H the University ol Flon la, and is presentl) i -tudent ..: tht I'niversit) of Miami. The prospecttVt ; '-' r alumnus i : Mu h High ed the University ol and %  %  ... sines :: inistral Hi the Air I •• %  %  Proceeds Sic For School All; El PTA Carnival thr w huh is in UM ', ing and r. .. assembly hall arting at 11 am t in tht school building i north i : the tiv HI rides, gam* j • mar) carnival I ordinatii •: v. Mill dent ed s i Mng, MISS SONDRA Ai DIUTSCH Beth David Ladies Plan Election Richmans Tell Shari Lee's Troth Mr .<• Mrs S 737 Pai Coral i engagi nenl ol I Lee. to tit rail Stanley Bush, -on oi Mr and Mrs Murra) Bu-h 2020 SW -'i t< r Mi am; A plar.%  \ es • f Coral Gi :" yt.-.: 'he bridi i It tbt Lversit) of Florida she was a er of Alphs Ion Phi ". e will rt ceivi her Bachelor of An _y from the University "f Miami ;n AnIS Mr Bush wh ras ai nate i I The Citadt lieutenei I in tht Air Force st :•. ice as I i oeral Electric in Syra< ust N Y.. as an electrical engineer I %  Ii • %  %  • r%  %  t • stud) lor a docthe univt rsits contribute$12,000 toward the maintenance of -he Home, "ill jn MrSol Silver man, presi MkS InUjf KAMtkiLHlAG Mrs. Silverman To Give Up Post g< Irvii :. .... Mrs will chant the ditional I tht luncheon sponsored b) the v \u\iWar. on \;>. H the Algiers hot' Mrs Trad) Hamerschlag, chairman of the luncheon, as well as ui n orning, their son, Danny was Bar Mitzvah Saturday mtzht. there was ,n '' Chest, which annually inner at the Diplomat hotel fur the family and closest friends. Th. Windup was Open House in their lovely new home Sunday afternoon. The weather wanice, no one fell in the pool, old friendwere happ\ to *ee each other, altogether, it was a delmhtful party. Those four adorable little boys b.l meed to .Arnold and Betty Goldman The\ fol lowed their cousin Danny all around Mr and MrRaff] Goldberg, Ml and Mrs. Isaac Fr>ri. Mr. and Mrs J B Margoliwere IBOM tne h..ppy throng THE INVITATION SAID %  You are cordiall) invited by the children, grandchildren, and g] •Ichildrcn of Mrs Cecil Myers to join them f<.r dinner in celebratron of her eightieth birthday in the Cloud room of the Dupont Plaza hotel on Sunday Apr. 16. at six thirty o clock 01 course, there was a big cake on the invitation, and there will be a big cake at the party Friends and relatives aro coming from far and rear to help celebrate this wonderful occasion The out-of-towners are Mrs Myers" daughter, from Maffick, I-ong Inland, NY. Dr. and Mrs Leonard Shapiro, her granddaughter, from Springfield. Va Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rubenstein and family: a nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Flak, of way out in Omaha. N'ebr. From Washington. DC. will come Henry .Myers, and from closer to home. West Palm Beach. Louis Baum and Mrs. Hattie Kominers Congratulations and best wishes to the birthday girl. May you all have a nice day. troduce dent Mn Silverman, relinquishing FUR RE-STYLING m OUt TWADTTION Of rmsr *OMMAMSM WE CAN CONVERT YOU* OUTMOOED K1BS TO THE SMART FASHIONS Of TOMORROW From $39 FLORIDA FURS I ClINIC 2296 Coral Way HI 4-0544 MIAMI 1117 Las Ol Ji Blvd. JA 4-7697 FT LAUOCRDAIE MKS. LOUIS SMUH Annual Luncheon Schedules Sabras Culminatit year fu 11 of %  i Wednt \ I Sistern lod hen tht neon in i the %  Chairmai of the lui Mrs : -• ising \ it • ti rh iod '' %  fund r.,i-in. t \. :;•! • %  ... %  Vfi \ i Mi :. MrHair) I. %  N •'• %  %  en's I..-.,. .• her on,,. ,iter h -. her tenth term Auxiliarj achieve secured during her presidem and Mrs Carles Brown journal chairman W|l! give a report on the donoi book. Kay arole, local ventnloquiii 'li be introduced b) Mrs Louis Mvsky, program chairman, and Cantor Joseph Mal.R. ,„ Turih Temple, wall presenl %  group ol ,,: '' -'accompanied ... Uwpiaaobj MrOlg. Tibor Stern th Da>. at a nu • • lyn Following eleel %  d • %  ill pn ting S d its Chairman is V..K berg, who is cl M in tht k > : t Sisterhood Participating i Ifesdamt K liaa %  Mack, Murra) Tu .1 Weir.tr. issie ) e Scbcrr 400 Expected At Luncheon More !h; -4'A re i n I T I I incheon being held bj > 9io\


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    Friday. April 14. 1961 *Jten#j$ FhrtdMsiii Page 9-B T HE Greater Miami Section, NnI ouncil ol Jewish Worn, > arrived at the Ca. hotel in best bib. tucker A ngs tor thin "Angel" lunch, : asl week. Caia Le Can Can orgeous with silver service, and white tl<>r.il pieces, tall d tapera In silver candelabeautiful angels decorat the head table Hostesses di ntified by glittering anlairmen ol the day were "\ i~ — Mrs. Raymond Rubin ihex a black and white silk print ., red ami black sash and a hat trimmed with red pop i v Mrs. Harry Markowitz vie an orange and white tunic > i-•topped with a white hat. • %  Jess Spirers sheath was ol and white, with reembroider. quins, and Mrs William Breni -parked her royal blue silk %  : with a danflng print blou-e Mrs Stanley Myers' ensemble muted blaek and brown i -ilk. with a three-quarter ih coal to match Pale yel! with the new low waist line Mrs Gene Fiere's choice, A ith it -he wore an all over ti( MT hat Ol yellow and or.. ; < lals i'.ii -'.< %  > n leaves, Mrs Stanli > St< rlinj [ell that n r three little angi Is al I more than qualified Her for a place ai the luncheon, and she hod her eligibility w ith a skj hlue hat and headto ma'ch over a straighl line tan raw silk. |u|RS. Joseph Gleicher, wearing ,wt an orchid in honor of her 19th wedding anniversary, was in yellow with white embroidery. Her yellow linen handbag came from Vienna, and she wore white kid gloves, A black and white ilk shirtwaist was the choice ol Mrs. Aaron Kanner. The white l. i -ueater that caused comnun! was one >he had made. Her daughter-in-law, Mrs, Lewi.Kan11 r. wore a two-piece turquoise -heath, with a .-mall white hat. ack -;!k -urah was worn bv Mrs. Irvinp Hillel. Oversized white polka dots on the dre-s were -o larut they almost looked like sh Congregation isponsoring a Tahitian floor -how. H ith Polj %  sian tend and dancing to a live orchestra, on Sunday nighl Don Hejshiy is m charge of arrangements NEW EFFICIENCIES AIR-CONDITIONED, HEATED Completely Furn C lose to shopping. Beach. Yearly & Sunm i 1121 Pennsylvania Ave 1 -BEDROOM, EFFICIENCIES, HOTEL ROOMS 1055 Pennsylvania Ave. JE 4-4328 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 COLORED MAIDS By Day or Week Experienced References Call Miss Vee Wl 5-0112 Props planning their third annual Props "Aacademy Rewards' dinner on Sunday, Apr. 23, at the Deauville hotel are standinc -left to riaht) Bessie Strull, Pearl Weider, and Jo Edelman Seated (from left) aie Betty Harr, Babs Flamm and Sydel'* Blatt. The ladies of show business have donated SI0,000 !c their Foundation Home in South Fallsburah. N.Y.. with anothe: S35.000 the current qoal for the Foundation's medical bldg. Nathansons Mark 56th Anniversary The big cake said "Happy 56th :he name Nathanson. were in .1 Wedding Anniversary," and for Mr. dition to the Chapmans, Ben and and Mrs Jacob Nathanson. surFannie, with son Michael, l"; rounded by their four sons, one Harry and Bea, with daughter Vickie, 16; Albert and So'ma. son W Iliam, 14; and Da\id and Helm, with daughter Margie, 11. Gri grandson Richard, son of the Martin Chapmans. was in New York and couldn't attend. The Nathansons came to Florid 1 over 25 yearago, having lived, prior to that in New York and New Jersey They are members 1 f I Temple Sinai With them here is Mrs. Nathanson's mother. Mrs !" %  Miller. 109 y< ars old. NR. AND *!. NA1HANS0N daughter, their spouses and some of -.heir seven grandchildren, il was j.ist thai The evening started, Mar 14, with cocktails at the home of daughter and son-in-law, Edna and Jimmie Chapman, in their new Morton Towers apartment, and proceeded with dmr.er al the Embers Sharing the occasion, .-^ well a* Sisterhood Hears About Flowers \ practical demonstration ol "Househi Id F at Care Arrangement" v\ ill be givi n by Mi Mas Holt; ier [1 Tei Israel Sisti rhood :i.e> ting on VVednesdaj al 1 p.m. Mrs. Holtzberg, who 1in cl floral displaj s al Mt ift shop .Mil utilize varied local plants to illustrate the points 1 "1 d in her lecture Mso on the agenda is election ol 1 rs to serve in the co term Specializing in Formal* Cocktail Gou'ns and B'lJul Attire PARSONS 3410 C0RAI WAY Open Monday Nit •Til 9 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER Opp.n Monday and friday Mift 'Til 9 "It's not what you pay It's what you get tor what you pay' ROTHE RUG CLEANERS AND DYERS • Serving Dad* County over 30 vcari clearing • Rug and co'pt dyeing water uted Spreiolinng in oriental rug "Vot Procew" Zero toft PPPP Pickup and Delivery AH ** Pwlly Inrarot) %  l\ E C Irua Cleaning Relaying Repairing All *!>• 533 N.W. 10th Street FP 3-0956 • FR 3-304$= BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict Supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Mskashruth of Florida Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Evsr. Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MODtKN [QUIPMfM I rWNKNIWGS NRfPftOOF 310 Collins Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami B#ach |



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    Page ICJ *Jemsi> fkridfctn KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 4KT BRUNS Co-Owner Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl Fndoy^pnl 14, 1961 WIH DAIlf hm 4 te | ,„ "THE ARISTOCRAT C ; KOSHER RESTAURANTSCATERING FOR ALL CCC50 A.r-C.-\ UN 6-6043 frti*^ Under Orthodox Va*d MI<...,^.-. 940 71tt S'rwi ** Cent. Ai'-Cor>4. .. ld..Cont v ROM WELL %  r-HOTu Alt Oft Th.. Ocean of 20th Stre >t jr. 4.2:41 nore J HIGHER 59 OJI' Ptr Pr>son KOSMfR WE.ALS INCL. ABE GEFTER SSNSATiSlAl V J r Irpnl & x*Anew fflomi 4 w^7 c"Vf rm. SiWCLE OCC. JiC Ho Rain IncroM* July AugutJ. Family Ear. Plan Rataa on Reqneit MM nil THESE FREE21 TV & Radio in • %  •rx %  •*-, Self Parting Af.oirs Holrl; Cru t iM-iort t Man; Day C"->o & N.grit Patrol; •to^jfner Roast; Cc tu I Party; man/ :w rtitom. Dwtarj LJM ano Satbaih Strictl) Obterei. Ik lOtean i*-v.; Oa.ir. Mas"N'- on ?rtmnn. Si & rjOJr Free Diet". Ho e> 'a chanje lor W(t dw itW' Kosher poo'side snack tir. TRADITIONAL \ HEARTH COOKERY 3500 CORAL WAY 7 AMI • HI 5-1331 PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES aft! LUNCH -DIMMER i JUPPE* ft W 0*01 >. '• *^H 'AM OUT ^H IJ5 -/luStKtEl CAMIONISI > .* %  ^ COOKINt •> fit Ull POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT AND GARDENS AMERICA NEWEST, MOST FABULOUS DINING SHOW PLACE Ph Miami. F i*;t Hollywood Lawtordale 1 7411 0t' '•' and Oaii> ON BULAfNe 61VU —U S IN MAUA L'Al! JOSI SOUTH Of HOILWOOO — 1 Milt NOt?TH Of OUUSTMAM Credit > or 'l ornred i AUGUST BROS, fty c NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: .lorn James, one of the nation's topten recording favorites for many years, guesting at the Pine Tree ilr home of the Benny Davises between dlsk-ing sessions. Softgwritei Davis penned a few of the hit tunes sung by .loni. Evelyn Decky, active in Beach civic and political circles looking forward to renewing acquaintance.with many B'nai B'rith Women from Out-of-town when they center at the Carillon for their annual natii earn ml on on Apr. 24 The Prop-, whose annual awards and dinner-htm is one <>f the town's top events, takeplace at the Deauville on Apr 23 Wanna bel founder Jerri Pollak is reelected prexj for the fourtl I term'.' Mrs. Henry E. Coleman looking forward to the first trip here of her ore her and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Reifler, of Brooklyn, who'il be her houseguests. ilfing frati rnitj will miss Littli ) who week Besides fcx ne of thi putters thi %  a) fan an I love I to stars a ocal players I ioi hi VI Jaffe bi ilated on his promotion to a ncj jt Centi nk and 1 ru i i mpanj Fn a 1 an an gn eting many of her I Shi i ai i xperl in lh fii i yi ence as i llene Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller, wiil have a Sweet Sixteen party at the Deauville on May 6. 1 ingress nan Lester Holtzman, ol New York etl a sunl .• thi "' i tre. Al a: d SI irl > Si .. %  I. ol No Miami Beach their 15tl ry. were guesi al a dinni HOTEL LOBBYING: The feminine foi -Ion: %  %  than il is in the Deau\ill*i sano roi • currenl L'Xtrj es from Paris from Paree vii Flan:.:.. Las Vegas, and the Statler-H Ioi i A rhi big frilly-and-fill) revui boasts a casl of 40 Imong the outstanding acts are Jaj Namath and Nicky, a ventriloquist acl with a French poodli yet; chanteusi Marcel Leboi and I • ,<:•••• ol i featured dancer Chart Martel. The clever team of Niti Peppi adds more Continental flavor to "Playmates il Paris." Majority of the cast in "Caught in the Kc\ I thi Seville Down •• has alread) appi the Bn adv.; ic stagi Thai is tu sons for the !. %  < mo> i show exciting a| II in the hands of experts Selma Marlowe, who originati -la number <>f hits here and in Las \as ii Ha Mai i Gras \ Rag a Hone and a Pony Tail The many dance fans of Billy Bellack's orchestra don't have to wait for a Bar Mitxvah, wedding or banquet to enjov his tureful ses siens. Billy and his boys are appearing this week af the Tambourine lounge of the Carillon. The seven-year-old pianistit prodigj Ginn> I i of TV and concerl fame, and her large familj stayed at the Sorrento while here ior her appeal • the auditoriums on the Beach and in Miami Al G il Fu Manchu. set up a special "Ginn> Tiu Table nightl> i..r the keyboard wonder and her folks, and thej couldn't have found bettei Cantonesi ywhere in th< wo nebleau's La Ronde is closed for th.• hl Boom Boom room and thi Poodle loui i the formei with • %  ance | roups nightly, and the rith Miitl drinl 1 u • %  whose authentic Latin rhythm-, especial!) in thi Meringue cat< gorj. have bei n rt 11 iwo excelk 'ii h:grand gi a k< i thi r Harrj Ami i ican Bar in the Eden R NEW ON THE SCREENS: "Underworld, I \ a hardhitting • i reai hing tentacles of organii '"'•Robinson and Dolori s Dm an i starred I rtew h Miami and Miracle Theatres i Professor holdthrough Ti esda> al tl i B. %  Gables, and wi recommend il as thi vears R< placing H on Wednesda> will be th. b ;,r: I imarron Glen f plavs th i %  acted bj Huh;,,,! Dix. Remember him and ALONG RESTAURANT ROW: i-'. ,,. "' %  ;' t Mi I el's on Norma I I, kosher n e of thi town's fi Young, talented builder, Gigi Reynolds Carrier, celebrated the opening of a r.ew group of her Sun Coral Etat*s homes with I dinner party at King Arthur's Court, at Miami Sorinos Villas. She s about the most glamorous gal builder around, no kidding. re Heydrich are rinnii ( co restaura. SW 37 Kpou half of tasty. I :| 'hetti, with homemade bread sticks I Taki th. Italian food at Ca find in thi bettei "home-cookii Chase Federal Exec at Confab m <". L. (lenient-, jr. executive vic| pres deal 11 Chase F< di ral, is this week attending a top level mfcoagcmcnl conference lor the -a\ iifr4k. n loan industry. The Conference, al the Arizona Hilt more in Phoenix. Ai./ ig part of the r.s Savings and Loan rue program for exchan operating methods and procedure I 'f Savings : nd Loan Assns •'" nts .well known in Ioi al and realtj circli has been a leader in the di • mem ai industr) ol Ii ise hi has helped in th. pmeni | gage financing hi CONTINENTAL I^C&ie/s^L cf •-• eso* BMtt OA: "AV r..cc. OOAUTV %  •Aft IICIlLlNCI CA 6-1744 OUTSTANDING *W2 CATERING Lunih and Dinner Sri mi %  [ CANDLELIGHT INN In The Heart of Ccccnut Gro ,' ^ ; ,>m In The Heort ot Ceccnut Gron • "V. %  •' > Banquet Facilities — Coi-u' lo.nc. T-** r* L' • TheRoyaiHungariainva fJSS FOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE 731 Washirgton Avenue Telephone JE 8-54C1 RIVIERA ^RESTAURANT SMORGASBORD $1.89 ALL YOU CAN EAT! '• %  \ DAY. ? 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    [iday. April 14, 1961 'Jewisti fhrodHnr Page Il-B "** !." iZ%*** ...*— Seated (left to riqht) at the head table of the ] luncheon tendered by the Greater Mi. Section National Council of Jewish Wom. lo honor volunteers of the Thrift Shops are [.' "ess SpLrer, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, Mrs. \ ev Myers, Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Mrs. Rayi Rubin Mrs. Harry Markowitz, Mrs. WilBrenner, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Miss Edna Hel,d V."-.. Jack Chernau. The two Thr.': operated by Council support NCJW s s es which range from Brailie-iranscr.bina liami Beach Elks Install Rosen as ixalted Ruler I i; i ;ww exalted ruMia : ich Klks Lodge \\, % %  ach >tl >-:;< %  > was Installed c< emonies last weak at the tlkI .ib H KU6. .n N Y Rosen is and %  !-! %  lived with his (1 two children here t'>r carR >sen served with Navy in World War II r 4a. recailad to active in the Korean War. a foirmar president of the •leach Junior Chamber of ce. a member of Amen on Post LSii Masonic order. Bar A>_n.. and many other \u ups. Othi iffuers elected are Joseph !alk. tsteemei leading knmht; iil-i "liltou Feller, esteemed lec rini light; Vincent J Tuscano, teemed loyal knight: Jay Der |Uire. Lee GoudL-s. tiler; in!.;. Goldman, inner guard; Shapiro, chaplain; Mai er. justice of the subordimi. Saul Nash, organist; C.ilman. treasurer; Aaron i. secretary %  a,1( Al •in, t.va-urer emeritus 1 mnt>*..-" *••**..<* and binding to programs for Senior citizens, scholarships to the University of Miami for Dade county graduates, and fellowship grant? for training of outstanding women from Jewish communities abroad here in the United States. They also include the support of the Hebrew University High School iri Jerusalem, and the sending of educational and play materials to Kindergartens in Israel and other Near Last countries. i 11 ki l 1.>I i l< ni ri' Special Bar Mitzvah Fete Orthodox congregations of Greater Miami and their spiritual leaders, toucher with the ReligiouZl mis) Organization of America, have issued a call for Miamians to join in the celebration of the Bar Mitzvah of the siaie ot Israel. A public festival will be held marking the occasion at Beth Jacob Congregation on Sunday, Apr. 23 at :; p.m Rabbi Nathan Kohler, member ot the president's cabinet "t the Mizrflchi Organization of America, will he guest speaker, and the cantors of local synagogues will offer appropriate musical selections. Rabbi David Lehrfield. president of the local Mizrachi, and spiritual lei l( r ol Knesseth Maul Congregation will give greetings, and Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Congregation, also will speak Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob, will receive a Bar Mitzvah scroll with the signature.ol those present at the function, He meanto present the scroll to pre-idcnt Yitzhak Ben-Zvi during the summer when he and Mrs. Stern will visit Jerusalem. Miami Beach Councilman Bernard A. Frank will preside. Dr. Ben L. Fabric, president of Temple Ner Tamid, is honor ed for "his outstanding tenure in office" during recent dedication ceremonies of the Temple's new sanctuary. Also cited were Co!. William J. Harris, honorary ?a=t president, and Ezra Finegold, honorary president. Zim Lines Open Offices on Beach t' link) Trust es are Dr. Stanley .1 Col en <; ildberg, Marvin L. JameU. Levenson, anil 'A i-.:er r. Lehrman ff to New York .w-h Tneological seminary %  has invited Dr. Irving fhn of Temple Kmanu El, to r< -ericot lectureto the I bod) ''t the rabbinical \l .*eek It ion to relating his own es in th.' rabbinate. Dr will discuss the basic now facing Jewish com.(• I 1 i irman haalso been a.-k<>l in behalf of the Seminary f the major congregations Iropolltan area, anil while I' \"< %  "s nrk he will meet with the I : H ilty, Maurice Revitz was unanimously reelected president of Temple Menorah this week. Shown with the spiritual leader of Temple Menorah. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, seated at his desk, are Revitz; Max Krauss, honorary president; Leonard Solomon, vice president; Jack Burstein, secretary; Louis DeCoveny, treasurer; and Martin Kurzweil, assistant financial secretary. Princeton Club Elects Levine S. H "Bruce' Levine, Miami area realtor, was elected president of the Princeton Club of South Florida at the group's annual spring dinner meeting iasl Tuesday ;ii the University Club ot the Uremy hotel. Levine received the gavel from outgoing president, John K. Beverly, and Edgar Gemmel, admimstrative vice president of Princeton University, flew down to administer the oath and talk on •Princeton Today." Levine came to Miami from New York City m 1950 with his wife. Charlotte, and three children, and Started the Triple AneCattle Ranch III Weal Hollywood. A specialist in the field ot acreage syndication. he is a member of the Miami Beach Board ei Realtors, Florida A-sn. ot Realtors, and the National A-.-n. ol Real Estate Boards With Israel looming larger every day as a major tourist attraction, another link in its growing mer chant marine is being forged here on Miami Beach with the opening next month of a Zim Lines office at 1635 Washington ave. \kiva Coffer, southern representative of Zim Lines, himself a -ixth generation Sabra with a degree in marine law from Chicago, envisions the new office as a "clear ing house of information for those seeking to learn about conditions in Israel, not only for a visit, long or short, but for pos-ible residence." He says earnestly. "We want people to seek us out here, whether they travel on Zim lines or not. so that we may share with them the knowledge we have personally acquired. The only question we have not been able to answer," he adds with a little chuckle. iwhat Chan re are ir. Israel tor matrimonj tor a man of 65." if A great deal ot Zim's -ervicing is done through travel agencie.i, and with dine: lines to New York a ureat deal of time can be saved and confusion avoided concerning reservations available, and these facilities are at the disposal of the travel agencies awell as of individuals. Zim Line-. Israel's largest shipping iirm. maintains regulariy scheduled service on 15 world w:Je routes. Zim luxury liners transport over more than "3.000 passengera year to and from Israel, and between other countries, and Zim cargo ships haul virtually every known commodity, from bulk oil to banana.-, lumber to liquified gas, citrus juices to sacramental wines. $. H. LtVINi Zionist Camp Names Director Mrs Edward Reisman, of Atlani return to Miami Beach | ;1 (; ;) chairman "t the southern tinu to officiate a services at Zionist Youth Commission's Camp femph Kinanu-Fl on Friday even W Director h Speaker Recalling the earl> days of educational television. Fred Fisher. Ration manager of WTIIS-TV. was pieal • aker last Wednesday at a me:-. ,,f tne i n d ian Creek Diisioi National Council of Jewish on., a. Ph. UN 6-6226 Ph. UN 6 5278 SAND-ELL %  wa Strictly Kosher Catering BAR MirZVAHS • WEDDINGS • PARTIES 7446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH HA While at Princeton, which he entered on a scholarship, he was a star half-back on the varsity team, and graduated with honors in 1*30. Mr-. Levine habeen a member and director of Mt Sinai Hospitals Women's Auxiliary for the past 10 years, and is chairman ol the hospital's Snack Bar. The Levines live at 3421 N. Men dian ave., Miami Beach. Their youngest daughter. Beisy Anne, is I,!...! •> senior at Miami Beach.High and the national Young Judaea ^^ d j^ers. Mr j,, Ml for teenagerfor stveial ^ Q[ ^ yofk an(| Mfg „ u< ton Oshins. of Miami Beach, complete the family circle. The Princeton Club of South Florida has 150 members, all alumni, riving in Dade a n d Monroe A Memorable Summer for Your Youngsters \ oanajD Lakeside For Boys and Girls J Norton Segal Jeny Nudelman Winter Address 1000 N.W. LeJeune Road P.O.B. 35 955, Miami, Flo. Grade "A" NC Bd of Health On Beautiful Lake Osceola Hendersonville, N. C. • Riding • Water Skiing • Sports • Arts, Crafts and • Field Programs HI 4-2462 Judaea in Hendcr-on\ illc. N C. has announced the appointment ol Seymour Briel as a-sistant director of the new camp Brief, who is regional director of the Brooklyn Zionist Youth Commission habeen head counselor at Camp Tel Yehudah. Berryville, NY., camp years He is a uraduate ot the CitJ College of New York, with a Master's degree in psychology, and has also studied at the Academy for Higher Jewish Learning. counties. The clubs primary funcCamp Judaea, which will be ope-1 t j on i s to offer assistance, guidance, rated as a non-profit camp by the | a nd direction to the most qualified three southern regions of Hadassah i youg men in the area seeking adand the Southeast region of the mission to the university. Eight Zionist Organization of America, j boys from Florida, including Sen. is located 20 miles from Asheville. and six miles from Hendersonville. N. C. First session starts June 20 and ends July 10. and second session jr. is in the graduating class ot starts July 11 and ends July 31. '63. George Smathers" son. John T. Smathei -. are enrolled in the freshman class ot '64. while Mitchell Wolfson s ton, Mitchell Wolfson.



