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

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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 16
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 21, 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
BIENNIAL DETAILS
PAGE 8-10A
1000 Delegates Here
To Open B'nai B'rith
Women's Conference
mum.
elon women in the new adm ; exnlore the
i .,, -.n. u ,.-, organizations ., the 1961 ,,', '.
..,; ,'.. '^V" *eCV'< in Mia. Bead ,
begin* Monday, Apr. 24. Sessions will continue through Fridaj
Api -a.
Convention keynoter Mrs i -
Iher P< te issistanl to i s
Secret! r) I La kw Arthur Gold
b and d i ttor ol the Won*
i and Mi Elizatx ih Rudel
SmitJ treasurer of the United
Statt wil ik on problen .
chan rid poses to volunteer
nensorg :-
Military Chief
Confesses He
Was Red
or-
Label Katz, president c: 3::c:
B'rith, will address the con-
cluding nocn session on Fri-
day. Apr. 23. cf. the national
biennial conven'ion of B'nai
B'rith Wcmen at the Carillon
hotel
Mor* than 1,000 B'nai B'ritii
Worr-ti leae'ers and guests are x
pectee to afte-d the 8:30 p.m.
opening session Monday when the
American Heritage Foundation
and Radio Free Europe Fund will
preset? specia1 awards to the in-
ternational Jewish women's serv-
ice organization.
\ I rsl ban I report of the A loll
Eichmann trial will highlight the
-. Thursday. Apr
27 Arnold Forster, civil rights
direct r an < general counsel for
the 1 aai B'r i Anti-Defamation
plans > addresa the dele
gate; irecUy after his return to
the t: .ted States from Jerusalem
|when he at- >nded the trial
Dm ag week-long meetings, ex-
MtMOHAL TO MARTWS
By JTA Teletype Wire
elected B'nai
cers on Fridav
B'rith Women offi-
Apr. 28
Arabs and Israel Unhappy
With U.S. Refugee Stand
UNITED NATIONS- vrab spokesmen, backed strongly by other Moslem members and
representatives of the Soviet bloc, the United States delegation here
tied to cut through red tape surrounding the hot issue of alleged
property rights" held by Arab refugees in Israel
Litigants Hail
Religion Ruling
,"1 ceys for the American Jew
< i grass and tbe American
.' \ I Liberties Union Wednesday
firmed "a victory tor religious
reedon three key rulings in the
lecision of a Dade county court
Miami's reltgion-in-the schools
psi v the same time, they an-
nounced they appeal other
|arts oi an optni m by Circuit Judge
. Frit2 Gord in thai upheld Bible
and the recitation oi the
mil's Praye.....blic schools
rhe pe iese sections
be vigorouslj
1 -->< the '.' 'ganiiations Baid
. of belief that these
Jactici \ the church-state
. n pi pie of the I
nendment."
I i JCo : the ACLU,
huh repres I five parents in
illenging sectarian practices in
Miami schools, said they were
Hghly gratifie I at these prece
lot-making rulings by Gordon:
"1) For Hit first timt in Ameri-
Continued on Page 3 A
d workshops ..: | dis< ussi m
- examine the status oi
women and the challenges facing
laniiations, according
to Mrs Charles D Solovich, pres-
135.000-member
ii
in ; special open symposiui n :
B rith Youth S n ices
tmberg. chairman oi the
: ith You 11 on,
Dr. W in Haber. chairman
'he l; nai B rith Hi lei Commis-
sion and Dr. Maurice Jacobs
i ol B nai B rith \ x a
Service, will -hare the po
dium witl youth repres
tatives Alice Hi berman. inti i
aai nai pi lidenl oi B'nai B'rith
- Mel Hecht, repres*
l Un lersit) : Miami Hillel; a
Harriet i.- representing i
B'nai B'rith Vocational Services
Guest speaker at the concluding JERl SALEMAttorney General
luncheon session will be Label Gideon Hausner. completing a nine
ECatz presidani oi B'nai Bruh. hour prosecution recital of the in
ivho will also install the newly- credible Nazi atrocities against the
Jews, which left correspondent -
sickened and spectators weeping,
told Adolf Eichmann Tuesday he
would enjoy a privilege in his trial
which he "did not accord to a
single one of his victims." the
right to defend himself.
Mr. Hausner told the court that
the former Gestapo colonel, char
ged with directing the murder of
6.000.000 Jews, would have his
fate decided by law according to
the evidence, with the burden of
proof of his crimes resting on the
prosecution. The judges of Israel.
the attorney general said, "will
pronounce a true and righteous
judgment."
With the conclusion of the
prosecution statement, the next
step will be the presentation of
witnesses for the prosecution,
which will a'so include presen-
tation of the tremendous collec-
tion of documentary evidence
collected by Israeli police from
many of the countries where
Eichmann operated.
The final part of the prosecution
statement, describing the unbeliev-
able bestialities in the Nazi ex-
AVIV-
thai the
Be< r pi rsonal military ad\ i
prol ssor : military h si
JTA Isra ere stunned Sui
ry's fore tary i X| erl Lt. l
M isti r David
Vviv 1 an I keenes
as a p :'
military analy sts for the Israe press. I
reign Communist
I -.- I to the char
VOMAHN HEADS 'NOT GUILTY'
Listing of Atrocities Brings
Tears to Eyes in Courtroom
PACT 6 A
ponden:-
eral left
lenger.
The defendant
impassive!) in
covering the trial S
the hall, unable to IU
continued to sit
his bullet-proof
Continued on Page 5-A
Kennedy Praises
Warsaw Heroes
The I'.S A introduced Tuesday
a new resolution at a meeting of
the General Assembly's special
political committee There, for a
week, a debate has been raging
on Arab-Moslem proposal.- thai the
United Nations establish custodian
ship over the property in Israel
claimed by the Arabs. The l S.
ha f previously tried to amend the
Aral) proposals Israel denounced
that Arab plan as an effort to "es
tabhsh control in respect to Is
rael's territory." declaring thai
the real purpose is to call Israel's
state!) id into question."
The Arab bloc, dissatisfied with
Continued on Pige 11-A
NEW YORK (JTA) Presi-
dent John F. Kennedy and Gov.
Nelson A. Rockefeller praised this
week the heroism of the Jewish
martyrs who fought against the
Nazis in the Warsaw Ghetto in 1943
The President and the Governor
sent messages commemorating the
heroism Of the Warsaw Ghetto mar-
tyr- to Adolph Held, chairman of
i the Jewish Labor Committee, in
connection with a commemorative
service held Wednesday at the
Statler hotel under the auspices of
the World Congress ol Jewish Cul-
: u re
"The rising of the people In the
Warsaw Ghetto against the terrible
oppression and cruelty they were
made to suffer." stated Presi
Kennedy, "has lefl a perm,
impression in the nun.is of men.
It was an epic act of courage. To
p: Russia an
in israi i pr tl i
d thai Mi .
'- -. in Tel \viv a
when I)r i'.
'aigned I r bj a n n
Shin 1 I Israel's s<
Mi's g< : was I -
' $ ai
spii ... and
foreign agent with the inti ntion of
ing the State securit)
hands trembled when, at th(
quest of shin Bet, Mrs i ei sign I
an order imprisoning Dr
15 days for further interrogation
If convicted Dr. Beer faces
lift imprisonment. He was ar-
rested at 2 a.m., on Mar. 31, at
his home in this city, on the
edge of a small forest along the
Yarkon River. He had answered
a knock on the front door, and
found himself facing a uniform-
ed police officer accompanied
by representatives of Shin Btt.
He was told he was suspected of
espionage, and shown a warrant
giving the officers authorization
to search his home.
By the time the arresting party
left Dr. Beer's home, about 65
Continued on Page 2-A
termination camps, was
for some of the hundreds of corres
Italian Leader
In Apologies
ROME(JTA)A representath i
of Italian Defense Minister Giulio
Andreatti, who is also editor of a
magazine in which two anti-Jew -
irticles have appease.' gave
.-- r in< es this w eek tl
was willing to publish re]
prepared by the Union of Ital
too much a darkened world, it meant, al I ,ewsh Communities to re I
Continued on Page 5-A
'/ Saw Eichmann-and Gasped'
By RAY S. BINDER
Special Jewish
Floridian Correspondent
US ALE M Today. I saw
mana I shall start at the
beginning. I am sitting in the
Pi R em, watching the more
than 400 journalists who have
come to report this "trial of the
century I am watching the
room by television and see
I at their respective posi-
- Mr. Hausner, prosecuting
rnej ol Israel, and Dr Ser-
vatius, repr senting A II I
nn.
Since it is almost 9 a.m., I put
on mj earphones and plug into
my transitor so thai I will be able
11 receive immediate trans!,.
of the proceedings into English.
I take my seat in the auditori-
um, and before anyone can realize
what happened, the door opens
to the glass, bullet-proof box in
which Eichmann sits, and he is
brought into the courtroom ac-
eompan;ed by two policemen. A*
first glance, there is a gasp from
all cf us. Then, I simply sta.-e
at this inhuman human, who im-
plemented "the final solution to
the Jewish problem."
Eichmann is dressed in a dark,
w oil-fitting sun and tie. which ru-j
mor ha< it was bought for him
the day before in Jerusalem H
Continued on Page 5-A
..ike-' in the articl ts
The representative the i"
let's retary, gai e I
call on Di
lent oi the l nion Thi -
v expressed regret
les ai I isserted th< were
nspired b) evil in)
One of (be articles in the oeri-
edica', "Noncreteress." revved
the notorious "Protocols of ZiOft,"
accuttd Italian Jews of prefer-
ring "parasitic professions.' a~-
of being "obstinately again**
assimilation" with their fellow
Italians.
The call follov ; be-
tween Premier Amintore Fanfari
Continued on Page 10-A
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Litigants Praise Religion in Schools Decision
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RABBI GtRALD LIRtR
lagler Names
[abbi Lerer
Kabhi Gerald Lerer is 'he new
Ipiritual leader of Flapler -Granada
Jewish Community Center.
Announcement of the appointment
Rabbi Lerer was made here
ite last week.
Kabbi Lerer was ordained at the
r\ne Hebrew Theological Semi-
iry, and is a graduate of New
Ti rk University.
Prior to his arrival here, he
frved since 1956 as spiritual
?ader of Congregation Brothers
Israel in Trenton, N.J.
While in Trenton, he was secre-
ry of the Board of Kabbi^ of
fr.'.ral New Jersey and Delaware
illey, al>o serving as counselor
?r Hillel Foundation at Rider Col-
n and Trenton State Teachers
fjlege
Jabbi Lerer was al-o a mem-
fr of the boards of the Mercer
pint) Mental Health Assn.. Jew-
Family Service. Family Service
a\s^' <'! Trenton, and the Jewish
^deration of Trenton.
Bhabbi Lerer succeeds Rabbi
Ben ,,icl Shoter to Flagler's pulpit
Continued from Page 1-A
can history, court has prohibit-
ed sectarian holiday observances
in public schools such as those
depiciting the Nativity and Cru-
cifixion of Jesus.
*'2> For the first time in Ameri-
can history, a court has prohibited
the showing ot religious movies in
public schools.
'3) For the first time in Florida,
a court has prohibited the use of
school facilities lor after-school re-
ligious classes by church groups."
These "land-mark rulings." ac-
cording to a joint AJCongress-ACLU
statement, "signal an historic ad-
vance in the effort to protect the
public school child invasions of his
religious conscience, a protection
Imbedded in the separation princi-
ple of the First Amendment. This
is not an attack on religion per se.
or the tree exercise thereof il.ui-e
of the First Amendment, as those
who oppose thi> suit have claimed."
the statement declared.
"These sections ol the decision
merely as.ert that under our plu-
ralistic society which respect* the
rights of all religions, as well as
non-belivers, such religious prac-
tices may not In- carried out in
the publis schools
The joint statement was signed
by Leo 1'ieffer. director ot t h e
Commission on Law and Social
Action of the AJCongress, and Ro-
land Watts, legal director of the
ACLU. Pfeffer served as attorney
for lour parents, three Jewish and
one Unitarian, who challenged the
Miami school religious practices.
Bernard S. Mandler. Commission
on Law and Social Action chairman
, for the South Florida Council ot
the AJCongress. served as attorney
with Pfeffer. The civil liberties
group provided local counsel Mo-
ward \V Dixon and Herbert L. Hei-

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ken for the filth parent, an agnos-
tic, in a companion case tried si-
multaneously. Judge Gordon's de-
cision covered both cases.
The joint AJCongress ACLU
statement noted that, "in ruling
that the Bible may be read in
school without comment. Judge
Gordon made clear that 'there is
nothing in the Florida law that
requires the student to be told
that it is a quote from the Bible
or that the student should be told
from what book and verse the
quotation was taken.'
"Particularly significant," the
two organizations commented, "was
he Judges statement that "if so,
it might be considered sectarian
comment, which is forbidden by
the Statute and the court is not
passing on that point of law.'
"Judge Gordon mare clear." the
AJCongress-ACLU statement add-
ed, "'.hat he ba holding Bible reading on the finding
that there is no evidence before
Ihe court except in an isolated in-
culent that any comment or expla-
nation was made on the verse read
from the Bible and there is expn ss
restriction in the act iiseli from
so doing."
The statement added: "We know
that the decision did not hold Bi-
ble-reading per se to be a breach
ol the wall ol separation between
church and state. The question
of the constitutionality ot the Flori-
da State Bible reading law. there-
fore, still awaits a final decision.
We plan to present our appeal on
this point to the Florida Supreme
Court and eventually to the U.S.
Supreme Court."
The AJCongress-ACLl" statement
noted that Judge Gordon's ruling
upholding the use of religious sj in-
bols in classrooms referred only
'9,art work done by children and
to the depiction of a cross, a star of
Bethlehem and a star ol David on
the outer cover of a Christmas
school program. The decision com-
pared' these to the wearing and dis-
playing of such symbols by child-
ren in their own dress.
"The opinion of the court made
no reference to the posting of the
Ten Commandments in a class-
room, for example, or the display
of a Nativity scene on the lawn
in front of the school," the state-
ment noted. "Obviously we have
no objection to a child's wearing
a cross or a Jewish star around
his neck. We do object to the
display of religious symbols on
school property, and we intend
to seek a Supreme Court ru\ng
on this issue."
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The statement also analyzed the
court's ruling on baccalaureate pro-
grams where attendance is optional,
which are held outside the school
and at which a minister, priest or
rabbi addresses the students.
'While he upheld such pro-
grams." the statement said, ''the
Judge made specific reference to
the fact that "this court cannot as-
sume that these programs of reli-
gious teachings are resorted to by
the rabbi, minister or priest. If
such testimony was in the record
that such was true it would be en-
joined but as there is none, no in-
junction will issue.'
"Here. too. the Judge based his
ruling on a finding fact." the
AJCongress-ACLU declared. "On
the basic constitutional question he
made clear that if baccalaureate
programs are religious in nature
that would he prohibited."
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fichmann Atrocities Bring Tears to Eyes in Court
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Continued from Page 1-A
iss box. showing so little emo
on he almost gave the impres-
lon he was not hearing the details
pmsla:ed into German and trans
lilted to him over his earphones.
,Wher Hausner read a long list
murdered Jewish scientists, wri
rs. and artists who had made
(ktincive cer.tnbutions to Euro
ean ilture, and described what
he destruction of East European
ftwrj mean: for the Jewish na
on. E.chmann sat with his eyes
o.-c. slightly rocking the upper
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Eichmann First
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,i sen p.il-' and nervous; al-
B|h>>ut n it ap;v .irs that he is tryina
';> show "these Jews" thai he i-
[not At first glance, he looks
like a man capable oi committing
ih( crimes ot which he is accused
b> State : I-raei, some seated
pri'.i''! me whisper that he is
H'jiot an ordtnary-looking person."
T" me, he seems cruel. hi- head
^pot rounded hut chiseled at a
Ian with a sharper nose and
ihin tnan I have e\er seen Kich-
ani is a hard and homely
ice ;.- he stands for an hour and
'n minutes, hands clenched
rhiie the charges are read in
pbrew, then translated into Ger
an During the time he is seat-
. E.chmann seems to develop
^k nervous habitlifting his glas-
'^Uts : e rubbing his eyes. He also
net.- an newsmen's talk is
4hat hi has a cold.
Dr Servaiu- make- hi- plea
n two countsthat Eichmann
'.o Israel "of his own tree
aInch ho charges was elicit-
der duress, ami that, the
"mighl be prejudiced."

I part of h i s body as it he were
! doling. ,. _..
"We will prove that the Jewish
people were bereaved of many
I millions, certainly close to six mil-
lion people." the prosecutor said
; He added thai the genocide meant
more "than the destruction of
I more than a third of all Jews. It
meant the extinction of Jewish
communities which represented
the most important element in ihe
nation."
The prosecutor asserted that
Bichmann "knew that if he sue
Reporter Sees
Time and Gasps
During this maneuvering, Eich-
mann sits erect and tense, al
though as the hours wear on. he
seems to relax somewhat and to
plai e liis hands on the table in
front of him. where he writes
several note- to his attorney.
As Gideon Hausner discusses
the Nazi collaborators act, Eich-
man appears to grimace, his
cheek muscles and lips tensing,
his eyes scanning the courtroom
only while attention is directed
away from his glass enclosure.
At times, the courtroom is almost
empty, as reporters go back to
rhe pressroom, where they keep
abreast of developments upstairs
by listening to the proceedings
through their portable transistor
radios and watch the television
screens.
As the tension of the trial in
Ihe ensuing days builds broken
only by observance of Heroes Re.
membrane* Day on the 27th of
Nisan the hour of reckoning lor
Adolf Eiehmano approaches
when the first witnesses, survi-
vors of his beastly concentration
camp empire, will confront him.
ceeded in destroying this Jewry,
he would destroy the entire Jewry.
By the mercy of Providence which
preserved the 'saving remnant.'
hichmann's design was frustrated,
and the intention he cherished was
not implemented to the end."
In the concluding portion of
his statement, the attorney gen-
eral for the first time accused
the Germans without qualifica-
tion as "Naiis." He charged that
in the spring of 1945, when the
Hitler regime was falling under
the blows of the Allies and the
Russians, "the Germans tried to
cover up their tracks and wipe
out the memory of the hell they
created." At another point he
said that "the association be-
tween Jewry and Germany rep-
resents the most tragic chapter
in human annals."
Describing the horrible treat
menl in the Nazi camps and
ghelloes in Poland, the attorney
general said that the onlv place
nn Maidenek where children were the trial
treated kindly was at the entrance
to the gas chamber, where each
child received a sweet before be
ing gassed or burned
As an example of the brutalities
practiced in Sobibor. the prosecu-
tor ciled the practice of dragging
to a lavatory persons who begged
for water, and wiping (heir faces
with excrement. Another was the
practice of setting dogs against
i prisoners, who were torn into bits
In Sobibor. too, the prosecutor
| said, the practice was followed
| by clipping the hair of the doomed
Jews before they were gassed and
! extracting their gold teeth before
they were cremated.
I Earlier. Eichmann entered his
I plea of "not guilty" to all 15 counts
of the indictment after Supreme
Court Justice Moshe Landau
[opened .Monday's proceedings with
an announcement that the three-
judge court unanimously rejected
Ihe challenge of the defense to Is-
rael's right to try Eichmann. Judge
I Landau said that the reasoning of
the court for rejecting the chal-
lenge of the defense to its compe-
tence would be embodied in the
court's final decision at the end of
He said that at Maidenek a
weekly race was held in which any
inmate participant who lost a
wooden shoe or stumbled was shot
on the spot.
Summing up the statistics of
murder, the prosecutor said that
at least 200.000 Jews were mur-
dered in Maidenek. 750.000 in
Treblinka. 340.000 in ilelmo and
250.000 in Sobibor.
The three-judge court also re-
jected the arguments of Eich-
mann's lawyer. Dr. Robert Ser-
vatius, regarding the circumstan-
ces of the apprehension of Eicn-
mann and his being brought be-
fore the Israeli court. Justice
Landau pointed out that since
the court found itself competent
to try the defendant, there is no
importance to the manner in
which he was brought. There-
fore, He said, there is no need to
hear testimony of El Al officers,
as requested by the defense.
Attorney General Hausner, in
opening t h e case against Eich
I mann. said: "In rising to present
I the case against the accused. I am
| not alone I am accompanied and
j surrounded by 6.000.000 prosecutors
I who. alas, cannot stand and point
i their finger of accusation against
the man in the dock declaring 'I
Accuse.' Their ashes are either
at Auschwitz and Treblinka. or in
graves scattered all over Europe.
Their blood cries out but their
voices are silent and unheard II
Iis in their name that I present this
terrible indictment."
The prosecutor then pointed out
that never in the history of Jews
had any man arisen who succeeded
in dealing "such grievous blows" to
Jewry as did Hitlers iniquitous re
gime with Eichmann a- the execu-
tive arm for the extermination of
the Jews. "In all human history,"
the Attorney General stated, "there
i- no other example of a man
againsl whom it would be possible
to draw up such a bill of indict-
ment as has been read here '
Murder has been with the human
race since the time of Cain. Mr.
Hausner said, but only in the 20th
centur) did we see a new kind I
murderthe result of calculated
ision and painstaking planning,
not against a single victim, but
against an entire nation
"II was Eichmann's word that
put gas chambers into action He
lifted the telephone, and railroad
cars left for extermination centers.
It was his signature that sealed
the doom for tens of thou-and;.
His command troopers routed, beat
and tortured Jews, stole their pro-
perty and finally, after their very
hair had been taken, transported
them en masse to slaughter." the
attorney General told the court.
K Hails Ghetto Martyrs
in t
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'We the passing years," the
'reticent'* message continued,
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Got Rockefeller issued a formal
proclamation, establishing Apr. 19
las "Warsaw Ghetto Day In his
I message. Ihe Governor declared:
"While it is obviously a day of
mourning for the people of Israel,
il should also be a day of extreme
and ju-tified pride. The six mil-
lion men, women and children who
i perished have become Ihe symbol
| of true heroism.
New York City's "Times Square."
' -ometime- called Ihe "crossroads
I of the world," was renamed War-
I saw Ghetto Square for the day in
I commemoration of the Warsaw
I Ghetto uprising. The ceremony
i was sponsored by the Zionist Or-
| ganization of America, and ad-
j dressed by Max Bressler. ZOA
I president. Dr. Isaac I. Schwarz-i
j bart, former member of the Polish j
Parliament, and others,
Bressler said that in commemo-
rating the courage and supreme
sacrifice of the Warsaw Ghetto re-
-istance fighters, "we pay tribute '
to a valiant group that has forever
destroyed the myth of Jewish sub-
mission to persecution and slaugh-
ter."
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Friday, April 21. \%[
Bond Campaign to Honor Thirteen Leaders Here
W .____i o.-j kAjrrf ot oovernors,
Thirteen Miamians will be m the
v. mid spotlight on Wednesday. May
IT at the .Israel Bond.Bar MUzvah
inaugural dinner, when Samuel
Friedland and other officers of the
Israel Bond committee will be in-
stalled
These 13 men and women will be
among leaders who have been se-
lected in each major community
for presentation of Scrolls of Honor.
Tribute will be paid to the men and
women who have stood in the fore
lr-mt of their respective communi-
tiei throughout the world in the
endMVOr to help promote the se-
curity and welfare of Israel in her
first 13 formative years.
In Miami, those who have been
elected for this honor are Sidney
Ansin. Sam Blank. Jack A. Can
tor. Samuel Friedland. Isadore
Heeht, Marcie Liberman. Mrs An
na Brenner Meyers. Stanley C
Myers, Samuel Oritt. Max Oro-
vitz. Mrs Samuel T Sapiro. Carl
Wiinkle. and Mrs Max Weitz
The Scrolls of Honor will b*
conferred on the Miami honor-
ed by Justice of the United
States Supreme Court William O.
Docojas, who will make the form-
al presentation at the inaugural
dinner at the Fontainebleau ho-
tel. Maurice Reviti is chairman
of the dinner.
Each of the 13 men and women
SI ected for the special honor ;n
Miami have been residents of thi<
area throughout the period of Is-
rael's statehood.
Sidney Ansill was a member of
the original executive committee
for Israel Bonds, with the launch-
in.' of the bond Issue in 1951 He
i- currently Miami Beach's Israel
Bund congregational chairman
>am Blank is a director of many
civic organisations and has re-
(. ved national awards for his phi-
lanthropic and community services.
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.srael Bond board of governors,
he will be installed as general
tha.rman of the Greater Miami
committee at the May 17 dinner.
Isadore Hecht, noted for nil Mf
Vices to Temple Beth Sholom. the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
and man\ other irganizaUeua, has
been an active leader of the Israel
Bond committee in Greater Miami
from the first ij>* Oi the Israel
Bond program is member
ol the board ol governors oi the
Israel Bond e >mmittee
Marcie Liberman. former Mayor
(.f Miami Beach, ha- been an of-
ficer ol ihe Israi I Bond committee
since 1951 and is consistentlj one
ol t h e largest :>:.! Bond pur
chast -
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, no-
ted woman atl rney. is former
, hairmai ol the Women's Division
lor Israel Bonds
v ,nle\ Mj Miami atl i
and civic leader recipient of man)
..: aw ards, via^ been an ar
denl worki.....i behalf "t Israel,
both before and since it* indepen
dent i
Samuel Ontl has gained national
recognition efforts on be-
h.iit of Israe is i hairman, with
Jack \ ol the Greater Mi-
ami l-rai Bond committee V
the recent national bond confer
ence in Miami, oritt wa- appointed
Florida State chairman
Max Oroviti industrialist, in-
vestor, philanthropist and civic
worker, has been n officer f
AJfS. MtYlKi
t'BflNAN
the Israel Bond organic*
since the inception of it* |WM(
Bond program in 1951, irvj
member of the board of
nors of the Israel Bond
tee.
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Mrs Samuel T -,.
Cited worker oi h I ;
for nan) years, wa
one of Miami's
for her lUpport ol
pi gram Havin served
11- i apaci lea iitl n..
Bond proaj am
present v ice hairmai
en Division
i ..rl Weinkle ha>
ous civic and philanthi
lutions for man) yean h.
been a dedicated urker on
ol Israel since b
of Israel He has held s
in Ihe Israel .,-.;,
lion, and is cui reni
the board of govert
Mrs Max We it / h.
H ith Israel Bond- I c<
Hon. Although BCl "; all phi.-
oi community work she bat
tered her main interest nth :x
Israel Bond Women DivM
which she was chairman in ism
Israel Observes Memorial to Martyrs of Hitler Holocaust
JERUSALEM(JTA>Sirens -our.led throughout Israel to mark
two minutes of reverent silence n memory of the 6.000.000 European
Jewish victims to Nazism a- Israel formally observed Martyrs' and
Heroes Memorial Da> on Thursday, Apr 13
All places of entertainment were---------------------------------------------
closed, and the trial of Na/i Adolf The urn containing the ashes
Eichmann. who is charged with was carried at the head of a long
primary responsibiUt) for the kill cortege In front of it walked a
in of the 6.000.000 .' vs was re- cantor who chanted the prayer for
ceased for the period of mourning the deal Paratroopers marched
'hind the large urn wlmh was
MS. MM *$. SAPIRO
He ha- been a member of the Is-
Bond board of governor- since
the inception ol the bond organiza-
tion
Jack A Cantor, w hove communi-
I) efforts run the gamut of philan-
pic and civic services, i- re-
tiring general chairman with Sam
(n,tt ol the Greater Miami Israel
d committee, and is now being
installed as chairman of the board
ol governors,
Samuel Friedland is nationally
known for his philanthropic re-
cord. Former chairman of the
Memorial lights were lit in
many thousands of homes to
mourn the murder of a member
of the family on a day unknown.
Thousands of mourners packed
Israel's synagogues for memor-
ial prayers which included the
Lamentations from the Tisha
B'Av service.
The dedication of a new shrine
on a hilltop three miles from Jeru-
salem was the main event of the
ceremonies The shrim i- a uroup
of stone buildings which include a
crypt a memorial hall and a syna-
gogue. I'art of the dedication for
the "Tent of Remembrance wa-
the reinterment of the aahes of a
number of unknown victims in the
crypt, which has a mosaic inlaid
floor, bearing the names of the 21
most infamous of the Nazi murder
camps and ghettoes
i o\ ered by an Israeli flag
Tin Eternal Light was kindled
by Rabbi Mordechai Nurock, the
old.-st membei of ihe Knesset, Is-
rael's Parliament, whose entire
family w.i- slaughtered b) the
Nazis and who initiated in the
Knesset the legislation under
which Eichmann is on trial
After the ceremony, Dr. Joseph
Burg, Israel's Welfare Minister,
opened a Yad Vashem exhibit
commemorating the genocidal
deeds of the Nazis. In contained
photographs, documents and the
yellow Star of David the Nans
forced Jews to wear. Exhibits
also were opened in kibbutz Lo
hamei Hagetaot in the Galilee
and in kibbuti Yad Mordechai in
the Negev, two settlements asso-
ciated with the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising.
The Memorial Ia> observance
elosed with a ceremony near the
Tent of Bemembrar.ee attended b)
President Ben-Zvi members of the
Cabinet and of the Koeaaet, former
partisans an i former anti-Nazi
fightet i
Education Minister Abba Eban
delivering the principal address al
the evening event, said that "net
er in all recorded history has anv
family of the human race I" D
overwhelmed by such a tidal wave
of grief and havoc i< thai it
the .lewis pi |'.< I
Na/i decade
The former Amha--.. '
United states d i
wide expression* of i
against the preservation
regular revival of memoru
\.i/i maaaacre He wan
"memorj la the guai
science Wboevi i from
manor) liberates bin
the full dictate^ of his I
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*Jewish fkridliann
L Africa Jews Eye Education Costs
f JOHANNESBURG- .ITA-Rcc- isfa education were contained in Judge Simon Kup.r I, include
Immendations to f.nance Hebrew the report of a .pecal comm.sMon representatives of the South A.ri
VTl !Hl 7 rl?h im' re,e*Md*W'Vk- can Jew..!, Board of Dcpuncs th.
M budget-of he.8ouh Afri- Thc'commr^iorr *.- Itablishefl Zionist Federation and th,
i Jewish community tor Jew- in i960 under the chairmanship of of Jewish Education.
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The commission recommended
thai the Jewish Agency should be
asked to allow the Israel United
Appeal to finance the 500.(100
capital program of Jewish day
schools in South Africa and that The commission estimated its
the buildings should belong to the recommendations could save the
Board AgcTTcy until they*tfere" flthV iv Boarrf -of --RdM-ation" 2:1.000 out
deemed or sold. of a 126.000 annual budget.
The commission also proposed
that the Board of Deputies and
the Zionist r-ederation reduce -
present youth work expenditures.
YOUR SIXTEEN-DAY EXODUS

FIFTEENTH DAY The I
ers Tour inam
Ash-
kelon city gi .-. ug out of thi is of an o'd one.

FIFTH DAY r*he Exodus bi irbor. Cyprus You'll start I e too (after a day
ight-si 1 in Tel A... an i among the ma piaci you'll visit n be Ihe te letention
where 30.000 Jews ewaiti I behind their country to come into e> stenci .-.Here
the thousands of Jew ind Cypnots wl M el iee |tl 1 the film.
EIGHTH DAY You'll visit the rums of Caesa-ea. Ro-
man capital of Palestine, sho*n here in a seen" from
the film And you'll also see the 1 bbutz of Sdot
Yam, once the secret landing place of refugee snips
L.GHTHDAY I 0 Exodus
' of the peopi- .-. a
I on the docks and watched the P-.
actm. t all before, when it really happened.
ELEVENTH DAY See Degan.a. the worlds first kib-
butz And the site of the children's village of Gan Dafna
seen in the film. (It's opposite the Biblical Cana ) You'll
a.so tour Nazareth, where Jesus spent his early years.
NINTH DAY Acre, where the underground brok'
the prison and liberated both Jew and Arab alike And
on the tenth day a drive to the Sea of Galilee, wl
the fishing boats were once used as pulpits by Jesus
EL AL's unusual newtour takes you to the places
where Israel's modern day Exodus actually hap-
pened. You'll go on location to the same places
where Otto Premmger took his film crew. You'll
see where an all-star cast acted out the story of
Exodus: from the Negev in the south of Israel to
green Galilee in the north, and across the Mediter-
ranean to Cyprus, where it all began in the deten-
tion camps at Karaolos.
You'll see all the places that played such an im-
portant part in the fight for Israeli independence:
the fortress-prison at Acre, the Valley of Jezreel,
Haifa, Jerusalem. You'll meet Israeli families in
their homes, get to know some of the people who
lived through the experiences that are now on film.
And many of your guides will be Israeli citizens
who had roles in the movie.
The flight to Tel Aviv is on the new Boeing 707/
420 Jetliner. It's only 10 hours and 55 minutes non-
stop from New York. Tours will leave from Idlewild
International Airport in New York on the following
dates: June 11. June 25. July 2, July 9. July 23. July
30, August 6, August 13. August 20. September 3,
September 17. October 1, October8and October 15.
Write us for further details and the special Ex-
odus Tour folder. And please furnish the name of
the travel agent you want to handle your 16-day
Exodus (it costs no more).
EL ALEXODUSTOUR
El Al ASffctM, 1603 Washington Avt, JEfferton 3 5441
ELEVENTH DAY The Valley of Jezreel beautiful
but dice the scene of a bitter fight to
bieak tl |e of Jerusalem Burned-out trucks still
Ime the pass at Bab el Wad at B battle memona'.
TWELFTH DAY Three unforgettable days in Jerusa-
lem Mount Zion The tombs of the Sanhedrin Hebrew
University. (Above, the film's Dov Landau is shown es-
caping after destroying a wing of the King David Hotel )


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Friday. .a.:
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'Challenge to Women' is B'nai B'rith Theme
Government Leaders Will
Address Sessions on Beach
Lasting Through Apr. 28
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"The Challenge lo Women's
< : l is Changing R< i s
h a Changing World" i- the
: the biennial convention
(f national B'nai B'rith Women,
v.r.ch opens .it the Carillon h ;> l
cn Miami Beach on M inday. Apr.
24. The convention will continue
here through Friday, Apr. 28,
w;th more than 1.000 delegates
expected to attend.
Earlj briefing sessions al 2
p.m., Monday, will get the busi-
ni ss nf t h e biennial going, to
which arc united new delegat) 5,
workshop and discussion group
mien, leaders, recorders, and
c sultants.
v S 30 p.m., dinner will be held
ir. thi Silver Chimes East room
( the hot tion in the Baroque room at 7 30
p.m.
Keynote address "ill be Mon-
day. 8 3o p.m featuring Mrs
Esther Peterson, assistant to V S.
Secret a rj I Labor. Arthur Gold-
i. rg an director ol the Worn-
i ? B in an. United States i'<
menl .if Labor.
ii ..,> 's sessions begin with
kfasl .it 8 a.m. in the Sugar
V Spic coffee shop The morn-
I schedule continui- as Col-
....... -ion, Baroque
0 a.m.; luncheon, Silver
Chimes East room. 12:15 p.m.;
Issues Forum and discussion
groups, Bai oque room, .' p m ;
Silver Chimes East room.
(i '.."> p.m.; Fail- Forum and dlS
cussion groups. Carillon room.
B p m,. Lou Walters French
i>:t ssing ot 1961." Cafe Le Can
Can. 11 p m.
Wednesday '- schedule will be-
gin with breakfast in the Sugar
V Spice room at 8 a.m. Youth
session, 9 :>o a.m., will feature
Miss Alice Huberman, internatio
. ; president of B'nai B'rith
Girls; Mel Hecht, studenl at the
University of Miami; Miss Har-
riet Lessy, B'nai B'rith Vocatio-
nal Services, representing the
_ people Adult representa-
tives will be Dr William llaber.
chairman, B'nai B'rith llillel
Commission, and Dr. Maurice
Jacobs, chairman, B'nai B'rith
\ i atii rial Sen ice Commission.
Wednesday's sessions continue
as follows: Luncheon, Silver
Chimes East, ii' 15 p m ; busi-
ness session, Baroque room. 2
P m : dinner. Silver Chimes I .
p m business session, Baro-
que room. 8 p m
Following breakfast and morn-
workshops on Thursday. Vpr
27, Mrs Elizabeth Smith, ti
Continued on Page 9 A
MBS. ESTHER PETERSON
. keynoter
MRS. ELIZABETH R. SMITH
. Treasurer of the United Stales
PROMINENT IN DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE PROGRAMS
Treasurer of United States Slated
In Talk at Noon Gathering Thursday
Treasurer of the United States Mrs smith, bom in Montreal, from the University of Michigan.
Mr? Elizabeth Rudel smith will Canada in 1911 ol American par- She also served an internship in
be principal speaker at -.he noon ent tended private schools in public affairs at the Coro Founda
m d n of the ni ti
! nai B'rith v\ m i biennial
11 n Thi rsda i Apr 27, in
Silver < himea room ot the Card-
Montreal Alter further educa-
tion at the Masti rs S< hool m
Dobbs Ferry, N Y and smith
College, -he received an \l. de-
in Far Eastern civilization
Assistant to Sec'y. of Labor
Will Keynote Conference
Esthei Peti '.ant
- S< ( rel irj ol Labor Arthur
ind director ol t h e
- Bureau of the United
v rtment of Labor, will
ite speaker at the open-
ing j i ihe biennial -
vention Ol national B'nai B'rith
Women on Mondaj evtning, 8 30
p.m.. in the < arillon hotel.
S me I 000 delegates trom
across the nation are expected to
I th convention, which will
hold sessions here from Apr. 21
(o 28.
Mr- Peterson, who ha- ilt voted
her working life to education and
t'< labor movement, i- ar. expert
i Ii gialative relations and on
problems of women workers
She was born on December 9.
l'J06. in Provo. Utah, and attended
public- school! in Provo. where
her father. Lars Eggertsen, was
superin:endent of Utah county
schools. Mrs. Peterson received
a Bachelor of Arts degree from
Brigham Young University in 1927
a n (I h< r Master ol Arts from
Teachers' ( ollege, Columbia Urn-
versity, in 19
Her leaching career spanned a
od of 12 >,ar- she taught
at the Branch Agricultural Col-
in Cedar City. Utah,
1927 to 1929, and at the Winsor
School in Boston, from 1930 to
1936. After her marriage in 1932,
the alternated teaching with her
duties a- a housewife and mother
until i9:v>. taking temporary posi-
tions at the Bryn Mawr Summer
School lor Women Workers in In-
dustry near Philadelphia, the
11U -"ii Shore Labor School in
Esopus, n Y and with the inter-
national Ladie-' Garment Work-
er-' Union.
In 1939. the Amalgamated Cloth-
ing Workers 0f America, taking
note of her special teaching < x
penenco in the labor field, ap-
pointed her as-i-tant director of
education, a post she held until
Continued en Pag* 9 A
lion m s.m Francisco
Mr- Smith. ri >iden1 of Kent
field i alit and -worn into h> r
I :< sent ffice last Jan 30, in-
clude- among her varied career
ii civi affairs the t
. Pn ibyti Man i irphan-
S in \n-elmo. i alii vice
Red Ci -
\lar.i-. count) m< mix r ol
I, San Francisco, J .
L< iui ind ] tiairmai
si hi >| !. nd i Mann
COUI '
semng .,- assist
nei if ( alifi
when she n signed to ... ci pi
ident Kenned) cabinet [>..-
She ha- been a dip ClOl t the
Rudel M Co.. ol M intre-
al; founder Ri -- v'alli .
K<. tfield, Calil stafl member.
Foundation, 1952-53; in\
ed .md patented a lire si
'.'huh she sold in 19
a reporter and feature editor for
tne v ael In lependent Jour
nal fron
Mrs Smith served as natioi
commiUi n for the Demo
"^'',l1 Part) ol California in 1956
She was chairman ol the Mann
< ount) Democratic Central Com-
mlttee. director of the California
Democratic Council. CO-chairman
coordinator ol Northern Cantor'
ma. manager in most ol the state
de Democratic camp,
California since 1954. and ti i
member of Guv. Brown busi
ness advisory committee.
INTERNATIONAL IN SCOPE
Service Organization Fulfilling
Pledge to Assist Mankind
In Complex Activity Program
ma-
. sen ice
it-
"kind
: nit< d S1
and Cai ''' HW
,. M> r ad activities r
multi fao tod BBW
progrs i racu ca
civic,
ii
paredni i i
new front i of a Spaci \
,\ are full) i nizanl 11
! Id .i id the

d BBW |
Vr- i harli I> Solo> i< h,
on the c\( ol her departure
. ting in
Miam crs have
adi pting to
pro
herc\ ci and
.-mi needi no the
ol
>'
r Sai i
Mai I. the infant BBw
as .i liny, single
unit win -i hai dful ol
bers sponsoi ed i I ilantl
activities -o impressivel) thai
thn additioi ..I unit- -- .i ec
ond in San Pram isco and two,
in other \- < -t
I emu .cere founded
during tl i nazl lhre< yeai -
BBw had i < come '
i oast iiation in 1912,
when ;t- fifth unit was i
iz< d 3 c*mj mil< aw a) in N- ..
alk. \ 1
lo.lav in a progiam frame
work ol inti i at at -. i pi
135.000 BBW ni. ml., r- in 844
chapters are serving wide
ol -loop- that include
pre-school youngsters, older
adult- i.i spitalizi d velet ans,
mentall) ill persom i I arded
children, and tl., pin-.
handicapi
i hen \ olunti 11 partii ipation
led t
orl ol the BBW i



lot pmol
ed children u
B\H Frank.:::
veil Four Freei
in Washington, I
thusiastie mei ben
more than SI
aU). contributes I
On behalf of J( V -
gives its full su| .
n- "f Dm B'i
Defamation 1. i '
bat prejudice -
nght-.
BBW meinb r-
unique I>oll- for
into elementary
rooms to teach Lh<
of democracj
youngsters, fas
-lories ah..tit thi
ham Lincoln 1 !. renci
in gale, Loin- 1 : st<
Chaim Weizmann,
I) known pn i
fr< < lo:n Th. 1.
figu r< appn priati
lumed, are a I
r between
adult; her storH
as she holds up i
doll transmit tl i
ol their rapport into
:..l I.
Mr- s,:|i>. jrh
BBw read) for
I i, points
prompt r. ipOBM
America Nat loni
< ailed for \
\ iate Mm ru. .
human lives a. >
' Thi- capac it)
also expii
chapter re-, i .
-.ulor- stranded in i
American cit> oi
Rosh Hasbona
leader she pointe<
iucci -- of BBW i.
tictpation in reci I
the-vote canu .
tip! dec l-l'. tO
defa< emer.t ol
.lew -h hon '
Continued on Pice 10 -
A delighted youngster visits with a trio ol Tolls tol
"nlliw^j y.'. sh?"ng s"les and stones with a Michi
Doll Lady of B'nai B'rith Women.
SU/Jcome to J\tionJ$UnnU*l

