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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 )
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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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'Jewish Flonridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 17
Miami. Florida. Friday. April 28. 1961
Two Sections Price 20'
What of Jewish Community as Algeria Kettle Comes to Boil?
E/ E3WJN EYTAN
JTA
Paris
William Shalec was a eonscien-
tious >oung man. Although he
had not CO ae to deal with the
Jewish community, his feelings of
shod nd horror compelled him
to rep rt on this tragic aspect of
the 6 latio Painstakingly he
wroU in 1 id:
"The Jewish community is ter-
ribly oppressed. The Jews are not
allowed to leave their cities with-
out special permission, except on
Wednesdays and Saturdays. All
the hard and degrading work Is
reserved for them. They are
often hit, an; their property is
looted. Sometimes they are mur-
dered but never, whatever the
circumstances may be. are I
allowed I resist. Even the chil-
dren maltreat them, and their
life is one long succession of op-
pression and outrage. Indeed. I
believe that the Jews of '..
are the most miserable and un-
fortunate of their race."
William Shaler was the Amer-
ican Consul in Algiers ani his
port, addressed to the State De-
p irtmer.t in Washington, w ..- writ-
ten on the eve of the French occu-
pation over a century ago.
SitT-e then, this Jewish com-
munity has undergore the fastest
and most radical emancipation
ever witnessed. Forty years after
the French occupation in 1830, the
entire Jewish community was
grar-ted French nationality and
equal rights with all other French-
men across the Mediterraroan. In
less than a generation 'ley con-
tributed scholars, soldiers, doc-
tors ard journalists to the cul-
tural life of the country which had
lifted the heavv yoke of oppress.si
from their necks.
As 1961 dawned over the bar-
ren rocky hills of Kal md the
sun-drenched white cities if Al-
giers and Oran. anxiety, and some
ti nes panic, gripped on< igain
the 150.000 Jews of Alge i
asked thi the whe !l
Continued on Paje -A
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COURT BECOMES CLASSROOM
Witnesses Tell Terrors
Of Eichmann s Deeds

LESS ARROGANT TODAY PASS 7-A
By Direct Te pe W re
fcUSALEMThe barbaric role whicl Eichmann. forn'-
* ita: : on trial here, played in I reeling the annihilati
ion n Nazi Europe was desci Tuesday bj
ut in witnesses, two ol whon mel E ihmann before World
RMs Flay
Federal Aid
To Schools
HATl BAN fcJrGfO PACE 5-A
SHA LAKE, N.Y.UTA'
for President Kennedy's
of federal aid to public jjJ^JJ
KIAM;
-Suppoi
Irogram
?hools. and '.lie elimination from
jch a program of government aid
religious schools, was urged
[ere Sunday by Rabbi Edward T.
kandrow, president of the Rabbini
fa] Assembly of America.
Kabfi Sandrow made his state-'
rent a1 the opining session ol the
innual. five-day convention ol the
Assembly, attended by more than
mi delegates representing Conser-
vative synagogues in the United
tates and Canada. Pointing out
lh.it support of the President's plan
? War ll. .. i he i is alreadj i .
arge o the Gestapo's -lev
The i witnesses who faced
Eichman > Dr. Benno Cohen
a leader of the B rlin Jewish com
munity during the rise of the Nazis.
' ard new a lawyer in Tel Aviv. an. *
Aharon Lindenstrauss, a German
Zionist leader.
Dr. Cohen described the develop-;
I ment of Nazi anti-Jewish legisla-'
1 tion. confiscation of Jewisii prop-
| arty, and the mass expulsions ot
Jews from Germany. He recall-
ed the Nazi book-burning and other
savage acts perpetrated by the
F?.OF. SAL0 BARON
. ontl-Semitic system
NEW YORK(JTA>Pn Kennedy cor.-: tulated this
k on its celebration of the 13th anniversary if its independ
Mr, Kennedy's message, senl to Israel's President Ben-Zvi was read
|on New York City Hall U>e Stark, president o! the New York
City Council, as part of New York City's official celebration
1 anniversary. S e v e n
Mr. Lindenstrauss described
the Berlin pogrom of 1938. He
Continued on Page 10-A
thousand
people gathered at City Hall Plaza
to participate in the ceremonies.
In his message, President Ken-
nedy said: "1 know that this 13th
anniversary of Israel's indepen-
dence, the year of coming of age,
is of particular importance to many
in Israel. The occasion serves t>
highlight the remarkable progress
made in the short span of Israel's
JERUSALEM (JTA) Three strate Israel's continuing progress existence. I am greatly pleased
hundred thousand spectators in armor and artillery capability, to send wishes and congratulations
.... j to Your Excellency and to the
watched here as Israel marked its The 40.minute parade of military people of Israei as weil as my own
13th anniversary with a parade ot mig,u inciU)::cd the first display of persona| regards."
more than 4.000 soldiers and 23 medium Centurion tanks and 105-
mobile units assembled to demon- mm self-propelled guns mounted Representatives of the Prores-
300,000 See Independence
Parade Minus Air Force
Indict Gestapo 'Jewish Expert'
For Murder of 100,000 Poles
Continued on Page 6-A
| on half-tracks, the latter a device
developed by Israeli engineer-
Two arms of Israel's military for-
;cesits jet-equipped air force and RD SPY TALKS
navywere represented sym-
its
bolically by specially
marchers in the parade.
dressed
FRANKFURT (JTA) Guen-
br federal aid to public schools is ther Fuchs, the one-time "Jewish
leeded because "the public schools expert" of the Gestapo in Lodz in
lie a bi lwark of our democratic Nazi-occupied Poland, has been i
lystem," Rabbi Sandrow declared: dieted
"We should oppose the grant-
ing of federal aid as well as loans
to pri\te a"d sectarian elemen-
tary ard hign schools. The sepa-
ration :f chcrch and state has
[been ine raunchest safeguard
Continued on Page 9-A
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responsibility in the
murder of "about 100.000 Jews" In
the Lodz Ghetl i
The 19-year-old Gestapo official
was working for the Lower Saxony
Refugee Ministry when he was ar-
rested las! May. He was indicted
in Hanover. Preliminary investi-
gation was reported underway in
Munich also against Dr. Brad
i'i-ch. a former Lodi Gestapo chief.
on charges he headed an Einsatz
Commando execution squad in the
Smolensk area.
Trial opened before the Kas-
sel Jury Court against two form-
er high-ranking police officers
charged w'th complicity in the
murder of 500 to 700 Jews in
Sluik, White Russia, during the
Nazi occupation. More than 30
witnesses will testify against
former Police Colonel Frani
Lecnthaler, 70, and Police Chief
Csmmissar Willi Papenkort, 52.
Papenkort was serving on the
Essen police force when he was
arrested last summer.