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    Page 12-B fJenist noridknn _Friday A ?rd U m Dade Chamber Elects Officers Election of officers of The Mi ,-idian and attorney at law. ami-Dade Chamber o( Commerct He was graduated from the I in look place Mar. 27 in the Confer orsity ol Florida in 1934. with All ence room of the Chamber n ,] i.LD degrees President of Elected to the presidency is Wil he Junior Bar Assn. in 1940. he liam P. Simmons, jr.. a native Flowas elected president of the Dade lount) Bar Assn. in 1857. Appoint•d by Gov. Coll ns to the Judicial Housing Code To be Reviewed Proposed minimum housing code fi r the City oi Miami will be died at a meeting I I a; \ noon at Tobj NV -' ICCOl P. Cham t I tor of i 'ounsel i). F orida j that t> %  :.^ he i -. ill s n He was eiecte: vice president of "he Mismi-Oade County Chamber in 1959 a;;o recently appoint ci to tHe Board of Governor;, of f rie Florida oar. %  %  • • %  ire UM Library Will Be Completed Rabbi Lipschitz in | tef|ff Rabbi Max V ; .V 2 u : Bi „ ri Completion of the .ono.noo Otto Tanh c.\ Iirst t >ur will i< bj '•• .. V ii k on June n. and return i "ii July 18, or bj ship on Julj 51 ps will be made in Manches •rr Stratford n Avon, Oxford w % % %  i B isam • Geneva, Nice, 1 Naples Israel, wh re the r 16 daj -. Viei A erdam %  • ne 14 n thi S. S. Ailanl %  %  %  • %  %  I n l; : i on Hi. (i Hichter Library on the Oliver ily of Miami campus got undcr*aj this week Announcement of the long awaited construction came fron dent Jay F w Pearson, following i meeting la-t weeh ol the I'M : of trustees, at hich t.i'' M '; Hai risi n Corporation w %  Ksimated cost I • %  • •' A firm is Wat I' To the twos : : -' % %  Sermon Offers Campaign Vows Y %  %  ess w I N i Miami Bea h man s hi tiers are at 163 si and NK : | : in .h • i John .1 i i er tnont Jt 8:30 p ni Ad Firm Opens Mew Division Imenc. i •" : I. on which n mes, i a %  i In Intel Psychologist to Speak Da\ I gist, will spi ik r< en \ ei ri I v< v,y fi Pleasant memories of their recent cruise to Nassau will be en%  10y S? L^fl ? Qrdin f 3188 SW 13 %  • Miami, and her mother. Mrs. Ada Fein. 1521 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach, aboard 'he air-conditioned SS Bahama Star sailing from Miami. Miss Hardin was formerly on the staff of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, taking a cruise vacation before starting work at the Jewish Home for the Aged. have a truly luxurious wedd.ng I" bar mitzvah 3 banquet at the exciting FMMS tiff MCI I it stKikta priMl i Because of our matchless facilities. and experience! management •nd expertly trained staff, we can %i tf any event for much less than you could imagine' Vet you will enjoy all the glamour and 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' Call ESTELLE POLAK Catering Manager -Seville MTU Also Ardildblf Strictly Kawer Cdteriti %  J Erf era on 8-2811 OCIANFKONT, ttth TO 10th STREETS, MIAMI BEACH Stars to Run For Championship \ n inations lor the 18th rui i ol the Bis< ayne Kennel Club's I Florida Championship on Apr 29 already are dominated by -tar^ of the big tune winter greyhound racing circuit, "Leading ownerappear undaunted by the prowess ol Big Gos -ip. winningesl dog ..f the year, as the home track's top contender." laid William R. Moore, presiding Judge at the North Dade oval. "Our current headache la to lift the qua lifying field to 32." Climaxing with the state titie chase. Championship Week opens with four elimination races, two >jn Apr. 21. and the same number on the next night. Two semifinal heats are scheduled for Apr. 26. with a Consolation run Apr. 28. Winner of the state crown, now worn by Rio Grand* Rose auto matieally qualifies for Biscaynes World Championship on May 20 against challengers from Australia Italy. England, and Ireland. £> You'll find comp'r l Have thai .... ej facilities fo eac' W your needs in the >. Aladdin, Schehero:.•


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    cy. April 14, 1961 kwlsti FhrSdttrHtf Page I3-B H ; si bscribers, The present free e jsking a corsage to each motl s ihould be addressed TO Corsage ( P.O. Box V an ; I, F'a.. one Month in ad-, n .... Ir de tl i -' -ie Par or Bas Mitzvah, date and ceremony, i address and telephone number. The corsage will be d *o vou courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time e occasion. i ; -;. and is also stra parents will hi a member <>f the Miami Bar Mitzvah Sidelights David Bogner M)l mow ;:/ w:!l le at t •' r Mitti ih ol I i • : MrCarl B< %  -. dm ing Sat servii • Apr l i rempii i Rc-naid Schon I ir I rale his H rlit: \; r 15. • • i • in. at Shenan."!. .. ; attends thi IS s and dinner in his. .will IH' given Saturday eve %  Seville hotel. • • Seymour Roth ?mple Menorah will be the site %  e Bar Mitzvah <>f Seymour, son \tr and Mrs. Jack Roth. 71H -t Saturday morning. Apr. 15. Ih Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of[tating. %  Seymour is a graduate of the frnple's religious school and now Hebrew High, as well as utihis Junior High. |F Mowing services, a luncheon in Honor will be given at Michel's lurant. • Let RovefiSooi* I r Mitzvah of I-ee. son of Mr. Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse. 5035 .aware ave., will be celebrated rurday morning. Apr 15. at Beth < <>ngreg*rtion. with Rabbi H. ins Roltman officiating <• %  is an eighth grade student i Hebrew Academy. • • • Ronald Jayson aid Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs Jayson,. will be Bar Mitzvah irday morning. Apr. 15. at %  'ih Israel Congregation, with David Lchrfield officiating. R uld is in the seventh grade at M Fisher Junior High and has %  • 'led religious school for three s He i> interested in rare coins medals, and plays baseball. I ollewinfl services, his parent* honor him with a luncheon at Royal Hungarian restaurant. • • • Howard Smiley s inlay morning services. Apr it Temple Menorah will include 1 Bar Mitzvah of Howard, son oi I*' and Mrs. Joseph Smiley. 734 with Rabbi Mayer Abramoifficiating ward is a student at Nautilus DAVID RON AID SfYMOUR £ Michael Lavansen Mitzva i • in H. Lei ei will : celebji led & turdj ; • nApr T3 at i ii il VFaj Jewish • ei with R S uel A| :ii ::•. Michael I the Hi Academy for six years, and is now .. student at Wesl Miami Junior High He is tl gran '-on ol the Rabbi Joseph VValdman, and Mrs Ve ta Wal Iman. ol thi W hotel (in M Level %  %  i %  • %  • Rob-rL i %  I.e. %  %  •' N"i rth Miami .IT and ttends I school. 1i — parents will host the i nej Shabbat on Friday evening, thi Kiddush on Saturday, and will have a reception at their home. i.'780 Biscayne Baj dr. Keystone Island 3. Saturday night. Harold Strunin Services at the Israelite Center Saturday morning. Apr. 15. will in elude the Bar Mitzvah of Harold, son of Mrs. Gladys Strunin. Harold is a seventh grade student at Sher.ar.doah Junior High and attends the Center's religious school. Mrs. Strunin will host in his honor. %  I %  •: Bti Ul %  Ii estsl i ; ..: • is, Mr. ani Mrs. Ml Li I... Weil, .:is aunt and un< le, and Mr>. Herbert E Mahler all from New York. son ol thi William Wi iil be Bar Mitzvah on Sat irdaj at Tempi' Jl |i N. Y.. i imi I it i %  : %  -.. ry i %  • r re I : I the fesl Varoi clos %  • i aj iron; Oak Park, Micl celebrati Bl : \!.\'\ ah. Another long flight will bring Mrs Alice Bill i Mrs Till.' Al pert, Mrs Moe Naimon and the Samuel Richards from Boston, and the .1 Nussbaums from New York. to honor Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs Herbert Wall, on Saturday at Temple Juaea All the way from Canada for Ronald Jayson's Bar Mitzvah on • I ::.l % %  : Ada %  lb II .. i a.i.' son. And Robert, son t Mr and Mi ai old Leen, ill ha\ e his grandparents, the Ben ll Fn edi nberg • ii Mi V'ernon, N. Y.. and the Sam uel Leens, ol New Bedford, Mass., here to share the ji j s ol his Bar Funds to Go For Scholarships from the i •hips to I • eged childn ii maj attend thi • i % %  bi S indaj • '. mi Bea< h Hi. h i lorium. members ati m enacting Israel' historic developim nt during : ;.; years Starred will be the world-famous Israeli Sabra dancers and singers llfNf MtOMfl Stephen Wall Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wall, will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. Apr. 15. at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh grade student at North Miami Junior High and has attended Popiel religious school for three years. Mr. and Mrs. Wall will host the Oneg Shabbat and Kiddush in their son's honor. Paul Turner Temple Judea of Coral Ralph Turner. 704 Calalrava ave.. Saturday morning. Apr. 15. Paul is a seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High and Kiddush has attended Hebrew school for five years and Sunday school for seven years. A reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening at the Barcelona hotel. Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Meet A memorial dedicated to the memory of the six milion Jews who died under the Nazi heel and to the Warsaw Ghetto uprising will be held Saturday evening at Beth El Congregation. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of Beth El. will lead in the observance sponsored by the new American Jewish Social Club of Miami. The organization consists of 200 former inmates of camps at Auschwitz, Bergen-Belscn, Mauthausen, and others. Gables ... .. will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah Junior High and the Temple s reQf pau A]an son Q{ ^ and Mrg llgious school. A dinner reception in his honor will be given at the Belaire hotel. Ilene leitler Friday evening services. Apr 14. at Temple Zicn will include the Bas Mitzvah of llene. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jesse Teitler. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. llene is a student in the Temple's confirmation class and is in the seventh grade at South Miami Junior High where she is on the Dean's ALBUMS Wedding, Bar Mitzvah and Family ASK YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER for a Unique EMG ALBUM For Further Information Call TU 5-1772 MANUFACTURED BY EMG Leather Arts, Inc. 532 West 20th Street, Hialeah, Florida 4v leicr..one. Teaa, M— p tt e W Banquet*, Part!** Dinner. .. from 20 to 2000 catered In tna manner of tha Diplomat... an unhurried. •var-attentlve. eoft-aDOken eervlce that mak* mm event ef your occaalo*. THE DIPLOMAT MO'Fl *"0 CCUNTir ClUl N*iir>M4 tr-ite SM. 1IM Information Domenic Ii



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    Page 14-B *Je*ist)fk>rKlia'i Friday. April 14, Yiddish comedian Michel Rosenberg stars in the Yiddish language film. "Mazel Tov Yiddin." as the final offering by the Israelite Center Jewish Playhouse on Sunday evening, 8 p.m. Co-starring ere Leo Fuchs. Chaim Tauber, and Cantor Leibele Waldman. Beach Chapter Donor Luncheon Miami Beach chapter of R'n;n Frith Women "ill hold its annual donor luncheon Tuesday noon at the Fontaincb!e;iu hotel. Guest speaker will Mrs Gerald Soltz, president of B'nai B'nth Women, District 5 ram will include a musical I %  •< niution. NEW YORK CITY for in-pcr'anf business and leisurely pleasure TIMES SQUARE '• • • md I entertainment %  nee HOTEL WOODSTOCK i i %  : r. mat r; Qeneral vgp. iionj ; .: 129 WEST 43 ST. for 1 : ;r brochure *rg!*i 56 S8 do.bias S10 $13 JUDSON 2-5000 "Yum-Yum Tree' Opener Among Social Events One of the most flittering events in the social theatrical season is due thh Monday night when "Under the Yum Yum Tree"' debuts at a preview night at the Coconut Grove Playhouse Coming direct from Broadway's Henry Miller Theatre, where it will close two nights eair.or. fie racy comedy is being presented by producer Owen Phillips as the first in a series of events "which will once again bring to the atteption of localites the importance of supporting their only professional legitimate theatre." Attended by many prominent residents. the evening will be launched with dinner at the Play house restaurant, followed by the play, and topped by a champagne soiree at which those present will have an opportunity to meet the ca-t. Among the most important casts ever presented at the Playhouse, Mart of the Lawrence Roman play are Dane Clark and Geoffrey Home. A long-time favorite of films, stage and television, Clark will play the role created on Broadway by Gig Young. A major sensation in "The Bridge on the River Kwai. Home i the handsome actor who followed this greal success in ;i co-starring role with Da\ui \ivcn ami Deborah Kerr :n "Bonjour Tristesse." Also from New York wij be Col hn Wilcox. the production's standby for star Sandra Church. Continuing through Saturday DigJll is 'The World ol Suzie Wong," the hi: starring Lam Mlyataki in her third week at the Playhouse Now available, too. are ticket^ for Molly Picon in "A Majority ot one.'' which opens Tuesday, May 16. for two weeks. westbrooke Club Going Up Here 1961 JAMES I. KIARDON NEW Diefenbach Runs For New Term Mayor Dan Diefenbach 1run nins I i suceei himx !i "t 'hiCitj 'i North Miami B< held for -. \ i ral sue .. %  Diefi n a plat retail decencj nily in tl Offio Diefenl I the : an mosl te in the fiel HEALTH Reardon Seeks Council Seat James E (Jay) Reardon is a candidate for City Council in grmip 6 in No. Miami Beach in the t-lection Tuesday Reardon believes thai "in order that our city may grow, wi must haveprogress, but with economy si. is defin lei) i I any unplanned -pen ing ol the taxpayers money," and strongly recommends that "since w navi bud et, we should adhere to ,: He recommends that "there should be a yearly reevaluation and plan for the use of the utility tax which should be spelled out in full so that the public knows exactly what it is getting for the money." Reardon, with a partner, owns and operates an appliance business on W. Dixie hw> Prior to that, he was postmaster oi theNo, Miami Beach Post Office until its consolidation with the Miami Post Office During World War II he was Oil active duty .\.;h theis Navy for U i years I and his No '., :., Bch. ufe Lynn, and liters, nd J anne, : al Nf 156 i I'ntil I he was emb< f the Plannn and assert %  he b< it inti ri sts of POJ will i i JQ it,, (utui %  Wc-throokc Country Club, under cons: ruction at the Tamiami Trail and BS ave., will otu-r a complete all-family SOCial and recreation center The program will include e>i) lung from da) camp facililics "and .,athletic competition to. evening social activities for adults. Westbrooke offers i supervised children's activities program under the direction c>f Sid Greenspan, former Univeraltj of Miami linebacker and camp counselor. Included ir. the Da) Camp division is a "swim before you walk" program to teach water saiety to youngsters. Teen-agers have their 0 w n planned program, plus an especially-built recreation room. The club i> laid out so that each age group is separated, with its own private facilities Adults may iwlm, visit, play cards or simply sit and relax— knowing their children are participating in supervised swimming anil playground activities. B( ing built by Sheldon Kay and Harold Moss, the club is situated on a 20-acre siu occupying eight city blocks tcceleirated construction is post> pr fabricated concrete. Steel and clu-s ur.:ts tost is well over ;i millt< ars for develop this famil) \ leasure land •A. stbroi k< pool 1^ being built in the lorm ol a v\ Designed neet A u standards, it con tains five i i Is, and will be used for many tournaments The children's Txol IS a scaled down model ol this umqueh-r, ,,„.,, pool. '' J Among other facilities are ten nis c-ouns. a regulation softball diamond, putting grc.n. lour-wall handball courts. shuffleboard courts aIon*with a banquet hall formal dining room, and t c L;, ai j lounge. An arcade will include ttt. vices such as a barter shop and beauty salon. Westbrooke also offers [ferem types of membership Westbrooke is located lusi 0 if the Palmetto by-pass, acccsible to members from throughout Dade i< Scale model is on displaj Wen. hrooke's temporary office • 86o9 Coral Way Also, a; ., pan t he dub's community service | .ram Westbrooke has engaged s er l vices of Fdith Zipp charm and fashion authority. U be ... iilabie as guest speaker before club groups Mrs Zipp ma> be schedule! for talks at the Westbrooke of. fue The-e charm progra will also feature a SCal< model %  •' Westbrooke. r\ *+t ) ...w't 1 EVERY LUXURY. Benefit from ma • r~ • %  ? ; v ;ng, rooiocctive •• em wo'ft! cf Hot Springs ond relox in luxury ot T^e Arlington. 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    Way. April 14. 1961 *Me#i\t> flcridfat) Page 15-3 Jerry Stitsky. 5 Felled by Cancer four sons including Ban nnd l'hiiip: tin.— daughters. iiuUuiiiiiia Mrs Kiln Ooldherp?: II groiidchlldfren, 25 greatui a mfri ildt en anil (M16 jreat -m .-a I maud, hi Id Services era \ n :• in Riva-i Ida Memorial ih........ Nwrmnnds Jcrr>' H. Stitsky died of cancer i>, Monday. Apr. 10. a. the age of 5. HALBSTE.N J^!" ^ .^? 1 .^..*^^ %  •: %  ., ,,,>u ,.s: died v.. LEGAL NOTICE CHMES AAffON KABBI DAVIDSON Off. WOLfSON iaron, Rabbi Davidson, Dr. Wolfson ire Voted JWB's Frank Weil Awards By Special Report NEW YORK—The 1961 Frank L. I feil Awards of the National Jewish Mfart Board have been voted to karlei Aaron, president of the (wish Federation of Metropolitan Ihicap : Rabtr. Max D. Davidson. jintua) leader of Temple Beth irdecai, Perth Am boy, N.J.; and Harry Austryn Wolfson, profssor of Hebrew literature and lilosophy at Harvard University. The winners were chosen by a ing committees fields of service. in JWB's Morton Stitsky, 1450 SW 17 ter.. Miami. In addition to his parents, he is survived by a sister. Stella; broiler. Leo; paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stitsky. all of Dallas. Tex.; and maternal grandparents. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M Maihtei. of Miami. Services were Monday at Gordon Funeral Home, with interment in ML Nebo Cemetery Memorial donations may be made to the United Order of True Sisters, care of Variety Tumor Clinic, or to the Pediatrics Cancer Fund. University of Miami Research Dethree partment. NOTCH UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKP.KKY tilVHN that lha undersigned, : % %  • na % %  • engage n '.•llsilles-. r i:ne ,f 1 ITT' IWN MOWS slHVU'l N W 7 A\ • 'i ••• Ml 'iII.i. ii. I [B T".:i• • :i*d>^i !, e' (ho came here I'j years ago from Lynn, Clerk ol the I'lri Mae* and ns a member >l (Sables <' %  • unt i-1 %  ,..,. I...'It.IT.'.. Knights of Pythian Sur\ \ ng aiv ins wife, Hall) tw i daugh te -. Mai i.i an.i Ronu i brother ind four slaters Servli *ei Vpr. 6 In lordon I'nn. i DI Home CLARENCE L MEYERS ;-,. ,,r 9KI>I 'olllns ave .1 •• I Apr He "a.founder and president -.i th< t'larenoe I. Mejers Teat • Ini ol Philadelphia, and had maintained a u Inter home hei •• foi • ye %  i He ran i member of the Ma sain I.o There ai-e ii" local survivors Ser wi • in Philadelphia with Rlversiale Memoi lu la. pel In hai .. I I. JOHN HI S : '' • It. A. ST !PHN > %  I • 1,14.21. 2 Aaron, a former president of that Jewish Community Centers of Chicago end of the National Jewish Welfare Board, was voted the award "for distinguished contribution to that advancement of the Jewish Community Center movoiwont. Rabbi Davidson, a former chairman and one of the founders of MRS SOPHY S.NGER T7. of t i illln* ave -I ed Apr 10 She %  am.here 20 vearn nun from Sew York. Surviving are three daughters, I Including Mrs. Lily svhiff; seven grandchildren and ii grat-grandchildren Services -r.Api it In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Knrtnnndj 1-1" MAX AUGARTEN 58, of WOI \\v 10 ave-, died Apr. 1. He came here 20 years nn fron \.-v Vorfc and was t retired baker Surviving ihi.-, wife, Julin Service* were Apr ."• in Gordon Funeral Home HVMAN LUOACER .'.;. of nil svv •;:; ave., died Apr t He came here 1" years ago from Baldwin, NY., and was a retired New York C'lt> police officer. Surviving are his wife, Frieda: two sons. Including; Edward; three brothers and two grandchildren Services were Apr, C in Gordon E\ineral Home. MRS DEBBIE BALLAN IS. of 1774" NE 10 gV No Miami Beach, >ii>-il Apr. it s*>e came here six years ago from Detroit Surviving are h-r husband Charles: a son, CJer. aid H.. ti slater and a brother Services try oi DOUble Americans headed JWB's Commission on Jewish ,"'";;. j^. nnan a l ) ^• rsW M "" f r "' ly thi !on Stanley H Fuld, asChaplaincy and now president of tciati Justice of the New York the Synagogue Council of America, ( 0 f 75^W M ?cll^diee^Apr* She |tate (. i .irt of Appeals, from a list will net the award "for distinrame here nine year's ao from Hitrrt nom MRS. NELLIE B. AROELL ii;:. of 13" N-w S3 pi., died Apr. I, she iame to Miami tt years 140 from NVw York and was a public relations conn•eior. Survivine sre her h :,;iimi. Albert A a son, Ktanlej R Rose and ;t daughter. Mrs. Biernice Kovacn. Services wer brother, w COS and in VA hospitals. her n '"rni1 grandparents OAVIO L. TIEGER 72. of 4131 SW E t.-r died Mar 31 II.came to Miami it years ago from New York f"lt> and a %  a retired wholesale pi id u •• dealer Surviving ihis wife, Hannah Service* were dpr in i: \side Mem trial Chapel, I '••iiu'a.nl i. %  .% %  • • \ ii in Riverside Dr. Wolfson, one Of America's t'hapel. Onugla* rd great Jewish scholars and the auBENJAMIN MARANTZ %  dism and its Meaning To'hor of workin the field of Jew• '• • Ba> di M B3 .the title >f a new course ih philosophy, will recieve the the Beth rorah Adult Institute award "for dis'inguished contribute tu res and russions will be tioa to tht ent of Amen |,iii everj Sundaj morning from can Jewish Presentation v. the awards bronze meda lions a:'! engrossed citations, il be Saturday evening, Apr 15 at the Delmonico 1. oon. Partii iating ...II be Rabbi Max I.il i hit/ 1 i ill lntroiliHe ii se in Rabbi Abraham lorf, '".rector of 'he Miami Mer >/ l.'lnyonei Hacbinuch, the edu itiona! and publishing arm of the ibavitcher Chasstdic movement. Firs! lecture will be held on Sunlay moming, Apr 9. in the Joseph [ahanci daily chapel. lied Alii s Ho can • %  here 11 years igai Welrl W Va ind vas i ri • re i il. ;• i %  • %  ore iw ni i B r \ i\..r.d his wife MHIH vi i i • Shel %  >. %  VI ••-. vvra n West Virginia v • ; I: %  -.' .. ill MISS EVALYN MERSKV IS, of :•-'•;" M-: 18 si \ Minn i ''.. .. Ii, .I e-. %  •h,i,.i IVIOIIUL-IIHI .V.>n of JWBs board of directors, it H ..,>, daughter. Mrs Loula Kauf' man .. s, Donaldt tbr isters u I LEONARD M. PATOMAKIN grandchild Services srere Apr 11 -,| ,,. • %  ,• S \ V :".' ..v.-. died Mar Sfl it Riverside Memorial Chapel Oa.ugu e came hen 17 years i I'hilwas announced by Maurice Mermy. Larchmont, N.Y.. chairman of the Frank L Wei! awards committee The awards have been given anlus rd lorf on Tire Will •ouble Facilities HARRY WEINTRAOB 71. of 10ft* I si M imi Betioh, died %  Apr. 9 He came her.seven years ago nually since 1951 for distinguished fri „„ N ,- Y,.ik City and was a retired leadership and achievement in eteval perator Survivor* Include JWBs three areas of service. Norton Tire Co.. with stores iroughout Sout.i Florida, is doubt Ig the size of its Homestead fa llities, ere \;•'• i" r • •.!•:, I Nc' la Fin I.. ..Te M:u %  •• Holgl %  i -• BKRN8TKIN & Mil.I.I R \tl -in.' \ iii4 Congn n i i : r, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PR03ATE No 52023-C iCIarKI IN RK Esl ie ..f IRVINfl KRANK, forme I) k-i.nvn as Isidoi Frank, 11. rea -. I NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To Ml "redltors and x Per *oi Ha vmg Ctatma or Demands Against Siiat Estate: You are he el.. i i>t I nil r'|ji-eg to ore.-.-nt ai v c'alms and de'riunda which von mav hav* ncainsi the estate of IRVINfi PRANK lei i-i lata> ,,t Pnde County, M irlda, to thCo nty Judges '>f I'll Count} and file the inn. In th< if iIn 'he <'nunt)r i'.mi thouse in I •. %  •'' r Ig, within eight calendar months from the ; date ..t' the first hi --'>f, or the si me w ill ii pred RKTTY KHANK Rxa cutrlx %  • will ind Testann nt of Ir • • HARi 'I.I' SIIAl" :• Vttornev K" i ,ln'i iln Ri Miami Beai h I %  % %  •' i ii I INTHECOUNTvj.?-^ 5C ,! RT IN AND POR QiOE rTLN'Y, FLORIDA 'N 3R03ATE No. iO'j:' IN RK Esl Hi MORRIS SHAH III ..,-..1 NOT CE TO CREDITORS -r.. vil fn-.iii ;., • I \ IH11 You are I to present nt.iv I ..lati if Mi IRKIS < laade (' Horhla. to the C.Kinti Judve* of !' le i mtv nd file the sun. In the • "he i 'ouni i "onrthoiisa • h nfy, Eloriila. vi ihin elgh! ill IT IB from the date of tl :l ..,.,.1 ,,• rhe i me a II Is h i ed. .Ii IMI'M .< K aVRltl H'l\n:M w s %  \i.i.nr Vttorney *.(tC Ingrahant Building Miami. Florida 4 11 and their dependents in the Armed children. Already under construction at Forces and VA hospitals; and the N '" "•" Funeral 'KN) S Federal hwy.. the n e w. spon sor of the Jewish Book Coun"' N •'""'• and tout grandServices were \;>' il at Kun-ral Home with burial in JACK ROSE ".•!. ,.f 1012 •> st.. Miami Beaoh, died Mar. "J* He came here .7 >eara •<" from New l"ork and was the owner of ;ii automobile paint and bod> shop. Surviving are his wife, Betty: a duuahter. Mis [leans Cotsln and a brother, Ben Ben ces wera Mar :;" In Riverside Memorial I'hapei, Washington i v %  tore opens near the end of April. k'''l a i Hinty wide celebration is .inn fj "Our faith in the continued I growth of Homestead and the enlire South Di area," Mid Norton S Pallor aresident of t h e firm, "is best expressed in terms of our increisei investment in the community, Wnen we move hem our press-* location at 102 So. Krome ave., we will be able lo offer a greary enlarged stock cf all sues a-j types of our B.F. Goodrich tire. i.ai-i %  di • ol B.F. GoodI Stales. N'nrTin i o ?p .i'../i's in [arm I' BI k tires, as well •.i i; a passenger cars, imerici n an I t ireign, Jim .tnhnson, manager of the [ll"m. -•, ,. M ,,%  ilnce 1959, rejP'Ms that the new Norton location pill proude. additional space for fcfrvlcei such a; brake relining and "in end work >pon* til of America, the National Jewish Music Council and the Jewish Center Lecture Bureau. MOLLIE RIFKIN 77. die. I in AahevlUe. N.C Mi23 She came to Miami from New York FANNYE STERN fit} | n i .; x .,,„! |i x ,., t here Ivears ; %  '.. ,.f • si\ 17 -t died Vpr I She until ::•• %  • She isurvived b.v tv cants here five v ira ir from Boltisons, San lel ind [.mils i'%  Shi iaurvlved h\ a nle i mi Han v Sell Iln ind five grandchildren Servi ea wet i Ash. v ill.-. Mar. 84 LEGAL NOTICE Jdge iator to Speak Circuit Judce Joe Eaton will adress the Luncheon Club of Sholem Appointed a member of the idge, Hnai B'rith, on Friday conventlon committee of the Florida Funeral Directors Assn. was Larrie S. Blasberq, vice president oi Riverside Memo:;.'.: Chapels. Blasberq said v i wresek construction will begin soon en a new $250,000 chapel fa Riverside at 20 st. and Alton rd, Miami Beach. MRS HELEN MSRSCHORN .;-.. of 1619 Lenox iv.. M mi !'.•-.,• died Api 6 She im here BKO from N' w v .rk Cits •in vli -• ire three nephews Bervlcee were Vpi 9 in Riverside Memorial Chapel v. ton rii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v %  %  i-1. -i: IS HI'JRKR^ • :" %  • S i %  it 1J s v \ %  ... i i with i 'lerk ... \ ST i, I' -' %  i :•'. i \ THE CIRCUIT COU"* OF TsE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORiO* INCH4\CERV No. 6'C •"> • STIN v "l.l MM1K %  !RA I N x '' 'LE' ; 11 i'. i. 1 in' NOT CE 8Y PUBLICATION •:• i u.MMIi: ERVIN Mi I'LKI >D Route Bon i, Alab ima IN THE COUMTV JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 52099-C IN RE Estate ..r .1 \>< S R' iSKSBKRt! meeasi .1 NOTCE TO CREDITORS To Alt Creditors ind \" Pemona Having (Mnlms ni liemands Against Sold Estate: Toil are herebj i •• ed ind reg ad to preaenl anj i itms i"..i i-'tiindH in. It \ ..a ma> h iv. aaa n %  the • %  tate of IASON ROS>:NBERO ieceaaad I it.,.i i '.i.i. i • luntv. Florida Bo the i\ .urn .1 i I.:--I'll< %  md i lie i he same In Ihel es in 'he l '. >iiin i '.Mil thousi li i l Kl.-ral.i wit hin elaht va m rhs from tin .litil firsl publl I tl n hereof, "i the san • %  rred J.WKOAR IIKI.KN !: ". iSKN ill \l. Mil. n N \ PR IE M VN Vtl i 1111 A iig %  i i i i INTHECOUN'-COURT IN AND FOR DAO MTY, FLORDA iN P'jaTE N0.52442-C IN RI 1 .... NOT CE TC CR"D 'ORS Pai All 'red %  •i ii nd s ,v lii, Ii you ma • %  mains •.,-, r JosEi'H v late "i I >adi la %  the • ,i ln ludgi Bade and :iie the same ,h i 'ounl y t'ouri l>ade Klorida, wltliin -i-a Ueiuiau it from ihdati publication vil JIMMIE ERVIN V .'!.Ki>!' hereof, oi the same a • oai ed .re here*i } notified tl it i Complaint IKN* I SV>NAR. fur IMvorce ha been x "" AI.|I_I, SII.AU MHI.S, •on. Alfred Kreisler is fliairinan the weekly luncheon meetings tlir organic it m which are held the Roberl Cl lj hotel. oung Adult Barbeque n!e Ner Timid Yoon | :ll hold a i Sunday. 9 '.. at the Duii.i. > lioteL MRS REBECCA ROTHMAN 524 i s .Ml lr., die.i Apr 6 Stl • !,. % %  I ye i % %  -1 I' am '' ,|c ago HI, I was a menrbW ol Temple EmanuEl sist.-rh i il idasaah, Ba to Jai t'ongregatlon, Phe JewUh l 1 • the \.td and Ml < .1,. had n Red Oroi iding wort Wltl I | | Surviving ire a two %  broth n and li ., i .Wa bj ERNESTINE McCl.EOD •• .1 > -• lulred to nerve i >pj il ,,, wet or ithei pleading thereto on plaintiff's nttornej I'M I. KW i IM:Y Attorne] %  I Law 120 Lincoln Road Mai M %  Bern h 3 • i-'l>. the ii Ig nal inaa ir >ther %  Is i ling Ith th %  Clerk d the Circuit ourt on or before th.15th la) of Mas Exav tors SHAPlRi .v I'': Attorn*) s 12 Lincoln Road Miami Hi." ii i lor i 1/14. tt. IS S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE is II l i '' N th lC the undersigned nlring to engage in of MRS ANNIE BRAVER \ r from Sen I'Al'l I W SHAP1R Mian