bay. April 21. 1981
'"Jen is Ficrkfiari
Page 9-A
MRS. CHAfUtS D. SOLOVICH
.. president of B'nai B'rilh Women
DL Director Will Bring
eport of Eichmann Trial
irect from Jerusalem
fi. \ini.hl Forster addresses
; p iv session ol 'he national
. ronvei tion ol B'nai B'rith
i Thurs laj. Apr. 27. at
Carillon hotel, he "ill be
.i report dirt ct from the
I i n Ir il "i Jerusalem,
I, has been attending
rster is director of the na-
. i] ii hts dn ision ot the
amati in League of B nal
, r more than .<* years, the
: _. compelling voice <>i Fors-
- been heard throughout the
rallying Americans lo the
auisl i rejudice and anti-
ism, exp 'sing '.in- datk for-
i I igotry. p! ;.r a
. America
i day, at >7. Forster i- gei
i -il !< the Anti Defamation
_ .. of B nai B'rith and its
, rights director In thi- ca-
ity, ho s responsible national
for the fact-finding and law
5 of thi am in j
s fight agains- racial and re-
!- bigotrj started when Hit-
Bin was ra npant, when Ameri-
.niti Semites and natemong-
. re goi (tod and often n
abroad in 1938,
< eanize I i group ol lawjrei -
( rvc as tic m lunteer arm ol
\ m Defa nation League. In
stablishi d Ihe League -
i. Ii pa tmenl and, in Jan
he was appointed to
. mi pi si tion.
i -i 111l- yeai s, the is-
n; n riKh'- and (lv d
hav< been among
i rgent problems faced
loans Fofttei has earned
|i renown for his role in
fc-c ,(i io has carried the
ale for a stronger democrat-)
the courts of the land.
i Moral counsel tn the
jue, he h a i led a staff ol
ed legal a loclatea in the pre
Btion of historic legal briefs
living fum amental issues ol
! rights. Me has appeared
e and again in these matters
1 the highest state tribu-
- and helore the United States
:< me Court. His voice has
n hoard before congressional
MEET YOUR PRESIDENT
A Practicing Attorney
Reaches World Through
Interest in Humanity
Born in Somerville. Mass Mrs Charles D. Solo-
v.ch is a practicing attorney and wife of a lawyer-
furniture store owner in Detroit. She is the mother of
two sons, Stanford, age 21, a pro law student at the
l niversit] i i Detroit, and David, age 14.
The "Firsl Lady ot B'nai B'rith Women has be-
ll i ged to the organization since l'.)33, when she jonu d
Pisgah chapter in Detroit.
one year earlier, shortly before her 21-t birth-
day, Mis Solovich began her career as an attorney.
Starting with the presidency ol her chapter, Mrs.
Solo\ ich steadily rose to a -i ries of local ami regional
ices, culminating with her election as president
ol 6, which includes eight midwestern states
and !* 1,1 Canadian provinces.
Mrs soiovuh lists the forma-
tion ot the Greater Detroit BBW
Council and her organization of
approximately 12 BRW chapters
in Detroit as her most significant
contributions to the Jewish wom-
en's service organization.
While active In her own district
aflairs. Mrs Solovich also di-
V rected h e r energies Into B'nai
i fiQ B'rith Supreme Lodge channels.
|i She became vice chairman of
B'nai B'rith Vocational Services
in 1957, serving at the same time
as a member ol the B'nai B'rith
mm! raising campaign cabinet.
In 1956, she completed a three
year term ol membership on the
B'nai B'rith Youth Commission.
slu m a s BBW's second vice
president and chairman of na-
tional BBW allocations at the
time ol her election to the BBW
national presidency at the bien-
nial meeting in April. 1959.
Honors accorded her include the
honorary presidencj Ol the Creat-
or Detroit Bl'.w Council an i hono-
rary membership ol Keidan chap
ier in Detroit, and two national
Hillel keys for distinguished ser-
vice she is listed m the 1952
supplement ol "Who's Who in
America" and in the 1959 "Who's
who (t American Women." The
Francis Solovich B'nai B'rilh
(iirls' chapter in Detroit hears her
name as .1 tribute to her efforts
in its i" half.
The national president holds a
law d, _ree lrom the University
ol Detroit and the Bachelor of
Arts degree from the University
ol Michigan, where she majored
in French and mathematics.
she is a member ot the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
state Bar 01 Michigan, National
Assn. ot Women Lawyers. Jew-
ish Community Council of Detroit.
local PTA, I niversity ot Detroit
nni -\ssii l niversitj of De-
troit Womi Guild, and the Uni-
ted Torch Drive.
B
ARNOLD fORSJtR
. .. civil rights authority
committees, in the press, on radio.
television and as a speaker at
many of the nation's most im-
portant public forums
\s a corollary to his legal acti-
vities, vj years ago Forster under-
took to establish and maintain
.1 careful scrutiny ol domestic
hate br 1 ders, documenting and
un-American groups and
individuals who are constantly
, 1 ,. ping av a> at the bedrock
1 1 .ii mocrac) As a result
\!>l. has kept one step ahead ol
'../! hate movement as
U shuts lrom locale to locale.
and lrom half-truth to lie. in its
di -;. rail effort to encourage na-
a seism
In 1947, Forster conceived the
annual audit ol religious preju-
dice, now a regular activity ol
many human relations agencies,
and edited the first authoritative
study of this kind. A year later
he wrote the host seller. A Mea-
sure of Freedom Since that
time, he co-authored with Ben-
jamin K. Epstein, 'The Trouble-
makers." and ""Cross-Currents.
two well known outstanding works
on racial and religious hatred.
I'lY kDf.LHAN
. education director
fSTKEff STAMATS
. consultant for older adults
Education Director is Wife
Of Top Hopkins Professor
Mrs i.ih Edelman. a consultant
with Mrs. Esther Stamats for the
various workshops during the
week-long B'nai B'rith Women's
convention here, was recently ap-
pointed as national director of
B'nai B'rith's Department ol
Adult Jewish Education. She
brings to this position many years
of professional experience She
was formerly executive secretary
of the National Academy for
Adult Jewish studies of the Uni-
ted Synagogue (1953-1957), and
previously (1941-1950) educational
director of the Fast and West
Assn., an international education-
al organization founded and head
od b> Pearl S. Buck.
She also served (1950-19521 as
free lance writer and editor in
the U.S. Department of State
overseas information program.
Mrs Edelman's published works
include "Israel: Now People in
an Old Land.'" Hawaii. U S.A.,"
"Japan in Story and Pictures."
and "The Sukkah and the B g
Wind." as well as numerous man-
uals, pamphlets, and articles deal-
ing with aspects ot adult Jewish
education.
A magna cum laude and Phi
Beta Kappa graduate of Hunter
College, Mrs Edelman holds an
MA in English literature lrom
Columbia University, and a Pro-
fessional Diploma in adult educa-
tion administration from Teachers
College. Columbia Active in the
adull education movement, she
has been a frequent contributor
to the professional journal "Adult
Leadership."
A resident ol Baltimore and a
member of the l.illie Strauss
chapter ol B'nai B'rith Women.
Mrs. Edelman is the wife ol Prof.
Nathan Edelman, chairman of th<
Romance Languages Department
Johns Hopkins University and il e
mother of a 13-year-old daughter
EDUCATORS WILL BE HEARD
Youth Session Set to Feature
Noted B'nai B'rith Personalities
A Youth session on Wednesday,
Apr. 26, 9:30 a.m. will he one
of the highlights of the national
B'nai B'rith Women's biennial
taking place at the Carillon hotel.
Adult representatives participa-
ting in the program will include
Dr. William Haber, chairman of
the B'nai B'rith Hilk I Commis-
sion, and Dr. Maurice Jacobs,
chairman ol B'nai B'rith Voca-
tional Services Commission.
Dr Habi r is professor ol eci
nomics at the 1 niversit) ol Mich-
Mrs. Peterson in Talk
Challenge to Women'
Continued from Pogo 8-A
frcr of the United States, will
speaker at the 12:15 p.m. ses-
At 2 p.m.. there will be a
ineia session in the Baroque
pm. to be followed by dinner.
Ivor Chimes East. 6:15 p.m.,
business session, Baroque
t>m, 8 p.m.
Arnold Forster, director of the
Hi Rights Division of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith will be principal speaker
at this session.
Evening will conclude with a
report from the nominating com-
mittee and elections.
Friday morning, Apr. 28. will
be free time Installation lunch-
eon follows at 12:30 p.m.. Label
A. Katz. president of B'nai B'rith.
will be guest speaker.
Continued from Pa;;e 8 A
1944, In 1945, she became Wash-
ington legislative representative
for the ACWA serving until she
left to go abroad in 1948. Mrs.
Peterson served on the advisory
committee ol the Women's Bu-
reau and on the District of Co-
lumbia Minimum Wage Board for
the laundry industry during this
time in Washington.
While living abroad with her
husband, a foreign service officer,
she represented the American
trade union movement al several
international conlerenco- She
also worked closely with Ihe
Swedish Confederation of Trade
Unions from 1941 to 1952 while in
Sweden, and with the Internatio-
nal Confederation of Free Trade
Unions on problems of women
workers from 1952 to 1957 while
in Belgium.
From 1958 until she assumed
her present duties last January,
she was legislative representative
Of the Industrial Union Depart-
ment of the AFL-CIO.
Mrs. Peterson's husband. Oliver
A. Peterson, is a labor advisor
in the State Departmt nt's Bureau
1 1 African Affairs. The Peter-
sons' daughter Karen, oldest ol
their lour children, was gradu-
ated from Wellesley College in
I960, and is a resean h assistant
at George Washington University.
Two sons. Eric and her. are stu-
dents at Harvard University, and
Lars, the youngest, is a student
at St. Albans In Washington, DC
igan since 1938. Married and the
father of two grown sons, he in s
in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Born in 1899. he has been chair-
man for seven years (1947-54) of
ihe Federal Advisory Council on
Employment Security, and is at
present a member ol the Council.
He is a special consultant on man
power to the U s. Secretary ol
Labor, was special advisor 00
Jewish affairs to Gen Lucius D
( lay, eommander-m chief of the
c s. Zone of Germans in 1948
and has visited Israel Morocco,
Tunis VI eria South Africa and
various European countries
Vv Haber has boon president ol
the central board ot the World
ORT Union since 1955, president
ol American ORT Federation
I 150 was executive tor oi the National Refugee Serv-
ice 1939-41, is a m inbor of the
: .,1 executive of the Ann r
ican Jewish Committee, and was
presented with the United Jewish
Appeal Humanitarian Award for
Jewish survivors of Hitler-
ism in 1955. He has been chair-
Continwed on Page 10 A
Ot. MAURICl JACOBS
... Vocational Sorvicoo ->.
DR. WtUIAM HA4M
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Friday. Stii] :,
AS Mfemen Ar/fi// Pledge to Serve
Continued from Pas* 8 A
lion in the winter of 1960.
Under chapter sponsorship.
BftW members also partici-
pate in person-to-pcrson com-
munity-wide programs geared
to bringing the hospitalized
veteran back into community
living. They promote mental
health, minister lo patients at
state hospitals for the mental-
Ij ill, set up facilities for giv-
ing polio vaccine shots, oper-
ate bloodmobiles and TB X-
ray stations, sponsor dental
...cunigs. organiie club*Jot the
elderly, and provide woman-
power for national charity
drives.
in addition, top bbw lead-
era attend national conler-
ences that reflect community
life activities concerned with
improvement of intergroup re-
lations, citizenship and civic
Noted Leaders to Address
Special Workshop on Youth
Continued frcn Paie 9-A
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+Jenififk>rirfi?r
Paqe 1I-A
Israel Unhappy With US Proposal
statehood into question and
with this offer Israel is hardly
likely to cooperate."
Continued from Page I A
trail, he said.
arc out of the
i nev, American resolution, con-
|ed to push for adoption of an
[r 'iraft. presented last week
flv< Moslem members, rcc-
-ontext of^ pegej; ^and practica
bility" wTiich were"' mentioned in
the basic 1948 resolution.
The severest criticism, in the
i committee's debate, was leveled
lending that the next General' >' the AraD delegations Ahmad
m ly establish "effective ma-iShukairy, chairman of the Saudi
ry for safeguarding the prop- Arabian delegation, said the Uni-
rights of the Arab refugees lt(' States "is more interested in
the Star of David than in the stars
of outer space." He uttered a veil-
ed threat ot all-out Arab hostility
against the l/nited States.
Arthur Loune. acting head of the
Israeli delegation, dga-.n repeated
Israels offer, made here main
times, to pay compensation to
Arab refugees, but .-aid that this
ofter would have ;> tie reconsid-
ered if the Arab-backed resolution
should be adopted There is a dis
Unction, he pointed out. between
compensation and alleged "prop-
erty rights it is not compensa-
tion that the Arabs are seeking
now. maintained Mr. Loune. "but
what the Arab delegations are
seeking to get from this Assembly
is something much more far-reach-
ing, not to >a> far-fetched in char-
acter Thus it ha> been suggested
here that whole towns and .vil-
lages, in addition to great areas
of land in Israel, actually belong
I" Arab refugees today
"The implication of this," Mr.
Loune continued, "is that a Uni-
ted Nations machinery or custo-
dian is to be established to take
over or to exercise some form
of control in respect to Israel's
territory. It is no accident that
this astonishing proposition is
being pressed by Arab govern-
ments who proclaim that Israel
has no right to exist at all. The
real purpose is to call Israel's
\rab lands.
Later, when Mr. Shukairy took
he floor once more, stating that
Mr Lourie reminded the com-! there was in Israel a "th'rd force"
nuttee again that half a million which agrees with his thesis, Mr.
Jewish refugees from Arab lands Lourie challenged the Arab spokes-
have found refuge in Israel, and man to tell the world what "this
pointed out that these Jewish refu- mysterious third force" is. Mr.
gees also have rights to properties Shukairy did not pick up that chal-
they were forced to abandon in the lenge
talestlne." Israel, too. was dis
Isfit-i with the step taken by
I I ted States delegation A
pee*- an for the Israeli delcga-
dtvlared
l"The delegation is disturbed
the phrasing of Paragraph
re of the resolution present-
by the United States, without
for consultation with the par
vhich omits basic concepts
IsicK have become a part of
litec Nations thinking on this
Dblcm, such as resettlement
integration of the refugees."
if American draft, in its third
hgraph, does not mention re
l< 'nt a: i integration of the
it'. -. a.ii speaks of their
to repatriation or com
n Israel's spokesman re
thaf there is no such
He said that a 1948 reso-
. ited bj the United States
y "recommended" to both
nd the Arab governments
rmit refugees to go back '
were recommendations to
intents, not rights." he in-
The rights" of the refu
( entioned in the American
it:
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erican Friends of Hebrew U. Exec
Participate in Special Observance
Mil' el M Ni-selson, whose ap-
point! rr a- executive vice presi-
dent the American Friends of
the ) nrew I diversity was an-
noti/u- tli.s week, will visit Great-
er 11 \|>r I'M to Ma\ 1 in
conjui ion \. ith Hebrew Universi-
ty Sal .ith ( I'lebralions, in the area.
Ms-' -on- appointment was an-
noun( >". Iianiel (. Ross, (hair-
man :h ..nd (if '.he American
Frlei VS.:: known m the South
Florii ,iu-i \isM'|son's leader-
ship i man; educational and phi-
lanth ic endeavors, and admini-
strate- achievements in fields
rang i\ :>.inking to labor ar-
bitra i.,., characterized his
care*
Nis (lion's appeintment coin-
eates ith the launching of a SI2.
Mt.C'.v development program for
W^ Hebrew University of Jeru-
rr>. Its purpose is to provide
t"e completion of the new
_.tra' campus of the University
f&ivat Ram, Jerusalem, as well
the medical, dental and phar-
^Hcy schools rising at Ein Ka
in Jerusalem. Nisselson di-
rects -iis nationwide effort of the
Awe- :an Friends of the Hebrew
University.
^fc>' prominent in community
umm\ -S; Can
IEAmSHIP I'
MOTl
SHAW
UUW IRAVIl SIRVIQ. Ik.
"i I mK Si M...d. ii. I U 4 : '>>*
affairs, Nisselson was president oi
Amalgamated Bank of New York
from 1944 to 1951. and a member
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jtee on unity from 1941 to 1951.
He served as director ot develop-
ment and secretary of the board of
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the Albert Einstein College of
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chairman of the national United
Jewish Appeal trom 1951 to 1952,
and assistant executive vice presi-
dent of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies of New York from
1937 to 1944
Nisselson is president of the Wal-
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treasurer of the Sydenham Hospi-
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He is, in addition, a member of
the national panel ot arbitrators ot
Che American Arbitration Assn
His many previous public ser-
vices have included his activities
as chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, assistant treasurer of the
Urban League of Greater New
York, board member of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board and
the American Israel Cultural
Foundation, treasurer of the Na-
tional Conference on Jewish So-
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A resident of New Rochelle. NY.
Nisselson serves on the boards ot
that city's Community Chest and
Quidance Center, and the Wesl
Chester Family Welfare Society
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v-Jewi** nrrirfiin
Friday, April 21 195!
Israel Submits, Alters Parade Route
JERUSALEM-tJTA .-Israel decided this week to change the route is the same as that used in
route of its Independence Day parade on Apr 20 the target of a 1058. passing through the center of
hostile Security Council resolution in a wa> to assure that the entire (the city and Posing by the BUM*
length of the new route will be hidden from Jordan-held Old Jerusalem., ing of Israels Parliament ana int
-----------Jewish Agency buildings
The switch in the route was
viewed as both a Security and a Cairo press particularly active m The Security Cooncil last week
political move The Arab press has threatening violence,
been publishing threats of efforts The original route would have
to prevent the parade, with the overlooked the Old City. The new
Jewish Agency buildings
ity Council
had voted a resolution condemn
ing Nve p*r*4 plans and Israel
official* said they wou
M .90
Leo Eisenstein to Vie for Beach Council;
Calls for Organizing Tourist Authority
Leo Eisenstein. realtor and com-
n unity leader here for over a
quarter century, announced this
week his candidacy for Miami
Beach City Council.
We are at the crossroads of our
onomy," Eisenstein said In his
announcement, "We must have a
concerted administration, in the
form of a powerful Miami Beach
i lurist Authority, to develop new
b isiness in areas throughout the
< untrj ihat haw n t even been
- ratched To solve the problem
ol our surplus commodityhotel
r oms ami apartments and to
'Boost Beach Business.' we need
s lund business application in our
c-1> government
Eisenstein's list ol civic and bust-
1 pss accomplishments reads like a
who's Who." where he 1- listed
Coming to Miami Beach from
East St. Louis, III., in 1935, he
entered the construction bosi
less, and became president of
the firm of Novack 4 Eisenstein,
which built many apartments.
He has been *n active real estate
broker since 1941, serving as presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Board
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He was co-chairman of a mayor's
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Eisenstein was among founder*
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member ol the Jewish Social Ser-
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Pa mil) and Children's Service He
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for two years.
He has been a member and di-
rector of Temple Emanu-EI since
it* inception He is a past presi-
dent and trustee of B'nai B'rith, a
charter member of the American
Jewish committee, and a member
ot the Zionist Organization ol
America
According to his supporters,
"Eisenstein was one of the orga-
nizers and chairman of the Mi-
ami Beach Pop Concerts and
aided in the establishment of the
Musical Scholarship Fond. He
was a member of the committee
that planned the Miami Beach
Auditorium, and for ten years
has been a member of the Zoning
Board of Adjustment."
He is a charter member of Hi-
biscus Masonic Lodge, a Shriner
since 1927. and an active Klk for
38 years He is a past president
ot the Miami Beach Exchange
Club
Eisenstein Hves with his wife of
36 year- NoU, at .S923 No Bay rd
ahead on their repeated assur-
ance that no woapons in tho
parade would have ammunition
and that it was planned merely
as a fasti ve event.
Surprise was expressed in Israel
over the fact that all the Western
Bovver*, including France, voted
for the Security Council resolution
At tbe same time, it was noted
that the American amendment to
the Original Security Council res-
olution called on both parti.'- to
observe the agreement, plainly
pointing to the fact that Jordan
has been a violator from the start
of the armistice agreement, partic-
ularly ihose aspects dealing with
access tO the Old City by Israel
It was suggested that if Jordan
wants Israel to observe the armis-
tice agreement down to the last
dot. even on such technical
ters as an ammunition less mil
tary parade. Jordan *houlll ^
serve the really substantial
of the agreement
parts
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riday. April 21. 1961
TALES OF MORALS
A fmierful \mg I

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^t \Tlie IQcalm Of ^/Miawi IQcligious JZife
The Greatest Historic Event
In the Life of Jewish People
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UNSLAT/ON -
foreign Currency Relaxations
1 ived a letter from a rela-
a ho lives in England in which
d me to write him about
I granted to tourists who
- in foreign currency.
to the Finance Ministry
- ived there the following
on:
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'< a immigrants are not
- d to sell to the treasury the
fgn currency in their posses
I r .1 period of ten years from
ite of their first entry into
its, permanent residents
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over the official rate which
to the dollar.
-lied by Brith Ivrith Olam::
By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
Hollywood Temple Sinai
The Jewish people throughout
the world are rejoicing today in
celebration ol the Bar Mitzvah of
the State oi Israel, for two-thous-
and ears, tin J< been
rers on th< arth,
1 pill ir 10 \\ ng
1 foniu
talent to thi enr tin i nl of
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litute reatest his-
fe ol Ih Ji wish
iring the past two-thousand
! is .in ev nt comparable
in importance to Israel's exodus
from Egypt and their entrance in
the Promised Land
The rebirth of the Jewish State means the end of two thousand years
of Jewish hoinelcsMiess. persecution, ghastly slaughter and humiliation
The rebirth ol the Jewish State regained for us our lost pride, our self-
respect, our dignity as human beings. Jews throughout the world walk
with straighter backs, with more upright demeanor, with greater confi-
dence in themselves because of what has happened in the State of Israel
during the past thirteen years. It saved us from complete despair, from
moral breakdown after the chapter of nazi horror and extermination.
It led us once again to the royal road of destiny. It gave us a new
lype of Jew endowed with courage and determination, with the will to
live as a Jew and die for. if need be. his fellow Jews, and determined
that the Jew who has been pushed around, kicked and humiliated shall
regain his freedom, his dignity and his right to live as a human being.
Our most heartfelt congratulations go forth to the citizens of the
Jewish State. Our hopes and prayers are that the words of the prophet
shall be fulfilled: "Out of Zion shall come forth the Torah and the word
of God from Jerusalem."
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Orthodox. Rabbi. Iiaac E,ver
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ANSHE EMES. 2633 SW 19tn ave.
Conservative. Maxwell Slbvimon,
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BETH DAVID. 26?5 SV% Jrd SVI Con.
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urila) 7 .i in Sermon I'ortlon "i id
Week."
Mitsvah I ..i w < '. -
inicii: Israel- A Mm Louis K Sni tmun
\V. .Mint .'' .s;il-
.1 Mr.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox, juims Sapero, president.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th T1M.PLE 'Kfift^'JS J"F- 1,S.h fi*
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
Why is it traditional to recite the
"Song of Songs" every Friday
evening before the Sabbath
prayers?
Some claim this is done because
the Sabbath Eve Service welcomes
the Sabbath as a bridegroom would
welcome his bride. The "Song of
SODgS," being an expression oi
great love, is a fitting Biblical text
to read before such an occasion.
The general motive behind this
n ,iMining is that one is to look for-'
ward to the approach of the Sab-'
bath with great desire and antici-,
pation for its many blessings and
spiritual gifts. Others tZohar)
claim that the "Song of Songs" has |
117 verses which correspond to the
117 hours during the week in which
the victims of Gehena are pun-
ished.
ii iiiniifiiimiiiiiniaaa
This fa^'f is prepared in co-
operation with the Spiritual Lrdd-
ers of the Greater .Miami Rabbin-
ical Assn.
Rahbi David Hcron
Coordinator
CONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi David Hcrson
Talfs of Moral
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Gems i / Wisdom
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
i"i lda> B:13 p.tn Sermon: "The John
Kirch Si.ii. i\ How rierioudl) Should
w. Regard it?"
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TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Palermo iv*.
Liberal. Rabbi Morns Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
rri > .1.'. p.m. S. iini.n "I".- <
Monies for Private Schools." Satur-
day 10:30 n.in. Bar Mltavan Paul, sun
lot Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Turner
TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
KYIdaj 8:15 p m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon rii. Portion ol the Law Bar
Mitsvah: Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Small; Martin, s-'ii ol all and
Mis. David Tr. in ii.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samimi Gombera.
KVIday R l", p.m. Sermon: ''Israel In-
dependence I*ay- 13 Splendid Years
Saturilay 8 lo a.m. Sermon: "Weeklj
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st '' ____ # ____
pi. Conservative. Rabb, Gerald TEMpLE S,NA, no. MIAMI. 12100
Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
I- Ida) 6 and B 1_i p m >- rm< n: "Is-
rai l Ceh brati Its Bar Mitsvah
i*ea Sat ai da) 9 .1 ni.
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
H'rtda) B IS p.m Sermon: "When Vrs
Ihe Boys.?" Saturda) 8:43 a.m Bar
Mitsvah: KonaM, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Punt: Barry, son ol Mr and
\iis s:.iii... i ieutach.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Prlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: Hist In |
Raei Lost In Space." Saturda) 9
a.m Bar Mitsvah Randy, son ( Mr.
.mil Mr.-. Robert Oartman.
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DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor
Emanuel Mandel.
Prlila) 8:30 p.m, Sermon: 'Isi \
I me- *, \ of Antlqult) Sal irda) 9
.iMi. Sermon: "Israel's (Inal Ad van-
;. ,
stitutcd this practice to correspond
to the six blasts of t h e Shofar
which were blown to announce the
coming of the Sabbath.
Generally speaking, an introduc-
tion such as this w'as in order be-
cause the service on the eve of the
its rectal is offered to >par-,s.lbbath vva, aluavs movcd up car.
those who utter It Horn punish- ^ m ,ime m onk,r ,() a(Jd more
ment. The total of 117 U arrived mmuU,s to ,hc Sabbatn ,rorn the
at by asserting :ha: four and one w,.,.k.day vvor,d Consequently, it
half hours each day. the hours of I M f(.,t in ordcr t() US(, Ih(.M,
prayer are those in which the vie- r tm-.s of Gehena are al res', leav-
ing .1 balance of 117 hours In which
they are tortured. Still others
claim (Midrasb Hanealam.) that in
the afternoon hours ol every Fri-
day the sanctity ot the human soul
reveals itself in the spirit of the
Sabbath. One of the great sages
was said to have <. scovered the
meaning of the "Song oi
Songs" during this period. Thus
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudan
Heilbraun.
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
Prida) v IS p.m. Sermon "Pan Re-
ligion Silt nee Our Fears?" Saturday
I la in Bar Mitsvah Daniel, -mi of
Mr and Mrs Ralph <"ohn
TEMPLE TIFEHETH JACOB. $51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabol
Leo Heim.
Prlday S IS p.m Sermon: "Celehra
tins: Israel's Rai M isvah." Saturday
.- mon w. t is. 1 >- Portion iif
ihi i..i'v Rai Mitsvah Michael, st>n
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Prida) 6 IS and v 15 p m Sermon
" :..... hosts: Mi anil Mrs Harr) Motnlos _______
honor of wi-ddlng annlvi sar) Katur-
a.i> 10 .ihi !': Mitsvah Mark, son
M ami Mi Hei bi i; Bra i
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Seit.
TEMPLE ZAMORm. 44 Zamora sve.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
i' ni Si mon "Youth and
K.iiih." Awards preoented b) Phi
sljrma I>i la Saturda) IS s m Bai
Mitsvah John, I Ml and Mis

an indication that the
Majesty of the Almighty is to be
found in the week-day world when
one looks forward to the Sabbath.
*
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
H01 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Conservative. Raobi Alfred Wax-
P Ida) u man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Sermm l'l- i-loua i .._ i.. 1-1 i-Yiiiii) S:3ti n Sermon: Birth and
: Ki Idman, i;, i,: -1 h
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr TlFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Orthc-dcx Rabbi Phmeas Webei man ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
What is Hie Jewish view regarding
the crime of kidnaping?
In the Bible kidnaping which re-
sults in slavery or selling of the in-
dividual is punishable by death
rExodus 21:16; Deuteronomy 24:7).
it is recited rue its meaning is This indicates how severe a crime
not to be fully understood at any kidnaping mast have been regard-
other time of the week (Shaloh). |ed (0 |.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. H438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
-.,..
Mltai
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. ?320
NE 171st st. Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
tor Albert Gl.intz.
t rlda) Mi : mi S< i mon 'The Sta le
,,i Israel fumes of Abti Saturda) 9
^i m >. n pg j,i i .
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. R.iDbi Sheldon
Steinmetf. Cantor "Morris Berger.
I r ,i i\ s sei min Ilelna;
Why are six chapters of the
Psalms recited before the even-
ing service of Friday night?
The Kabbalist, Moshe Gordovero,
is -.nd to have recited these
I at I asion because
he ti II -i;--\ nted th< i
; Majestj \ > rc-
the works of the universe
, Gaoniro in-
I ii :,',' he small,
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TEMPLE DETM AM. 599J) N. Kendall Onl M^itfJ ft.gv.-t*ii ', Ml and
dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert Mrs I'arl tfuldap
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. a>
tcmdi e- BCTH*ri~ns- unnv YOUNG IfljRAEL. 9W .IE 171st st,
TWOOLDE SfiPV 'oLrm W^^ Ra.bi .heVw.n S.aub.r.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffs.
TEMPLE EETH SHOLEV ct Holly-
wood. '725 Monroe St. Ccnservat.ve
Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Ch.iS'
4ve. L berat. Raboi Leon Kron.sh j
8!
CAMUUGHTING TIM
Cantor Davlo Conviser.
5 Iyar 6:32 p.m.
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Friday. Ar*a 2;
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
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Ambassador Harman Concentrates on Quiet Diplomacy!
Washington
A "new frontier" ipirll has emerged bere at
the Israel Embass) it h.i> no connection with
domestic American politics bul rellecta the enthun
m i the man) dynamic new members of the Em
bass) itafl
Amh.isviiil.M \\r;ih;im lluiin.in has concentrated
on "quiet dtpiomac) Mo is achieving dramatic
results. Mpectall) in obtaining, economic ami techni-
cal cooperation, bringing increased viabilM) to Is-
rael Loan after loan was granted in recent months
ihou^h .1 brilliant orator, Mr Harman baa sVm>.ht
neither peraonal publicity nor .1 roki a- television
in rfnrmer
Brttish-born, Mr Harman hi> became imbued with lionism and wont to Pales-
tine before \\v>i-u War u His service included -*n
aacignmenl .i> Consul General >l Israel in Now York
Because <'t diplomatic skill and insight into the
American scene ho .i- relatively recently selected
far ambassadorial duties Washington
Seekinj even closer and not Israel
American rappori he envisaged 1 step-b> step ere
\> mutual in-. ::n-
Thi old al mi sphet e of crisis al 1 crisis ;rad
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No Smoking, Please!
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persuaded Ihe tethfifcal9 f>ro Axis elements to send*
Allied material and Hollywood anti-Fascisl fitae
o\on in diplomatic pouches into occupied territory.
While "studying" the reports -md tilms of I S.
military successes in North Africa and subsequently,
the ever-growing circle of viewers lost confidence in
Axis victor)
In IAS5 the State Department .-elected newsmen
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPilN
A Good Book;
Then, Charity...
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TELL ME ANOTHER MORNING By Zdn* Btrger.
243 pp New York: Harper & Brothers. W.95.
|T IS DIFFICULT to think 1 ut UM I
rcntration-cami books they seem l pi l<
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National Frew Club, is besieged by the
10 and television As Press Counselor of tat
from various nations to come to America '0 k
"guest members" on American dailies Mr**
(ifner was remembered, and. at the invit^on -, '"
International Educational Exchange K1| h *
heje to work as an honored gnest journalist o-^
Columbus, (la. Ledger
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radio mi un.i.-iwi r mj counselor of
Daisy, he is bombarded with quern -
Michael Arnon, the dynamic Israeli journal
who sened as Counselor and head ]../ 71
formation Services here since 1956. is preptrm,
return to Jerusalem He will dm
Ministry's Information Office.
Early this year, Mn Zena Harman,
bassador*! wife, was elected ehairma
conference working party of the ;
Conference on Social Work Retail
j-m ot her earl) years in Jen,-.,,.- n .
Social Welfan office Mrs Harman
hire us ar. Israeli New Frontier
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I the lanu li Y reigi
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*-Jcist rhrilitr
LEGAL NOTICE
the county judges court
In and for dade county.
FLORIDA t^/ROBATE
int.-' ,*
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lunly, Florida, to the Couno
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tl... In Dade County, Florida,
il" 'in ....."l.ir months from the
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1THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[VESTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
N S1C3202
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 3493
KRNESTINFI McCLBi iD
Plaintiff,
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.IIMMIi: BRVIN NT. -I. I : (D,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JI.MMIK ERVIN McCLEOD
Route I. R .< 72
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YOC. 11M Mil: ERVIN McCL-BODi
are hereb> notified that Complaint
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Miami Be ich :: >, Florida
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MOTICFI IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in.1. raigi 1 lea na to engage In
: 1 the fictitl ~ name ol
RICHARD OF'MIAMI at S.W 7tl
\\.i. ,. Ml Intends register -..;.t
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
t of I .! 1 :ilt .. Floi .
RICHARD M RlJCti \N
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\VKI\stki\ a WEINSTEIN
Ai tori eya foi \ri >lii .nt
i-'.i i.m. oln '
3 St, 4 7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1

Sort I Sew Yo
1' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lo
serve .. f yom Answei to the
.1 m: for I ilvorce i" -: 11
Plu ntlfl attorneys, VVellisch, Dough-
1 / ilao, 1111 Congress Build-
ing, Mi.irn: :,. r'.........,,,,, ..
original thereof with the Clerk ..f the
above court, .,11 or before the Sth da)
01 May, 1961, otherwise .1 I ree l*ro
Confeseo "iil be entered against you,
Dated at Miami, Dade Count\ Flor-
ida, Oils Sth Ua\ ..I April. 1881
I." B. i.EA IIIKKMA.N
Clerk of the Circuit Com t
B) i: II I.ANU \^
i leput) i 'lerk
4 7-14-21-2*
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NOT CE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE I- HFTtFHl IIVEN
hi in.1. : Mgned le .1.
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town sews si:i:\i. 1: 321*
A\ .11 Mill 11 1 F it .
reglsti -.1 Id 1 ame with the
thi in uii 1 ..in 1 ..1 1 iqde

JOHN Hl'NTER
l: \ STEPHENS
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1 14, 21 3 :.
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Clerk
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ESTH JUO'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
-OR DA rN ANO FOR DADE
(COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 6'C 29
VK I '.K'l.l.
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- IE PA IKER,
ant
^OTICe TO APPEAR
od. ..!. 1'.:. \'ii \\.
1 'alii are
it a 1 omplaint f.>r
has been I ed against > ou and
hereb) required to nerve 1
ir n .. on plain I IfTi at-
S E --I Ave Miami. Fla .
rlgl il 111 ill. 1 'lerk'* .! -
il Courl ..ii ... before the -".1
May, 1941, itnerwlae a decree
- will be entered
: LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
1' rcull 1 '..uii
B) 1. II I.AN'VVAY.
Deput) I 'lerk
SI, 4'7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l> HERF'.liY GIVEN that
Irlng t.i engage in
luitlness indi the flctll lous 1 ime ol
1: \ i'. in agf:s -y bi ir.o \\ ii s:
1 1 to reglstei aid
a'iti rrk thr I 'ir. till
ol 11 i. County. Kloi 1 .
MVI.K- S i: VT< IN
SEAL 1 I'l SN
Vttorm M Eaton
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Miami 32, Fla
4 7-14-21-58
E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
TLORIOA IN PROBATE
No M304
Estate ol
PRItl BHAR< 'FF,
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editors an aii Persona H >
Inn ,.r 11- in,I- Agalnsl Saiil
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ma ive .m.i ui.-i t he 1 -
'RRIH -., VROFF di
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1 11 Dade C
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N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I'TH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No 6IC 3*20
ainal TERESE BERK
Plaintiff,
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VLBERT BERK,
1.. lai
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ALBERT BKRK
c .1 M.in tsteln
?,:''< 44ih fhreet
Sunn -I'll-. Long l.-land. New York
Yol' Alii: HEREBY NOTIFIED that
.1 BUI of Complaint for li\ii"*'e. has-
been fi'e.l i-;:,in-l \"LI. wherein
TERESE BERK 1- the plaintiff ami
w.'i ..*- herei,\ required to serve a
r..|i\ ..1 your answer or pleading in
:_: i-i BUI >l Complaint for Dlvorea on
plalntlfi 1 tl -n-->. Mil. r ON A
FRIEDMAN, nil Aineley Building,
\ii ,-. rlda .1 file the original
. t.- \x. .. p|. idtng In the office ol the
lit 1 'ourt, 1 de Coun-
" .ni. Florida .hi or
before I 1 la) of Ma). 194)1. If
Igmenl i\ default
. b .!-:> ou for th.
'omplaint foi
1
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 3520
PHYLUM 1: C
KI.KI.N U U.S. >.\
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ROBER 1 EARL W'll.si.N.
I 'efendant
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
Tt> ROBERT i:\RI. WII.SO.N
.-\ drup .< Parcel
Englm ..rinK Corp
B v 41-
Norfolk Vlrg
You ire h 'reb> noi 11--.I tha I Cn
"i ilnl for 1 'H t has been filed
igainst you. and you ire req ilred i--
serve a cop) ol your Answer or pi ad<
ing to the Complah I on the Plaintiff n
Vttorney, IRVING PF7SKOE, Baqulre
1,1.1.1 \ Krome Avenue, Homestead
Florida, and file th.- original Answei
.ir Pleading m the Ol....... the 1 'lei k
of tl C "irr on ir i>.i ire the
sih da) of May, 19(1, otherwise the
Complaint iil be taken a- confessed
.,. .
DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
I'a.ie County, Florida this Sth da) ol
April. l"l
K. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
1-.ill B) F. H I.ANW \Y
1 leputy Clerk
4 7-14-21-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 8tC 3517
N'l'UA B Plaintiff,
vs.
MIGl'FU. MORALES,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1>> MK'.l'Kl. Ml 'RALES
Paaeo Y 21
Vedado
n..\ an 1. -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
serve .1 1 ip) Answer t" the
lint I-" I"'. irce filed .1 rainel
you on Plaintiff's attorneys, BERN-
STFJIN a. M LI.ER, Congres Build
n M in 1. and to 1
n 1 thi eof with tl 1 ~ I the
the 1th da
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K. I HAS

I E. H LAN WAY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. SIC-3370
IN 1:1' Vdnptl 11 ,.f Infani 'Iiil.l
B) Marim Ban ,
I'riiii
NOTICE TO APPEAR
T 1 Richnrd K Rigdon
North Carol inn Prl> 111 I >epl .
Route '. Box ii
i kson, Sort !> 'arolin i
Y-.ii are hereh notl' .
Ron t'..i- the adoption t a minor child,
Richard F7ugene 1..- in, .
filed in Hi.- Courl b) Martin Bartalls!
ind > ,.11 are hereb) ordered to appear
before the Honorabl. Lurlan C Proli*
Ir one of thi Judgi ihla c. 1,
lie 1 lade Count) Courl Ho ise, Miami,
Florida, on the 83rd da) ol Mav, |98|
it <'.. ...;... k A.M.. and allow
wh> said petition should not be grant-
ed, othi 1 in- the matter w II pi....., ,|
ex pai t,-.
WITNESS :n> hand and i-.-il .1 naid
' ouri al Mlam Dade ml > I loi
Ida, tin- I Sth day ol Vprll : >tl
1: H LF7ATHKRM t\
. 'lerk .*t* the Ciri 'it 1 'ourt
leeal) i:> K M l.Y.M \\
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W KENT JAMESON
Attornei for i'-- -
I74S4 nw ;'.iih street
Miami I -'I... i,i.,
1 St-59, ". R-1J
Vttori
..... Road M
Miami I:.-.,, li .:..
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IN THE COL\TY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
PLOPiOA ,\ OR03ATE
Nj 52442.C
IS RE -
JOSEPH -
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NOTCE TO CRED:TORS
Hav-
Sa id
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IV nl' h >i..... the ea
[aii ol li .-...'li '. >i.i..\,; 1
late ..I Bade County, Florida to the
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the same in th. 1 .,..
1 mt) 'oui Ih ise in 1 >ad. iui 1
Florida, within eight ...
''..... the date of the I -,
b. reof, ... the same h ill be ba
ECGENEJ SOLAR,
ALICR SOI. \!; MILLS,
Ex. 11
SHAPIRO*; FTtll.Ti
All.......\ -
i-' 1 I.in. oln Road
Miami Be 11 II, I ,
11 1.5/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 520J9-C
IS RE: K-t......
I VSl IS Rl iSF:SBERi
I'..-.....I
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
' tlitnri. VI Hav-
Ina Claims ..r 1 >emai Va said
Kstati
You are hei .1.. notified ind re 1
to present an) 1 ,m ..,, ,, ,.-, i
"in. ii .ni ma) have aga nsl 1
fat. il IASOS ROSK.VBER.1 .1. ,.,,,
1.....'I 1 'ade mnty, Florid I
Count) Judged of Dade Count) and
file the same in theli offli in the.
Count) Court I 1 isi n Dad.....
'""' "a, itlm. nh1 idar 1
from the date ..t the t rsl pu iti.n
hereof, 01 the in s II be bai
.1 am: .: VRRI :rr
111:1.i:.\ 1: R( .si:\ rn m.
Mil.TON' A KKIIM'M \N
Attorne)
nil Alnsle) Building
Miami ;:. Fl
t 14.21 :. ,
NOTICE UNOER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'ith'k is HERFRY OIVEN thi<
thi undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
A. A ALLSTATE and A. A. AL4.-
STATE8 al i'ii N.E. Ti'ih Street, Mi-
ami. Florida Intends i.i register s.ii.i
names with the .'lerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Cuuno. Florida
GOI.TOMAN BROS, INC.,
a Florida corporation
KOVNI K \ MANNHRIMER
Attorneys for Goltaman Bros Inc
4-21-2*. .". ". ||
NOT.CE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OH KN 'hat
the undersigned, desiring t.. en-..
business undei the fictitious name of
TELLS ORIGINAL DESIGNERS al
12800 Bis. i) ne Bo lie) 11 1. Miami Fla.,
intenil to register said nan rh the
Clerk of tl--- Circuit Court ..1 Dade
Count). Florida
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INC. la Flu Corp 1
Louis Tell, President
Mark Holzberg Sec -Trea."
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Party color schemes have been carried out in table decora-
is. matching gowns and even in food, bu: when red. pink and
lite champagne flow freely to emphasize the decor, that must
Sly be the Uli mate Imaginative idea created by Mrs
im< Stern for Eye Bank party given at -he home of her
1h. Mrs ".,. ,;: Steinhardt. for the Deborah group of Hadas-
h latl Wednesday noon Luncheon tabl< were set around the
I and the Irresistibly tempting food was served buffet style
The hostess ant! ipated spring in a daffodil jheath with draped
Lffo- bodice Her attractive daughter's "mother! be" itfil
black chiffon over a floral print Lillian Mrs Robert!
hrlman, vice president of the Miami Beach tapter ehoe an
hj Hi beige Unen, and Mrs. Marshall Landj i [rock was full
|rt< -ilk ol -pular black and white Ruth (Mrs Her-
1 I itmai her auburn hair with a ga print
v:" Cha Gertler, president of Deb- ,| ,iH.
pghi .1 afternoon was a fitting coin:. factory
lav
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Irving D. Bern>tein wasn't too surpris I when se<
ndi to] f for a cocktail Wednesday
siderablj Lakei aback when glasses were ..- I and .
np> Birthda t> him Whole group then a .1 to the
e for d ler and "Playmates of Far:-.' uh:,h was sup
bring hack nostalgic memories of the Fol Bergere ar.d
arif which ir> had enjoyed -o much Festivities in honor
pis 60th birl Jay all planned, of course, by devoted wife Sylvia
's the ; pular kindergarten teacher at North Beach Ele-
htary, whe she has taught for ten years Dr B devotes
ich of his spa-.- time to his chairmanships of adult education
the Chautauqua Society at Temple Israel
Talented daughter of Judy and David Drucker. Vickie, eager
to! i a in her mother's theatrical footsteps, is a< [Utring that "on
|K' -,."-hr.." by working in shows with "Twink," ventriloquist
petee Popeye Playhouse over WTVJ Most recent
earanca was a show in the children.- ward at Jackson Me-
briai Hospital under the sponsorship of the Albert Einstein group
*L> i -sah .
\. B oii cho[ hours to the piano and dramatii Her mother
sung lo a I) with the Miami Opera Guild Her favorite
B Miml In "La Boheme." and her non-vo, rities include
viBe presidency of Beth Sholcm Sisterhood Mr D is president
of th. Erotherr.ood there
r Shi *
I AJrert Loewinthal and wife Minnie flew north on Monday
s to be honorjj at a luncheon Apr. 22 by the Grand Street Boys
V* York City, who will present him with a scroll reading "Une
h< Outstanding Educators of the Past 50 Years" Mr. L.
BS began his teaching career at PS 34 on the lower East
He then continued at De Witt Clinton High, where he re-
ton! for 10 years, also coaching the only unbeated basketball
fa e school ever had From there, he u >nl I Junior High
pO as principal, and during those years he was also director
boy's camp in New Hampshire .
Ml Loewinthal has been the recipient of many plaques and
t A recent one for Outstanding Devoti in an I I spiration
Wang People" was presented at the Public School Alumnae
lie, celebration last year Although he ha- lived here many
r- now, he remains chairman of the annual 1901 CCNY Alum-
|dinner held at the Plaza hotel in Manhattan
rh( Loewinthals have three children, the Dr Larry I.oewin-
id the Mi ky Grubers, of New York, and daughter Mr-
la: Perlman, well-known here for her manj ( immunit) activ-
including, vice president) of Hadassah And there are '
grandchildren

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Mr and Mrs Hyman Mandel. bwbv for
returned to their home at 1250 SW 17 st. Spent some of
weeks away with relatives and family in New Orleans, but
Pd their visit in Chicago to coincide with the arrival of first
Idchild, Miriam Pesa Cohen, on Mar 14 New parents are
|former Faye Mandel and husband Jerome Cohen 1 he Her-
Cohens. of Chicago, are the paternal set jf first-time grand-
er:!.-.
Mr.-. Martin (Goldie) Rappaport. daughter of Mr and Mrs
ris Cohen istii sw i st.. Miami elected recentl) to Tulane
|vr- ty chap er of Phi Beta Kappa Goldi) ated from
Inn Senior li::;i\ in 1957. and is now a senior, majoring in
W< gy at Newcomb College. New Orleans Her sorority is
la Delta Tai:. which she served as secretary She plans
)i.tinue her studies in New Orleans after graduation on May 29,
her husband, Dr. Martin P. Rappapcrt. (they were married
1989) completes his residency at Charity Hospital .
[Dr. Leonard Hymes, of Pltasantville. N.J., here to speak on
Ipody before the Dade County Chiropody at Jackson
lonal Hop;tal on Saturday and Sunday, spe" ling the pre-
Ig days with his mother. Mrs. Mary E. Cohen. 1710 SW 13 st
- -
[An exchange program of Bar Mitzvah guests has the Fred
Herbert Abtams driving up to New York to visit Fred's 97-
'old mother aid enjoy a round of lunche0 formal din-
in honor of a young cousin's Bar Mitzvah Then on to
ester and a weekend of festivities in celebra planned for
Jar Mitzvah of another cousin They'll be homeward bound
r< I weeks .
Jtanwhilo. guests coming into the area for Bar Mitzvahs in-
the Harold Berk family and the Joseph Ca| 'I from
?n. O.. Mrs. Sam Wagoda. of New York and Mrs.
Dgermai New Jersey, here to atl ceremony and
)Uvn in honor of Frederic, son of Mr. a: 1 .'' Sidney Kit-
Jn .
Lnd also from Gotham Town, Miss Doll the
to celebrate with nil Mr and
lore Struhi, who will host a I < after
Milzvaii service- .
the
W
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', "World
")Tewis]li Floridian
Micrmi, Florida, Friday, April 21, 1961
Section 3

Seated are Mesdames Morton Halperin.
Wayne Rogers, and Norman Gladsden. Stand-
ing are Mesdames Bernard Yesner, Morris
Blau. Max Pepper. Louis Lemberg. and Na-
thaniel Levin, president of Cedars of Lebanon
Auxiliary. They're physicians' wives, whose
husbands are on the staff of Cedars of Leb-
anon, and planning an informal hour" Mon-
day at Mrs. Lemberg's heme, 5430 Riviera dr.,
Coral Gables.
Doctors' Wives
Aid Endowment
With the goal of assisting in
endowment of the Hospitality Ship
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, doc-
tors" wives of Cedars have orga-
nized to complete their quotas bi
fore the hospital opens in October.
To formulate plans and enroll
life guardians, they will host an
"informal hour" with coffee at th
home of Mrs. Louis Lemberg. 543)
Riviera dr.. on Apr 24 at 10 30 a n
h stesses will be Mesdames
Lemberg, Morn- Blau, Morton Hal-
pern. L. Hoffman GrossklOSS, Ja
cob Colsky, Lawrence Adler. Wayne
1'::-- Benjamin Oren and Reu-
ben Rochkuui.
All are wives of staff physicians
at Cedars, the S4.500.000 non-secta
nan institution which u i
the Metr ipolitan Medical Center
October.
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood delegates will attend the Florida
branch, national Women's League of United Synagogue of
America conference in St. Petersburg Apr. 30 throuah May 2.
Over 300 delegates from 29 affiliated Conservative Sister-
hoods throughout Florida are expected. Left to right are Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, Miss Lillian Goodman, Mrs. Leonard Glick-
man and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, newly-elected president of Tem-
ple Emanu-El Sisterhood.
Sables and Sports Cars to Spark Israel
Bond Function at Westview Country Club
Sables, sports cars and Westview
Country Club will be the setting
for the official unveiling of Israel's
first sports car. the Sabra. next
Tueeda) at a luncheon sponsored
by the Women's Division for State
of Israel Bonds.
Mrs j.uk Katzman, chairman of
the Women's Division, stated that
1961 Israel Band Bar Mitzvah spon-
sors, purchasers of $1.30O in Israel
Bonds, will be eligible to attend
One of the ceremonies of the event
will include pinning of sponsors.
In tribute to the unveiling of the
Sabra. there will be a showing of
imporvd cars from around the
.,- well as a special showing
outure sables bj courtesj
.I Mr. Herman of Lincoln M
ilrman of
: Irs. 1 Krensky is
M Jack
S. Popick i. chairman of mode!-,
and Mrs Bernard de Kaplan Is
coordinator, and will be commen-
tator of the show
A highlighl of the afternoon will
be a program of songs by Mrs. Emu
Morton, who will be accompanied
by the Eden Roc hotel orchestra.
Among thi' imported sports cars
to be shown at the Sabra debut
will be the Porsche, Karmann Ghia,
Mercedes-Benz, Fiat. Jaguar. MG.
Corvette. Monza. and Ferrari.
Hostesses committee includes
Mesdames Meyer \ Baskin, Max
Bauer. Samuel Beekerm.in. Stuart
Bernstein, Benjamin Bildner. Aus-
tin Burke. Ben Essen, Betty Feuer.
Leo Gelvan, Henry Gilbert, Nor-
- E G
San Grau-
. Abraham
Grunhut, Trudy | .,. Mur-
Election Rhymes
At Beth Sholom
Election in rhymes, written by
Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, president,
served to introduce new officers
and board to the members of Tem-
ple Ben Sholom Sisterhood on
Wednesday Mrs. Louis Shapiro
w .1- chairman of t h e lunc
which was held in the lounge
Serving for the coming year ar l
lames Harvey Kramer, pres
dent; David Drucker. Harold I
off. Julius B. Shapiro and Louis F.
Snetman, vice presidents; Sam
Meiselman, recording secretary;
E. Wolk. corresponding -
retary; Louis Shapiro, fina
secretary; Joseph Shawmut,
surer; and Leon Kromsii, chaplain.
The sale of home-baked cakes,
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Max Applebaum a-.d Mrs. D
Drucker. followed the ceremony.
ray Heriands, Bernard D Kaplan,
Ion Kay. Tom C Krai .
M -hall Landy, Raphael Levi,
Anna Brenner Meyers, Irving Mil-
I Morton. Harrj
Albert Pollak, Sam Pollock. D
Ponve Miriam Press, Maurice Re-
Shapir 1, Bei
Tobias Simon, p
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Jack Top-


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Jelstnuridr&n
Friday. April 21.
Mother of Two and Wife of Civic Worker.
Herself Active, Elected Women's Leader
Mr* Sol Goldstein, civic ami
rommunil) lender was this week
elected president "i ihe Sisterhood
of Temple Bjnaou El at Ki soring
i-> ffce and election meeting at the
Fontainebleau hotel
Mi- Goldstein succeed* sirs
Milton smith. who has served .1-
president ol the women's organiaa
turn lor the peat two years, dur-
ing which Mrs Goldstein held the
> ficc <' vice prcsideul ami mem
bi rship chau m.111
Wilt "t the president ol the Ba>
Harbor island Hub and mother of
two children, Fcancine and Steven,
Mi> GeMatein has served a> a
member ol the i>>ri Seoul Council
of Deck Count) lor more than
eight years, living leadership
traiaing couraai and haraeU sen
nig as troop leader Shi- is prea-
eatly serviag as vice chairman of
the budget committee of the Uni-
ted Kuml. ami ha worked tor this
croup and its predeceaaor. the
Community Cheat for more than
six years,
The fOlowing officers were also
Opti-Mrs. Names
Mrs. Richard
Mr> Marvin .i Richard has been
elected president ->t the Opu Mrs
ol Miami Beach
rhe club is 1 neu organuattoo
developing from Ihe recent mercer
0 the North Shi re and Beach Opti
\ mm -
oth. off rers ol the club are
Jack Spat.- and Mi Murr ij
Sonnet 1 vici ent>; Mrs Sam
ecoi secretary;
Mrs George Good in asm et
\ii Ralph 11. fit a 1
1, Mrs S>dne> 1 1 ine
1, -. I Mrs
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IN A C.i.Aii
O* A CUP
TETLEY TEA
elected to serve during 1981-62
Mrs Milton Blum, Mrs Milton
iv 1,1 Mrs 1 eonard Glickman
and Mrs Herbert Shapiro vice
dent; Mrs Samuel Ginsberg,
treasurer; Mrs Paul Plotkin. re-
cording secretarj Mrs Benjamin
Greene, corresponding secretary;
Mrs Samuel Weisen, general tt
nancial secretary; Mrs Jack Kata
roan, so* ia secretarj Mrs Harrj
Lechtner, auditor; and Mrs Theo
dore Zauea. memberahip financial
secretarj
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Brandeis Women's Group Will Install
Full Slate at Spring Luncheon Friday
MIS. SOI GOlOSTfM
Chai Chapter
Dinner Saturday
Members of thai chapter. B'nai
B'rilh Women, who have earned
their invitations by hard work ana
dona:ion.- will celebrate by dining
and view nu the latest show at the
DeauviUe hotel on Saturday even-
ing
Mrs Esther Lerman is journal
chairman Mrs Flora Sinick is
fund: chairman Mrs Oscar
Roaenthal i> donor chairman
President <>i Chai chapter is Mrs
\l.i\ Kern
Mrs Harold Turk, founding
president ..... '"'"- ""*'
,,. Brandeu I niveraitj National
Women's Committee Greater Mi
ami chanter, a- a ipnng luncheon
Fri lay notel
Officers serving tor 186061 are
Mesdames Solom in B Margolu,
lent. William Maxwell, Joel
Meyer and Harm B Rimer, vice
presidents; Robert Green, treasur-
er; Jerome Ra .0. recording iecre>
tarv, Sam A Goldstein and Re
becca Snetman, corresponding mm
ret a ties
Mesdames Irving Blaber| and
Lou.- Eat n financial secretaries.
Ceornc L\ auditor: Albert
1 Jacobs honorarj president:
Harold Turk B-n Zion Ginsbur*
and Sidnej M SehwartX. honorary
vice presidents; and Morris C.ratt
.nut Leon Kronish, chaplains
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Greater Miami Wornen'i lajA
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Mill hold ita ne\t monthlj *n on Tue^ay noon m the Mi.fa
hotel.
Opening prayer will be uxtz 19
Mr> Samuel Baum Mrs Sol Sii
\erman. Auxiliary preaideot, ail
glee the address of
Mr* David PruJLp>. cba mat .J
Ihe nominating committee, u. p^
sent the slate ot othcer- jiid hotnl
t directors 'o be elected a: ;v
meeting
Mr Trudy Hamer-,-. a; ioM
luncheon chairman, will report 1
the donor project, and Mr. CHlrlti
Brown vull announce I
Mrs LisU. Maftov.sk> pr
chairman, will reveal i fjr tat
annual Mother's Da) partj to tg
jiven a" the Home ^' I
Mr- 'er.nii- I
be hostess of the part)
Have you noticed the low, low price of Heinz Vegetarian Be..