The navy could not be repre-
sented in a land march and the
air force was deliberately absent
because the location of new Je-
rusalem and the Israeli-Jorc'an
demarcation line nearby make it
impossible for fast-moving jets
to maneuver without a risk of
Beer Says He
Was Impostor
TEL AVIV(JTA)Israel Beer,
the military analyst under a
here for alleged espi magi
half of a Communist luntry, ad-
mitted Monday that he was m
being over Jordanian air space.
The route of the march had been a participant in the Spai Civil
altered in deference to objections War. and tiiat he had never b
of the United Nations stemming a member of the J Self
from Jordan's annual charge thai 'er.se Corp.- under -.h
i the larade was a threat to interna- gime of Austria.
Tedem Ueb\S fional Jeace A Security Council! Until now, he bad claim,! both
Continued on Page 5-A Continued on Page 2-A
r, was arres
Continued on Page 3-A
SS Man Found Working in N.Y. German Center
';
By Special Report I Of officials of Goethe HOuse last
February and demanded an nves
XEW y0RK The America. waj .
!, -. Congress disclosed tnis ... nr,A
, u-ned a former Nazi between AJCongress officials and
SS member was working at Goethe
i House, the German cultural center
I in New York. He is Hans Egon
i Holthusen, a writer employed as
a cultural attache at the center.
G te H mse at which the Ger-
group agreed to in* iti
the charges.
RABBI EDWARD SANDROW
.. democratic bulwark
The AJCongress charges wsre
contained in a letter written Feb.
The AJCongress said it had j 28 by Phil Baum, director of If*
nightly, except Sundays, through, AJCongress Commission on In-
ternational Affairs. The letter
informed Samuel Reber, execu-
tive director of Goethe Houst.
that AJCongress learred Holt-
husen had been an active mem-
ber of the SS in the early days
of the Hitler movement. Reber
replied on Mar. 2, indicating he
was unaware of this, and that
he would have a "thoroivjh in-
vestigation made."
Baum then met with the Ger
man official, who co.....
Eacl t!':1: Holthusen i
I er ol the SS. b
full Investi ation of Hoi
\ i record h i I n
i Reber asl :
:ime tc complete I le int i
.u Germany.
A date has now been
nexl week at which Ret
Baum will meet to re e re-
sults of the investi
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Home for Aged Meeting Slates Sen. Smathers
SEN. GEORGE SMATHERS
[Jewish Expert"
Is Indicted
Continued from Page 1-A
i near Stuttgart, on charges ol
Dmplicity in the murder of about
MRS. SOI SILVERMAN STEPS DOWN
Sen. George A. Smathers will be
special guest ol the Jewish Home
lor the Aged on Sunday, 2 p.m., at
Douglas Gardens. Sen. Smathers,
who has been appointed a member
of the Senate's special commit lee
on the aged and aging, will greet
the more than 1,000 persons expect-
ed to attend the Home's 16lh annual
membership meeting
"Our 16th annual meeting."
Ju;ige Irving Cypen, president of
the Home, said, "will be a gala
occasion for all those interested in
the Home, not only because of Sen.
Smathers' participation, but also
because we are paying special tri-
bute to Mrs. Sol Silverman, who
after 10 years of leadership, is re-
linquishing her presidency ol the
Women's Auxiliary of the Home.''
According to Judge Cypen,"there
is a direct relationship between
Mrs. Silverman's leadership and
the transformation of Douglas Gar-
dens from a custodial institution to
a specialized community for senior
citizens with therapeutic and re-
Ill WOMAN'S WORLD
L(>00 inmates of the Danzig Stutt- habilitative services."'
f concentration camp from 1W0 To be announced aJ tne Sundav
1941 ,. meeting is a report that architects
|The observance ol a memorial g Loewenber o| die-ago. and
Dortmund for political victims Irvin Koracn, ((1 Miami, nave com.
urdtred by the Dortmund Gestapo p|c1ed p,ans for npw addilions to
Good Friday in 1944 was marked ,hc }{ome which WI lde m
a denunciation of the West Ger- addi(ional beds
in judiciary by Gerhard Jahn.
?ocial Democratic deputy in the
1st German Parliament and
irman of the Parliamentary m-
inification committee.
The deputy charged that many
(ges and prosecutors who had
ired the Nazi judicial system
ere still holding posts in West
rrman courts and that many had
wn they had not recanted for
^eir Nazi pasts by demonstrating
liency toward right-wing move-
tnts in West Germany and in
leir judgments of Nazi crimes
bought before them.
project study directed by Dr. wood and Junior Auxiliaries.
Edward J. Fox. chairman of the
department ol marketing of the A hl|gc tent sealing over 1,000
University oj Miami.
Another major announcement by
Judge Cypen will relate to t h e
persons will protect the audience
Sunday from possibly inclement
weather. Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
planning and immediate construe- of Temple Emanu-KI. will give the
tion of a new medical diagnostic invocation.
and treatment center at Douglas ~" -----*
Gardens, being furnished by the %
Hollywood Auxiliary. Also, in ad-
dition to the cooperative relation-
ships with the University of Miami
and Florida State University, the
Home is now beirg requested for
training of physical therapists.
Dade
Federal
Savings
JUDGE IRVING CYPEN
of 225
new plans call for
beds.
The Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity has the lowest ratio of in-
stitutional beds per 1,000 Jewish
population of all other major and
In addition to the Greater Mi-
ami, Junior and Hollywood Wom-
en's Auxiliaries, a new Miami
Auxiliary has come into being as
a result of the leadeship of Mrs.
David Phillips and Mrs. Silver-
man. President of the new auxi-
liary is Mrs. Gladys Dinitz, who
becomes a member of the Home's
board of directors.
Dr. George Graham, chairman of
the nominating committee, will
submit a slate of 17 persons for
election to the board, supplement-
ing those whose terms have not
expired. The following have been
renominated for three year terms:
Leo Allen. Col. Jacob M. Avcry.
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except Los Angles, according to
Home officials. Further aspects of
Berger, Judge Irving Cypen. Mrs
Frances Fntine. Melvin L. Green,
Construction of the addition. Judge Cypen's report will deal with -^rs Herman Jacobs. Iran Korach.
which will launch a S500.000 drive
here, is expected to begin no later
than 1962. A rendering of the Home,
with two floors above the Albin
Memorial, will be on display. The
the critical financial situation of
the Home as the result of reduced
allocations from Federation and the
United Fund and the preliminary
findings of our apartment house
Dade Heights Has Varied Activities
Adult education group of Dade
Heights Jewish Congregation will
discuss "The Book of Job" on
Tuesday. Class in elementary He-
brew will be held Wednesday.
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Server. Mrs. Sol Silverman and Dr.
.U ss Spirer. The only new nominee
on the slate for a three year term
is Louis Bresler.
In addition to Judge Cypen. the
officers of the home are Mrs. lsi-
Men's Club ol Dade Heights will dore Cohen, founder; Judge Harold
hold its Lag B.Omer picnic for He- B. Spaet. honorary president. Col.
brew and Sunday school classes on Jacob M. Arvey. David B. Fleeman.