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    (Jewish Floridian
    lume 34 Number 15
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    Miami, Florida. Friday. April 14. 1961
    Two Sections Price 20'
    DOUBTS THAT JUDGES CAN BE FAIR AS PROCEEDINGS GET UNDERWAY
    ervatius Questions Israel's Legal Capacity to Try Eichmann
    By ELIAHU SALPETER
    Chief JTA Correspondent in Israel
    By Direct Teletype Wlr
    JERUSALEM-For three hours Tuesday morning. Adolf Eichmann's
    ney. a Veteran <.( the Nuremberg war crimes trials used even
    .-. strategem known to contest the jurisdiction and competence ... th,
    and the right of the state of Israel to bring the ex Gestapo colonel
    lustice
    y Roberl Servatius. Kichmann ~
    L f counsel, opened lire on the
    t> as soon js the indictment
    I his client had been n ad
    The attorney first questioned the
    competent oi the three-man c< url
    asserting that its members i
    fei I prejudice against h.- client
    *ince his ac'.ions might have
    caused harm to them or to thir
    family relations. He asked the
    ei un to examii e this claim thor
    oughly. asserting (hal it was suffi-
    cient That the defendant had a
    reasonable concern that the judj es
    lacked objectivity.
    The Cologne lawyer stressed
    that his argument wai r.ot direc-
    ted agairst one ior'ae who had
    presided over another case in
    Which Eichmann had figured (a
    refererce to Judge Benjamin
    RELATED STORIES FOR YOUR BACKGROUND
    HIS NIXtD-PG. i-A;
    JEWS Ht WOULD MURDIR Aftl JUDGES
    U.S., BRITAIN RtfUSt RIPRtSENT AT ION
    S750 MILLION fORTUNE-PG. 7-A
    . PAGt 9-A
    . PAGt 10 A
    WV Rejects Va. Stand
    On 'Nazi Party' Charter
    Malevi, and the Kastner libel
    case). He said he had examined
    the records of that case but tound
    no i'dications of prejudice.
    "But," he added, "my claim is
    against
    bench."
    all the judges on the
    I /-PR BfGS Off PAGt 7 A
    By Special Report
    tSHINGTON- A letter bj the
    Si ite Corporation I lorn-
    sii n. defending the issuance of
    charter to the American Nazi
    arty and equating, in effect, the
    IZis with the B'nai B'rith. a re
    lllenged here by the Jewish War
    Henna of th. U.S.A., the na-
    - oldest veterans group.
    itional executive direetor Jo-
    l F Barr. of the Jewish War
    lerans wrote Gov. J Lindsay
    Bnond, jr., protesting the equation
    'B'nai B'rith with its distin-
    kished record ol more than 110
    pars" devoted to "the betterment
    men. irrespective of raee. color.
    creed, with a group professing
    nd propagating Nazi ideals.'"
    corgi Lincoln Rockwell's Ameri-
    tin Nazi Party, oi Arlington, Va.
    Ralpn R. Catterall, a commis-
    sioner of the Virginia Corpora-
    tion Commission, in a letter from
    Richmond, Va., to Barr, dated
    Mar. 29, had indicated convic-
    tion that Naiism is not illegal and
    asked: "What would you say if
    B'nai B'rith applied for a char-
    ter, and we turned it down until
    evidence was presented that none
    of the incorporators entertained
    any opinions that we did not agree
    with?"
    Catterall had written in reply
    to a request by the Jewish veterans
    to Gov. Almond to "review" the
    charter isroed to the Nazi organi-
    zation, authorizing the Nazis to
    act as a lawful company in Vir-
    ginia. Catterall replied instead of!
    the Gow-rnor.
    Dr. Servatius list' d severs
    on which he held thi |
    ent i rt incompeti ni to sit
    '. on his client. He asserti
    hat ll. basic Israel law for the
    i nt ol Nazis, under w
    Eit I ,- being tried, was i i
    ' y to th law i t natiot He sail
    : Israel had seized Eichmat
    : >"n by an act of as; ressii n a
    I him before th< our!
    illegally. He charged fui I
    the State ol Israel had ni right li
    'i\ a man tor crimes comm tt<
    prior to thi establishment "t th
    tate .n d outside its territorial lira
    not. Dr. Servatius said, have Ihe
    financial means to bring witne es
    to Israel to testify in his behalf.
    Members of the ss -Hitler's Elite
    luard m which Eichmann was an
    officer were afraid to come to
    Jerusalem to testify lor Eichmann,
    attor ley asserted. i cause
    50 doing, ihey would |eopar Ize
    ;hi..' *'W i security.
    Servatius denounced whai
    ed i arshness ol the law
    ich Eichmann was brought
    to trial i i assailed Israel's -
    ii bringing the defendant to
    Sieral of the West German
    states hi issi rted had requ -' I
    hal 'hi West German Federal
    blic demand Eichmann's extra-
    Eichmann, Or Servatius said,
    'cam nt .-.'.i r for Ihe crime- of an
    entiri people or its leaders, Atone-
    its against persons who were not '" musi '"' made ''> ,:; "' Gcr"
    citizens of the state
    The attorney also complain) >
    that 'hi defendant was denied com
    plete rights nt defense He i i-;

    The attorney concluded this
    Continued on Page C-A
    Morocco Civil Servants
    Opposed to Special Council
    In his letter to the Governor.
    JOSIPH BARR
    Gurion Warns Tranquility
    On Border May be Illusory
    CASABLANCA(JTA)A group of Jewish civil servants declared
    this week in a statement in the Arab press in Morocco that they did not
    recognize the Council of Moroccan Jewish Communities and that Ihey
    Barr charged that Catterall "missed planned to organize their own association in a fe w ks.
    i h..t our organization tound ob- Th" Jewish civil servants hat*
    4>jectionable ignoring the issue previously fought the Council when
    0l public policy implicit in incor- M hold a national conference on
    porating a 'Nazi' party." Mar. '9 > discuss steps to improve
    Barr >a,d Catterall's statement "* situation ol the Jews ol Mo-
    that "we could no more refuse to rocco, ,h,'> PeaficaUy opposed
    .--..e a charter to people who call L!?0!!?.."^**?.?' _C?'T
    ihemselvi Nazis than we could to
    ways l"r Israel to preserve thi
    peace, one being internal strength-
    rEL AVIV (JTA' Prime
    ''ur David Ben-Gunon, speak-
    lh< Ills' national election ening of the nation, and the other
    I adersol his Mapai Party, expansion ol riendship with Asian
    id this week thai the present an(j African nations while not neg-
    lity on Israel's borders was |ecting "friends in the West."
    TJ," and he warned against
    nc> about Israe
    ; roblems,
    The meeting was the first at
    1 -""n which eneral lines were laid down
    for the Mapai Parly's election ram-
    Tht meeting was one ol a series palgn Mr Ben-Gurion spoke again
    Ij gatherings at the start
    1 .....sign which will end with
    t i-ral elections on Any. IS foi a
    I1 i Gov! rnment to repla ' Mr Ben-Gurion ended bj re-
    It .1. :: 81.
    Speaking as Israel's Minister
    pf Defensa, Mr. Ben-Gurion said
    'hat the United Arab Republic
    was continuing to get large quan-
    ?'t'es of modern arms from "one
    ration,'' and that hundreds of
    'nstructors were in Egypt and
    Syria to train troops in the two
    Paris of the UAR in the use of
    weapons. His reference was pr*-
    tumed to be the Soviet Union as
    Continued on Page 10-A
    anybody else" was "an insult to
    anyone's intelligent e
    Termed most regrettable" in
    the Catterall letter, however, was
    his equation ol the B'nai B'rith,
    which promotes racial In olln rhood.
    with .Nazism.
    Barr told the Governor: "I write
    this letter lo you rather than to
    Catterall because what is involved
    is a matter ol public policy, which
    is for the chief executive ol the
    state to deci le and not for Cat
    Continued on Page 5-A
    once asking the Moroccan Gov-
    ernment to organize Moroccan Jew
    ry into a communit} separate from
    that of the Moslem community but
    one which would have the same
    rights as the Moslems.
    Vatican Article
    Meeting With
    Sharp Criticism
    The civil servants group was
    reported to have the support of
    Dr. Leon Benzaquen, a former
    Minister in the Moroccan Gov-
    ernment. Dr. Benzaquen was re-
    ceived this week by King Has-
    san II.
    The civil
    Continued on Pa$e 9-A
    Israel Rejects Jordan UN Complaint
    UNITED NATIONStJTA)Israel rejected this week Jordanian
    claims it was endangering international peace and security bj sched-
    uling a military parade in Jerusalem m celebration of Israle's Indepen
    denee Day on Apr. 20. .-.------------------------------_
    The Israel insistence that the
    scheduled parade involved no real
    violation ol the Jordan-Israel Arm
    istue Agreement, and that Jor-
    dan's charges were "minor" and plans amounted to "provocation"
    Abdel Monem Rifai, permanent
    representative of Jordan, told
    the Council that Israel's parade
    IE (JTA I The Italian
    Jewish communuj was reported
    1 week lo be disturbed by Ihe
    appi arant e in t >--< n a 11 Ro-
    mano, the official organ ol the Va-
    tican, of an article suggesting that
    the Horn.in Emperor Titus prob-
    ably fell 'n was justified m order-
    . ll desi rucl ion ol the Secon I
    ervants declared that Temple in Jerusalem anil the dls-
    on "i the Jews in 71 C E
    The 'f ared under the
    ilinv "Thi (ml} Mi an \.' on
    ti i h> 'I mis." w inch the
    refi rrtd to ob-
    : cure!} on his deathbed. The Va-
    ticai 01 -.ri -.'id the action in I
    ; was tin action In the
    year "i and cited the statement
    i I i...: racitus, that Titus
    ' l repeal! ,ll\ said that "the Jew
    :sh people were so obviously
    struck b) divine punishment that
    :: would indeed have been an im-
    pious action to spare them from
    : net ion."
    ment, anti-tank missile carriages
    and other equipment which, he
    said, Israel planned to show dur-
    ing its parade in Jerusalem. He
    referred to Israel's Independence
    Day as "Hie Day of Aggression"
    and the day of "the establish-
    ment cf imperialist aggression
    in the Middle East."
    " supplier of both the weapons "technical" was voiced Lh-Iore the and showed an Israeli desire to
    and the instructors j Security Council when the 11 mem try to "intimidate" Jordan. Mr.
    ber body met to consider a Jor- Rifai read off a list of heavy arm-
    "' told the meeting at the Mann daman grievance against the pa aments, including a SO-ton Bri-
    AudiUriua that there were two rade plans fish tank, heavy American equip-
    Inviled to the Security Council
    table by the April president ol the
    body. T B. Subasmghe, of Ceylon.
    Continued on Page 7-A
    Osservatore Romano comment-
    ed that Titus probably felt that
    he was being the executor of a
    Continued on Page 16 A
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    UJA Seeks $36 Million by Mid-June
    MKES
    ,>wly-elected ofiicers of Congreqation Yehudah Moshe tre
    ecrtea (from left) Robert Lipof, vice president; Rabbi She
    \; nmetz, spiritual leader; Henry Gilbert, presiderr. Sta:
    rom lefV are Lester Lev;ne, treasurer; Murry Silvershe::-. ctad
    >::y Ashman, vice presidents.
    ehudah Moshe
    ilects Gilbert
    M nry Gilbert ha< been elected
    -dint of tOngrv^Jtun Vehudah
    -he
    Gilbert, a lite insurance analyst,
    i life and qualifying member of
    Million Dollar Round Table.
    i tial Assn. of Life L nderwn-
    He i? married and has two
    lldren.
    ilbert is also affiliated with the
    ionic Order. Surf side Lodge He
    member of the board of ijover-
    and trustees for 'he State of
    |ael Bonds, and area chairman
    insurance chairman of the
    mbinitl Jewish Appeal
    !ilbert is an associate alumnus
    Brandeis University.
    Rabbi Rackovsky to Talk
    Greater Miami Hebrew Free
    Loan Assn. will meet Monday >.% >.a
    ini .it Beth El Congregation Rabbi
    Joseph Rackovsky. spiritual leader
    of Beth Tfilah Congregat >n will
    be principal speaker.
    Agency Director to Talk
    Weekly luncheon meeting of Mi-
    ami Beach Lodge A 3'nai B'nth
    will be held on Tuesday noon at
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    ion at the Savoy-Hilton hotel
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    I RID K. SHOCKET........ Editor and Publisher
    LEO MTNDLIN ........................ Executive Ed-tor
    ISRAEL BUREAU -- Telephone 4-2861
    212 Ben Yehuda Tel Aviv, Israel
    " AY V. BINDKR C The Purpose of the Trial
    Honestly-motivnted people everywhere
    hope :he show i finally on ihe
    emerqe from the trial ::' Ado'f Eich-
    oper.ee' Tuesc "erasaien:.
    Dr. Robert Ser is snse attorney.
    00k the 1 red.
    -: :he con.
    c. e::: he brought up a bill liars o: his
    c :-. .:. answer to Isrr.e: s
    -7ed with snap. solution
    lie .'ewish question."
    effect, Dr. Servatius rr.orr.er.taruy played
    the arandstand in an eric:: ;o question who.
    ?3i, is on trial for compile::-/ in the unspeak-
    8 slaughter of six million Jews.
    far 'co early a: v/eek's end to tell just what
    emotional direction will emerge from the court
    r.oceedings, there is less doubt about the pur-
    ::se of it all: the detailed recounting of the
    ?.: z: rnme, not only aqainst the Jewish people.
    ~ _: against humanity at large.
    There is little reason to be skeptical about
    the -eed for this. The nervous reaction of West
    German Chancellor Dr. Konrad Adenauer on
    " e eve of the opening of the trial, coupled with
    -e almost angry confusion of the Germans,
    v.err. selves, indicates that the lesson of the
    I.-z: holocaust has hardly been learned.
    If more than "the show is finally on the
    I cad" will emerge from the Eichmann trial, it
    : as* be precisely and unquestionably one of
    the best-informed and most carefully presented
    ' ass lessons in history ever delivered for the
    benefit of mankind.
    Short of that, no matter what the outcome
    c.-.d the punishment determined for Adolf Eich-
    znn, the day will be his. It will, indeed, have
    -. sen a show played to the hilt but upon which,
    ...:e the best of them, the Curtain is inevitably
    :_-ag down.
    Sadly, neither the best legal minds in Israel.
    r:r even the clear professional capability of Dr.
    Servatius, can spell the ultimate success or
    Jo Jure of the trial's central purpose. Eor, in the
    .: st analysis, it is the cor.3;:ence of human-
    kjid upon which this must finally depend.
    Gov. Almond's Imbalance
    The Jewish War Vetera-s In Washington
    .; questioning the charter granted by the State
    c: Virginia to Gecr~e Lincoln Rockwell and his
    so-called Americcn Nazi Party
    The State of Virginia takes the position that
    r sckwells application for a charier could not
    rossxbly be denied without infringing on funda-
    rr.ental American principles 0: -ree government.
    That the American Nazi Party seeks to de-
    stroy these principles is an issue beyond the
    jte consideration 0: the officials of
    the State of Virgin- who assume that to deny
    - e Rockwell application would be just as dam-
    What Virginia seeks to Indicate in reply to
    tr.e Jewish War granting Rock-
    v.ell a charter implies no moral sanction of his
    ^ Strictly sneaking in these terms, it would
    re hard to judge who has take:-, the more nearly
    id defensible view, the JWV or Virginia.
    - at the manner ;h Gov. Almond has seen
    .: to deal with the question rends to tip the
    balance m favor of the Jewish. War Veterans.
    Deftly sidestepping the -.hole thing, the
    Governor delegated his reply to the office of an
    - iderling, whose language and attitude some-
    row tend to betray a sympathy for the Rock-
    veil application far beyond the strictly legal
    end democratic principles involved in granting
    From this point on, the JWV would certainly
    ce on firm ground to draw clear and indispu-
    cibl parallels between the party for which Rock-
    well presumably stands and the political system
    exemplified by Nikita Khrushchev. Eoth are
    cedicated to the destruction of the American
    !
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    Friday, April 14. 1961
    23 Nisan 5'
    TO THE HEROES OF THE WARSAW GHETTO
    way of life. Why is a Gov. Almond underling
    so careful in his defense of George Lincoln
    Rockwell's rights?
    * *
    THE POTENTIAL FOR RIDICULE
    The John Birch movement has been on the
    American scene for some two years. The
    ideology for which it stands is far older. It is
    right for the nation to keep an eye on its leaders
    and on the programs it espouses.
    But Attorney General Robert Kennedy
    sounded a classical note last week in his refer-
    ence to the Birch movement during a press con-
    ference in Washington. Mr. Kennedy urged
    the revival of ridicule as an effective political
    weapon.
    Part of this, perhaps, was suggested by
    the Birchers themselves, one of whose leader's
    is guoted as having placed former Pres.deit
    Eisenhower among the vanguard of the Com-
    munist conspiracy. What, indeed, can be more
    ridiculous?
    All of which recalls the iate Sen. Joseph R.
    McCarthy Rep.-Wisc.i who. in the beginnino
    of his final daze, questioned the loyalty of
    Albert Einstein, and who threatened' to sub-
    poena Dr. Einstein for an appearance before h:s
    : full

    committee. This brought one of the
    and hearty laughs as a reaction to tr.e McCarl
    steamroller a laugh that tended to relax the
    atmosphere surrounding the Senate: s distorted
    dedication, and to show him uo for w] -as.
    Attorney General Kennedy suggested
    ilar laughter as a reaction to the Birchers. Per-
    haps indeed ii would be a more-
    dote to Geotae Lincoln Rockwell
    onstrations and riots against him in W
    ten ana elsewhere last vear.
    Ridicule can't be the answer alw iy
    neither can leqal action against ev< ,ck
    pot who appears on the political' horizon, and
    who seeks uch action as an initial ,ra
    of his prest: je and purpose.
    On Locking the Barn Door
    rUn?,eWu fTOm ISr?elindlca,es *ai President
    Ben-Zvi has invited Gen. Eisenhower to v
    StlZTn^ The f,rmer Presiden, of United
    States has graciously accepted. He 11 come he
    said, on his next tour of the M.ddle Em :
    This is about as non-commital as he wes
    while in-and-out of the White House. Never
    theless. it is devou.lv to be hoped that M
    Eisenhower may finally aet a viewnf lSLi .
    painted for him by others eTen\iTr^?
    doesn't matter anymore. U rec:
    JHE EICHMANN cash*
    and trial started out wj,k
    a big barw m mj life ^.
    wa> sometime ,. ^
    when a radio personality 0'
    sort> told his low !Q \m.
    that a man is ;;::
    proves guilty an .'t"
    could hard:>_ ;
    --> from fW* "te*ff*- th. j 1^
    mmmtmm thes<" days COTi
    unspeakable ma
    Eichmano from his quiet SUburl
    B ten >s Aires
    I thought the r.. \ lew of things to be a b
    The nexi 1 knee some itudi e of the enemy, ari'! < '
    i):f went a homemade bomb in front
    M the unfortunate luck
    nam<
    iftermsth of it all is
    ' Kit A : .
    But the ra ems lomi I
    I 1 re that he is now ]
    Yi it 9
    md
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    C'": j" ffOULO BE ,r .,, f .
    1 Miam 1
    ; : .- rop this asp
    " > fascinatii
    e ti pted to considei
    m as an aspect 1
    t to I ier. there
    that he sought to
    litj Against this v.
    *' : v N effectivel]
    - : arm, himsa I
    t his compile.;> in the
    .\ million Jews will Lm jump with laughter in:.> -
    11". can n I j 1 il than the man wi
    *-'' ri" "* '' Perhaps il is .-: |
    -- the :.:-: question of a 1 u decid
    " '' -'' answer' And anyway, whose opix>:
    1;"w is it op| to play host to rabbis? Arvi h<
    " ':: rtunisti< l 1 appear on the radio man-* show
    rhese questions suggest fascinating possibilitiea as reph.
    TJ'L" man 'on with respect to dropping his audience ol
    pots. anti-Semites, nervous patriot- and enenwed censervativ.
    more lucrative panoply of imaginative, provocative, and socia
    Jew-; the rabbinic need for exposure I am now ready to 1
    .t Of the Eichmann case
    : .:.
    THf TALMUDIC HAl9%PUniUi fXCUStD
    pOR THE TRUTH of the matter 1- that there are far more fastc
    ones a deai p .- the continuing argument over the :
    ' the trial procedure. Here Jews particularly, abound Some
    long them, do an excellent job of characterising Isra.
    nal criminal Eichmann, by contrast achieve
    ' : n line with the intellectual
    in-Jeuishneasandthe Younser InteUi
    v' nentan that Judaism
    mentahsm Heaven forbi I, what can be less indicative of in:
    sm than
    . Iir" here musi sentimental about "the" law
    k Jew better assert h,- ol
    \J' in the matter of the St
    . Vl' : The trouble here, of course, lies ii 1
    hould have, humamtj and not 1 1
    N' '-'rant some of nn (
    Eichmann, implorwg them
    cribe the -mell of the c
    ifter all, Jews, even :
    '" like the tender-aged wist n
    Younger [ntellectuals." find
    ' hands <*H' replete with Tal
    : excused,
    there the amorphous humai
    I n trial a
    ' 1 he i..-: instance I I :
    tism ol such a
    ' to. v ...... What couni
    televised, and published tl 1
    tones cameras, and newspapei p
    THt CHAD CADYA' Of IT ALL
    I
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    " ein poim little
    ned Ubidinal drives l
    ited legal rights
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    rrect the viee b) 1 h
    n th. vraei ,n Jewish Cosgi
    K*'r vs. II hm tnd ,.; ,,,,
    v 1 and Lei ^ niments 1 rrentlj
    crcul .,,. \,m.ni,, ., ,......___
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    lentally. isitrankanu-SemiUsm:
    I li E chmann the unclerdog-a man hunt)
    ew for alleged crimes committed waj bi
    8 with the Elmo Bergen noe '",,, ,,
    -how-: in who started out tr upon Whose microphones he now plsys ho-i 10 '-


    Friday. April 14. 1961
    -Jmisi fhridtot,
    Page 5-A
    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR-
    Bible Clear on Murderer's Punishment
    ert Frost (center). America's "poet laureate," makes it a
    roint to visit the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Cen-
    ter at Kiryat Hadassah during his recent stay in Israel. Here
    iost is shown with Dr. Ernst Nebenzahl, chairman ol the Hc-
    assafa Medical Organization's advisory board (left), and Dr.
    : k Karpas. deputy director-qeneral of the Hadassah Mediccl
    ;anization. The Medical Center will be opened on Jur.e 6.
    B'nai B'rith Federation of Florida Slates
    Weekend Convention in St. Petersburg
    er anniversary convention of Kh Hurwiti, Sam Jaffe, Al Kri.s
    Florida state Federation of lt.r M w Palmer, Col. Sidney H.
    B'rith Lodges will be held raInur Martin parnes, Marvin
    weekend al the Colonial Inn
    s- Petersburg Beach The State "rlman. Sam Mhindlcr. Abe
    , deration is made up of 24 lodges Slern and flyman Stern, repre -nt-
    Honda, and represents some m Sholem Lodge.
    mi in hers.
    EDITOR. Tho Jewish Floridian:
    Judges, and studervts of interna-
    tional law raise numerous ques-
    tions on the legality of the Kith-
    mann trial.
    Who shall judge him?: The Bible
    in the Book of Numbers, provides
    the answer The redeemer of the
    blood of the victim has the priority
    of judgment. Who shall redeem the
    blood of the six million Jews if not
    ho people of Israel?
    Israel was not a State during the
    crimes: His crime was again.-t hu-
    manity and not against a State.
    Furthermore, the Talmud Sanhed
    rin B8a quotes a precedent that it
    a dime of murder was committed
    prior to the Temple, and the mm-
    , mal was judged when the Temple
    was built, his judgment is legal.
    The reason is that while execution
    of punishment is not fcasihlc. the
    crime and the punishment do not
    cease to exist
    Genocide: Mass murder has its
    preceder.: in the Book of Jeremiah,
    I telling about Nebu/radan the mass
    slaughterer. Mass murderers do rot
    need previous warning of the se-
    verity of their crime- because by
    the second murder they have lost
    their innocence.
    The capture of Eichmann: Kich-
    mann sinned against humanity,
    and Argentina is also included
    among the people against whom
    Eichmann sinned, and therefore he
    could not have been legally or mor-
    ally protected by the Argentine
    l government The Bible again pro-
    vides the rule in th<> Hook of Exo-
    dus "that lrom my altar you shall
    remove the murderer and put him
    ;to death" The capture of a crim-
    inal according to the Bible is al-
    , ways legal.
    What shall be his punishment?:
    ; If he shall be found guilty by law.
    he shall meet with the regular pun-
    isbment provided by the authorities
    of the sovereign State of Israel. He
    shall not be judged by a religio is
    court because religious courts i
    not function in matters of crime
    What is the purpose ot the trial?:
    We can see in this trial the coming
    of the Messiah. The Prophet Isaiah
    said: "Zion shall be redeemed bj
    judgment" "Ami there shall
    come the day when the redei m< rs
    of Israel shall ascend upon the
    mountain of Zion and shall judge
    the mountain of Esau, and the
    Kingdom shall return to the Lord."
    The Eichmann trial will climax the
    independence of Israel, since it
    conies on the 13th anniversary <:
    the State ot Israel, which is the He-
    brew year ot Bar Mit/vah. the age
    of religious maturity. I see in this
    trial a new beginning, not only for
    the world but also for the State ol
    Israel, that from now on its ma-
    turity will be based on religion i
    faith With the Eichmann .:..
    redemption may come to peoi i
    .... generations who have shed in
    cent blood After the prone.r.
    ment of guilt and acceptance
    punishment, the human race v
    be able to proclaim universal b
    thcrhcH.,1. Let us call the I
    m0nr. trial a cleansing of the
    ;.: humanity.
    RABBI TIBOR H. ST t -.
    Miami Beach
    Golden Ring Club
    Plans Celebration
    Miami Bt ach Golden Rinf C i
    v. ill celebrate the Bar Mitzvi I
    Israel on Monday, al the K
    h i at l p.m., in cooperatu:
    StaU ol Israel Bonds.
    Haskel La/ere. W< "
    . -. n director ol the Israel B '.
    Orgi niza ion. will speak en Is-
    rael's accomplishments. L. y
    Blue will entertain on the ...
    ion with Israeli songs,
    The committee include s \
    Goldberg, chairman, and S ;
    Simon. Jacob Goldsmith, Rose
    kow, David Kass and Max > r;
    enburg.
    \t the convention's opening ses
    on Saturday evening, after a
    ie by St. Petersburg Beach
    ir Grover Criswell, delegates
    nests will hear a talk by key
    ti speaker Burnett Roth, of Mi
    It. ach Both, a noted attorney
    . listrict commissioner of B'nai
    : th's Anti-Defamation League, is
    authority on religion in
    i i' ; ublic schools.
    Newly elected officers of the
    cst lcd9e will be installed. In-
    calling officer for the Louis A.
    CcSeo Lcdje officers will be
    S.irvuel Nieberg, of Miami, presi-
    of the State Federation.
    Heading the slate to be installed
    I Mi ten Ja>anotf as president.
    et '< i mei tni_s
    Sui i< j Mon
    up Gu -- at the
    . n II i"' Louis
    : i. iidenl -i District
    . ... and Julius Fi.sht r
    -i > r tary.
    'ie convention will
    installation banquet on Mou-
    nt \i w \ elected state of-
    ii be installed David c.or-
    "i st Petersburg, president
    iicel v:(l t.ike office as president
    i atured spi aker at the banquet
    "< world-renowned columnist
    Drew Pearson. In charge of re-
    rvations is Prank KleinfeM, 533
    in st. n st Petarsburg.
    al delegates attending the
    Convention will be Harry Bulkin.
    >.>m Kru-dman. Harry Goodman,
    JWV Rejects Va.
    Stand on Charter
    Continued from Page 1-A
    'rail, who apparently does not
    appreciate what the term public
    policy' means."
    The Jewish War Veterans be-
    have Nazism to be a "foreign,
    subversive ideology" which waged
    'ggressive warfare against
    America and which was adjudged
    criminal by subsequent interna-
    "onal legal tribunals and U.S.
    Military Courts. Recognition of
    Nazism as "legal," according to
    ?be Veterans, is "tantamount to
    desecrating the graves of those
    Virginians who died fighiir.g Na-
    *ism."
    r had noted in his earlier
    mmunication to the Governor
    that the Nazi movement in Vir-
    ginia is bated in Arlington near the
    1 S. National Cemetery where lie
    I 'iried many American soldiers
    *ho died to crush Nazism.
    "He Gave His Life For New Hopes Of Human Liberty
    ??
    Francis Salvador. English gentleman, was
    the first Jew in the new world to hold an
    elective office, and the first to die on the
    battlefield in the cause of American
    independence.
    Salvador had come to Charleston. Sout h
    Carolina, in 1773 to develop and farm
    large land hoi.lings U longing to his uncle.
    His talent for leadership in the cause of
    American freedom and independence was
    soon felt. In 177-1 he was elected t<> the
    first South Carolina Provincial Congress,
    and when the Republic of South Carolina
    was created, Francis Salvador was ap-
    pointed a commissioner to help set up
    courts, a currency system, and state elec-
    tion districts. Though not a lawyer, he also
    helped draft the first state constitution.
    When the Tories and their hired Indian
    allies began to harass the freedom-seeking
    colonists, burning their fields and destroy-
    ing their homes. Salvador took up his
    musket and led a force against them. On
    the night of July 31, 1776. near his plan-
    tation at Coronaca Creek, he was am-
    bushed, scalped, and killed. He was but
    thirty years old when he died.
    But his memory lives on. The state of
    South Carolina has erected a memorial
    tablet on which are inscribed these mov-
    ing words an epitaph of which any
    patriot could be proud:
    "Born ati aristocrat, he became a demo-
    crat; an EngHihman, h* east his lot with
    America; true to his ancient faith, he gave
    his life for new ho/m oj human liberty
    and understanding."
    First with the Finest Cigarettes
    throuQh Loniiard research


    Poge S-A
    *jist rkridisr
    Fridcry April U,
    >Sfcl
    I eveiopments in West Germany s growina Jewish community
    and the reestabkshment of B'na: B'rith in that country were
    c.scussed here recently by Mayo: Willy Brandt of West Berlin
    (right) and B'r.ai B'rith president Label A. Katz durinc Brandt's
    visit to the U.S. A B'nci B'rith lodqe was chartered in Frank-
    tun last month.
    Algeria Reports Terrorism
    Against Jewish Community
    jtaBy D rfct Teletype
    ilERS Several acts <>; anti-
    Jewish terrorism wore reported
    " --.:> from varn [Al-
    geria At thi farm time French
    it-med officially rumors
    schoi i teacher un-
    < arri st for p ssession of a bemb.
    had beei i death.
    hi Oraa a Jewish po i man
    I ger Bittoun. was attacked by an
    d terrorist wl
    i telj jammed Bittoun fought off
    '" i gunman w ho, how i r n .
    > ape.
    At the seme time, a bomb was
    ".--own into a store owned by
    Brother Jew in Oran, Maurice
    *-t.ni. It was the second time
    that this store has been damaged
    by bombing. In the small town of
    Rivet, south of Algiers, two Jew-
    ish workmen were among several
    persons injured when a hand gre-
    nade was lobbed into a restau-
    rant.
    The denial concerning the al-
    death of the Jewish school
    her was announced in all pa-
    rt r> and on the radio Tuesday
    The man is M. Ghnassia who, a<
    np to the widelj circulated
    eg* been tortured
    ath while in prison "
    announct men! >ta:cd
    Ihasi.....ad others arr< -'<
    with him "are all in normal
    ih."