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IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1637
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Hope School Unit
Picks Mrs. Hale
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Ti'erefh Isroel Donor Affair
. in Le can
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prefented 1 Israel
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RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL
CHAIAH ROLLS BAGELS
S a iC*X iAV?iES s:
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You don't have to look any further: there
isn't a more popular dish in sight than
Heir.: strict'.y Vegetarian Beans. Every-
body lovei than. Everybody wants aec-
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Friday. April 21. 1961
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Sunshine Chapter Installs Officers
Mt. Sinai Garden Club members are busy at work with table
decorations for their installation luncheon May 10 at the
Alciore hotel. Featured will be a flower fashion parade,
showing members' creat.ve talents by wearing flower appcrel.
Left to right are Mrs. Morris L. Steinberg. Mis. James Aoram-
I'son, chcirman of the day. and Mrs. ZachaTy Ec:ley.
Southgate Unit Forty-Niners to Elect
p Temple Emanu El's club I
* V#t?rernOiiy senior citizens will meet <*n Tues-
LSpecial candlelighting ceremony (iay- 8 r" ,n Slrkin H;i" at ,he
ated to the Bar Mitzvah cele- remP' The evening will be de
ran :. ol the State of Israel was v*w to the election of new officers
: .. rt of the program o* tnt regu- an- ol the board ol di-
r meeting of the Southgate group n.ct}ors of ,n' Forty-Niners, who
.1 Hadassah beld Apr. 11 at South- UI" fe dunn* ">:,;- *"h '
hte Towers social hour and refreshments fol.
. lowing.
I Members who par'mpated were _______
V' i Bernard Aikerman. Ja-
t)h Bernstein. Joseph Buraek. Leo
iamond, Rose Ellen, Hyman
earl Stein, Max Topper. Bert
en berg. David Saxe, Tillie L
warts, Bartieh Siegel. Ed
gel, Ann Waterman and Henry
.. rnick.
*!'- -> v ere extei d< d to Mr
act b '.' rnsN m, ho are
ma. trip to Isr;
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Temple Menorah Singletons
Temple Menorah Singletons will
hold a >oeial or. Sundaj venii
the Temple's Youth Lounge The
group welcomes unattached men
and women over of age
William Tugenbei Mrs. Jack
Homelsky was in chant of ar

Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'nth
Women will celebrate its annual
installation of officers at the Ameri-
cana hotel on Saturday evening.
Apr. 29. OMicers being installed
a*s-*~ ...
Mesdames Jack D. Goldberg,
president; Milton M. Weinberg. co-
ordinating vice president; Florence
Bernstein, ways and means vice
president; Louis M. Collier, mem-
bership vice president; Sam M.
Bredt. program vice president;
Bernard Friedman, recording sec-
retary; Sidney T. Levin, financial
secretary.
Mesdames Jack Wallace, trea-
surer; David Shapiro, correspond-
ing secretary; Allen Abrams. so-
cial secretary; Joseph Newman,
sentinel; Joseph K. Berger. guard-
ian; Richard Sill, historian.
Mesdames Frank Burg, elected
hoard member; Joseph Samuels,
Pioneer Women
Slate Meeting
Mrs. | dent of Behe Pioneer Women's
luh. announces an Oneg Shabbal
in Saturday, 1:30 p.m.. in the home
I Mr. and Mrs Jacob 1' Casow,
"22i Trouville Esplanade, Norman-
Ij Isle.
The affair will he a farewell to
Mrs. Esther Weinstein. Cultural
I n gram i> in charge ol Mis Harry
Yanisch
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Mrs. William Beckwith, presi-
dent of Golda Meir Club, will con-
duet the next regular meeting on
Tuesday, 8 p.m.. at Beth El Con-
gregation. Nominating committee
will present a slate, and election
of officers will take place Mrs
Meyer Kahn is chairman of the
nominating committee.
Mrs Paul Berlin, president of
Coral (Jables Club, was to con-
dUCl a meeting on Thursday. Apr
20. 8 p.m.. at Cookies restaurant.
Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
Installing officer will be Mrs.
; Gerald P. Soltz. president of Dis-
trict 5 B'nai B'rith Women.
elected board member; Mack Sher-
man, counselor; Albert W. Gordon. Co-chairmen for the evening are
trustee: and Thomas D. Friedman. Mrs. Thomas D. Friedman and
trustee. Mrs. Sam M. Bredt.
Shop Burdine's for the Soulh's widest assortments .
best m values newest in fashion and home trends.
Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the
nicest way to own what you want when you want it.
Shop monday and friday nights, rniami, mi.mi beach 'til 9
163rd $trt, ft. laudardal*, wait palm beach 'til 9.30
A Memorable Summer for Your Youngsters

Camp Lakeside
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Jeny Nudelman
Winter Address
1000 N.W. leJeunc Rood
P.O.B. 35-955, Miami, Flo.
Grade A NC Bd o< Health
On Beautiful Lake Osceola
Hendersonville, N. C.
1 Riding Water Skiing Sports
1 Arts, Crafts and Field Programs
HI 4-2462
RY-KR1SP
makes your dieting more than just
Dade PTA Council
To Get Slate
Mrs. A. S. I)e( esare. < hairmari
of the nominatingg committee, will
i nt for ejection th< slat, of
w offict rs ol th Dade Count)
PTA Council on Wedm sday at .
eetinj at Meln -< Elementary
ol from in .. m until n i
Mrs Milton Weiss, outgoii
pn side > il] condui I .
-- )< lin Principi
ol An as 13 a 14 will be
ti
two n< w( si P l A's are I
Park Elementary and Roc*
r High both in Area 14. and
both organized in March.
NOW REGISTERING '
CAMP PERRY
MMER RESIDENCE CAMP
Boon* & Biownc; Ro. N.C.
IN THE MOUNTAINS''
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 8 13
Sports Riflery (NRA) Riding Swimming
Field Trips Arts & Crafts Overnight Camping
3 and 7 Wiekl Program
ALL ADULT SIPERMSON
FOOD (The" Very Finest) Trans. Provided
MOI ORMITORIES A FACILITIES
PINEWOOO ACRES SCHOOL
9500 S.W. 97th Avenue

0. A. lONTS Director
Miami 56, Florida
MO 1-5378
True! A double cracker <>f de
lii-ioiis Kv Kn-p with butter
has fewer calorie* than a slice
of 'diet bread" without butter
<*t the weight matching habit
-get Ry-Krisp!
Ral.too Purina Company. Checkerboard Square. St. Louia 2. Miiwun
Golden Glades Chapter
Golden Glades chapter No. 280
is planning a card party for men
and women Tuesday evening al
Beth Torah Congregation. Mrs
Marvin Choos and B. Scheinman
ol resen ations
YCUR
TELEPHONE
PROPERLY
ANSWERED
IS YCUP GRFATEST
BUSINESS ASSET
Answerite, Inc.
Telephone Answering
Service
SERVING
JEfferson Union
Highland FRanklin
Executive Office

CAMP SKY-TOP
In the Beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains R0SMAN, NORTH CAROLINA
CANTOR JACOB U. GOLDFARB, Co-Owner Director
IN ADDiTlON 10 THE REGULAR SPORTS CURRICUiUM CANTOR GOIDFARB
Will MAKE AVA'IABIE BAS & BAR MITZVAH ClASSES.
DIETARY IAWS STRICT1V OBSERVED.
For Information write Cantor Goldfarb, 17320 N.E. 11th Ave.,
North Miami Beach, Fla., or Phone Wl 7-7006
FR 3-5581
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Incoming president of Drandeis group of Hadassah. Mrs.
Philip F. Thau, receives the decorated gavel from immediate
rest president Mrs. Earl M. Copion. Mrs. Huqh Kcie. cf Ft.
Pierce, past district director of the Florida Feat: I Wom-
en's Clubs, and Mrs. Fred Jonas, president
chapter of Hadassah, look en.
Brandcis Group Installs Officers
th( on the
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accepting thi i
ei duties and ob! gatu m bj Mrs
Hugh Ha e i t Kurt Pii rce,
rector of t he Floi
'ation of Women's Cl
Miss Jacquelyn Hafi presented a
program ol songs, with Dr. Paul
Csonka, conductor of Co Optra.
playing her accompaniment.
Officers inducted were president.
Mrs l'hilip F. Thau; honorary
president, .Mrs Fred Jonas; hon-
orary vice presidents, Mesdames
Earl M. Copion. Edward Weithorn
and Mathilda Washton; executive
vice president. Mrs. Simeon Stein-
back.
Vice presidents, education. Mrs.
Nat Bernstein; membership, Mrs.
.Abe Jaffee; programs. Mrs. Sam
Ruban; ways and means. Mrs. Jo-
seph Morris.
Corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Sam Ma low financial secretary.
Mrs. Earl M. Copion; membership
secretary, Mrs. Adele Borrok; re-:
cording secretary. Mrs. Bernard
Berkely; social secretary, Mrs.
Edith Y ad win; treasurer. Mrs. If.
J. Fischer; parliamentarian. Mrs.
Anne Hirschman; trustees, Mes-
dames Elizabeth Goodman, Ben
Lippy. Bernard Lipson and Sidney
!'iirg.
Chairmen are auction. Mrs. Irv-
ing Goldstaub; bonds. Mrs. Harry
Nelson; book review. Mrs. David
einwald; bulletin. Mrs. Larry B
donor, Mrs William Saifir;
e bank. \lr Joseph Morris;
etta S
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R hospj
Kaufmai Jew ish N'atioi
Mrs Kaj Deitsch
Ii n Mrs. A
life : 'i p. VIrs Elizi I
I lo i man Medical C< nti r 11 rtifi-
Mrs Larry Lipl van-.
Mrs. Edward Weithi n novies
Mrs Samuel Goldsmith; publicity,
Mrs Theodore Liberman; tele
phone. Mrs Otto Sandman and
Mrs. Hyman Schwartz; trees, Mrs.
Frank Hershej.
Adath Yeshurun
Women's Donor
Sisterhood of Temple Adath
yeshurun will hold its second an-
nual donor luncheon Wednesda)
noon at the Seville hotel
Theme will be "April Showers
and the three largest fund-raisers
will be crowned Miss April Show, r-
and her Princesses. Leon Fields
comedian will entertain.
Mrs Charles Cook and Mrs.
Stanley Baumann are chairmen of
the affair.
Rabbi Lipschiti is Host
"Still Small Voice.'' television
program sponsored by the Rabbini
cal As*n of Greater Miami, will
be hosted by Rabbi Max A. Lip-
shit, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Torah, on Sunday, iu am
over WCKT ch.7 His theme will
be 'Youth Discusses Religion and
Jewish Education.''
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to say "welcome!"
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the same way, and may be used
in recipes which suggest sweet-
breads. Allow two pounds for five
portions After Kashering, remove
the coarser membranes For most
dishes, the brains are first pre-
cooked in boiling, salted water to
which one tablespoon of vinegar
has been added. Simmer 15 min-
utes remove the liquid, and dice
or >lice Like lungen, brains are
delicious with a tomato or sweel
and sour sauce; or the) may be
added to an a la kinp sauce, or
quickly sauteed with sliced mush-
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>s Single Out
JFK for Award
Prop.-, which only three years ago
form* ..-.,- .:-,,lip | |()ca|
women nterested in the future of
^Br- fortunate -how business
eollea. ... ,.;.,;, ..,, na
tional ,, i
I eve of their third aniiua]
"Academy Awards" dinner
r ers, headed by
fl foun : Mrs. Jerri Km
|T8. Pau Pollak, have an-
"'> ienl hi their "Hu-
^>'""''" \' .-I" for 1961 to
be Pre Kennedy.
8y! .: I uluch has
been 1. : the President
in Wa "i.ir facsimile
of fMtii. In.p.. represented by a
crystal !'.>> two helping
hands, "n ., -i-ned by Mis
Pollak i'r -: lu> informed
Of the i :<>;>- i:-;i >M. which "re
fleet* a: a:t...... > bve your ithe
Preside- ph.! ->(>>n of helping
those .- .- ri re than our-
selves.' ,
ScWd Vd r s ir-,|;iy. at the
Casao\a room > -he Deauville ho-
tel, the (\en; u i >nce again bo
highlfen-d b> an original musical
comedy -. vu, r U'.vi See Amen.
ca first." a lire'.: response to
Presidei K- i> naMonal ad
vice, p -ho.. .. .. n:ten and di
rected \ \ rr.vidcnt. I'ai-v
Abbott. mi |.,,n ,k
"d ?}1' ''I-'' .TJi:-ed by Margi
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SherWi
ii-V the cast of resident and
Visatiag ;*-rinr;r.er> v. ill Ih' Martha
Raye, V.,ri'm i."... > I);u..., I'ostel
to anj.lirita.
r well known personalities
r.tertaiper* are Pat Brom
f- -Pfrniee Mr-. Marry Si-
mone, S i Law jr. Ruth McMahon.
Marie LaLdj:in. Laura Fisher. Ir
ma Poc.tn. ./,- \;|.snn. \lthea
Weber, ;,mj Conuie Kulak. Also.
Ethel I it. I, K.-..:i-,,i,| Sara
Flamm. Sal (;renalcis. Charlotte
ScbJossn-n. \. Ka;. Rose Beyer
and Bit.i
Flogler Women
Have Luncheon
"*# len," u'htten by
Try6'' I in Mis
PsjPP I-:
Mbfjre ,, annual
"Cnjr' i| Flagli r
G^an*
on Tt,
netel
' dud lames Ch irli -
1 1c. N rman
Shu i l.\ ir.s. Samuel
Vwiti .hi Kotok. Sam K >
Barnit) Landers, George
lax .: ikm, Edward
Elmer Rogers and Ben
Cas:
Adehi,
Elbr;,
Golds
walsk
Malm
Moor.
Scuw.,
Mrs
It:
I arn i. m lers and Mrs.
num., ;.ed a.s chair-
the affair.
Tropical Chapter
Repeats Luncheon
aVoi I diaper >t the American
Medic. nter at Denver repeated
ro i usly successful "Price is
It" I ncheon last Friday at the
b hotel.
kriran Medical Center at Den
is he home of the Eleanor
^p* Cancer Foundation.
th s spent over $300,000 on
Btflt- to pa'ients sent to its hos
fl i the Greater Miami area
ii an for the afternoon were
ime Blate, 9290 W Bay
01. and Mrs. Sidney Burner.
1 eland r.!. President of
[or- -nzation is Mrs Bertram
p< 1025 -17th -
Htinsonism His Topic
ear ii Reinmuth, assis
P> ssnr o| : 'urology at the
I Oi Mia in. school ol me.le
di;cussed "New Concepts ol
al Control Ol Movement in
in 'iism" on Monday evening
c auditorium oi the Washing-
"ect al Savmgs and Loan Assn.
I wa> the sixth in a series of
Hh : Tunis insured by the
M&a chapter of the National
n Foundation.
I
Annual installation luncheon of the Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women, and the eiqht divisions
which make up Council, will take place on Wednesday noon
May 3. at the Algiers hotel. All newly-elected ofl.cers will be
installed at the joint ceremony, according to Mrs. Ben Z.on
Ginsburg (left), chairman ot the affair. Makinq plans for the
afternoon are Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, chairman of hostesses-
Mrs. Lou.s Easton. in charqe of publicity; Mrs. Howard Grove
SStanTT- a"ern00n; and Mrs- CVrus Marqulis. dec-
orations chairman.
Rinehard Fete
Brings $100,000
More than S7C0.000 has been
pledged tojvard the tiey Hebrew
Academy building fund. Louis Mer-
witzer, campaign chairman, an-
nounced Sunday nighl at a dinner
honoring Mr. and Mrs Samuel
Remhard.
The event, marking the 50th wed-
ding anniversary ol the Reinhards,
Was attended by some 400 guests
and friends who presented $10
toward the building.
Highlight o! the evening was the
surprise appearance ol Rabbi and
Mrs. Benjamin Morgenstern ol
Brooklyn, x v Rabbi Morgen-
stern, of the Young Israel of Ben-
sonhurst, has been the family spiri-
tual leader for the past :j.j years
Lauding the couple "for their
dedication to the Hebrew Acade-
my." the school which they found-
ed 13 years ago. were B. I. Binder
president of the Hebrew Academy]
Leonard Rosen, building fund
chairman. Harry Genet, chairman
of the executive committee, and
Rabbi Alexander S. Cross, princi-
pal Participating in the program
were Tippy Reinhard. and Robert
J and Mark Reinhard, who spoke
on behalf of the 16 grandchildren
Folk School Oneg Shabbat
David Pinski Folk School will
hold an Oneg Shabbat at the home
ol Mr and Mrs Ben Yomcn, 180")
Michigan1 ave., on Friday evening
Apr 28. Honored will be Mr a id
M Chomitz. He is cultural
chairman of the school, and the
couple plan a trip to Israel May 8.
Mrs. Green Will
Host 'Coffee1
Mrs Leon Green, outgoing ores
ident <>t the Miami Beach Senior
Hi h PTA, is hosting a coffee I t
hoard member- at her home. 444+
N Michigan ave.. on Tuesday at
10 a.m.
Guests will include the newly-
elected officers. They are Mr-.
Ben Samuels, president: Mrs Ai
vin Savage, president-elect: Mrs.
Irving Cypen, Mrs Henrietta Mehl-
man and Mrs. Sidney Rudolph,
vice presidents: Miss Margaret
Tarrer. recording secretary: Mrs.
Lillian Eisenberg. corresponding
secretary: Mrs. Leonard Jacobson,
treasurer and Mrs. Louis Nadler,
supply room treasurer.
Installation ceremony will take
nlace the following week
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'Chdi' Luncheon
Set Wednesday
Hebrew Academj Women will
hold a "Chai" luncheon on Wednes
day at the Fontainebleau hotel to
kick oft a S50.000 cariipa-^i tor the
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lown at recent Emma Lazarus qroup of Hcdas'ah Youth
Uiyah luncheon in the Diplomat hotel are Heft to riaht) Mes-
ses Johan Berman, president; Henrietta Fine chairman;
r.d Scniord Jacobson. qroup founder. Assisting the chair-
jar, of the day was Mrs. Max Margoles.
?r. Wolfson in Lecture Series
IS-1 ond lecture in a new cnes.
I l <(' Living Happily" w as
! i by Di ".:'. .'. i
Thursdaj mori it g < .. m
t h e 10th -t i". bel >re a
3 : sored bj the Miami
Ei reation D<
( e day. 12:30 p.m., Dr.
a! ...
Chib al thi !'. na hotel on "An
; rodu<'. Philo-
;0| hj ."
I lis :> < tur< r< pi at< d
Wedm sdaj \\ i 26 luni h<
of the Br l) rbw i Temple Si-
i Hollywi
The lectures an sponsored by
i Spit n Forum 1 dation for
\ ':'
Ida Appef Memorial AuaTloriuni
the new Hebrew Acai cmy.
Construction of the new buiH
is scheduled to begin the end
May. It will cost Si million.
which $7(10.000 in pledges has
ready been raised.
A 'Thai" contribution represents
a gift of one brick in the Ida Appcl
Auditorium. A certificate will be
presented !o everj "Chai" contri-
butor.
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president
of the Hebrew Academj Women.
declared "thai .Mrs Appcl was one
if the most beloved women of the
Greater Miami Jewish community.
She left her imprint in manj areas
f J< wish endeavor, and is i special-
ly remembered for many years of
dedicated service and leadership
to tru Jewish Home for the Aged
and Hebrew Academj Women."
Mrs Irving Firtel is chairman ..I
he '( hai" luncheon, a n d Mrs.
Leonard Rosen, co-chairman Other
members of the committee are
Mesdami Jack Buchsbaum, presi-
dent of the PTA, Julius Rosenstein,
Arthur Bergman. Jack Gerson and
Nathan Spiegel man
ELECT
BERNARD "BERN1E
:i
BERMAN
COUNCILMAN GROUP 2
# Special Assistant Attorney General, State cf Fla., I960
* Judge Advocate. Skeily McLeod American legion
Post, 1957-1959
* Volunteer Public Defender
De<>
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"Bemie" Berman
"NOW IS THE TIME TO COMPLETE THE JOB."
It's Time to Sweep Out
THE OLD TYPE CITY PLANNING,
THE OLD TYPE OF THINKING,
THE OLD TYPE OF POLITICIAN.
It's Time to Bring In
A PLAN FOR PROGRESS
AN INTERAMA BOARD A MORE BEAUTIFUL CITY
WITHOUT INCREASING TAXES.
be sure to vote April 25th
FOR
It
Bernard "Bernie
BERMAN
AT ULETA PARK & CITY HALL
"THANKS FOR YOUR VOTES APRIL IS'
PULL LEVER 4-A APRIL 25
I'd i i Uh
Tif ereth Israel
New Officers
Xew officers ol Tifereth I
ion are Is idore Schlissel,
presid Murraj VI inthal md
11 ; residents;
nberg in isun r; Leo
: rdin ry; Al
i ecretarj ;
r. G
ard oi directors are Harry
' < xander Jack Berke, Ernest
Isi rs ii Floyd Kn iz, R iby Ku-
n. Harrj Lern< r, Theo Pearl
-i in Win Schachter. Moe Singer,
1st in, II.mild Robin, Hj
Rothman, Herman Gol farh
i Harry Dacks.
- isterhood officers f< r the com-
ing year include Mesdami s Allen
H First, president; James Harris.
i..!\ Laster, and Harry Lerner.
.ic presidents; William Kornfeld,
recording secretary; Al Kurzban,
financial secretary; Isidore Schlis-
sel, treasurer; Ruby Kutin, cor-
responding secretarj; Benjamin
iVeinstock, racial secretary; and
Morris Bisenberg, parliamentarian
M< mbers Ol the hoard are M, -
lames Theodore Pearlstein, Irving
Querido, Sadie Kushner, Hyman
\s!or Claire Tonik, Herman Gold-
farb, Harry Herman. George Cold
stein, Joseph Jarlow, William Co
hen, Minnie Cohen, Irving Selig-
man and Murraj Weinthal.
Anshe Ernes Will
Burn Mortgage
Congregation Anshe Kmes will
^oid a mortgage-burning dinner on
Sunda\ evening, 6 p.m.. at t h e
Royal Hungarian restaurant.
The mortgage miming climaxes
three and a halt years in the con-
gregation's present facilities al 2533
SW IS ave.. Miami.
Rabbi Morris Skop. of Temple
Judea, "ill be guest ol honor at the
function Maxwell Silherman presi-
!enl of Anshe Emes, is chairman
t the evening,
food Fair Builds Center
Star! of construction of a 30-unit
S2 million dollar shopping center
(0 be located at the intersection of
Memorial hwy. and West Hills-
borough ave West Tampa, Fla .
was announced here this week by
Food Fair Stores. The center, on
:i 21 acre site, will he called Memo-
rial Pla/a. Ronald L. Fine, dun
lor of real estate tor the Southern
Division of Food Fair, outlined
the plans for the new center and re-
ported the beginning of construe
tion last Friday
Tifereth Israel Picnic
, icih Israel Congregation will
have .i pinlc Apr. 30 at the Log
shelter m ('.reynoids Park, starting
after Sunday school.
Zionist Council of South Florida concludes plans for the Israel
Bar Mitzvah celebration at the Deauville hotel on Saturday
evening. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Seymour Baron.
Milton Greene, A. Arthur Pekelner. Samuel Z. Sakrais and
Anna Melnick. Standing (left to right!1 are Manuel Bursteir..
Dr. Simon Wilensky, Louis Rudnick, Miss Marguerite Marks,
Mrs. Irwin Liss and Al Ossip.
RE-ELECT
MAYOR DAN DIEFENBACH
FOR TRANSPORTATION
TO THE POLLS
Tall Wl 5-7633
Wl 7-.T20I
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Of K MAX*9
Lever 1-A
April 25
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Thinks for Your Vote of Confidence '
iixpei'ivnvvd ttvsi (fnciliiijil
To Retain Decency and Dignity
in the Mayor's Office
PI LL MY IK 1-A. APISH, M
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* ELECT "JAY" *
REARDON
REARDON FAVORS
Economy
City Improvement
Increased Recreational
Facilities
A MAN OF
QUALITY
DIGNITY
HONESTY
EFFICIENCY
and a
TRUE DESIRE TO
SERVE THE PEOPLE
james e. "Jay" reardon Headquarters Wl 76049
FOR NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL, GROUP 6
PULL LEVER 11-A on APRIL 25
"THANK YOU"
* Successful, Self-Employed, Businessman
World War II. United States Navy, Veteran
Devoted Church and Family Man
* Former Postmaster, City of North Miami Beach
* Past Member, Planning and Zoning Board,
North Miami Beach
* Active in Local Politics and Civic Affairs for 7 Years
VOTE ELECTION DAY, APRIL IS, PULL LEVER UA
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Florence Lewis, ever" since -ho and Sid came here in 1942 to find
the Fountain ol Youth (she was ill) has woven a beautiful tapestry of
friendship for herself and her husband Her infi i IS laugh that ( rinkles
htr t.. captivated Sid when hi tat behind her in Germai class when
the) were both in their fir>t year at Northwestern. The German prol
i \eii predicted that they would be married someday
Florence tirst started in community organization work via the time
honored Parent Teacher Assn. route. Many ai I varied are her affili
Proficient in languages Florence originally stepped with both
I eel into the National Council of Jewish Worn **m
Service to Foreign Born Program. Cur
rently, she i- president of the Greater Miami
Section ot NCJW, which encompasses eight
i ivisii is eight sets ol officers, and o> r 2.000
i .< mbers
In college, Kiorer.ee was an active Alpha
I psilon Phi (>n her arrival in Miami, she
helped gather up all the wandering AEPhi
alumnae to form the Greater Miami Alpha
Ion Phi Assn. She was advisor to the
i pter at the University of Miami for many
years and <>n the sorority's national board.
Despite the heavj load ol meetings and
(ommunitx activities that are part ol being a
president, Florence still finds time to help her
'..i decorating talents are to her own
;ie. which she has dom over three times
Another added attraction iv being a new grandmother.
Bridge ha- always beei a big factor in S j life.
ol thi few husband-and-wife teams who actuallj liki
in Ige with each ether Not to be outdone by his wife in tin
immunit) service, Sid is presently president "i the Soutl m st Miami
l ions i
r conversation: "Tell bout your day Mrs
nt."
No. you in st Mr Pre.-.den;
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RAMBLING WRECK
- i. is Spector j< ited to Atlanta to
birthda; Shi sider him a rambling wreck
... use he goes toGi ch.
took him a lovely birthday present his girl Martha Kent
Thej Epsilon Pi fraternity part
HOKINCI
Mrs. Rosenthal
Picks Organza
Mr and Mrs \n d S Rosen-
thai will livi al BOW Eastern dr .
sdver Springs, Md following a
bone] moon in Nassau.
The former Miss Tobj Mae Her-
mann and Mr Rosenthal exchanged
nuptial vows Sunday, Apr, 16, at
the Dupont Plaza hotel
Their pan nts are Mr and Mrs.
.1, -i ph Bermann, of 730 SW 26
r Miami, and Mr and Mrs Lou
Washington I> C
Rabbi N rman Shapiro i
e 6 .0 ci remonj and a fi
hotel s Skyn om fol-
low i
in,. bri an imported silk
: ,.., g( i th floral .
match ;- headpiece with double
. :i illusion veils, and i
a bouq u I ovi r a Bible !=hi re
a pi arl and diam md ni klai i
i the croom and I
wedding bai
Hei sistei ''> Sidney li
nas matron ol honor, and bi
niauK wen Roxu llirsch, Helen
(,. Idstein and Lois Glanti
Mrs Ros< nthal is an alumna ol
Miami Senior High and Florida
Si hool ol M< ol al I' chn< > Her
husband is a graduate ol Calvin
Coolidge Senior High and is pre
i nployed at i tig i i
Harvey Ratner ol Was
D.C was bi si man, and sen ing
;i- ush< rs wen nej Indgin,
: Shaplin and Mike B< rco-
wit/
Here from Washington, DC, for
th. wt the Walter Die.
ners, thi Max Rosenthals, th. In
- the Ray m ind Em
: Miss Lillian Lev j From
\, V i k > ty came Ml
Rothsti
GIVE YOUR HUSBAND A TOMBSTONE
Irvin w Katz, principal of Miami Beach Senior lli^h School was
i t> proud at the dedicai on services of the new school facilities Too
bai that all of thi old time" PTA presidents weren't there Nettie
(Mr- Philip Lefkowitz and Rose (Mrs Uex Kogan did the honoi

Ir. Irv's Office, on his desk, is quite an important item a tomb
with thi inscription Relax It's later than you think This should
1 i ever; lesk in evei office Mrs K found it at a ban
counter M. n fine oni too. It doesn't have to be a bargain
* *
IT WAS A CIRCUS
[I really wasi a cin but < veryone had just as much tun as al the
i i Evelyn (Mrs David Roth had a luncheon .it her
Inez Krensky was there with her hou Ida Krensky, of
Chicago They k-ere admiring Lilly (Mrs Harry Scruffs |ad< necklace
Lilly -aid thai it j u keep things l< i 'hey always come back in
en the necklace to her when they were first man
Mrs Marvin) Silver: made ;i very pretty bartender. Juliette
i hman at thi -aim table with Eva Mrs Sam) Zaret and
ter, Mrs Maurice Rosen, of Syracuse. Selma Mrs
hi the discussions on organization life member
lared she inti < life member of something, too Evelyn
- on the davenport, accepting graciously the compliment
the luncheon dishes thai -he had made hersell
* *
WAY BACK WHEN
irice Jai obs and his Nell wen
visiting with his sister, I sti William)
i er He an I i iv Phil
theatei
S oh thi lacobs and Estclli wen! out to the
TIm > Worl I ol
Suzii which by the way v
lips
* *
TWENTY FOUR ROSES
v the i s of thi Dai i I
- ol v.. mi n's Clubs annual -. I
luncheon and fashion show Cli
neyi Wcintraub
received a bouquet oi 24 pink roses, nm for
each year she has chaired this spei
Her mother, dai; ng Mrs lai
beamed pn udly.
* *
Nassau Holiday
For Dressiers
K\ ii Susan G< rstein and Ed-
Henry !>'i ssler wi mar-
Saturday evening vpr
the Ban elona hotel Rabbi 1.
i lated at the c< re-
nt ny hich w i- followed by <
reception in thi hotel
! Me ii. i' daughter ol Mr and
Mrs Murray Gerstein, 1941 SW
is ave attended Miami High, and
graduated i r o m Hialeah High
-.in ol she belongs to Future T< >
fhers it \iini ii a and Musii 11
rary.
r or her wedding, she hose .
hapi I Ii ngth govv n with la
illopi d neckhm
quins from shouli i r I
Hi r matron ol I i
Sophia Orkin and Cai i Fried
and Aiiene Hir-.h were bl
maids
Dr an Mi
20] NU
parents Hi is a i
H (tended
the I'mvi I Mian |
'v Is Tau n Phi He
present i Met
Ru har I J g< rst in and R
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A BRIGHT IDEA
IN'EUIGCNT PEC'ON
20 YRS. EXPERIENCE !N
PRACTICAL NURSING
Good Comp4n.on vv.H.ng to h(.!p _, |n
hoW.old prefe.-bl, Ko.he, l,d
n pot.t.on in fIP1*d Jewi,h f.,m,ly
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NEED EXPERIENCED
COPPER IRON SOLDERERS
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lns.de wo-l. CM NA 1 7S?S
Bobby MarkowitZ, who is xxm to n<-\ married to Pal Rabin.
always loved Del (Mri Raymond) Rubin's "brownies." So for a showi r
gift, Del made a ceramic cake plate. The plate ha- pink petal: and
preen leaves, and smack in the middle is the brownie recipe This, no
doubt, will start a new fad. If the brownie-, don't turn out right, or if
the bride-to-be feels that she doesn't want to be a good baker, -he
always drop the recipe on the floor Smash!
ORGAN MUSIC FOR YOUR
WEDDING CEREMONY-
By JOSEPH SCHREIBMAM
nd hit Portable Oryin
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Rabbi Irving 1
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April 21. 1961
+Jtnisti narkttan
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larniinqlu
yours,
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Id 7-
Hi ON philosophies vary
with each Individual woman,
Br1 '' ''*' 'l''' !,;,rt of the
H d she lives in. and what her
rticular needs are from a lash-
viewpoint.
B"j ou;;h has been written on
subject oi fashion to till vol-
tes May l begins American
lauty Fashion Week throughout
ntry. in that week's is-
of "This Week" Magazine, ;i
Hiil of leading American de-
li rs discuss their individual
^hion philosophies in terms of
everyday wardrobe of the
ji al American woman, of
fcse designers, Oleg Cassini is
I i |y one who has not been a
fetter of the most coveted Coty
yard.
rhi ( designers were asked to
n fS briefly then guidl to
lerican beauty, Prom Oleg
sjsini, "Understatement is the
fnt of elegance. Underplay
krything. This will upstage the
)< rs
I i Galanoa, whose collcc-
tr\ is one oi the mi si expensive
all. feels color is ;i most im-
Irlant factor. 'Color should al-
IVs be Chosen to compliment
in and hair colorings, Black
rm< to compliment all types ol
) i n it is subtle, it is elegant
is the background tor beautiful
ttw is. Make-up i- important it
-is the highlight accent to each
^Hoii .in- coloring Discretioi, ., nl
Hst. are icrcmoM considerations
^H iisint
tv-r the husbands who con-
^Har.'ily hear the comment, "but
HhiiMn t a thing io wear." while
^okii-.u closet filled with
^Hotr i"'. N'orman Norcll's opin-
^n should be the- one to relaj to
^peir wives "Buy garments as
^fcvi si:n, nts Select carefullv,
l^fttd \tm will not in d as many
loii,- \ i II chosen wardrobe
Car; .ii ,,s ir.un places as a large
arc
pHE ii \: bit ol philosophy may
be carried over to man)
tie- ii stead oi being limited
i thing. From Pauline in
pri comes this hit ut excellent
"Jdv Mart now to find out
Pat clothe s \ou look in -t in.
'i one comments on how
^t.'.<: .\ j ou look on a
.in.iiv > ours -it
i f dress, i olor oi eye sha
coiffuri Try n again n<
|lla'.s itiicn arc the miv ct of
lany i-omnu-nis Sal!\ \ ict r a
*4
tj Award winner for millinery.
i Is halt should be the subject
of compliments Her philosi phy
Buj a hat because it will do
thing for you not becausi
your head is cold, or you
afraid of a sunstroke."
An overall fashion picture is
discussed by Sidney Wragge \
woman evolves hi r own fashion
a woman ot indecision
nges with the whim of fashion
trends In make-up, only one
Tart of the face should he ac-
centuated If it's the eyes, play
d t n the lips with the palest lip-
stick or vice versa I don't be-
liev< in heavy makeup tor day
time A hit of shadow, but no
lonj: lashes or bright lipstick."
INSTALLATION luncheon of the
W< m< n's Cancer League oi
Mann Beach at the Seville hotel
Apr 4 was a '-cm. thank- to
imagination of Mildred (Mrs
Mi rris) Gidney, chairman ol the
i aj and Mrs. Paul (Pat) Brom
berg who conductt d the cere
mony.
Tiny pink umbrellas for April
-' ii i rs that bring May flowi rs"
little red nosegays held the
place cards, festooned ribbons
and a prolusion of flowers deck
ed the head table, and candles
hunched buds served as cen-
terpieces for the smaller -i Uings
Mrs*. Gidnej paced the activi
ties and solved all problems
ting very cool and attractive
m a white-on-wbite -'Ik shirt-
maker, with matching head hug-
ging cloche trimmed with floral
lallions.
l al B ombi i gave the- charge
to new officers ami hoard mi m
bers With her t la me colored
hair, she wore a fox trimmed
sweater, in brightest orange, and
carried it off beautifully Tin
patterns in her multi-colored
sleeieli ss Mock were outlined in
-i quins.
Newly elected president Mrs
Abe .Beryl i Schonlcld chose a
full-length coat ol beige linen
,i matching dress and com-
i nsemble it h a stri-
black paiim sailor, bag and
- 'Mil -
|u|RS. Mickey (Yvettc K
* fo indi r president, a little
m several weeks she hi d
s| ent in the hospital, m \ er
thl less looked \ei \ |0V< Ijl in a
i il-slim black linen sheath
s t off ith whiti collar and hat
with dramatic low side sweep
Berkman, Shaw
Exchange Vows
A double ring candelighl nil
mony united Miss Lois Barbara
Shaw and Martin George Berkman
on Sunday evening, Apr. 9. at the
Deauville hotel. Rabbi Joseph Na-
rot, of Temple Israel, officiated.
The bride's traditional gown was
ol white silk organza with a bouf-
fant skirt, and featured a fitted
bodice ot imported chantilly lace,
sabrina neckline, and scalloped
cap sleeves. Her shoulder length
French illusion fell Iron: a white
-ilk organza rose, and she carried
white orchids on a Bible belonging
to her friend. Pennj Weiss.
Her cousin. Susan Shaw, was her
only attendant. Lawrence Gold-
blatt was best man lor the groom,
and Don Colin and Raymond Brown
si rved as ushi rs,
The new Mrs Berkman is a grad-
uate of Miami Senior High School
and attended the University ot Mi-
ami. Her husband is an alumnus
of the University of Miami, and is
currently with the Federal Govern-
ment.
The parents of the couple are
Mr and Mrs. Nat.han Schwartz,
601 SW 21 rd., Miami, and Mr. and
Mis Ralph C. Berkman. ol _>;>_'7
SW 19 st., Miami.
After a reception and formal din-
ner at the Deauville hotel, t h e
young Mr. and Mrs. Berkman kit
for a honeymoon in Jamaica On
their return, they will make their
home in Washington, DC.


'Caught' Still
Catches Them
Three months alter its opening
in opposition to the biggest enter-
tainment nami in local Gold Coasl
ry, (aught in the Act" con-
tinues at the Downstairs room ot
the Seville hotel as one of the sea
son s brightest hits of the Mghl
Club season.
Headlining the comedy talents oi
Jack De Leon and Terry Haven
the cast o( six people are furthei
supported by the Broadway talents
ol Gene Allen, Jerry Xewby. Annt
.lone- and Lint a La vein. All have
appeared previously in major pro
ductions, bringing their own tal-
ents to 'Caught" in both enscmhlc
numbers and individual solo SDOtS
With sor.Lis and special comi'l.v
blackout material written by Rutl
Wallis, Ernie Held and David Pa-
nich. the revue shaped up as ;.
bri-k. colorful show which was
immediate!) hailed by the critics
Shew times nightly are at 9 am
1! pin., with a special late sho\
Friday and Saturday at l a.m.
Ardmori
MRS. MARTIN BERKMAN
Anne Frank Unit
Hears Review
Anne Frank chapter ol B nai
B'rittl Women met Tuesday noon at
Toby's cafeteria to hear a book
review bj Mrs LOUIS Schw ar'/man
On Thursday evening, the clap
ter will hold its annual installation
ol officers for 1961-62 at the Car
den restaurant.
Mrs Irving Reimer is president.
Installing officer was to be Mrs
lid SottZ. president of District
> B'nai B'rith Women.
Judge Barad is Speaker
Legal Implications in the Eich-
mann Trial*' was the subject of an
address by Metro Judge Frederick
X. Barad on Wednesday evening at
a meeting of the Democratic Club
ol Mian,i Beach in the Saxony ho-
tel. .lack Freitag showed a tra-
velogue entitled "Mediterranean
Cruise.'*
Sinai Board Will j
Meet Thursday
J. Gerald Lewis, president, has
announced that the annual meet-
ing of the Mt. Sinai Hospital board
of trustees and membership will bl
Thursday evening. Apr 27. in th.
Louis Woltson Auditorium of fit
hospital
Flection of new trustees will take
1 lace at the meeting, and there
will be a presentation of report-
on the hospital's past year of ad -
vities,
TERMITES
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United Synagogue Youth group
oi Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
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Young Judaeans meet Thursday
from 7 15 to 9 p.m.
She was visibly touched when
Francis (Mrs Milton) Linn, in
a siss) white eyelet shirt waist
dress presented her with three
gold charms one from the
League, ore from the board, and
one for outstanding services to
the organization during her two
j ears as president
The invocation was given by
Mrs Ethel Gerson. whoso softlj
feminine sheer floral print epito-
mized sluing the theme ol the
ll.l\
Among all the other pretty out
fits and accessories seen at the
luncheon, one was a possible
trend setter as attractive I i.
i.Mrs Sidney) Ohrbach wore her
heart on the short sleeve of her
chic blacka diamond heart, oi
course.
THE FAMILY OF THE LATE
JERRY HOWARD STITSKY
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Friday, April 21,
Pearly Gait
By Ha
names that make NEWS: Big doings m the Rosen family re-
cently Floyd Rosen. second-year medical student at the I niversit>
of Miami, recently left the bachelor ranks, taking as his bride the
former Wflma Schwimmer. They en honeymoon abroad in
Nassau The --room's brother. Ha it) Rose, youth director ol B'na
B'nth Youth Organization, was recently tapped wil SI it< W
tome; R Gerstein, for Wig and Robe Society, honorary fra
tern.;.- thi : gal pn I
Men's clothier Al Zablo showing a lot ol improvement in hi- goll
garni t had much time to practice, but now that spring's here,
you can find him a couple >t times a week al I i Bayshore driving
rangi
Miami's busiest feminine executives
n. whose handbags are now being sold hen and abroad
:< ie Kern, whose high-styh sweaters the fanc>
of women < erj where.
Glad to see that Miami Beach City Fathers finally realize the
importance of more golfing facilities. Underway is a sporty nine-
ho'e, par-three golf course on the grounds of the old Municipal course,
benind the Miami Beach High School.
Former Beachites, Mr. and Mrs Martin Goldman, n tanl get
tim. Ij leav< after a couple ol of s newing ac-
quaintanci with manj old Friends hen lie's fit as a fi fti i
surferj and will return to hi- executive duties with a New York bro-
kerage firm.
Street Scene Men"- wear exec Austin Burke lending an ear to
Henr; an's walkie-talkie politickii i I i Road Mall
Burki tant about enti the council ra<
4%
HOTEL LOBBYING: The Allegros an excitinf
spotlight at the D I Tacl
room
-> fei nd foibles. "Ci ighl in the
:. :"!::.....I I tl the Si
villt.is the

t and dan htly e>
Chuck Posner, one of the Algiers bosses, is a-nong the "missing"
fre-i the local fairways. For recreation and a hobby, he's returned
to pair-tint: in oils, no less. Come 'c think of it, he's the only hotel
executive hereabouts that dabbles thataway. Talented guy.
I be oi in Sui lay night's I i
at thi F ntaincble; \ iru ty Interi ational
teline Sassine. of Haiti :
the islai ill includi \
.'tut ent rtainmi I
* *
PLAYS THE THING: Oni of the I
th< TV .
I'lai k Had the ;
5oth:--- e movies at* it 20 years ago at Warm I
in Burbank. Calif. 1 was publicist for a coupli i pictures
rticular and probably one of his In \, lorth At
lantfc." brought os together trotti a bit ihei
rid premii n He's a regu
. gain in person as he is in town at l
Playhouse starring in I nder thi Yum Yum Tree
lime ti catch an origii S >y Day." pi
d and created by local talei
at 'hi Playhi
* *
MOVIES OF THE WEEK: The Womel
up Aith two ju i< ei e Aparl
"trj .. bl< bill al the I I M racli ai 16 li Si
! s With the formi i i I* sen the bi I morn the yi
eaturii hi d-and-thundi e of 1
rne him ihi I
tin -l i ild do i ipa< it) busini ss
The British movie makers who turned out "Carry on Nurse
one of the year's funniest, have come uo with a sequel, Please Turn
Over," which is now at the Mayfair and Sunset.
Glenn Ford. Maria Schell, Inn B..\i, : u srthur O'Connell
ke of "Cimarron at the Olympia Beach Gables SI
l ss< -.
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ALONG restaurant ROW: Under the Yum-Yum I.....
presentation al thi Cocoi il Gr rvi Playh >us< \\ .
J an lie-light Inn you might di
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Jubano no also the chel is gaining ude favoi an on, thi
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Beach. Carmine's is i ccessible to Miamians too their
lily pn pared to oi
Lei Lana on S. Dixie hwy., is the latest Polynesian-tyP r*itau.
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Friday. April 21, 1961
+Jewlsii ncridian
Page 11-B
Miss Fein Joins
Home's Staff
The Jewish Home for the Aged
announces the appointment of Miss
E^Jj cin a- groupwork super-
visor.
Miss Fein will be responsible
for the direction of the groupwork
program and the coordination of
the leisure time recreation activity
program for residents of the Home.
She will also have supervision of
the more than 40 volunteer work-
ers from the National Council of
Jewish Women who teach das-es
and serve as friend!) visitors.
Miss Fein is a specialist in group.
1 work with the aged, having former-
ly been cmplo>ed by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
as supervisior of the Senior Citi-
zens Division of the Miami YMHA
.Branch she i- a professionally-
trained social worker, holding a
Master's decree in social work
from Ohio Stale Universit) and a
Bachelor's degree from Hunter Col-
lege
Prior to coming to Miami hire
years ago, she was a groupworker
with the New York City Youth
Board Program and a caseworker
with the Jewish So lal Service Bu-
reau in DeTolt
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Leo Robinson to Host Miami Chapter;
Delegation Off to AJComm. Meet in N.Y.
On Sunday, frqrn 4 to 6 p.m.. Mr. ,.present to Dr. Rpmhold Niebuhr,
and Mrs Leo Robinson will play professor emeritus of Union Theo-
host to the Greater Miami chapter logical Seminary, the American
of the American Jewish Committee. Liberties Medallion. The award
An annual spring tradition, the given annually to the individual
party will honor Seymour Samet. > making the most valuable contri-
executive director, and Mrs. Leo- bution in furthering the American
nard Silverman, executive assis- ideal of liberty.
MISS tSTllll HIN
Mrs. Bernard Seiderman mod
els a lush haute couture
sable which will be among
those shown at the Sabra
deb-t luncheon Tuesday at
Wes-.view Country Club un-
de: -.he auspices of the Wom-
en's Division of State of Is-
rac: 3onds. (Story. Pg. IB.)
Dade Contingent
To Boost County
Ai enthusiastic group of Dade
I county business and professional
leader? embark- from Miami In-
Iternatunal Airport on Sundaj f<>i
| a unu < pilgrims
Th< destination is London Their
goal stronger business, cultural.
and : unst bond- between the
peopli >f Europe and South Flori-
da Loaded with -amples. sales
kits, and information about Dade's
, an: tourist attractions,
the) will bold a series of get-to-
getheri with their British counter-
part- uring the week-long sojourn.
Apj priately named the Dade
Israelite Center
Annual Dinner
Sunday Evening
Israelite Center religious school
will hold its ninth annual dinner on
Sunday. 8 p.m at the Seville hotel.
Dinner chairman i- Sam A/rikan.
firt vice president of the Israelite
Center, and coordinator of many
.recent program- for the tenter
The Israelite Cen'er religious
school i- affiliated with the Bureau
of Jewish Education of Greater
Miami, and ha- in recent years
expanded it- facilities
Among those bringing greeting
will be Rabbi Mayer AbramowitZ,
president of the Rabbinical Assn
I of Greater Miami; Louis Schwartz-
' man. executive director of Bureau
of Jewish Education; Hyman Kirs
ner, president of the Israelite Cen
ter; and Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
spiritual leader of the Center and
principal-of tie religious school
Toastmaster will be Harold Sha-
piro, of Miami Beach. There will
be a com pie: floor show and
dancing
UAHC Federation
Spring Electicn
Sam A Goldstein outgoing pres-
ident, will deliver a fan veil mc-
age and Rabbi William Sa.iowit/
lirector of the Smith Florida Fed
elation, will present an annual re
tant.
Melvyn Frumki
chairman, will welcome new mem-
bers. and David Fleeman. chapter
president, and James It Katzman,
vice president, will speak briefly.
Mrs, James R. Katzman is in
charge of arrangements with Mr-
Kenneth Treister and Mrs, Richard
Pallot.
Local delegates of the Greater
Miami chapter are completeirg
arrangements for attending the
54th annual meeting of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, Apr. 27
to 30, in New York City. High-
light of the conference will be
an address on Apr. 29 by Secre-
tary cf Labor Arthur Goldberg.
American Jewish Commision will
Miami delegation includes R. W.
. Apte. Mrs. Robert Berger. Mrs.
membership ,.r ., K. .r d.,a
Charles Leeds. Col. Nathan Rood,
( noil* mem '
Seymour Samet. Mrs. Bernard Ste-
vens, and Dr. Joseph Weidberg.
Rabbi Shapiro
Off to Confab
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiri-
-tual leader of Congregation Beth
David, will be among the 600 mem-
ber- of the Rabbinical Assembly of
America in attendance at the 61st
annual convention of the national
rabbinical bodj in the Concord ho-
tel. Kiamesha Lake. N Y from
. Apr 23 through 27.
Theme of this year's five-day
convention '.ill be "Our Concern
for Colleagues, for Community, and
for Country." Rabbi Seymour J.
port at the South Florida Federa Brotherhood Elections Slated Cohen' Congregation Anshe F.met,
tion of the I'mon o! American He Chicago, III., is ia6i convention
brew Congregations' annual spring Brotherhood of Temple Emanu- chairman
election meeting Tuesdaj at the f.1 will gather on Wednesday even- Among the top.c- on this year's
Dupont l'la^a hotel. ing to elect new ofticcrs and board convention agenda are Federal aid
"The Best Future Course tfcr Re- members to serve diir.r.g 1961-62 to parochial education, the role and
form Judaism'" will be debated by The event will take place in Sir- responsibility of the religious lead-
Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple kin Hall at the Temple at 8 p.m. er in contemporary society
Beth Sholom. who will present the
mcw ot "The Path of Tradition."'
and Rabbi Joseph Narot. of Tern
pie Israel, who will explore 'The
Traditionally Reform Path."
New slate of officers submitted
for election include Irving Lebow.
president; Meyer \ Raskin, Rob
ert Newman. Jack I Levkoff, Mar
vin LeibowitZ, .lame> Albeit. Sam
uel Lubcll. Milton Forman, Dr.
Saul Geronemus, Dr. Henry Than/.
Willie Ihlfelder and Nathan Zel-
raenovitk, vice presidents; Tilden
Corenblum, secretary; David D.
Pollack, treasurer
Booster.-, the group, newly
from -he ranks of Miami
< ounty Chamber of Com-
members, ha- the official
ledgement of that organi-
I Chii
formi
Dadi
merc<
ackm
zatioi
Tin group feels its efforts will
contribute materially both to Presi-
dent John F Kennedy's "Travel
to An erica" program and Gov
Fan Bryant's goal of attracting
more and more visitors to the Sun-
shine S'ate
fix g \u Cunard Eagle Air-
way- ji powered Bristol Britanni.i,
the i itera will he welcomed to
Britain h> government officials
and rpresentatnes of the London
Chamber of Commerce
The Dade countian- will return
via Cunard Kagle on Sunday morn-
ing, Apr, 30. A few bookings are
Shores Unit Will
Install Officers
Shores Unit of the Woman's Can-
cer Institute's installation lunch-
eon will be at the Lido Spa on the
Venetian cswy. on Monday noon.
May 1. Outgoing president Mrs.
Henery Cewitz will introduce new
l\ elected chancellor Mrs Milton
Blum
Other new officers are Joseph
Kanier. Phillip Schessel. Sam Gar-
funkel and Paul Allen, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Moe Blitz, treasurer:
Mrs Jacob Rifkin. financial secre-
tary; Mrs Maxwell Hyman. re-
cording secretary; Sydell Levine,
Dan Levine and Harrj Rosenfeld,
corresponding secretaries: and
Mrs. Henry GevitZ, chaplain and
parliamentarian
Shine- I'nit goal of S15.000 was
exceeded "beyond all expecta-
tions" by $1,000 during the last
fiscal year according to Mr-. Irv-
ing Lehrman, chairman of the
area's division AI the luncheon,
plans will be made lor raising
funds in the new year.
still open, according to John E.
Hillgolh. Cunard Eagle general
-ale- manager in Miami.
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Kay to Host
For Hospital
Sheldon Kay. chairman of the Ba>
Heights committee tor Cedar- ot
aajBjnajajBfiiBjKtPiajl Lebanon
jpen hi.- home
in Sunday. Ha)
* 14 to friends and
neighbors for a
cocktail party in
behalf of Cedars
of Lebanon Hos-
pital.
Kay. who is ac-
live in Com-
bined Jewish Ap
KAY peal. State of Is-
rael Bonds, and Beth David Con-
gregation, has also been active in
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital fund-
raising activities.
Kay is one of the developers of
the new Westbrooke Country Club
and Westchester Homes.
Beach JWV Post
Installs Officers
Senior Metro Judge Ja ner was to he guest speaker a' a
join) installation of Jewish War
Veterans, Miami Beach Posl "WO.
and the Ladles' Auxiliarj on Thurs
day night at the American Legion
Hall.
Newly-elected officers are Ben
Goldberg, commander; living
Cooperman and Mel Richardson
senior and junior vice command
er-; Maurue Weinman, chaplain:
George G Whitney, judge advo-
cate; Maurice Klein, three year
trustee
For the Auxiliary: Mesdames
Morris Weinman, president: Edith
Feingold and Evelyn Decky, sen
mr and junior vice presidents
There is
only one
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Dade Heights Jewish Congrega
tion adult education class will be
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', Tuesday at 8 p.m The Wednesday
evening class is studying funda-
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Friday. April 21
1951