Sunday. May 7. at Greynolds Park. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. David
Mother's Day Mght Club affair Phillips and Julian We.nkle. vice
on Saturday night. May 13. will presiden
feature a floor show and dancing.
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Whether you
plan to buy. build, i
remodel or refinance
Stanley M. Beckerman.
treasurer: Sam He-nick, financial
Mrs. Eernie Phillips and Mrs. Har- secretary; Mrs. Sol Silverman. COT
vcv Duke are in charge of reserva- responding secretary: and Mrs
Lawrence Silverman. recording
tions
Rabbi Max Zucker and Cantor
Emanuel Mandel will officiate at
'he congregation's donor luncheon
at the Carillon hotel on Sunday
v.he:! special awards will be
i resented lo Viesdames Alvin Stern,
Harvey Duke. Hernie Phillips.
Meyer Lew and Bert Levy.
secretary. Mrs. Stanley M. Becker-
man an.' Mr- Louis Cole are presi-
dents, respectively, ol the Holly-j
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!3fh Anniversary Parade
Ti-.e 13th anniversary observance of the
Stale of Israel
c:.- I on the oc
led-
s a vi< ari
i tent.
. he'd th
force ; ation as c xample
... .'. Uingness to cooperate although
Jordan has been no less guilty cf violations on
same score.
But as the 13th anniversary observance
dawned, other considerations heightened the
expectant atmosphere than Isiaei's joyous
need to flex her muscles and to celebrate a
dozen years of solid achievement in the face
cl Arab threats of war. These included:
The rising ferment over the Eichmann trial,
with the "revelations" expected from the pro-
ceedings making for a sea of tension in remem-
brance of things past.
The arrest of Dr. Israel Beer. Israeli mili-
tary authority, whose spying for the Soviet
Union underscores the fact that even in a
young, vigorous and pioneering country,
where all citizens are seemingly dedicated to
the success of their national effort, subversives
make equal and opposite attempts to assure
failure.
The unresolved Pinhas Lavon affair, which
toppled the Israeli government, compromised
the position of Prime Minister Ben-Gurion, and
iorced the country into a general election come
Aug. 15.
The anniversary parade, minus air force,
was as usual launched on a note of great joy
end anticipation of better things to come, but
these considerations unmistakably colored the
atmosphere of a people celebrating the birth
of their independence.
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Friday, April 28, 1961
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J'ACCUSE!
Combined Jewish Appeal
Combined Jewish Appeal will hold a report
meeting here on May 8 to discuss the outcome
of the 1961 campaign. Until that date, CJA
workers will be busy in a massive effort to col-
lect pledges made by Greater Miamians dur-
ing the campaign, and to tap those who have
not yet contributed to the Jewish community's
united fund-raising effort.
Although final tallies are still to, be deter-
mined, it is no secret that this year's CJA drive
did not fare as well as had been hoped.
Launched on a unique and anticipatory note
lest summer, the Combined Jewish Appeal met
and was forced to cope with the anxious prob-
lems marking Dade county's general philan-
thropic atmosphere during the 1963-61 season.
Inevitably, the beneficiary agencies of
Greater Miami's CJA campaign will feel the
pinch. This means a less bright view in terms
ci the meny services the Jewish community en-
joys through the programs of these agencies.
It is always an appropriate time to come
icrward end indicate support of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, and now, of course, would be
a particularly proper moment on the eve of the
CJA report meeting. Dade Jewry's central
fund-raising effort needs your fulfilled pledge
now.
THE VOICE OF
able backdrop for the latest announcement by
Home officials of a project designed to increase
its facilities to include an additional 125 beds.
Add to this the Home's lovely and secluded
garden surroundings, its unique pavilion apart-
ments for residents, therapy and occupation
programs, and research activities in coopera-
tion with the University of Miami and the
Jewish Home for the Aged emerges as one of
the fine achievements of the Greater Miami
Jewish community.
The 16th annual meeting will also pay
tribute to Mrs. Sol Silverman, who retires as
president of the Women's Auxiliary after ten
years in office. Mrs. Silverman's energetic
devotion to the organization is a cogent ex-
ample of the Auxiliary's meaningful contribu-
tion to the Jewish Home for the Aged in the
Home's continuing effort to make the life of
some of our senior citizens in their twilight
years an experience marked by fruitful and
happy endeavor.
during (he week
I ... as i see it
by IE0- MINOIIH
Home for Aged Meeting
The Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its
16th annual meeting on Sunday. An exciting
program is in the offing, with an address
scheduled by United States Sen. George
Smc'hers.
Sen. Smothers is a member cf the Senate's
subcommittee on the aged and cainq, end
should have a stimulating message for the
1,000 person* expected to attend the meeting.
Miami's Jewish Home for the fiaed is a
continuing and fruitful experiment in the devel-
oping science of geriatrics, and the Home has
been a receated national example of progress
in this field.
The Sunday meeting will serve as a suit-
only minutes
"hello;" ram us ft h
on th. blsot
mistakabh f
it has an aS ,,. J.
polite preju, may ;m initial
greet you at vei .:'.'
fhut l'u;l:" 'w
the hatemi r _
soon as th. ers *
gins. Wo. .,: .noray
less subtle and fnc.i-ntly more violent. I am by new an i icti \L
detecting the
I
MM
urn all. They call often. When world .vent- sharpen
their purpost thej speak with exultation, assume .oniK
and lecture you "foi your own good."
tones,
Hebrew Univ. Observance
American Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity are planning a series of functions here
designed to celebrate the university's 36th
anniversary of founding. Highlight of the ob-
servance will be the visit of Dr. Harry Zvi
Tabor, a world-renowned expert in solar en-
ergy and director of the Hebrew University
solar energy research program.
Friends of this center of higher learning
in Israel have good reason to be proud. He-
brew University includes among its faculty
members many famous personalities in a host
of professions and academic fields. Some of
the recent and exciting archaeological discov-
eries in the Middle East have been made by
Hebrew University teams.
The university is also a place of intensive
and extensive study in physics, some cf this
related to a variety of nuclear research pro-
jects. Dr. Tabor is, himself, an examDle of
Hebrew University's central role in the scien-
tific world, and his speciality symbolizes the
university's continuing contribution to Isiaei's
development as a nation within the context cf
its limited geographical means.
The university's medical school end hos-
pital center is a crowning achievement for an
institution of higher learning only 36 years o'd
an institution unique in a principally back-
ward and aggressive Middle Eastern wo-ld

One woman several days ago phoned to inn me I ,t the
country is beii ated by a torrent of "1 i 0n
guard, replied I i saw nothing harmful in su< a phei ,n _
except pcrhapi its extra-sentimntalism. "After all [ rep! \|r
red. He can do no mor
>.,,, John : [ennedj take on too much lo jt$,
Armstrong. boy with that conferrii ey-ve
d. ing."