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    Court Upholds Bonn Nix on Legal F*
    ,\K- ITA Th<
    -:.;:At Court
    . west Ger-
    ma
    : Dr Rol i rl S< r
    - f Nazi A
    i
    Dr Servatius
    against th< legal sectioi I
    .'.!- Ger i foreigt otfic<
    Eich
    !. t West
    ~. .
    bee i
    a en
    : l
    .
    Dr. &
    the court cost s
    Dr. Servatius received a corr-
    mitment from the Government
    of Israel to pay a fee of S20.000
    to him. He said later that if the
    West German Government ac-
    cepted his claim, he would return
    the Israeli payments.
    The Evangelical Press Service
    published .. report that the Fedi
    ernment had refused to pa> i >r
    Eichmann's defense "to show all
    the world that this man by his
    crimes has excluded himself 1;
    the community of the German
    people."
    The church publication also in
    dicated a belief that official help
    was denied to avoid "the least im-
    pression that K.chmann is regard
    ed in the Federal Republic as -
    fellow citizen, even of the most de-
    generate sort "
    The German Press Agency mean
    while distributed an interview gn
    en to its ci rre^pondent by Isra<
    Prime Minister David Ben Cur
    lescribing Nazi Germany as :h<
    principal defendant in the Eich-
    mar.n trial.
    Declaring that the Eichmann
    trial must not spoil relations h
    tween Israel ar.d West Germany,
    Mr Ben Gurion said "We n
    beware if all racial theories. We
    all v. -:.:,.::. tor our actions
    i ..' t must not -. ( c rum
    i I the fathers upon the childre
    He added :h.;t Chancellor Konrad
    Adenauer and West Berlin Mayor
    Willj Brandt have nothing in com-
    mon with the leaden of the Third
    h "
    Th<- Prime Minister emphasized
    wt want pre- nt-daj Get
    know what happened and
    s why the trial is taking plac<
    He added that what happened in
    Nazi Germany might havi
    pined in any country 'and this -
    why it .- aecessarj tell thi
    ;id of ti.i angers v: anti S
    A i police rej
    n ities indi- reported I
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    Friday. April 14. 1931
    Jen i St Fkrijiifon
    Page 7-A
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    d\
    JWV Leader Begs Off from Civil War Meet
    t
    By Special Report
    WASHINGTONA veterans lead-
    er who is a member of the Vi\ >rj
    Council of the tf.S Civil War Cen-
    tennial Commission ha- made
    known he will not attend the forth-
    coming ceremonies at Charles
    B.C.. commemorating the firing
    on Fart Sumter, because f racial
    discr minati m
    lea !.j: I is >p i F B irr
    national executive director of the
    Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.,
    the nation's oldest veterans :
    gantifttiaap
    In a letter to Gen. U.S. Grant,
    III., chairman of the Centennial
    Commission, Barr c:ted "the
    failure to give equal treatment
    to all Americans" participating
    in the forthcoming celebration
    a reference to discrimination af-
    fect'~g a New Jersey delegate 3?
    the Negro race.
    Barr told Gen. Grant that a rea-
    son he would n>t attend-w^r* that
    "I do n it believe it -hould be n
    the duty of the Federal Got
    ment to provide places of accorm
    lation persons of any minority,
    of any race, creed, or color, any-
    in the Uniti I St ites 1
    participating in an affair >l I a
    kin i "

    Albert Pallot (center), chairman of the citv beautification
    tommittee, read3 2 message from Mayor Robert King High pro-
    aiming Apr. 5 a- Arbor Day, which marked the start of the
    ke M.ami Beautiful Contest scheduled to run through luly 4.
    Members of the committee are (left to right) Mrs. Helen Alpert,
    ^rs. Lizabeth MarteU. Mrs. E. Arthur Evans, Pallot, Donald
    ler and Vincent rerrara. Mrs. Evans is contest chairman.
    [Eichmann Reported to Know
    'ite of $750 Million Treasure
    PARIS (JTAAdolf Eichmann may be the sole living man who
    \*< the location 1' $750,000,000 in cash and treasures hidden by the
    regime after thing the Jewish victims, the French newspap-er
    r:> I'r* .-e" report 'i lie week.
    Declaring that .: received ita information from Israeli sources the
    rspaper stated 1944, Kichmann. with the help of other Nazi
    pened bank iccounta in Switzerland. One account. No 2279.
    i lly opened 1" the National Bank ot Berne Another acco
    I 154 was reportedly b 'he Swiss Banking Union. There waa aileg I
    .1 third secret account
    The first two <*- in 'he name of Hans Eichlemarn, a pi*udor\ym
    Eichmann, whi^e rS* third account was said to be in th rw-n o*
    \*m Leers, forme- Nasi expert on anti Jewish persecutions, who is
    a "Jewish expa.-r" in Cairo, employed by the United Arab Smjo-
    The three cash BCCOWIltt reportedly aggregate S1.2S0.0OO in Swiss
    tncs.
    Accord ng to Par.; Presse. Eichmann. entrusted in 1944 with the
    ot hiding various Jewish treasures, also took charge of many vj'.u
    t* buried in a forest near the Austrian village of Maria Erueldorf.
    Be trea>ures were reportedly buried by Russian prisoners of a:
    |manded by a hi^h Nazi, who ordered the Russians killed to hide the.r
    " Later, it is all tged, Eichmann had those treasure* reburied. and
    |U now supposedly the only man alive who knows where they ire
    These valuables, the Paris Presae said. mcluJed a large ran-)m
    tn to the Nazis by the Rothschild family in payment f->r the lives
    Miie members >f the Rothschild family Now. the paper added,
    would like to recover at least some of the mone> and valuables
    I fron Jewish ctims by the Nazi regime, and hopes to achieve
    eovi > by con\ -.4 E.chmann.
    Israel Rejects Jordan's UN
    Complaint of April Parade
    Continued from Paga 1-A
    in- Lourie, Israel's icting per-
    '.ent rtpresenta'.v t > the I'm-
    k- Nations, rephei to the Jor-
    Iman charges. The parade. Mr.
    )ir:e a&sored the Council, "will
    >ve under the watchful eyes of
    1 ted Nations observers and, no
    ^ubt. of numerous foreign cor
    1 indents and visitors All this
    luipnun having passed briefly
    review, is to be removed in a
    fatter ot hours.." He stressed that
    1 equipment will be without am-
    on and that, because Jeru>.i
    Mi 1- ti close to the international
    ' in ati in line, no aircraft will
    f !'.iH in the para le
    rtr. Rifai's Insistence that the
    1 m Israel Mixe I Armistice
    nmissii n had alrea ly, >n Mar
    - mned" r :t* pa-
    . the Isra isked the
    '1 whether 13 I true
    ainani ne in-
    :i de
    H listed four separate occa-
    ^s 'n the last 15 months when
    paraded military ma-
    >'*'>\ in the Old City o Jtrusa-
    Iti
    be
    with no comp'a nt by Israel
    cause it was certain these Jor-
    *n,n Parades violated the arm-
    Jtlfea ag/eement on* technical-
    fad is laid Km issador
    "thai this 1 in >t the
    Government, as it well
    knows, is without t h e slightest
    foundation. Israel's borders with
    Jordan have In the past four years
    been calmer and less troubled ".han
    at any time previously Mr. Lou-
    rie called attention to the fact that
    there were other, mare serious
    violations of t h e 1949 armistice;
    agreement for which Jordan was'
    clearly responsible.
    He recalled that Jordan still does;
    not allow Israel free acceei to its
    Holy Places in Jordanian territory
    and chokes off resumption of nor-
    mal functioning "of the cultural
    and humanitarian Institution of
    Mount Scopus He suggested that!
    the Council should refer the com-
    plain: back for recons.deration by j
    the Mix.'.I Armistice Commission.!
    Valerian A. Zonn. permanent re-
    presentative ol the Soviet Uni
    then addressed the Council, telhi
    the bod) thai the MAC decision has
    already bl <'ii maile against la
    and that ":her< has beer, a breach
    of the armistice agreement
    thermore, he Insisted, Israel's dele-
    gate had not denied the viola
    nor promised that his Government
    would desist from stagir-i the mili-
    tary parade.
    He called upon the Council to j
    support Jordan's "elementary" re-
    quest for support of the MAC
    to help prevent the Government Of
    Israel "from any a'-tenr
    late the armistice agreement '
    the decision of the MAC."
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    Friday. April U,
    1961
    IsraeiJvdges' Objectivity Questioned
    v i ih mann should b ,,,..
    S :te Attorney Richard Gerstein .center1 and Sam A. Goldstein
    : jht receive expression of appreciation from Sam Levenscr.
    Jc; their chairmanship ol the dinner in Levenson's honor here
    H :eatly by shaiing the plaque with them.__________________
    JVS Seeks Work For Disabled
    Continued Trom Page I A
    line o! aroum'i bv remnding
    the court that the West German
    Federal Reoublic had accepted
    respons bility" for the actions of
    Naii Germany sr.d was paying
    reparations. He claimed that
    weld op'.nicn had ju-ced Eich-
    mann t0o has'ily, ard asserted
    thjt Eichmann was ce--tair.ly r;t
    a top-lovt-l war cr,m
    thr Njr,> nberg He j i '-- <"
    br'e's '-
    . he Had r,"id.
    e
    -- I
    ;>-..\ e to I
    ui ler pres?
    t \alut V i
    hidin-: tor 13 years
    I. Ruskm. presi '
    ish Vocational Service, a"
    i I Wedn< -(lay that the
    i e< "ly held it> first staff con-
    > n< with eight handica
    , i considered t'r admissi
    * the project i esigni I to d<
    e the feasibility of returning
    c r disabled work) rs back to
    j. fu! employment.
    j ram, spons r< part
    mt from the Fe leral
    'tailed 'in M;ir I
    i itinue for three years
    Of the eight interviewed, four
    vcre accepted for a work evalua-
    te and training program at the
    . < vish Vocational Service work-
    >cp, two for immediate selec-
    i e placement in the regular job
    rrfrket, and two considered as
    r-c* ready for employment of any
    k -d at this time.
    JVS projeet staff, headed
    )r Michael Goodman, exetu
    i director of the agency, in
    - D maid s Block, JVS ^rk
    shop director; Arthur S.i-- and
    George Park, vocational counse
    . Harrj Kissner, >rk>hop
    ireman; Dr Norman Borken.
    >ultant; I>r C Le
    Phil;;- research i and
    Mrs Liihai, Berns. .-<
    per.
    \\ illiam T' mes is liaison re-
    tive of the Division of Vo-
    cational Rehabilitation, and I.
    rves :n the same ca|
    i la State En
    Sen ice All applicants i
    . ..' into the program ar<' screened
    through the project staff
    The JVS program in Miami i>
    the first of its kind in U
    and the results will be utilizi
    leveloping similar projects
    throughout the nation.
    anly. ar.i especially I
    : ...
    r '
    The attorney i I by ai
    his intei tioi
    .i> hi^ first '' itnesse
    operation [iccr ind t
    t of the El A
    hi> cot tenti
    been kidnaped. Then n>
    >aul. m ul I be imp >rl i I i
    minii I court's
    Attorney General Gideon Haus-
    ner, chief of the prosecution, an
    swered the German attor-e,
    point bv point. He cpe~ed his
    reply with a brief reference to
    the decision of Mm United Natisns
    Security Council not to request
    Israel to return Eichmarn to Ar-
    gentina, thus implying that Israel
    had the right to put the prisoner
    on trial.
    cable
    ' I :"t'
    the 1
    i v i
    it in i
    ..'.- i.-.lli
    itto Bin-
    .... .... .,, j,
    e--e expects voj fa be reu
    i -he charge of the
    the A*-
    . G -rr ?> > d th- three
    "0r> He contrary/ he
    a it any .ja.-e cc-'d re-
    ra< In r?^ar to vjch an
    : > d be dis-
    Yeu a'? hJwever, ex-
    pi :ted to corduct thi fairest trial
    jr: tc uv'ge according to the
    '. .-ence prestnttd to yev."
    '
    i

    \ < .....1H
    red
    HI |l
    - '
    [>rajl pay for I
    ! ; -
    Servat ius
    Minister ol Jus-
    -r n
    ise it was in
    - i i'. ir-i

    ; Sen at ius 1 tried to ex
    about the
    Hi said
    .' I Jew
    idge tryin the my ol
    .- pe >p e On ry, he
    I ; the exist)
    Fewish State to trj Eich-
    mann should be
    :.- the
    *ai arguable
    i
    Attorney Genera! Hiusn,,.^
    took exception tj t^e del*!*
    claim it was hanc.capped be-
    cause it could not br.-q witneisn
    to the court. If D- Servjtiui
    really had Germar wttnessti
    with relevant testimony, y.,
    Hausner declared, be was pr.
    pared to implement lh i9| j,
    sistarce agreemen' .-. Es-n so
    that these witnesses co d cs be-
    fore a Get man i 3ertrny
    to testify and to be o ;ibearrnv
    e^ by an Israel rstprese tativt.
    D; Set' iti

    I
    . a-.' oi tin '
    incrimtnati

    The Attornt
    , n and i
    to dispose
    as to th
    :- used
    ii.inn into the court
    TENSE NERVOUS
    HEADACHES
    call for
    STRONGER Yet SAFER
    ANACIN
    Won't Upset The Stomach
    Arm in I not only I -,"'.
    fetter relief front |
    but : !> tmftr. V* I as
    ., !-, mi I h- P" b I cf! i. Yd
    ee. Anacin la tike a loctor't pi*
    ; >n. !"hi ia, A- !
    not juut > roml
    medically proven, active ii
    Scientific research ha
    itnglr drug cn give IU
    uch afe relief a Anacin i*oltt
    THE MAN WITH
    THE MOUSTACHE
    No. Shore Will
    Install Finegold
    An Israel Bar Mitzvah celebra-
    tion and installation of Kzra Fine
    gold as president for another term
    of the North Shore District. Zion-
    ist Organization of America, will
    be included at a special meeting
    Tuesday evening in Temple Ner
    Tarn id Auditorium
    Rabbi Eugene LabovitZ. of Tem-
    ple Ner Tamid. will be installing
    officer, and Rabbi David Shapiro
    of Temple Sinai in Hollywood, will
    be guest speaker.
    Cantor Samuel Gomberg ha- pre-
    pared a special musical program
    The newly-elected oficers will be
    honored at a social hour following
    the program
    He challenged a statement by Or
    Servatius that the attornej had
    asked West Germany to a~k i r
    Eichmann's extradition No extra
    dition request had been received
    by th<' Israel Government, he de-
    clared.
    "At thi> moment." he told the
    court, "no one but the State of
    Israel wishes to try Eichmann it
    i.n not the Jewish people who will
    try Eichmann here, but many who
    are not here, including millions <"
    neutral.-, will sit in judgment upon
    him."
    The Attorney General counter!
    the defense claim that the
    might be influenced unfairly b)
    tremendous interest in the case bj
    declaring that the fact th<
    being held in the lull glare of world
    publicity was the strongest g
    tee of the fairness <-f the trial
    He noted that this was the

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    Friday. April 14. 1961
    ^Stnist IFk rid/fain
    Page 9-A
    Jews He Would Murder, Judge Him
    JER1 SALEM JTA -1 Hi- firsl public!) spol i d out the morni n. Hi lo I
    session of the trial ol Adolf since he was broug srael las) like a i
    Eichmann here i sti uted a sci le Ma> was a "jawohl." made in repl> erdashi mmy in his i
    of tl mpact. tol formal question froi J Mice ling suit. H tures ten I
    when thi \re you Adolf. son ol -f"'"' '' hal i I iu in-
    ever to be faced single mortal. Kai inn?" The reply was
    was rea .. cha hn inn witl into Hel n it as the
    rutting h stoi > osl quesl
    I of the hosts for the Isn Mitzva! er to take
    on May 17 at the Fo-itaineblecu hotel under the auspices
    Greater Miami Israel Bond committee d role
    r event. From left are lack Katzman, Leo Eii ... Sid-
    i
    isin, and Dr. M:iton Lubair.
    Greater Miami Pushes Plans for Bar
    Mitzvah Year Independence Celebration
    \ i reater '' prep in to
    ! : Jewi. th<
    B /vah of the S ite ol Isi ti I
    on '' e lne*da> May 17.
    i\ ntaine i i hotel, dinner
    m.i.i. i \ Revitz an-
    i an ini it i in the for
    inner i
    Civ.I Servants
    Oppose Special
    Jewish Council
    Ccntinutd from Psgs 1-A
    sed to their own
    to c tunterblanee tin1
    | whu-h \h--\ contended did
    In
    . ol Moroccan JeWT) and
    er "hat the principle- of
    Revitz sen i
    will be m. through the
    meml ers ol thi < >1 hosl -
    h will ii". .i!. up tabli foi I le
    dinner Nat hosts wi!
    included w.\ tl I irmal in
    so thai in\ itees w il
    to spei ify tl M al w hose table
    they wish ti
    The Israel Bk Mitxvah dinner,
    which is as well the opening of
    the Greater Miami Israel Bo^d
    dirner of the year, nas -een
    designated as the occasion for
    inauguration of SamuH Friedland
    as Greater Miami Israel Bond
    chairman.
    RcviU pointed out thai the host
    ..committee will represent a cross-
    1 section of leaders and devoted com-
    mittee workers of Miami Among
    those ir.\ ited to sen we:
    sa\ ;i : rime- gain t the
    I I
    tj
    at
    th
    i e Court Jus
    : Benja
    H the Jeni
    Yitzhak
    i
    i German
    I ut for the