MORRIS B. FRANK
Cohen Seeking
Council Seat
Ted Cohen has opened hi^ cam-
paign for election to the Miami
Beach Citj Council in the June 6
. ii by pledging "a vigorous
campaign in the John F Kennedy
ii id it ion to renew the prestige of
Miami Beach "
A 38-year-old insurance cxecu-
Coben a> special projects
chairman for the Kennedy cam-
gn, Cohen is a Navy man. hav-
ing attended Annapolis, and i> cur-
rently treasurer of the l s Naval
v ademy Alumni Assn
He was the rocepient ot the DlS-
..i.shed Service Award as "Out-
standing Young Man ot Miami
! ach" and the Presidents' Coun-
cil Honor Award. "He was among
leaders who spearheaded the drive
fi r the construction of the new Mi-
ai i Beach High School and then
led the drive to have it air-condi-
iinned." according to his suppor-
<
Cohen is chairman of the May-
or's safety committee and the
Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn.
safety committee. He headed
the Jaycees safety group, and
wts commander of the Dads Coun-
ty Civil Defense Police.
i ohei ; president ol Ihi M
ach Young i lub,
- rves on the group's coui ty
nard t lirectors He is immedt-
,n-.
; I the Ml
i;- ach Jaycces Cohen is \ ice
:. Icnts i
\ d ; '
thfi is district i hair
Boj Scouts oi America
i n i mbei ol the lli-
t> >< us Mas mil l. idge, Elks Lodge
I, c n ic I a jue, Miami Beach
.id en Realtors and Miami Beach
ior Citizens.
I will concern myself only with
les which I. as a city council
ii .in. can help resolve. Cohen
- .d 'There is little sense in bom-
li rding the public with problems
use place are at county, State
Ol iederal levels
He said that he is a strong ad-
vocate of overall planning. "Only
by following a master plan can
we be assured that improvements
are being made not only to meet
Frank Reelected
At Beth Jacob
Morris B. Frank, president of
Beth Jacob Con r. gation, was re
el< i ted at the annual meeting of
tiu congregation Frank is one
of the founders* of the synagogue,
as well as a Miami Beach pioneer
Other officers elected u e r e
Aaron Lerner, vice president for
seventh term; Morris Kreval se<
ond vice president; Man Liber-
tieasui r: Israel S hultz fi-
nancial secretary: and Max 1>
Goldhagen. recording secretary
The meeting was ipened by Rab-
bi Tibor Stern, who g ive a resum?
of the congregation's activities
during the pas: year
Greetings were extended bj
Beach Councilman Marcie Liber-
man. Hen Gaines, Councilman Her
nard A. Frank, and Mrs Louis
Baida, Sisterhood president Par-
ticipating in the meeting were City
Manager Morris Lipp. Abe Eisi n
berg, Sam Schwartz, and Nathan
Kohler
Members of the board of direc-
tors fer the coming year are
i.....i- n
T!D COHEN
Budget committee of the Greater Miami lew- dent Sam I. Heiman. Kenneth Myers Arthur
Samuel Hi I '
Su "i lei Bl Invi Ben l
i I'ohel
I I i .1 p |1 M i .
v I i
lid, >., !
. .
iim ';
, ; it \i ..; i- i
K
11 I. K V I >
m.i K i, .- Krev.il Sat
: [>r ChH i :. 1.
M I.I it.n I.
Khii I. M itx, Hart; ...
N
1 .i R I Bull W h Kul.li l:. v \
.1 s., .i Mi i I .- -.,
Bi ,.. iiiT. II i" v >i. niiru M H
il.i i \ i .- /. i.,
oi v.- > ..v.i.i 11 n,i t. mi.
i.t. Mol< Tendril h Mori I* v> h
holiie I I* w .. ~-. i ., n. Sol PI
Jack \\ ichi itxl Har > /,
ish Federation meets to consider 1961 alloca
tions to beneficiary agencies of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Chairman Leon Kaplan '.left'
announced that the committee will shortly pre-
sent recommendations to Federation's board
of governors for approval. At a recent work
session are (standina* Kaplan. Sam Cohen,
assistant director of Federation. John Temple.
Clemen Ehrlich. Theodore Berman, Dr. George
Graham. Joseph Garfield. Federation piesi-
S. Rosichan. executive director of Federato-
and Fred K. Shochet. associate chairmai
the budget committee. Seated are "
lip Scmet, Dr. David Kirsh, Sol Goldrna:. I
Budd Cutler. Mrs. Milton Siikm. Mrs G
Simon, and Sam A. Goldstein. Members
shown a:e Ray Berrin, Ben Glle: Jc p
Gordon. Melvm L. Green, A. J. M
Robmscn. Col. Nathan Rood. Mrs Sat
Simonhof? and Lawrence Singer.
GMJCC Branches Elect Officers
the needs of the moment, but for
the future also.
"The economy Ol our city must
be restored to insure the invest
jnents of our property owners and
to assure our visitors stability in
accommodations and purchasing
(Cohen said
Cohen headquarters are open at
10O4A Washington ave
pNDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN
AT BALMORAL
New offtcer- anil board mem
bers were elected recentlj at spe-
cial meetings of each ol the bran
ches of the Greater Miami Ji
Community Center
Presidents tor the coming year
are Clemen .1 Fhrlich. Miami
Beach branch; Howard Dunn.
North County branch; anil Stan
ley Spieler. Miami Beach
Serving with them will be Mi-
ami Beach Branch honorary presi-
dent, William Sussman; vice presi
dents Marshall Berkson and Jack
Katzman; recording secretarj Je
rome Weiss, financial secretary
Harry Raskin.
North County Branch vice pres
idents, Irving Denmark and Don:'.', I
Reiff; secretary, Mrs. Seymour
Wang Miami Branch: honorar>
president, Mrs George A Simon
vice president, Herschel Rosei
financial secreti r) Arthur S
i retar). Mrs Leslie Blumbi
Memb -rs of tl nev
directors i M Mr
and Mrs Jack Ai
in, Mrs Stanley
rhall Fi ui r Mr
Gladsden, Mrs Jacl Gn
Community Center
Sets Annual Meet
Ti 'ii annual dinner meetini
the Greater Miami Jewish Com
nuinitv Center will be held Sunday
night. May 7. at the Dupont Plaza
hotel, with music tor dining and
dancing
Highlight of the evening will bt
election and combined installati in
Of officers and directors of each oi
the constituent branches ot the
center, along with the central
board.
Representatives of the United
Fund and the Greater Miami Jew
ish Federation, of which the Cen
tor is a beneficiary agency will
attend and extend greetings
Serving with William Sussman,
chairman of the planning commit
tee, are Marshall Feuer, Jacob
Katsman. Merle Litman, Milton
Sponi. Joseph Masters and Mi -
dames Jack Amazon, Marshall
Berkson, In i nark, Howard
' Reiff, Mill
1 > Spieler. Arthur Stei u
liam Mis-man and .1, rome Wi
I lore Simkowitz is p-esn
Tfce rettite Aidrtit"
Hebrew Free Loan Meeting
Greater Miami Hebrew i .,
Loan Assn held .. special meeting
Monday evening at Beth El Congre-
on.
Mrs Sam Cordon Hyman Kim
Phil Kent Mr an I Mr- I hi
1 omaskin. Dr Elan e N'i e lell M
hel Rosenthal Em inuel Push
V el R '-- Ii \ ins
A Simon, Mr- Si
Spieler, Milton Spool Mrs Phil
Stem and Stuart Winston
Miami Beach Branch Andre Bin
lolenki. Mrs Leon Epstein, Fred 1.
Richard, Mr- \
..id Rosen, Joaepl R
Same? Art hie S-:
- Weiss
North County Bt Dr '.,
Bliu h, Mrs Hows
Fred Browne. Mrs s'
Mrs Irving Denm irk Mi !
Dunn. Herbert E -c\ Mrs HarU
Creene. Howard (i Mr.
nd Mis Aanui Gold V:- Frisk
Hackmyer, Elliot ls>enberfj E:-
ward Kaplan. Mi Harn Kaufnus
Fenton, Dr. Jerome Fleeman Ales lack Lampert, Merit Mri
Freidin Mrs Norman Ciller. A u >i
Goldman, Mrs Robert Grossman
Benjamin Grad. Dr Marvin Isaac
son, Dr Shirley Jacobs, Bing K->-
soff. Judge Kenneth <>k.< St
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Fridcy. April 23. 1961
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ct the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and p,ace o* the ceremony
horn, aodress and telephone number The corsage wif be
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JAN
MARSHALL
lr Zuckerman
'i Norman \. Shapiro will
bfftciate at the Bar Mitzvah ol
I- son of Mr and .Mrs. Harry
nan. 2601 SW 2 ave Sat-
tr J moniing, \pr. 22. at'Betl
\:d.
- sevei ih grade Btudent
I iai lior High, and
I 1 :- Beth David's reli
1

Jerald Fine
" Irving Lehrman will offic
Bar Mitzvah ol .ic n
in ol Mr. ano Mr- AI Fine, dur-
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ing Saturday morning services
Apr 22 ar Temple Emanu El.
Jerald is a seventh grade honor
student al Nautilus Junior High and
attends the Temple's religious
I:;' Hi plays the clarinet, is a
< of the Flamingo Park
lub. and has won several
trophies in swimming competition.
: in his honor will tx
..... Di Iai hotel toll. 1
- ...

Frederic Ritterman
"' ol Mr. and
- Inej R tti rman, cell rat
Mitzvah Sa!urda> Apr IS
" : nu El. Dr. [rving
Lehrman offi< iated.
Fr< d is in th graduating class
ol the Temple religious school an.I
an honor student at Ida M Fish r
Junior High.
He playa trumpet in the school
orchestra and the teen-age band,
and is a member of the B<>> Scouts
of America. His hobby Is collec-
ting rare American coins and
stamps.
Following services, a reception
in the Bar Mitzvah's honor was
held at the National hotel

John Charter
Bar Mitzvah of John Steven
son of Mr. and Mrs Louis C. Char
tor. will be celebrated Saturday
morning, Apr. 22. at Temple Za
mora. with Rabbi Leon B Hur
witz officiating.
John is a seventh grade student
at Ponce de Leon Junior High
School.
His parents will host the kiddush
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James Jay, son of I)r an Mr-
Stanley Frebling, will celebrati
Bar Mitzvah at the 6:30 p.m. ser-
vices in Temi le Emanu-El on Satur-
\->r 22. Dr Irving Lehrman
vill offii lati
James is entl rade s udi nt
.it vautilus Junior !! gh,
ends thi
Jan Rsse
n 1!
be (hi ( Bar Mitz 1 I
Ian David M
Sy i. 2:1 0 Ba: S 1
5 morning, \pr 22
Da> Jan 1- a student at North M ami
Junior High and attends Beth
Emeth religio is school.
A dinner and reception in his
honor will he given in the evening
at the Algiers hotel.
* *
Gary Goldapple
Rabbi Sheldon H. Steinmetz will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Gary (ioldapple on Saturday morn-
ing. Apr. 22. at Congregation Ye-
hudah Moshe.
Gary is an eighth grade student
at North Miami Junior High, and
has attended Popiel religious
school for several years.
His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Goldapple, will host the Kiddush
following services.

Marshall Kaplan
Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs
David Kaplan. 4715 Orduna dr..
Coral Gables, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Apr. 22. at Beth David, with Rabbi
Norman N Shapiro officiating.
He is a seventh grade student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High, and
attends Beth David's religious
school.

Mark Braun
Saturday morning services at
Israelite Center will include the
Bar Mitzvah of Mark Braun on
Saturday. Apr 22. with Rabb;
Morton Malai ky officiating.
Mark is a student of the Cen
ter's religious school, and attend.'
Shenandoah Junior High.
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Braun
.'350 SW 22 ave., parents of the
Bar Mitzvah, will host the kiddush.
* *
Paul Turner
' and Mrs
Ralph
1 -
' Satui ..;. A] r 22 at [\
..
adi student
;' ': n Jui r Higl an I
sch oi for
years and Sui 0] tor
- ;< ars.
' Ptioi in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at the Bar-
celona hotel.
* *
Wendy Struhl
Bas Mitzvah of Wendy Lynn
hter oi Dr. and Mrs Theodon
hi, will hi observed at Satur-
day morning services. Apr. 22. 111
Emanu-El, with Dr. in
Lehrman officiating.
Wendy 1- a seventh made stu
. Ida M. Fisher Junior High
attends the Temple's religious
ol She 1- an active partici-
panl etc ar ik firs! pla 1
v n nastii in the 1961 Junioi
ilj mi She also received tht
ilk'- Ami rii anism Aw ard.
A lu reception will be hi
at ilu Struhl home Saturday after
noon
Emanu-El Camp Registration Set
Temple Emanu-El summer camp
begins its fourth season on June
19. Milton Feinstein, director, an-
nounces a special course in con-
versational Hebrew is being added
to the regular program lor child
ren who wish to enter second
grade of the Temples Foundation
1 school.
Registration is limited to 100
campers. Children between 4 and
12 years of age are eligible to at-
tend either the four (June 19 to
July 14) or the eight (June 19 to
Aug. Hi week sessions. Four-year-
olds will attend the 9 a.m. to 12
p.m. program, while older children
j will attend a full day, 9 a.m. to
|4 p.m. Sessions are held five days
each week. Monday through Fri-
day, at the Temple's No. Branch
bldg., 77 st. and Dickens ave.
Program includes swimming in-
struction as prescribed by thi
American Red Cross under the
supervision of a certified life guard,
athletics, dancing, arts and crafts
excursions, field trips, cook-outs,
and a weekly Sabbath service on
Friday afternoons.
The camp provides transporta-
tion to and from home, beverages,
snacks, materials and supplies, but
children must provide their own
lunches which are kept refrigerat-
ed. Registration is now in pro-
gress in the Temple office at IT
st. and Washington ave.
Couples Limited Party
Couples Limited of Temple Is-
rael will hold a "Beachcomber's""
party on Sat unity evening. Apr.
29. at Crandon Park. Pit 2. Lot 2.
OR Til 0 C I A If 44 tk SHUT MIAMI HACK


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+Jeistnridiar
F"dcry, April 21, I96i
Joey Adams
Due for Cedars
Joey Adams, night ilub and tele-
\ on entertainer, and president
of the American (iuild of Variety
Ar.ists. will fly to Miami on May
16 to help raise funds for Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital.
According to Herbert Gelernter.
Coral Gables hii-ines^ and civic
Uaritr. Adam> will be toastmaster
at a Temple .ludea dinner given in
txhalf of the ho-.pital on that date.
Aciams has written six books
ar.d was honored as Man of the
Year by both the March of Dimes
and the Boy Scouts of America
He is known for hi* toa.lma-'.er
quet-
ing personality at dinners and ban-
Adam-' appearance at Temple
Judta will be his first visit to
corai Gables, Gelernter reported.
The Temple Judea dinner on
May 16 is the tirst in a series of
Temple functions which will be
given throughout Da de county for
no.-pit a 1
Memorial Slated
For Halperin
M Sac pr< lent, will
, ihl) meeting of
Farband, Ben-Gurion Branch, on
\ ..*, Beth El
Cobj n.
ess
hairman
lent, will direct
memorial services in i
. golon Halperin,
, i \:>r 12
rit I t h<
!., is of the fou
i,.. : irii n Branch, and
s offices. Pn vious-
to Farband
Branch.
Play Featuring Aronovitz' Life Goes on Boards
JOEY ADAMS
NEW YORK CITY
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Ceremony Set at
Cedars Hospital
Religious leaders ol all faiths
were to join Mayer Robert K
ers for Ced I I i I
non Hospital a! a "Blessing ol the
edar i remonj i n Thurs-
>-o-pital -
In ;> Biony.
v nvite
,.r, tber ;n
er for 1 spital
Biar y
ha- : aders ol all faiths
havi ini hi raj that
his : pital will
tnbuti :' r ess to life,
healtl edical ki ge In
spiritual
teB.-ioi ihe Ci dar
Leaves b> lea lers of all faiths
er ol brother
the manj frictions
throuj Mayor High
dec'.. weel
Also ressinj I In gal hi nng
was \, i, San lei T Sapiro, presi
dent of i Lebarn
^:' fi rd K Bronstein, hospital
was i ond 11
tour ihn I spital when
-
Cedars pen it-
treat thi
: at mated cost
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Dr. Kahan fo Speak

B !M

!
le service- 1 Dr
peak oi
of Israel's I I elel Hoi
A Troclamalion from the office
of Miami Mayor Robert King High
has declared the weekend beginning
Saturday. Apr 22. as Abe Arono
vitl Week in Miami."
The announcement coincides with
the opening of -Shingle on Klagier
Street." the musical play ba-ed on
incidents in the life of the former
Mayor, presented by the Temple
Emanu-EI Players lor three con-
secutive nights at the Miami Beach
High School Auditorium.
In recalling the Mayor's 3o years
ol devotion to civic affairs, coupled
with hi- lo-s to the community on
the event Ol his death on Jul> 11,
1960. the proclamation further urges
all residents of Miami to pause
and remember the many services
pertormed in their behalf by this
civic leader during his lifetime
and if possible, to altmd 'he play.
Shingle on Flagler street." written
- honor."
The production is written and ill
Tnxie Levin. Heading
a cast of 30 is Jimm> Ri -. nstraui h
Miriam Weinkle in the role ot
h. Mayor and hi- wife, Doroth)
Mrs Aronovitz. who is still active
, t> th thi h eh the
A met and iti ai ned, has
pi iction her 'slncei
. blessings."
- re llop< Pom
in. Ht lene
Sen. Smothers Due
At Home Meeting
Judgi Cypei pn sidenl ol
ish Home tor the Aged- of
Greater Miami, will give pro
ress report al nnual mem-
tx rship met ind i afternoon,
\; Gardens
ih will also present plans for
125 additional bed- for the Home
and the study on the apartment
hous4 pi eel now in progress
Sen. George Smathers, mem-
ber cf the special Senate com-
nv'ttee on the aged and aging,
will be guest of honor.
to Mi Sol
Sibi retirii from the presi
dencj of thi reatei '! mi Worn-
, -. ..''. aftei n than .>
i
for her i
Ira : :i
lion to a
\i\il
i
'i
Koretsky, Klliott Harris. Bernard
Selevan, Lottie Morton. Dr Philip
Siern and CorWiH Milton Blum
Also Reubin Levin. Hylan Kout.
Fred Stem. Charles Rosenblatt.
Arthur Shapiro. Albert Kapuave*l-
en (ieltman. Ethel Blum, Phyllis
Selevan and Barbara Kaplus. Also.
Rote Kline. Iris Cutler. Barbara
tie'Pm.
" Betsey. Ethel Goldman. L .'
em, Harriet Vaisman
Telles
President of the Tempi,. Pm.
El Players is Ucr.arGlfJrT"
frw hoard r.i.hi.,.__. 7* ol
the board. Co-chairr^enTISj?
duction are Metdai n (;.Ki**
and Mitnick *n,an
Israeli Physicist To Speak Here
gy research program slnCe i*i
and serves as iflvisor on oiar
ergy research to I NESC0 jnd ,-T
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Di Tabor- appearance will firm NfllfieS Bcoirspo
be the highlight of the celebra-
tion of Hebrew University Sabbath
in south Florida, commemorating
the 36th annner-..r> ol the opening
of the Hebrtw University of Jeru-
islem,
Dr. Tabor, who received his
Bachelor t Science degree with
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tific officer of the Israel Re-
search Council from 194? util
1951, when he assumed his pre-
sent position as director of the
National Physical Laboratory of
Israel.
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., i. eei thi hea I ol
ael Governmenl solar ener
Aaron Book-p;,r. hat been name*
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Jessica Rae Hurwitz and Carole Joy Goldbera are winners in
the rec.onal Bible contest here under the sponsorship of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
lessica Rae Hurwitz and Carole Goldberg
fin Regional Bible Contest at Bureau
Finals n the religious Bible con- tion.ng. Je>sica Rae Hurwitz,
rst were held a* the Bureau of! daughter of Rabbi and Mrs B
ew.sh Education on Sunday, with (Leo" ""J*1- ot Temple Zamora. Hebrew Academy; Mart Engel,
jntestants from three state*. !".._'' was declared re810- Tempi* Beth Am; Paulette
After .'ix round- of Bible ques-
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The Eichmann trial seems to an-
noy our sensitive Jack Bell, be-
cause "It is treatirrtfTar too much
interest." it becomes, therefore,
necessary, to point out that the
reason for the trial is precisely to
create an.: generate a maximum
of interest throughout the world.
Perhaps, il the stark realities of
what F.ichmann did. are drama-
tized by means of the trial, humani-
ty will never again sit idly by and
allow such murderous, horrible
monstrosities to occur again. Per- mann >s relatively unimportant,
haps if enough interest is created, i Tnore 's "o "punishment t j lit the
then all the Jack Bells and their crime" But what happens to the
other yreat humanitarians who ,,ack Bt'"s ol ,nc world is most mi
.shed copious tears over injustices Prtant If the espousal of worthy
to the single, isolated, individuals '"dividual one-family causes i>
they are so concerned about will Justification for great interest and
then become equally concerned I manv columns, then it becomes
-------------------; puzzling to read "I wish this trial
I had infinitely less coverage."
Temple Sinai. Hollywood; and Judy Humanity still has a long way to
. Karg. Beth Torah Congregation, .'go if "humanitarians" can publicly
proclaim of this case: "It's creating
about the inhuman, bestial, anni-
hilation of 6.000.000 human beings.
,Prhaps, if enough interest is
deveTBped, tffen the Jack Bells
of the world will see fit to drop
their smug complaceny, their apa-
thy and their complete indiffer-
ence to the deep hurt and trage-
dy that still remains indelibly
engraved on the hearts and souls
of the survivors of that nolo-
caust.
What happens to Adolph Eich-
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Carole Joy Goldberg, daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. A David Goldberg,
was runner-up. Jessica and Carole
will represent the Southern region
in the national finals ot the Bible
contest in New York City on Apr.
30. The national winner will win
a tree trip to Israel.
Other contestants of the regio-
nal Bible contest included Mi-
chael-Ann Russell, of Temple Is-
rael; Aileen E. Jacobson, Atlanta
Georgia; am Rose Raskin and
Stephen Kolitz. Jacksonville, Fla.
Jcdges in the contest were Dr.
Isaac Unterman and Herbert Ber-
ger, with Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Bureau,
administering the contest.
Marks, Temple Beth Am; Jef-
frey Marks, Temple Beth Am;
Jack Weintraub, Temple Beth
Am; Jeffrey A. Raymond, Beth
Torah Cong.; Joel Per win, Tem-
ple Beth Am. Also Sandy Wer-
ner, Temple Israel; Marilyn Seit-
lin, Beth David Cong.; Daniel
Luchms, Hebrew Academy; Lin-
da Green and Sandra Fisher,
Temple Beth Am; and Oren Ha-
rari. Temple Sinai of Hollywood.
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Miami JS, l-'| |'|; 1-8721
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52023
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u ere Israel
winners consisted of books and Is-
raeli art materials, through the
courtesy of Bonds for Israel.
Winning art work was on display.
EDITOR, The Jewish Fleridian:
The yearly memorial observance
of the six million Jews who lost
their lives under the Nazi heel
should be commemorated This ,
year, it fell on the 27th day of Ni- v.li are h.reb> notll -1 ind requlr-
san. which was declared Memorial '"'. .''; i''-'' n.. iluh a 1 de anda
Day by the Parliament ot Israel. ^ l. 'I'^ln'uV,,.,:: ^
It is sad to note that our own "! l'"1, >unty. Horida 1 the County
people, the ones who survived the l"^'lI",^'.'^ '
Nazi oppression, are also begin- i Courthouse in l;i.
he 'ounty
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and again will be shown at the, an-
nual meeting ol :h* Bureau of Jew- *0 people. Perhaps watching tele-
ish Education, 1 be held on Tues- UM"n :,; home was more important
First-place winner of the essaj day, May 23, at the DiLuto hotel, tor the others
mtest iM- Dorene Ross, ol Beth Annual meeting will feature the In general our Greater M
David Congregation, with Ricky graduation exercises of the Bu- Jewish community, w.ih all of its
Lebowitz, ot Tempie Beth Am. reau's Central Hebrew High School many activities, does no: corn-
taking lir~t place in the art con- ---------------------
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test other winners of the essay
contest included
Joel Mandel Kornreich, Hebrew
Academy; David Ferguson, Tern
pie Beth Am; David If. Leopold,
Temple Beth Am; Laura Schwartz.
Temple Judaea: Karen Feingold,
Beth David Cong; David E. Luc-
hins, Hebrew Academy; Wayne
Silver, Tempi.' Judaea; Shirlej
Baumwald, Beth David Congrega
lion; Ira I) Giller Temple Emanu-
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where on Mar. 26. the communit)
arranged .. Memorial Meeting for
the Six Million, which was attend-
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ffridcry. April 21. 1961 +Jenisii fkridian Page 3-A Litigants Praise Religion in Schools Decision < L *i m RABBI GtRALD LIRtR lagler Names [abbi Lerer Kabhi Gerald Lerer is 'he new Ipiritual leader of Flapler -Granada Jewish Community Center. Announcement of the appointment Rabbi Lerer was made here ite last week. Kabbi Lerer was ordained at the r\ne Hebrew Theological Semiiry, and is a graduate of New Ti rk University. Prior to his arrival here, he frved since 1956 as spiritual % ader of Congregation Brothers Israel in Trenton, N.J. While in Trenton, he was secrery of the Board of Kabbi^ of fr.'.ral New Jersey and Delaware illey, al>o serving as counselor % r Hillel Foundation at Rider Coln and Trenton State Teachers fjlege Jabbi Lerer was al-o a memfr of the boards of the Mercer pint) Mental Health Assn.. JewFamily Service. Family Service a\s^' <'! Trenton, and the Jewish ^ %  deration of Trenton. Bhabbi Lerer succeeds Rabbi Ben ,,icl Shoter to Flagler's pulpit Continued from Page 1-A can history, court has prohibited sectarian holiday observances in public schools such as those depiciting the Nativity and Crucifixion of Jesus. *'2> For the first time in American history, a court has prohibited the showing ot religious movies in public schools. '3) For the first time in Florida, a court has prohibited the use of school facilities lor after-school religious classes by church groups." These "land-mark rulings." according to a joint AJCongress-ACLU statement, "signal an historic advance in the effort to protect the public school child invasions of his religious conscience, a protection Imbedded in the separation principle of the First Amendment. This is not an attack on religion per se. or the tree exercise thereof il.ui-e of the First Amendment, as those who oppose thi> suit have claimed." the statement declared. "These sections ol the decision merely as.ert that under our pluralistic society which respect* the rights of all religions, as well as non-belivers, such religious practices may not Incarried out in the publis schools The joint statement was signed by Leo 1'ieffer. director ot t h e Commission on Law and Social Action of the AJCongress, and Roland Watts, legal director of the ACLU. Pfeffer served as attorney for lour parents, three Jewish and one Unitarian, who challenged the Miami school religious practices. Bernard S. Mandler. Commission on Law and Social Action chairman for the South Florida Council ot the AJCongress. served as attorney with Pfeffer. The civil liberties group provided local counsel Moward \V Dixon and Herbert L. HeiMILDEW CONTROL MILDEW PROOFING With Pcrmachcm or Gos Treatment nlif TRl IV VOf.FV .Serrin'ji (fires Von DOIRLK PKOTFCTEO\ Don't Let — • Mildew • Mold • Fungi Bugs DAMAGE Walls Drapes Rugs Furnishings While your HOME IS CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER REGULAR INSPECTIONS While You A re Aw oy The Cost is Less Than Yon Think FREE ESTIMATES-NO OBLIGATION JE 1-3444 FR 7-1411 TRULY NOLEN WHEN YOU NEED AN AID %  T^Wl SV £^ IN THE TREATMENT OF ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEYBLADDER CONDITIONS ... fry fire pleasant aid .. MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER FROM HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS BECAUSE: • It tastes so food; smooth and mild • never "bloats" sr "fills" you. • The recommended daily amount will "speedup" kidney action; help neutralize excess urine acidity; help discharge wastes and soothe bladder irritation. • Thousands of satisfied users from coast to coast drink Mountain Valley Water daily. Many continue to drink Mountain Valley AFTER their ailment has been helped simply because they ENJOY this delightful, natural spring water. • Many doctors use and prescribe Mountain Valley Water. Wc suggest you ask your doctor about it. • You owe it to yourself to try Mountain Valley, as an aid ta treatment and a real treat too. Call vt NOW for additional information, fr.a lit.rotut. and fo attang. for horn* d.liv.ry W. pi.dict yow'H •• GLAD YOU DID. BK 60 1 S.W. 8th Street FRanklin 3-2484 ken for the filth parent, an agnostic, in a companion case tried simultaneously. Judge Gordon's decision covered both cases. The joint AJCongress ACLU statement noted that, "in ruling that the Bible may be read in school without comment. Judge Gordon made clear that 'there is nothing in the Florida law that requires the student to be told that it is a quote from the Bible or that the student should be told from what book and verse the quotation was taken.' •"Particularly significant," the two organizations commented, "was he Judges statement that "if so, it might be considered sectarian comment, which is forbidden by the Statute and the court is not passing on that point of law.' "Judge Gordon mare clear." the AJCongress-ACLU statement added, "'.hat he ba


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Page 12-A v-Jewi** nrrirfiin Friday, April 21 195! Israel Submits, Alters Parade Route JERUSALEM-tJTA .-Israel decided this week to change the route is the same as that used in route of its Independence Day parade on Apr 20 the target of a 1058. passing through the center of hostile Security Council resolution in a wa> to assure that the entire ( t he city and Posing by the BUM* length of the new route will be hidden from Jordan-held Old Jerusalem., ing of Israels Parliament ana int „ %  J ewish Agency buildings The switch in the route was viewed as both a Security and a Cairo press particularly active m T he Security Cooncil last week political move The Arab press has threatening violence, been publishing threats of efforts The original route would have to prevent the parade, with the overlooked the Old City. The new Jewish Agency buildings ity Council had voted a resolution condemn ing Nve p*r*4 plans and Israel official* said they wou M .90 Leo Eisenstein to Vie for Beach Council; Calls for Organizing Tourist Authority Leo Eisenstein. realtor and comn unity leader here for over a quarter century, announced this week his candidacy for Miami Beach City Council. We are at the crossroads of our onomy," Eisenstein said In his announcement, "We must have a concerted administration, in the form of a powerful Miami Beach i lurist Authority, to develop new b isiness in areas throughout the < %  untrj ihat haw n t even been ratched To solve the problem ol our surplus commodity—hotel r oms ami apartments — and to 'Boost Beach Business.' we need s lund business application in our c-1> government Eisenstein's list ol civic and bust1 PSS accomplishments reads like a • who's Who." where he 1listed Coming to Miami Beach from East St. Louis, III., in 1935, he entered the construction bosi •less, and became president of the firm of Novack 4 Eisenstein, which built many apartments. He has been *n active real estate broker since 1941, serving as president of the Miami Beach Board REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale & Kefoil ISRAtLI GlfTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Av*. JE 1-9017 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR LtO HStNSTtlN of Realtors in 19S4, and treasurer from MM through 1959. He is now a life trustee of the board. He was co-chairman of a mayor's committee appointed to study the city's need for a hospital, resulting ai v. hat has now become Ml Sinai. Hi* supporter* declare theft he headed a committee "that brought about the establishment ol %  Public Defender for Dade County, and originated the Courtesy Award promam while Eisenstein was a mem ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE ber of the board of directorof the Miami Beach Chamber of Com merce." Eisenstein was among founder* ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and for 12 year* was %  board member ol the Jewish Social Service Bureau, now known aJewish Pa mil) and Children's Service He was vice presidenl of this agency for two years. He has been a member and director of Temple Emanu-EI since it* inception He is a past president and trustee of B'nai B'rith, a charter member of the American Jewish committee, and a member ot the Zionist Organization ol America According to his supporters, "Eisenstein was one of the organizers and chairman of the Miami Beach Pop Concerts and aided in the establishment of the Musical Scholarship Fond. He was a member of the committee that planned the Miami Beach Auditorium, and for ten years has been a member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment." He is a charter member of Hibiscus Masonic Lodge, a Shriner since 1927. and an active Klk for 38 years He is a past president ot the Miami Beach Exchange Club Eisenstein Hves with his wife of 36 yearNoU, at .S923 No Bay rd ahead on their repeated assurance that no woapons in tho parade would have ammunition and that it was planned merely as a fasti ve event. Surprise was expressed in Israel over the fact that all the Western Bovver*, including France, voted for the Security Council resolution At tbe same time, it was noted that the American amendment to the Original Security Council resolution called on both parti.'to observe the agreement, plainly pointing to the fact that Jordan has been a violator from the start of the armistice agreement, particularly ihose aspects dealing with access tO the Old City by Israel It was suggested that if Jordan wants Israel to observe the armistice agreement down to the last dot. even on such technical ters as an ammunition less mil tary parade. Jordan houlll ^ serve the really substantial of the agreement parts OSSIP UNVEILING I .... JENNIE OSSIP • Mi. Sunday. April 23, at 1 p.m., at Mt. 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DsSWl'l •election ot tour family Mrmonal Plot Bjeril the sari"(UJMIOUeetMSfB? Of course\.That\ *h> you'll mi to timl out aboal iliami'i suseal and •Wo.1 Jrui-.li OSSSStsT) today. Mount Nebo'l Perpetual Can Fund flsfftal of n> local Jem-d aaaastary), abend.) aaaaedi Stto.imo Serenity ami lovetiaesa iita keynote ... a place ••I comfort sad saspiration lor ton ... a tendVr memorial ol love lor those departed. Details uill be gladly given, in youi home oi !•> mail OST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETER* St., M.onti, Fla. full in • A,'.ii. Address. Imt J^J (WAT?/ SSOS Northwest 3rd StreetPh.ne MOnewfc 1-7*W