Bui Ike." 1
;. people tryi
t you? !
; I
my
oisonou
ami lified bre; b |:1> Uini-
.:. -:. :
TH RECORD MADE CLEAR
I MUST HERE C. .'-- that 1 am frequently expi > I i a.
policies adopted bj the State of Israel and not
When Israel ann. Aid it would manufacture 1:.. mad
under German I t, one of my most intimate non-JewisI friends,
an intellectual foi m 1 have virtually bottomless admus'ton. at-
tacked me mercilessly, demanding an explanation if "th
immoral behavior "
Let the record be clear. I am not responsible for thi leliber-
ations. actions, or general diplomatic demeanor of the State Israel
Jerusalem has never once consulted me prior to making ;. decision
of any kind. Were 1 to offer an opinion, it would be met. 1 ..m cer-
tain, with profound silence. This holds equally true for the K.ihmann
capture and trial. In simple terms, no one ever asked me Not a
single Israeli in official circles has ever so much as hinted ;nat mjr
Suggestions about the matter would be either helpful or welc ime.
The contrary also holds true. My feelings about the E.chmara
trial have been expressed publicly again and again. The; are id
consonance with those adopted by the State of Israel. But Jerusa-
lem, apparently, has not deemed it necessary to express i;> gratitade.
In making the record clear. I am simply hoping to get the net bunch
of bigots who phcr.e at least to start out with a different point of vies.
a-
SOME WEIGHTY AND CONSEQUENTIAL OPINION
AN EVEN MORE intelligent thing would be to call William Zucker-
^ man, who publishes the Jewish Newsletter, which I:
making so much succulent Associated Press copy thisc da; Mr
Zuckerman is a tried and true anti-Zionist, who willingly o|
columns of his four-page circular to anti-Israel polimic- frequenflj
indistinguishable from anti-Semitic ones.
Mr. Zuckermar. should hopefully be more sympathetic and
certainly terrified at the prospect of a flood of "I like Eich cards
Isn't this just what he has been predicting all along? In additwi
to getting a warmer reception at the Jewish Newsletter, the bigot
could feel that he it lecturing "the horse's mouth."' as it were Mr
Zuckerman. for his part, does quite a bit of lecturing on I
which he assumes U weighty and consequential. Whir, officia
Salem pays him no hied, and it never does, he is put oul abi it H "
and mightily, at that, as any single issue of his Newsletter m
indicate.
For a mar, so unimpressed by Israel, he sure does dei
of time and space to :t. But. pardon me. that is a hors< of >nothflj-
The important issue here is that the bigot who catls him "'
net meet with the detached reserve one may expect from n "
bigot who calls Mr. Zuckerman to warn him about tb l like Eics
cards can anticipate some solid commiseration.
THE CYCLE TO BEGIN AGAIN
THE COMMISERATION will also sound like it's : m 3"
authority who tan. and often does, change the Cl : hun"n
events. Incidentally, Mr. Zuckerman and his N.w- etti are uX
only alternate possibility for the bigot intent on wi
to unhand Eichmann if they know what's good for them. The Mfl
can also contact tl. general ; n ss.
The trial has beei rf the front paces of the nati nee "''*
i sensation of its opening days until Monday. '-' ':,.',
hmann, n0
L-diatoly
citys mornini r featured a report on poor Mi
complained ol b< chained to a bed by Israeli ag< -
after his seizure In Buenos Aires. That is sad. indeed, for JV'
who whipped, gassed, starved, buried alive, tore to bits
machine gunned, castrated in a meticulously painful It ai !
hiind-d-
skinned, cremated stabbed, suffocated, crushed, maimed, cripple
murdered six millioi defenseless men. women and children
The story was back on Page One because *
those Israelis are dome Now. if a bigot lectured th< editor th HI
who is for certain a Prime Mover more than siir.; Vt'!'L<
Pallahassee circles on thai nasty Jewish "eye-for-ai ey< '"-',,
be would unqui stioral get th. best response of all, Th.
who telephoned ne only hung up on the defensive assuring
that the Nazis did us tews a heap of good in the run-
Didn't we srt.....,;,: naiiy, with less of us b<
to look Irish? Wer. we at last proud to be Jews ,: \na.
a bunch ol tile ] making like Goliath in Jcrusaicrn
' Truman ,r we cried it out of his '" ; jrf
!">- partn -i I should watch out aboul
good G ichmann, mister. I J "J^j
r Already" .. th, giz million and read) w ^
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Friday, April 23. 1961
fJenisti Ftcrkflar)
Pace 5-A
300,000 See Independence Parade
Continued from Page 1-A ended with radar-controlled heavy
meeting last week urged Israel and antla,rcijlt tn.
Jordan to adhere to all aspects of N'fxt came the infantry column
the armistice agreement. A meet- led by hundreds of color hearers,
ing of the Mixed Armistice Com- Each color hearer lowered the Hag
mission the night before the parade, as he passed the reviewing stand.
at which Israel was not present, A unit of infantry cadets formed
went through the motion of voting a color guard of honor. Units of
that Israel's concentration of armor naval officers and seamen, in fan-
in Jerusalem was a violation of the try units, engineers with mine de-
armistice pact. lectors. l"/i and Nahal units and
_,. youth battalions, air force mem-
The reviewing stand, set up near bers, communication experts with
the start of the parade route, was thcir equipment, military police.
occupied by Israel officials and beret wearing paratroopers civil
foreign diplomats. Among the dig- police Flowed past the reviewing
rutaries were Brigadier Joseph stunf1 saiuiing
Geva, head of the central command, passccj
smart lv as thev
I Syrr.trlic cedar tree is discussed by Samuel T. Sapiro (left),
I present of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and Miami Mayor
I Rcbe^i King High at the Blessing of the Cedar Leaves cere-
I mor.. last week at the hospital. The B'ble relates that cedar
I tirr.bej was used by David to construct the Temple at Jeru-
sale:.-), Sapiro explains. Construction of the 232-bed hospital
will ls completed in October at a cost cf S4 530.COO.
I
Orthodox Rabbinic Body Seeks
US. Ban on Hate Mailings
ATLAVH ITY (JTA)
Hie Rabbini) i. Council of America
loncludcd its 25th annual conven-
tion, this week with the adoption of
numrx r of resolutions on Jewish
I nerica and On international'
Hfain affecting Israel. The Or
|ho o rabbinical group also an-
louncetl that i will hold a confer-
ence ir Israel next July '"on the
Jccasior of the 13th anniversary
t>! lsra< "s establishment."
hi (invention called on the
,'iuV'. States Congress and Presi-
dent Kennedy to adopt legislation
fbam r. the u-e of the mails for
the propagation of racial and re-
I; ate literature." The rab-
inical I idy also urged the legisla-
ture- i the various states 'to out-
law discrimination because of race.