    i rtifici tes I ilestini
    . viosl
    ind Vitzhaks lone to
    S caus
    In the glass enclosed, bullet-
    proof box sal tha .hin-lipped de-
    fendant, a rnan without a coun-
    try, spurned by his own people,
    his defense paid by his accusers.
    There was ro trace in his manner
    of the Naxi "Herrenvo'k" arro-
    gance or power as he siood lis-
    tening to the readinci of the bill
    of indictment by Justice Landau.
    He occasionally would wet his
    lips rr swallow sightly. At the
    mention of the various Nazi mur-
    e*er c^mos, his I'ps contracted
    slightly. When the indictment re-
    called that the Nan muider ma-
    chinery was particularly active
    on Sa'urdays and Jewish holi-
    days, a slight twitcn vos observ-
    er1 in his cheeks.
    man for him He r<
    affirmative when he was
    i t hr was beiirg represe
    ;;. Di Rob 11 Sen atius his chiel
    i : Dieter Wcchtei bruch,
    coui rhi
    the |
    p.ey i Gide Ha -
    I n was
    : 'i isr
    e ". >- tl erimi l the
    e ai
    a ir crimes under IS
    int.- Eacl il is trans-
    G rman as il was read
    i
    During Dr. Servatius' argu-
    ments aqair.st the competence of
    the court and en various subtle-
    ties of international law, Eich-
    mann apparently feigned atten-
    tion. He either stared into no-
    where or looked slightly to the
    left as if ti avoid the eyes of
    Deputy Attorney General Yaacov
    Baror, the bearded skull-capped,
    Frankfurt-born scion of the Breu-
    er family, founders of the Agudat
    terrup e with a
    request to im ive I
    the counsel' > Germai 1
    brew
    Bet re I pi i of I
    Street, a
    r, the Bell
    convert I,
    w atel
    and windows Hit
    I
    .
    kiss streets
    i
    l
    to mai .
    At nearby Ratisbonne Hall, the-
    court p'oceedings were televised.
    Admission was free en a firs*-
    come, first served basis. Sixtf-
    five oersors wer in line when
    the doors'opered at 7:30 in fh#
    morning and all of the 670 seats
    were cccjpied by 8:45 a.m. The
    audience was bushed and atten-
    tive even during the reading of
    the lengthy indictment. Specta-
    tors who talked were immediate-
    ly shushed by their neighbors.
    Israel.
    '.'.any of the world press and
    Whether Eichmann was brooding other media correspondents appar-
    he riddle of Jewish existence entiy chanaed their minds after
    or the fate ol his "final solution." hearing si n They
    which took the lives ol one out ol had expressed themselves before
    every' three Jews then living, may lne session .- ul ius a
    never be known. But one thing was venue an(j pUrpos< of the trial,
    certain: wherever he turned |n the Many openly expressed se I
    improvised hall of his judgment, he thoughts at thi noon recess ..nd it
    ,.,,.. ,-_, ,--.. ..... b-i-hi saw signs ',f ,h"' soverein Jewish appeared to be taken for grant! I
    ., ,:';' State, ranging from the gilded ;that the trial was historical!) I
    5 ..... He leaned Menorah hanglng directly bch,nd objectively appropriate. Thi- ap
    SS lo kingu2 ^;J;riiiU- ,H',ll!- Ul the-"e parently Blso appeared"''"
    audienc of corresponden Irom
    all over the world .ind diplomats
    from man>
    hi- gaze on the court bench. He
    -tood *::h all Others when the
    I. ai mav prevail over those
    I ;. atism." They argued that
    congress would bring together
    [j and Ifoslema not only from
    lMm:1.1 but also from abroad.
    M !'ii v .: in<> in. I Vni In, R
    W \ .-. I. i-i :> \i III, M*> i \
    Kaxkln Ma> Hauei Ti.....1..... B<
    man, M-ni- Mi. n*nf Sam Blank, t.- a l Rwir, Jack v
    i 'anii ii Jai k Cm I "> i !* > 'hui -
    i-nw>k! It Rill "ohb. .1' --ii fi
    11.<11 Cohud i \i '' i ul-.
    Irvli i: f*j pen, I I I I '' Mai I '
    \ peal to Morocco's perma- ,. i. j... covrnv,
    the Initcd' \nhui i.....
    on the shoulders Of the view taken by previously skeptical
    two Israeli police guards who flank- [graelis.
    ed him in the box. to the words ---------------------
    , but keeping indictment. which rolled out .. f.., I
    In the tongue of the Hebrew WUIS6 WlSC Chapter
    prophet.-. Louise Wise chapter. American
    Except when he donned or re- Jewish Congress, helc a "get-
    judges walked into the chamber
    and from that time on he remained
    standing looking stiffly at the
    judges only.
    moved his earphones. Eichmann re- together" luncheon and card party
    mained almost motionless through- Friday noon at the National hotel.
    i t n presentative at
    I- ,. i ..i n Sun
    . Unrfman, I- Bl natrtn, I...... Kll
    l)r El Medhi ben Aoouo. ,. u, .,. |,, \-, ;......,, c,i. i..
    .-.. kf. II. hi !' !!'..' \ i' I
    |<\pri-.ng the hopes Of the Cana
    Id .hi Jewish communits that Mo
    i v .11 treat ii- Jewi ith lair-
    li -- .- tent this week by Sam
    i Bi nfman, pre-ident of the
    |< anai an Jewish Congress.
    Poi ng out in hi- letter that
    - late King Mohammed V
    . I himsell in favor ot
    atmenl fur Moroccan
    Bronfman asked t h e
    ' ations representative to
    mi i >to his country's
    Hassan 11.
    i
    M i \ i-'. x. Mnrrl I \ "" > rl- I
    man, Mh urli Kui m n
    i lalbut, S..i I i
    > i. (turn .'-.-'.
    \t..i tin < N.-t
    Hi ii > .ri'. n. in s
    San ; ': i' i Ii Hal
    VIh.i
    Ma i'ii- ': "
    I.. '
    mh. .i ; ni
    in in ilail-wn
    [Jcssel Due Back
    For Cedars Drive
    <' Jeuel, making Cedars ol
    ILebai Hospital one ol hi- fore-
    i pi tanlhugies, will return to
    Mian i '<) be must of honor at a
    \\e-t\ -.'. Country Club dinner to
    1 hi J in behalt of the hospital on
    Mh n.
    Horn i.iry chairman Samuel Luby,
    x ;.; d co-chairmen Morns Lom-
    a-kin and Dr. Max Pepper, in a
    Join) .!- r.ouncement this week said
    t ul Jc&sel will make his .second
    appearance for the hospital "be-
    cause i f bis determination that
    Cedar i Lebanon be completed." sk
    i ;..i..... Caul i Allan ';
    i irtgi Hal Urei nli Vlt-vi
    . bi rg, u.i\ ': nw ikl ^!i
    | (.a
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    V) Mli Manual J.*.
    i.ff, i:. i n.ii.l K '/. Jaok KaU
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    \|... .: pi. l i -
    Ml.. H \.< i'n I-......
    I .1 l.lahi, Sam
    .. -i
    I...UI- \l. -.. ': i Mi -
    , |tin \'i' i Mi n m Mlnnv. v .1
    ,; K nil M
    Max Nnuii I V" i nrltl
    u i i.,-..M'/. I" Mi..-rt I'.iili.i Sam
    |-olla. k, Li' u s I" .rn. i. Samuel Ri ii
    i, | ,i ai. \ FJi -. Philip ftVvlta I i
    i.'iikin. c. 'i i.i i In lllnn i i lt< n
    i ,., ,,\, i;.... i r ii Ruaeii Max
    i:,.-,-ii. 1.. ul- K ii Ha k, K.i'
    ii Ruhin Hi Inmln
    i: ..mi. k, i... i iiniini. k, Dan B Ru-
    i. in. Ro.....
    Also, Jo* ;.li s.i. I.>. Jonhua s- sal
    1..1111 >. i bin, Imvld >' naki r, M i
    Shi n nun, .la- b ** i. AI Sherm hi,
    I -|. ,i HhiH-hi I i.....i' Slmlkln, Se> moui
    Sllvi-rman, W Ulam Sll\i ran n, Hurrj
    Sin,, nli.! I. Bam Sinn.nli.'il. In
    Sk..... Leonard S<>Iiimui. Ralph Spero,
    Nate Splegelman, Irving Stelnlauf,
    William Sloekhteln, II.....II ThUl I u
    lai'k Toppell, Ni ^ aldiman, i irl
    VVflnkle, Max w.iiz. Mauriee Zarei
    llarold /inn and Samuel Zliner
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    Friday. April 14. 1981
    U.S., Britain Refuse Seats at Eichmann Opener
    . ...... -._, -.1 .r, exempt from a rule that all turejnd murder pnjram
    ,KRUSALEM-lJTA-me^,awa1tedandcar-,:. MM -^^ ^
    of Adolf Eichmann opened In lerusnleni this week .od .as a djourned
    for the 24-hour official obs I V N* Memorial Daj ,
    victim, of the Nazi holocaust for which the former
    accused
    , interviews, "Eichmann and Israel,"
    shown over the Columbia Broij-
    astinj Systtm television tie
    _ although taped separately _
    __ : made him appear on the same plat
    ire and murder P~^"m '/^form with Dr. Elmer Be-get
    rial coverage extended to ra- American council for Ju
    - ....... Jy .,,,(j television, Including jn
    mus. undergo pen iry on the CM
    I- appeared -.he trial w luld '' I letWOTk
    A West Carman analyst wrote
    Neither Britain nor the United
    States accepted invitations sent by
    the Israel Government U> most
    countries to send observers to he
    trial staged in the Jewish Com-
    munity Center, the Bet Haam III
    Jerusalem Bntian indicate
    no desire to participate fh M
    ;i> explained this did n A -
    objtfcte I i Israel's i <- iat
    ihc trial
    Th United State* said it did
    not wish to take seats in the court-
    room which were in short supply-
    Eichmann was taken on Apr. 5
    to his special cell in Bet Hiam
    from the fortress near Haifa,
    where he had been held iblCO he
    was brought to Israel :as? May.
    The Be: H iam was
    ,bte fortress I r U\ trial in
    a detailed plan to ?-- ">" a"
    empt on Eicl '"' Glan1
    searchlights floo........>nd
    unna the nigh: h -
    juards arrying -'-"'
    .led ihe co i Md
    ire in
    which Eichmann 'ilir
    .,. ;.,. Only the thre | i Iges
    hearing the trial and liplomats
    Ben-Gurion Warns Tranquility
    On Border May be Illusory
    prosecuti in witnesses :l> *'
    start until the ,: t-'e
    second week >f the hearings I
    as considered poss il the
    .-. s tion. headed by Attorney
    General Gideon Hausner. migM
    t to three m i ths I i Pr its witnesses and its
    : cumentarj
    Wh fense c ansel R
    Servatius assistant. D
    Wechtenbruch, plan i
    defense witnesses, they will not in-
    clude tonr.fr SS men a
    hriuh returned from a trip to West
    Germany made especially for that
    purpose and reported that all ot
    the former SS men he approached
    refused to have anything to do with on with
    the case almost a
    He S3id the defense would call
    that "there will be no escaping,
    the trial for the ordinary Ger-
    man." The pre-trial events dom-
    inated the West German press.
    which sent a large delegation to
    join tl-e 430 newspapers, maga-
    xine, radio and television cor-
    respondents eove-lng the historic
    hearings.
    rhe Sew York IHrnea
    :: im B nn thai "the atl I i le ?!
    that was
    ,1 Hitler German is to Irs
    curtain over a past in which -1
    many were im iU fd Th.- younger
    generation says in rffect 'we had
    nothing to do with if an I looks
    dispass aa rt"-"-
    !f th > ep h was firmly
    buried m Germany's past history
    While recognhing Dr. Berg*.- %
    right To express hf Vpirrtonv 0-.
    Goldmann said: "It is, however,
    also my privilege to refuse to
    appear with Dr. Berger on a pre
    gram concerning the State 3:
    rael. At the time of the raping
    I had inquired about the I :-
    participants, but the name of D-.
    Berger was not mentioned to ma.
    It is to be regretted that C 3;
    found it impocssible to meet -
    subsequent request that rry pert
    be eliminated from the prog'j-
    Dr Joachim Print, pres I
    the American Jewish Con zr --
    Iso taped a portion
    iram. said he would no- have
    suited to appear if he ha I
    thai a representative of thi Amer
    can Council for Judaism would
    appear on the same pro-
    Continued from Page 1-4
    on what he termed the nee: for
    regional elections to aver, the lar-
    ger to democracy of t o a many
    splinter parties.
    The council of the Mapam Party
    also met this week and hear! Its
    general secretary. Meir Vn:
    speak on the ouster by Mr. Ben-
    Gurion of Pinhas Lavon as Hista-
    drut secretary general a- an mil-
    cation of "danger to Israel's le-
    mocracy
    He charged me ouster of Mr.
    Lavon was "only a foreword to
    the ousting of Mapam an<* Ach-
    dut AvodWh from the coalition."
    Me expressed regret that Aehdut
    Avodah had turned down Mi-
    pirn's proposal for a unified list
    for the election.
    ' M "" JIld ,Ull nothing :a do with the ?re-
    on other Israelis, whose names he
    did not disclose, in addition to Zvi ^.
    Zohar chief pilot of the El Al It- The T.mes ..f London wondered
    rael plane which brought Eichmann what effect the trial would have
    The deliberation- ol the Herut t0 Isrte|, and Yaacov Shimony. on the Jewish people and or. -
    ,.n> cov,,..... M .n men E, A, ch,e. ,. operauon, rjjLJJ. Tlmj. ** Jg
    B4* shock likely to be produced by the
    gruesome disclosures expected at
    he trial
    leader Menahem Beuin proposing
    that the chairman of the party be
    elected for one term only, that is,
    from one national cinference to
    another to encourage Introduction
    of -new blood into party leader-
    hip "
    Aryeh Altmann. a Herut Knesset
    member, created something ll a
    sensation when he told the con-
    vention that he did nol :h:nk his
    party could attain leadership of
    he nation and suggest* I 'ha- the
    A tremendous interest in
    Adolf Eichmann trial w a I
    played this week throughout the
    world in press, radio and television.
    A majority of American news-
    papers earned pre-trial article
    Eichmann and the Nazi mass tor-
    Dr. Sahum Goldmann. president
    of the World Z mist Drganixation.
    meanwhile issue 1 a statement ex-
    pressing rear- that the telecast
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    4/per to be Speaker
    Wiliam Alper, member ii the
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    Anti Defamation League, will dis-
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    Y/hHebrook Named President
    Charles H Whitebrook. vice pres
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    Advertising Club of Greater Miami
    for 1961-62. He served as president
    in 1*5960. and last month \\a-
    named 'Advertising Personality of
    the Year"
    regional elections
    The Herut convention also heard
    a demand for the suspension if
    all foreign currency restrictions |
    Addressing a session devoted to
    domestic economic and political
    i-sue> Knesset Deputy Binyamin
    Avniel also called for national et
    forts to improve production and
    packaging to put Israeli industry
    OB a competitive level with other
    ' countries on world markets. S're-
    sing the need to free the Israeli
    economy from the influence A
    pressure groups, Mr Avniel also
    proposed the establishment of a
    special ministry for economic plan-
    ning and coordination
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    'Hebrew Univ. Sabbath' to be Marked;
    Noted Solar Energy Expert Due Here
    inning session recently held by leaders ci the Israel Ear
    litzvah committee lor the celebration Scturdcy eveninc,
    '.. r. 22, at the Deauville hotel, honoring the 13th anniversary
    . the State ol Israel. Seated (left to r.ar.i are Louis Rudnick,
    1!:?. A. Arthur Pekelner. Al Oss:p. S:cnd.r,c cie Dr. Simon
    X ler.sky and Manuel Burstein.
    Zionist Council
    Plans Observance
    v fur l.i> t BOing, April 22. al
    Pativille hotel, will he the
    em >fa county-wide celebration
    noting the 13th anniversary oi
    Stat of Israel, presented under
    i Vices - itn Florida.
    ar Mitzvah service is planned
    the cooperation of the Rab
    I K$sn i>f Greater Miami
    State >f Israel, represented by
    i Consul Ifosne Leshem, will
    celebrant. A kosher -upper
    served, and there wil] be
    i. until midnight.
    man is Mrs
    .. S M Inick. 700 NE 29 ter .
    chairmen rcprcsentine consti-
    Zionist Council organizations,
    I as a oopei ating organiza-
    - ii Greater Miami, include:
    - B B G Stl .::. Mri l.<
    > i Sid lej Pozen, Mrs. Don-
    i :; M Herman Mintzer,
    l Cahn, Mamie! Bur
    Mrs Jubus Roaenatein, Mrs
    t Schwai :. MM s Sha
    Mrs So] hii H m-ard, Herman W< i
    and J seph Mechlow
    Judge Friedman to 5peok
    Judg< Milter A Friedman will
    ibi Fl< rida Stau Fed< ra
    tion ii B'nai I r:th convention in
    St, Petersburg this weekend He
    will a Ida M M -.> r. (l the con-
    vention. Judge rrieomar. has just
    returned from Baltimore, Md..
    where hi also addressed a Mary-
    land Stan I t .. ratil n t 1 B'r.a;
    B'rith rrt::r.f.
    Rabbi Feldman
    Will Officiate
    Raht L ; Iman, r. ted
    educat >.-.. lar, wil i
    at all Friday c vi
    services ol Miami
    Hebri m Congrcg; tion from Apr ;a
    through 27.
    Rabl formerly ol New
    V( rk, n< ;.. nninj t, in pi i
    mar. nt res-idi this area w ill
    ..:-. lecture ai I stud) gi
    on Bible a i Judai m Tucs-
    daj < < ng Apr. if
    Friday evening g< rvicei on Apr
    -: "... :: re\> Conj
    ni\ rs ol i; i tjenc<
    :. nd of
    *pr. 2f 29 .is' Hebrew I i
    sitj Sal: ath" was an this
    week bj :. M y< ran ivitz
    reatei M
    .
    . ... vho also is
    the ofl represi ativi
    meri< ihi lebrev
    rs ;
    rk this
    srael's
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    'From the time that Lord Bal-
    four participated in the historic
    opening ceremonies in April,
    1925, until todav, Hebrew Univer-
    sity has DaraMeled its remark-
    able physical growth with devel
    opment in educational stature,"
    Rabbi Abramowiti asserted.
    M st of thi n .. more than
    synagogues temples will de.
    a;l or part oi their sermon
    peri< ds Hebrew University, A
    0.000 campaign to complete
    the construction and equipment of
    im k cai : us is underway through-
    ut the Cnited States
    llij:hlif;h: ol the late April cele-
    bration will he the visit to Miami
    of one of Israel's leading scien-
    tists. Dr Harry Zvi Tabor. Since
    1954. Dr. Tabor has been director of
    the israei Government's solar en-
    ergy research program, and also
    director of Hebrew University's
    -olar energy research.
    He will deliver a major address
    to the National Academy of Science
    r, Washington on Apr 26. present
    a paper ..: t.-.t University of Wis-
    <1 laj and tl n .'.>
    t( to an .
    Dr. Tabor also is director of
    the National Physical Laboratory
    of Israel, which is housed in the
    Hebrew University. He is con-
    sidered one of the world's lead-
    ing experts on solar energy, and
    will meet with faculty members
    and students of the University of
    Miami during his visit here.
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    L Kanzer chapter ol
    N tional Jewish Civil Service
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    : each month at Beth El Congre-
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    Friday, APiU 14, 196l
    Beth Sholom Religious School Dedication
    Sunday Slates Principal Katz as Speaker
    Miami Beach High School Prin-
    cipal lrwin Katz. who at one time
    \*a< a teacner in lemple Beth SI10-
    loin's rdigioui school, will he
    speaker at the cornerstone cere-
    monies of the Temple's new reli-
    gious school on Sunday, 10:30 a.m.,
    in cording to an announcment by
    Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg.
    president of Beth sholom.
    The new school ;i 5 recent 1>
    completed, excepl for the laying of
    the cornerstone, which has just
    arrived from Israel. The new two
    itory school pro\ k!c> 15 classrooms
    in ."in area ft 11.260 - , e combim <1 into a single area
    for special occasioi -
    The landscaped center is air-
    ccndit'oned and sound-insulated
    for use at any time of the year.
    Plans are now being prepared
    by A. Herbert Matres, architect
    of the school, for a further ad-
    dition to Beth Sholom's facilities
    to provide for i administrative
    wing, library ard other facilities.
    Memorial Classroom donors
    spa -ked the campaign to raise the
    funds for the new school. They in-
    clude Sidney D tnain. Jack A Can-
    ti r, Abe C Fine, Max Goldhar,
    r"r. Samuel Oritt, Abraham .1 Paul,
    R. Preston Ti^ch. Nathan Wald-
    man, Harry Dinn rstein, WillUam
    Bornstein. William Segal, Paul dor-
    Morry B M 'iris. Charles Sil-
    vers Ken Markowitz. William Shan-
    ^MajSHHifl
    brun. Albert Reibel. David Ponvc
    and Leon J. Ell.
    Participating in the ceremonies
    Sunday will be the presidents of
    the Temple auxiliaries: Mrs. liar-
    m\ E. Kramer, president of Sis-
    terhood: David Drucker. Brother-
    hood president; Mrs. Joseph Pardo.
    PTA president: Judge Greenberg;
    and Mrs Norman .1. Ru-s. vice
    ihairman of the religion.- school
    board, in the absence ot the chair-
    man. Mrs. I.eon J Ell. Cantor
    David Convlser ..nil religious school
    children will al.-o participate.
    Class pictures and statements
    from class representatives, being
    prepared under the guidance of
    the religious school director, Her-
    bert C. Blcom, will be piac'd
    into a metal bcx of the corner-
    stone. Children of the school,
    from nursery to confirmation
    class of 5721, will be represented.
    Beth Sholom's spiritual leader is
    Rabbi Lion Kronish. under whose
    leadership the TempW ha- ::ron
    from its beginnings in a small store
    on -11 -t to the edifice which now
    serves the c< ngn gati< n and its new-
    school.
    The old administration building
    at -Jill Chase ave. Will he de-
    molished this summer to make way
    lor the new structure now on the
    draw ing boards.
    Contests Sunday At Bureau Bldg.
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    Through Joy.'" a new course to be
    given Monday evening^. 8 p.m..
    for Temple Beth Am's Adult Edu-
    cation Institute At 9 p.m.. Can-
    tor Charles Kodner tcachc be-in-
    Ding Hebrew.
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    United Synagogue Youth of Beth
    David have a varied program plan-
    ned for the weekend of Apr 14
    Friday evening, they will share
    the pu'pi! with Rabbi Norman N
    Shapiro and participate in >er
    vices. Tiie Oneg Shabbat will be
    in their honor.
    Saturday morning services will
    be followed by a luncheon and an
    inquiry into the subject. 'Can a
    Jew Become President"'
    Judy Reinhard and Philip Ge-
    net, as rabbi and cantor, will eon
    duct Sunday morning teen-age ser-
    vices followed by a parent-teen-
    agers breakfast and a discussion on
    'Teen-Age Threshold to Adult
    hood."
    Rebecca Reiter and Richard
    Idels are in charge of the weekend,
    which will be concluded with a
    -win' party at the home of Ronny
    Mack in Coral Gable*
    United Synagogue Youth is a na-
    tional organization under the ipon-
    torship ot 'I.. I m ed Synagogue
    of America ol Hie Jewish Theologi
    ,.,' gem ';. ry in \< York R bet
    ta Daum i- president ol the Beth
    David '"ut
    Two contests will take place Sun-
    day at the Bureau of Jewish du
    cation at 10:00 a.m.
    The events include regional fi-
    nals of the National Bible Contest
    and awards to winners of the Bu
    reaus annual art essay contest, co-
    sponsored this year with Bonds for
    Israel.
    Regional Bible contest will bring
    together contestants from Georgia.
    South Carolina and Florida. Re-
    presentatives from Florida Include
    .le-sica Rae Hurwitz. of the He-
    brew High School, Carole Joy Gold-
    berg, of Temple Judca. and Mi
    chael-Ann Russell, of Temple Is-
    rael.
    Dr. Nathaniel Soroff and Her-
    bert Berger will act at jcdo.es
    in the Bible contest, with Louis
    Schwartiman, executive director
    of the Bureau and regional Bi-
    ble contest director, presenting
    the questions.
    In the annual essaj and art con-
    test, announcement will be made ot
    winners, the winning entries will
    be read, and winning art objects
    displayed First priies will be Is-
    rael Bonds, presented bj the I-
    ra.l Bend office here Judges m
    Theme of this year s contest is
    The Thirteenth AnniversaT) ot
    the State of Israel" and the "Cen-
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    Torah Urges Us Toward
    Fulfillment of Better Life
    By RABBI SHELDON STEINMETZ
    Congregation Yehudah Moshe
    We have been confronted for
    sometime with the problem of our
    educational system. Educators and
    ii' 1 edu< ators alike maintain thai
    ve are trailii -. iel I ni
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    has '"' n re] i mphasis of
    the material i ity ol the spirit by the enhancement of the physical.
    i!i re is when we have failed
    The Jew- have resisted innumerable attempt.- at annihilation be-
    i ause of tin' Torah an.I with it, the Jewish philosophy of education. The
    rorah is a c de of living, a philosophy for education. This is what has
    kept alive the tatfisn Identity and has prevented the disintegration of
    Judaism
    Judaism is distinctive for it- theory of education. We have a He-
    brew word for knowledge that cannot be translatedTorah. By Torah,
    Jewish tradition does not mean the acquisition of information or the
    cultivation of the skills ol the body and mind, or even the scholarly-
    exploration of worldly wisdom All these are desirable and necessary-
    only m-ofar as they expand the soul, stimulate the moral sensitivity of
    man. and are channeled in the direction of the promotion of human
    welfare.
    The promotion of the soul, human betterment, on the spiritual level
    is the essence. Universal literacy is not moral intelligence. Popular
    education today teaches young people how to make a living, but it largely
    ignores teaching them how to live and what to live for.
    Jud.11.sm is not merely an idealistic apuroach to the problems of
    living. It is rather a very real answer for living. It goes beyond idealis-
    tic ends. It Is a religion of behavior as well as of beliefs. It translates
    the Torah into life. The Torah does not concern itself with making better
    businessmen, nor with making life physically easier, but rather does it
    concern itself with making better human beings,
    It 1- this fulfillment of a better life for all that the Torah teaches.
    It is this lesson that mankind must learn from Judaism. The soul
    of a nation must be healthy if that nation is to survive.
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    TEMPLE BNAi SHOLOV. 'SSOO \W
    22nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry
    L. Lawrence
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    TEMPLE EMAMU-EL. 1701 Washing-
    ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
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    BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
    Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
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    I"ut it was not only the I-rael
    n- which assumed new form; thi
    !l tea also changed their ap-
    1'i'centiy a new series
    banknotes entered circulation.
    phi [oyernor of the Bank of Is-
    H appointed a public committee
    Pich encased in preparitm the
    pv notes and which made recom-
    pndation that their outward ap-
    larance should give expression t"
    p Past of the Jewish people and
    By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
    What is the traditional Jewish view
    regarding "prisons?"
    It is interesting to note that the
    la ni the Bible ha I no punishment
    which deprived an individual of his
    libertj While there is mention of
    Egyptian, Philistine and Assyrian
    prisons Gem sis 39, 20 40: Judges
    16 21; Jeremiah 52:11 no n 11
    tion i- ever made of .i Jewish
    prison. In the Pentateuch imprison-
    in) ni i- ;ed onlj as a tem|
    means i: holding a violator until
    p issed iI.ia iti< us -*
    12, Numb rs 15:34
    Later Biblic i i ks make men
    tion of imprisoi 11 .i- .< :;
    of punishing one who fell into the
    disfavoi oi the ruling power. In
    [almudic literature prison is only
    nentii ned as a means of detaining
    one v. it) "i .i capital of-
    fense bin could no- be legally con-
    victed, or one who trans [ressed
    the same crime, for winch stripes
    arc required, more than twice; and
    present day state of Israel at one
    and td ime time. One side of
    the no.e~ i- !! to arehaeolou-
    iical motifs, the other side to the
    development ol the country. Thus
    y, u can find on the bank notes a
    i picture of a Nahal > initials of Pio-
    neer Fighting Youth) girl soldier
    [carrying a basket of oral ea
    tombs of the Sanhedrin in Jerusa
    i'.em, and the figure of a scientist
    j with the Dea Sea scrolls can also
    j be seen on the banknotes as well
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    Reform. Rabb- Joseph R. Narot.
    Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
    Krid.iv SMS | Prrmoi Will We
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    thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky
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    David Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Leo Heim.
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    ,- Conservative Rabbi B. Leon H i.rwitz.
    \- nor of Friday '
    . i | s irday Yi ung ">- by 1 i
    .
    Sal !'-
    mimiinni'iiirimimimmiisn miiiwaiii iipi ipwh
    temporary Imprisonment pending
    trial.
    ii-. -' who seek to point out the
    lofty nanitai ian ideals of Jew ish
    traditii point to the minor roh ol
    prisoi n ish life of old a
    in lie i ton that human libertj
    either Ivi elj or collectively, was
    if su 'i i n at value to society thai
    prisons were not used unless aba i
    lutely necessary under the excep
    tional circumstances mentioned
    above.
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    Why is the Sephardic pronunciation
    of Hebrew so different than the
    Ashkenazic?
    The reason for this is not abso
    lutely clear. Some claim that the
    Sephardic pronunciation 1- the orig-
    inal one while the Ashkenazic pro-
    nunciation developed later under
    the influ ince of West European en-
    vironment. Others believe that the
    differen In pronunci.ition sterna
    from th< wo different cultures thai
    devi' Itaneousl] fro m
    Palestii -nd Babylonia.
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    WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
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    Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
    Ex- Nazi Due Here
    A GERMAN General who -ught
    freedom for Xi
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    Charles W Th Iyer, a I' S i
    offn ial in I. 'm ok, "Th- '
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    Gen tfeusingei brou rei pressure n John
    j HcCley, then i S High Commissioner to
    mutt sentences of such notorious NatU as S.S G
    ral otto ohlendorf Gen Ohlendorl extermination
    ..quad murdered** tern Europe He
    was found to I en mall) :--u.-.i the orders
    Mr McCloy, referrii i lorl u I his
    cohorts, ->ai! The enormity of the crimes f>r
    which the>e men were directly reapoi was luca
    os t<> plate clemency out of reason."
    Mr Thaycr revealed that, on the eve of McClO)
    final judgment, Gen Heesiager was among those
    warring American authorities that if the prisoners
    at Landsberg were hanged. Germany as an armed
    ally jgaint the East Bras an illusion "
    G**n Heusinger own rxxik Jiefehl im Wider-
    strer." defends the honor" and "dignity" of the
    German army that served under Hitler
    The Jewish War Veteran-, >l the ISA. has noted
    a tendency to sweep the era of nazism under the
    carpet of history ."
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    . abes no representative >'. the Proteetant en
    was there to state the Proteetan: new! anJ bj h.s
    ux -ate any possible impression that this -
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    - letate inclndmg lewis* per- mantles srho
    ll f the American lewis* --were tar from
    happy over the "emotional" tone Bead by Le i Pfeffer
    sentative of the fcmencan Jew.s"! Congress in pre
    - irguments His ittii compteterj
    tradictoT) to 'he ctarm'.rr tone : ~ CtthohC mpooeW
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    RESPITE ITS preoccupat. r. r.a
    " .mmediate matters like
    cold uar the Congo, Laos = I
    African development, the l
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    rial of Adolf Eichmann thai
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    THE ISRAEL GOVERNMENT
    ight lot i greater I
    ' "- lent Bei /.. v. ir:e"d I I
    i lut it. remarked 'hat the Lr
    States mce had a President | 3er.
    z..
    He figured it this way. Zvi isusua
    trai Mir-! i >r Harris and Bei
    ia -'in Put them igether and j m hi '
    Harrison There were two Harrisons who srere P
    Of the U i Wm Henry and Benjamin Harriaon.
    The first Hjrn.n was in the forties betore the Civil
    War The Log Cabin President It was Mid, give Han
    j log cabin and a barrel of cider and he would be h .
    In the Whig parades, they always featured log cabins
    Mr Ben Zvi of Israel. I am sure, could get alonrf in a
    log cabin too. He lives in a simple h maa .n Jerusalem
    understand they v*ante f jr the Israel Presiden* but Ben Zvi wouldn't permi-
    A* '> '' '-- Miopoaa, Ben-Zvi can da
    pense with that He Jui a little win
    1 rtB, ha has been know.-.
    boose to make kiddush
    . i- the manj itories He Ukes I
    own ihoea a-I .'hen he is in a BUS, when soil
    to give him a teat, he explains that be U
    in 1 a little 1 dont know whether
    rwcar j- Presidem Truman is said to ''" ::
    white House iccordlng to the recent revi '
    the White House housekeeper, but I should"
    if he do ttimes wash bis gadkes U
    C.unon helps Paula wash the dishes.
    The Hebrew daily, Maanv. has an amusing
    of Ben Zvi and the Soviet Ambassador to brae! Tn*
    a-ked Ben Zvi why he had left Rus-ia
    "Therv were two men in Russia who could
    along together," said Ben Zvi. "the Czar and m>'*'t
    :e had to leave or I." ti.e i>
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    More About
    The Birchers
    By MAX LERNER
    As more fact- emerge about Robert \\rl call it Birchitisthe picture gets .. bil clearer, in terms ol its outward
    aim and cloak ol anti-Communism it resembles the unlamenU
    t.-.> episode, in terms u! organization, semi-secrecy, lack of i>:
    accounting, local vigilantism, and all the flummerj ol crusa ing units.
    it is much closer to the K.i Klux Klan and the White Citizens Councils
    rms ol 'he paraphernalia ol a Fuhrer. his contempl :<>r democracy,
    lecisiofi to make his out tit "monolithic" and "aulhorita it re-
    minds one more than a little ol the early Hitll r movement, In terms ol
    its use of front-oi-nanization.-. n has something of the verj communism
    which il affects to fight.
    In -hor' Welch ha~ managed magniliitnth to pick up and [use (!<
    least attractive elements of some ol the least attractive movements ot
    rect nl j ei i
    One of the gayer aspects oi :he entire mi'v is Welch's own in*iM,
    now that he has been misunderstood in his valuation of Gen. Eisenh
    far as i can disentangle his earlier and later sentinu nts. here ihej
    . re ':> says now thai he never called Eisenhower a "card-carr;
    tommuni>t (Who said he did?)
    What he did expro>s. in his privately publi^he,) book, was his "firm
    belief that D\\iL:h' Eisenhower is a dedicated, conscious agent >: the
    mmunist conspiracy." And the pro<>i for this somewhat erst t<
    ent? It was based, he w rote, "on an accumulation <>f detailed t\ idence
    >o extensive and -.o palpable ih;r it seems to me to put this i any
    reasonable doubt Welch now says it is unethical : i ; .
    rately published book, but it was ; bly not unethical for him I
    circulate il in order to gel Birchite recru
    The mind >.i ai d blurs .' this gymnast < merry ..
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    der ..bout the mind and personalitj of the mai
    THERE IS ALSO, OF COURSE, :..
    by his votes I per cent < ommunist .
    impeached There i~ '.lie "conscious agent chart...... I
    .Milton Eisenhower, both Dulleses. There is Ihe assignment '
    (then candida!.-. Kenned) "i thf role of an amoral man [who
    .-. tremendous amount >.i ball-carrying behalf ol Comn
    i in 'he i S '
    Getting awaj from personalities, there is '.'. : tion thai
    whole nyht for civil liberties is a Communist device. Then i- th<
    .'men: that the big American d< tense budget thi external
    throat of world communism is itself part of the Communist plot, in order
    " -tampe.-le'- the country "into the biggest Jump ever taken, and per-
    haps 'he final jump, right into socialism and then the Communist camp
    Pioall) there i- the self-serving hint that b< lore Ion- the only waj by
    which Americans will be able to save themselves from Communist tyran
    ny will be "by themselves becoming conspirators against established]
    government"a clear Hitlerite rationalization of the dictatorship to
    tome
    Much and even mn-t of thi i> the reguar lunatii i ngi Invi I :hat
    vould-be American Puhrers have been spouting ever since Hitler came
    ower, and ever since Roosevelt set in motion a militant effort to
    retrive democracy from stagnation by an affirmative program of social
    reform.
    What distinguishes this movement is the -upport it has received
    irom conservative sources that usually stay clear ol such messy -'.iiii.
    fie patina of white-collar respectability it s<-t nis t(, have achievi
    Since it does not report it* member-hip. Us financial backing, the funds
    -. or how it spends them, -here i- no way to guess at the Strength
    cf the movement or its real connections.
    the first victims ol Birchitis are Likely t<, be not th. Commu-
    i -- but the Republicans Welch's shock-technique, aimed t" show that
    respectable Republicans are conscious Communist agents, i- hound to
    split the party in agonized inner conflict The involvement ot two Cali-
    fornia Republicans in the House. Hep- Hiestand and Rousselot. ,,, ,he
    Birchiti- syndrome i- a sign ol suffering to come
    But beyond the Republicans the ultimste victimif the disease ot
    Birchiti: were to Spreadwould be America itself. Think ol what the
    Vatican Article
    Meeting With
    Sharp Criticism
    Continued from Pa^e 1 A
    supernatural w.ll because 'he
    Jewish people had stained them
    se'ves won a hcrrtble crime"
    the crucifixion cf Jests and
    therefo.e deserved expiation.''
    The Vatican paper then asked:
    "Had not the Jews shouted that
    the blcod of the innocent should
    fall upen them and their child-
    ren?
    'The .lev s wen >bviOUsl> 'rue!.
    bj di\ (i< ; i '
    was thus unconsciously accomplish
    thi ; lans of th< Divim I
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    bitterness on what the) i
    a ni > monstration ol ,;" ;
    lie Church's contribution to the
    perpetuation ol the ( ncept
    c live guilt" ol Ihe '
    t'< i | i. and tin th< me the) m'
    puntshrm i The) i pd thi
    hop, that I'ope John, who has
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    it much time to spend in Eionol Hong
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    n ar. i New York before returning to Miami a- the end
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    Miami, Florida. Friday, April 14, 1961
    Mr and Mr. Samuel Baron, 2191 N Hay rd., laughter
    |t\ the "Grand ["our" as a graduation gift Sli ind
    I w -..der.t in her class al commencement e> r 1 the
    Iversitj of Miam law school in Februar> Big ..... Ron-
    will accomp her on the trip, an,I leaving I April.
    j*|| spend se\ iral months examining the highways md byways
    Fr.HU> Italy, Germany and Israel The Barons -.: be too
    isonu Daughter-in-law Sheila (Mrs Seymour) Baron, pres-
    k-elect of Albert Einatein group of Hadassaa, 1- leaving May ,
    fth- c< nvention in Palm Beach, so Keith, 6. an.-. Bra !, 2. will be
    , wan thc;r grandparents ..
    Uilhf (MR, MAX) Kern flid a superlative Job IS ntatOT
    tii. -Tartly-styled sweater fashions by Donna Ongiaais at the
    btainehl.au recently And why not? Btlhe is Donna and
    ... Delighted viewers were Jewish War \ Bl 'rar.s Ladies
    fihan, of Miami Beach Post 330 .. .
    Mr and Mrs Harry N. Morris, of Pittsburgh th daughter
    hue. 15, at the Sterling hotel for Passover She is past ores-
    nt ot HiUel Academy Women's Club and chairman otca {ii as i r Bonds for Israel. He is past president ot Poiie Zedech
    Igregation, ani was honored for 30 years of service at a bu-
    tt just before they left their home town.
    Rabbi David Herson. spiritual leader of Beth Emsth. in tie
    roes ot acquiring passport and visas Trip abroad w U include
    Jps in Paris. Amsterdam. Frankfurt. Wuertzburg and Israel .
    Bo London, where he plans to do a great deal of wotk on his dook
    out proselytizen James W. Parks, author on Judeo-Christian
    ptoric heritage and founder of the Parks Library, has invited UM
    fcbbi to make his headquarters in his home while there, -nee it is
    Site close to all tne archives and libraries which ie win warn
    utilize Time out of the country will extend to l weens
    Ahl Youth- Harvey Farr and Kenny Li toSSt'2
    fcnama last week for a long weekend at the Panama Hilton
    Wanted to Visit former University of Miami '
    lers now living n the Canal Zone, and take 1 at tne
    is and surrouo ng areas Returned Tu -' >
    cleared 1 is >ms and made an 8 o'clock class a
    tits Of tl ttiC boys are the Aaron Farr- :> beorg
    I
    Felicitations going to teenager Ann. daughter M I Mrs.
    r.jton Margul las just won a city-v F"e?.a
    > I contest -red bv Professional and Businesj womens
    \m! to Mn V : (Wossman, who ha- been ..: 2!!2#
    ^ W. men's Divis n of Cedars ol Lebanon H men
    1 Prei she held the same position Wont
    I on I \i: Sin Hospital Development Fund and n mai
    1 was :.- I Combined Jewish Appeal
    a genuine seventh generation Sabra settb Bch
    itlj He's i-yttrold Orly, son of Amalia and Ak.v 1 oonei
    . Dad is southern representative of Z.m Line- o' Israel, wmen is
    ing an office n Washington ave. next month & in uai.
    ly a sixth generation Sabra. because he was ^
    ' 11 his parents were students there Mother earne I a Bs from
    I fan! in -53, and rather, majoring in marine law. cam awa> wiw
    I) (Doctor of Jurisprudence I .
    M.lton Levensohn took wife Shirley, who was J ["
    |a- performer in the show given for the Junior Aux ry or tne
    pome for She Aged DO Tuesday, far away from -I ^ tnt?
    |t ephom fi.r sevei al lays as soon as the plaj
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    Birthdase: Son and daughter-in-law of M-
    Gc!da Meir Fete
    At Oceanfrent
    A celebration. "Golda MeirI*
    m a rkal
    1 h( Id by Greal : Mi imi
    cil ol Pion< er W m M 1
    c'a> evenii in the eai
    _ a film Hoi / m I H > 1 1
    strati : 5 of Pio
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    i*s -.-';r organiza
    Moetzei t. and
    ; Mrs, ;.
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    Mrs, :_ 1,
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    Japanese gardens for the hospital is an idea explored by Lani
    Miyazaki, Japanese star of "The World of Suzie Wonq" seen
    here at the Coconut Grove Ficyhouse, and Mrs. Samuel T.
    Sapiro. chairman of the Women's Division of Cedars ot Leb-
    anon Hospital development hind. Miss Miyazaki, an authority
    on Japanese plants, is helping raise funds to complete the
    hospital by October.
    AJCongress Slates Busy Week for Top
    Woman Official Who Will be Feted Here
    Naomi Levine. national director
    of organization and member.-hip
    for the American Jewish Congress,
    will make seven appearances In
    Miami during the week beginning
    Apr. 17. Mrs. Levine. who is an
    honor graduate of Columbia Uni-
    versity law school, has been as-
    sociated with the American Jew-
    ish Congress for many years, hav-
    ing served previously as national
    women's direct! r, as well as pro-
    gram director prior to her present
    tion.
    On Tuesday. Mrs. Levine will
    be honored al a reception an 1 tea
    at the home of Mrs Leor, Km-h
    at +4m Prairie ave. The tea will
    n al 1 p.m.
    On Wednesday, she will be guest
    of honor and make the principal
    address at the annual meeting of
    the Florida Women's Division, to
    be held at the J irdon Marsh Audi-
    torium al 12 30 p m. Also fea-
    tured at the W m< n*S Division an-
    nual meel ng will be a tape recor l-
    ing of the Harrj Belafonte speech
    delivi red at the NOW dinner a; the
    Eden Roc hotel on Feb 28.
    That evening. Mr- Levine will
    meel with the Biscayne chapter of
    he American Jewish Congress at
    the home of Mr- Robert Green.
    1232 NE 176 ter.. N >. Miami Beach
    On Thursday, Ipr 20, an all-day
    workshop for the Florida Women's
    Division will be convened at the
    Venetian motel on the Venetian
    1 ., iseway tor orientation of com-
    n chairmen, officers and
    members
    A public meeting also to be held
    at the Venetian Isle on Thursday-
    evening. Apr. 20. will feature an
    address and discussion by Mrs
    Levine on the subject of "Tne Eich-
    mann Trial and its Implications "'
    On Friday, Apr. 21. Mrs Levine
    will occupy the pulpit of Temple
    Beth Am and speak at services on
    "How Hitler Came to Power and
    are There Similar Forces at Work
    in America'.'''
    AJComm. Names
    Hew Assistant
    Seymoui imet, Southeas
    ' Of the V\ : in J 'i
    Committee, announced the appo
    menl Wednesday of Mr-. L ~ ir 1
    5ih erman as new exe< ass
    nt of the chapter, replacing Mrs.
    Morton Perry, who served in that
    capacit) for the past year.
    Mrs Silverman, a Miami resident
    for the past 11 years, has a B\
    degree in psychology from the
    University of Miami, belongs to
    Psi Ch;. psychology honorary, and
    1- included in "Who's Who in Ameri-
    can Colleges and Universities."
    Mrs. Silverman will be resonsible
    for chapter program arrangements,
    membership education and discus
    sion group supervision In addi
    tion. she will represent the chap
    ter at intergroup meetings with
    other local professionally staffed
    community relations agencies
    Mr- Silverman lives on Miami
    Beach with her husband. Dr.
    Leonard Silverman. and their child-
    ren
    Social Singles to Dance
    B'nai B'rith Social Singles will
    hold a dance and social at the Mc-
    Allister hotel on Saturdaj ev<
    1
    named their first heir Milton in honor of ;"
    rhe baby was born Mar. 23 in PhUadelphi 1 1 ;; tUtUm^ Cl#f
    lime grandparents, the Samuel Solloways, as well s Lanora. f/eCf,on ol Officers Slated
    SI ended the br.s liar. 31 The new mother. Judith at-
    ie University of Miami when she lived here Hei ^;].\
    Elliott, graduated from the University of Honda, and is presently
    an elu incal engineer with RCA in Camden. N.J.
    , Peggy and Mac Mermell have added 8 lb 11 0 R 1 > ly to their
    ly ... But daughter Peggy is still the "Prii cess ... Herotnei
    t -^ 3 |:aj:t 8 are broth irs David and Steve
    Flora (Mr- I Barries popular I
    n on Arthur Godfrej rd.. became a gr J J
    Apr 4. when daughter Rose Mr Barea presented
    LMuhacl, 7, and R 5, with a tin) bab)
    Mrs. Milton Koch, out-going
    president, will conduct the next
    ,:- meeting of Miami Beach
    chapter of the Jewish National
    Home for Aathmatic Children on
    r .ye r. 20. at the
    Washington : bidg., 1244
    Washi o*
    :.,,.- 61 Will be held.
    "Shingle on Flagler Street," musical play based on incidents
    in the life of the late former Mayor of Miami, Abe Aronovitz,
    swings into its last days of rehearsal prior to opening a three-
    night performance, Apr. 22 through 24, at Miami Beach Hi
    School auditorium. Trixie Levin, writer-director of the play,
    prompts 'from left) Hope (Mrs. Rocky1 Pomerance, who p'.ay^
    the mayor's secre- Miriam Mrs. Milton Weinkle. as
    the mayor's wife, Dorothy. Fioceeds will go to the Temple's
    religious school.