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Ha IT) Rose, youth director ol B'na B'nth Youth Organization, was recently tapped %  wil SI it< W tome; R Gerstein, for Wig and Robe Society, honorary fra tern.;.thi : gal pn I Men's clothier Al Zablo showing a lot ol improvement in higoll garni t had much time to practice, but now that spring's here, you can find him a couple >t times a week al I i Bayshore driving rangi Miami's busiest feminine executives %  n. whose handbags are now being sold hen and abroad :•< ie Kern, whose high-styh sweaters the fanc> of women < erj where. Glad to see that Miami Beach City Fathers finally realize the importance of more golfing facilities. Underway is a sporty nineho'e, par-three golf course on the grounds of the old Municipal course, benind the Miami Beach High School. Former Beachites, Mr. and Mrs Martin Goldman, n tanl get tim. • Ij • leav< after a couple ol of s newing acquaintanci with manj old Friends hen lie's fit as a fi fti i surferj and will return to hiexecutive duties with a New York brokerage firm. Street Scene Men"wear exec Austin Burke lending an ear to Henr; an's walkie-talkie politickii i I i Road Mall Burki • tant about enti • the council ra< 4% %  HOTEL LOBBYING: The Allegros an excitinf spotlight at the D I Tacl room • %  > fei nd foibles. "Ci ighl in the :. • %  • :" :: I I tl the Si villt.is •• the %  t and dan %  htly e> Chuck Posner, one of the Algiers bosses, is a-nong the "missing" fre-i the local fairways. For recreation and a hobby, he's returned to pair-tint: — in oils, no less. Come 'c think of it, he's the only hotel executive hereabouts that dabbles thataway. Talented guy. I be oi in Sui lay night's I i %  at thi F ntaincble; \ iru ty Interi ational teline Sassine. of Haiti : the islai ill includi \ .'tut ent rtainmi I PLAYS THE THING: Oni of the I th< TV I'lai k Had the ; 5oth:--• • e movies at* it 20 years ago at Warm I in Burbank. Calif. 1 was publicist for a coupli i pictures rticular and probably one of his In • \, lorth At lantfc." brought os together trotti a bit ihei rid premii n He's a regu gain in person as he is in town at l Playhouse starring in I nder thi Yum Yum Tree lime ti catch an origii S >y Day." pi d and created by local talei at 'hi Playhi MOVIES OF THE WEEK: The Womel up Aith two ju i< ei e Aparl "trj .. bl< bill al the I I M racli ai 16 li Si s With the formi i i I* sen the bi I morn the yi eaturii hi d-and-thundi e of 1 rne him ihi I tin -l i ild do i ipa< it) busini ss The British movie makers who turned out "Carry on Nurse one of the year's funniest, have come uo with a sequel, Please Turn Over," which is now at the Mayfair and Sunset. Glenn Ford. Maria Schell, Inn B..\i, : u srthur O'Connell • ke of "Cimarron at the Olympia Beach Gables SI l ss< -. 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Pace 4-B k**i*lf FkridF'tr* Pag W H( v CC1T vk'< Of a II For* :v ^iii pre tioi ing 00 be I Ha tvi. Mi m* of e tn inj en Hi td gr CJ si: C el ol d o > S u I r r Cooking i r o r ii i 1 1 Mn Incoming president of Drandeis group of Hadassah. Mrs. Philip F. Thau, receives the decorated gavel from immediate rest president Mrs. Earl M. Copion. Mrs. Huqh Kcie. cf Ft. Pierce, past district director of the Florida Feat: I Women's Clubs, and Mrs. Fred Jonas, president chapter of Hadassah, look en. Brandcis Group Installs Officers th( on the i : f I.. %  -.:.'.. With %  • accepting thi i ei duties and ob! gatu m bj Mrs Hugh Ha e i t Kurt Pii rce, rector of t he Floi 'ation of Women's Cl Miss Jacquelyn Hafi presented a program ol songs, with Dr. Paul Csonka, conductor of Co Optra. playing her accompaniment. Officers inducted were president. Mrs l'hilip F. Thau; honorary president, .Mrs Fred Jonas; honorary vice presidents, Mesdames Earl M. Copion. Edward Weithorn and Mathilda Washton; executive vice president. Mrs. Simeon Steinback. Vice presidents, education. Mrs. Nat Bernstein; membership, Mrs. .Abe Jaffee; programs. Mrs. Sam Ruban; ways and means. Mrs. Joseph Morris. Corresponding secretary, Mrs. Sam Ma low financial secretary. Mrs. Earl M. Copion; membership secretary, Mrs. Adele Borrok; re: cording secretary. Mrs. Bernard Berkely; social secretary, Mrs. Edith Y ad win; treasurer. Mrs. If. J. Fischer; parliamentarian. Mrs. Anne Hirschman; trustees, Mesdames Elizabeth Goodman, Ben Lippy. Bernard Lipson and Sidney !'iirg. Chairmen are auction. Mrs. Irving Goldstaub; bonds. Mrs. Harry Nelson; book review. Mrs. David einwald; bulletin. Mrs. Larry B donor, Mrs William Saifir; e bank. \lr Joseph Morris; etta S : lain R hospj Kaufmai Jew ish N'atioi Mrs Kaj Deitsch Ii n Mrs. A life • : 'i p. VIrs Elizi I I lo i man Medical C< nti r 11 rtifiMrs Larry Lipl • van-. Mrs. Edward Weithi n novies Mrs Samuel Goldsmith; publicity, Mrs Theodore Liberman; tele phone. Mrs Otto Sandman and Mrs. Hyman Schwartz; trees, Mrs. Frank Hershej Adath Yeshurun Women's Donor Sisterhood of Temple Adath yeshurun will hold its second annual donor luncheon Wednesda) noon at the Seville hotel Theme will be "April Showers and the three largest fund-raisers will be crowned Miss April Show, rand her Princesses. Leon Fields comedian will entertain. Mrs Charles Cook and Mrs. Stanley Baumann are chairmen of the affair. Rabbi Lipschiti is Host "Still Small Voice.'' television program sponsored by the Rabbini cal As*n of Greater Miami, will be hosted by Rabbi Max A. 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I Mdoy, April 21, 1961 +Jewisti norSdli&ri fichmann Atrocities Bring Tears to Eyes in Court Continued tram Pm> l.A i -..,_. _r i > Page 5-A Continued from Page 1-A iss box. showing so little emo on he almost gave the impreslon he was not hearing the details pmsla:ed into German and trans lilted to him over his earphones. ,Wher Hausner read a long list murdered Jewish scientists, wri •rs. and artists who had made (ktincive cer.tnbutions to Euro ean ilture, and described what he destruction of East European ftwrj mean: for the Jewish na on. E.chmann sat with his eyes %  o.-c. slightly rocking the upper :: Jewish Flo rid id n Eichmann First Continued from Page 1-A 1 ,i sen p.il-' and nervous; alB|h>>ut n it ap;v .irs that he is tryina ';> show "these Jews" thai he i[not At first glance, he looks like a man capable oi committing ih( crimes ot which he is accused b> State %  : I-raei, some seated %  pri'.i''! me whisper that he is H'jiot an ordtnary-looking person." T" me, he seems cruel. hihead ^pot rounded hut chiseled at a Ian with a sharper nose and ihin tnan I have e\er seen Kichani is a hard and homely ice ;.he stands for an hour and 'n minutes, hands clenched rhiie the charges are read in pbrew, then translated into Ger an During the time he is seat. E.chmann seems to develop ^k nervous habit—lifting his glas'^Uts : %  • e rubbing his eyes. He also •net.. an newsmen's talk is 4hat hi has a cold. Dr Servaiumakehiplea •n two counts—that Eichmann '.o Israel "of his own tree •A Inch ho charges was elicitder duress, ami that, the "mighl be prejudiced." I part of h i s body as it he were doling. ,. _.. "We will prove that the Jewish people were bereaved of many I millions, certainly close to six million people." the prosecutor said ; He added thai the genocide meant more "than the destruction of I more than a third of all Jews. It meant the extinction of Jewish communities which represented the most important element in ihe nation." The prosecutor asserted that Bichmann "knew that if he sue Reporter Sees Time and Gasps During this maneuvering, Eichmann sits erect and tense, al though as the hours wear on. he seems to relax somewhat and to plai e liis hands on the table in front of him. where he writes several noteto his attorney. As Gideon Hausner discusses the Nazi collaborators act, Eichman appears to grimace, his cheek muscles and lips tensing, his eyes scanning the courtroom only while attention is directed away from his glass enclosure. At times, the courtroom is almost empty, as reporters go back to rhe pressroom, where they keep abreast of developments upstairs by listening to the proceedings through their portable transistor radios and watch the television screens. As the tension of the trial in Ihe ensuing days builds broken only by observance of Heroes Re. membrane* Day on the 27th of Nisan the hour of reckoning lor Adolf Eiehmano approaches — when the first witnesses, survivors of his beastly concentration camp empire, will confront him. ceeded in destroying this Jewry, he would destroy the entire Jewry. By the mercy of Providence which preserved the 'saving remnant.' hichmann's design was frustrated, and the intention he cherished was not implemented to the end." In the concluding portion of his statement, the attorney general for the first time accused the Germans without qualification as "Naiis." He charged that in the spring of 1945, when the Hitler regime was falling under the blows of the Allies and the Russians, "the Germans tried to cover up their tracks and wipe out the memory of the hell they created." At another point he said that "the association between Jewry and Germany represents the most tragic chapter in human annals." Describing the horrible treat menl in the Nazi camps and ghelloes in Poland, the attorney general said that the onlv place nn Maidenek where children were the trial treated kindly was at the entrance to the gas chamber, where each child received a sweet before be ing gassed or burned As an example of the brutalities practiced in Sobibor. the prosecutor ciled the practice of dragging to a lavatory persons who begged for water, and wiping (heir faces with excrement. Another was the practice of setting dogs against i prisoners, who were torn into bits In Sobibor. too, the prosecutor | said, the practice was followed | by clipping the hair of the doomed Jews before they were gassed and extracting their gold teeth before they were cremated. I Earlier. Eichmann entered his I plea of "not guilty" to all 15 counts of the indictment after Supreme Court Justice Moshe Landau [opened .Monday's proceedings with an announcement that the threejudge court unanimously rejected Ihe challenge of the defense to Israel's right to try Eichmann. Judge I Landau said that the reasoning of the court for rejecting the challenge of the defense to its competence would be embodied in the court's final decision at the end of He said that at Maidenek a weekly race was held in which any inmate participant who lost a wooden shoe or stumbled was shot on the spot. Summing up the statistics of murder, the prosecutor said that at least 200.000 Jews were murdered in Maidenek. 750.000 in Treblinka. 340.000 in ilelmo and 250.000 in Sobibor. The three-judge court also rejected the arguments of Eichmann's lawyer. Dr. Robert Servatius, regarding the circumstances of the apprehension of Eicnmann and his being brought before the Israeli court. Justice Landau pointed out that since the court found itself competent to try the defendant, there is no importance to the manner in which he was brought. Therefore, He said, there is no need to hear testimony of El Al officers, as requested by the defense. Attorney General Hausner, in opening t h e case against Eich I mann. said: "In rising to present I the case against the accused. I am | not alone I am accompanied and j surrounded by 6.000.000 prosecutors I who. alas, cannot stand and point i their finger of accusation against the man in the dock declaring 'I Accuse.' Their ashes are either at Auschwitz and Treblinka. or in graves scattered all over Europe. Their blood cries out but their voices are silent and unheard II Iis in their name that I present this terrible indictment." The prosecutor then pointed out that never in the history of Jews had any man arisen who succeeded in dealing "such grievous blows" to Jewry as did Hitlers iniquitous re gime with Eichmann athe executive arm for the extermination of the Jews. "In all human history," the Attorney General stated, "there ino other example of a man againsl whom it would be possible to draw up such a bill of indictment as has been read here Murder has been with the human race since the time of Cain. Mr. Hausner said, but only in the 20th centur) did we see a new kind I murder—the result of calculated ision and painstaking planning, not against a single victim, but against an entire nation "II was Eichmann's word that put gas chambers into action He lifted the telephone, and railroad cars left for extermination centers. It was his signature that sealed the doom for tens of thou-and;. His command troopers routed, beat and tortured Jews, stole their property and finally, after their very hair had been taken, transported them en masse to slaughter." the attorney General told the court. K Hails Ghetto Martyrs in t mi 'We the passing years," the 'reticent'* message continued, cprising has rightfully beNEW! NOWI FREEI TV 21-Year Hebrew-Knjlish Calendar (new edition) that row gives you every Hebrew date and day of the week f rum P U t*r 1940 to September 1S64. Also every Jewish holiday till 1S*70. he ultimate come a symbol of the endurance of man's hope under the most ruinous cf circumstances. In this guite, the honor you pay is not only to the survivors among you, but to man himself." of /fie cvecMiifv lt$ uhtol*Ul* free! Write rnrd ,.r Utter to H. J. HEINZ CO. i>ept. 11, Pittsburgh 30, Pa. Got Rockefeller issued a formal proclamation, establishing Apr. 19 las "Warsaw Ghetto Day In his I message. Ihe Governor declared: "While it is obviously a day of mourning for the people of Israel, il should also be a day of extreme and ju-tified pride. The six million men, women and children who i perished have become Ihe symbol | of true heroism. New York City's "Times Square." -ometimecalled Ihe "crossroads I of the world," was renamed WarI saw Ghetto Square for the day in I commemoration of the Warsaw I Ghetto uprising. The ceremony i was sponsored by the Zionist Or| ganization of America, and adj dressed by Max Bressler. ZOA I president. Dr. Isaac I. Schwarz-i j bart, former member of the Polish j Parliament, and others, Bressler said that in commemorating the courage and supreme sacrifice of the Warsaw Ghetto re-istance fighters, "we pay tribute to a valiant group that has forever destroyed the myth of Jewish submission to persecution and slaughter." ATTENTION BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL MEN Let Ans.verifo Telephone Answering Service act as your Sscretary when you are out or closed. 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lay, April 21. 1961 +Jeni§fifk>rirfi? r Paqe 1I-A Israel Unhappy With US Proposal statehood into question — and with this offer Israel is hardly likely to cooperate." Continued from Page I A trail, he said. arc out of the i nev, American resolution, con|ed to push for adoption of an [r 'iraft. presented last week flv< Moslem members, rcc-ontext of^ pegej; ^and practica bility" wTiich were"' mentioned in the basic 1948 resolution. The severest criticism, in the i committee's debate, was leveled lending that the next General' >' the AraD delegations Ahmad m • ly establish "effective ma-iShukairy, chairman of the Saudi ry for safeguarding the propArabian delegation, said the Unirights of the Arab refugees lt( States "is more interested in the Star of David than in the stars of outer space." He uttered a veiled threat ot all-out Arab hostility against the l/nited States. Arthur Loune. acting head of the Israeli delegation, dga-.n repeated Israels offer, made here main times, to pay compensation to Arab refugees, but .-aid that this ofter would have ;> tie reconsidered if the Arab-backed resolution should be adopted There is a dis Unction, he pointed out. between compensation and alleged "property rights it is not compensation that the Arabs are seeking now. maintained Mr. Loune. "but what the Arab delegations are seeking to get from this Assembly is something much more far-reaching, not to >a> far-fetched in character Thus it ha> been suggested here that whole towns and .villages, in addition to great areas of land in Israel, actually belong I" Arab refugees today "The implication of this," Mr. Loune continued, "is that a United Nations machinery or custodian is to be established to take over or to exercise some form of control in respect to Israel's territory. It is no accident that this astonishing proposition is being pressed by Arab governments who proclaim that Israel has no right to exist at all. The real purpose is to call Israel's \rab lands. Later, when Mr. Shukairy took he floor once more, stating that Mr Lourie reminded the com-! there was in Israel a "th'rd force" nuttee again that half a million which agrees with his thesis, Mr. Jewish refugees from Arab lands Lourie challenged the Arab spokeshave found refuge in Israel, and man to tell the world what "this pointed out that these Jewish refumysterious third force" is. Mr. gees also have rights to properties Shukairy did not pick up that chalthey were forced to abandon in the lenge talestlne." Israel, too. was dis Isfit-i with the step taken by I I ted States delegation A pee*an for the Israeli delcgadtvlared l"The delegation is disturbed the phrasing of Paragraph re of the resolution presentby the United States, without for consultation with the par %  vhich omits basic concepts Isic K have become a part of litec Nations thinking on this Dblcm, such as resettlement integration of the refugees." if American draft, in its third hgraph, does not mention re l< 'nt a: i integration of the it' %  a.ii speaks of their • to repatriation or com n Israel's spokesman re tha f there is no such He said that a 1948 reso. ited bj the United States y "recommended" to both nd the Arab governments rmit refugees to go back were recommendations to intents, not rights." he inThe rights" of the refu ( • entioned in the American %  it: la' P( erican Friends of Hebrew U. Exec Participate in Special Observance Mil' el M Ni-selson, whose appoint! rr aexecutive vice president the American Friends of the ) % %  nrew I diversity was annoti/utli. s week, will visit Greater 11 \|>r I'M to Ma\ 1 in conjui ion \. ith Hebrew University Sal .ith ( I'lebralions, in the area. Ms-' -onappointment was announ( >". Iianiel (. Ross, (hairman :h ..nd (if '.he American Frlei VS.:: known m the South Florii ,iu-i \isM'|son's leadership i man; educational and philanth ic endeavors, and administrateachievements in fields rang i\ :>. inking to labor arbitra i.,. characterized his care* Nis (lion's appeintment coineates ith the launching of a SI2. Mt.C'.v development program for W^ Hebrew University of Jerurr>. Its purpose is to provide t"e completion of the new _.tra' campus of the University f &ivat Ram, Jerusalem, as well the medical, dental and phar^Hcy schools rising at Ein Ka •••in Jerusalem. Nisselson directs -iis nationwide effort of the Awe:an Friends of the Hebrew University. ^fc>' prominent in community umm\ -S; Ca n IEAMSHIP I' MOTl SHAW UUW IRAVIl SIRVIQ. IK. "i I MK Si M...d. II. I U 4 : '•>>•* affairs, Nisselson was president oi Amalgamated Bank of New York from 1944 to 1951. and a member of the New York Mayor's comnutjtee on unity from 1941 to 1951. He served as director ot development and secretary of the board of trustees of YesMva University and the Albert Einstein College of medicine from 19.">2 to 1957 He was previously assistant executive vice chairman of the national United Jewish Appeal trom 1951 to 1952, and assistant executive vice president of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York from 1937 to 1944 Nisselson is president of the Walden School, has been associate treasurer of the Sydenham Hospital for the past 2:> years He is, in addition, a member of the national panel ot arbitrators ot Che American Arbitration Assn His many previous public services have included his activities as chairman of the executive committee of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, assistant treasurer of the Urban League of Greater New York, board member of the National Jewish Welfare Board and the American Israel Cultural Foundation, treasurer of the National Conference on Jewish Social Welfare A resident of New Rochelle. NY. 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iday. April 21, 1961
+Jmisii ffrraafiforj
Page 9-B
V-^/i arm it i a fu
yours,
L
M Zi
pp
aShion philosophies \ary
with each individual woman,
jV I :.iliii^ on the p;>rt of the
vi she lives in. and what her
p. ular needs are from a fash-
i cwpoint.
i ; ough baa been written on
i -.inject Ol fashion to till vol-
B- i May 1 begins American
Ji.mty Fashion Week throughout
J.i c nintry. in that vcock's is-
u( if "This Week" Magazine, a
Hnel of leading American de-
gm rs discuss their individual
shion philosophies in terms of
N everyday wardrobe of the
nical American woman, of
hrse iii signers, Oieg Cassini is
only one who has not been a
r of the most-coveted Coty
Inard.
hi i if' signers were asked to
iress briefly their guides to
Inn man beauty From Oieg
'. sini, "Understatement is the
r< ret of elegance. Underplay
rcrything. This will upstage the
:h. rs
Galanoa, whose collec-
- one oi the mi si expensive
Di all, feels color is a most im-
srtant factor. "Color should al-
ays be chosen to compliment
and hair colorings Black
eems lo compliment all types omen it is subtle. It is elegant
is the background tor beautiful
cwels. Makeup i- important It
I- the highlight accent to each
an's coloring Discretion and
isti are foremost considerations
using ''"
For the husbands who eon-
r. lly hear the comment, "but
haven't a ihin^; to wear." while
I iking into a close! filled with
Nothing Norman Norcll's opin-
'-hnuld be the one to relay to
Iheir wives "Buy garments as
iia> si mi nti Select c arefullv,
ir.d you will not need as many
r:"tii- \ well-chosen wardrobe
ii a- man} platcs .is a large
i
he 11 xi bit oi philosoph) n aj
be a rried over to many
\tf > Ids it -:.'.,(! ot being limited
tt< clothing. Prom Pauline Tri-
^k< ro comes this bit ol excellent
Ha Ivki Start now to find out
Bv at clothes you look bi st in.
Bf everyone comments on how
^'raeiivc you look on a ccrta
< malyz y< urself your
v Ii of dress, COloi Ol eye -1!..
im i oiffuri Try it aj ain
l:
. lats often are the ib i cl of
nj comments Sail) \ icl r i
tj Award winner for millinery,
feels hats should be the subject
i I ompliments. Her philosophy
is. "Buj a h.u because it will do
ii thing for you not because
>our head is cold, or you an
afraid oi a sunstroke."
An overall fashion picture is
di u ussed by Sidney Wragge \
i volves In r own fashion
. a woman of indecision
i angi g with the whim ol fashion
trends In make-up, only one
part of the face should be ac-
i tuated. if it's the eyes, play
d ft-n the lips with the palest lip-
stick or vice versa I don't be-
lieve in heavy makeup tor day-
time A bit of shadow, but no
lone, lashes or bright lipstick."
INSTALLATION luncheon of the
Wom n'.- Cancer League ol
Miami Beach at the Seville hotel
Apr 4 was a gem. thank- to
imagination of Mildred (Mrs
Morris) Gidney. chairman ol the
ay. and Mrs. Paul (Pat) Hrom
who conducted the cere-
'>.
Tiny pink umbrella- for April
sh< > rs that 'inn;: May flowers"
little ii d nosegaj s held the
place cards, festooned nliboiis
and a profusion of flowers deck
c I the head table1, and candles
with bunched buds served as ccn
terpieces for the- smaller settings
Mrs Gidney paced the activi
I and solved all problems
looking very COOl and attractive
m ,i white-on-wbite -Ik shirt-
mak i with matching head hug-
ging cloche trimmed with floral
I millions.
I ..; Brombt rg gave the charge
ti new officers and board mem-
bers With her flame-colored
hair. >he wore a fox trimmed
-wi ater, in brightest orange, and
carried it off beautifully. The
patterns in her multi-colored
sleeveless frock .M-re outlined in
sequins.
\cwi> elected president Mrs
.. i iBeryli Schonfeld chose a
full-length coat ol beige linen
a matching dress and com-
d the ensemble w ith a stri-
black paten) sailor, bag and
-'in -
kJRS. Mickey (Yvettc Kraus,
"founder president, a little
wa from several weeks she had
-i enl in the ho spital, ni v er-
the less looked very lovely in a
i il-slim black linen sheath
-it -it with white collar and hat
w ith dra mafic low side s pi i1
Berkman, Shaw
Exchange Vows
A double ring candclig'il cert
mony united Miss Lois Barbara
Shaw and Martin George Berkman
on Sunday evening, Apr ii. al the
Deauville hotel. Rabbi Joseph \a
rot, of Temple Israel, officiated
The bride's traditional gown was
of white silk organza with a bout
fan! skirt, and featured a fitted
bodice of imported chantilly lace,
sabrina neckline, and scalloped
cap sleeves. Her shoulder-length
French illusion fell from a white
-ilk organza rose, and she carried
white orchids on a Bible belonging
to her friend. Penny Weiss.
Her cousin. Susan Shaw, was her
only attendant. Lawrence ('.old-
blatt was best man for the groom,
and Don cohn and Raymond Brown
si rv id as Ushers.
The new Mrs Berkman is a grad-
uate of Miami Senior High School
and attended the University ol Mi-
ami. Her husband is an alumnus
ol the University oi Miami, and is
currently with the Federal Govern-
ment.
The parents of the couple are-
Mr and Mrs Nathan Schwartz,
601 SW 21 rd., Miami, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph C. Berkman. of 2527
SW If st., Miami
After a reception and formal din-
ner at the Deauville hotel, the
young Mr. and Mrs. Berkman left
for a honevmoon in Jamaica On
their return, they will make their
home in Washington, DC.
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Hears Review
Anne Frank chapter o| B nai
B'rith Women met Tuesday noon at
Toby's cafeteria to hear a book
review by Mrs Louis Schvv ar'/maii
On Thursday evening, the chap-
ter will hold its annual installation
oi officers for 1961-62 at the Gar
den restaurant.
Mrs Irving Reimer is presi nl
Installing officer "as to be Mrs.
Gerald Soltz. president of District
") I'nai B nth Women.
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Three months alter its opening
in opposition to the biggest enter-
tainment names in local Gold Coast
history, "Caught in the Act" con-
tinues at the Downstairs room ot
the Seville hotel as one of the sea
son's brightest hits of the nij.ht
club season,
Headlining the comedy talents ol!
Jack De Leon and Terry Haven
the east of six people are furthei
supported by the Broadway talents
ol Gene Allen. Jerry New by. Anne
.lone- and Lin, a Lavcin. All have
appeared previously in major pro
deletions, bringing their own tal-
ents to "Caught" in both ensembli
numbers and individual solo spo's
With songs and special comedv
blackout material written by Rutl
Wallis. Ernie Held and David Pa
nich, the revue shaped up ,i- I
bri-k. colorful show which was
immediately hailed by the critics
Show times nightly are at it am
11 p.m with a special late sho>
Fridaj and Saturday at l a.m.
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Judge Barad is Speaker
I.e gal Implications in the Kich-
mann Trial" was the subject of an
address bj Metro Judge Frederick
N Barad on Wednesday evening al
a meeting of the Democratic Club
oi Miami Beach in the Saxony ho-
tel. Jack Freitag showed a tra-
I velogue entitled "Mediterranean
Cruise."
Sinai Board Will
Meet Thursday
J. Gerald Lewis, president, ha-
announced that the annual meet
inji of the Mt. Sinai Hospital board
Oi trustees and membership uill tx
Thursday evening, Apr. 2". in thi-
Louis Woltson Auditorium of the
hospital
Election of new trustees will take
place at the meeting, and there
will be a presentation of report-
on the hospital's past year of acti-
vities.
USY Group Has Meetings
United Synagogue Youth group
ol Dade Hen his Jewish Congrega-
tion meets Wednesdays .^ s p.m.
Young Judaeans meet Thursday
from 7 15 to 9 p m.
THE FAMILY OF THE LATE
JERRY HOWARD STITSKY
wish to express their deep appreciation
zi Vie "jny kind expressions of sympathy
in their recent bereavement.
RABBI and MRS. S. M. MACHTEI
MORTON and NAOMI STITSKY
She was visibly tiiuehed when
Frances (Mrs Miltoni Linn, in
.i sissj white evelet shut waisl
dress presented her with three
gold charms one from the
League, ore from the board, and
one for outstanding services to
the organization during her two
j ear- as president
The invocation was given by
Mrs Ethel Gerson, whose softlj
feminine sheer floral print epito-
mized spring the theme ol the
cla.v
Among all the other pretty oul
fits and accessories -*<-^ at the
luncheon, one- was a possible
Irend-setter as attractive Lee
Mrs Sidney) Ohrbach wore her
heart on the shorl sleeve ol her
chic black a diamond heart, ol
course
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Fage 8-A > Jen #'*/ fkridhur Friday. a : ] 1361 'Challenge to Women' is B'nai B'rith Theme Government Leaders Will Address Sessions on Beach Lasting Through Apr. 28 ( > ^*i. "The Challenge lo Women's < : L is — Changing R< i s h a Changing World" ithe : the biennial convention (f national B'nai B'rith Women, v.r.ch opens .it the Carillon h ;> l c n Miami Beach on M inday. Apr. 24. The convention will continue here through Friday, Apr. 28, w;th more than 1.000 delegates expected to attend. Earlj briefing sessions al 2 p.m., Monday, will get the busini ss nf t h e biennial going, to which arc united new delegat) 5, workshop and discussion group mien, leaders, recorders, and c sultants. v S 30 p.m., dinner will be held ir. thi Silver Chimes East room ( the hot 's sessions begin with %  kfasl .it 8 a.m. in the Sugar V Spic coffee shop The mornI • schedule continuias Col• -ion, Baroque 0 a.m.; luncheon, Silver Chimes East room. 12:15 p.m.; Issues Forum and discussion groups, Bai oque room, .' p m ; Silver Chimes East room. (i '.."> p.m.; FailForum and dlS cussion groups. Carillon room. B p m,. Lou Walters French i>:t ssing ot 1961." Cafe Le Can Can. 11 p m. Wednesday 'schedule will begin with breakfast in the Sugar V Spice room at 8 a.m. Youth session, 9 :>o a.m., will feature Miss Alice Huberman, internatio ; president of B'nai B'rith Girls; Mel Hecht, studenl at the University of Miami; Miss Harriet Lessy, B'nai B'rith Vocational Services, representing the people Adult representatives will be Dr William llaber. chairman, B'nai B'rith llillel Commission, and Dr. Maurice Jacobs, chairman, B'nai B'rith \ i atii rial Sen ice Commission. Wednesday's sessions continue as follows: Luncheon, Silver Chimes East, ii' 15 p m ; business session, Baroque room. 2 P m : dinner. Silver Chimes I p m business session, Baroque room. 8 p m Following breakfast and mornworkshops on Thursday. Vpr 27, Mrs Elizabeth Smith, ti Continued on Page 9 A MBS. ESTHER PETERSON keynoter MRS. ELIZABETH R. SMITH Treasurer of the United Stales PROMINENT IN DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE PROGRAMS Treasurer of United States Slated In Talk at Noon Gathering Thursday Treasurer of the United States Mrs smith, bom in Montreal, from the University of Michigan. Mr? Elizabeth Rudel smith will Canada in 1911 ol American parShe also served an internship in be principal speaker at -.he noon ent tended private schools in public affairs at the Coro Founda M D -• •• n of the ni ti nai B'rith v\ m i biennial 11 n Thi rsda i Apr 27, in Silver < himea room ot the CardMontreal Alter further education at the Masti rs S< hool m Dobbs Ferry, N Y and smith College, -he received an \l. dein Far Eastern civilization Assistant to Sec'y. of Labor Will Keynote Conference Esthei Peti '.ant S< ( rel irj ol Labor Arthur ind director ol t h e Bureau of the United v rtment of Labor, will ite speaker at the opening j i ihe biennial vention Ol national B'nai B'rith Women on Mondaj evtning, 8 30 p.m.. in the < arillon hotel. S me I 000 delegates trom across the nation are expected to %  I th convention, which will hold sessions here from Apr. 21 (o 28. MrPeterson, who hailt voted her working life to education and t'< labor movement, iar. expert i Ii gialative relations and on problems of women workers She was born on December 9. l'J06. in Provo. Utah, and attended publicschool! in Provo. where her father. Lars Eggertsen, was superin:endent of Utah county schools. Mrs. Peterson received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University in 1927 a n (I h< r Master ol Arts from Teachers' ( ollege, Columbia Urnversity, in 19 Her leaching career spanned a od of 12 >,arshe taught at the Branch Agricultural Colin Cedar City. Utah, 1927 to 1929, and at the Winsor School in Boston, from 1930 to 1936. After her marriage in 1932, the alternated teaching with her duties aa housewife and mother until i9:v>. taking temporary positions at the Bryn Mawr Summer School lor Women Workers in Industry near Philadelphia, the 11U -"ii Shore Labor School in Esopus, N Y and with the international Ladie-' Garment Worker-' Union. In 1939. the Amalgamated Clothing Workers 0 f America, taking note of her special teaching < x penenco in the labor field, appointed her as-i-tant director of education, a post she held until Continued en Pag* 9 A lion m s.m Francisco MrSmith. %  ri >iden1 of Kent field i alit and -worn into h> r I :< sent ffice last Jan 30, includeamong her varied career ii civi affairs the t %  Pn ibyti Man i irphanS in \n-elmo. i alii vice Red Ci \lar.i-. count) m< mix r ol I, San Francisco, J L< iui ind ] tiairmai si hi >| !. nd i Mann COUI • semng .,assist nei if ( alifi when she n signed to ... ci pi ident Kenned) cabinet [>..-• She habeen a dip ClOl t the Rudel M Co.. ol M intreal; founder Ri -v'alli K<. tfield, Calil stafl member. Foundation, 1952-53; in\ ed .md patented a lire si '.'huh she sold in 19 a reporter and feature editor for tne v ael In lependent Jour nal fron Mrs Smith served as natioi commiUi n for the Demo ^' %  ,l1 Part) ol California in 1956 She was chairman ol the Mann < ount) Democratic Central Commlttee. director of the California Democratic Council. CO-chairman coordinator ol Northern Cantor' ma. manager in most ol the state de Democratic camp, California since 1954. and ti i member of Guv. Brown busi ness advisory committee. INTERNATIONAL IN SCOPE Service Organization Fulfilling Pledge to Assist Mankind In Complex Activity Program ma. %  %  sen ice • it"kind : nit< d S1 and Cai %  %  '• HW %  ,. M> r ad activities r %  multi fao tod BBW progrs %  i racu • ca civic, II paredni i i new front i of a Spaci \„ ,\ %  are full) i %  nizanl 11 Id .i id the • d BBW | Vri harli I> Solo> i< h, on the c\( ol her departure %  ting in Miam crs have adi pting to pro herc\ ci and .-MI needi no the ol >' • r Sai i Mai I. the infant BBw as .i liny, single unit win -i hai dful ol bers sponsoi ed i I ilantl activities -o impressivel) thai thn• additioi ..I unit-.i ec ond in San Pram isco and two, in other \< -t I emu .cere founded during tl i nazl lhre< yeai BBw had i •< come • %  i oast iiation in 1912, when ;tfifth unit was i iz< d 3 C*MJ mil< aw a) in N%  .. alk. \ 1 lo.lav in a progiam frame work ol inti i at •• at -. i pi 135.000 BBW ni. ml., rin 844 chapters are serving %  wide %  ol -loopthat include pre-school youngsters, older adulti.i spitalizi d velet ans, mentall) ill persom i • I arded children, and tl., pin-. handicapi i hen \ olunti 11 partii ipation led t • %  orl ol the BBW i • lot pmol ed children u B\H Frank.::: veil Four Freei in Washington, I thusiastie mei ben more than SI aU). contributes I On behalf of J( V gives its full su| •n"f DM B'I Defamation 1 i bat prejudice nght-. BBW meinb runique I>ollfor into elementary rooms to teach Lh< of democracj youngsters, fas -lories ah..tit thi ham Lincoln 1 !. renci in gale, Loin1 : st< Chaim Weizmann, %  I) known pn i • fr< < lo:n Th. 1. figu r< appn priati lumed, are a I %  r between adult; her storH as she holds up i doll transmit tl i ol their rapport into :..l I. Mrs,:|i>. jrh • • %  BBw read) for I i, points prompt r. ipOBM America Nat loni < ailed for \ \ iate Mm ru. •. human lives a. > Thicapac it) also expii chapter re-, i -.ulorstranded in i American cit> oi Rosh Hasbona leader she pointe< IUCCI -of BBW • %  • i. tictpation in reci I the-vote canu •tip! dec l-l'. tO defa< emer.t ol .lew -h hon %  Continued on Pice 10 A delighted youngster visits with a trio ol Tolls tol "nlliw^j y .'. sh ?" n g s "les and stones with a Michi Doll Lady of B'nai B'rith Women. SU/Jcome to J\tionJ$UnnU*l


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Pace 4-A +JeUtnrrii&r Fnd cv Aprtj, &f Jewish Floridian OFT -\: 120 RE Sixth St Telephone FR i teletype Commuti col rWX MM 486 • FRL~? R SHOCHET 0 MINDUN Ed lea and Pul iehei Executive Editoi IS1 • \, • %  -N NDEB • %  > ••' •• %  %  SUlSCR • ON fi %  • Volu: e 34 : 16 5 I ":: I'm B'rith Biennial Here • v %  %  ) Goldberg : %  '-,. %  enl ( 9 ":• ON S ad loi 10 A o crted v tel am worn* i organise • detail or jany *xd1 opa events and diacusaioa seeaioas ded foi the t vk '.-.'.• Cienni an should prove ilhiminatioq to Diemhen ':-.:: v everyone concerned with the many rital issues lobe ex. oed iroB the moment me meeting .s called to arch Arrest of a Communist '.: srould seethat Israel g oa^cphicaUy M .-: aa: own State c: Rhode liland which boon* less man 1 000 square mike .> apintua oaaaarsriss the equal o: huge m Tineim :• is a lad that IseaeJ has :\-w eMXUpied i of the ararJd pases tor months or end The capture ol Ado': Dchmann kmt **•-' %  '• the i Ben-Gut OE oddisoa bef/c .: Zaonsaj Congrats me Pin••> '.a,-r. aflas the reeegncrbon ol BenGui the :--.: Ol me q these and -"" %  e Been ko be he coasxstent DM rwapapen v iV bets i a aev. cristi c uraeJ b. eh ol DJ Beat %  .-. ex %  S a ~ e : seer > i • d %  .• not r me a .r. : %  *ec MS | ? > Boa .e.v l ; i s r>e*e %  oi %  BOS I I %  Warsaw Ghetto Memories : T.%  %  y K opat —ineJ • %  l ; MAUL 70V, BAR MI11AH BOY! bunxm d e cen cy are rightly heroes o; Ae ghetto %  ttuggle Tr.e MMMftad Day obser\*ance m Isr^e! km wneh was pcrt:cularly Bgnincatd rat :t :nterr-jp^ec the tncl o* one AdoU Dcheaann. a man whaee mlaiinenliiii to tbe Warsaw Ghetto .s loo ckm 10 need elaboration \Miar rr.usJ mil :>x:>have Iho u ghl a mar dedicatee o -"eohn the leerich probteeo whose eicDOW ...:oe h.s r:^r:es ::: the.: OWB -orrted where c lO lnn oa Ol a very ^.^e:e::: ;:ie: dkry in the DUTOCM ct Leraei's r Foi me ashee ol me Warsaw Ghetto has naen t.-.e shadow c: .-. r. ear %  destroyed ewry to assure me historic cc on The Refugee Dilemma Anew s to avoid c :_..:..-* -<.-:. ol the Arafc refugee %  • done .. i Boa partM w. Iffunct .-. .. %  tt a.* -' %  -• Of during (he week ...as i see it by IE0 MINDUN T ME JU0 ^ OORDON^ n-ion TlMMC who -<<. mem an in u choolliti Sa:i!\ an t^.or:. %  ama:. i i; re. down ht : • n com| r> dailv Bibh • r ccrollar> or :• i Ihissue at slakr their sttonM > • rj conskfa rat ed. And ant with 1 : • %  Gonki • %  T-Z FACILE RESORT S3 I i n UH targt %  • appear* ir. the void of r a-' • al and ain Is lo "r termed Mtnre a Easter hi da> El ed arc thes. Hit I BeJb Silent KiftM Yt Fi But declarei Judf ,k -,ese m-i oN r•\nta the tbougbu t the Cawtetmai and • leaaoa that it would be ir :| i for this COBfl to r M be cor.sjdered av seme to bt -ctar.ar. It ma> ir>de*d. pro\e impos>^hle for this cr ~ la," ball would hardJy be o dcficuh for another here ar tandir.^ of tku -• isjksea akment a n a l sed is fan to nthaj in the fir>t iBstar.ct COR THE ILL-INFORMED alore ftnd an> | %  ber-., -na anc lhartika — excer" invoSe human bein>;v Oaiy the caletidar SMCaali ill I UN] Ml ii*ra*nt prexa.t" To opine that Wkih Qanklansa or O. Coane \ eiapbnea the Cataanasa observance :J to be cruet of the most darrr.^ r>eo^r:brTh* same dahrrj: approach obtair%  Ha oValmi with the cetKral quotioc of the FTcnda it otaaai Seaei %  me opinion's re aal -• •' t or who-* Bible -.Bchjdo see* -• Thou shah not ID and purpo>> a piece of nor sec tar-, a 1 fortify tarn .leaaaa Gera) • r **k r*eal b> 'lectinf; fr-(. To be. r bebef. tan words of the Gotder R e a ward n -e are lo ex rctar %  atan dose of BaaTataaaJ H^ I Testamer: ?. %  % %  > %  %  J •<"•'coatro%ersia. %  jbent or his pareaa *> coir.ir^ from the I -SAjes mat tht tefroaa •.-* Eai ynESE COROLLARY OL'EST'OHS tT*' aaaeat arwana, wh. i *' how car. i ... H lacefaaaa %  • %  %  w. ; I •Ci %  %  aa i s*i %  I *i I



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Joy, April 21. 1961 fJewisii fk>rktimn Page 7-B JHV* Jjf ;J ft* J %  %  •%  Sf^ f m >w ** \H *m 9rk %  % %  v* %  -1* 'Chdi' Luncheon Set Wednesday Hebrew Academj Women will hold a "Chai" luncheon on Wednes day at the Fontainebleau hotel to kick oft a S50.000 cariipa-^i tor the l*fjV-mg Of >t allown at recent Emma Lazarus qroup of Hcdas'ah Youth Uiyah luncheon in the Diplomat hotel are Heft to riaht) Messes Johan Berman, president; Henrietta Fine chairman; r.d Scniord Jacobson. qroup founder. Assisting the chairjar, of the day was Mrs. Max Margoles. % r. Wolfson in Lecture Series IS-1 ond lecture in a new cnes. I l <•(' Living Happily" w as • i • by Di ".:•'. .'. i • • Thursdaj mori it g <• .. m t h e 10th -t i". bel >re a 3 -• % % %  : sored bj the Miami %  Ei reation D< ( e day. 12:30 p.m., Dr. a! ... • Chib al thi !'. .• na hotel on "An ; rodu<'. • % %  Philo;0| hj ." I lis :> < tur< • %  r< pi at< d Wedm sdaj \\ i 26 luni h< of the Br l) rbw i Temple Sii Hollywi The lectures an sponsored by • i Spit n Forum 1 %  dation for \ ':' Ida Appef Memorial AuaTloriuni the new Hebrew Acai cmy. Construction of the new buiH is scheduled to begin the end May. It will cost Si million. which $7(10.000 in pledges has ready been raised. A 'Thai" contribution represents a gift of one brick in the Ida Appcl Auditorium. A certificate will be presented !o everj "Chai" contributor. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of the Hebrew Academj Women. declared "thai .Mrs Appcl was one if the most beloved women of the Greater Miami Jewish community. She left her imprint in manj areas f J< wish endeavor, and is i specially remembered for many years of dedicated service and leadership to tru Jewish Home for the Aged and Hebrew Academj Women." Mrs Irving Firtel is chairman ..I he '( hai" luncheon, a n d Mrs. Leonard Rosen, co-chairman Other members of the committee are Mesdami Jack Buchsbaum, president of the PTA, Julius Rosenstein, Arthur Bergman. Jack Gerson and Nathan Spiegel man ELECT BERNARD "BERN1E :i BERMAN COUNCILMAN — GROUP 2 # Special Assistant Attorney General, State cf Fla., I960 •* Judge Advocate. Skeily McLeod American legion Post, 1957-1959 Volunteer Public Defender De<> %  %  %  ., e at all to %  • %  • • ... %  • • elected • .... "Bemie" Berman "NOW IS THE TIME TO COMPLETE THE JOB." It's Time to Sweep Out THE OLD TYPE CITY PLANNING, THE OLD TYPE OF THINKING, THE OLD TYPE OF POLITICIAN. It's Time to Bring In A PLAN FOR PROGRESS AN INTERAMA BOARD A MORE BEAUTIFUL CITY WITHOUT INCREASING TAXES. be sure to vote April 25th FOR • It Bernard "Bernie BERMAN AT ULETA PARK & CITY HALL "THANKS FOR YOUR VOTES APRIL IS' PULL LEVER 4-A APRIL 25 I'd i • i Uh Tif ereth Israel New Officers Xew officers ol Tifereth I ion are Is idore Schlissel, presid Murraj VI inthal md • 11 ; residents; • nberg in isun r; Leo : '• • rdin ry; Al i %  ecretarj ; • r. G ard oi directors are Harry '• %  < xander Jack Berke, Ernest Isi rs II Floyd Kn iz, R iby Ku• n. Harrj Lern< r, Theo Pearl -•i in Win Schachter. Moe Singer, 1st in, II.mild Robin, Hj Rothman, Herman Gol farh i Harry Dacks. isterhood officers f< r the coming year include Mesdami s Allen H First, president; James Harris. i.. \ Laster, and Harry Lerner. .ic presidents; William Kornfeld, recording secretary; Al Kurzban, financial secretary; Isidore Schlissel, treasurer; Ruby Kutin, corresponding secretarj; Benjamin iVeinstock, racial secretary; and Morris Bisenberg, parliamentarian M< mbers Ol the hoard are M, lames Theodore Pearlstein, Irving Querido, Sadie Kushner, Hyman \s!or Claire Tonik, Herman Goldfarb, Harry Herman. George Cold stein, Joseph Jarlow, William Co hen, Minnie Cohen, Irving Seligman and Murraj Weinthal. Anshe Ernes Will Burn Mortgage Congregation Anshe Kmes will ^oid a mortgage-burning dinner on Sunda\ evening, 6 p.m.. at t h e Royal Hungarian restaurant. The mortgage %  miming climaxes three and a halt years in the congregation's present facilities al 2533 SW IS ave.. Miami. Rabbi Morris Skop. of Temple Judea, "ill be guest ol honor at the function Maxwell Silherman presi!enl of Anshe Emes, is chairman t the evening, food Fair Builds Center Star! of construction of a 30-unit S2 million dollar shopping center (0 be located at the intersection of Memorial hwy. and West Hillsborough ave West Tampa, Fla was announced here this week by Food Fair Stores. The center, on :i 21 acre site, will he called Memorial Pla/a. Ronald L. Fine, dun lor of real estate tor the Southern Division of Food Fair, outlined the plans for the new center and reported the beginning of construe tion last Friday Tifereth Israel Picnic icih Israel Congregation will have .i pinlc Apr. 30 at the Log shelter m ('.reynoids Park, starting after Sunday school. Zionist Council of South Florida concludes plans for the Israel Bar Mitzvah celebration at the Deauville hotel on Saturday evening. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Seymour Baron. Milton Greene, A. Arthur Pekelner. Samuel Z. Sakrais and Anna Melnick. Standing (left to right! 1 are Manuel Bursteir.. Dr. Simon Wilensky, Louis Rudnick, Miss Marguerite Marks, Mrs. Irwin Liss and Al Ossip. RE-ELECT MAYOR DAN DIEFENBACH FOR TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS Tall Wl 5-7633 Wl 7-.T20I -BAN'S Of K MAX* 9 Lever 1-A April 25 uuiM tli.iL fci..f.J ^m H Thinks for Your Vote of Confidence iixpei'ivnvvd — ttvsi (fnciliiijil To Retain Decency and Dignity in the Mayor's Office PI LL MY IK 1-A. APISH, M I'.l |'| I ELECT "JAY" REARDON REARDON FAVORS • Economy • City Improvement • Increased Recreational Facilities A MAN OF QUALITY DIGNITY HONESTY EFFICIENCY and a TRU E DESIRE TO SERVE THE PEOPLE JAMES E. "Jay" REARDON Headquarters Wl 76049 FOR NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL, GROUP 6 PULL LEVER 11-A on APRIL 25 "THANK YOU" Successful, Self-Employed, Businessman %  World War II. United States Navy, Veteran %  Devoted Church and Family Man •* Former Postmaster, City of North Miami Beach %  Past Member, Planning and Zoning Board, North Miami Beach Active in Local Politics and Civic Affairs for 7 Years VOTE ELECTION DAY, APRIL IS, PULL LEVER UA rii. !• ^rz



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bay. April 21. 1981 '"Jen is£ Ficrkfiari Page 9-A MRS. CHAfUtS D. SOLOVICH .. president of B'nai B'rilh Women DL Director Will Bring eport of Eichmann Trial irect from Jerusalem fi. • \ini.hl Forster addresses ; p iv session ol 'he national ronvei tion ol B'nai B'rith i Thurs laj. Apr. 27. at Carillon hotel, he "ill be .i report dirt ct from the I i n Ir il "i Jerusalem, I, has been attending rster is director of the na. i] ii hts dn ision ot the amati in League of B nal r more than .<* years, the : _. compelling voice <>i Forsbeen heard throughout the rallying Americans lo the auisl i rejudice and antiism, exp 'sing '.indatk fori I igotry. p! ;.r a America i day, at >7. Forster igei i -il !<• the Anti Defamation .. of B nai B'rith and its rights director In thicaity, ho s responsible national for the fact-finding and law 5 of thi am in j s fight againsracial and re!•bigotrj started when HitBin was ra npant, when Ameri.niti Semites and natemong•. re goi (tod and often n abroad in 1938, < eanize I i group ol lawjrei ( rvc as tic M lunteer arm ol \ m Defa nation League. In • • stablishi d Ihe League i. Ii pa tmenl and, in Jan he was appointed to • mi pi si tion. • i -i 111 Lyeai s, the isn; n riKh'and ( l v d hav< been among i rgent problems faced loans Fofttei has earned |i renown for his role in fc-c ,(i %  io has carried the ale for a stronger democrat ) the courts of the land. i Moral counsel tn the jue, he h a i led a staff ol ed legal a loclatea in the pre Btion of historic legal briefs living fum amental issues ol rights. Me has appeared e and again in these matters 1 • the highest state tribuand helore the United States :< me Court. His voice has n hoard before congressional MEET YOUR PRESIDENT A Practicing Attorney Reaches World Through Interest in Humanity Born in Somerville. Mass Mrs Charles D. Solov.ch is a practicing attorney and wife of a lawyerfurniture store owner in Detroit. She is the mother of two sons, Stanford, age 21, a pro law student at the l niversit] i i Detroit, and David, age 14. The "Firsl Lady ot B'nai B'rith Women has bell i ged to the organization since l'.)33, when she jonu d Pisgah chapter in Detroit. one year earlier, shortly before her 21-t birthday, Mis Solovich began her career as an attorney. Starting with the presidency ol her chapter, Mrs. Solo\ ich steadily rose to a -i ries of local ami regional ices, culminating with her election as president ol 6, which includes eight midwestern states and !* 1,1 Canadian provinces. Mrs soiovuh lists the formation ot the Greater Detroit BBW Council and her organization of approximately 12 BRW chapters in Detroit as her most significant contributions to the Jewish women's service organization. While active In her own district aflairs. Mrs Solovich also di%  V • rected h e r energies Into B'nai i fiQ B'rith Supreme Lodge channels. %  %  • |i She became vice chairman of B'nai B'rith Vocational Services in 1957, serving at the same time as a member ol the B'nai B'rith mm! raising campaign cabinet. In 1956, she completed a three year term ol membership on the B'nai B'rith Youth Commission. slu M a s BBW's second vice president and chairman of national BBW allocations at the time ol her election to the BBW national presidency at the biennial meeting in April. 1959. Honors accorded her include the honorary presidencj Ol the Creator Detroit Bl'.w Council an i honorary membership ol Keidan chap ier in Detroit, and two national Hillel keys for distinguished service she is listed m the 1952 supplement ol "Who's Who in America" and in the 1959 "Who's who (t American Women." The Francis Solovich B'nai B'rilh (iirls' chapter in Detroit hears her name as .1 tribute to her efforts in its i" half. The national president holds a law d, _ree lrom the University ol Detroit and the Bachelor of Arts degree from the University ol Michigan, where she majored in French and mathematics. she is a member ot the National Council of Jewish Women. state Bar 01 Michigan, National Assn. ot Women Lawyers. Jewish Community Council of Detroit. local PTA, I niversity ot Detroit nni -\ssii l niversitj of Detroit Womi %  Guild, and the United Torch Drive. B ARNOLD fORSJtR .. civil rights authority committees, in the press, on radio. television and as a speaker at many of the nation's most important public forums \s a corollary to his legal activities, VJ years ago Forster undertook to establish and maintain .1 careful scrutiny ol domestic hate br 1 ders, documenting and un-American groups and individuals who are constantly 1 ,. ping av a> at the bedrock 1 1 .ii mocrac) As a result \!>l. has kept one step ahead ol '../ %  hate movement as U shuts lrom locale to locale. and lrom half-truth to lie. in its di -; %  rail effort to encourage naa seism In 1947, Forster conceived the annual audit ol religious prejudice, now a regular activity ol many human relations agencies, and edited the first authoritative study of this kind. A year later he wrote the host seller. A Measure of Freedom Since that time, he co-authored with Benjamin K. Epstein, 'The Troublemakers." and ""Cross-Currents. two well known outstanding works on racial and religious hatred. I'lY kDf.LHAN education director fSTKEff STAMATS consultant for older adults Education Director is Wife Of Top Hopkins Professor Mrs i.ih Edelman. a consultant with Mrs. Esther Stamats for the various workshops during the week-long B'nai B'rith Women's convention here, was recently appointed as national director of B'nai B'rith's Department ol Adult Jewish Education. She brings to this position many years of professional experience She was formerly executive secretary of the National Academy for Adult Jewish studies of the United Synagogue (1953-1957), and previously (1941-1950) educational director of the Fast and West Assn., an international educational organization founded and head od b> Pearl S. Buck. She also served (1950-19521 as free lance writer and editor in the U.S. Department of State overseas information program. Mrs Edelman's published works include "Israel: Now People in an Old Land.'" Hawaii. U S.A.," "Japan in Story and Pictures." and "The Sukkah and the B g Wind." as well as numerous manuals, pamphlets, and articles dealing with aspects ot adult Jewish education. A magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hunter College, Mrs Edelman holds an MA in English literature lrom Columbia University, and a Professional Diploma in adult education administration from Teachers College. Columbia Active in the adull education movement, she has been a frequent contributor to the professional journal "Adult Leadership." A resident ol Baltimore and a member of the l.illie Strauss chapter ol B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Edelman is the wife ol Prof. Nathan Edelman, chairman of th< Romance Languages Department Johns Hopkins University and il e mother of a 13-year-old daughter EDUCATORS WILL BE HEARD Youth Session Set to Feature Noted B'nai B'rith Personalities A Youth session on Wednesday, Apr. 26, 9:30 a.m. will he one of the highlights of the national B'nai B'rith Women's biennial taking place at the Carillon hotel. Adult representatives participating in the program will include Dr. William Haber, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Hilk I Commission, and Dr. Maurice Jacobs, chairman ol B'nai B'rith Vocational Services Commission. Dr Habi r is professor ol eci nomics at the 1 niversit) ol MichMrs. Peterson in Talk Challenge to Women' Continued from Pogo 8-A frcr of the United States, will speaker at the 12:15 p.m. ses%  At 2 p.m.. there will be a ineia session in the Baroque pm. to be followed by dinner. Ivor Chimes East. 6:15 p.m., business session, Baroque t>m, 8 p.m. Arnold Forster, director of the Hi Rights Division of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith will be principal speaker at this session. Evening will conclude with a report from the nominating committee and elections. Friday morning, Apr. 28. will be free time Installation luncheon follows at 12:30 p.m.. Label A. Katz. president of B'nai B'rith. will be guest speaker. Continued from Pa;;e 8 A 1944, In 1945, she became Washington legislative representative for the ACWA serving until she left to go abroad in 1948. Mrs. Peterson served on the advisory committee ol the Women's Bureau and on the District of Columbia Minimum Wage Board for the laundry industry during this time in Washington. While living abroad with her husband, a foreign service officer, she represented the American trade union movement al several international conlerencoShe also worked closely with Ihe Swedish Confederation of Trade Unions from 1941 to 1952 while in Sweden, and with the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions on problems of women workers from 1952 to 1957 while in Belgium. From 1958 until she assumed her present duties last January, she was legislative representative Of the Industrial Union Department of the AFL-CIO. Mrs. Peterson's husband. Oliver A. Peterson, is a labor advisor in the State Departmt nt's Bureau 1 1 African Affairs. The Petersons' daughter Karen, oldest ol their lour children, was graduated from Wellesley College in I960, and is a resean h assistant at George Washington University. Two sons. Eric and her. are students at Harvard University, and Lars, the youngest, is a student at St. Albans In Washington, DC igan since 1938. Married and the father of two grown sons, he in s in Ann Arbor, Mich. Born in 1899. he has been chairman for seven years (1947-54) of ihe Federal Advisory Council on Employment Security, and is at present a member ol the Council. He is a special consultant on man power to the U s. Secretary ol Labor, was special advisor 00 Jewish affairs to Gen Lucius D ( lay, eommander-m chief of the c s. Zone of Germans in 1948 and has visited Israel Morocco, Tunis VI eria South Africa and various European countries Vv Haber has boon president ol the central board ot the World ORT Union since 1955, president ol American ORT Federation %  I 150 was executive . DR. WtUIAM HA4M • • • rifnpf CoawMvoVt*