[ret,.. : col'-, in the sale, rental
ind occupancy of private realty."
It ea led simultaneously upon
Congress to enact "a strong civil
righfs program during the cur-
rent session." The resolution
also advocated liberalization of
American immigration statutes
"so that our country may again
become a haven of refuge for the
victims of all varieties of totali-
tarianism."
Chief of Staff Zvi Tsur, Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion and Mrs.
Ben-Gurion, Mrs. Vera VVeizmann,
widow of Israel's first President
and President and Mrs. Ben-Zvi
who were warmly applauded when
they arrived.
The parade started with the
armored columns first in line of
march. The first units were
light, highly ma neuverable
French AM tanks. These were
followed by 14 Centurion tanks,
moving in a single file and
crunching marks into the con-
crete road. The tanks were
greeted with great cheering. Then
came the Sherman tanks, fol-
lowed by engineering tanks, in-
cluding bulldozers and cranes.
The armored infantry followed
in their half-tracks, some equipped
with heavy machine guns and some
with mortars. Following the
armored columns were hundred- ol
jeeps, many of them carrying scout
and reconnaissance troops. The
green jeeps were driven by mem-
lie also warned that "the same
hatred which brought the destruc
tion ot one third of Jewry \ I
flourishes in the hearts ol moa if
the leaders of our neighbors i
are plotting to destroy us Sc
o( Nazi experts arc acting as their
guides in their incitement against
Israel and Jewry." He Ci i
hi- message with a call to the n i-
tion for continuation of the pi"'
ing spirit to settle the Negei I
forge Israel's newcomers into a
single prosperous nation. ,
President Izhak Ben-Zvi, in
h:s Independence Day message,
reviewed the country's achieve
ments during the past 13 yeari
and outlined the tasks for the fu-
ture. Referring to the national
elections to be held next Augus*,
the President said that every
citizen must have the right to
vote for the party most congenial
to his way of thinking.
At the same time he called on
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion. in an Independence Day-
message, cited as highlights of the
past year "two extremely signifi-
cant events in the annals of the
Jewish people"the discovery in
the Judean desert of relics of the
final Bar Kochba resistance to the
conquering Romans nearly 2,000
years ago and the trial of Gestapo the Israelis "nol to forget thai i
colonel Adolf Eichmann
The Prime Minister linked "the
fighters for Jewish liberation of
our generation and the earlier
ones" of the Bar Kochba rebel-
lion as constituting a "binding
link in the chain of the mighty
struggle of a stiff-necked people
unremittingly cherishing a deep
devot:on to the ancient home-
land."
Mr. Ben-Gurion. treating the his-
toric significance of the Eichmann
trial which was recessed tor the
Independence Day celebration,
said "we are not aware of the juri-
dical arguments of anti-Semite:-
the heat of electioneering, with all
the differences of opinion, there
i- one thins holding together
entire people of Israeland that is
the common aim of all of usthe
well being of the State
Turning to the Eichmann trial,
Presideni Ben-Zvi said: "It has
become our prerogative to place on
trial a man charged with being one
of the leader- of the Nazi crimi
nals who murderously destroyed
millions of martyred people, it is
our court which will pronounce the
verdict according to the laws of
Israel bj judges of Israel before the
eye- of the world. Such an occur-
rence has been impossible from
also ol 0ther! thc the time of the destruction ot the
Temple until Israel arose again 10
He added that "this was no ordi- sovereignty."
narj trial. It is not only a trial.________________
For the first time in Jewish his-
tory, historic justice is beini- meted Dr. WolfsOD ill Talk
Then came American 106 mm re-. out by a sovereign Jewish people.'
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Other resolution- adopted by the ,)Crs of fte b(mlcr Ucp ^ who .
convention appealed to he Soviet currontlv c the ,. ol 'rial in Israel.
Government to grant full and com- Isra0,.s ^^ SC(.urUv bur(len
plete religious liberty and unre- The artillcrv coiumn hcaded bv
stneted cultural freedom to its 3,- its coinmand in jeep8 followed,
000,000 Jewish citizens. and de-
nounced the action of the United
Arab Republic in interfering with coilless suns mounted on jeeps. I He said Israel intended to show "An Introduction to Spinoza and
the passage of Israeli cargoes French SS-10 anti-tank guided mis- thc world "what anti-Semitism can Philosophy" was the topic of a
through the Suez Canal. The or- siles, lOO-mm mortars, a new type lead to It is not the individual lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson
ganization called upon the United of self propelled 105-mm gun. who is in the dock and not the before the Brotherhood of Temple
Nations to adopt drastic measures eighteen 25-pound mortars and 125 Nazi regime alone but also anti- Sinai of Hollywood at a Wedne.v
to terminate the illegal seizures howitzers. This part of the column S"mi;ism throughout history." day luncheon,
and searche- !------------_______ _-
An appeal to American rabbis,
scholars and graduate rabbinical
students to join in a "Torah Corps"
for service in isolated communities
in the United States and South
America was made by Rabbi
Charles Weinberg, president, at an
earlier session.
Rabbi Weinberg made the pro-
posal in his acceptance speech and
on his reelection at the annual con-
vention of the a^sociation of Ortho-
dox rabbis. He said members of
such a Torah Corps would provide
"these outlying Jewish communi
lies with rabbinic and lay leader-
ship in all fields of Jewish life."
Rabbi Weinberg appealed to
t h e United Nations "to adopt
sterner resolutions to combat tfie
virus of anti-Semitism and to
make it an international crime.
Rabbi Weinberg also appealed to
"the Soviet Government to stamp
out all vestiges of anti-Semitism
and religious persecution, and to
restore to its Jewish residents those
political, spiritual and cultural
guarantees which are the corner-
stone of the United Nations.
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*Jen is* fhriJi3ir
Friday. April 28,
Kennedy Hails Israel on 13th Anniversary Fete
Continued from Page 1-A
tjint and Catholic churches parti
opeted in the ceremony at City
Hall at which a soecial proclama
tion issued by Mayor Robert Wag-
ner declaring the day as "Israel
Independence Day" was read.
A special prayer was delivered
by the Rev. Dan M. Potter, execu-
tive director of the Protestant
Council of the City of New York,
. nd the benediction was read by
ine Very Rev. Msgr. Timothy J.
Flynn, representing the Catholic
Archdiocese of New York.
\i: stark delivered the keyn '<
. dress The Jewish War \ etei
. s ol I he United States .i> well as
other veterans organitations repre-
senting the Police and Fire Depart;
ments of the City ol Sew York.
staged an impressive massing of
colors which Included the flags ol
the United States. Israel and the
United Nations
Dr. Binyamtn Elia\ Israel's Con-
sul General, after reading a n i -
sage from Prime Minister Ben
liurion to Ma> V\ agner, lol
lathering of Israel's appreciati m
i the "unbreakable ties which
together the people ol New
York \ i'.lt the citizens I isi
acl's anniversary was also
! at the I nited N'a
i Coma} "
ae s del ition. was
Menta! Health Fair at Temple Israel
Will Feature Battery of Panel Sessions
dental Health Soeiel> of Greater
m w ill present its annual Men
Health Pair this year on Tues-
, at [empie Israel
rheme will be '"You and Men
tai Health." and the day long
schedule ol discussions, movies and
i shibits will t o> er everj phase ol
ital health from w is It?"