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    Friday. April U,
    Mrs. Philip Stark, president of Islanders chapter. Women's
    American ORT. makes a presentation to M. J. Rosenthal, train-
    er of the horse "Mosby," recent winner oi a race at Gulfstream
    Park. Left to right are Mrs. Florence Kupperman. vice presi-
    dent. Southeast Florida region of ORT: Mrs. Joseph Kanter and
    Mrs. George Whitney, vice presidents of Iskmders chapter;
    Rosenthal; Mrs. Stark; and Mrs. Ben Weiss, honor roll member.
    i

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    M*S. SOLOMON MAtGOlfS
    Medical Panel
    At Women's Meet
    Dr> Bernard Yesner. Joseph
    Rudnick and Robert Hyams will
    discusa "Cancer in the Female To-
    day" and present a film. The
    Family Physician and Cancer."
    Film will be shown through the
    courteay of the Cancer Society of
    ir.atcr Miami There will be a
    question and an-..>r session fol-
    lowing.
    Program is slated Wedr.
    p m ut Temple Jj-
    followins: tht election meet-
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    Brandeis Women
    To Install Officers
    At the annual !n>!allation lunch-
    eon of Brand-.*is University Na-
    [ional Women's Committee Cireat-
    er Miami chapter, on Apr J: y.
    the Lucerne hotel. Mr- Solomon
    B Mur_..;.. will be installed ->-
    pres
    M r Mar.; ilis | v of
    Mass .,- tive
    in '
    fields. Sh -a
    member of
    served as l.fe
    r. mix rship hairman .. a : \.
    presidenl of ire n-.ber ship >: the
    .1 chapter, and was president
    tor the !9ri-)<5l
    Prior to coming to Florida, lira
    Manjolis was also enuu-ted in phi-,
    lanthropic work. Locally, she ha>
    been on the board of the Sisterhood
    ot Temple Beth Sholom. vice presi
    dent of the Bay Division. National
    Council ot Jewish Women, and cur-
    rently server on the board of gov-
    ernert of the Federation of Jewish
    Women's Organization, and board
    of governors of Greater Miami
    lew.-h Federation.
    She is j life member of the Sis
    terhood of Temple Beth Sholom.
    Mt Sinai Hospital, and Miami
    Beach Auxiliary of Jewish Home
    for the Ased.
    The installation luncheon commit-
    tee is headed by Mrs Jean C Leb
    man Hastens* lor the installation
    are headed bf Mrs B-. n Z Ofl ', OS
    rj and : .'
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    Served in a glass or a cup ...
    There's Yom Tov spirit in this
    Cmmm tea ... "flavor cru.
    for fullest strength and stimu-
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    ange with the lem.,, jul,e "J
    spoon of the ginger and the
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    whites until thev

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    The tas'e of fresh pineapple is
    like .i ticket to the tropics Its tart-
    -wcet t lav or seems to evoke visions
    of the sunny climes :n which it
    {rows Ripened to luicj tender-
    ness the fruit is satisfying in il
    masoned with imagination, it is
    transformed into the most luxur-
    ious of delicacies
    -> DOp out the
    .- : i- .. p .-- is possible
    Bru>h imme with lesnmi
    juice Dice >;. I Mend other fruits
    and seasonings ind chill Chill the
    shell sep iratel) 111 fill it just
    before serving
    The development if Israel ha
    stimulated our interest in the food
    peaks Gradual!) inU
    Mound this meringui
    and over the cut edges ol |h, Z
    apple shellv Sprinkle evenly,*
    the almond, fthesi
    chased in cans
    the remaining ging.
    shallow baking dish
    328 deg F oven about IS mu
    mtil the meriague
    Cool and chill Soi if
    .seep through the shells
    he discarded. Just .
    place a strawberrv in
    The basic preparation has dight traditions ol all the countries of each mt.riaRUt.
    variations. Usually, the top is cut ,h>' Near East In some of these
    off. the fruit pare I. the eye- re lands the long presence of the
    moved, and the woody core cut out. French ha i resulted In the wedding
    The flesh may be diced crosswise o( their cuisine with the native
    or in lengthwise stnp> Fairly Style >t cooking The Pineapple
    large pieces are served as finger Meringue described below i> one
    fruits, as a base for salads, or as Wich dessert, delicate and light >et
    a welcome treat in the lunch box. elaborately beautiful
    Chilled, diced pieces blend well
    with other fruits for simple fruit
    cups, or with rum. kirsch. Coin-
    treau. Madeira, or cognac for a
    variety of elaborate desserts.
    For a particularly appealing
    fruit cup. serve it in a pineapple
    half shell Select the small pine
    apples and allow a half for each
    portion Without removing the
    leaves, >pht the fruit in two length
    wise. Now with a curved grape
    fruit knife cut alon^ the side of the
    core and around the inside of the
    -kin. to loosen the flesh Be verv
    PINEAPPLE MERINGUE
    For each two portions use
    1 small pineapple
    l large seedless orange
    1 teaspoon lemon juice
    HAWAIIAN
    PINEAPPLE RELISH
    1 large ripe pineapple
    peeled and cored
    1 cup sugar
    1 cup cider irlnegar
    . teaspoon ground ct
    . teaspoon ground ginger
    1 to 2 teaspoons, cum t u<(
    1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    Chop the pineapple and res-rw
    any juice Combine the juice .
    the sugar vinegar, cinnamon gia
    ger am! cloves Brine i hard
    boil, then simmer for five a
    Add the pineapple. brm< to a rap*
    boil, then cook over medium hen
    for five minutes Do no' -.ercooi
    (radually add the curry t
    Four into hot. steril rs i*
    l cup hone)
    llS tablespoon s c ippe i
    crystaliied ginger
    3 eijj whites
    M su^ar
    3 tablespoon i toasted
    shredded almonds
    2 whole perfect strawberries
    >ejl Store in a c..... ->
    two pineapple half shells ptaef Thl> amurit n
    careful not to puncture the shei: and dice the pineapple pulp Peel two and one half pint
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    Friday, April 14. 1961
    vJcnisti fit radian
    Napoleon Reed at
    Sisterhood Fete
    Napoleon Reed will be the star
    attraction at the Coral Way Jewish
    Center Sisterhood fifth annual don-
    ( luncheon Sunday at the Algiers
    hotel-
    Reed is a well-known performer
    excelling in folk songs, calyso. pop
    tunes and operatic arias.
    All Sisterhood members who
    have raised more than five donors
    \> i! receive gold charms. Monies
    raised through donors this year
    total 53.500, and have been used
    to soundproof ceilings and floors
    i- the clasSTOOma and hallways of
    :t Center.
    Co-chairmen for the luncheon are
    Mrs. Marvin Wiener. Sisterhood
    president-elect, and Mrs Ell King.
    donor vice president for 1960-61
    Page 3-B
    Tree of Life"
    Charm is Gift
    \ Tree of Life charm will be
    I i tented to all patrons at Temple
    Ner Tamid Sisterhood's fourth an-
    i al donor luncheon Tuesday noon
    the Americana hotel, and all
    members will receive the 1960-61
    >iarbook
    \ musical program will include
    . Galane, singer; Edith Roth
    l i operatic star; and Los Ma
    Itrbas Flamenco, dancing and sing-
    troupe, with Leona Juanita and
    . quin, her eight year old brother.
    accompanied on the guitar by their
    I.-.her. Juan Francisco
    The Malerbas have appeared in
    i Miami Ballet and on television.
    h eds from the luncheon sub-
    ./ the Temple's religious school.
    . ; will go toward- air condition
    . i'ii new Sanctuary.
    Mrs Louis Cohen is Sisterhood
    -idem, and chairmen of the
    , :air are Mesdanie-. William Fish-
    n an, Mark Wallace and Eugene
    Schware,
    Mrs. Morton Will
    Be Featured Here
    Mr- Bmil Morton. Miami resi
    who ha~ starred :n leading
    roles in Europe- and the
    Stati s. m ill be featured in
    i al program at the Sabra
    luneteon, Apr. 25, at the
    . Country Club
    Morton, w ife ol Miami
    --man Fmil Mortoi a as born in
    j Lin and studied voici
    ce t< achei in \ ienna For
    i yean aftei Uu wrar, she
    . '.<.. operatic soprano al the
    Madt Theatre m Vu iin.t
    In :948. the former Lottie Kiwen
    tame to the United state- to star
    i Men" with Dean Jaggers and
    John Carradine.
    During a singing engagement in
    ' w York, she met and married
    I mil Morton. They have three
    S, David 10, Peter 9. and Bobb) .
    Ilong with being a devoted
    ife and mother. Mr- Morton finds
    lime to continue her vocal studies
    Helping to complete preparations for the Sabra debut lunch-
    eon to take place on Tuesday, Apr. 25, at Westview Country
    Club are (from left: Mrs. Murray Hurlands. Mrs. Jacob Rifkin.
    and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. They are members of the com-
    mittee of hostesses, ol which Mis. Inez Krensky is chairman.
    Women's Division Completing Plans for
    Israel Bond 'Sabra' Luncheon on Apr. 25
    Mi 'iihers ol the Women's Divi-
    sion for Israel Bonds were busy
    this week completing plans for the
    Sal ra debut luncheon to take place
    at Westview Country club on Tues-
    day, Apr. 25.
    Mrs Jack Katzman. chairman
    ol the Women's Division, said that
    the event "will be one of the most
    exciting and glamorOUS undertaken
    by the Israel Bond Women's Di-
    \ ision."
    The occasion will be !he firsl
    public showing of Israel's new
    sports car. the Sabra
    Reservations for the Sabra ffeouT
    luncheon can be marie through the
    committee of hostesses Mrs. Inez
    Krensky is chairman of hostesses.
    The following are on her committe:
    Mesdames Meyer A Baskin. Max
    Bauer, Samuel Beckerman. Stuart
    Bernstein, Benjamin Bildner, Aus-
    tin Burke, Ben Essen, Betty Feuer,
    Gelvan, Henry Gilbert, Nor
    man Gladsden Louis E Goldman,
    Charles Gottlieb, Samuel Grau-
    Allan Greenbt i g, Abraham
    Grunhut, Trudy Hamerschlag
    M. sdames Murray Herlands,
    ird D Kaplan, Sh Idon Kay.
    i Kravi:z II Marshall Lan-
    phai Levi Vm a Bn
    Meyers, Mill* i, Emil Moi
    Harrj Plati ff, VII rt Pollak,
    Sam Pollock, Da\ id P< n\ i Miri-
    am Press M Ri vita, Jack
    Rifkin. Samuel T Sapiro, D
    s, rnaki r, Josei h Shapiro, B< i
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    Thau, Han Id Thurman, .lack Top
    pell, Max Weit/.
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    Friday. April 14. 1961
    vJenisti fhrEitor
    \Kennedy Names Jewish Leaders
    WASHINGTON (JTA) 15-member Presidents Committee
    President Kennedy thi- week jon Equal Employment Opportunity
    lamed tc Jewiih leaders to the They are Rabbi Ja< ib I Weinstem.
    Page 5-B
    chairman of the National Commit-
    :ee for Labor Israel, and Fred Laz-
    j us. jr., Cincinnati businessman
    md Jewish communal leader.
    Tfc Committed, which i head-
    ed by Vice President Lyndon B.
    Johnson, is charged with ending
    racial and religious discrimina-
    tion in Federal employment and
    in firms doing business with the
    Government.
    Kabbi Weinstem is spiritual lead-
    er of the KAM Temple in Chi
    the oldest Reform congregation In
    the Middle West. During the Sec-
    >nd World War. he served as chair-
    man of the Labor Board parv Is.
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    ^Jemiit fhrilftr
    Friday. Apr-.;
    '4 1961
    Mrs. Lippitz Will
    Be Guest Specker

    H committee In the Isrcel Bar MStSVOh ceLebral
    bere by the Zionist Council discuasc bon
    h ... be bead Apr. 22 at :he Deouville hotel Seated left
    re Ma '-..us Raeenstein Mr*. A. Art.-.-; Pekelnei
    - Weintraufc Mrs. Ar.r.e .'' Standina x
    rcnan Howard Mrs. Hencoan Minuet Mn Maurice Cahn
    eph Mecnlow.
    Reinhards Will
    Be Honored Here
    I Mn 5
    i d,
    r- Hebrew Academy, a
    '<: found 13
    '-.-
    (- iv- Wedding anniversary of the
    K- tabards a.. be hel sun-
    da il .".< D .. vore
    in .^xi Iriei Dd ieaier> of the
    r Miami Je> i -.
    * "- Acadeao) in tnbute to

    Mr and Mn Reiabard of 4180
    Miami Beach
    r' ''- inc their arrival here
    th their family in 1934 ||r r,. v
    ell-km n
    r kwear manufacturei New
    *-a.
    x 1 presideni and founder of
    r.a- all
    tifit : iritl V 1 1-..
    ''- n erica
    Miami Jewish Federation
    and 1 for i-rae!
    Mrs
    Hebrew
    -: --r for M
    ia. I
    are w.
    a- *
    ar II. who
    wa n h '.f a
    I in their borne
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    M*. AND MKS. BINtHAKD
    tWXtl Of
    ' N Fui Zionist < >r
    ganizai
    Resi y
    :
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    ion
    'Cavalcade of Gifts'
    Miami B'nai
    1
    ELECT
    BERNARD "BERNIE"
    BERMAN
    COUNCILMAN
    GROUP 2
    * Special Assistant Attorney General, State of Fla I960
    * Judge Advocate, Shelly Mcleod American Legion
    Post, 1957-1959 ^
    * Volunteer PuWk Defender
    TKe ~*>v 1 plant
    m, platform s 'o -n n "
    open door fco"- ||
    I m o c*n cot.
    to be of nryica 'o yov ?>* elects BM "o 1 im
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    official od th people *Ko
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    attended Seder -
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    Samu- ritl 4
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    the services Passover food was
    aerved.
    Mn Abraham B Pemsler and
    Mr= Florence Li V
    of th-
    *s. /u/iro% urrni
    Child Rescue
    Party Planned
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    Women's Chapter
    Installs Officers

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    Friday. April 14. 1961
    Jewisli fhridinn
    Page 7-B
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    o
    MUSIC
    AND
    THEATER t
    Til- e
    s
    J(r,ff
    Miss Revitz WiH Be on Television
    Janice Revitz. 16. will appear
    with Rabbi Mayer AbrattlOWrtZ,
    spiritual leader of Temple Menorah,
    on Sunday over WCKT ch. 7. 10
    a.m.. on the program 'Still Small
    Voice," sponsored by the Rabbini-
    cal A.-sn. of Greater Miami.
    To be .-een is an original drama
    loKue." written by Rabbi Abramo-
    wltl in honor of Israels 13th birth-
    day celebration, based on an inci-
    dent which occurred during his
    visit to Israel last June.
    The story concerns a young Is-
    raeli schoolteacher who. meeting
    Itabbi Abramowitz many years
    later, rcc-ojtawed him as the per-
    on who had been ot such great
    help to her when, at eight year> of
    age, she found herself alone in
    : a displaced persons camp in Mun-
    ,ch.
    Rabbi Abramowitz selected Miss
    Revitz to portray the school tea-
    cher.
    Janice is the daughter of Mr and
    Mrs. Maurice Revitz. of Bay liar-
    bor Islands, and has a younger
    brother. Mark Mr Revitz i> presi-
    dent of Temple Menorah
    Janice is a student at Miami
    Beach High, and lavors a career
    as a doctor.
    MILSTEIN IN TRIUMPHANT MENDELSSOHN RENDITION
    Nathan Milstein, one ot the great violinist! <>! our lime, appeared as
    -: with the Universit) ot Miami Symphony Orchestra. Fabier
    Si itzkj conducting, on Sundaj evening at Miami Beach Auditorium
    The program, which was a musical salute to the city and peopl ol
    Naples, Italy, opened with the "Euphrosyne" Overture, bj Frederick
    i rse This composition has moment! merest, bul or
    i e is thin with very little individuality.
    Mr Milstein's interpretation ol th< Mendi > was sheer
    i, ind despite the years of repeated p i > use ol
    .mi!, such woi race that one wi i ill back
    i rase of it
    i Bai Partita in E Mr Milstein's
    i panied encore, which thrill the largi
    R issellini's "S< n the Baj
    , Italian I was verj i \\ playe 1 by tl >rchesti whi l
    in full the i t melo lies Frai Les Pn lu les
    I oi music to a clo i

    SHE TURNS STRIKES INTO HITS
    Thi hi Grove i'l. I is presenting oi Suzii
    1 through Baturdaj evenii yet aeei
    i Starred is Lani Miyazaki in her Broadw, i n who makes
    her \ own. and lake- the audienci int< with her She
    i ... md grace; and manages ti enerate < play thai
    i, rdlj l" called i i I stature
    thin plot portrays the hero R bert Loma; wealthv
    em an wh< is just too noble lo take .i taintt pent
    i : Hr prefers to go to Hong Kong and to sti lor his art bul
    year only. On a Chinese ferryboat h< hapi meets swee'
    S in who tells him she is very rich and lity, Suzie is
    poor, free-lance bar girl, who is "working m hard to support
    i ritimate babj son. Winston (Then d b< law against this
    To bring such a role to life, one can easilj saj I ctr ss ha>
    ree strikes against her. Happily. Miss Miyazaki turns strikes inti
    hits with the magical charm ot her delicate acting talents Jock Ryland
    who plays Robert Lomax, seems nol quite so fortunati and just abeui
    - es out.
    Supporting Miss Miyazaki dm Joanne Bayes i n Mamo. and Alai
    v i hi I, who all turn m good performances, with spccn >n goini
    li Mr Marshall's portrayal of a confused E Next attraction
    .. thi playhouse: "Under the Yum-Yum Trei

    THE GOOD AND THE BAD OF A VOICE RECITAL
    Those who plead for familiar music" had their prayers answered
    ost with a vengeance 1 when Community Concert Assn presented
    Heidi Krall, soprano, and Brian Sullivan, tenor, h al on \pi 5
    Dadc County Auditorium This was Communitj last concert for thi
    .md to take a liberty with the vernaculai left em happ>
    i i /thing on the program was 'familiar*' an I thi i ht< d audience
    wi tied with the beautiful melodies ol Verdi Puct Strauss, Schu
    i Brahms Grieg andSigmund Romberg.
    : e were arias an I duets from 'la.... Riso
    I.- i Butterfly." and "La Bohi Both Mctropolil lists
    mj and personable, and throughout the evei aim wi
    i and this thej did Miss Krall. who wa: n into a vi
    ious uown with a long and cumbersorru s a natu
    ! .-voice, but throughout the evening one w mdered 11 it was pos
    foi h<1 to -in- al all,'. n< i he was
    \ ^ Krall's tones lacked the proper breath s hey flounder-
    i r pitch, and the top notes appeared swallow I her ear for die
    - superb, and it is to be hoped that she cai her vocal d
    i and ami rge the artist her potential liss Krall to bi
    Mr Sullivan has a tenor voice of excellent and his voca
    . ig has been sup rb He looks like a football playi r. and sings ,ik.
    rtist, with vibrant top notes that arc seci i and robust
    ol Mr Sullivan's excellent vocal lechniq I was surpi
    . p| inting to heai in- poor diction especial!} -i- German ...

    MOZART TURKISH CONCERTO TO BE FEATURED
    . ;! cn:c Orchestra Barnetl
    i cctor. will feature its concertmaster Soi rs David) Bale
    i \ i 16 al Miami Beach Auditorium,
    chosen are Mozart's a major 1 urk '
    "Eur.vanthe" Overture, and Tschaikowsky S v '
    : sion to thi concert fre'i "'x'
    i monthlj serii hich continues tin ',"
    I > ..i Miami B< ach, the Music Pei I "'
    I istrii special contributors, including f< in&*
    . d loan associations, and friends' of the orchestn
    01 i dim o] the 70-member group will servt i i i icntato

    MUSIC CRITICS' REVIEWS REVIEWED
    Two veteran music critics. Ernest Newmai in London and Irving
    Kolodin in New York, are represented bj books ol essays culled from
    ;i .ious writings, Newman's 'More Essays from Ihe World
    j| composed of reprints from the London Sunday Time-, including pieces
    lrom the early 1920s to the present.
    As always, Newman is opinionated, witty, knowledgeable, and choJ-
    69ic liicr, is n< Vr a dull moment, for his mind is too lively for that, and
    BJ he ranges over the- entire world of muMC. huffing and puffing, littering
    gfreal cries al ha comes upon one of his favorite scents, few readers can
    lull to be edified.
    In man) respects. Kolodin i- an American Newman He too has a
    . mind, and he is one of the few American writers on music who can
    handle the essay form in an urbane, civilised manner Mis new book,
    fl-be Musical Life." Is largelj a collection of thing- originallj appear
    Sg in the Brooklyn Eagle, the New York Sun. al BJ Review One
    Ci h.s charms is that Kolodin is not eternally preoceupied with Big Issues
    ike his British colleague, he is attracted to off-beat subject-
    JANKE RFV'TZ
    Yiddish American Revue
    Ri ci : formed Men'- Club ol
    Emeth Congregation will pn
    Morris Conrad and companj
    r. .i tv o-hour Yi dish AmerU an
    revue featm i .. ci n isic an<
    skits ish lifi Saturday even-
    Auditorium.
    4erzl Hadassah Luncheon
    Htr/I gt ip t Hadassah will
    hold a Youth Aliyah dessert lunch
    on on Friday. i p m.. at the home
    .f Mrs Aaron Courshon, 55 E San
    Marino dr. Mrs. Chaikin, Youth
    Miyah chairman, is in charge I I
    he program
    EEHSE1
    TO
    DAY
    WASHINGTON AVE .it 13th ST.
    M.AUI BEACH JE 1-6202
    LAST WEEK TO SEE
    leon Schachfer's
    YIDDISH AMERICAN
    STAGE ATTRACTIONS
    Many Stars ot Screen, Stage ond
    TV Personalities will appear IN
    PERSON THIS FINAL WHK!
    ON OUR SCfttSN
    GOD. MAN AND DEVIL''
    tvifh /Michel Micheltiko
    and Bertha GerJtein
    Mat 50c-Eve. $1.00
    OPENING TUESDAY
    DANE CLARK
    "Under the Yum-Yum Tree"
    also starring Geoffrey Home
    OWEN PHJUIPS'
    COCONUT GROVE
    PLAYHOUSE
    Presents
    IN PERSON
    Lani Miyazaki
    in her Broadway role
    The World of
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    AT THE SECOND ANNUAL
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    Celebration of Israel's Bar Mirzvah
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    SUNDAY, APRIL 16th, 7:30 p.m.
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    Pace 8-B
    9-Jenistn^rH^r
    Friday, Apr:'.
    -1

    We
    the
    Women
    *CMAN OF THE WEEK
    rn .1 house trailer0 i' was fun, reminisci -
    i Mrs Fred Blank In 1950 i ter Bud. now tart H
    West 1 Freda and 1 ed a tour of thi
    S to tec where lhe> wanted to wi I. ey i
    trs and 4 inks lecided thai E
    %c- m them. Fred dreams u i again. but*I
    ). beiortu- so involved in the life of her communit) that ;>' --r Fred
    v .'. have to just dream.
    Strai g< lj la never
    en when she
    starti ans in B nai E Nat-
    urally, she beca that
    phase, because herotht the prison
    camp around whi< tht madt the Sta
    lag 17 He said they lived a hie of preti
    knowing that torn irrow would never tome.
    Bui it for Maj Paul Bl nk He
    ami his u.f,- and thn
    Ga., having just returned from Hawaii.
    Freda has -ir.ce become active :n Feder-
    ation of Jewish Women's Organization and
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation She wa-
    also prrsider.t of the North Shore Jewish I
    :er Si-'' rhood posl she held eight years, with
    a two-year n si in between.
    Fred play.- handball throe times a week. |
    fttDA but Freda doesn't watch That isn't a watching
    me. she says. The) play in two bowling leagues and listen
    hi-fi. Freda's smiling face is framed by soft white hair that she ha-
    irer --;<< she was thirty The ether da) shi :. phone call 'mm
    her daughter Dorislee iMrs. Seymour> Fein-t. ther of two girls
    : a boy. -.Mother. ju.-t turned thirtyish
    i1 your grayhi iter."
    * *
    ANOTHER NOVEL INVITATION
    Th. came in a long jewelers bo> to Mr and
    Mrs ll .,- .: Torah ii Ivan Hirsch Bar Mitzvah v r 15
    ...
    i tai
    the invitations to So sh< ean pi nd
    *"
    t-^es had never seen Marc, and 1
    t
    * *
    MANISCHEWITZ AND PINK CHAMPAGNE
    Sedi rty-four
    ear. and eacl i eased
    r and n
    i te fish. M
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    thing alv ^
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    REMEMBRANCES OF THE PATTERSON Fl'JHT
    . .
    k
    i lean ] re there, i
    didn't,
    tu: he si
    : to Dt troil to watch I)r
    light
    Ri.thie heard the ph"n. ring Dick called
    ' Itched him all through the fight, and h.
    wonderful. It seems Patter on was _ood. too.
    * *
    BIG WEEKEND
    Quite an excitinu weekend for Aaron and Sally Goldman. Saturday
    Deutsch. Kcpp
    Eye June Rites
    A '
    by Sondra Mae Deuis
    Martin Kapp :' Dn m
    Sondra is tht
    and Mrs. Harold Deutsch, of 410
    SW 62 ave. Her : ant I -
    of the late Simon on Tillit K
    The bride-elecl graduated from
    Miami Senior H
    the University ol Flon la, and is
    presentl) i -tudent ..: tht I'niver-
    sit) of Miami.
    The prospecttVt '; '- -'r'
    alumnus i : Mu h High
    ed the University ol
    and

    ... sines
    :: inistral Hi -
    the Air I
    -'
    Proceeds Sic
    For School
    All;
    El PTA Carnival ,
    thr -
    w huh is in Um ', .
    ing and r. ..
    assembly hall
    arting at 11 am -
    . t in tht
    school building i
    north i :
    the tiv hi
    rides, gam* j -
    mar) carnival
    I ordinatii :
    v. Mill
    dent
    ed
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    Mng,
    MISS SONDRA Ai DIUTSCH
    Beth David Ladies
    Plan Election
    Richmans Tell
    Shari Lee's Troth
    Mr .< Mrs S
    737 Pai Coral i
    engagi nenl ol I
    Lee. to tit rail
    Stanley Bush, -on oi Mr and Mrs
    Murra) Bu-h 2020 SW -'i t< r Mi
    am; A
    plar.-
    \ es f Coral Gi
    :" yt.-.: 'he bridi i It
    tbt Lversit) of Florida
    she was a er of Alphs
    Ion Phi ". e will rt ceivi her
    Bachelor of An
    _y from the University "f Miami
    ;n An- IS
    Mr Bush wh ras ai
    nate i I The Citadt
    lieutenei I in tht Air Force
    st :. ice as
    - I i
    . oeral Electric in Syra< ust
    N Y.. as an electrical engineer
    I