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HI r/, April 21. 1961 *-Jcist rhrilitr LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA t^/ROBATE int.-' ,* |:i>-li: KATZ i,. .. -e.1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS til i .-.ii-.r. .„i AII Person* Ha) %  I. I .11 Demands Against S:. i.l ni • %  hereoj nutlfi. .1 ;inil re.|iiir %  • I an claims iimi demanda Bl> > i '" i have against il -KSSIK KATZ deceased i.,,. lunly, Florida, to the Couno ; Dade County, mil fil. n,, The offices in III.Ci.untv tl... •-• %  In Dade County, Florida, il" 'in "l.ir months from the • %  f %  .* %  hr t publication li .• or will be li iriv.l IVI^-i N ATUANSoN. I^ecutol |.\\ATH*.\Ni.\ rn: \i 'lian Are I • • h I' ir da ::i. 4 7-14.81 1THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE [VESTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. N S1C3202 I VP.KT F'RIKI'MAN, f*l. Iff. I FSttKDStAN, • IanNOTICE TO APPEAR [S VVKV KRIIt'MAS Uurraj Kell.-i 7 V.th Avenue .i on Height 1.. • lalai i. Wtt York ;.hereb) notified and required r\ • i : i dvorce, on Plaintiff! .III.I u %  • it,.ordinal in the %  he Cieri of Circuit Courl "i C. nty. Florida, on or before the %  i Maj 1961. other* Ise the li %  '•"' '• %  i .1 unplaint f .i in ; be i.i .. :i us confessed bj .!..'. h .'• I81 H I.:. > THKRM \\ %  • r k i %  %  I 11 i i : VVALARIS 1 IV, f) c",. k I I RAND for P i SBBBBBF Florid'. J/.11, 4'T-H !l Page 15-A at 231 Inwith the Ol I'. || 'Miss Hoffman, must you tell everyone how well the temple functioned during my absence?" C0' 1*6' ?! %  •-. o. %  • 5'. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOT CS UNDER %  F'CTITiOuS NAME LAW ^^V :H:I:I:C.V <;I\K\ HI.H the %  busln. OOU \. UVi •-• FUgli r Street M| • % %  • • rrk ol the i M< F'lo i Is :R< %  %  il.l i.M v\. i HA Ml >l.l 'STKIN. %  I n • %  NOT Ce UNDER 'ICTITIOOS NAME LAW IS I REBY I1IVF:N that bustesw -..I. • ii. i ii,.,,n inn ol BDSl -~ S K CI i: KM 1.1 %  Tamil i-.. HUM n-. ml i a Bri i.l :-. %  li Hi.. ." l lade Counts. Florid. tt VI.TEFt FVII :i..-'...\ BiKF.PH MILLER 1 RoN.s .\ for Ann ints Trust I luildlna :: SI, 4 f:v NO"! 71 l-?l NOTICE UNOER CTITIOUS NAME LAW : Is HERF7RY niVKN II il rsinned deirlng la .S PRl 'I >l i 'Til INS H •••i street i >ade < 'ouno. Floi %  lo reg -.II.I name nith of the 'ii. mi i '..in i ,,f i i;,,i. F" i. : CAPlCi >TT< • ?4i • \ .'. : .Mi, street ids .u-nv. Florida Fl IHTKR, JR i i .. Capli i 3 II, 4/7-14-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 52028-C (Clark) IN RE Rsl IRVINrs FRANK, formerlj known iIsldor FYai Decease I NOT CE TO CREDITORS Ml Ci i and All Pi i ins Havin-<"l lima -r I • %  Va %  .Bstati Vou ari %  tifled and i ilred •• %  |.r.-. nt ir> 11 %  • .i %  | |i nils which ; ma have .1. i %  the — %  • %  ol IR\ N't! i':: \.\K .1. 1 u. • 1' ; .; mnl 1 idsi f I' id. 1 'i.unl 1 ind fl %  .IM .• In l • nil 1' ; within el lai iublic.ll Ill %  LANK FIxi • • %  Ut B : TeSI 1 • %  • • •::!', IIAROI ISHJ I %  lit NOTICE UNOEFICTITIOUS NAME LAW N' ITICE :I:I:Y OIV'I \ thai %  % %  lesirlna to enita-• %  In ^ I In .111 .ol Floweri bj .1 111 IS7I3 Hi-.n n. 1•. register -.i-i n.mi. with the • Merit ..f • • i 1 ide 1 'ounty Flo I >• -l/< R>:t< CAS 1 il.I.i •. feiole • •!!. r Kl.l RRROI7R AM..ii.-1 foi \ •. 1 ml IJfl Ml :-i R ., I S II I 7-14-21 NOTICE UNOER IN THE COUNTY FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IN AND ^OR DADE COUNTY' NOTICK US HKRKBV lilVHN lhat FLOP! DA 7N PROBATE the inder>itined, desiring to rngaae ii. N 0 i2 3Zr c under the Fictitious name ol IN RF-Fattnt of AI'KX INTRRNATIONAL In Dade JCLICS ZWICKF Count) :.i !••> Box 4S0I, Miami Rt-.u-h 1.. .-...i 11. Florida intends ; reglstei Kiid NOTICE TO CREOITOHS name a th thr Clerk >l fin 1 To Ml 1 Co in %  • 1 >i.i. 1 'ountj. FI01 Ida LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is FfKKEB! .;iv:.\ II,:,. the underalwed, daslrlna lo engage m .IIMII.-Iunder il..Hi in..,.names of] > I. .1 \l. CANDIES. I.II.I \i CANDIES OF MIAMI. 1.1:1.|\ 1; fANIMHS •'II l.-.i:il.A. K A M. COMPANY K. M CANDY COMPANY -N v\ S6th Street, Miami F'lo '••11.1. to eglstei said nanu lerk 1.1 the Cln u Co irl County, Florida i I.M i:\ 1.1:1: i'.\Miii;s INC B> : V I WHI'.-I.., I Kl IVNKR \.M.\.\.\lli:i.\!i:i: An..1 nej t-.r Laura 1...i:ain ies In. 3 :il. I 7 14-21 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRRRY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desii Ing to en business under the rictltl >us n. M ,\ \i I:IKI:I.:I:I: v no.\ ,v INET >'KI!V|r|. .,, |o v w Street, Miami, Florida Intend Ister a lid nume itti the 1 'lei 1 ircult Court of Dade Count} l-n,.ri.| I'HANK MAi:ni I li.s ;,).. I-::. Washington Si Hollywood, Fla MCRRAY MAN DEI.I. 50 Attorney r.ir Annllcant ISO Lincoln Road Miami Beach, 1-... __^ S /SI.4 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenist' fk>ridfi&r solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial 1 it :i-103 for messenger service t< CAB 78th res, r u,7-14-51 us name ..1 S W find NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HERKP.Y GIVEN thai 111^ iiiil.[_-iuii.-,t. d>-.-liini{ to eiiuane In business iindtT the i"i<;.ti MFIDICAI. AIDS at 3121 Street intend t.. register said 1 lih the Clerk of ih.Clrc ill Co irl of Dade 'ounty, FT,.rid:i BEN :i ic.'ii • v; NORMAN WOI.F i-"i-'"\ JUDGES COURT I s .-IIWAKT7. HH M'li:. 1 A F*R1KD, Fisqs tttorhi fo ~ Shas • 4 _*'* l ,lni Head 1. I JE 8 1 :1 -'!.:• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEV-NTM JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 6IC 3362 '. \\ ALL, s r.\ri. 1. -v. vi .11 I VII i'-r-..,,. II or I >en in.lt Vitalr na Clnii Instate You ure 1 %  to |.v... 111 ,, n n .. ha vi aa • •• %  • II %  -::•/.HI.'KKI 7 Dade Couni Flo 1 %  %  11 nI -. Judg. 1 of I .., I : and n liiimIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 3493 KRNESTINFI MCCLBI ID Plaintiff, \ -. .IIMMIi: BRVIN NT. -I. I :• (D, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JI.MMIK ERVIN McCLEOD Route I. R .< 72 loshen, A 1. buma YOC. 11M Mil: ERVIN McCL-BODi are hereb> notified that %  Complaint for Divorce has been riled igainst you bj ERNESTINF: MCCLF:OD, and .1 ire required to serve 1 1 .1 ^„ ir answer or other pleading ih^r-to on plaintiff's attorney. I'.vri. K\\ 1 INI-:Y Attoi n.•> it Ui 450 Lim ..In R ..I Mall Miami Be ich :: >, Florida and file the original answer or other Idi ading M Ith the C erk il the CI "c .it I'ourt ..11 ..1 before 11 I Si h da) ..i May 1981, othei v !-• %  %  pro c mfesso w ill bi entei y ( DATED Hi11th .1 .v .,' A •• K B LEA I H,:':M \\ 1 'I. 1' (seal) Bj R II 1 •• |. • : 181. %  t ilred niiiiiiiPACI. K\VITNF:> • • %  I'l. I I %  I %  • .,.-.. In 1 • 1 1 I ith I r '! %  •1 %  • %  i • ti NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MOTICFI IS HEREBY GIVEN that in.1. raigi 1 lea na to engage In : 1 the fictitl ~ name ol RICHARD OF'MIAMI at %  -• S.W 7tl %  \\.i. ,. Ml %  Intends %  register -..;.t name with the Clerk of the Circuit t of I • .•! 1 :ilt .. Floi RICHARD M RlJCti \N s i|e 1 • %  11. %  \VKI\STKI\ a WEINSTEIN Ai tori eya foi \ r i >lii .nt i-'.i i.m. oln 3 St, 4 7-14-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 1 • Sort I %  Sew Yo 1' •! ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lo serve .. f yom Answei to the .1 m: for I ilvorce i" -: %  11 Plu ntlfl attorneys, VVellisch, Dough%  1 / ilao, 1111 Congress Building, Mi.irn: :,. r' ,,,,, .. original thereof with the Clerk ..f the above court, .,11 or before the Sth da) 01 May, 1961, otherwise .1 I • %  ree l*ro Confeseo "iil be entered against you, Dated at Miami, Dade Count\ Florida, Oils Sth Ua\ ..I April. 1881 I." B. i.EA IIIKKMA.N Clerk of the Circuit Com t B) i: II I.ANU \^ i leput) i 'lerk 4 7-14-21-2* ...... UW l\ R Z\\ %  \ Imln %  V1NSI.EE R FERDIK %  I • NOT CE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IHFTtFHl IIVEN %  • • hi in.1. : Mgned le .1. :,:v new %  %  .nan • if TOWN SEWS SI:I:\I. 1: ,• 321* A\ .11 %  • Mill 11 1 F %  • it reglsti %  -.1 Id 1 ame with the thi • in uii 1 ..in 1 ..1 1 iqde %  JOHN Hl'NTER l: \ STEPHENS Boh 1 >w ii.-r1 14, 21 _• 3 :. \ w lend I Clerk '...II.I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE /ESTH JUO'CIAL CIRCUIT OF -OR DA rN ANO FOR DADE (COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 6'C 29 VK I '.K'l.l. %  ff, IE PA IKER, ant ^OTICe TO APPEAR • od. % %  •. ..•!. 1'.:. \'ii \\. %  %  1 'alii are it a 1 omplaint f.>r has been I ed against > ou and • hereb) required to nerve 1 %  ir n .. on plain I IfTi atS E --I Ave Miami. Fla rlgl il 111 ill. 1 'lerk'* .•! il Courl ..II ... before the -".1 May, 1941, itnerwlae a decree -• will be entered : LEATHERMAN, Clerk of 1' rcull 1 '..uii B) 1. II I.AN'VVAY. Deput) I 'lerk SI, 4'7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l> HERF'.liY GIVEN that Irlng t.i engage in luitlness indi the flctll lous 1 ime ol 1: \ i'. IN AGF:S -Y BI ir.o \\ II s: 1 1 to reglstei aid %  • a'iti % %  rrk % %  thr I 'ir. till ol 11 • i. County. Kloi 1 MVI.KS i: VT< IN SEAL 1 I'l SN Vttorm %  M • Eaton \ i,-|... BI 1* Miami 32, Fla 4 7-14-21-58 •E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. T LORIOA IN PROBATE No M304 Estate ol PRItl BHAR< 'FF, -,l Inn ,.r 11. in,IAgalnsl Saiil • .1 III.I r. quii. d .1 1 and demands ma ive .m.i ui.-i t he 1 'RRIH -., VROFF di %  i'l. v Fl irlda %  IUI • 1. • :.i in ih. 1 • 11 Dade C %  >'" date ol 1 pub or tl ,''-'.',AVKNtKi I 1,1.1 N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I'TH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 6IC 3*20 ainal TERESE BERK Plaintiff, \ VLBERT BERK, 1.. •. lai NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ALBERT BKRK c .1 M.in tsteln ?,:•''< 44ih fhreet Sunn -I'll-. Long l.-land. New York Yol' Alii: HEREBY NOTIFIED that .1 BUI of Complaint for li\ii"*'e. hasbeen fi'e.l i-;:,in-l \"LI. wherein TERESE BERK 1the plaintiff ami w.'i ..*•-• herei,\ required to serve a r..|i\ ..1 your answer or pleading in : : %  i-i BUI >l Complaint for Dlvorea on plalntlfi 1 tl -n-->. Mil. r ON A FRIEDMAN, nil Aineley Building, \ii ,-. rlda .1 file the original T .\x. %  ..• p|. idtng In the office ol the lit 1 'ourt, 1 de Coun" .ni. Florida .HI or before I 1 la) of Ma). 194)1. If Igmenl i\ default b .•!-:> ou for th. %  'omplaint foi 1 • I. iSE ASH :RF:D at Ml.i Vpi II KM AN %  '.: 1 I 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 3520 PHYLUM 1: C KI.KI.N U U.S. >.\ I' aim \ .ROBER 1 EARL W'll.si.N. I 'efendant COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE Tt> ROBERT i:\RI. WII.SO.N • .-\ • • drup .< Parcel Englm ..rinK Corp B v 41Norfolk Vlrg You ire h 'reb> noi 11--.I tha I Cn "i ilnl for 1 'H % % % %  t has been filed igainst you. and you ire req ilred i-serve a cop) ol your Answer or pi ad< ing to the Complah I on the Plaintiff n Vttorney, IRVING PF7SKOE, Baqulre 1,1.1.1 \ Krome Avenue, Homestead Florida, and file th.original Answei .ir Pleading m the Ol the 1 'lei k of tl C "irr on ir I>.I ire the sih da) of May, 19(1, otherwise the Complaint iil be taken aconfessed .,. DONE and ORDERED at Miami, I'a.ie County, Florida this Sth da) ol April. l"l K. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 -.ill B) F. H I.ANW \Y 1 leputy Clerk 4 7-14-21-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 8tC 3517 N'l'UA B > MK'.l'Kl. Ml 'RALES Paaeo Y 21 Vedado n..\ an 1. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to serve .1 1 ip) Answer t" the lint I-" I"'. irce filed .1 rainel you on Plaintiff's attorneys, BERNSTFJIN A. M LI.ER, Congres Build n M in 1. and to 1 n 1 thi %  • eof with tl 1 ~ I the the 1th da I I • %  : %  • % %  re. Pro %  1 •,-. 1 Ml in I'II 1 11 • %  K. I HAS %  I E. H LAN WAY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. SIC-3370 IN 1:1' Vdnptl 11 ,.f Infani 'Iiil.l B) Marim Ban I'riiii NOTICE TO APPEAR T 1 Richnrd K Rigdon %  •• North Carol inn Prl> 111 I >epl Route '. Box ii %  i kson, Sort !> • 'arolin i Y-.II are hereh notl' • %  % %  %  • • Ron t'..ithe adoption t a minor child, Richard F7ugene 1..in, filed in Hi.Courl b) Martin Bartalls! ind > ,.11 are hereb) ordered to appear before the Honorabl. Lurlan C Proli* Ir one of thi Judgi •• ihla c. 1, •lie 1 lade Count) Courl Ho ise, Miami, Florida, on the 83rd da) ol Mav, |98| it < %  '.. ... %  ;... k A.M.. and allow wh> said petition should not be granted, othi 1 inthe matter w II pi ,| ex pai t,-. WITNESS :n> hand and i-.-il .1 naid ouri al Mlam Dade •' ml > I loi Ida, tinI Sth day ol Vprll : >tl 1: H LF7ATHKRM t\ 'lerk .*t* the Ciri 'it 1 'ourt leeal) i:> K M l.Y.M \\ 1 1 %  W KENT JAMESON Attornei for i'-I74S4 NW ;'.iih street Miami I -'I... i,i., 1 St-59, ". R-1J Vttori • Road M Miami I:.-.,, li .:.. I 14. J : % %  IN THE COL\TY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. PLOPiOA ,\ OR03ATE NJ 52442.C IS RE JOSEPH I '• .1 NOTCE TO CRED:TORS %  HavSa id l % %  %  • I %  1 %  i'ii-. nl .. IV nl' h >i the ea [aii ol li .-...'li '. >i.i..\,; 1 late ..I Bade County, Florida to the %  .•lint. .; I. ... ,,.,, • the same in th. 1 .,.. 1 '•• mt) 'oui Ih ise in 1 >ad. IUI 1 Florida, within eight ... %  the date of the I -, b. reof, ... the same H ill be ba ECGENEJ SOLAR, ALICR SOI. \!; MILLS, Ex. 11 SHAPIRO*; FTtll.Ti All \ i-' 1 I.in. oln Road Miami Be 11 II, I 11 1.5/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 520J9-C IS RE: K-t • I VSl IS Rl iSF:SBERi I'..I NOT.CE TO CREDITORS tlitnri. ,• VI HavIna Claims ..r 1 >emai Va -• said Kstati You are hei .1.. notified ind re 1 to present an) 1 ,m ..,, ,, ,.-, i "in. ii .ni ma) have aga nsl 1 fat. il IASOS ROSK.VBER.1 .1. ,.,,, 1 'I 1 'ade •' mnty, Florid I Count) Judged of Dade Count) and file the same in theli offli • in the. Count) Court I 1 ISI n Dad '""' "a, itlm. • nh1 idar 1 from the date ..t the t rsl pu iti.n hereof, 01 the in s II be bai .1 AM: .: VRRI :rr „ 111:1.i:.\ 1: R( .si:\ rn M. Mil.TON' A KKIIM'M \N Attorne) nil Alnsle) Building Miami ;•:. Fl t 14.21 :. %  NOTICE UNOER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW N'ITH'K is HERFRY OIVEN thi< thi undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of A. A ALLSTATE and A. A. AL4.STATE8 al i'ii N.E. Ti'ih Street, Miami. Florida Intends i.i register s.ii.i names with the .'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cuuno. Florida GOI.TOMAN BROS, INC., a Florida corporation KOVNI K \ MANNHRIMER Attorneys for Goltaman Bros Inc 4-21-2*. .". ". || NOT.CE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY OH KN 'hat the undersigned, desiring t.. en-.. business undei the fictitious name of TELLS ORIGINAL DESIGNERS al 12800 Bis. i) ne Bo lie) 11 1. Miami Fla., intenil to register said nan • rh the Clerk of tl--Circuit Court ..1 Dade Count). Florida Ti:i.l,s DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. la Flu Corp 1 Louis Tell, President Mark Holzberg Sec -Trea." liKKXSTIIlN 4 MTLLER Attorneys for Applioant 1414 Conti-.-s Btdg 4'14. 21. SS, S S • 1'epU ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 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April 21. 1961 +Jtnisti narkttan Page 9-B I C/, larniinqlu yours, h Id 7Hi ON philosophies vary with each Individual woman, Br 1 '' ''*' 'l''' ,;, rt of the H d she lives in. and what her rticular needs are from a lashviewpoint. B"j ou;;h has been written on subject oi fashion to till voltes May l begins American lauty Fashion Week throughout ntry. in that week's isof "This Week" Magazine, ;i Hiil of leading American deli rs discuss their individual ^hion philosophies in terms of everyday wardrobe of the ji al American woman, of fcse designers, Oleg Cassini is I i |y one who has not been a fetter of the most coveted Coty yard. rhi ( designers were asked to n fS briefly then guidl to lerican beauty, Prom Oleg sjsini, "Understatement is the fnt of elegance. Underplay krything. This will upstage the )< rs I i Galanoa, whose collcctr\ is one oi the mi si expensive all. feels color is ;i most imIrlant factor. '•Color should alIVs be Chosen to compliment in and hair colorings, Black rm< to compliment all types ol ) % %  i n it is subtle, it is elegant is the background tor beautiful ttw is. Make-up iimportant it -is the highlight accent to each ^Hoii .incoloring Discretioi, ., nl Hst. are icrcmoM considerations ^H iisint tv-r the husbands who con^Har.'ily hear the comment, "but HhiiMn t a thing io wear." while ^ %  okii-.u closet filled with ^Hotr i"'. N'orman Norcll's opin^ %  n should be theone to relaj to ^peir wives "Buy garments as ^fcvi si:n, nts Select carefullv, l^fttd \tm will not in • d as many •loii,\ i II chosen wardrobe Car; .ii ,,s ir.un places as a large arc pHE ii \: bit ol philosophy may be carried over to man) tieii stead oi being limited i thing. From Pauline in pri comes this hit ut excellent "Jdv Mart now to find out P at clothe s \ou look in -t in. %  'i one comments on how ^t.'.< : .\ • j ou look on a .in.iiv .• % %  > ours -it i f dress, i olor oi eye sha coiffuri Try n again n< |lla'.s itiicn arc the MIV ct of lany i-omnu-nis Sal!\ \ ict r a *4 tj Award winner for millinery. • i Is halt should be the subject of compliments Her philosi phy Buj a hat because it will do thing for you — not becausi your head is cold, or you afraid of a sunstroke." An overall fashion picture is discussed by Sidney Wragge \ woman evolves hi r own fashion a woman ot indecision nges with the whim of fashion trends In make-up, only one Tart of the face should he accentuated If it's the eyes, play d t n the lips with the palest lipstick — or vice versa I don't believ< in heavy makeup tor day time A hit of shadow, but no lonj: lashes or bright lipstick." INSTALLATION luncheon of the W< m< n's Cancer League oi Mann Beach at the Seville hotel Apr 4 was a '-cm. thankto imagination of Mildred (Mrs Mi rris) Gidney, chairman ol the i aj and Mrs. Paul (Pat) Brom berg who conductt d the cere mony. Tiny pink umbrellas for April -' %  • II i rs that bring May flowi rs" little red nosegays held the place cards, festooned ribbons and a prolusion of flowers deck ed the head table, and candles hunched buds served as centerpieces for the smaller -i Uings Mrs*. Gidnej paced the activi ties and solved all problems ting very cool and attractive m a white-on-wbite -'Ik shirtmaker, with matching head hugging cloche trimmed with floral • lallions. l al B ombi i gave thecharge to new officers ami hoard mi m bers With her t la me colored hair, she wore a fox trimmed sweater, in brightest orange, and carried it off beautifully Tin patterns in her multi-colored sleeieli ss Mock were outlined in -i quins. Newly • elected president Mrs Abe .Beryl i Schonlcld chose a full-length coat ol beige linen ,i matching dress and comi nsemble it h a striblack paiim sailor, bag and 'Mil |u|RS. Mickey (Yvettc K %  %  fo indi r president, a little m several weeks she hi d s| ent in the hospital, m \ er thl less looked \ei \ |0V< Ijl in a i il-slim black linen sheath s t off ith whiti collar and hat with dramatic low side sweep Berkman, Shaw Exchange Vows A double ring candelighl nil mony united Miss Lois Barbara Shaw and Martin George Berkman on Sunday evening, Apr. 9. at the Deauville hotel. Rabbi Joseph Narot, of Temple Israel, officiated. The bride's traditional gown was ol white silk organza with a bouffant skirt, and featured a fitted bodice ot imported chantilly lace, sabrina neckline, and scalloped cap sleeves. Her shoulder length French illusion fell Iron: a white -ilk organza rose, and she carried white orchids on a Bible belonging to her friend. Pennj Weiss. Her cousin. Susan Shaw, was her only attendant. Lawrence Goldblatt was best man lor the groom, and Don Colin and Raymond Brown si rved as ushi rs, The new Mrs Berkman is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and attended the University ot Miami. Her husband is an alumnus of the University of Miami, and is currently with the Federal Government. The parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs. Nat.han Schwartz, 601 SW 21 rd., Miami, and Mr. and Mis Ralph C. Berkman. ol _>;>_'7 SW 19 st., Miami. After a reception and formal dinner at the Deauville hotel, t h e young Mr. and Mrs. Berkman kit for a honeymoon in Jamaica On their return, they will make their home in Washington, DC. 'Caught' Still Catches Them Three months alter its opening in opposition to the biggest entertainment nami in local Gold Coasl ry, (aught in the Act" continues at the Downstairs room ot the Seville hotel as one of the sea son s brightest hits of the Mghl Club season. Headlining the comedy talents oi Jack De Leon and Terry Haven the cast o( six people are furthei supported by the Broadway talents ol Gene Allen, Jerry Xewby. Annt .loneand Lint a La vein. All have appeared previously in major pro ductions, bringing their own talents to 'Caught" in both enscmhlc numbers and individual solo SDOtS With sor.Lis and special comi'l.v blackout material written by Rutl Wallis, Ernie Held and David Panich. the revue shaped up as ;. bri-k. colorful show which was immediate!) hailed by the critics Shew times nightly are at 9 am 1! pin., with a special late sho\ Friday and Saturday at l a.m. Ardmori MRS. MARTIN BERKMAN Anne Frank Unit Hears Review Anne Frank chapter ol B nai B'rittl Women met Tuesday noon at Toby's cafeteria to hear a book review bj Mrs LOUIS Schw ar'/man On Thursday evening, the clap ter will hold its annual installation ol officers for 1961-62 at the Car den restaurant. Mrs Irving Reimer is president. Installing officer was to be Mrs lid SottZ. president of District > B'nai B'rith Women. Judge Barad is Speaker Legal Implications in the Eichmann Trial*' was the subject of an address by Metro Judge Frederick X. Barad on Wednesday evening at a meeting of the Democratic Club ol Mian,i Beach in the Saxony hotel. .lack Freitag showed a travelogue entitled "Mediterranean Cruise.'* Sinai Board Will j Meet Thursday J. Gerald Lewis, president, has announced that the annual meeting of the Mt. Sinai Hospital board of trustees and membership will bl Thursday evening. Apr 27. in th. Louis Woltson Auditorium of fit hospital Flection of new trustees will take 1 lace at the meeting, and there will be a presentation of reporton the hospital's past year of ad vities, TERMITES ARE SWARM IAC. CAII NATIONAL FRanklin 9*7663 FREE INSPECTION AND REPORT 11 Costs Less to Control Termites than to Ignore Them! T !,•.;•<•! oi more* iHon i I 01).000.000 yearly T-... -•. S,:r> pri | %  • mWI. *?-< tr -ir ca^se oli iKc imuhle % NEW LOW COST PROTECTION AGAINST TERMITES lor mtetted and non-inrestcd houe oW home*, '"** It costs rou nothing 10 lefld it hlcWfl termrtes Ot destn ... tfuci ." • •'--'"' ere PHGNE n toi b. a tromtd eren W AT I OX A L i: v i i: it >i i \ \ T it S CALL FH 8-7963 USY Group Has Meetings United Synagogue Youth group oi Dade Heights Jewish Congregation meets Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Young Judaeans meet Thursday from 7 15 to 9 p.m. She was visibly touched when Francis (Mrs Milton) Linn, in a siss) white eyelet shirt waist dress presented her with three gold charms — one from the League, ore from the board, and one for outstanding services to the organization during her two j ears as president The invocation was given by Mrs Ethel Gerson. whoso softlj feminine sheer floral print epitomized sluing the theme ol the ll.l\ Among all the other pretty out fits and accessories seen at the luncheon, one was a possible trend setter as attractive I i. i.Mrs Sidney) Ohrbach wore her heart on the short sleeve of her chic black—a diamond heart, oi course. 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kdcry. April 21. 1961 +Jewtst> fkridtor Page 15-B; 3n (L JH a il ^, LEGAL NOTICE i i X? w Jessica Rae Hurwitz and Carole Joy Goldbera are winners in the rec.onal Bible contest here under the sponsorship of the Bureau of Jewish Education. lessica Rae Hurwitz and Carole Goldberg f in Regional Bible Contest at Bureau Finals n the religious Bible contion.ng. Je>sica Rae Hurwitz, rst were held a* the Bureau of daughter of Rabbi and Mrs B ew.sh Education on Sunday, with ( Leo ""J* 1 ot Temple Zamora. Hebrew Academy; Mart Engel, jntestants from three state*. „!".._„''• was declared re 8 10 Tempi* Beth Am; Paulette After .'ix roundof Bible quesEDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: The Eichmann trial seems to annoy our sensitive Jack Bell, because "It is treatirrtfTar too much interest." it becomes, therefore, necessary, to point out that the reason for the trial is precisely to create an.: generate a maximum of interest throughout the world. Perhaps, il the stark realities of what F.ichmann did. are dramatized by means of the trial, humanity will never again sit idly by and allow such murderous, horrible monstrosities to occur again. Permann > s relatively unimportant, haps if enough interest is created, i Tnore s "o "punishment t J lit the then all the Jack Bells and their crime %  But what happens to the other yreat humanitarians who ,,ack Bt '" s ol ,nc world is most mi .shed copious tears over injustices P rtant If the espousal of worthy to the single, isolated, individuals '"dividual one-family causes i> they are so concerned about will Justification for great interest and then become equally concerned I manv columns, then it becomes — ; puzzling to read "I wish this trial I had infinitely less coverage." Temple Sinai. Hollywood; and Judy Humanity still has a long way to Karg. Beth Torah Congregation, .'go if "humanitarians" can publicly proclaim of this case: "It's creating about the inhuman, bestial, annihilation of 6.000.000 human beings. ,P r haps, if enough interest is deveTBped, tffen the Jack Bells of the world will see fit to drop their smug complaceny, their apathy and their complete indifference to the deep hurt and tragedy that still remains indelibly engraved on the hearts and souls of the survivors of that nolocaust. What happens to Adolph EichNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6IC 4027 I. "SKI'II II K i:\1i >N • Plaintiff I HOHBIK JKANK KKNVi IN", I I. lui.uii SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Mr*. I;..!.]... .1..,,,.. Ketifon ::.'! 1 iitllyu .%  •.•• Hi I leu 1.. > .'II I '•' .! %  '.,. !%  ,: 1 || ,.'-o!•> notified thai .1 I Bill nl %  ,mji ., nt f"i Dlvor. • In... i„ 11 1 Vim, .111.1 >uu ..1. iev.uired to -. ii. "i'> of .'. • Aiixwcr or Pleading i< >' Hill "i <'<>mulaiiil on the plaintiff' AM. .in./. SlJEVIN tiiuiUMAN Allol T/.M \.\. 1. Seyunld Kuildlng, 38, KI..I ;il.i ,,ii,| file tl 1 '"•'I knKWi r I'l. uding .1 si,. ,fi "' the Clerk ..1' id. 1 ,„ : I" ""•• tin 19th dn> "• Mas 19*1, II v..,i fall 1.. .1.. %  1 ..._.. ,,,.. fault will I,.. taken r, ^;, i i; r ^,,. : |„ r Hi. reliel demanded in the BUI of 1.1 llll Tin.notice -hull 1.. published TIC* • ...Ii u.-rk for f'HIi%  :..-.-. %  :r Vrte-Ka in ill H: .11 V\ I.-II KI.ORIDI \\ DONE AMI 1.1:1.1:1:1:1. „ %  M. jm i, 11. .II. 1.1. tlii!M|, .!., .,: A|>. I, A I). I'.i.l lR I. i:\TIIKk.MAN. Clerk l in nil Court, Dade Count 1lor 1 lueul) nl.'l Other winners of the art contest were Frances Greenberg, far too much interest." nal winner. GEORGE GOLDBERG Miami Dade Federal Savings %  n 3 LOW COST ^p HOME FINANCING Whether you plan to buy, build. remodel or refinance See a ^f Dade Federal Mortgage Loan Consultant. There's no obligation' "TT 3 Our low r.ite low cost. n* monthly payment • tgaga in %  %  • ike •.• %  is ship easy -.'aV-L'llLlDade Federal Savings D I O a N A ft 1 O C 1 A I O H O MiAWi 5 C0NVENICNT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU Main Ollice FLAGLER at FIRST AMattttii Branca — 14ft N W.Mlh $1 N. Miami cViich11171 N.W. 7th kit. Tm,mi lunchI SO I S.W ttk $1. E.!.n Ccnltr Irmch 51ft N W 7th kit. !JAD£ FEDc^A. ReSO'JRCES -tcD 145 : Carole Joy Goldberg, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. A David Goldberg, was runner-up. Jessica and Carole will represent the Southern region in the national finals ot the Bible contest in New York City on Apr. 30. The national winner will win a tree trip to Israel. Other contestants of the regional Bible contest included Michael-Ann Russell, of Temple Israel; Aileen E. Jacobson, Atlanta Georgia; am Rose Raskin and Stephen Kolitz. Jacksonville, Fla. Jcdges in the contest were Dr. Isaac Unterman and Herbert Berger, with Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau, administering the contest. Marks, Temple Beth Am; Jeffrey Marks, Temple Beth Am; Jack Weintraub, Temple Beth Am; Jeffrey A. Raymond, Beth Torah Cong.; Joel Per win, Temple Beth Am. Also Sandy Werner, Temple Israel; Marilyn Seitlin, Beth David Cong.; Daniel Luchms, Hebrew Academy; Linda Green and Sandra Fisher, Temple Beth Am; and Oren Harari. Temple Sinai of Hollywood. !!• M CAVALARIS, Depul. 1 'Ii • k SIIKVIN. <;..,. UMAN A HDLTZMAM ..is He>4>uld Bulldlnit Miami JS, l-'| |'|; 1-8721 4/2i-t. r./r.-ia IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52023 IX RR: Kntate ..f ESTHICK Hi.i.r Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'., AM Creditor* and Ail i'erson* H.iv%  — 1 "talmii ..r Den in Ada nst Said ne i.rst place winners departed. ho Bonds. Prizes to other ,,, ,. • ,,v ..., .•;,,, u ,,„ • %  ,,..„,i „t k^k. „H 1.. los t 'heir li>e> Al Kiddu^h Hathe .am. will b, i Prize> to the first place winners u ere Israel winners consisted of books and Israeli art materials, through the courtesy of Bonds for Israel. Winning art work was on display. EDITOR, The Jewish Fleridian: The yearly memorial observance of the six million Jews who lost their lives under the Nazi heel should be commemorated This year, it fell on the 27th day of Niv.li are h.reb> notll -1 ind requlrsan. which was declared Memorial '"'. .''; i''-—'•' n.. iluh a 1 de anda Day by the Parliament ot Israel. ^ l. 'I'^ln'uV,,.,:: ^ It is sad to note that our own l '" 1, >unty. Horida 1 the County people, the ones who survived the l"^ LI",^' .'^ Nazi oppression, are also begini Courthouse in l;i. he %  'ounty .:nt^. Klorida, hem." ; L 'Kii'A NKW M w Adml 1 .-•, %  ,. The New Americans Club of KM her Wolf. i>. Greater Miami's memorial meet^J'^u,ufTrulfwd V ing Last year only attracted some Miami 3:. i .f and again will be shown at the, annual meeting ol :h* Bureau of Jew*0 people. Perhaps watching teleish Education, • 1 be held on TuesUM n :,; home was more important First-place winner of the essaj day, May 23, at the DiLuto hotel, tor the others mtest iMDorene Ross, ol Beth Annual meeting will feature the In general our Greater M David Congregation, with Ricky graduation exercises of the BuJewish community, w.ih all of its Lebowitz, ot Tempie Beth Am. reau's Central Hebrew High School many activities, does no: corntaking lir~t place in the art conI test other winners of the essay contest included Joel Mandel Kornreich, Hebrew Academy; David Ferguson, Tern pie Beth Am; David If. Leopold, Temple Beth Am; Laura Schwartz. Temple Judaea: Karen Feingold, Beth David Cong; David E. Luchins, Hebrew Academy; Wayne Silver, Tempi.' Judaea; Shirlej Baumwald, Beth David Congrega lion; Ira I) Giller Temple EmanuEl Philip Cold. Beth David CongreOku tunes i ." JOHN DOW D \\ IV -• \' ,li. d Apr IS II. • i • • • %  • %  %  .m \'.u Vork ind *.i I tavern in< > %  %  %  '-re Ii v ,i Viirk i' %  Ith %  '• • %  M< I i VVaxhinelon 1L.IL;. I... ally. memorate this important event. It would he worthwhile lor us u practice t h e example of New York, where on Mar. 26. the communit) arranged .. Memorial Meeting for the Six Million, which was attend, i by thousands. NECHEMIA GOLEMBIOWSKI Miami MORRIS FRANKLIN I %  .d Apr IS III nme %  %  .-ear* as (I mil I was tl ... • ii. •-,.." %  .1 ....• %  %  .; %  • :: .I %  I IV ,,l hi Ills ttiie It I •%  : Vpi i: i" Hi %  • I, Mem il Cl gation; Suzanne Berman. Temple vVaMiing-ton av. Beth Am: Anne Beller Freedman. LEGAL NOTICE PniHtedt*: BOSTON, LOS ANGELES LONDON THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR AN INTUNATIONAl JUL E ANN KLEIN ;, da Ifthl. % %  % %  \--i-il • Stale \ttr.,.., and Mr* I :.l\ ird > Kle n, • KI.I S\\ %  .i\ '!:.,I Apr Variet) "hildi .n Hopil .1 i tot d. hei parent, -i %  \r nurvlved b> n bniher, lain ren. • A her |i i trr;ind|Hi i-nt* Mi ind Mra KVed K .in.i her maternaj ra • u:Mi and Mm I ma v,. • %  • A M .... r RIVI Menu %  •I IRVING BACHRACH %  ... v • • I A .,. %  %  • %  : 11 IIIK wife. S %  ; in Rivef-Kld. Mi I nteresting Accurate Complete Intemotional Newt Coveroge The Chritllan Science Monitor One Norway St.. Boston 15, Most. Send your newspaper for the time checKed. Enclosed find my check or money order. Q 1 year $20 %¡ frmontns $10 %¡ 3 months SS Nan-e SAMUEL KAOASHAW .... I A, %  .' x i I ; %  I II,. wax %  Surviving* % %  a i %  .,ii. i, ll.lr. %  and I i l liildr. n Rervh'i w • re v-, 1 \' Chapel Wanningli .n .i \. JOSEPH FRIEDMAN .. iif 542 I. : .' • %  M in lied Apr > H her. evei x,., .,C'. fi om New Y .rk ind •> ii member of the Hebri ^ \ lei i s:n A \ ng ire two 'I tuahtere Ii • r-ludlng Mm !.• %  • %  Berneteln. and two %  .iiSei i %  \ 11 in Ri\. rsi.l, Memorial Chapel, Washington JULES J KATZ 531 SW 8 I A T II.^ rron Oi • %  Ml v I : NOTICE UNDER FCTITIOUS NAVE LAW XOTK'K is HKItKII^ i %  tlii %  : \ N IA Ft 4 PACK V.il : s.w N H hlorldn int. niinn n Ith thi : •, i.. % %  i ir.du l*ARLT< 'N I ": > Sole %  >v %  KKSSLKK, UARS .\ K< 'Til \ %  i • %  Vpplicanl %  .. S W ltd St 121-2* CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JLOICIAL ClRCU T. DADE COUNTY. FLA. %  : i %  %  \ .!• I •! %  !!! %  : NOTICE BV OUEL.'CATION Ylt\ SKIJ.il XA A U i i with Clerk n oi \ % %  ii %  I v •• \\ V i %  %  i\ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52317-B II It ISI IIA RN : ise l NOTICE TO CREDITORS • • ,.,.. v pera.in.Hav'' ITV UNAS'.'I. OR : -1KB ne .' ..i" lemanda Against Said TEMI'Lh • red to fl!.> OUI \ii.-u • • < \ i: ner requil "'•' Circuit I • intjr i • ourthoua. Miami i %  %  m hlch you may ha uralni erve a < .... i;. ,si-: BARN I % %  '''"' > '' Metro i I late of Dade Coui '' in the Count) J • Plorlda. I v of M.ii %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS SAME LAW Ki riCK IS HKRKISV \v.\i:i. w i.tiTZ I'lall %  %  1NTKR CIT> KIN VNCE -.1RP a I"i Ida i-ori ratioi i i .'i VIM: I.I:\ INI 1ST. >s M v > MA KRIS and IIRtKiKI !'. :. :..: ml. NOTICE OF SUIT Ttl IXTKI1 s ,\ r -, lRp pre.enl "S4> HIM.I •) \l • I II i \ %  I %  %  il In %  'V, M. A S v an.I INl'KI %  .. I%  i to rem Ind tl note, .i • :\I:I: CITY Ki.v VNCE •ii. Hum D '•< • i :iev. nth Jud il for % %  tirl i. i Butt VRII W I., IT'/ i ill ..I th. -••ii.are I'. f. n lant. t s :TH. CITY FIN VNCK I.'I >!:i' \ IN > Zone ... MRS ASNIE R.PPS %  i %  ". %  • i %  IOUI I %  agaii %  %  %  Stote P3-: %  %  %  %  ... i, M. I II ,\ i I Servi.e. 1 I i %  Vtl • I 11



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Page 14-B +Jeistn€ridiar F "dcry, April 21, I96i Joey Adams Due for Cedars Joey Adams, night ilub and tele\ on entertainer, and president of the American (iuild of Variety Ar.ists. will fly to Miami on May 16 to help raise funds for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. According to Herbert Gelernter. Coral Gables hii-ines^ and civic Uaritr. Adam> will be toastmaster at a Temple .ludea dinner given in txhalf of the ho-.pital on that date. Aciams has written six books ar.d was honored as Man of the Year by both the March of Dimes and the Boy Scouts of America He is known for hi* toa.lma-'.er queting personality at dinners and banAdam-' appearance at Temple Judta will be his first visit to corai Gables, Gelernter reported. The Temple Judea dinner on May 16 is the tirst in a series of Temple functions which will be given throughout Da de county for no.-pit a 1 Memorial Slated For Halperin M Sac pr< lent, will ihl) meeting of Farband, Ben-Gurion Branch, on \ ..*, Beth El COBJ %  '•• n. ess hairman lent, will direct memorial services in i golon Halperin, i \:>r 12 rit I t h< !., %  is of the fou i,.. : irii n Branch, and s offices. Pn viousto Farband Branch. Play Featuring Aronovitz' Life Goes on Boards JOEY ADAMS NEW YORK CITY : :. r mportenl business z-"i leisurely pleasure TIMES SQUARE • HOTEL WOODSTOCK %  t Ftrnadtz. Ctnn Mflr. I %  F : 129 WEST 43 ST. foi rochore iing.es Sft • S8 doublet $10-513 JUDSON 2-5000 Ceremony Set at Cedars Hospital Religious leaders ol all faiths were to join Mayer Robert K • ers for Ced I I i I non Hospital a! a "Blessing ol the edar i remonj i n Thurs• • >-o-pital In ;> %  Biony. v nvite ,. r tber ;n er for 1 spital %  Biar y ha : aders ol all faiths havi ini hi raj that his • %  : %  pital will tnbuti • : %  %  r ess to life, healtl edical ki ge In spiritual teB.-ioi ihe Ci dar Leaves b> lea lers of all faiths er ol brother the manj frictions throuj Mayor High dec'.. • weel Also ressinj I In gal hi nng was \, i, San lei T Sapiro, presi dent of i Lebarn ^:' fi rd K Bronstein, hospital was • i ond 11 tour ihn I spital when %  Cedars pen ittreat thi : %  at • mated cost S 4 ..V -^ Dr. Kahan fo Speak %  — B !M • le service1 Dr peak oi of Israel's I I elel Hoi A Troclamalion from the office of Miami Mayor Robert King High has declared the weekend beginning Saturday. Apr 22. as Abe Arono vitl Week in Miami." The announcement coincides with the opening of -Shingle on Klagier Street." the musical play ba-ed on incidents in the life of the former Mayor, presented by the Temple Emanu-EI Players lor three consecutive nights at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. In recalling the Mayor's 3o years ol devotion to civic affairs, coupled with hilo-s to the community on the event Ol his death on Jul> 11, 1960. the proclamation further urges •all residents of Miami to pause and remember the many services pertormed in their behalf by this civic leader during his lifetime and if possible, to altmd 'he play. Shingle on Flagler street." written honor." The production is written and ill Tnxie Levin. Heading a cast of 30 is Jimm> Ri -. nstraui h Miriam Weinkle in the role ot •h. Mayor and hiwife, Doroth) Mrs Aronovitz. who is still active t> th thi h eh the • A met and iti ai ned, has pi % %  iction her 'slncei -• blessings." -• re llop< Pom in. Ht lene Sen. Smothers Due At Home Meeting Judgi Cypei pn sidenl ol ish Home tor the Agedof Greater Miami, will give %  pro ress report al %  nnual memtx rship met %  %  ind i afternoon, \; • Gardens ih will also present plans for 125 additional bedfor the Home and the study on the apartment hous4 pi eel now in progress Sen. George Smathers, member cf the special Senate comnv'ttee on the aged and aging, will be guest of honor. to Mi Sol Sibi retirii from the presi dencj of thi reatei '•! %  mi Worn, %  -. ..''. aftei n than .> i for her i Ira %  : :i lion • %  to a \i\il i 'i Koretsky, Klliott Harris. Bernard Selevan, Lottie Morton. Dr Philip Siern and CorWiH Milton Blum Also Reubin Levin. Hylan Kout. Fred Stem. Charles Rosenblatt. Arthur Shapiro. Albert Kapuave*len (ieltman. Ethel Blum, Phyllis Selevan and Barbara Kaplus. Also. Rote Kline. Iris Cutler. Barbara tie'Pm. " ol the opening of the Hebrtw University of Jeruislem, Dr. Tabor, who received his Bachelor t Science degree with honor from Ihe University oi London in 1*37, was principal scientific officer of the Israel Research Council from 194? util 1951, when he assumed his present position as director of the National Physical Laboratory of Israel. fa| oi i research fel in app i s *u al ll< brew ., i. •. eei thi hea I ol ael Governmenl solar ener Aaron Book-p;,r. hat been name* .m account executive for :he Him a) Sheldon Insurai <• tgeog oj Miami Beaeh I '. mn -ergeant in the i a j^ lice Department > (he holder M many awardfor >ei field OPENS MAY 1st: the new SHERATON-CHICAGO ONE OF NEW YORK'S FINER HOTELS IN EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL AREA Of WASHINGTON SQUARE Spacious single rooms from 10 daily. With airconditioning from • 12 14. Lavish 2 and 3 room ipis. with serving pantries. Substantial savings by (he month or on lease. N. Schfiniiun. 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Friday. April 21. 1961 +Jewi§ii FkridUan Page 3-B Sunshine Chapter Installs Officers Mt. Sinai Garden Club members are busy at work with table decorations for their installation luncheon May 10 at the Alciore hotel. Featured will be a flower fashion parade, showing members' creat.ve talents by wearing flower appcrel. Left to right are Mrs. Morris L. Steinberg. Mis. James AoramI'son, chcirman of the day. and Mrs. ZachaTy Ec:ley. Southgate Unit Forty-Niners to Elect p Temple Emanu El's club I %  V#t?rernOiiy senior citizens will meet <*n TuesL Special candlelighting ceremony (iay 8 r %  ,n Slrkin H;i at ,he ated to the Bar Mitzvah celerem P' The evening will be de %  ran :. ol the State of Israel was v *w to the election of new officers : .. rt of the program o* tnt reguanol the board ol dir meeting of the Southgate group n c t } ors of ,n Forty-Niners, who .1 Hadassah beld Apr. 11 at SouthUI f e !" dunn >:,; *" h •' %  hte Towers social hour and refreshments fol. lowing. I Members who par'mpated were V' i Bernard Aikerman. Jat )h Bernstein. Joseph Buraek. Leo iamond, Rose Ellen, Hyman earl Stein, Max Topper. Bert en berg. David Saxe, Tillie L warts, Bartieh Siegel. Ed gel, Ann Waterman and Henry .. rnick. *!'•%  ••-> v ere extei d< d to Mr act b '.'• rnsN m, ho are ma. trip to Isr; • I for the coffe< s s%  e Temple Menorah Singletons Temple Menorah Singletons will hold a >oeial or. Sundaj venii the Temple's Youth Lounge The group welcomes unattached men and women over of age William Tugenbei Mrs. Jack Homelsky was in chant of ar • %  Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'nth Women will celebrate its annual installation of officers at the Americana hotel on Saturday evening. Apr. 29. OMicers being installed a*s-*~ „... Mesdames Jack D. Goldberg, president; Milton M. Weinberg. coordinating vice president; Florence Bernstein, ways and means vice president; Louis M. Collier, membership vice president; Sam M. Bredt. program vice president; Bernard Friedman, recording secretary; Sidney T. Levin, financial secretary. Mesdames Jack Wallace, treasurer; David Shapiro, corresponding secretary; Allen Abrams. social secretary; Joseph Newman, sentinel; Joseph K. Berger. guardian; Richard Sill, historian. Mesdames Frank Burg, elected hoard member; Joseph Samuels, Pioneer Women Slate Meeting Mrs. | in charge ol Mis Harry Yanisch Mrs. William Beckwith, president of Golda Meir Club, will conduet the next regular meeting on Tuesday, 8 p.m.. at Beth El Congregation. Nominating committee will present a slate, and election of officers will take place Mrs Meyer Kahn is chairman of the nominating committee. Mrs Paul Berlin, president of Coral (Jables Club, was to condUCl a meeting on Thursday. Apr 20. 8 p.m.. at Cookies restaurant. Miracle Mile, Coral Gables Installing officer will be Mrs. ; Gerald P. Soltz. president of District 5 B'nai B'rith Women. elected board member; Mack Sherman, counselor; Albert W. Gordon. Co-chairmen for the evening are trustee: and Thomas D. Friedman. Mrs. Thomas D. Friedman and trustee. Mrs. Sam M. Bredt. Shop Burdine's for the Soulh's widest assortments best m values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop monday and friday nights, rniami, mi.mi beach 'til 9 163rd $trt, ft. laudardal*, wait palm beach 'til 9.30 A Memorable Summer for Your Youngsters Camp Lakeside 1 c Fer Boys ond Girl* 3 Norton Segal Jeny Nudelman Winter Address 1000 N.W. leJeunc Rood P.O.B. 35-955, Miami, Flo. Grade A NC Bd o< Health On Beautiful Lake Osceola Hendersonville, N. C. 1 Riding • Water Skiing • Sports 1 Arts, Crafts and • Field Programs HI 4-2462 RY-KR1SP makes your d i eting more than just Dade PTA Council To Get Slate Mrs. A. S. I)e( esare. < hairmari of the nominatingg committee, will i nt for ejection th< slat, of • • w offict rs ol th Dade Count) PTA Council on Wedm sday at %  eetinj at Meln -< Elementary ol from in .. m until n i Mrs Milton Weiss, outgoii pn side %  • >• il] condui I • • %  -••)< %  lin Principi %  %  ol An as 13 a 14 will be ti • %  two n< w( si P l A's are I Park Elementary and Roc* • r High both in Area 14. and both organized in March. NOW REGISTERING CAMP PERRY MMER RESIDENCE CAMP Boon* & Biownc; Ro. N.C. • IN THE MOUNTAINS'' FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 8 13 Sports • Riflery (NRA) • Riding • Swimming Field Trips • Arts & Crafts • Overnight Camping 3 and 7 Wiekl Program ALL ADULT SIPERMSON • FOOD (The" Very Finest) • Trans. Provided • MOI ORMITORIES A FACILITIES PINEWOOO ACRES SCHOOL 9500 S.W. 97th Avenue 0. A. lONTS Director Miami 56, Florida MO 1-5378 True! A double cracker <>f de lii-ioiis Kv Kn-p with butter has fewer calorie* than a slice of 'diet bread" without butter <*t the weight matching habit -get Ry-Krisp! Ral.too Purina Company. Checkerboard Square. St. Louia 2. Miiwun Golden Glades Chapter Golden Glades chapter No. 280 is planning a card party for men and women Tuesday evening al Beth Torah Congregation. Mrs Marvin Choos and B. Scheinman ol resen ations YCUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YCUP GRFATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office CAMP SKY-TOP In the Beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains R0SMAN, NORTH CAROLINA CANTOR JACOB U. GOLDFARB, Co-Owner Director IN ADDi T lON 10 THE REGULAR SPORTS CURRICUiUM CANTOR GOIDFARB Will MAKE AVA'IABIE BAS & BAR MITZVAH ClASSES. DIETARY IAWS STRICT1V OBSERVED. For Information write Cantor Goldfarb, 17320 N.E. 11th Ave., North Miami Beach, Fla., or Phone Wl 7-7006 FR 3-5581 with the you KNOW its KOSHER



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Fridcy. April 23. 1961 Jf w i <$ ih Fhrkffan ct the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and p,ace o* the ceremony horn, aodress and telephone number The corsage wif be Page I3-B yt *• f\ JA/M£S PdUl 11RALD JAN MARSHALL lr Zuckerman 'i Norman \. Shapiro will bfftciate at the Bar Mitzvah ol Ison of Mr and .Mrs. Harry nan. 2601 SW 2 ave Satt r J moniing, \ pr 22. at'Betl \:d. %  sevei ih grade Btudent I iai lior High, and I 1 %  : Beth David's reli 1 • Jerald Fine Irving Lehrman will offic Bar Mitzvah ol .ic n in ol Mr. ano MrAI Fine, dur** %  IRA WINDY J HC JOHN ing Saturday morning services Apr 22 ar Temple Emanu El. Jerald is a seventh grade honor student al Nautilus Junior High and attends the Temple's religious I:; Hi plays the clarinet, is a < of the Flamingo Park lub. and has won several trophies in swimming competition. %  • : in his honor will tx Di Iai hotel toll. 1 %  ... Frederic Ritterman % %  %  %  ol Mr. and Inej R tti rman, cell rat Mitzvah Sa!urda> Apr IS •" : nu El. Dr. [rving Lehrman offi< iated. Fr< d is in th graduating class ol the Temple religious school an.I an honor student at Ida M Fish r Junior High. He playa trumpet in the school orchestra and the teen-age band, and is a member of the B<>> Scouts of America. His hobby Is collecting rare American coins and stamps. Following services, a reception in the Bar Mitzvah's honor was held at the National hotel • • • John Charter Bar Mitzvah of John Steven son of Mr. and Mrs Louis C. Char tor. will be celebrated Saturday morning, Apr. 22. at Temple Za mora. with Rabbi Leon B Hur witz officiating. John is a seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High School. His parents will host the kiddush 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 n his honor following servici > James Frehlinq James Jay, son of I)r an MrStanley Frebling, will celebrati Bar Mitzvah at the 6:30 p.m. services in Temi le Emanu-El on Satur\->r 22. Dr Irving Lehrman vill offii lati James is • entl rade s udi nt .it vautilus Junior !! gh, %  ends thi Jan Rsse n %  • 1! be (hi •( • • Bar Mitz 1 I Ian David %  • M Sy i. %  2:1 0 Ba: S 1 %  5 morning, \pr 22 Da>


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Page 10-A l eHisJiFkridto' 1 Friday. Stii] : AS Mfemen Ar/fi// Pledge to Serve Continued from Pas* 8 A lion in the winter of 1960. Under chapter sponsorship. BftW members also participate in person-to-pcrson community-wide programs geared to bringing the hospitalized veteran back into community living. They promote mental health, minister lo patients at state hospitals for the mentalIj ill, set up facilities for giving polio vaccine shots, operate bloodmobiles and TB Xray stations, sponsor dental ...cunigs. organiie club* Jot the elderly, and provide womanpower for national charity drives. in addition, top BBW leadera attend national conlerences that reflect community life activities concerned with improvement of intergroup relations, citizenship and civic Noted Leaders to Address Special Workshop on Youth Continued frcn Paie 9-A n Hillel i %  I ic. • %  • i Post War 1 i %  15. %  %  i • i I Scrvi Born 1896. I Hei i %  i shers %  : -h Pul x A m e i trustee. ISc er. .1 Italian Minister Offers Apology Continued from Page 1 A ai e Defense his i • %  l |< %  ; ii rhe i n i %  ill i i ehel in the to \\ as | 115; FII I'laa* ii'"" (120. For Thrift Sea? m -.lijiiyfs "u'y. there'll a I0*3t reduction on round-trip tickets. See year crave] agent [or reaervi lu *?'''f is. ATLANTIC AMERICAN EXPORT LINES Na the %  .,: i i • %  Int. : %  I • %  Bro I hon %  %  140; vio president, 1 Com 1953 %  : %  • Peni nia i il of I %  %  sitj I odt i I %  I • ember. Fed?i < i .' Vcencii Ircatei affairs, and adult Jewish education. Donor luncheonv rummage ..sales. ..theatre. parties., and a teas are among fundraising events >e! up b> BBW members to collect money which will benefit the Bnai B'rith Youth Organization, one ,,i the world's largest organization-, for Jewish youth. B nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, for college students; and B'nai B'rith \ o* ..uon.il Service .. r planning; tin BBw philanthropii s, including \ i evi II' spital; the Jewish enter: B'rith Center ors %  • %  %  %  i %  Moadon 1o Celebrate %  i V.\ \ s f New York %  Will fice. 424 Dr. Nathi Sorofl ick right), of Coral Gab'. :cctot of the Government of brae] .:. base S100.Ce istrial Israel. Ru ip ol lead %  %  • x>k to I Sl.fi • loans Ii (try. Durii q the Ihn • %  iel '. :: %  Mi^furlton National Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. STREAMLINER SERVICE ON SEABOARD'S SILVER METEOR SILVER STAR Lv Miami 9:00 A.M. Lv. Miami 4 :40 Ml %  a TVD|r Your SEABOARD picture of pleasant, ITHLAL comfortable travel! Private room i REDUCED ROUND-TRIP FARES IN mans: de luxe coaches with nwervt I COACHES, MAY 1 NOV 15 reclining seats: spacious tavern ot i vation and other lounge facilities FROM MIAMI cellent meals at low prices. F NEW YORK *7rt?i on ,he SILVER FLEET: REGISTERED wacuiMrrnsi NURSE Passenger Service ; I WASHINGTON 51.35 Se. board s exclusive "Hospitality PHILADELPHIA 62.97 Hour." (Plus tax and nom.nal charge tor reserved Enjoy friendly, thoughtful Seaboard coach seat each way) sefvjce eyery mj|e flf g£ wav REDUCED PULLMAN TRAVEL L* us "anga car rental before you la** ROUND-TRIP FARES FOR PULLMAN AND DE LUXE COACH ALSO IN EFFECT MAY 1 Mnu ie ACCOMMODATIONS: Please phone I ML3U IN trrtLT MAY 1-NOV. 15 ,.,,, ,., ,„ n „,,„„. 73 E Flapler 9 ?206 NW /h Av.. Miami. 1553 V. ton Ave.. Mumi Baach; 1240 S.E. I I %  ,.„-_ %  Ave Hialeah; West Hollywood Blvd. WIDE VARIETY OF Hollywood W. J. FICHT. G PA. New England. Canada? Seaboard offers ^^&i TX just the vacation you want. THLAIRL TOURS in New York City, too; orchestra seats to top Broadway shows, hotel '. sightseeing. SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGFNT' [& ^-^ phone write or v.s.t nearest Seaboard >r literature and informat.on. bil 1 1 **' -"•* %  Ti"*"* I