I) tiu "Problem ol \U>
v onj '" -
rhe Mental He th Sot etj
e ol the United Fund agi
ptforing over MW health and wel
f; e sen res to all cituens f Dade
ntj
Mrs St. Julien P. Ro5emond.
en air man of the Fair and cc-
cnairman Mrs. Robert C. Hec
tci said they anticipate a better
Fair than ever held before this
ten primarily due to the excel-
lent facilities offered at Temple
Israel and the unsurpassed co-
operation of Rabbi Joseph Narot,
who will also participate in seve
ie\ discussion sessions. '
Ed Cohen, rempie manager
staff have be n just w
Mrs ;. -....... an I
e v lewish
u m n whose ra mbers
father and Son Minyan
Minj an spot
- he Men's C
. Grant la Jew
...... tj Cent. v ith
"i tig sell Sunday ai
Sei v i f in
English ;
lie manj diverstl
have given a great
Fair poss bl<
v. ._. the d -- issi pre
-.,-, : are "Socia
of Pr Sch il Chil I i Mrs
,.-. -- : ,. atet Miami
lewish Commumt) Center, will
Williams David, Dr Erma ;.
lard Gn Mrs
\ ton will act as u stess
VI i assell, of the
. Mian '' i will
speak on "The Bible and Mental
in another session at the
Fair Mrs Kenneth DeGarmo will
hostess
inj \\.!\> to Help Disturbed
Children" will be discussed at .1
panel chaired b> Mrs Harold
E Druker. w ith pane isl Adelio
\ and Or Isaac Amber.
\ | tute, M< :"
Mrs Wi > will
be v..stess
Charles Plotkin. director ser-
vices to Senior Citizens of the
Greater Miami Jewish Communi-
ty Centers wi'l take part in a
panel discussion on The Devel-
opment of Senior Day Centers."
Malcolm Ross will be chairman
of the panel, and Marvin S.
Schreiber. executive director of
Senior Day Centers another Uni-
ted Fund Agency will be panel- _
ist. Mrs. Adaline Skinner will be
hostess.
\. tivities .....
-. at 8:3 a.m and ill

diplomats, leading members of the
l \ Secretariat and prominent per-
'ties invited to a special gala
event celebrating Israel's Indepen-
dence Da} At the same time, Dr.
Elia> was host to several hundred
members ol the Israeli colony m
Sou York and leaders of the Jew-
ish communit) in Sew York at an
e Daj part} held al
the Israeli a nsu att neral
nee anniver-
san seph Meyer-
hc.tf. e n'"
: Appeal who decdared
that Amei !' IV Deen
Israel's
irly a m
.....icm on the road
At the same
Herbert A Friedman,
\ v live vice-chatrmat sai I
to i \ in Jew-
ish ( nit}
. gar M provides
us to measure
... [i as that ''i
Inch has -row ii
: f matunt;

naturil
': x"
' I'
.' .: as we as
The American Z.onist Council,
representative of all Zionist or-
ganizations and groups in the
Un;te= States with an aggregate
of 750.000 members, called upon
American Jews to re-commit
themselves to aid Israel, econo-
mically socially and politically,
on trie eve of the 13th anniversa-
ry-
Rabb Miller, presides
Dr. Fabric Will
Take 3rd Term
Dr Ben !. Fabric will be in-
R I gene La i
j third term as -,
. rvices
5
Serving fill be 1
the American Zionist Council. Is-
sued the call to American Jewry,
marking Israel's anniversary. He
urged "greater efforts not only for
the economic stability of Israel"
but also "to ensure its position as
a bulwark of democracy in the Mid-
dle East He called also for the
strengthening of -the bonds ot fel-
lowship" between American Jews
and Israel, urging the Jews in this
country to commit themselves."
along with the Israelis, "to the
common task of making the ideals
,,; judt ism c me true."
Fr im Israel came a message
Dewe} : Stone, chairman of
the Jev ish Agency tor Israel, and
lirman of the United
/ -Like the father of
Mitzvah." stated Mr.
v> Jews on this 13th
anniversary of Israel's indepen-
realize thai their task
has not yet implete Trie
anniversary. ne pointed out, "is no
i d milestone" and
American Jews
r tforts in tht y< ars
resident ol
Zionist Organization of ABNrto
declared in a special message thai
in this solemn hour, we rede-li'
cate ourselves anew to the fulfill
mem of the great and ,Jcred
finished tasks devolving upon tha
Zionist movement a> reaffirmed al
the last World Ziom>t Congress/'
Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky, ni.
tional president of Hadassah, the
Women's Zionist Organ iation tf
America, said that her organhj.
tion "joins with freedomloviivj
peoples everywhere" in Celebris
ing the anniversary.
Th.' Israel Bon I Oi an, i
nounct'' thai scores ol sp
ings and rallies
bond drive".- spri
honor ot Israel's 13tl
Ninety-eight leadei -;
campaign in the L'nite IS'
Canada sent a cot
Prime Minister D.i- I ".
on, pledging anev 'to h
attain its goals of I
peace
ilai nd I
work- and :
out the
ted with Israel's
-
ing Israel's ..-.
la-t 1 :
Special Honor For Youngsters
special
-
I ....
-
. same
Beth Ktdtsk Men's Clvb
i
ar.t a she* >. fcM. >*->
at :W Cutler R***e Sawpptes
St a I
t Gol det
rates v t Bar
v.
take plact nW j Ma>
" .
The dinner will also be the oc-
casion for the installation of
Samuel Friedland as chairman
of *he Greater Miami Israel Bond
committee, and of the other of-
ficers and board cf oovernors of
the comcni*tee.
I
be evet
lias States
-
-
-
Far M.::m- mstees E
rw.i::uc^ (ac the Games
:: l .<:
Normm Atfcin* noted berrton*
star of opera *e4ers>on and ttse
ccert st9. wtll be a special
Svest star in The Saga of Is-
rael to be p#e*ened a He 2"v
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CJA Will Hear Final Report Tabulation
At 'Appreciation Luncheon' on May 8
A final tabulation oi funds raised
jir the 1961 Combined Jewish Ap-
Ireal will be announced at the final
IC.1A report meeting and 'Apprec-
|j;;tion Luncheon" called lor Mon-
Uaj noon, May 8, in the Bescayne
Terrace hotel.
According to campaign ciiairman
Joseph M. Lipton, all divisions
lave entered a clean-up push pre-
tdiing the report date, to amass
Ji greatest possible number of
pe Iges tor support of Miami's wei-
I re services and lor the aid of
;wcomers to Israel.