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    stud) lor a doc-
    the univt rsits
    contribute- $12,000 toward the
    maintenance of -he Home, "ill jn
    Mr- Sol Silver man, presi
    MkS InUjf KAMtkiLHlAG
    Mrs. Silverman
    To Give Up Post
    g< Irvii .
    :. ....
    Mrs will chant the
    ditional I tht
    luncheon sponsored b) the v
    \u\iWar. on \;>.
    H the Algiers hot'
    Mrs Trad) Hamerschlag, chair-
    man of the luncheon, as well as ui
    n orning, their son, Danny was Bar Mitzvah Saturday mtzht. there was ,n'' Chest, which annually
    inner at the Diplomat hotel fur the family and closest friends. Th.
    Windup was Open House in their lovely new home Sunday afternoon.
    The weather wa- nice, no one fell in the pool, old friend- were happ\
    to *ee each other, altogether, it was a delmhtful party. Those four
    adorable little boys b.l meed to .Arnold and Betty Goldman The\ fol
    lowed their cousin Danny all around Mr and Mr- Raff] Goldberg,
    Ml and Mrs. Isaac Fr>ri. Mr. and Mrs J B Margoli- were IBOM tne
    h..ppy throng
    * *
    THE INVITATION SAID
    You are cordiall) invited by the children, grandchildren, and g]
    Ichildrcn of Mrs Cecil Myers to join them f<.r dinner in celebratron
    of her eightieth birthday in the Cloud room of the Dupont Plaza hotel on
    Sunday Apr. 16. at six thirty o clock "
    01 course, there was a big cake on the invitation, and there will be
    a big cake at the party Friends and relatives aro coming from far and
    rear to help celebrate this wonderful occasion The out-of-towners are
    Mrs Myers" daughter, from Maffick, I-ong Inland, NY. Dr. and Mrs
    Leonard Shapiro, her granddaughter, from Springfield. Va Mr. and
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    The Greater Miami Section, Nn-
    I ouncil ol Jewish Worn-
    , > arrived at the Ca-
    . hotel in best bib. tucker
    , a ngs tor thin "Angel" lunch-
    , : asl week. Caia Le Can Can
    orgeous with silver service,
    . and white tl<>r.il pieces, tall
    d tapera In silver candela-
    beautiful angels decorat
    the head table Hostesses
    di ntified by glittering an-
    - -
    lairmen ol the day were "\ i~
    . Mrs. Raymond Rubin
    ihex a black and white silk print
    ., red ami black sash and a
    hat trimmed with red pop
    i v Mrs. Harry Markowitz
    vie an orange and white tunic
    > i-- topped with a white hat.
    Jess Spirers sheath was ol
    and white, with reembroider-
    . quins, and Mrs William Bren-
    i -parked her royal blue silk
    : with a danflng print blou-e
    Mrs Stanley Myers' ensemble
    muted blaek and brown
    i -ilk. with a three-quarter
    ih coal to match Pale yel-
    ! with the new low waist line
    - Mrs Gene Fiere's choice,
    a ith it -he wore an all over
    ti( mt hat Ol yellow and or..
    ; < lals i'.ii -'.<> n leaves,
    Mrs Stanli > St< rlinj [ell that
    n r three little angi Is al
    I more than qualified Her for
    a place ai the luncheon, and she
    hod her eligibility w ith a
    skj hlue hat and head- to ma'ch
    over a straighl line tan raw silk.
    *
    |u|RS. Joseph Gleicher, wearing
    ,wt an orchid in honor of her
    19th wedding anniversary, was
    in yellow with white embroidery.
    Her yellow linen handbag came
    from Vienna, and she wore white
    kid gloves, A black and white
    - ilk shirtwaist was the choice ol
    Mrs. Aaron Kanner. The white
    l. i -ueater that caused com-
    nun! was one >he had made. Her
    daughter-in-law, Mrs, Lewi.- Kan-
    11 r. wore a two-piece turquoise
    -heath, with a .-mall white hat.
    ack -;!k -urah was worn bv
    Mrs. Irvinp Hillel. Oversized
    white polka dots on the dre-s were
    -o larut they almost looked like
    i -t d in her hat. and it w as
    trimmed with a large red bow
    Miss Minnie Feinberg selected
    a white sailor dre-s with large
    line collar Yellow linen was
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    Gold cup of the Miami Beach Kennel Club is presented in honor
    c! Women's American ORT at a special ORT Trophy Race
    climaxing the club's dog handicap season. Islander chapter
    ci ORT planned the event, with Mrs. Saul Haber as special
    events committee chairman. Shown are Mrs. Florence Kup-
    permon and club qeneral manaqer William Gardner (left).
    Center is Mrs. Philip Stark, president of Ihe chapter, with club
    treasurer Jack R. Johnston, holdinq the trophy. Riqht are Mr.
    and Mrs. Saul Haber. Groom R. Oronovitz is front with F. Dun-
    fan's "Bone Shaker," dog star of the show.
    the choice of Mrs. Morris Filter-
    mck. Her sheath featured a white
    blouse effect with floral em-
    broidery. Yellow was also the
    choice of Mrs, Irving Fell. Her
    futuristic silk was draped in the
    hack, and her pillbox hat matched
    with a big yellow rose
    Mrs. Emanuel Pollack w.as in a
    blue and green sheer voile print.
    Quite a conversation piece were
    the handpainted shoes, which
    matched the print of her die--
    The talented Mr-. Pollack had
    painted the shoes herself. Grey,
    white .md green were combined
    in the two-piece ensemble worn
    by Mrs Michael Covin.
    A two-piece pink ensemble, with
    a deeper shade of pink in her
    hat was the choice ol Mr- Leon-
    ard Miller. Pink was also the
    pieli renci ol Mrs. Jeanne Roths-
    child, while Mrs. Jeanette Good
    si li. ted the blue suil that she in,'.
    bought for her grandson's Bar
    Mit/vah.
    No) every woman has a hus
    band with a discriminating eye
    for fashion. But Mrs. Sidney
    Aronovitz accepted compliments
    on her burnt orange and while
    sweater dress, which her hus-
    band -aw. like.I, and brought
    home to her.
    * *
    JMHITE with orange acco-ono-
    " worn by Mrs. Richard Mas
    sington, whiie pale yellow hi-h
    lighted with an orange floral ha!
    was chosen by Mrs (line Fierer.
    Mrs. Stanley Sterling wore a tan-
    colored raw silk sheath, topped
    with a powder blue chapeau and
    matching blue head-
    Mrs Frederick Scher was in a
    -oft -hade of pink eyelette. Her
    picture hat was of white Milan
    straw Mr-. Arthur Gilbert -
    full-length white limn coat was
    lined with (he same pink and blue
    print of her dress
    From Simonetta of Rome. Mrs.
    Milton Margulis obtained her
    stunning tangerine garden smock
    Toasl color with white embroid-
    er) wa- ihe combination in the
    i're- and three-quarter coat worn
    bv Mrs Mai shall r< pper.
    i ling tliat did occur n the luncheon when
    Mrs, Burti n Goldberg and Mrs.
    Sherman Winn both wore identi-
    cal powder blue embroidered cot-
    ion.- Since thej are tin best of
    friends, the situation wa- strictly
    amusing.
    I he "an I" theme wa- car
    ried nul throu :h 'he entire lunch-
    eon en tin ii e cream was
    decora' d \< ."i (herub fai es,
    Chef Yacovit; applauded for
    the luncheon thai he so artfully
    pr<
    pri sidcnl. \! rs Sidn< j
    Li a tan an a hite dol -
    ted tat imbined a square
    :.(c klu i and soft drapes, Her
    hat was .' \ hiti one li ed
    i icon lace was
    the cho .i ol Mrs Ralph l
    -line.
    Tahitian Floor Show
    Dade Hi ighi Jew >sh Congrega-
    tion i- sponsoring a Tahitian floor
    -how. h ith Polj sian tend and
    dancing to a live orchestra, on Sun-
    day nighl Don Hejshiy is m charge
    of arrangements
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    Props planning their third annual Props "Aacademy Rewards'
    dinner on Sunday, Apr. 23, at the Deauville hotel are standinc
    -left to riaht) Bessie Strull, Pearl Weider, and Jo Edelman
    Seated (from left) aie Betty Harr, Babs Flamm and Sydel'*
    Blatt. The ladies of show business have donated SI0,000 !c
    their Foundation Home in South Fallsburah. N.Y.. with anothe:
    S35.000 the current qoal for the Foundation's medical bldg.
    Nathansons Mark 56th Anniversary
    The big cake said "Happy 56th :he name Nathanson. were in .1 !
    Wedding Anniversary," and for Mr. dition to the Chapmans, Ben and
    and Mrs Jacob Nathanson. sur- Fannie, with son Michael, l";
    rounded by their four sons, one Harry and Bea, with daughter Vic-
    kie, 16; Albert and So'ma. son W I-
    liam, 14; and Da\id and Helm,
    with daughter Margie, 11. Gri
    grandson Richard, son of the Mar-
    tin Chapmans. was in New York
    and couldn't attend.
    The Nathansons came to Florid 1
    over 25 year- ago, having lived,
    prior to that in New York and New
    Jersey They are members 1 f
    I Temple Sinai With them here is
    Mrs. Nathanson's mother. Mrs !"
    Miller. 109 y< ars old.
    NR. AND *!. NA1HANS0N
    daughter, their spouses and some
    of -.heir seven grandchildren, il was
    j.ist thai
    The evening started, Mar 14,
    with cocktails at the home of daugh-
    ter and son-in-law, Edna and Jim-
    mie Chapman, in their new Morton
    Towers apartment, and proceeded
    with dmr.er al the Embers
    Sharing the occasion, .-^ well a*
    Sisterhood Hears
    About Flowers
    \ practical demonstration ol
    "Househi Id F at Care
    Arrangement" v\ ill be givi n by
    Mi Mas Holt; ier [1 Tei
    Israel Sisti rhood :i.e> ting on
    VVednesdaj al 1 p.m.
    Mrs. Holtzberg, who 1- in cl
    floral displaj s al Mt
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    Mso on the agenda is election ol
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    NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: .lorn James, one of the nation's top-
    ten recording favorites for many years, guesting at the Pine Tree ilr
    home of the Benny Davises between dlsk-ing sessions. Softgwritei Davis
    penned a few of the hit tunes sung by .loni.
    Evelyn Decky, active in Beach civic and political circles looking
    forward to renewing acquaintance.- with many B'nai B'rith Women from
    Out-of-town when they center at the Carillon for their annual natii
    earn ml on on Apr. 24
    The Prop-, whose annual awards and dinner-htm is one <>f the
    town's top events, take- place at the Deauville on Apr 23 Wanna bel
    founder Jerri Pollak is reelected prexj for the fourtl I term'.'
    Mrs. Henry E. Coleman looking forward to the first trip here of
    her ore her and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Reifler, of Brooklyn,
    who'il be her houseguests.
    ilfing frati rnitj will miss Littli ) who
    week Besides fcx ne of thi putters thi
    a) fan an I love I to
    stars a ocal players I ioi hi
    VI Jaffe bi ilated on his promotion to a ncj
    jt Centi nk and 1 ru i i mpanj.
    Fn a 1 an an gn eting many of her I
    Shi i ai i xperl in lh fii i yi
    ence as i
    llene Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller, wiil have a
    Sweet Sixteen party at the Deauville on May 6.
    1 ingress nan Lester Holtzman, ol New York etl a sunl
    . thi "' i tre.
    Al a: d SI irl > Si .. I. ol No Miami Beach
    their 15tl ry. were guesi al a dinni
    * *
    HOTEL LOBBYING: The feminine foi .
    -Ion: than il is in the Deau\ill*- i sano roi currenl
    L'Xtrj es from Paris from Paree vii
    Flan:.:.. Las Vegas, and the Statler-H Ioi i A
    rhi big frilly-and-fill) revui boasts a casl of 40 Imong the out-
    standing acts are Jaj Namath and Nicky, a ventriloquist acl with a
    French poodli yet; chanteusi Marcel Leboi and I ,<: ol .
    i featured dancer Chart Martel. The clever team of Niti
    Peppi adds more Continental flavor to "Playmates il Paris."
    Majority of the cast in "Caught in the Kc\ I thi Seville Down
    has alread) appi the Bn adv.; ic stagi Thai
    is tu sons for the !.< mo> i show exciting a|
    II in the hands of experts Selma Marlowe, who originati
    ' -la number <>f hits here and in Las \- as ii Ha
    Mai i Gras \ Rag a Hone and a Pony Tail "
    The many dance fans of Billy Bellack's orchestra don't have to
    wait for a Bar Mitxvah, wedding or banquet to enjov his tureful ses
    siens. Billy and his boys are appearing this week af the Tambourine
    lounge of the Carillon.
    The seven-year-old pianistit prodigj Ginn> I i of TV and concerl
    fame, and her large familj stayed at the Sorrento while here ior her
    appeal the auditoriums on the Beach and in Miami Al G
    il Fu Manchu. set up a special "Ginn> Tiu Table nightl> i..r the
    keyboard wonder and her folks, and thej couldn't have found
    bettei Cantonesi .....ywhere in th< wo
    nebleau's La Ronde is closed for th.-
    hl Boom Boom room and thi Poodle loui i the formei
    with ance | roups nightly, and the rith
    Miitl drinl
    1 u whose authentic Latin rhythm-, especial!) in thi
    Meringue cat< gorj. have bei n rt 11 iwo excelk
    'ii h:- grand gi ak< i ,
    thi r Harrj Ami i ican Bar in the Eden R
    * *
    new ON THE SCREENS: "Underworld, I \ a hardhitting
    i reai hing tentacles of organii
    ' '"'- Robinson and Dolori s D- m an i starred I rtew
    h Miami and Miracle Theatres
    i Professor hold- through Ti esda> al tl i B.
    Gables, and wi recommend il as thi vears.....
    R< placing H on Wednesda> will be th. b
    * -;,r: I imarron Glen f..... plavs th i
    acted bj Huh;,,,! Dix. Remember him and
    ALONG RESTAURANT ROW: i-'. ,,.
    "';' t Mi I el's on Norma I I,
    kosher n e of thi town's fi
    Young, talented builder, Gigi Reynolds Carrier, celebrated the
    opening of a r.ew group of her Sun Coral Etat*s homes with I dinner
    party at King Arthur's Court, at Miami Sorinos Villas. She s about
    the most glamorous gal builder around, no kidding.
    re Heydrich are rinnii ( ,
    co restaura. SW 37 .
    Kpou half of tasty. I
    :|"'- hetti, with homemade bread sticks I
    Taki th. Italian food at Ca
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    Chase Federal Exec at Confab
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    <". L. (lenient-, jr. executive
    vic| pres deal 11 Chase F< di ral, is
    this week attending a top level
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    The Conference, al the Arizona
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    Seated (left to riqht) at the head table of the
    ] luncheon tendered by the Greater Mi-
    . Section National Council of Jewish Wom-
    . lo honor volunteers of the Thrift Shops are
    [.' "ess SpLrer, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, Mrs.
    \ ev Myers, Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Mrs. Ray-
    i Rubin Mrs. Harry Markowitz, Mrs. Wil-
    Brenner, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Miss Edna Hel-
    ,d V."-.. Jack Chernau. The two Thr.':
    operated by Council support NCJW s
    s es which range from Brailie-iranscr.bina
    liami Beach Elks
    Install Rosen as
    ixalted Ruler
    I i; i ;- ww exalted ru-
    Mia : ich Klks Lodge
    \\, ach >tl >-:;<> was Installed
    c< emonies last weak at the
    tlk- I .ib H KU6.
    .n N Y Rosen is
    and !-!* lived with his
    (1 two children here t'>r
    car- R >sen served with
    - Navy in World War II
    r 4a. recailad to active
    in the Korean War.
    a foirmar president of the
    leach Junior Chamber of
    ce. a member of Amen
    . on Post LSii Masonic order.
    . Bar A>_n.. and many other
    \u ups.
    Othi iffuers elected are Joseph
    !alk. tsteemei leading knmht;
    iil-i "liltou Feller, esteemed lec
    rini light; Vincent J Tuscano,
    teemed loyal knight: Jay Der
    |Uire. Lee GoudL-s. tiler;
    in!.;. Goldman, inner guard;
    Shapiro, chaplain; Mai
    er. justice of the subordi-
    mi. Saul Nash, organist;
    C.ilman. treasurer; Aaron
    i. secretary a,1(' Al
    in, t.va-urer emeritus
    1
    mnt>*..-"
    ***..<*
    and binding to programs for Senior citizens,
    scholarships to the University of Miami for
    Dade county graduates, and fellowship grant?
    for training of outstanding women from Jewish
    communities abroad here in the United States.
    They also include the support of the Hebrew
    University High School iri Jerusalem, and the
    sending of educational and play materials to
    Kindergartens in Israel and other Near Last
    countries.
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    1.>I
    i
    l< ni ri'
    Special Bar
    Mitzvah Fete
    Orthodox congregations of Great-
    er Miami and their spiritual lead-
    ers, toucher with the Religiou-
    Zl mis) Organization of America,
    have issued a call for Miamians
    to join in the celebration of the Bar
    Mitzvah of the siaie ot Israel.
    A public festival will be held
    marking the occasion at Beth Ja-
    cob Congregation on Sunday, Apr.
    23 at :; p.m
    Rabbi Nathan Kohler, member
    ot the president's cabinet "t the
    Mizrflchi Organization of Ameri-
    ca, will he guest speaker, and the
    cantors of local synagogues will
    offer appropriate musical selec-
    tions.
    Rabbi David Lehrfield. president
    of the local Mizrachi, and spiritual
    lei l( r ol Knesseth Maul Congrega-
    tion will give greetings, and Rab-
    bi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Con-
    gregation, also will speak
    Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Ja-
    cob, will receive a Bar Mitzvah
    scroll with the signature.- ol those
    present at the function, He mean-
    to present the scroll to pre-idcnt
    Yitzhak Ben-Zvi during the sum-
    mer when he and Mrs. Stern will
    visit Jerusalem.
    Miami Beach Councilman Ber-
    nard A. Frank will preside.
    Dr. Ben L. Fabric, president of
    Temple Ner Tamid, is honor
    ed for "his outstanding tenure
    in office" during recent dedi-
    cation ceremonies of the Tem-
    ple's new sanctuary. Also
    cited were Co!. William J.
    Harris, honorary ?a=t presi-
    dent, and Ezra Finegold, hon-
    orary president.
    Zim Lines Open Offices on Beach
    t'
    link) -
    Trust
    es are Dr. Stanley .1 Col
    en <; ildberg, Marvin L.
    Jame- U. Levenson, anil
    'A i-.:er
    r. Lehrman
    ff to New York
    .w-h Tneological seminary
    has invited Dr. Irving
    fhn of Temple Kmanu El, to
    r< -eric- ot lecture- to the
    I bod) ''t the rabbinical
    \l .*eek
    It ion to relating his own
    es in th.' rabbinate. Dr
    will discuss the basic
    - now facing Jewish com-
    .(
    I1' i irman ha- also been a.-k<>l
    in behalf of the Seminary
    f the major congregations
    Iropolltan area, anil while
    I' \"< "s nrk he will meet with the
    I : h ilty,
    Maurice Revitz was unanimously reelected president of Tem-
    ple Menorah this week. Shown with the spiritual leader of
    Temple Menorah. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, seated at his
    desk, are Revitz; Max Krauss, honorary president; Leonard
    Solomon, vice president; Jack Burstein, secretary; Louis De-
    Coveny, treasurer; and Martin Kurzweil, assistant financial
    secretary.
    Princeton Club
    Elects Levine
    S. H "Bruce' Levine, Miami
    area realtor, was elected president
    of the Princeton Club of South Flo-
    rida at the group's annual spring
    dinner meeting iasl Tuesday ;ii
    the University Club ot the Uremy
    hotel.
    Levine received the gavel from
    outgoing president, John K. Bev-
    erly, and Edgar Gemmel, admim-
    strative vice president of Prince-
    ton University, flew down to ad-
    minister the oath and talk on
    Princeton Today."
    Levine came to Miami from New
    York City m 1950 with his wife.
    Charlotte, and three children, and
    Started the Triple AneCattle Ranch
    iii Weal Hollywood. A specialist in
    the field ot acreage syndication.
    he is a member of the Miami Beach
    Board ei Realtors, Florida A-sn. ot
    Realtors, and the National A-.-n.
    ol Real Estate Boards
    With Israel looming larger every
    day as a major tourist attraction,
    another link in its growing mer
    chant marine is being forged here
    on Miami Beach with the opening
    next month of a Zim Lines office
    at 1635 Washington ave.
    \kiva Coffer, southern represen-
    tative of Zim Lines, himself a -ixth
    generation Sabra with a degree in
    marine law from Chicago, envi-
    sions the new office as a "clear
    ing house of information for those
    seeking to learn about conditions
    in Israel, not only for a visit, long
    or short, but for pos-ible resi-
    dence."
    He says earnestly. "We want
    people to seek us out here, whe-
    ther they travel on Zim lines or
    not. so that we may share with
    them the knowledge we have per-
    sonally acquired. The only ques-
    tion we have not been able to an-
    swer," he adds with a little chuckle.
    i- what Chan re are ir. Is-
    rael tor matrimonj tor a man of
    65." if
    A great deal ot Zim's -ervicing
    is done through travel agencie.i,
    and with dine: lines to New York
    a ureat deal of time can be saved
    and confusion avoided concerning
    reservations available, and
    these facilities are at the disposal
    of the travel agencies a- well as of
    individuals.
    Zim Line-. Israel's largest ship-
    ping iirm. maintains regulariy
    scheduled service on 15 world w:Je
    routes. Zim luxury liners trans-
    port over more than "3.000 passen-
    ger- a year to and from Israel, and
    between other countries, and Zim
    cargo ships haul virtually every
    known commodity, from bulk oil
    to banana.-, lumber to liquified
    gas, citrus juices to sacramental
    wines.
    $. H. LtVINi
    Zionist Camp
    Names Director

    Mrs Edward Reisman, of Atlan-
    i return to Miami Beach |;1. (;;) chairman "t the southern
    tinu to officiate a- services at Zionist Youth Commission's Camp
    femph Kinanu-Fl on Friday even
    W Director h Speaker
    Recalling the earl> days of edu-
    cational television. Fred Fisher.
    Ration manager of WTIIS-TV. was
    pieal aker last Wednesday at a
    me:-. ,,f tne indian Creek Di-
    isioi National Council of Jewish
    * on., a.
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    MIAMI BEACH HA
    While at Princeton, which he
    entered on a scholarship, he was
    a star half-back on the varsity
    team, and graduated with hon-
    ors in 1*30.
    Mr-. Levine ha- been a member
    and director of Mt Sinai Hospitals
    Women's Auxiliary for the past
    10 years, and is chairman ol the
    hospital's Snack Bar.
    The Levines live at 3421 N. Men
    dian ave., Miami Beach. Their
    youngest daughter. Beisy Anne, is
    I,!...! > senior at Miami Beach.High and
    the national Young Judaea ^^ d j^ers. Mr, j,,Ml.
    for teenager- for stveial ^ q[ ^ yofk an(| Mfg u<
    ton Oshins. of Miami Beach, com-
    plete the family circle.
    The Princeton Club of South
    Florida has 150 members, all alum-
    ni, riving in Dade a n d Monroe
    A Memorable Summer for Your Youngsters
    \ oanajD Lakeside
    For Boys and Girls
    J
    Norton Segal
    Jeny Nudelman
    Winter Address
    1000 N.W. LeJeune Road
    P.O.B. 35 955, Miami, Flo.
    Grade "A" NC Bd of Health
    On Beautiful Lake Osceola
    Hendersonville, N. C.
    Riding Water Skiing Sports
    Arts, Crafts and Field Programs
    HI 4-2462
    Judaea in Hendcr-on\ illc. N C.
    has announced the appointment ol
    Seymour Briel as a-sistant direc-
    tor of the new camp
    Brief, who is regional director
    of the Brooklyn Zionist Youth Com-
    mission ha- been head counselor
    at Camp Tel Yehudah. Berryville,
    NY.,
    camp
    years
    He is a uraduate ot the CitJ Col-
    lege of New York, with a Master's
    degree in psychology, and has also
    studied at the Academy for Higher
    Jewish Learning. counties. The clubs primary func-
    Camp Judaea, which will be ope-1 tjon is to offer assistance, guidance,
    rated as a non-profit camp by the | and direction to the most qualified
    three southern regions of Hadassah i youg men in the area seeking ad-
    and the Southeast region of the mission to the university. Eight
    Zionist Organization of America, j boys from Florida, including Sen.
    is located 20 miles from Asheville.
    and six miles from Hendersonville.
    N. C.
    First session starts June 20 and
    ends July 10. and second session jr. is in the graduating class ot
    starts July 11 and ends July 31. '63.
    George Smathers" son. John T.
    Smathei -. are enrolled in the fresh-
    man class ot '64. while Mitchell
    Wolfson s ton, Mitchell Wolfson.


    Page 12-B
    fJenist noridknn
    _FridayA?rd U_ m
    Dade Chamber Elects Officers
    Election of officers of The Mi ,-idian and attorney at law.
    ami-Dade Chamber o( Commerct He was graduated from the I in
    look place Mar. 27 in the Confer orsity ol Florida in 1934. with All
    ence room of the Chamber ,n,] i.LD degrees President of
    Elected to the presidency is Wil he Junior Bar Assn. in 1940. he
    liam P. Simmons, jr.. a native Flo- was elected president of the Dade
    lount) Bar Assn. in 1857. Appoint-
    d by Gov. Coll ns to the Judicial
    Housing Code
    To be Reviewed
    Proposed minimum housing code
    fi r the City oi Miami will be di-
    ed at a meeting I I
    a; \ noon at Tobj NV
    -' ICCOl
    P. Cham
    t
    I tor of i
    'ounsel i). f orida
    j that t> :.^
    he i -. ill s n
    He was eiecte: vice president
    of "he Mismi-Oade County Cham-
    ber in 1959 a;;o recently appoint
    ci to tHe Board of Governor;, of
    f rie Florida oar.
    . -
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    UM Library Will
    Be Completed
    Rabbi Lipschitz in |tef|ff
    Rabbi Max V ; .V2,u: Biri
    Completion of the .ono.noo Otto Tanh c his lecture oo
    Chiatry Tuesday
    en the third
    nonth in room :
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    Pleasant memories of their recent cruise to Nassau will be en-
    10yS? L^fl ?Qrdin- f 3188 SW 13 Miami, and her
    mother. Mrs. Ada Fein. 1521 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach, aboard
    'he air-conditioned SS Bahama Star sailing from Miami. Miss
    Hardin was formerly on the staff of Greater Miami Jewish Com-
    munity Center, taking a cruise vacation before starting work
    at the Jewish Home for the Aged.
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    Stars to Run
    For Championship
    \ n inations lor the 18th rui i
    ol the Bis< ayne Kennel Club's I
    Florida Championship on Apr 29
    already are dominated by -tar^ of
    the big tune winter greyhound
    racing circuit,
    "Leading owner- appear un-
    daunted by the prowess ol Big Gos
    -ip. winningesl dog ..f the year, as
    the home track's top contender."
    laid William R. Moore, presiding
    Judge at the North Dade oval. "Our
    current headache la to lift the qua
    lifying field to 32."
    Climaxing with the state titie
    chase. Championship Week opens
    with four elimination races, two
    >jn Apr. 21. and the same number
    on the next night. Two semifinal
    heats are scheduled for Apr. 26.
    with a Consolation run Apr. 28.
    Winner of the state crown, now
    worn by Rio Grand* Rose auto
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    World Championship on May 20
    against challengers from Australia
    Italy. England, and Ireland.
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    Luigi Gino, the apprentice sen-
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    mer. apparently has found the
    path again at Gulfstream Park
    Current leader in most races won
    Over his other apprentice rivals
    Gino has been riding in his best
    form of the winter over the tea
    side oval.
    (imo vvas the leading apprentice
    It Monmouth Park last vear and
    looms a finch to hold the same
    title for the Gulfstream meeting
    He has nine victories to his credit
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    cy. April 14, 1961
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    Page I3-B
    H ; si bscribers, The present free
    e jsking a corsage to each motl
    s ihould be addressed to Corsage ( P.O. Box
    V an ; I, F'a.. one Month in ad-, n .... Ir de tl i
    -' -ie Par or Bas Mitzvah, date and ceremony,
    i address and telephone number. The corsage will be
    d *o vou courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
    e occasion.
    i ;-;. and is also
    stra
    parents will
    hi
    a member <>f the
    Miami Bar Mitzvah Sidelights
    David Bogner
    M)l mow ;:/ w:!l
    le at t r Mitti ih ol I i
    : Mr- Carl B<
    -. dm ing Sat
    servii Apr l i
    rempii -
    . i
    Rc-naid Schon
    I ir I
    rale his H rlit:
    \; r 15.
    i in.
    at Shenan-
    ."!. .. ; attends thi
    IS s
    and dinner in his.
    .- will Ih' given Saturday eve
    Seville hotel.
    *
    Seymour Roth
    ?mple Menorah will be the site
    e Bar Mitzvah <>f Seymour, son
    \tr and Mrs. Jack Roth. 71H
    -t Saturday morning. Apr. 15.
    Ih Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of-
    [tating.
    Seymour is a graduate of the
    frnple's religious school and now
    Hebrew High, as well as
    utihis Junior High.
    |F Mowing services, a luncheon in
    Honor will be given at Michel's
    lurant.
    *
    Let RovefiSooi*
    I r Mitzvah of I-ee. son of Mr.
    Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse. 5035
    .aware ave., will be celebrated
    rurday morning. Apr 15. at Beth
    < <>ngreg*rtion. with Rabbi H.
    ins Roltman officiating
    ' < is an eighth grade student
    i Hebrew Academy.

    Ronald Jayson
    aid Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs
    - Jayson,. will be Bar Mitzvah
    irday morning. Apr. 15. at
    'ih Israel Congregation, with
    David Lchrfield officiating.
    R uld is in the seventh grade at
    M Fisher Junior High and has
    'led religious school for three
    s He i> interested in rare coins
    ' medals, and plays baseball.
    I ollewinfl services, his parent*
    honor him with a luncheon at
    Royal Hungarian restaurant.

    Howard Smiley
    s inlay morning services. Apr
    it Temple Menorah will include
    1 Bar Mitzvah of Howard, son oi
    I*' and Mrs. Joseph Smiley. 734
    . with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
    ifficiating
    ward is a student at Nautilus
    DAVID
    RON AID
    SfYMOUR

    Michael Lavansen
    - Mitzva i
    in H. Lei ei
    will : celebji led & turdj ; _
    n- Apr T3 at i ii il VFaj Jewish
    ei with R S uel A|
    :ii ::.
    Michael I the Hi
    Academy for six years, and is now
    .. student at Wesl Miami Junior
    High
    He is tl gran '-on ol the
    Rabbi Joseph VValdman, and Mrs
    Ve ta Wal Iman. ol thi W
    hotel (in M
    Level

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    Rob-r- L i

    I.e.
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    N"i rth Miami .It .
    and ttends I .
    school.
    1i parents will host the i nej
    Shabbat on Friday evening, thi
    Kiddush on Saturday, and will have
    a reception at their home. i.'780
    Biscayne Baj dr. Keystone Island
    3. Saturday night.
    *
    Harold Strunin
    Services at the Israelite Center
    Saturday morning. Apr. 15. will in
    elude the Bar Mitzvah of Harold,
    son of Mrs. Gladys Strunin.
    Harold is a seventh grade stu-
    dent at Sher.ar.doah Junior High
    and attends the Center's religious
    school.
    Mrs. Strunin will host
    in his honor.