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Page 12-B *Je*ist ihrk/kHf) Friday. April 21 1951 MORRIS B. FRANK Cohen Seeking Council Seat Ted Cohen has opened hi^ campaign for election to the Miami Beach Citj Council in the June 6 • ii by pledging "a vigorous campaign in the John F Kennedy ii id it ion to renew the prestige of Miami Beach A 38-year-old insurance cxecuCoben a> special projects chairman for the Kennedy camgn, Cohen is a Navy man. having attended Annapolis, and i> currently treasurer of the l s Naval v ademy Alumni Assn He was the rocepient ot the DlS..i.shed Service Award as "Outstanding Young Man ot Miami %  • ach" and the Presidents' Council Honor Award. "He was among leaders who spearheaded the drive fi r the construction of the new Miai i Beach High School and then led the drive to have it air-condiiinned." according to his suppor< Cohen is chairman of the Mayor's safety committee and the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. safety committee. He headed the Jaycees safety group, and wts commander of the Dads County Civil Defense Police. i ohei ; • president ol Ihi M ach Young i lub, -• rves on the group's coui ty nard t lirectors He is immedt,n-. ; %  I the Ml i;ach Jaycces Cohen is \ ice :. Icnts i \ d %  ; thfi •' is district i hair Boj Scouts oi America i n i mbei ol the llit> >< us Mas mil l. idge, Elks Lodge I, c n ic I • a jue, Miami Beach .id en Realtors and Miami Beach ior Citizens. I will concern myself only with les which I. as a city council II .in. can help resolve. Cohen .d 'There is little sense in bomli rding the public with problems use place are at county, State Ol iederal levels He said that he is a strong advocate of overall planning. "Only by following a master plan can we be assured that improvements are being made not only to meet Frank Reelected At Beth Jacob Morris B. Frank, president of Beth Jacob Con r. gation, was re el< i ted at the annual meeting of tiu congregation Frank is one of the founders* of the synagogue, as well as a Miami Beach pioneer Other officers elected u e r e Aaron Lerner, vice president for seventh term; Morris Kreval se< ond vice president; Man Libertieasui• r: Israel S hultz financial secretary: and Max 1> Goldhagen. recording secretary The meeting was ipened by Rabbi Tibor Stern, who g ive a resum? of the congregation's activities during the pas: year Greetings were extended bj Beach Councilman Marcie Liberman. Hen Gaines, Councilman Her nard A. Frank, and Mrs Louis Baida, Sisterhood president Participating in the meeting were City Manager Morris Lipp. Abe Eisi n berg, Sam Schwartz, and Nathan Kohler Members of the board of directors fer the coming year are i i n T!D COHEN Budget committee of the Greater Miami lewdent Sam I. Heiman. Kenneth Myers Arthur • Samuel Hi • I %  Su "i lei Bl • Invi Ben l i I'ohel I I • i .1 %  p |1 M % %  • i %  v • %  I i • • lid, >., • iim '; %  ; • it \i • ..; i. i K 11 I. K V I > M.I K • %  i, .Krev.il Sat • %  • : [>r ChH i :.• 1. M I.I it.n I. KHII I. M itx, Hart; ... N %  1 %  .i Ri. niiru M H il.i %  i \ i .. /. i., oi v.> %  .V.I.I 11 n,i T. mi. I.T. Mol< Tendril h Mori I* v> H holiie I %  • I* w .. ~-. i %  %  ., n. Sol PI Jack \\ ichi itxl Har > /, ish Federation meets to consider 1961 alloca tions to beneficiary agencies of the Combined Jewish Appeal Chairman Leon Kaplan '.left' announced that the committee will shortly present recommendations to Federation's board of governors for approval. At a recent work session are (standina* Kaplan. Sam Cohen, assistant director of Federation. John Temple. Clemen Ehrlich. Theodore Berman, Dr. George Graham. Joseph Garfield. Federation piesiS. Rosichan. executive director of Federatoand Fred K. Shochet. associate chairmai the budget committee. Seated are lip Scmet, Dr. David Kirsh, Sol Goldrna:. I Budd Cutler. Mrs. Milton Siikm. Mrs G Simon, and Sam A. Goldstein. Members shown a:e Ray Berrin, Ben Glle: Jc % %  • p Gordon. Melvm L. Green, A. J. M Robmscn. Col. Nathan Rood. Mrs Sat Simonhof? and Lawrence Singer. GMJCC Branches Elect Officers the needs of the moment, but for the future also. "The economy Ol our city must be restored to insure the invest jnents of our property owners and to assure our visitors stability in accommodations and purchasing (Cohen said Cohen headquarters are open at 10O4A Washington ave pNDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN AT BALMORAL New offtceranil board mem bers were elected recentlj at special meetings of each ol the bran ches of the Greater Miami Ji Community Center Presidents tor the coming year are Clemen .1 Fhrlich. Miami Beach branch; Howard Dunn. North County branch; anil Stan ley Spieler. Miami Beach Serving with them will be Miami Beach Branch honorary president, William Sussman; vice presi dents Marshall Berkson and Jack Katzman; recording secretarj Je rome Weiss, financial secretary Harry Raskin. North County Branch vice pres idents, Irving Denmark and Don:'.', I Reiff; secretary, Mrs. Seymour Wang Miami Branch: honorar> president, Mrs George A Simon vice president, Herschel Rosei financial secreti r) Arthur S • i retar). Mrs Leslie Blumbi Memb -rs of tl nev directors i M Mr and Mrs Jack Ai in, Mrs Stanley rhall Fi ui r Mr Gladsden, Mrs Jacl Gn Community Center Sets Annual Meet Ti 'ii annual dinner meetini the Greater Miami Jewish Com nuinitv Center will be held Sunday night. May 7. at the Dupont Plaza hotel, with music tor dining and dancing Highlight of the evening will bt election and combined installati in Of officers and directors of each oi the constituent branches ot the center, along with the central board. Representatives of the United Fund and the Greater Miami Jew ish Federation, of which the Cen tor is a beneficiary agency will attend and extend greetings Serving with William Sussman, chairman of the planning commit tee, are Marshall Feuer, Jacob Katsman. Merle Litman, Milton Sponi. Joseph Masters and Mi dames Jack Amazon, Marshall Berkson, In i nark, Howard Reiff, Mill 1 > Spieler. Arthur Stei u liam Mis-man and .1, rome Wi I %  lore Simkowitz is p-esn Tfce •rettite Aidrtit" Hebrew Free Loan Meeting Greater Miami Hebrew i ., Loan Assn held .. special meeting Monday evening at Beth El Congreon. Mrs Sam Cordon Hyman Kim Phil Kent Mr an I MrI hi 1 omaskin. Dr Elan e N'I e lell M hel Rosenthal Em inuel Push V el R '-Ii \ ins • %  A Simon, MrSi Spieler, Milton Spool Mrs Phil Stem and Stuart Winston Miami Beach Branch Andre Bin lolenki. Mrs Leon Epstein, Fred 1. Richard, Mr\ ..id Rosen, Joaepl R Same? Art hie S : Weiss North County Bt Dr '., Bliu h, Mrs Hows Fred Browne. Mrs s Mrs Irving Denm irk Mi •! Dunn. Herbert E -c\ Mrs HarU Creene. Howard (i Mr. %  nd Mis Aanui Gold V:Frisk Hackmyer, Elliot ls>enberfj E:ward Kaplan. Mi Harn Kaufnus Fenton, Dr. Jerome Fleeman Ales lack Lampert, Merit Mri Freidin Mrs Norman Ciller. A u >i Goldman, Mrs Robert Grossman Benjamin Grad. Dr Marvin Isaac son, Dr Shirley Jacobs, Bing K->soff. Judge Kenneth <>k.< St l-i lore Marv Dt !' Robert Pollack v,rDonai Kv ••; Mrs Harold Russe S M %  "on Dr Fr,.r '•. St I II i Mrs Gerald I h have a truly luxurious I wedding Jbauifluet at the excitin* Fabu'cus threat ser.sibit pricts! Bec:.se Di • J ipertly trained stall wean r event I than youcoui-i maene 1 Yet >ou will enjoy ill tie glimour and u %  ol MIJTV BUJ h i newest luiu' h ot


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Prrce 8-B */f &f #"/ Fk rid far Frid a Y Apri] 21 '7 /\7UCC .= %  £ ehntan We the Women MOfffNCf WOMAN OF THE WEEK Florence Lewis, ever" since -he and Sid came hero in 1942 t< 1 ht Fountain oi Youth she was ill) has \\o\en a beautiful tapestry of friendship for h< I and her husband Her infecti. us laugh that crinkles i r eyes captivi ted Sid when hi sat behind her in German class when the) were both in their fir-t year at Northwestern. The German pro! t\eu pre. icted that they would be married someday Florence Cirst started in community organization work via the lime honored Parent Teacher Assn route. Many and varied are her affili. %  • %  .Proficient in languages, Florence original!} stepped %  in both feet into ;h ; National Council of Jewish Worni Service to Foreign Born Program Currently, she ipresident oi the Greater Miami Section ol NCJW, which encompasses eight divisii is eight sets oi officers, and o^ r 2.000 i .i mbers In college. Florence was an active Alpha Epsilon I'hi < >n her arrival in Miami, she ed gather up all tht wandering AEPhi form the Greater Miami Alpha Ion Phi Assn. She was advisor to the chapter at the University of Miami for many years and on the sorority's national board Despite the heavj load oi meetings ai I (ommunity activities that are part ol rx president Florence still finds time to help her husband once in a while Rut mostly now her decorating talents are confii to her own me. which sh< has done over three times Another ittraction is being a new grandmother Bndge haalways bier. ., big factor in S and Florence's busy if< i oni ol the few husband-and-wifi teams who actually liki ti ; lay bri Ige with eaih other Not to be outdone by his wife in tin tj service, Sid is presently president of the Southwest W 1 ions Club. i dinner conversation: 'Tell aboul your day Mrs. N %  "'i first, Mr Preside: RAMBLING WRECK Alice Mrs Louis Speetor jetted to Atlanta I ati son birthday, she doe.not consider him a ran vreck use be goes I G ch. she took him a lovely DI — his girl. Martha Kent .. I< • of i'hi Ep-ilen Pi fraternity pan GIVE YOUR HUSBAND A TOMBSTONE Irvin W, KatZ. principal of Miami Beach Senior Hi;:h School wai ty proud at the d( o services of the new sclv lities Too all ol the old time" PTA presidents weren't then Nettie iMrs Philip Lefkowitz and Rose (Mrs. Alex) Koyan did the honoi U I "-• Dt Ol lr. Irv's iffici on his desk, is quite an important item — a toml with thi inscription. Relax It's later than you think This should be on evi ice MrK (ound il at a counter Ma • e to be a bai gain IT WAS A CIRCUS I: r< ally *asn'i a cii • veryone had just as much tun as at the pro\( Evi lyn MrDa\ id R< th had a lu eoi her Inez Krensky w h her h Ida Krensky, of Chicago They en admiring Lilly (Mrs Harry Scl le neckla i S nd thai il > ii keep thing: long enough the) al ime back in sty her when they ere fir I irried, Mrs Marvin Silvei mad< a very pretty bartender JulietM Frachman al th< -arm U %  Eva Mrs San Zarei ai l ter, MrMaurice Rosen, oi Syracuse -• Mrs Marcus, on hear i g the discussions on organization life member. d she wantto hi a lift membei i Evelyn state on the d l ccepting i. sly the i ents on m dishes that -he had made h. rsi II WAY BACK WHEN Maurice I •, with his sisti r. I sti He and Ov P %  Jacobs am m to the rid ol the way u i lips TWENTY FOUR ROS = S V of Women's Club ihion she in a largi receivi |uel oi -'4 pu k roses each year il eon Her mother d pr udl). A BRIGHT IDEA — Bobby Markowitz, who is -oon to get married to Pat Rabin always loved Del MiRaymond)Rubin's "brownies S shower KM Del made a ceramic cake plate The plate hapink p< preen leaves, and -mack in the middle is the brownie rc ( ip doubt, will start a new fad. If the brownies don't turn out right or if the bnde-to-h* feels that -he doesn't want to be a good baker, -he car. always drop the recipe on the floor Sma-h' fsrutf Mrs. Rosenthal Fi'cks Organza Mr and Mrs v.; Id S Rosen. .,1 will livi >l I KM East" rn dr Silver Si rings, Md. following a honey moon in Nassau. The former Miss Toby Mae mann and Mr Rosenthal exchai nuptial vows Sunday, Apr ltf al th< Duponi Plaza hotel. Their parents arc Mr and Mrs ji -, | h .i B< rmann, of 730 SW 26 r M ami. and Mr and Mrs. Lou R< senth I V ashington l> C ,n Shapiro offu ,,; the 6 mony and a formal dinner in the hotel Skyn om fol• The bride m| orted silk organza lh I ; :i %  matel head] e with double French illusion veils, and carried a bouquet ovi r a Bible She w r< ;i pearl an i d n i klace .i ft fi I his grand er wed ling bai Hei sisti MrSidney In ••i..matron ol honor, and brid maidwen R XH Hirsch, Helen Goldstein an i Lois Glantz. M-Ri -< nthal i..n alumna ol V. an senior Uich and Florida Si hool ol Mi dical T chnology Her husband is a graduate ol Calvin senior High and ipre gently employed al a rug company Harvey : ..i n< r i i Washn D.C was tit -' man. and si :\ inp as ushers were Si ney Indcin. : j Shaplin and Mike B< rco%  Alt/ Hire •rum Washington, D.C, for the wedding were the Walter DieOn Max Rosenthals, the lr\ ing Malam i the Raymond Fin horns and Miss Lillian Levy From \> York City came Mr ai • • Nassau Holiday For Dressiers \ i B an i %  • rstein and Edmund Henry Dressier wen mar\ cening, Apr |5, at the Baro lona hotel Rabbi I-' Labovit: ted al the i A huh was followed by a %  I %  ption in the hotel The bri e. daughter ol Mr and Mrs Murray Gerstein, 1941 -w 18 ave atti %  di Miami High, and _radii.de.! t r o m Hialeah High -< h. ol She belongs lo Future T< a %  %  • % %  \T. I .i,, .md Musi) H rary. fr her wedding, -he chose .t i hapel l< ngth I i illoped net khne, an quins from shoulder to •' lb r matron of honoi Sophia Orkin, and Carolyn I and Orient Hirsch i maids lr an Mrs Mori NM p| are I • %  lb is ., s ffjgl Scl %  imi Hi %  1 au Epsilon Phi i Metroi an was J %  j I J. Gei h The VA ave hen th. \ n n trip to \ IN'ELUGfNT P£ROSJ 20 YRS. EXPERIENCE IN PRACTICAL NURSING Coed Comp.n.on ,,l|, ng 1O h lp 0v _, |n He-Beheld prel,.,bl y Koih.r l„.„e„ fd H pot.f.on in ,.f,ned J.*„h | jm ,| y C*ll HI 4-4447 NEED EXPERIENCED COPPER IRON S0LDERERS fo. wo-i, on LgSt ,a ug „.„,, Ini.d* work Call NA I-75M ORGAN MUSIC FOR YOUR WEDDING CEREM0NYBy JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN •nd his Portabl* Orflan JE 8-0335 v.. MM. AKNOID KCSIMHAI \\. M*S. HhKI $Tf/# M*S. IDMUSt DfftSSE' Miss Miller Bride Of Dr. Stein .i i \".:i B< %  • ". I Dr Bruce S Steir < \ O A Sunday the chapel of Temple 1 Ral hi Ir\ in^ 1 • and a ret pi (el tellou. The bri and Mrs Harding ave Di Sten MrLa %  \ .mi.. BV( ; Steir The bride IS I • • %  %  honey moon in v \ weds ^ ill red< I The bride ..••• versity, and i a >.*. University oi Miami ploye .iII <. ibles Elemi ntary The bridegr< om is i d the University I ly ol Mian cbosL Hi interne I al • '• i n leans, La and i ing re-i.U ni \ • %  and pital Jacobsons Will Live in Baltimore %  Ball i %  Md %  .,,.. ; .. | | ai Ten-.; || ,., • Rabbi || Mr and Mr|| d Miami, the • %  : %  mory i .i rently : Ml : %  •• dry ii 1 nivcrsity i | Mai ., the youni David I %  i ore FUR RESTYUHG Or. Williams to Speak ims MH piesi elations at the i n Miami ; %  %  luncl Wt CAN CONVWT root ouwcoo FUtS TO THi SMART FASHIONS OF TOa*0t*O* From $39 &4martin FLORIDA FURS ft GINK 2294 Coral Way Mi &f W 44 11 17 Las (Mat Hvd. M 4-76W T lAUMtOAU CABANAS 5 ^0fl MAY ~ N v I ** wv 6 PERSONS evi lie •un nod o oriiMiir.iif ^, k FO INFOtMATlON CAU Ml DON JE 2 2511 IN TH> ri(it' 01 M 1M II'



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Paga U-A *Jel*tincridian Friday. Ar*a 2; Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN ft Ambassador Harman Concentrates on Quiet Diplomacy! Washington A "NEW FRONTIER" ipirll has emerged bere at the Israel Embass) it h.i> no connection with domestic American politics bul rellecta the enthun m i the man) dynamic new members of the Em bass) itafl Amh.isviiil.M \\r;ih;im lluiin.in has concentrated on "quiet dtpiomac) Mo is achieving dramatic results. Mpectall) in obtaining, economic ami technical cooperation, bringing increased viabilM) to Israel Loan after loan was granted in recent months ihou^h .1 brilliant orator, Mr Harman baa s V m>.ht neither peraonal publicity nor .1 roki a. television in rfnrmer Brttish-born, Mr Harman became imbued with lionism and wont to Palestine before \\v>i-u War u His service included -*n aacignmenl .i> Consul General >l Israel in Now York Because <'t diplomatic skill and insight into the American scene ho .irelatively recently selected far ambassadorial duties Washington Seekinj even closer and not • Israel American rappori he envisaged 1 step-b> step ere \> • mutual in-. : : nThi old al mi sphet e of crisis al 1 crisis ;rad \ .'. sapi • ared "•.-.,, Kenned) is k med ems INpici j tlM nev I esi %  j pe I S military strik rot rus • sd like efficient Is \rm? A tice studies SI "\ -N N ssy is \ %  %  > \ nerved as L' S kej .v •• • w : %  • kli I • < Oterstes Keiletter: Bv ELIAHU S41PETE3 No Smoking, Please! | S R E; 5 K 9 P A R E NTL > persuaded Ihe tethfifcal9 f>ro Axis elements to send* Allied material and Hollywood anti-Fascisl fitae— o\on in diplomatic pouches— into occupied territory. While "studying" the reports -md tilms of I S. military successes in North Africa and subsequently, the ever-growing circle of viewers lost confidence in Axis victor) In IAS5 the State Department .-elected newsmen Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPilN A Good Book; Then, Charity i TELL ME ANOTHER MORNING By Zdn* Btrger. 243 pp New York: Harper & Brothers. W.95. |T IS DIFFICULT to think 1 ut UM I rcntration-cami books they seem l pi l< nl sef oi n .< Ha* pose, t hey tia\ e als rities f content and pperentlj easy to write a k ty| • II I ha vi torn It ma) bi n • 1 %  cms %  1 • 1' v.. v -. r Morning bi k little ren %  I > a r tears u v • %  sty k? is t %  %  %  • rELI ? Kimk %  Mr AmirOtoar, now a wtiMmowg mem!*,.. National Frew Club, is besieged by the 10 and television As Press Counselor of tat from various nations to come to America '0 k "guest members" on American dailies Mr** (ifner was remembered, and. at the invit^on -, '" International Educational Exchange K1| h heje to work as an honored gnest journalist o-^ Columbus, (la. Ledger Mr the radio mi un.i.-iwi r %  mj counselor of Daisy, he is bombarded with quern Michael Arnon, the dynamic Israeli journal who sened as Counselor and head ]../ 7 1 formation Services here since 1956. is preptrm, return to Jerusalem He will dm Ministry's Information Office. Early this year, Mn Zena Harman, % %  bassador*! wife, was elected ehairma conference working party of the ; Conference on Social Work Retail j-m ot her earl) years in Jen,-.,,.. n %  Social Welfan office Mrs Harman hire us ar. Israeli New Frontier \ former bead of the Division [< I the lanu li Y reigi Harman once served on Israel'i 1 -. • gati 9M gaim I n cognition foi : humanitarian prnjthree I m ; mitee of th. ITNICEI Veil la Prihar 01 • • %  • • • s %  • %  I' S ol I %  at MA to 1 %  (/lifted Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARS* The Image is Clear % HANKS TO THE DESIRE that Nasser Israi • %  V I • MO! Alto 241 t m thi but* COL, K.MT Ma 4 th I Com \ *•;• s fe aas tsrae-. c hi %  • • M Mr kajaaaVawa lifVttfl *:. c* Afa.BORiS S.MOLAR Zionist Council Gears to Take Over Programs •• :iv > s %  a %as awaw *j 1 — > 1 ~ •. SAS) 1MB• amc >* %  —ft.ii. laataaia \anea *w v^^i >, •%  brweiasw r a gaeaoa) ? >^--: tan rea v -i x .--*<



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Page 6-A +JeistfhrMton Friday, April 21. \ %[ Bond Campaign to Honor Thirteen Leaders Here W i O.-J kAjrrf ot oovernors, Thirteen Miamians will be m the v. mid spotlight on Wednesday. May IT at the .Israel Bond.Bar MUzvah inaugural dinner, when Samuel Friedland and other officers of the Israel Bond committee will be installed These 13 men and women will be among leaders who have been selected in each major community for presentation of Scrolls of Honor. Tribute will be paid to the men and women who have stood in the fore lr-mt of their respective communitiei throughout the world in the endMVOr to help promote the security and welfare of Israel in her first 13 formative years. In Miami, those who have been %  elected for this honor are Sidney Ansin. Sam Blank. Jack A. Can tor. Samuel Friedland. Isadore Heeht, Marcie Liberman. Mrs An na Brenner Meyers. Stanley C Myers, Samuel Oritt. Max Orovitz. Mrs Samuel T Sapiro. Carl Wiinkle. and Mrs Max Weitz The Scrolls of Honor will b* conferred on the Miami honored by Justice of the United States Supreme Court William O. Docojas, who will make the formal presentation at the inaugural dinner at the Fontainebleau hotel. Maurice Reviti is chairman of the dinner. Each of the 13 men and women SI ected for the special honor ;n Miami have been residents of thi< area throughout the period of Israel's statehood. Sidney Ansill was a member of the original executive committee for Israel Bonds, with the launchin.' of the bond Issue in 1951 He icurrently Miami Beach's Israel Bund congregational chairman >am Blank is a director of many civic organisations and has re(. ved national awards for his philanthropic and community services. MIDLAND muts OROVITl OMIT BLANK WllNKlt ANSIN HICHT CAWTOi .srael Bond board of governors, he will be installed as general tha.rman of the Greater Miami committee at the May 17 dinner. Isadore Hecht, noted for nil Mf Vices to Temple Beth Sholom. the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. and man\ other irganizaUeua, has been an active leader of the Israel Bond committee in Greater Miami from the first ij>* Oi the Israel Bond program !•• is %  member ol the board ol governors oi the Israel Bond e >mmittee Marcie Liberman. former Mayor ( .f Miami Beach, habeen an officer ol ihe Israi I Bond committee since 1951 and is consistentlj one ol t h e largest :>:.••! Bond pur chast Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, noted woman atl rney. is former hairmai ol the Women's Division lor Israel Bonds v ,nle\ Mj •• Miami atl i and CIVIC leader recipient of man) ..: aw ards, v ia^ been an ar denl worki i behalf "t Israel, both before and since it* indepen dent i Samuel Ontl has gained national recognition • efforts on beh.iit of Israe is i hairman, with Jack \ ol the Greater Miami l-rai Bond committee V the recent national bond confer ence in Miami, oritt waappointed Florida State chairman Max Oroviti industrialist, investor, philanthropist and civic worker, has been n officer f AJfS. MtYlKi t'BflNAN the Israel Bond organic* since the inception of it* | WM( Bond program in 1951, irvj member of the board of nors of the Israel Bond tee. 9'*comnyt. Mrs Samuel T -,. Cited worker oi h I ; for nan) years, wa one of Miami's • for her lUpport ol pi gram Havin served 11i apaci lea iitl n.. Bond proaj am present v ice hairmai en Division i ..rl Weinkle ha> ous civic and philanthi lutions for man) yean H. been a dedicated urker on ol Israel since b of Israel He has held s %  in Ihe Israel .,-.;, lion, and is cui reni the board of govert Mrs Max We it / h. H ith Israel BondI c< Hon. Although BCl %  "; all phi.oi community work she bat tered her main interest nth :x Israel Bond Women • DivM which she was chairman in ISM Israel Observes Memorial to Martyrs of Hitler Holocaust JERUSALEM—(JTA>—Sirens -our. led throughout Israel to mark two minutes of reverent silence n memory of the 6.000.000 European Jewish victims to Nazism aIsrael formally observed Martyrs' and Heroes Memorial Da> on Thursday, Apr 13 All places of entertainment were closed, and the trial of Na/i Adolf The urn containing the ashes Eichmann. who is charged with was carried at the head of a long primary responsibiUt) for the kill cortege In front of it walked a in of the 6.000.000 .'• vs was recantor who chanted the prayer for ceased for the period of mourning the deal Paratroopers marched 'hind the large urn wlmh was MS. MM *$. SAPIRO He habeen a member of the IsBond board of governorsince the inception ol the bond organization Jack A Cantor, w hove communiI) efforts run the gamut of philanpic and civic services, iretiring general chairman with Sam (n,tt ol the Greater Miami Israel d committee, and is now being installed as chairman of the board ol governors, Samuel Friedland is nationally known for his philanthropic record. Former chairman of the Memorial lights were lit in many thousands of homes to mourn the murder of a member of the family on a day unknown. Thousands of mourners packed Israel's synagogues for memorial prayers which included the Lamentations from the Tisha B'Av service. The dedication of a new shrine on a hilltop three miles from Jerusalem was the main event of the ceremonies The shrim ia uroup of stone buildings which include a crypt a memorial hall and a synagogue. I'art of the dedication for the "Tent of Remembrance wathe reinterment of the aahes of a number of unknown victims in the crypt, which has a mosaic inlaid floor, bearing the names of the 21 most infamous of the Nazi murder camps and ghettoes i o\ ered by an Israeli flag Tin Eternal Light was kindled by Rabbi Mordechai Nurock, the old.-st membei of ihe Knesset, Israel's Parliament, whose entire family w.islaughtered b) the Nazis and who initiated in the Knesset the legislation under which Eichmann is on trial After the ceremony, Dr. Joseph Burg, Israel's Welfare Minister, opened a Yad Vashem exhibit commemorating the genocidal deeds of the Nazis. In contained photographs, documents and the yellow Star of David the Nans forced Jews to wear. Exhibits also were opened in kibbutz Lo hamei Hagetaot in the Galilee and in kibbuti Yad Mordechai in the Negev, two settlements associated with the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. The Memorial Ia> observance elosed with a ceremony near the Tent of Bemembrar.ee attended b) President Ben-Zvi members of the Cabinet and of the Koeaaet, former partisans an i former anti-Nazi fightet i Education Minister Abba Eban delivering the principal address al the evening event, said that "net er in all recorded history has anv family of the human race I" • D overwhelmed by such a tidal wave of grief and havoc i< thai it %  the .lewis pi |'.< I Na/i decade The former Amha--.. United states d i wide expression* of i against the preservation regular revival of memoru \.i/i maaaacre He wan "memorj la the guai science Wboevi i from %  manor) liberates bin the full dictate^ of his I What has time done to your life insurance? Everyone knows what can happen to the performance of a car that isn't serviced regularly. 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ABEL GROVE fly... n j { Party color schemes have been carried out in table decorais. matching gowns and even in food, bu: when red. pink and lite champagne flow freely to emphasize the decor, that must Sly be the Uli mate Imaginative idea created by Mrs im< Stern for Eye Bank party given at -he home of her 1h. Mrs ".,. ,;: Steinhardt. for the Deborah group of Hadash latl Wednesday noon Luncheon tabl< were set around the I and the Irresistibly tempting food was served buffet style The hostess ant! ipated spring in a daffodil jheath with draped Lffobodice Her attractive daughter's "mother! be" itfil black chiffon over a floral print Lillian Mrs Robert! hrlman, vice president of the Miami Beach tapter ehoe an hj Hi beige Unen, and Mrs. Marshall Landj i [rock was full |rt< -ilk ol -pular black and white Ruth (Mrs Her%  1 I itmai • her auburn hair with a ga print v: Cha • Gertler, president of Deb,| ,i H pghi .1 afternoon was a fitting coin:. • factory lav • -< %  Irving D. Bern>tein wasn't too surpris I when se< ndi to] f for a cocktail Wednesday • siderablj Lakei aback when glasses were %  •..-• I and np> Birthda t> him Whole group then a .1 to the % %  e for d ler and "Playmates of Far:-.' uh:,h was sup bring hack nostalgic memories of the Fol • Bergere ar.d arif which ir> had enjoyed -o much Festivities in honor pis 60th birl Jay all planned, of course, by devoted wife Sylvia 's the ; %  pular kindergarten teacher at North Beach Elehtary, whe • she has taught for ten years Dr B devotes ich of his spa-.time to his chairmanships of adult education the Chautauqua Society at Temple Israel Talented daughter of Judy and David Drucker. Vickie, eager to! i A in her mother's theatrical footsteps, is a< [Utring that "on |K' ."-hr.." by working in shows with "Twink," ventriloquist petee • Popeye Playhouse over WTVJ Most recent earanca was a show in the children.ward at Jackson Mebriai Hospital under the sponsorship of the Albert Einstein group *L> i -sah \.nl I Junior High pO as principal, and during those years he was also director boy's camp in New Hampshire Ml Loewinthal has been the recipient of many plaques and t A recent one for •Outstanding Devoti in an I I spiration Wang People" was presented at the Public School Alumnae lie, celebration last year Although he halived here many rnow, he remains chairman of the annual 1901 CCNY Alum|dinner held at the Plaza hotel in Manhattan rh( Loewinthals have three children, the Dr Larry I.oewinid the Mi ky Grubers, of New York, and daughter Mrla: Perlman, well-known here for her manj ( immunit) activincluding, vice president) of Hadassah And there are grandchildren .„...!. Hl Mr and Mrs Hyman Mandel. BWBV for returned to their home at 1250 SW 17 st. Spent some of weeks away with relatives and family in New Orleans, but Pd their visit in Chicago to coincide with the arrival of first Idchild, Miriam Pesa Cohen, on Mar 14 New parents are |former Faye Mandel and husband Jerome Cohen 1 he HerCohens. of Chicago, are the paternal set jf first-time grander:!.-. Mr.-. Martin (Goldie) Rappaport. daughter of Mr and Mrs ris Cohen istii sw i st.. Miami elected recentl) to Tulane |vrty chap er of Phi Beta Kappa Goldi) ated from Inn Senior li: : ;i\ in 1957. and is now a senior, majoring in W< gy at Newcomb College. New Orleans Her sorority is la Delta Tai:. which she served as secretary She plans )i.tinue her studies in New Orleans after graduation on May 29, her husband, Dr. Martin P. Rappapcrt. (they were married 1989) completes his residency at Charity Hospital [Dr. Leonard Hymes, of Pltasantville. N.J., here to speak on Ipody before the Dade County Chiropody • %  at Jackson lonal Hop;tal on Saturday and Sunday, spe" ling the preIg days with his mother. Mrs. Mary E. Cohen. 1710 SW 13 st [An exchange program of Bar Mitzvah guests has the Fred Herbert Abtams driving up to New York to visit Fred's 97'•old mother aid enjoy a round of lunche0 formal dinin honor of a young cousin's Bar Mitzvah Then on to ester and a weekend of festivities in celebra planned for Jar Mitzvah of another cousin They'll be homeward bound r< I weeks Jtanwhilo. guests coming into the area for Bar Mitzvahs inthe Harold Berk family and the Joseph Ca| 'I from ?n. O.. Mrs. Sam Wagoda. of New York and Mrs. Dgermai New Jersey, here to atl ceremony and )Uvn in honor of Frederic, son of Mr. a: 1 .' %  %  Sidney KitJn Lnd also from Gotham Town, Miss Doll the to celebrate with nil Mr and lore Struhi, who will host a I < after Milzvaii service. the W oman ', "World ")Tewis]li Floridian Micrmi, Florida, Friday, April 21, 1961 Section 3 Seated are Mesdames Morton Halperin. Wayne Rogers, and Norman Gladsden. Standing are Mesdames Bernard Yesner, Morris Blau. Max Pepper. Louis Lemberg. and Nathaniel Levin, president of Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary. They're physicians' wives, whose husbands are on the staff of Cedars of Lebanon, and planning an informal hour" Monday at Mrs. Lemberg's heme, 5430 Riviera dr., Coral Gables. Doctors' Wives Aid Endowment With the goal of assisting in endowment of the Hospitality Ship at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, doctors" wives of Cedars have organized to complete their quotas bi fore the hospital opens in October. To formulate plans and enroll life guardians, they will host an "informal hour" with coffee at th home of Mrs. Louis Lemberg. 543) Riviera dr.. on Apr 24 at 10 30 a n h stesses will be Mesdames Lemberg, MornBlau, Morton Halpern. L. Hoffman GrossklOSS, Ja cob Colsky, Lawrence Adler. Wayne 1' %  : •:-Benjamin Oren and Reuben Rochkuui. All are wives of staff physicians at Cedars, the S4.500.000 non-secta nan institution which u i the Metr ipolitan Medical Center October. Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood delegates will attend the Florida branch, national Women's League of United Synagogue of America conference in St. Petersburg Apr. 30 throuah May 2. Over 300 delegates from 29 affiliated Conservative Sisterhoods throughout Florida are expected. Left to right are Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Miss Lillian Goodman, Mrs. Leonard Glickman and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, newly-elected president of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood. Sables and Sports Cars to Spark Israel Bond Function at Westview Country Club Sables, sports cars and Westview Country Club will be the setting for the official unveiling of Israel's first sports car. the Sabra. next Tueeda) at a luncheon sponsored by the Women's Division for State of Israel Bonds. Mrs j.uk Katzman, chairman of the Women's Division, stated that 1961 Israel Band Bar Mitzvah sponsors, purchasers of $1.30O in Israel Bonds, will be eligible to attend One of the ceremonies of the event will include pinning of sponsors. In tribute to the unveiling of the Sabra. there will be a showing of imporvd cars from around the .,well as a special showing outure sables bj courtesj %  I Mr. Herman of Lincoln M ilrman of : %  Irs. 1 Krensky is M Jack S. Popick i. chairman of mode!-, and Mrs Bernard de Kaplan Is coordinator, and will be commentator of the show A highlighl of the afternoon will be a program of songs by Mrs. Emu Morton, who will be accompanied by the Eden Roc hotel orchestra. Among thi' imported sports cars to be shown at the Sabra debut will be the Porsche, Karmann Ghia, Mercedes-Benz, Fiat. Jaguar. MG. Corvette. Monza. and Ferrari. Hostesses committee includes Mesdames Meyer \ Baskin, Max Bauer. Samuel Beekerm.in. Stuart Bernstein, Benjamin Bildner. Austin Burke. Ben Essen, Betty Feuer. Leo Gelvan, Henry Gilbert, NorE G San Grau. Abraham Grunhut, Trudy | .,. MurElection Rhymes At Beth Sholom Election in rhymes, written by Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, president, served to introduce new officers and board to the members of Temple Ben Sholom Sisterhood on Wednesday Mrs. Louis Shapiro w .1chairman of t h e lunc which was held in the lounge Serving for the coming year ar l lames Harvey Kramer, pres dent; David Drucker. Harold I off. Julius B. Shapiro and Louis F. Snetman, vice presidents; Sam Meiselman, recording secretary; E. Wolk. corresponding retary; Louis Shapiro, fina secretary; Joseph Shawmut, surer; and Leon Kromsii, chaplain. The sale of home-baked cakes, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Max Applebaum a-.d Mrs. D Drucker. followed the ceremony. ray Heriands, Bernard D Kaplan, Ion Kay. Tom C Krai M -hall Landy, Raphael Levi, Anna Brenner Meyers, Irving MilI Morton. Harrj Albert Pollak, Sam Pollock. D Ponve Miriam Press, Maurice ReShapir 1, Bei Tobias Simon, p I ThurnI Max w. Jack Top



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Page 2-B Jelstnuridr&n Friday. April 21. Mother of Two and Wife of Civic Worker. Herself Active, Elected Women's Leader Mr* Sol Goldstein, civic ami rommunil) lender was this week elected president "i ihe Sisterhood of Temple Bjnaou El at Ki soring i-> ffce and election meeting at the Fontainebleau hotel MiGoldstein succeed* sirs Milton smith. who has served .1president ol the women's organiaa turn lor the peat two years, during which Mrs Goldstein held the > %  ficc < %  vice prcsideul ami mem bi rship chau m. 111 Wilt "t the president ol the Ba> Harbor island Hub and mother of two children, Fcancine and Steven, Mi> GeMatein has served a> a member ol the i>>ri Seoul Council of Deck Count) lor more than eight years, living leadership traiaing couraai and haraeU sen nig as troop leader Shiis preaeatly serviag as vice chairman of the budget committee of the United Kuml. ami ha worked tor this croup and its predeceaaor. the Community Cheat for more than six years, The fOlowing officers were also Opti-Mrs. Names Mrs. Richard Mr> Marvin .i Richard has been elected president ->t the Opu Mrs ol Miami Beach rhe club is 1 neu organuattoo developing from Ihe recent mercer 0 the North Shi re and Beach Opti \ mm oth. off rers ol the club are Jack Spat.and Mi Murr ij Sonnet 1 VICI ent>; Mrs Sam ecoi secretary; Mrs George Good in asm et \ii Ralph 11. fit a • • %  • 1 1, Mrs S>dne> %  1 1 ine 1 -. I Mrs \ %  • • 1 nu itivto IN A C.i.Aii O* A CUP TETLEY TEA elected to serve during 1981-62 Mrs Milton Blum, Mrs Milton iv 1,1 Mrs 1 eonard Glickman and Mrs Herbert Shapiro vice dent; Mrs Samuel Ginsberg, treasurer; Mrs Paul Plotkin. recording secretarj Mrs Benjamin Greene, corresponding secretary; Mrs Samuel Weisen, general tt nancial secretary; Mrs Jack Kata roan, so* ia secretarj Mrs Harrj Lechtner, auditor; and Mrs Theo dore Zauea. memberahip financial secretarj ktOUl -I • %  •' I %  IIMl-t, v I.. t. ,: %  ; A V %  !. .. Muv tta i*r. r..-i. 1 IUnd< r. • %  • n '1 : BrU k, J .. %  • M \i 1 •:•.. n, k |„ n • Hi %  ,] in III l*> ;• %  •'. P.,1,l. I I %  •• II, WllllMl I '••• 1 .,. .1.,, ,. n-\. B imuel meow M, I. aii.iii :... %  Im* %  • I HJ I ; I nanl Kaplan, tlari • K .%  -• > Kaplan. 1 "•'\ s %  Han K • • rk>. Mrrl Krvvtrts. Murrin laii Mi Ua : %  Ri .' • 1 1 % %  > %  %  1' 1 M 1 > %  .. 1 I. \i : • M.i VI -. hi k, ii. .. K • M ." >i Sam • \. %  %  -Henrj nk Julius .'• %  i Peru Jack S k. Harrj lYoisel \ :%  K .Ml. 1 %  %  %  H X \ • :. I >.. lui. I. \! 1 I • Si M v \\ • %  TSUM I IV VI M Mri •' K %  v : N .. alhl \! Ii VI %  1961 Brandeis Women's Group Will Install Full Slate at Spring Luncheon Friday MIS. SOI GOlOSTfM Chai Chapter Dinner Saturday Members of thai chapter. B'nai B'rilh Women, who have earned their invitations by hard work ana dona:ion.will celebrate by dining and view nu the latest show at the DeauviUe hotel on Saturday evening Mrs Esther Lerman is journal chairman Mrs Flora Sinick is fund: chairman Mrs Oscar Roaenthal i> donor chairman President <>i Chai chapter is Mrs \l.i\ Kern Mrs Harold Turk, founding president '"'"•""*' ,,„. Brandeu I niveraitj National Women's Committee Greater Mi ami chanter, aa ipnng luncheon Fri lay notel Officers serving tor 186061 are Mesdames Solom in B Margolu, lent. William Maxwell, Joel Meyer and Harm B Rimer, vice presidents; Robert Green, treasurer; Jerome Ra .0. recording iecre> tarv, Sam A Goldstein and Re becca Snetman, corresponding MM ret a ties Mesdames Irving Blaber| and Lou.Eat n financial secretaries. Ceornc L\ auditor: Albert 1 Jacobs honorarj president: Harold Turk B-n Zion Ginsbur* and Sidnej M SehwartX. honorary vice presidents; and Morris C.ratt .nut Leon Kronish, chaplains 11 1 n. .%  • %  • Vrtl v %  %  Ha R I %  • %  -• vv i:..:. in. Mas A 1 •• %  % %  %  n H i %  •• %  v1 '.!• • ,: I • |.„ Kti.utt. dan •'• % %  %  • 1R •• Ol • \ : R • -. .. • • %  M\ K I %  s I n A Mill ln< % % %  v %  la I bin. '.. %  v. • A "** New Officers To be Elected Greater Miami Wornen'i lajA ary, Jewish Home for •-! %  \iu Mill hold ita ne\t monthlj *n Samuel Baum Mrs Sol Sii \erman. Auxiliary preaideot, ail glee the address of Mr* David PruJLp>. cba mat J Ihe nominating committee, u. p^ sent the slate ot othcerjiid hotnl •t directors 'o be elected a: ;v meeting Mr Trudy Hamer-,-. a; io M luncheon chairman, will report 1 the donor project, and Mr. CHlrlti Brown vull announce I Mrs LisU. Maftov.sk> pr chairman, will reveal i %  fjr tat annual Mother's Da) partj to tg jiven a" the Home ^' I Mr'er.niiI %  be hostess of the part) Have you noticed the low, low price of Heinz Vegetarian Be.. A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1637 ^ ilxrt t Von Ten tpnt ia M t dow cruslwvi" Kv WaM nr*nph rvj KISJLUt'sV! rK"b lAstt od p.CASwr* enek root flaiihigj tad ankktga *oj !xtc<^ a*j rc!robacu .. Hope School Unit Picks Mrs. Hale Mi~ i s ral Gab ol : H .. he Miami Sky uvayt .>< \li N u I N .>IH \ ir.v< Mica efl i.. < ... 1. Mil -. or retarj Gerald Siei secretai • and %  Ti'erefh Isroel Donor Affair in Le can f the CJ *ill prefented 1 Israel Sisf [fair on S ..-. ; Mrs. Lila As) 9 moftt PCOPLE use rtfres."i. cakv e %  :** Mk+ Sugoft? I *>ll >. 41 Fooe VA.ue *<* —-• ^wa wn i AT rooo STONIS IVITMIM ASK FOR BAKERY PRODUCTS RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL CHAIAH ROLLS BAGELS S A iC*X iAV£?iES s: JE 1-7117 You don't have to look any further: there isn't a more popular dish in sight than Heir.: strict'.y Vegetarian Beans. Everybody lovei than. Everybody wants aeciway :Vom the taN y ourished. V | ?



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I AprU 21. 1961 >s Single Out JFK for Award Prop.-, which only three years ago form* ..-.,. : -,, lip | | ()ca | women nterested in the future of ^Brfortunate -how business eollea. ... ,. ; ., ; ..,„„, na tional • ,, i I • eve of their third aniiua] "Academy Awards" dinner • r %  ers, headed by fl foun : Mrs. Jerri Km |T8. Pau Pollak, have an"'> %  •' ienl HI their "Hu^ %  >'""''" \' .-I" for 1961 to be Pre Kennedy. 8y! %  .: %  I uluch has been 1. • : the President in Wa "i.ir facsimile of fMtii. In.p.. represented by a crystal %  .>> two helping hands, "n ., -i-ned by Mis Pollak '• i'r %  •-: lu> informed Of the i :<>;>i:-;i > M which "re fleet* a: a:t. %  • %  > bve your ithe Presideph.! -> ( >>n of helping those • ..-• %  ri re than ourselves.' ScWd Vd r s ir-,|;iy. at the Casao\a room >• -he Deauville hotel, the (\en; u i >nce again bo highlfen-d b> an original musical comedy -. vu, r U'.vi See Amen. ca first." a lire'.: response to Presidei • K%  • • %  i> naMonal ad vice, p %  -ho.. .. .. n:ten and di rected \ \ rr.vidcnt. I'ai-v Abbott. %  MI |.,,n k •"d ?} 1 '•'I-'' %  T J i:-ed by Margi Jen is* ncridi&r Page 5-B SherWi ii-V the cast of resident and Visatiag ;*-rinr;r.er> v. ill IH' Martha Raye, V.,ri'm i. "... > I);u..., I'ostel to anj.lirita. r well known personalities r.tertaiper* are Pat Brom f-Pfrniee Mr-. Marry %  Simone, S i Law jr. Ruth McMahon. Marie LaLdj:in. Laura Fisher. Ir ma Poc.tn. ./,\;|.snn. \lthea Weber, ;,mj Conuie Kulak. Also. Ethel I IT. I, • K.-..:i-,,i,| Sara Flamm. Sal (;renalcis. Charlotte ScbJossn-•n. \. Ka;. Rose Beyer and Bit.i %  Flogler Women Have Luncheon "*# • len," u'htten by Try 6 '' I in Mis PsjPP I-: Mbfjre %  „ ,, annual "Cnjr' i| Flagli r G^an* on Tt, netel dud lames Ch irli 1 %  %  1c. N rman Shu i l.\ ir.s. Samuel Vwiti .HI Kotok. Sam K > Barnit) Landers, George lax .: ikm, Edward Elmer Rogers and Ben Cas: Adehi, Elbr;, Golds walsk Malm Moor. Scuw., Mrs It: I arn i. m lers and Mrs. num., •;••.ed a.s chairthe affair. Tropical Chapter Repeats Luncheon aVoi I diaper >t the American Medic. nter at Denver repeated %  ro i usly successful "Price is It" I ncheon last Friday at the b hotel. kriran Medical Center at Den %  is he home of the Eleanor ^p* %  • Cancer Foundation. %  th s spent over $300,000 on Btfltto pa'ients sent to its hos fl I the Greater Miami area ii an for the afternoon were • ime Blate, 9290 W Bay 01. and Mrs. Sidney Burner. 1 eland r.!. President of [or. -nzation is Mrs Bertram %  p< 1025 -17th %  Htinsonism His Topic ear ii Reinmuth, assis P> • ssnr o| %  : 'urology at the I %  Oi Mia in. school ol me.le di;cussed "New Concepts ol al Control Ol Movement in in 'iism" on Monday evening c auditorium oi the Washing%  "ect al Savmgs and Loan Assn. I wa> the sixth in a series of Hh : Tunis insured by the M& a chapter of the National n Foundation. I Annual installation luncheon of the Greater Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women, and the eiqht divisions which make up Council, will take place on Wednesday noon May 3. at the Al gi ers hotel. All newly-elected ofl.cers will be installed at the joint ceremony, according to Mrs. Ben Z.on Ginsburg (left), chairman ot the affair. Makinq plans for the afternoon are Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, chairman of hostessesMrs. Lou.s Easton. in charqe of publicity; Mrs. Howard Grove SStanTTa ern00n; and Mrs C V rus Marqulis. decorations chairman. Rinehard Fete Brings $100,000 More than S7C0.000 has been pledged tojvard the tiey Hebrew Academy building fund. Louis Merwitzer, campaign chairman, announced Sunday nighl at a dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs Samuel Remhard. The event, marking the 50th wedding anniversary ol the Reinhards, Was attended by some 400 guests and friends who presented $10 toward the building. Highlight o! the evening was the surprise appearance ol Rabbi and Mrs. Benjamin Morgenstern ol Brooklyn, x v Rabbi Morgenstern, of the Young Israel of Bensonhurst, has been the family spiritual leader for the past :j.j years Lauding the couple "for their dedication to the Hebrew Academy." the school which they founded 13 years ago. were B. I. Binder president of the Hebrew Academy] Leonard Rosen, building fund chairman. Harry Genet, chairman of the executive committee, and Rabbi Alexander S. Cross, principal Participating in the program were Tippy Reinhard. and Robert J and Mark Reinhard, who spoke on behalf of the 16 grandchildren Folk School Oneg Shabbat David Pinski Folk School will hold an Oneg Shabbat at the home ol Mr and Mrs Ben Yomcn, 180") Michigan 1 ave., on Friday evening Apr 28. Honored will be Mr a id M Chomitz. He is cultural chairman of the school, and the couple plan a trip to Israel May 8. Mrs. Green Will Host 'Coffee 1 Mrs Leon Green, outgoing ores ident <>t the Miami Beach Senior Hi h PTA, is hosting a coffee I t hoard memberat her home. 444+ N Michigan ave.. on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Guests will include the newlyelected officers. They are Mr-. Ben Samuels, president: Mrs Ai vin Savage, president-elect: Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs Henrietta Mehlman and Mrs. Sidney Rudolph, vice presidents: Miss Margaret Tarrer. recording secretary: Mrs. Lillian Eisenberg. corresponding secretary: Mrs. Leonard Jacobson, treasurer and Mrs. Louis Nadler, supply room treasurer. 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fiidcry. April 21. 1961 Jewish fkridliann L£ Africa Jews Eye Education Costs f JOHANNESBURG.ITA-Rccisfa education were contained in Judge Simon Kup.r I, include Immendations to f.nance Hebrew the report of a .pecal comm.sMon representatives of the South A.ri VTl !Hl 7 rl ? h im re,e Md *W'Vkcan Jew..!, Board of Dcpuncs th. M budget-of he.8ouh AfriThc'commr^iorr *.- Itablishefl Zionist Federation and th, i Jewish community tor Jewin i960 under the chairmanship of of Jewish Education. Page 7-A The commission recommended thai the Jewish Agency should be asked to allow the Israel United Appeal to finance the £500.(100 capital program of Jewish day schools in South Africa and that The commission estimated its the buildings should belong to the recommendations could save the Board AgcTTcy until they*tfere" flthV iv Boarrf -of --RdM-ation" £2:1.000 out deemed or sold. of a £ 126.000 annual budget. The commission also proposed that the Board of Deputies and the Zionist r-ederation reduce present youth work expenditures. YOUR SIXTEEN-DAY EXODUS FIFTEENTH DAY The I ers Tour inam %  Ashkelon city gi .-. ug out of thi is of an o'd one. FIFTH DAY r*he Exodus bi irbor. Cyprus You'll start I e too (after a day %  ight-si 1 in Tel A... an i among the ma piaci you'll visit n be Ihe te letention where 30.000 Jews ewaiti I behind their country to come into e> stenci .-.Here the thousands of Jew ind Cypnots wl M el iee |tl 1 the film. EIGHTH DAY You'll visit the rums of Caesa-ea. Roman capital of Palestine, sho*n here in a seen" from the film And you'll also see the 1 bbutz of Sdot Yam, once the secret landing place of refugee snips L.GHTHDAY I 0 Exodus of the peopi.-. a I on the docks and watched the P-. actm. t all before, when it really happened. ELEVENTH DAY See Degan.a. the worlds first kibbutz And the site of the children's village of Gan Dafna seen in the film. (It's opposite the Biblical Cana ) You'll a.so tour Nazareth, where Jesus spent his early years. NINTH DAY Acre, where the underground brok' the prison and liberated both Jew and Arab alike And on the tenth day a drive to the Sea of Galilee, wl the fishing boats were once used as pulpits by Jesus EL AL's unusual newtour takes you to the places where Israel's modern day Exodus actually happened. You'll go on location to the same places where Otto Premmger took his film crew. You'll see where an all-star cast acted out the story of Exodus: from the Negev in the south of Israel to green Galilee in the north, and across the Mediterranean to Cyprus, where it all began in the detention camps at Karaolos. You'll see all the places that played such an important part in the fight for Israeli independence: the fortress-prison at Acre, the Valley of Jezreel, Haifa, Jerusalem. You'll meet Israeli families in their homes, get to know some of the people who lived through the experiences that are now on film. And many of your guides will be Israeli citizens who had roles in the movie. The flight to Tel Aviv is on the new Boeing 707/ 420 Jetliner. It's only 10 hours and 55 minutes nonstop from New York. Tours will leave from Idlewild International Airport in New York on the following dates: June 11. June 25. July 2, July 9. July 23. July 30, August 6, August 13. August 20. September 3, September 17. October 1, October8and October 15. Write us for further details and the special Exodus Tour folder. And please furnish the name of the travel agent you want to handle your 16-day Exodus (it costs no more). EL ALEXODUSTOUR El Al ASffctM, 1603 Washington Avt, JEfferton 3 5441 ELEVENTH DAY The Valley of Jezreel beautiful but dice the scene of a bitter fight to bieak tl •• |e of Jerusalem Burned-out trucks still Ime the pass at Bab el Wad at B battle memona'. TWELFTH DAY Three unforgettable days in Jerusalem Mount Zion The tombs of the Sanhedrin Hebrew University. (Above, the film's Dov Landau is shown escaping after destroying a wing of the King David Hotel )