Volunteer! and division chair-
nen will convene for luncheon
ICCJ Names
lo-Chairmen
[Mitchell Sirgany. Dr. Charles
i;:.r. Tharp and Richard F. Wolf-
were elected co-chairmen of
board of governors of the Na
[inal Conference of Christians
Id Jews at an annual meeting of
CCJ's Florida region recently
.Vi'ham Singer was named to
rve on the board for a three-year
rrn and James A. Ryder, for a
lr-. year term.
(' I. J. McCaffrey was re-
ted secretary for a one-year
tei i Ray H. Monsell. trcas
" r a one-year term.
I' nanimously reelected to the
m. governors for a thn i
J. term were Dr. J. L. Bass.
roe Brunstetter, Rev. Fred E.
!)r Ira F. Davis. Mrs. Marie
litcrline. Leo A. Furlong, jr., H.
|. pi r, James M. LeGate, Mrs.
i Brenner Meyers, anil John
k"
..mi included the annual re-
brl of Max J. Karl, director of
h NCCJ office here, and a talk
p Marcos Kohly. Florida director
the Organization ol American
ll
en May 8, fo report the final run-
down on pledges collected in
some 40 campaign units covering
trades, professions, and residen-
tial areas, in a hard-driving effort
which began last January.
Lipton this week issued a "last
call," urging CJA workers to cover
all their pending assignments and
be ready to turn in pledges and
checks at the report luncheon meet-
ing.
Deeply concerned with the re-
sults of the linal session will be a
number of local health, welfare.
anJ educational agencies which de-
pend on Federation's annual fund-
raising cfiort for their lull or part-
ial support. These include:
Mt. Sinai Hospital. Bureau of,
Jewish Education. Jewish Home
for the Aged. Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Jewish Vo-
cational Service. Baron de Hirsch
Loan Fund. Jewish Family and
Children's Service, and the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women's
Nou Americans Program.
Among the campaign division
chairmen who will submit their
CJA totals at the meeting are Carl
Susskind, chairman of the Busi-
ness and Professional Men's Coun-
cil; Mrs. Morris Goodman, chair-
man of the Women's Division; Jo-
seph M. Rose and A. J. Molasky,
.Miami Beach Residents; and Judge
Harold Spaet, General Solicitation.
Broward Group Helps Hospital
A $5,000 grant to National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital has been
i announced by Ronald A. Nelson,
executive director of the Heart
Assn. of Broward County, in rec-
ognition of the hospital's "out-
i standing community service ren-
I dered to Broward county children
' in need of diagnosis and treatment
for heart disease."
Accepting the award were Wil-
liam Manner, acting executive di-
rector ol Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital, and clinical director Dr.
Francisco A. Hernandez.
The grant will be used to help
maintain the out-patient clinic,
which serves thousands of South
Florida youngsters annually.
Nursery Tots Take Tour
Temple Emanu-El's tiny nursery
tots visited the Beach Post Office
last week and were treated to a
tour of the city's postal facilities.
Nursery school, open to children he.
tween 3 and 5 year- of age, is under
the supervision of Mrs. Naomi
Brandeis. Nurserj school is in
-c--ion five days each week from
9 to 12 noon, with transportation
provided to and from the home.
Ernest Janis, a vice chairman
of the 1961 Combined Jewish
Appeal, is shown urging vol-
unteer workers to complete
theii assignments and bring
results to the final report
meeting and "Appreciation
Luncheon" on Mcy 8 at the
Biscayne Terrace hotel.
Beth Torah Will
Honor Teachers
Beth Torah Congregation will
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a special service Friday night, in
conjunction with annual 1'TA Sab-
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chers Day to be observed May 4.
Mrs. Sair. Lob. president of the
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Members of the faculty are Mes
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Samuel Mendeiowitz, Saul Freeh-
tel. Rudolph Wichter. Joseph
Greenberg, Irving Seidel, Samuel
Siegel, Max Ginesin, Abraham All-
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Friday- April 23, 1961
JNF Assembly to Hear Israel Consul,
UM Law Dean in Program Saturday
Awards to the winners of the annual essay-art contest of the
Eurecu of Jewish Education are made to Ricky Lebowitz, of
Temple Beth Am, first place winner in the art contest, and
Doreen Ross, of Congregation Beth David, first place winner
in the essay contest. Prizes to the 27 winners were awarded
through the courtesy of the local Bonds for Israel committee.
Mcking the presentations is Louis Schwartzman, director of
'he Bureau of Jewish Education.
Beach Lodge Will Install Officers
IRVING SCHATZMAV
Pythians Gather
For Convention
S 10 delegates an I guests
i for the Florida
11 -...... r Knights of Py (nans
< tion al the McAllister hotel
< through Thur-day.
A bite speaking
Inesday with
i inner i<- compi te in the inter-
: s in conjunction with
i ationa! convi ntion of the Dra-
matic Order Knights ol Khorassan
ii eeting here Aug. 13 to 17.
Contest chairman is Iivin Yelen.
Wesl .Miami municipal judge.
Keyno) speaker at Wednesday
c\( nine's banquet was supreme
i llor Leonard M. Eisenberg.
(A New York City, an executive in
franc! and supreme lodges tor 30
Irving Schatzman will be in-
stalled as president of Miami Beach
Lodce. B'nai B'rith. in the Algiers
hotel. Sunday Apr. 30. at 6:30 p.m.
Dr. Irving Lchrman, of Temple
Emanu-El, will be principal >pcak-
er at the dinner,
The following officers will also
servo: Theodore M. Trushin. presi-
dent-elect; Samuel Weincr. Jack
August, and Joseph L. Goodman,
vice presidents; Ben sine, record-
ing secretary; Melvin Richardson,
financial secretary.
Many Alt man. treasurer; Her-
bert L. Heiken and Edward II. Le-
vin, monitor.-; Max M. Friedman,
and Ben Levin, guardians; and
Abraham SwartZ, and Ben Mosko-
witz, wardens.
Trustees are Jack M. Fink.
(Worge Kronenijold, Michael Sos-
sin. William Agranove, Harry B.
Rogers. Gershoti S. Miller. Edwin
Marger, William Bornstein and Mil-
ton Kahn.
TV Commentator in Talk
Wayne Farris, news commenta-
tor. WCKT. ch. 7. will be guest
speaker at the "Strawberry Festi-
val" celebration of the Senior Citi-
'.( 'i- Friendship Club ci the North
County YAiHA Branch on Tuesday
evening, Farris will -peak on his
trip to Russia last year with Gov.
Collins in charge of information
:kets are Mi-, r.arah Madi-
son.president, and Isidore Hirsch.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. pres-
ident of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, said
Wednesday that David Rivlin. Is-
raeli Consul General, and Dean
Thomas A. Thomas, of the Uni-
versity of Miami law school, will
be guest speakers on the New
Horizons" program of the JNF
Assembly for Florida on Saturday
night at the Fontainebleau hotel.