    I ': Bti
    Ul
    Ii
    estsl
    ' i .
    ; ..: is, Mr. ani Mrs.
    Ml Li i...
    Weil, .:- is aunt and un< le,
    and Mr>. Herbert E Mahler
    all from New York.
    son ol thi William Wi
    iil be Bar Mitzvah on Sat irdaj
    at Tempi' Jl |i
    N. Y.. i imi
    I it
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    : I the fesl
    Varoi clos

    i aj iron; Oak Park, Micl
    celebrati
    Bl : \!.\'\ ah.
    Another long flight will bring
    Mrs Alice Bill i Mrs Till.' Al
    pert, Mrs Moe Naimon and the
    Samuel Richards from Boston, and
    the .1 Nussbaums from New York.
    to honor Stephen, son of Mr. and
    Mrs Herbert Wall, on Saturday
    at Temple Juaea
    All the way from Canada for
    Ronald Jayson's Bar Mitzvah on
    I
    ::.l : Ada
    lb
    II ..
    i
    a.i.' son.
    And Robert, son t Mr and Mi
    . ai old Leen, ill ha\ e his grand-
    parents, the Ben ll Fn edi nberg
    ii Mi V'ernon, N. Y.. and the Sam
    uel Leens, ol New Bedford, Mass.,
    here to share the ji j s ol his Bar
    Funds to Go
    For Scholarships
    from the
    i
    hips to I
    eged childn ii
    maj attend thi
    . i '
    ! bi S indaj
    '. mi Bea< h Hi. h
    i lorium.
    members
    ati m enacting Is-
    rael' historic developim nt during
    : ;.; years
    Starred will be the world-famous
    Israeli Sabra dancers and singers
    llfNf
    MtOMfl
    Stephen Wall
    Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Herbert Wall, will be Bar Mitzvah
    during Saturday morning services.
    Apr. 15. at Congregation Yehudah
    Moshe. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz
    will officiate.
    The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh
    grade student at North Miami Jun-
    ior High and has attended Popiel
    religious school for three years.
    Mr. and Mrs. Wall will host the
    Oneg Shabbat and Kiddush in their
    son's honor.
    Paul Turner
    Temple Judea of Coral
    Ralph Turner. 704 Calalrava ave..
    Saturday morning. Apr. 15.
    Paul is a seventh grade student
    at Ponce de Leon Junior High and
    Kiddush has attended Hebrew school for five
    years and Sunday school for seven
    years.
    A reception in his honor will be
    held Saturday evening at the Bar-
    celona hotel.
    Warsaw Ghetto
    Memorial Meet
    A memorial dedicated to the
    memory of the six milion Jews who
    died under the Nazi heel and to
    the Warsaw Ghetto uprising will
    be held Saturday evening at Beth
    El Congregation.
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
    leader of Beth El. will lead in the
    observance sponsored by the new
    American Jewish Social Club of
    Miami.
    The organization consists of 200
    former inmates of camps at Ausch-
    witz, Bergen-Belscn, Mauthausen,
    and others.
    Gables
    ... .. will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah
    Junior High and the Temple s re- Qf pau, A]an son q{ ^ and Mrg
    llgious school. ________________________________
    A dinner reception in his honor
    will be given at the Belaire hotel.
    Ilene leitler
    Friday evening services. Apr 14.
    at Temple Zicn will include the Bas
    Mitzvah of llene. daughter of Mr
    and Mrs. Jesse Teitler. with Rabbi
    Alfred Waxman officiating.
    llene is a student in the Temple's
    confirmation class and is in the
    seventh grade at South Miami Jun-
    ior High where she is on the Dean's
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    Page 14-B
    *Je*ist)fk>rKlia'i
    Friday. April 14,
    Yiddish comedian Michel
    Rosenberg stars in the Yid-
    dish language film. "Mazel
    Tov Yiddin." as the final offer-
    ing by the Israelite Center
    Jewish Playhouse on Sunday
    evening, 8 p.m. Co-starring
    ere Leo Fuchs. Chaim Tau-
    ber, and Cantor Leibele Wald-
    man.
    Beach Chapter
    Donor Luncheon
    Miami Beach chapter of R'n;n
    Frith Women "ill hold its annual
    donor luncheon Tuesday noon at
    the Fontaincb!e;iu hotel.
    Guest speaker will Mrs Gerald
    Soltz, president of B'nai B'nth
    Women, District 5
    ram will include a musical
    I < niution.
    NEW YORK CITY
    for in-pcr'anf business
    and leisurely pleasure
    TIMES SQUARE
    ' md I entertainment
    nee
    HOTEL WOODSTOCK
    i i ': r. mat r; Qeneral vgp.
    " iionj
    ; .:
    129 WEST 43 ST.
    for 1 : ;r brochure
    *rg!*i 56 S8 do.bias S10 $13
    JUDSON 2-5000
    "Yum-Yum Tree'
    Opener Among
    Social Events
    One of the most flittering events
    in the social theatrical season is
    due thh Monday night when "Un-
    der the Yum Yum Tree"' debuts at
    a preview night at the Coconut
    Grove Playhouse
    Coming direct from Broadway's
    Henry Miller Theatre, where it will
    close two nights eair.or. fie racy
    comedy is being presented by pro-
    ducer Owen Phillips as the first
    in a series of events "which will
    once again bring to the atteption
    of localites the importance of sup-
    porting their only professional le-
    gitimate theatre."
    Attended by many prominent re-
    sidents. the evening will be
    launched with dinner at the Play
    house restaurant, followed by the
    play, and topped by a champagne
    soiree at which those present will
    have an opportunity to meet the
    ca-t.
    Among the most important
    casts ever presented at the Play-
    house, Mart of the Lawrence Ro-
    man play are Dane Clark and
    Geoffrey Home. A long-time
    favorite of films, stage and tele-
    vision, Clark will play the role
    created on Broadway by Gig
    Young.
    A major sensation in "The Bridge
    on the River Kwai. Home i the
    handsome actor who followed this
    greal success in ;i co-starring role
    with Da\ui \ivcn ami Deborah
    Kerr :n "Bonjour Tristesse."
    Also from New York wij be Col
    hn Wilcox. the production's stand-
    by for star Sandra Church.
    Continuing through Saturday
    DigJll is 'The World ol Suzie Wong,"
    the hi: starring Lam Mlyataki in
    her third week at the Playhouse
    Now available, too. are ticket^ for
    Molly Picon in "A Majority ot
    one.'' which opens Tuesday, May
    16. for two weeks.
    westbrooke Club Going Up Here
    1961
    JAMES I. KIARDON
    NEW
    Diefenbach Runs
    For New Term
    Mayor Dan Diefenbach 1- run
    nins I i suceei himx !i -
    "t 'hi- Citj 'i North Miami B<
    held for -. \ i ral sue
    ..
    Diefi n a plat
    retail decencj
    nily in tl Offio
    Diefenl I the
    : an mosl
    te in the fiel
    HEALTH
    Reardon Seeks
    Council Seat
    James E (Jay) Reardon is a
    candidate for City Council in grmip
    6 in No. Miami Beach in the t-lec-
    tion Tuesday
    Reardon believes thai "in order
    that our city may grow, wi must
    have- progress, but with economy "
    si. is defin lei) i I any un-
    planned -pen ing ol the taxpayers
    money," and strongly recommends
    that "since w navi bud et, we
    should adhere to ,:
    He recommends that "there
    should be a yearly reevaluation
    and plan for the use of the utili-
    ty tax which should be spelled
    out in full so that the public
    knows exactly what it is getting
    for the money."
    Reardon, with a partner, owns
    and operates an appliance business
    on W. Dixie hw> Prior to that,
    he was postmaster oi the- No, Mi-
    ami Beach Post Office until its
    consolidation with the Miami Post
    Office
    During World War II he was Oil
    active duty .\.;h the- is Navy
    for U i years I and his
    ' No '., :., Bch.
    ufe Lynn, and
    liters, nd J anne,
    : al Nf 156 i
    I'ntil I he was
    emb< f the Plannn and
    assert

    he b< it inti ri sts of poj
    will i i jq it,,
    (utui
    Wc-throokc Country Club, under
    cons:ruction at the Tamiami Trail
    and BS ave., will otu-r a complete
    all-family SOCial and recreation
    center The program will include
    e>i) lung from da) camp facili-
    lics "and .,athletic competition to.
    evening social activities for adults.
    Westbrooke offers i supervised
    children's activities program un-
    der the direction c>f Sid Green-
    span, former Univeraltj of Miami
    linebacker and camp counselor.
    Included ir. the Da) Camp division
    is a "swim before you walk" pro-
    gram to teach water saiety to
    youngsters. Teen-agers have their
    0 w n planned program, plus an
    especially-built recreation room.
    The club i> laid out so that each
    age group is separated, with its
    own private facilities
    Adults may iwlm, visit, play
    cards or simply sit and relax
    knowing their children are partici-
    pating in supervised swimming anil
    playground activities.
    B( ing built by Sheldon Kay and
    Harold Moss, the club is situated
    on a 20-acre siu occupying eight
    city blocks
    tcceleirated construction is pos-
    t> pr fabricated concrete.
    Steel and clu-s ur.:ts tost is well
    over ;i millt< ars for develop
    this famil) \ leasure land "
    A. stbroi k< pool 1^ being built
    in the lorm ol a v\ Designed
    neet A u standards, it con
    tains five i i Is, and will
    be used for many tournaments
    The children's Txol is a scaled
    down model ol this umqueh-r, ,,.,,
    pool. '' J
    Among other facilities are ten
    nis c-ouns. a regulation softball
    diamond, putting grc.n. lour-wall
    handball courts. shuffleboard
    courts aIon*- with a banquet hall
    formal dining room, and t cL;,aij
    lounge. An arcade will include ttt.
    vices such as a barter shop and
    beauty salon.
    Westbrooke also offers [ferem
    types of membership
    Westbrooke is located lusi 0if
    the Palmetto by-pass,
    acccsible to members from
    throughout Dade i<
    Scale model is on displaj Wen.
    hrooke's temporary office 86o9
    Coral Way Also, a; ., pan t he
    dub's community service | .ram
    Westbrooke has engaged serl
    vices of Fdith Zipp charm and
    fashion authority. U be ... iilabie
    as guest speaker before club
    groups Mrs Zipp ma> be schedule!
    for talks at the Westbrooke of.
    fue The-e charm progra will
    also feature a SCal< model West-
    brooke.
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    ...w't1 EVERY LUXURY. Benefit from ma r~ -?;v;ng, rooiocctive em
    wo'ft! cf Hot Springs ond relox in luxury ot T^e Arlington.
    Both* -.<:, : .or cc'es ond poms due to tension ond 'otig-je... .relieve
    arthritis, rheumatism, ond high blood pressure. Superb bofhhovse In tie hotel.
    f o>r ne* -Irocle, temperature-controlied, coscode twin Swimrrlog pools,
    polio ar.d Sun deelt...dance ond be entertained. Golf on Our two II *
    O o-iplonshlp Courses. Finest food erved orywhere is the priae of th#
    A- ington. All sports ond recreations in Hot Springs noture's woooerlond -
    Including hunting, fishing ond Los Vegas night life.
    at the
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    Way. April 14. 1961
    *Me#i\t> flcridfat)
    Page 15-3
    Jerry Stitsky. 5
    Felled by Cancer
    four sons including Ban nnd l'hiiip:
    tin. daughters. iiuUuiiiiiia Mrs Kiln
    Ooldherp?: II groiidchlldfren, 25 great-
    ui a mfri ildt en anil (M16 jreat -m .-a I
    maud, hi Id Services era \ n : in
    Riva-i Ida Memorial ih........ Nwrmnnds
    Jcrr>' H. Stitsky died of cancer i>,
    Monday. Apr. 10. a. the age of 5. halbste.n
    J^-^.^?1.^..*^^ :.., ,,,>u ,.s: died v..
    LEGAL NOTICE
    CHMES AAffON
    KABBI DAVIDSON
    Off. WOLfSON
    iaron, Rabbi Davidson, Dr. Wolfson
    ire Voted JWB's Frank Weil Awards
    By Special Report
    NEW YORKThe 1961 Frank L. I
    feil Awards of the National Jewish
    Mfart Board have been voted to
    karlei Aaron, president of the
    (wish Federation of Metropolitan
    Ihicap : Rabtr. Max D. Davidson.
    jintua) leader of Temple Beth
    irdecai, Perth Am boy, N.J.; and
    Harry Austryn Wolfson, pro-
    fssor of Hebrew literature and
    lilosophy at Harvard University.
    The winners were chosen by a
    ing committees
    fields of service.
    in JWB's
    Morton Stitsky, 1450 SW 17 ter..
    Miami.
    In addition to his parents, he is
    survived by a sister. Stella; bro-
    iler. Leo; paternal grandparents.
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stitsky. all
    of Dallas. Tex.; and maternal
    grandparents. Rabbi and Mrs. S.
    M Maihtei. of Miami.
    Services were Monday at Gor-
    don Funeral Home, with interment
    in ML Nebo Cemetery
    Memorial donations may be made
    to the United Order of True Sis-
    ters, care of Variety Tumor Clinic,
    or to the Pediatrics Cancer Fund.
    University of Miami Research De-
    three partment.
    NOTCH UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS IIKP.KKY tilVHN that
    lha undersigned, : na engage n
    '.llsilles-. r i:ne ,f
    1 ITT' IWN MOWS slHVU'l
    N W 7 A\ 'i Ml 'i-
    II.- i. ii.I [B T".:i-...... :i*d>^i!,e' (ho
    came here I'j years ago from Lynn, Clerk ol the I'lri
    Mae* and ns a member >l (Sables <' unt i-1
    .
    ,..,.
    I...'It.- IT.'.. Knights of Pythian Sur-
    \ \ ng aiv ins wife, Hall) tw i daugh-
    te -. Mai. i.i an.i Ronu i brother ind
    four slaters Servli *ei Vpr. 6 In
    ' lordon I'nn. idI Home
    CLARENCE L MEYERS
    ;-,. ,,r 9ki>i 'olllns ave .1 I Apr
    He "a.- founder and president -.i th<
    t'larenoe I. Mejers Teat Ini ol
    Philadelphia, and had maintained a
    u Inter home hei foi ye i He
    ran i member of the Ma sain I.o
    There ai-e ii" local survivors Ser
    wi in Philadelphia with Rlversiale
    Memoi lu la. pel In hai.. I.....I.
    JOHN HI S :''
    It. A. ST !PHN -
    > I -
    1,14.21. 2
    Aaron, a former president of
    that Jewish Community Centers
    of Chicago end of the National
    Jewish Welfare Board, was voted
    the award "for distinguished con-
    tribution to that advancement of
    the Jewish Community Center
    movoiwont.
    Rabbi Davidson, a former chair-
    man and one of the founders of
    MRS SOPHY S.NGER
    T7. of t...... i' illln* ave -I ed Apr 10
    She am.- here 20 vearn nun from Sew
    York. Surviving are three daughters,
    I Including Mrs. Lily svhiff; seven
    grandchildren and ii grat-grand-
    children Services -r.- Api it In
    Riverside Memorial Chapel, Knrtnnndj
    1-1"
    MAX AUGARTEN
    58, of WOI \\v 10 ave-, died Apr. 1.
    He came here 20 years nn fron \.-v
    Vorfc and was t retired baker Sur-
    viving i- hi.-, wife, Julin Service*
    were Apr ." in Gordon Funeral Home
    HVMAN LUOACER
    .'.;. of nil svv ;:; ave., died Apr t He
    came here 1" years ago from Baldwin,
    NY., and was a retired New York C'lt>
    police officer. Surviving are his wife,
    Frieda: two sons. Including; Edward;
    three brothers and two grandchildren
    Services were Apr, C in Gordon E\i-
    neral Home.
    MRS DEBBIE BALLAN
    IS. of 1774" NE 10 gV No Miami
    Beach, >ii>-il Apr. it s*>e came here
    six years ago from Detroit Surviving
    are h-r husband Charles: a son, CJer.
    aid H.. ti slater and a brother Services
    try oi DOUble Americans headed JWB's Commission on Jewish ,"'";;. j^.nnan,al) ^rsW* M""f'r"'
    ly thi !on Stanley H Fuld, as- Chaplaincy and now president of
    tciati Justice of the New York the Synagogue Council of America, ( 0f 75^WM?cll^diee^Apr* She
    |tate (. i .irt of Appeals, from a list will net the award "for distin- rame here nine year's ao from Hitrrt
    nom
    MRS. NELLIE B. AROELL
    ii;:. of 13" N-w S3 pi., died Apr. I, she
    iame to Miami tt years 140 from NVw
    York and was a public relations conn-
    eior. Survivine sre her h :,;iimi. Al-
    bert a a son, Ktanlej R Rose and
    ;t daughter. Mrs. Biernice Kovacn. Ser-
    vices wer<- Apr. ;: at Riverside Me-
    morial 'ha pel.
    ^ees sub.mtted bv screen- flushed contribution to the weK burg, Pa Survivors include her hus-
    tare of Jewish personnel and their r^Ae*^..'*;: ftSi'aYS ft
    eth Torah
    Sponsors Course
    dependents in the I' 5 Armed For- bert Becker > brother, w
    COS and in VA hospitals." her n'"-rni1 grandparents
    OAVIO L. TIEGER
    72. of 4131 SW E t.-r died Mar 31
    II.- came to Miami it years ago from
    New York f"lt> and a a retired
    wholesale pi id u dealer Surviving
    i- his wife, Hannah Service* were
    dpr in i: \- side Mem trial Chapel,
    I 'iiu'a.- nl
    i. .- .% \ ii in Riverside
    Dr. Wolfson, one Of America's t'hapel. Onugla* rd
    great Jewish scholars and the au- benjamin marantz
    - dism and its Meaning To- 'hor of work- in the field of Jew- Ba> di m
    B3 .- the title >f a new course ih philosophy, will recieve the
    the Beth rorah Adult Institute award "for dis'inguished contribu-
    te tu res and russions will be tioa to tht ent of Amen
    |,iii everj Sundaj morning from can Jewish
    Presentation v. the awards
    bronze meda lions a:'! engrossed
    citations, il be Saturday
    evening, Apr 15 at the Delmonico
    1. oon.
    Partii iating ...II be Rabbi Max
    I.il i hit/ 1 i ill lntroiliHe
    ii se in Rabbi Abraham
    lorf, '".rector of 'he Miami Mer
    >/ l.'lnyonei Hacbinuch, the edu
    itiona! and publishing arm of the
    ibavitcher Chasstdic movement.
    Firs! lecture will be held on Sun-
    lay moming, Apr 9. in the Joseph
    [ahanci daily chapel.
    lied
    Alii s Ho can here 11 years igai
    Welrl W Va ind vas i ri
    re i il. ; i ore iw ni i B r
    \ i\..r- .d his wife MhIh
    vi i i Shel
    >. VI -.
    vvra n West Virginia v ; I-
    : -.- .. ill
    MISS EVALYN MERSKV
    IS, of :-';" M-: 18 si \ Minn i
    ''.. .. Ii, .I e -\.ii ya-nrs agai fram Sew Y S ir-
    iving in .ili- r, Mrs hi.. Mer-
    two slsii Mrs i In a nd
    \'i Itertha Spitl I i In I
    \. I in Rtvei -' Ma
    iul i 'ha'i. 1. Noi man i. !
    MRS. ANNA PEYSER
    i II .: 1st V
    UeB \ died Mil-'
    !'.<. -: \ years ia I lei
    vivlna uri ; r I M<
    - hi. Ijlu ir.l lla '
    lers and :i\ grand hilil S<
    Mar In Riversil M niti lal
    SAMUEL PITKUS
    i .. II \ ... i !
    H h | ] v ears igo
    hotel in New York at a dinner meet- M Philadelphia ind was ......luce
    , ....... t j .i.'-iii.n survivors in.lnl- ln u>-. h,i,.i iViOiiul-iihi .v.-
    >n of JWBs board of directors, it H..,>, daughter. Mrs Loula Kauf- '
    man .. s, Donaldt tbr.....isters u I LEONARD M. PATOMAKIN
    , grandchild Services srere Apr 11 -,| ,,. S\V :".' ..v.-. died Mar Sfl
    it Riverside Memorial Chapel Oa.ug- ue came hen 17 years i I'hil-
    was announced by Maurice Mer-
    my. Larchmont, N.Y.. chairman
    of the Frank L Wei! awards com-
    mittee
    The awards have been given an-
    lus rd
    !
    lorf on Tire Will
    ouble Facilities
    HARRY WEINTRAOB
    71. of 10ft* I si M imi Betioh, died
    Apr. 9 He came her.- seven years ago
    nually since 1951 for distinguished fri N,- Y,.ik City and was a retired
    leadership and achievement in eteval.....perator Survivor* Include
    JWBs three areas of service.
    Norton Tire Co.. with stores
    iroughout Sout.i Florida, is doubt
    Ig the size of its Homestead fa
    llities,
    ere \; JWB is the national association Home in hame
    of Jewish Community Centers and
    YM-YWHAs; the government au-
    CoraSon Funeral
    JOSEPH WOLKOWSKY
    of M0 Ocean dr Miami Beach, died
    \|,r He ,iiine here 10 years a*o
    roughout South Fiorida. is dottbU thorned agency for meeting the fr/.m K,.? Wtmt and wa, ,,,. ,,
    religious. welfare and morale s....iN store owner Surviving ars a
    needs ot Jewish military personnel J^^^Xw-kT?*0
    adelphia and was a frosen foods bro-
    ker Surviving are hi- wife, Pauline;
    two daughters, Including Mr- Marian
    Kerwer.ia. two -isters and five grand-
    children Services were Mar SI in
    i lordon Funeral Home
    not CE UNOER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICK IS I1KRI :V i .1
    III.- l:Il't- I II II
    llUsi ll*lMS f
    TKLI. s Rlt!IN VI. IBSUJN K .1
    : -.-I I: -i VI I-'* i .
    Intend to reglsti aM an i ia
    i i Dud*
    < 'olllll ; Id .
    TKi.i.'- >' i" r .!:,
    I Nc' la Fin
    I.. ..- Te .
    M:u Holgl i -
    BKRN8TKIN & Mil.I.I R
    \tl -in.' \
    iii4 Congn n
    i i : r,
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PR03ATE
    No 52023-C iCIarKI
    IN RK Esl ie ..f
    IRVINfl KRANK, forme I) k-i.nvn
    as Isidoi Frank,
    11. rea -. I
    NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
    To Ml "redltors and x Per *oi Ha v-
    mg Ctatma or Demands Against Siiat
    Estate:
    You are he el.. i i>t I nil r'|ji-eg
    to ore.-.-nt ai v c'alms and de'riunda
    which von mav hav* ncainsi the es-
    tate of IRVINfi PRANK lei i-i lata>
    ,,t Pnde County, M irlda, to th- Co nty
    Judges '>f I'll Count} and file the
    . inn. In th< if i- In 'he <'nunt)r
    i'.mi thouse in I ''..... r Ig,
    within eight calendar months from the
    ; date ..t' the first hi --'>f,
    or the si me w ill ii pred
    RKTTY KHANK
    Rxa cutrlx .,.- will ind
    Testann nt of Ir
    HARi 'I.I' SIIAl" :
    Vttornev
    K" i ,ln'i iln Ri
    Miami Beai h I" i
    ii I
    INTHECOUNTvj.?-^ 5C,!. RT
    IN AND POR QiOE rTLN'Y,
    FLORIDA 'N 3R03ATE
    No. iO'j:'
    IN RK Esl Hi
    morris shah
    III ..,-..1
    NOT CE TO CREDITORS
    ' -r.. vil fn-.iii
    ;., I
    \ IH11
    You are I '
    to present '
    nt.iv I ..-
    lati if Mi IRKIS < '
    laade (' Horhla. to the
    C.Kinti Judve* of !' le i mtv nd
    file the sun. In the "he
    i 'ouni i "onrthoiisa h nfy,
    Eloriila. vi i-hin elgh! ill IT IB
    from the date of tl :l
    ..,.,.1 ,, rhe i me a II Is h i ed.
    .Ii IMI'M .< K aVRltl H'l-
    \- n:M w s \i.i.nr
    Vttorney
    *.(tC Ingrahant Building
    Miami. Florida
    4 11
    and their dependents in the Armed children.
    Already under construction at Forces and VA hospitals; and the N'" "" Funeral
    'KN) S Federal hwy.. the n e w. sponsor of the Jewish Book Coun- "' N'""'
    and tout grand-
    Services were \;>' il at
    Kun-ral Home with burial in
    JACK ROSE
    ".!. ,.f 1012 > st.. Miami Beaoh, died
    Mar. "J* He came here .7 >eara <"
    from New l"ork and was the owner
    of ;ii automobile paint and bod> shop.
    Surviving are his wife, Betty: a
    duuahter. Mis [leans Cotsln and a
    brother, Ben Ben ces wera Mar :;"
    In Riverside Memorial I'hapei, Wash-
    ington i v '
    tore opens near the end of April.
    k'''l a i Hinty wide celebration is
    ! .inn fj
    "Our faith in the continued
    I growth of Homestead and the en-
    lire South Di area," Mid Nor-
    ton S Pallor aresident of t h e
    firm, "is best expressed in terms
    of our increisei investment in
    the community, Wnen we move
    hem our press-* location at 102
    So. Krome ave., we will be able
    lo offer a greary enlarged stock
    cf all sues a-j types of our B.F.
    Goodrich tire. "
    i.ai-i di ol B.F. Good-
    I Stales. N'nr-
    Tin i o ?p .i'../i's in [arm
    I' bi k tires, as well
    .i i;- a passenger cars,
    imerici n an I t ireign,
    Jim .tnhnson, manager of the
    [ll"m. -, ,. M ,,- ilnce 1959, re-
    jP'Ms that the new Norton location
    pill proude. additional space for
    fcfrvlcei such a; brake relining and
    "in end work
    >pon*
    til of America, the National Jew-
    ish Music Council and the Jewish
    Center Lecture Bureau.
    MOLLIE RIFKIN
    77. die.I in AahevlUe. N.C Mi- 23
    She came to Miami from New York
    FANNYE STERN fit} |n i .; x .,,! |ix,.,t here I- vears
    ;'.. ,.f ..... si\ 17 -t died Vpr I She until :: She i- survived b.v tv
    cants here five v' ira i-r" from Bolti- sons, San lel ind [.mils i'- -
    Shi i- aurvlved h\ a nle All. I.lnder Sen "ea a ere v
    ith Rlvtrside Memorial Chapel, Doug-
    la "ii In eha rge
    MRS V.LOREO ROSE
    i. ......... Mi m i B< a died
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    . i- Ills wife, Edna
    Apr. : n h B vei aide Mi
    Normand} Isle.
    Hem > i mi Han v Sell Iln ind five
    grandchildren Servi ea wet i Ash.
    v ill.-. Mar. 84
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Jdge iator to Speak
    Circuit Judce Joe Eaton will ad-
    ress the Luncheon Club of Sholem Appointed a member of the
    idge, Hnai B'rith, on Friday conventlon committee of the
    Florida Funeral Directors
    Assn. was Larrie S. Blasberq,
    vice president oi Riverside
    Memo:;.'.: Chapels. Blasberq
    said v i wresek construction
    will begin soon en a new
    $250,000 chapel fa Riverside
    at 20 st. and Alton rd, Miami
    Beach.
    MRS HELEN MSRSCHORN
    .;-.. of 1619 Lenox iv.. M mi !'.-., '
    died Api 6 She im here
    bko from N' w v .rk Cits in vli -
    ire three nephews Bervlcee were Vpi
    9 in Riverside Memorial Chapel v.
    ton rii
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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    ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
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    IN THE COUMTV JUDGE'S COURT
    IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 52099-C
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    NOTCE TO CREDITORS
    To Alt Creditors ind \" Pemona Hav-
    ing (Mnlms ni liemands Against Sold
    Estate:
    Toil are herebj i ed ind reg ad
    to preaenl anj i itms i"..i i-'tiindH
    in. It \ ..a ma> h iv. aaa n the -
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    from ih- dati publication
    vil- JIMMIE ERVIN V .'!.Ki>!' hereof, oi the same a oai ed
    .re here*i} notified tl it i Complaint IKN* I SV>NAR.
    fur IMvorce ha been x"" ai.|i_i, sii.au mhi.s,
    on. Alfred Kreisler is fliairinan
    the weekly luncheon meetings
    tlir organic it m which are held
    the Roberl Cl lj hotel.
    oung Adult Barbeque
    n!e Ner Timid Yoon | '
    :ll hold a i Sunday. 9
    '.. at the Duii.i. > lioteL
    MRS REBECCA ROTHMAN
    524 i s .- Ml lr., die.i Apr 6 Stl
    !,... I ye i -1 I' am '',|c ago
    hi,I was a menrbW ol Temple Emanu-
    El sist.-rh.....i il idasaah, Ba to Jai *
    t'ongregatlon, Phe JewUh l1
    the \.t- d and Ml <
    .1,. had n Red Oroi
    iding wort Wltl
    I | | Surviving ire a
    , two -
    broth n and li
    .,
    i .-
    Wa
    bj ERNESTINE McCl.EOD .1 > -
    lulred to nerve i >pj il !.....
    ,,, wet or ithei pleading thereto on
    plaintiff's nttornej
    I'M I. KW i im:y
    Attorne] I Law
    120 Lincoln Road Mai
    M Bern h 3 i-'l>-
    . the ii Ig nal inaa ir >ther
    Is i ling Ith th Clerk d the Circuit
    ourt on or before th.- 15th la) of Mas
    Exav tors
    SHAPlRi .v I'':
    Attorn*) s
    12 Lincoln Road
    Miami Hi." ii i lor i
    1/14. tt. IS S
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
    NOTICE is II 'l i ''N th lC
    the undersigned nlring to engage in
    of
    MRS ANNIE BRAVER
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