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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Florence Lewis, ever" since -he and Sid came hero in 1942 t<
1 ht Fountain oi Youth she was ill) has \\o\en a beautiful tapestry of
friendship for h< I and her husband Her infecti. us laugh that crinkles
i r eyes captivi ted Sid when hi sat behind her in German class when
the) were both in their fir-t year at Northwestern. The German pro!
t\eu pre. icted that they would be married someday
Florence Cirst started in community organization work via the lime
honored Parent Teacher Assn route. Many and varied are her affili-
..- Proficient in languages, Florence original!} stepped in both
feet into ;h; National Council of Jewish Worn-
i Service to Foreign Born Program Cur-
rently, she i- president oi the Greater Miami
Section ol NCJW, which encompasses eight
divisii is eight sets oi officers, and o^ r 2.000
i .i mbers
In college. Florence was an active Alpha
Epsilon I'hi < >n her arrival in Miami, she
ed gather up all tht wandering AEPhi
form the Greater Miami Alpha
Ion Phi Assn. She was advisor to the
chapter at the University of Miami for many
years and on the sorority's national board
Despite the heavj load oi meetings ai I
(ommunity activities that are part ol rx
president Florence still finds time to help her
husband once in a while Rut mostly now her
decorating talents are confii to her own
me. which sh< has done over three times
Another ittraction is being a new grandmother
Bndge ha- always bier. ., big factor in S and Florence's busy if<
i oni ol the few husband-and-wifi teams who actually liki ti
; lay bri Ige with eaih other Not to be outdone by his wife in tin
tj service, Sid is presently president of the Southwest W
1 ions Club.
i dinner conversation: 'Tell aboul your day Mrs.
N "'i first, Mr Preside:
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RAMBLING WRECK
Alice Mrs Louis Speetor jetted to Atlanta I ati son
birthday, she doe.- not consider him a ran vreck
use be goes I G ch.
she took him a lovely dI his girl. Martha Kent
' .. I< of i'hi Ep-ilen Pi fraternity pan
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GIVE YOUR HUSBAND A TOMBSTONE
Irvin W, KatZ. principal of Miami Beach Senior Hi;:h School wai
ty proud at the d( o services of the new sclv lities Too
all ol the old time" PTA presidents weren't then Nettie
iMrs Philip Lefkowitz and Rose (Mrs. Alex) Koyan did the honoi
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lr. Irv's iffici on his desk, is quite an important item a toml
with thi inscription. Relax It's later than you think This should
be on evi ice Mr- K (ound il at a
counter Ma e to be a bai gain
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IT WAS A CIRCUS
I: r< ally *asn'i a cii veryone had just as much tun as at the
pro\( Evi lyn Mr- Da\ id R< th had a lu eoi her
Inez Krensky w h her h Ida Krensky, of
Chicago They en admiring Lilly (Mrs Harry Scl le neckla
i S nd thai il > ii keep thing: long enough the) al ime back in
sty her when they ere fir I irried,
Mrs Marvin Silvei mad< a very pretty bartender JulietM
Frachman al th< -arm U Eva Mrs San Zarei ai l
ter, Mr- Maurice Rosen, oi Syracuse Mrs
Marcus, on hear i g the discussions on organization life member.
d she want- to hi a lift membei i Evelyn
state on the d l ccepting i. sly the i ents on
m dishes that -he had made h. rsi II
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Bobby Markowitz, who is -oon to get married to Pat Rabin
always loved Del Mi- Raymond)Rubin's "brownies S shower
KM Del made a ceramic cake plate The plate ha- pink p<
preen leaves, and -mack in the middle is the brownie rc( ip
doubt, will start a new fad. If the brownies don't turn out right or if
the bnde-to-h* feels that -he doesn't want to be a good baker, -he car.
always drop the recipe on the floor Sma-h'
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Mrs. Rosenthal
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.,1 will livi >l I KM East" rn dr .
Silver Si rings, Md. following a
honey moon in Nassau.
The former Miss Toby Mae
mann and Mr Rosenthal exchai
nuptial vows Sunday, Apr ltf al
th< Duponi Plaza hotel.
Their parents arc Mr and Mrs
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organza lh I ; :i -
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a bouquet ovi r a Bible She w r<
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Hei sisti Mr- Sidney In
i..- matron ol honor, and brid -
maid- wen R xh Hirsch, Helen
Goldstein an i Lois Glantz.
M-- Ri -< nthal i- ..n alumna ol
V. an senior Uich and Florida
Si hool ol Mi dical T chnology Her
husband is a graduate ol Calvin
. senior High and i- pre
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Harvey :..i n< r i i Washn
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Pcrqe 8-B +M*i*t fkridfiar Fridov • a 21, WOMAN OF THE WEEK Florence Lewis, ever" since -ho and Sid came here in 1942 to find the Fountain ol Youth (she was ill) has woven a beautiful tapestry of friendship for herself and her husband Her infi i IS laugh that ( rinkles htr t.. captivated Sid when hi tat behind her in Germai class when the) were both in their fir>t year at Northwestern. The German prol i \eii predicted that they would be married someday Florence tirst started in community organization work via the time honored Parent Teacher Assn. route. Many ai I varied are her affili Proficient in languages Florence originally stepped with both I eel into the National Council of Jewish Worn **m • Service to Foreign Born Program. Cur rently, she ipresident of the Greater Miami Section ot NCJW, which encompasses eight i ivisii is eight sets ol officers, and o> r 2.000 i .< mbers In college, Kiorer.ee was an active Alpha I psilon Phi (>n her arrival in Miami, she helped gather up all the wandering AEPhi alumnae to form the Greater Miami Alpha Ion Phi Assn. She was advisor to the i %  pter at the University of Miami for many years and <>n the sorority's national board. Despite the heavj load ol meetings and (ommunitx activities that are part ol being a president, Florence still finds time to help her '..•i C Rabbi N rman Shapiro i • • e 6 .0 ci remonj and a fi • %  hotel s Skyn om follow i i n ,. bri an imported silk : ,.., g( i th floral match ;headpiece with double :i illusion veils, and i a bouq u I ovi r a Bible !=hi re a pi arl and diam md ni klai i i the croom and I wedding bai Hei sistei '•' %  > Sidney li nas matron ol honor, and bi niauK wen Roxu llirsch, Helen (,. Idstein and Lois Glanti Mrs Ros< nthal is an alumna ol Miami Senior High and Florida Si hool ol M< OL al I' chn< > Her husband is a graduate ol Calvin Coolidge Senior High and is pre i nployed at i tig i i Harvey Ratner ol Was D.C was bi si man, and sen ing ;iush< rs wen nej Indgin, : Shaplin and Mike B< rcowit/ Here from Washington, DC, for th. wt %  the Walter Die. ners, thi Max Rosenthals, th. In the Ray m ind Em : Miss Lillian Lev j From \, V i k > ty came Ml Rothsti • GIVE YOUR HUSBAND A TOMBSTONE Irvin w Katz, principal of Miami Beach Senior lli^h School was i t> proud at the dedicai on services of the new school facilities Too bai that all of thi old time" PTA presidents weren't there Nettie (MrPhilip Lefkowitz and Rose (Mrs Uex Kogan did the honoi %  • Ir. Irv's Office, on his desk, is quite an important item — a tomb %  with thi inscription Relax It's later than you think This should 1 • i ever; lesk in evei office Mrs K found it at a ban counter M. n fine oni too. It doesn't have to be a bargain IT WAS A CIRCUS [I really wasi a cin but < veryone had just as much tun as al the i i Evelyn (Mrs David Roth had a luncheon .it her Inez Krensky was there with her hou Ida Krensky, of Chicago They k-ere admiring Lilly ( Mrs Harry Scruffs |ad< necklace Lilly -aid thai it j u keep things l< i 'hey always come back in en the necklace to her when they were first man Mrs Marvin) Silver: made ;i very pretty bartender. Juliette i hman at thi -aim table with Eva Mrs Sam) Zaret and ter, Mrs Maurice Rosen, of Syracuse. Selma Mrs hi the discussions on organization life member lared she inti < life member of something, too Evelyn •on the davenport, accepting graciously the compliment the luncheon dishes thai -he had made hersell WAY BACK WHEN irice Jai obs and his Nell wen visiting with his sister, I sti William) i er He an I i iv Phil theatei S OH thi lacobs and Estclli wen! out to the TIM > Worl I ol Suzii which by the way v lips TWENTY FOUR ROSES v the i s of thi Dai i I ol v.. mi n's Clubs annual -. I luncheon and fashion show Cli neyi Wcintraub • received a bouquet oi 24 pink roses, nm for each year she has chaired this spei Her mother, dai ; ng Mrs lai beamed pn udly. Nassau Holiday For Dressiers K\ ii Susan G< rstein and EdHenry !>' i ssler wi •• marSaturday evening vpr the Ban elona hotel Rabbi 1. i lated at the c< rent ny hich w ifollowed by %  < reception in thi hotel Me ii. i' daughter ol Mr and Mrs Murray Gerstein, 1941 SW is ave attended Miami High, and graduated i r o m Hialeah High -.in ol she belongs to Future T< > fhers it \iini ii a and Musii 11 rary. r or her wedding, she hose %  %  hapi I Ii ngth govv n with la • illopi d neckhm quins from shouli i r I Hi r matron ol I i Sophia Orkin and Cai i Fried and Aiiene Hir-.h were bl maids Dr an Mi 20] NU parents Hi is a i H (tended the I'mvi I Mian | v Is Tau n Phi He present i Met Ru har I J G< rst in and R ervi 1 %  le will residi 6 VA i • Lhey rel %  m M n ti.i to \..fsrfttf A BRIGHT IDEA IN'EUIGCNT PEC'ON 20 YRS. EXPERIENCE !N PRACTICAL NURSING Good Comp 4 n.on vv.H.ng to h( !p „_, |n hoW.old prefe.-bl, Ko.he, l„„„„, d %  n pot.t.on in „f IP1 *d Jewi,h f.,m,ly CJII HI 44447 NEED EXPERIENCED COPPER IRON SOLDERERS 'O, wo-k 01 l, 9 Sf q Jog „,„,, lns.de wo-l. CM NA 1 7S?S Bobby MarkowitZ, who is xxm to n<-\ married to Pal Rabin. always loved Del (Mri Raymond) Rubin's "brownies." So for a showi r gift, Del made a ceramic cake plate. The plate hapink petal: and preen leaves, and smack in the middle is the brownie recipe This, no doubt, will start a new fad. If the brownie-, don't turn out right, or if the bride-to-be feels that she doesn't want to be a good baker, -he always drop the recipe on the floor Smash! ORGAN MUSIC FOR YOUR WEDDING CEREMONYBy JOSEPH SCHREIBMAM •nd hit Portable Oryin JE 8-0335 V. %  MKS. AKNOIO ffOSfNTHAt MS. tmici siiiK *S. IDMOSC rfSSE> Miss Miller Bride Of Dr. Stein Jo Ann Bi • r Brui e S. Steir ex. vow Sundaj • the chapel : i • Rabbi Irving 1 • i n .•; lion i llowe The bride and MrSi Harding ave ni \tr1.' • %  VI Steir The bride's served as i • -' honeymoon • weds M ill re'i. The bride i nd t niversity ol Mi. SI %  • ploye ..an i i. ibles Elemi 11< The bridegn the Universit) versify ol M i He interne New Orleai ing residi ni jr and gy ne< i l< pital • 1 • Jacobsons Will Live in Baltimore Mis> Phylli '.'. ri er, ol B Md • i !;., %  | ,bson : recently al Tempi,. Bi II • ,. Ii ick. Md offu i i Mi and Mrs Irving Ja : Miami the %  | DOT) •• ol M irj His frat. 1 n>e is • the Cr. Williams to Speak r H inw \.,, Of coi imi.ni. P< I Mi Tut dav 1. ol luncl ., it ion • larj edui i • \ft. i the j is the Da\ id 1 :i ,.r. FUR RE-STYLING HMfT WE CAN CONVBtT YOUt OUWWCK WtS TO TMI ^^ SMART f ASHIONS Of TOOi0< From $39 • >OOII taumi f '•' %  IN 'Ml rill*' 01 "'" "*



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Pu.j# 2 A >*-*#/ %  F kril&r Fnday April 21, 1951 Military Authority Arrested as Spy w .'<.*.( Ir**> P9* 1-A I .',•> .• %  • bee* fed*** • • N l* x %  %  • I MM fcj Si t**t vhcked ft# rv>on All ifii bvt • also carried *di*ril* • H# MM TS# #n'v i*Otin Ml D*r— tt> o*a*r> V V %  ...'.'. ,-• trips to Bute had mad. various reporta ,. hi i acted as 1 P* *J none) I 1 : ps are l |ues -.-. %  it is expecti %  • .. V. %  > • vt .. %  > •P Bee • ---• .* Ml M had .MV %  '• ONfeM "• S • x '... %  :A. • Ik' -v i iN • • v • %  %  • • %  x.vrv 1 PCS • .BS *..-.*; tMB#MJi \\-ir\;V\v tna atar --.. %  • %  *n*\i tho Socialist Daieaae C M aaea racagMjad • BMfctarj itratcg unerv he I i BM P -%  ". % % %  HUMFl I Ft** v is at? >vr Dr ~e • v ,. • • srae a • v ,] had tt*t n*m; Hw W*hin* Post reported.) II J. eoasiderw here npft cant toda-that several *~k Mr B B re-un t r ,~ Premiacahip wet la \; r Dr. -Beer m Bfttcfc '•-•*' newspaper orked M Mr Ber^ B as Premier ^ -. Israel -' %  Vapam Si r> bacal vSi *xned T.,.. at ~ %  %  '• taem ndaar> r> sfao are .. •.t x '• ported Geo M tft ec x~ suff aai %  •.. %  %  .Occn, riMttiag him ma 0 f tv Defense HtBistn and out 3 f ^ official coir.ee!., ^^M ^5y etiHCe •rescrip.ion Speciolhri NOW IN T*C MODERN A-COajfTfOM(0 fMiica BEACH ixanon MM mrmc VACS cearvENfivT ro oso 350 LINCOLN ROAD JE l-7S 728 UrkOLN ROAD JE 1-0749 caarraa itwu j r Paies N. .v. a acres* I -v -. > • v I J. i • s v .j SA >m*n\ ..,' %  it. <. ~v ^ .aa IJM • *' X 1 • • •VS-•>•- > %  %  %  >• i.V.". %  • .i-e WNra*Mt "•• •-..J.>* •• .. n ; • ?N. is*< '+0+hmm N .--..• -..>.-.-o^J"A. • 1 %  -•; •• J • tram x ; t >* %  ft m%mt r BM> — • -i-f ; •; J f ; %  >,• t PATH PKK IPS TC NEr> 10RA M. LIESERMAN & SONS ^ffffl M.UE1UWAI.5U, 'a 1 t ;,..•• ->.-• • %  ; — :*^ -v f -.•-r -; .••&f — ^VJ r *-- .j • • &f %  $500,000 rVfrtrte Me^ CHAS. HIME m t aalwaaa ai 1MM a r Md Na aarW ai HMW M In ir M c. '^v 2t5 CAUMtn UK RENT A CAR %  M i; s: > :.• 1 1 Aton MOTORS IK. *! • mtarn n P* m 3-6'65 ISRAELI : REAL ESTATE : :: : i!i: : ::.JLRS %  &•% 2 s* • • ma. % % % % % %  laKAnaai =at ta c -*• *-* COULTON BROS. 1 1 tod> J*s*a L Hckvnk^ tani n 1 S.W. :'n U Tract ten IK S ". tti SI u\*. AS: .;V; ? >'AWS W:USC '; xsc Fio*t 1 ^r**'* • •HLUdk'WA ..*%• • %  %  Ml &f : BfjKl M • **. > *ey •*-*.* s*t%*-ac-^M >>j-^r lrt*NM l"TU CJA BUY BONDS INSURANCE m-mm—mm-matm .a— ran .:•* trmou ^AL.-^ a "*^ca****** mm *> Cm* m CtW PSmMC IffiC K. PALMRS MIAMI MONtMNT CO. nr. I .-*!•*• /•* tti TJ vi l^M •muawi^ RIVERSIDE •*CA. CSA.& -'••? J€ Ml 5 1 •**. HHi 3/fT "•



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Friday. April 21, 1961 +Jewlsii ncridian Page 11-B Miss Fein Joins Home's Staff The Jewish Home for the Aged announces the appointment of Miss E ^Jj£ £cin agroupwork supervisor. Miss Fein will be responsible for the direction of the groupwork program and the coordination of the leisure time recreation activity program for residents of the Home. She will also have supervision of the more than 40 volunteer workers from the National Council of Jewish Women who teach das-es and serve as friend!) visitors. Miss Fein is a specialist in group. 1 work with the aged, having formerly been cmplo>ed by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center as supervisior of the Senior Citizens Division of the Miami YMHA .Branch she ia professionallytrained social worker, holding a Master's decree in social work from Ohio Stale Universit) and a Bachelor's degree from Hunter College Prior to coming to Miami •hire years ago, she was a groupworker with the New York City Youth Board Program and a caseworker with the Jewish So lal Service Bureau in DeTolt "-%  E*-.> Leo Robinson to Host Miami Chapter; Delegation Off to AJComm. Meet in N.Y. On Sunday, frqrn 4 to 6 p.m.. Mr. ,.present to Dr. Rpmhold Niebuhr, and Mrs Leo Robinson will play professor emeritus of Union Theohost to the Greater Miami chapter logical Seminary, the American of the American Jewish Committee. Liberties Medallion. The award An annual spring tradition, the given annually to the individual party will honor Seymour Samet. > making the most valuable contriexecutive director, and Mrs. Leobution in furthering the American nard Silverman, executive assisideal of liberty. MISS tSTllll HIN Mrs. Bernard Seiderman mod els a lush haute couture sable which will be among those shown at the Sabra deb-t luncheon Tuesday at Wes-.view Country Club unde: -.he auspices of the Women's Division of State of Israc: 3onds. (Story. Pg. IB.) Dade Contingent To Boost County Ai enthusiastic group of Dade I county business and professional leader? embarkfrom Miami InIternatunal Airport on Sundaj f<>i | a unu < %  pilgrims %  Th< • destination is London Their goal stronger business, cultural. and : %  unst bondbetween the peopli >f Europe and South Florida Loaded with -amples. sales kits, and information about Dade's an: tourist attractions, the) will bold a series of get-togetheri with their British counterparturing the week-long sojourn. Apj priately named the Dade Israelite Center Annual Dinner Sunday Evening Israelite Center religious school will hold its ninth annual dinner on Sunday. 8 p.m at the Seville hotel. Dinner chairman iSam A/rikan. firt vice president of the Israelite Center, and coordinator of many .recent programfor the tenter The Israelite Cen'er religious school iaffiliated with the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami, and hain recent years expanded itfacilities Among those bringing greeting will be Rabbi Mayer AbramowitZ, president of the Rabbinical Assn I of Greater Miami; Louis Schwartz' man. executive director of Bureau of Jewish Education; Hyman Kirs ner, president of the Israelite Cen ter; and Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of the Center and principal-of tie religious school Toastmaster will be Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach. There will be a com pie: %  floor show and dancing UAHC Federation Spring Electicn Sam A Goldstein outgoing president, will deliver a fan veil mc%  age and Rabbi William Sa.iowit/ lirector of the Smith Florida Fed elation, will present an annual re tant. Melvyn Frumki chairman, will welcome new members. and David Fleeman. chapter president, and James It Katzman, vice president, will speak briefly. Mrs, James R. Katzman is in charge of arrangements with MrKenneth Treister and Mrs, Richard Pallot. Local delegates of the Greater Miami chapter are completeirg arrangements for attending the 54th annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee, Apr. 27 to 30, in New York City. Highlight of the conference will be an address on Apr. 29 by Secretary cf Labor Arthur Goldberg. American Jewish Commision will Miami delegation includes R. W. Apte. Mrs. Robert Berger. Mrs. membership ,.r ., K .r D ,A Charles Leeds. Col. Nathan Rood, ( noil* mem Seymour Samet. Mrs. Bernard Stevens, and Dr. Joseph Weidberg. Rabbi Shapiro Off to Confab Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiri-tual leader of Congregation Beth David, will be among the 600 memberof the Rabbinical Assembly of America in attendance at the 61st annual convention of the national rabbinical bodj in the Concord hotel. Kiamesha Lake. N Y from Apr 23 through 27. Theme of this year's five-day convention '.ill be "Our Concern for Colleagues, for Community, and for Country." Rabbi Seymour J. port at the South Florida Federa Brotherhood Elections Slated Cohen Congregation Anshe F.met, tion of the I'mon o! American He Chicago, III., is ia6i convention brew Congregations' annual spring Brotherhood of Temple Emanuchairman election meeting Tuesdaj at the F.1 will gather on Wednesday evenAmong the top.con this year's Dupont l'la^a hotel. ing to elect new ofticcrs and board convention agenda are Federal aid "The Best Future Course tfcr Remembers to serve diir.r.g 1961-62 to parochial education, the role and form Judaism'" will be debated by The event will take place in Sirresponsibility of the religious leadRabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple kin Hall at the Temple at 8 p.m. er in contemporary society Beth Sholom. who will present the MCW ot "The Path of Tradition."' and Rabbi Joseph Narot. of Tern pie Israel, who will explore 'The Traditionally Reform Path." New slate of officers submitted for election include Irving Lebow. president; Meyer \ Raskin, Rob ert Newman. Jack I Levkoff, Mar vin LeibowitZ, .lame> Albeit. Sam uel Lubcll. Milton Forman, Dr. Saul Geronemus, Dr. Henry Than/. Willie Ihlfelder and Nathan Zelraenovitk, vice presidents; Tilden Corenblum, secretary; David D. Pollack, treasurer Booster.-, the group, newly from -he ranks of Miami < ounty Chamber of Commembers, hathe official ledgement of that organiI CHII formi Dadi merc< ackm zatioi Tin group feels its efforts will contribute materially both to President John F Kennedy's "Travel to An erica" program and Gov Fan Bryant's goal of attracting more and more visitors to the Sunshine S'ate fix • g \u Cunard Eagle Airwayji •powered Bristol Britanni.i, the i itera will he welcomed to Britain h> government officials and rpresentatnes of the London Chamber of Commerce The Dade countianwill return via Cunard Kagle on Sunday morning, Apr, 30. A few bookings are Shores Unit Will Install Officers Shores Unit of the Woman's Cancer Institute's installation luncheon will be at the Lido Spa on the Venetian cswy. on Monday noon. May 1. Outgoing president Mrs. Henery Cewitz will introduce new l\ elected chancellor Mrs Milton Blum Other new officers are Joseph Kanier. Phillip Schessel. Sam Garfunkel and Paul Allen, vice presidents; Mrs. Moe Blitz, treasurer: Mrs Jacob Rifkin. financial secretary; Mrs Maxwell Hyman. recording secretary; Sydell Levine, Dan Levine and Harrj Rosenfeld, corresponding secretaries: and Mrs. Henry GevitZ, chaplain and parliamentarian ShineI'nit goal of S15.000 was exceeded "beyond all expectations" by $1,000 during the last fiscal year according to Mr-. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the area's division AI the luncheon, plans will be made lor raising funds in the new year. still open, according to John E. Hillgolh. Cunard Eagle general -alemanager in Miami. YOUR HOSTS ANN & DARE HEYDRICH DELMONICOS RESTAURANT 142 S.W. 87th AVENUE Now Serving Mi-Course American t Italian Dinners Deliciously Prepared & Reasonably Priced SPECIAL CrtllDRENS MENU Open 4 P.M. Daily Sunday, 12 Noon Our PMUuront S Av.il.ble for Pnva.e lu-Kh.on, .nd Meeting, Weekdays. Phone HI 6-1962 Kay to Host For Hospital Sheldon Kay. chairman of the Ba> Heights committee tor Cedarot aajBjnajajBfiiBjKtPiajl Lebanon jpen hi.home in Sunday. Ha) 14 to friends and neighbors for a cocktail party in behalf of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Kay. who is aclive in Combined Jewish Ap KAY peal. State of Israel Bonds, and Beth David Congregation, has also been active in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital fundraising activities. Kay is one of the developers of the new Westbrooke Country Club and Westchester Homes. Beach JWV Post Installs Officers Senior Metro Judge Ja


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iday. April 21, 1961 +Jmisii ffrraafiforj Page 9-B V-^/i arm it i a fu yours, L M Zi pp ASHION philosophies \ary with each individual woman, jV I :.iliii^ on the p;>rt of the vi she lives in. and what her p. ular needs are from a fashi cwpoint. i ; ough baa been written on i -.inject Ol fashion to till volBi May 1 begins American Ji.mty Fashion Week throughout J.i c nintry. in that vcock's isu( if "This Week" Magazine, a Hnel of leading American de%  gm rs discuss their individual shion philosophies in terms of N everyday wardrobe of the nical American woman, of hrse iii signers, Oieg Cassini is only one who has not been a • r of the most-coveted Coty Inard. hi i if' signers were asked to iress briefly their guides to Inn man beauty From Oieg '. sini, "Understatement is the r< ret of elegance. Underplay rcrything. This will upstage the :h. rs •• Galanoa, whose collecone oi the mi si expensive Di all, feels color is a most imsrtant factor. "Color should al%  ays be chosen to compliment %  and hair colorings Black eems lo compliment all types <•! %  omen it is subtle. It is elegant is the background tor beautiful cwels. Makeup iimportant It Ithe highlight accent to each an's coloring Discretion and isti are foremost considerations using '' %  For the husbands who eonr. lly hear the comment, "but haven't a ihin^; to wear." while I iking into a close! filled with Nothing Norman Norcll's opin'-hnuld be the one to relay to Iheir wives "Buy garments as IIA> si mi nti Select c arefullv, ir.d you will not need as many r : "tii\ well-chosen wardrobe ii aman} platcs .is a large i HE 11 xi bit oi philosoph) n aj be a rried over to many \tf > Ids it -:.'.,(! ot being limited tt< clothing. Prom Pauline Tri^k< ro comes this bit ol excellent Ha IVKI • Start now to find out Bv at clothes you look bi st in. Bf everyone comments on how ^ %  %  'raeiivc you look on a ccrta < malyz y< urself your v Ii of dress, COloi Ol eye 1 !.. IM i oiffuri Try it aj ain l: lats often are the • ib i cl of nj comments Sail) \ icl r i tj Award winner for millinery, feels hats should be the subject i I ompliments. Her philosophy is. "Buj a h.u because it will do • %  ii thing for you — not because >our head is cold, or you an afraid oi a sunstroke." An overall fashion picture is di u ussed by Sidney Wragge \ i volves In r own fashion a woman of indecision i angi g with the whim ol fashion trends In make-up, only one part of the face should be aci %  tuated. if it's the eyes, play d ft-n the lips with the palest lipstick — or vice versa I don't believe in heavy makeup tor daytime A bit of shadow, but no lone, lashes or bright lipstick." INSTALLATION luncheon of the Wom n'.Cancer League ol Miami Beach at the Seville hotel • Apr 4 was a gem. thankto • imagination of Mildred (Mrs Morris) Gidney. chairman ol the %  ay. and Mrs. Paul (Pat) Hrom who conducted the cere' % %  > %  Tiny pink umbrellafor April sh< •>• rs that 'inn;: May flowers" little ii d nosegaj s held the place cards, festooned nliboiis and a profusion of flowers deck c I the head table 1 and candles with bunched buds served as ccn terpieces for thesmaller settings Mrs Gidney paced the activi I %  and solved all problems looking very COOl and attractive m ,i white-on-wbite -Ik shirtmak i with matching head hugging cloche trimmed with floral • I millions. I ..; Brombt rg gave the charge ti new officers and board members With her flame-colored hair. >he wore a fox trimmed -wi ater, in brightest orange, and carried it off beautifully. The patterns in her multi-colored sleeveless frock .M-re outlined in sequins. \cwi> elected president Mrs %  .. i iBeryli Schonfeld chose a full-length coat ol beige linen a matching dress and com• d the ensemble w ith a striblack paten) sailor, bag and -•'in %  kJRS. Mickey (Yvettc Kraus, %  f ounder president, a little wa from several weeks she had %  -i enl in the ho spital, ni v erthe less looked very lovely in a i il-slim black linen sheath -it -it with white collar and hat w ith dra mafic low side s pi i 1 Berkman, Shaw Exchange Vows A double ring candclig'il cert mony united Miss Lois Barbara Shaw and Martin George Berkman on Sunday evening, Apr ii. al the Deauville hotel. Rabbi Joseph \a rot, of Temple Israel, officiated The bride's traditional gown was of white silk organza with a bout fan! skirt, and featured a fitted bodice of imported chantilly lace, sabrina neckline, and scalloped cap sleeves. Her shoulder-length French illusion fell from a white -ilk organza rose, and she carried white orchids on a Bible belonging to her friend. Penny Weiss. Her cousin. Susan Shaw, was her only attendant. Lawrence ('.oldblatt was best man for the groom, and Don cohn and Raymond Brown si rv id as Ushers. The new Mrs Berkman is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and attended the University ol Miami. Her husband is an alumnus ol the University oi Miami, and is currently with the Federal Government. The parents of the couple areMr and Mrs Nathan Schwartz, 601 SW 21 rd., Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Berkman. of 2527 SW If st., Miami After a reception and formal dinner at the Deauville hotel, the young Mr. and Mrs. Berkman left for a honevmoon in Jamaica On their return, they will make their home in Washington, DC. TERMITES ARE SWARMING.. CAII NAT 10 FRanklin 9-7663 FREE INSPECTION AND REPORT 11 Costs Less to Control Termites than to Ignore Them! T.— ..maredat mof^Ji^ap >-00.0C0.0G0 veor'y i ~ %  high pr.-< • ,h '-' -v, -~' 1 \ %  *'•"* NEW LOW COST PROTECTION AGAINST TERMITES tsr infested and non-infested houses uli homes. nt*>* %  .in 1er c %  •' iC'iM-i It costs ou nothing i •' hidden Jermttes otf ctesf'roirtnja tfuiturt ivexxi*ork, etc PHONt rtow tor I trained ererl NATIONAL i \ i i: II tl I M \ T O II S CALL FR -7#63 Anne Frank Unit Hears Review Anne Frank chapter o| B nai B'rith Women met Tuesday noon at Toby's cafeteria to hear a book review by Mrs Louis Schvv ar'/maii On Thursday evening, the chapter will hold its annual installation oi officers for 1961-62 at the Gar den restaurant. Mrs Irving Reimer is presi nl Installing officer "as to be Mrs. Gerald Soltz. president of District ") I'nai B nth Women. NEW EFFICIENCIES AIR-CONDITIONED, HEATED Comp!. ite Beach Vi 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 WI 5-0112 J 'Caught' Still Catches Them Three months alter its opening in opposition to the biggest entertainment names in local Gold Coast history, "Caught in the Act" continues at the Downstairs room ot the Seville hotel as one of the sea son's brightest hits of the nij.ht club season, Headlining the comedy talents ol! Jack De Leon and Terry Haven the east of six people are furthei supported by the Broadway talents ol Gene Allen. Jerry New by. Anne .loneand Lin, a Lavcin. All have appeared previously in major pro deletions, bringing their own talents to "Caught" in both ensembli numbers and individual solo spo's With songs and special comedv blackout material written by Rutl Wallis. Ernie Held and David Pa nich, the revue shaped up ,iI bri-k. colorful show which was immediately hailed by the critics Show times nightly are at it am 11 p.m with a special late sho> Fridaj and Saturday at l a.m. AriliiKM • MRS. MARTIN BttKMAN Judge Barad is Speaker I.e gal Implications in the Kichmann Trial" was the subject of an address bj Metro Judge Frederick N Barad on Wednesday evening al a meeting of the Democratic Club oi Miami Beach in the Saxony hotel. Jack Freitag showed a traI velogue entitled "Mediterranean Cruise." Sinai Board Will Meet Thursday J. Gerald Lewis, president, haannounced that the annual meet inji of the Mt. Sinai Hospital board Oi trustees and membership uill tx Thursday evening, Apr. 2". in thiLouis Woltson Auditorium of the hospital Election of new trustees will take place at the meeting, and there will be a presentation of reporton the hospital's past year of activities. USY Group Has Meetings United Synagogue Youth group ol Dade Hen his Jewish Congregation meets Wednesdays .^ s p.m. Young Judaeans meet Thursday from 7 15 to 9 p m. THE FAMILY OF THE LATE JERRY HOWARD STITSKY wish to express their deep appreciation zi Vie %  j ny kind expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement. RABBI and MRS. S. M. MACHTEI MORTON and NAOMI STITSKY She was visibly tiiuehed when Frances (Mrs Miltoni Linn, in .i sissj white evelet shut waisl dress presented her with three gold charms — one from the League, ore from the board, and one for outstanding services to the organization during her two j earas president The invocation was given by Mrs Ethel Gerson, whose softlj feminine sheer floral print epitomized spring — the theme ol the cla.v Among all the other pretty oul fits and accessories -*<-^ at the luncheon, onewas a possible Irend-setter as attractive Lee Mrs Sidney) Ohrbach wore her heart on the shorl sleeve ol her chic black a diamond heart, ol course CORAL GABLES COHVALESCEHT HOME "A Fnendh and Gentlt Atmosphere Those You I • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED • AIL ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOL • SPACIOUS GROUNDS t SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rosenth.il, Dnector-Owner %  fanner v--i Oh vtt sinal Himp Cleveland A lip-. 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riday. April 21. 1961 TALES OF MORALS A fmierful \mg I • • • %  • • %  %  .'magi : :hc n /ii% i. in,; ton .!>;,( I > 'i .. i,l ph .1 jool. ACf.'ia on tlu adv ce of his m %  C rj. i'u' -I'M !.'.;• Mill JKllN !,i j rt-ijEi country. :. ; :rrr to attend ihe mn entity.' The prince up, r3 '-ii•!.-- KIM BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox Rabbi H. LOUH Rottman. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Titor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. I' ').i ^ 6 '" i' MI Satuiila} v -i' .> m Si I iimn The Bai Mitsv.ih ..i !-• .•• I GEMS OF WISDOM i • i %  "li ( rod ami BIBI I I N -t The S %  %  %  %  %  %  \s|| • In %  / .. in ...MIV m riirx.fi A %  OUndl A i • ,. nil tilt' p %  %  : :, 1 III K21 DIARIES i BETH KODESH, 11551 Quail Hoost dr. Rabbi Harold Richter. hridaj 8:30 p.m. Bar Mttsvah or urila) 7 .i in Sermon I'ortlon "i id Week." Mitsvah I ..i w • < '. inicii: IsraelA Mm Louis K Sni tmun \V. .Mint %  .'•' %  s;il.1 Mr. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox, juims Sapero, president. • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. • TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th T 1 M PLE 'Kfift^'JS J" F 1, S. h fi* By RABBI SAMUEL FOX Why is it traditional to recite the "Song of Songs" every Friday evening before the Sabbath prayers? Some claim this is done because the Sabbath Eve Service welcomes the Sabbath as a bridegroom would welcome his bride. The "Song of SODgS," being an expression oi great love, is a fitting Biblical text to read before such an occasion. The general motive behind this n i Mining is that one is to look for-' ward to the approach of the Sab-' bath with great desire and antici-, pation for its many blessings and spiritual gifts. Others tZohar) claim that the "Song of Songs" has | 117 verses which correspond to the 117 hours during the week in which the victims of Gehena are punished. II iiiniif IIIMIII— iini—aaa—— This fa^'f is prepared in cooperation with the Spiritual Lrdders of the Greater .Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rahbi David Hcron Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Hcrson Talfs of Moral Rabbi Solomon Schiff Gems i / Wisdom Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. i"i lda> B:13 p.tn Sermon: "The John Kirch Si.ii. i\ How rierioudl) Should w. Regard it?" e TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Palermo iv*. Liberal. Rabbi Morns Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. rri > .1.'. p.m. S. iini.n "I ".< Monies for Private Schools." Saturday 10:30 n.in. Bar Mltavan Paul, sun lot Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Turner TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. KYIdaj 8:15 p m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon rii. Portion ol the Law Bar Mitsvah: Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Small; Martin, s-'ii ol all and Mis. David Tr. IN ii. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samimi Gombera. KVIday R l", p.m. Sermon: ''Israel Independence I*ay13 Splendid Years Saturilay 8 lo a.m. Sermon: "Weeklj FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st '' # pi. Conservative. Rabb, Gerald TEM p LE S NA NO MIAMI. 12100 Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein. IIda) 6 and B 1_i p m >rm< n: "Israi l Ceh brati Its Bar Mitsvah i*ea Sat ai da) 9 .1 ni. ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. H'rtda) B IS p.m Sermon: "When Vrs Ihe Boys.?" Saturda) 8:43 a.m Bar Mitsvah: KonaM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Punt: Barry, son ol Mr and \iis s:.iii... i ieutach. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Prlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: Hist In | Raei Lost In Space." Saturda) 9 a.m Bar Mitsvah Randy, son • %  ( Mr. .mil Mr.-. Robert Oartman. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Prlila) 8:30 p.m, Sermon: 'Isi •' \ I •. me*, \ of Antlqult) Sal irda) 9 .iMi. Sermon: "Israel's (Inal Ad van;. stitutcd this practice to correspond to the six blasts of t h e Shofar which were blown to announce the coming of the Sabbath. Generally speaking, an introduction such as this w'as in order because the service on the eve of the its rectal is offered to >par-, s lbbath vva aluavs movcd up car those who utter It Horn punish^ m ime m onk r () a(Jd more ment. The total of 117 U arrived mmuU s to hc Sabbatn rorn the at by asserting :ha: four and one w ,.,. k day vvor d Consequently, it half hours each day. the hours of I M f( ., t in ordcr t() US( Ih( M prayer are those in which the vierPortion iif ihi i..i'v Rai Mitsvah Michael, st>n ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Prida) 6 IS and v 15 p m Sermon : 10 .IHI !'• %  : Mitsvah Mark, son M ami Mi Hei bi i %  ; Bra i KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Seit. TEMPLE ZAMORM. 44 Zamora sve. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. %  %  i' ni Si mon "Youth and K.iiih ." Awards preoented b) Phi sljrma I>i la Saturda) • IS s m Bai Mitsvah John, I Ml and Mis %  %  • an indication that the Majesty of the Almighty is to be found in the week-day world when one looks forward to the Sabbath. • • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. H01 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Conservative. Raobi Alfred WaxP Ida) • u man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Sermm l'li-loua i • .._ • %  i.. 1-1 i-Yiiiii) S:3ti n Sermon: Birth and %  : Ki Idman, i;, i, : -1 h OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr TlFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Orthc-dcx Rabbi Phmeas Webei man ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. CanWhat is Hie Jewish view regarding the crime of kidnaping? In the Bible kidnaping which results in slavery or selling of the individual is punishable by death rExodus 21:16; Deuteronomy 24:7). it is recited rue its meaning is This indicates how severe a crime not to be fully understood at any kidnaping mast have been regardother time of the week (Shaloh). | e d ( 0 |„. SOUTHWEST CENTER. H438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. -.,.. %  Mltai TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. ?320 NE 171st st. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. tor Albert Gl.intz. t rlda) Mi : MI S< i mon 'The Sta le ,,i Israel fumes of ABTI Saturda) 9 ^i m >. • n pg j,i i e YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. R.iDbi Sheldon Steinmetf. Cantor "Morris Berger. I• r ,i i\ s %  sei min Ilelna; Why are six chapters of the Psalms recited before the evening service of Friday night? The Kabbalist, Moshe Gordovero, is -.nd to have recited these I at I asion because he ti II i;--\ nted th< i •; • Majestj \ > rcthe works of the universe Gaoniro inI II :,',' he small, %  I ma : •! %  SILVER • — [ U'hal W-./'' ,V't ji'..,iii.i> :• a.m. TEMPLE DETM AM. 599J) N. Kendall Onl M^itfJ ft.gv.-t*ii ', • Ml and dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert Mrs I'arl tfuldap Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. —a>— TCMDI eBCTH*ri~nsunnv YOUNG IfljRAEL. 9W .IE 171st st, T W OO L D E SfiPV -• 'o L rm W^^ Ra.bi .heVw.n S.aub.r. Rabbi Samuel Jaffs. TEMPLE EETH SHOLEV ct Hollywood. '725 Monroe St. Ccnservat.ve Rabbi Samuel Lerer. %  i U %  %  ....._ M • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Ch.iS' 4ve. L berat. Raboi Leon Kron.sh j 8! 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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 16 Miami. Florida, Friday. April 21, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* BIENNIAL DETAILS PAGE 8-10A 1000 Delegates Here To Open B'nai B'rith Women's Conference mum. elon women in the new adm „ ; %  exnlore the i .,, -.n. u ,„„.„-, organizations ., the 1961 ,,', '. ..,;• ,'.. '^V" eC V'< in Mia. Bead begin* Monday, Apr. 24. Sessions will continue through Fridaj Api -a. Convention keynoter Mrs i Iher P< te issistanl to i s Secret! r) I La KW Arthur Gold b %  and d i ttor ol the Won* i and Mi • Elizatx ih Rudel SmitJ treasurer of the United Statt wil ik on problen chan • rid poses to volunteer nensorg •:Military Chief Confesses He Was Red orLabel Katz, president c: 3::c: B'rith, will address the concluding nocn session on Friday. Apr. 23. cf. the national biennial conven'ion of B'nai B'rith Wcmen at the Carillon hotel Mor* than 1,000 B'nai B'ritii Worr-ti leae'ers and guests are x pectee to afte-d the 8:30 p.m. opening session Monday when the American Heritage Foundation and Radio Free Europe Fund will preset &f specia 1 awards to the international Jewish women's service organization. \ I rsl ban I report of the A loll Eichmann trial will highlight the -. Thursday. Apr 27 Arnold Forster, civil rights direct r an < general counsel for the 1 aai B'r i Anti-Defamation • %  plans • > addresa the dele gate; irecUy after his return to the t: .ted States from Jerusalem |when he at>nded the trial Dm ag week-long meetings, exMtMOHAL TO MARTWS By JTA Teletype Wire elected B'nai cers on Fridav B'rith Women offiApr. 28 Arabs and Israel Unhappy With U.S. Refugee Stand UNITED NATIONS-< the '.' 'ganiiations Baid of belief that these Jactici \ the church-state n pi pie of the I nendment." I i JCo : the ACLU, huh repres I five parents in illenging sectarian practices in Miami schools, said they were Hghly gratifie I at these prece lot-making rulings by Gordon: "1) For Hit first timt in AmeriContinued on Page 3 A d workshops ..: | dis< ussi m examine the status oi women and the challenges facing laniiations, according to Mrs Charles D Solovich, pres135.000-member II in ; special open symposiui • n •:• B rith Youth S n ices tmberg. chairman oi the : ith You 11 %  on, Dr. W in Haber. chairman 'he l; nai B rith Hi lei Commission and Dr. Maurice Jacobs i ol B nai B rith \ x a Service, will -hare the po dium witl youth repres tatives Alice Hi berman. inti i aai nai pi lidenl oi B'nai B'rith Mel Hecht, repres* l Un lersit) : Miami Hillel; a Harriet i. % %  • representing i B'nai B'rith Vocational Services Guest speaker at the concluding JERl SALEM—Attorney General luncheon session will be Label Gideon Hausner. completing a nine ECatz presidani oi B'nai Bruh. hour prosecution recital of the in ivho will also install the newlycredible Nazi atrocities against the Jews, which left correspondent sickened and spectators weeping, told Adolf Eichmann Tuesday he would enjoy a privilege in his trial which he "did not accord to a single one of his victims." the right to defend himself. Mr. Hausner told the court that the former Gestapo colonel, char ged with directing the murder of 6.000.000 Jews, would have his fate decided by law according to the evidence, with the burden of proof of his crimes resting on the prosecution. The judges of Israel. the attorney general said, "will pronounce a true and righteous judgment." With the conclusion of the prosecution statement, the next step will be the presentation of witnesses for the prosecution, which will a'so include presentation of the tremendous collection of documentary evidence collected by Israeli police from many of the countries where Eichmann operated. The final part of the prosecution statement, describing the unbelievable bestialities in the Nazi exAVIV%  thai the Be< r pi rsonal military ad\ i prol ssor : military h si %  JTA — Isra ere stunned Sui ry's fore tary i X| erl Lt. l M • isti r David Vviv 1 %  an I keenes as a p • :' • military analy sts for the Israe press. I reign Communist I -.I to the char VOMAHN HEADS 'NOT GUILTY' Listing of Atrocities Brings Tears to Eyes in Courtroom PACT 6 A ponden:eral left lenger. The defendant impassive!) in covering the trial S the hall, unable to IU continued to sit his bullet-proof Continued on Page 5-A Kennedy Praises Warsaw Heroes The I'.S A introduced Tuesday a new resolution at a meeting of the General Assembly's special political committee There, for a week, a debate has been raging on Arab-Moslem proposal.thai the United Nations establish custodian ship over the property in Israel claimed by the Arabs. The l S. ha f previously tried to amend the Aral) proposals Israel denounced that Arab plan as an effort to "es tabhsh control in respect to Is rael's territory." declaring thai the real purpose is to call Israel's state!) %  id into question." The Arab bloc, dissatisfied with Continued on Pige 11-A NEW YORK (JTA) — President John F. Kennedy and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller praised this week the heroism of the Jewish martyrs who fought against the Nazis in the Warsaw Ghetto in 1943 The President and the Governor sent messages commemorating the heroism Of the Warsaw Ghetto martyrto Adolph Held, chairman of i the Jewish Labor Committee, in connection with a commemorative service held Wednesday at the Statler hotel under the auspices of the World Congress ol Jewish Cul: u re "The rising of the people In the Warsaw Ghetto against the terrible oppression and cruelty they were made to suffer." stated Presi Kennedy, "has lefl a perm, impression in the nun.is of men. It was an epic act of courage. To — p: Russia — an in • %  !• israi i pr • tl i %  d thai Mi '•-. in Tel \viv a when I)r i'. • 'aigned I r bj a n n Shin 1 I Israel's s< Mi's g< : was I • %  • %  • $ ai spii ... and foreign agent with the inti ntion of ing the State securit) hands trembled when, at th( quest of shin Bet, Mrs i ei sign I an order imprisoning Dr 15 days for further interrogation If convicted Dr. Beer faces lift imprisonment. He was arrested at 2 a.m., on Mar. 31, at his home in this city, on the edge of a small forest along the Yarkon River. He had answered a knock on the front door, and found himself facing a uniformed police officer accompanied by representatives of Shin Btt. He was told he was suspected of espionage, and shown a warrant giving the officers authorization to search his home. By the time the arresting party left Dr. Beer's home, about 65 Continued on Page 2-A termination camps, was for some of the hundreds of corres Italian Leader In Apologies ROME—(JTA)—A representath i of Italian Defense Minister Giulio Andreatti, who is also editor of a magazine in which two anti-Jew irticles have appease.' gave .-r in< es this w eek tl was willing to publish re] prepared by the Union of Ital too much a darkened world, it meant, al I • ,ew sh Communities to re I Continued on Page 5-A '/ Saw Eichmann-and Gasped' By RAY S. BINDER Special Jewish Floridian Correspondent US ALE M — Today. I saw mana I shall start at the beginning. I am sitting in the Pi R em, watching the more than 400 journalists who have come to report this "trial of the century I am watching the room by television and see I at their respective posiMr. Hausner, prosecuting rnej ol Israel, and Dr Servatius, repr senting A II I nn. Since it is almost 9 a.m., I put on mj earphones and plug into my transitor so thai I will be able 11 receive immediate trans!,. of the proceedings into English. I take my seat in the auditorium, and before anyone can realize what happened, the door opens to the glass, bullet-proof box in which Eichmann sits, and he is brought into the courtroom aceompan ; ed by two policemen. A* first glance, there is a gasp from all cf us. Then, I simply sta.-e at this inhuman human, who implemented "the final solution to the Jewish problem." Eichmann is dressed in a dark, w oil-fitting sun and tie. which ru-j mor ha< it was bought for him the day before in Jerusalem H Continued on Page 5-A • ..ike-' in the articl ts The representative the i" let's retary, gai e I call on Di lent oi the l nion Thi v expressed regret les ai I isserted th< were nspired b) evil in) One of (be articles in the oeriedica', "Noncreteress." revved the notorious "Protocols of ZiOft," accuttd Italian Jews of preferring "parasitic professions.' a~of being "obstinately again** assimilation" with their fellow Italians. The call follov ; between Premier Amintore Fanfari Continued on Page 10-A I f