The Assen blj has boon called to
discuss the new tasks and respi
sibilities entrusted t>' Jev i>!i N i
tional i- ind in thi o\ er .11 land
development program ol the Slate
oi I-:v.' !.
Under t'.-r> new law recently
passed by the Knesset, the Jew-
ish National Fund has been vest-
ed wi;h sole authority for all fu-
ture land development, recla-
mation and afforestation in Is-
rael. The "New Horizons" pro-
gram ca'ls fr-r tha investment of
5250,000,000 for land reclamation
work to be done within the next
20 years.
The vast stretches of desert land
in the Negev and western Galilee
and the rocky hills of Judea, must
bo reclaimed and an additional
2OO.U00.000 trees must be planted
within the next five years. Israeli
officials have estimated.
Ri\lin is a member of the Israel
Office of Information at the Israel
Consulate in New York, lie was
educated in Jerusalem, the citj of
his birth, and studied philosophy,
history and sociology at the He-
brew University, and international
affairs at the University College mi
London.
A journalist and radio commen-
tator, Rivlin served a- Jerusalem
correspoi dent of Davar" and
"Hatsofe." Hebrew dailies, During
World War ii. he was in the Jew-
ish Fighting Brigade ol the British
Army, and saw active service on
years, and a founder of that state's
rare blood bank
Election and initiation of of-
ficers for the Florida Grand Lodge
were to be at 11 a.m., Thursday.
Adolph A Rachline. Florida grand
chancellor and an executive with
Thurmond Monument Co., is con-
vention chairman.
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Page 9-A
What of Algeria Jewish Community?
Continued from Page 1-A
shout 1o (urn back? Are the old
i to return?"'
Only a few weeks before. Mo-.
!, m crowds had desecrated their
i ncienl synagogue; the Torah.
tern to shreds, littered the dusty
hold. .Jewish shops were
! d, women and children as-
d, swastikas daubed and.
all, the Jews discovered to
dismay the implacable
l. '. ol iheir "friendly Moslem
i hors."
ard old woman. Mrs. Ne-
| Mizrachi, told the social
u <- a! the communitj shelti r
i | b-el-Oued: "1 have lived in
i same house with the same
neighbors for over
j Last night they tried to
i r me."
-h families, which had II" 1
the strife-torn Casbah, told
similar stories. The Jews were
pecial butt of Moslem hatred
fury. They had been singled
( from the Kuropean mass by
the rioting crowds. Anxious Jew-
ish families asked themselves:
VV1 \ Why the hatred, why the
i. cor?
Since its inception the Jewish
community has closely associated
Itself with the European minor-
ity. This was due both to its
gratitude and loyalty, and to its
common cultural and economic
background with the European
settlers. In spite of this associ-
ation, many Jews were in the
front ranks of those supporting a
similar emancipation for the Mos-
lem masses.
For long the Arabs understood
this stand. When the Vichy au-
thorities, which had deprived the
Jews of their French nationality.
explained this decision as a move
towards racial equality, Ferhat
..s now head of the rebel
A'uerian Provisional Government.
i swered: "The way to equality
is to | note us, not to down-
It '.lie Jews "
S nee then, however, the situ-
Ik:- drasticallj changed Six
rs ago. crd war broke out
the Moslems Started con.-:,!
ering the Jews who hav< been
living in Algeria tor over 1.000
years ;i- :: section <>t the conn
Iry's native population which has
chosen, out of its own volition, to
extremist elements among the
European settlers. Jews helped
to man the barricades raised by
extremist settlers last January in
their attempt to forcibly oppose
the French authorities. Jews vol-
unteered for the Algerian Home
Guard units which were led by i \
tremisl (dements, and certain
Jews openly supported the more
questionable methods used bj the
police. Although Jew.- partici-
pated in the.-,' instances in their
individual capacity, the Moslem
population now holds the entire
Jewish community responsible.
These seeds fell on the fertile
ground of latent North Alriean
anti-Semitism, with the result
that the Moslem hatred of the
Jews has reached a new peak.
Within the European minority,
interracial friction also rears its
ugly head. The French settlers
have openly shown in the past
their anti-Semitism. It was at
their request that the Vichy au-
thorities deprived the Algerian
Jews of thfllr French nationality.
One of the most virulently anti-
Semitic newspapers in pre-war
days appeared in North Africa,
and a social barrier continues to
separate the Jews from the rest
of the European community.
Even today, in spite of rising
common danaors. the Jewish-Eu-
ropean alliance is based on neces
sity and not on any mutual under-
standing or s\ mpathy.
Political developments outside
their control can only make the
position of Algeria- Jews even
more precarious. Between tl <
hammer and the anvil, they are
faced on the one hand by Moslem
rancor and latent anti-Semitism
and on the other hand by the set-
tlers' neo-fascist leanings and
anti-Jewish sentiments.
-hie with the French
mial-
ists. An FLN pamphlet, last
year, clearly charged that cer-
tain Jews "betrayed their mother
country" and warned them that
"they will suffer the consequen-
ces."
Theoretically, the Jewish com
munity tried to steer a neutral
course while supporting the coun-
try s legal French authorities. A
number of Jews, however, associ-
ated themselves with the more
Rabbinical Convention Opposes
U.S. Aid to Religious Schools
Continued rrom Page l-A
nst the :rtvolvement of any
ci in govsrnment or of the
T-ment in the affairs of any
eiigous institution. We must
r-,i r.foin this clean separation.
Thi principle in no way implies
*Hc lack of respect by govern-
rent for relig on."
bi Sandr iw alluded to an
ii r section if his talk in which
d declar-d hi- devotion to
i Jewish educational insti-
lls, but < eclared that such
"must be supported by the
- who want their children
I in them or hv Jewish com-
i .. councils or Welfare funds
derations whose responsibili-
' i- to enhance the teaching ol
n our c ( mmunities "
opening session also hear :
--ion< ( pica tor a deeper
" merit to religion and Jew
ludy from a layman. The
v w:i- Irving Kane, id Cleve-
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+Jew is* Meridian
Friday, April 29. 1961
Parade of Witnesses Begins in Eichmann Trial
Continued from Page 1-A
reported on a meeting with Eich-
mann, at which Eichmann using
the crudest threatening language,
demanded that the departure of
Jews from Germany be speeded
up, and warned if the Jewish
leadership did not comply "you
know what your fate will be."
Mr Cohen testified that the noti-
fication most Jewish women re-
ceived from the Gestapo after
their husbands had been arrested
and taken to concentration camps
was a message: "Your husband
difjd of a heart attack. We are
sending you an urn of ashes. Pay
a remittance of three and a half
marks "
The onetime Boiin. Jewish
leader said that such arrests, us-
prepared to repeat in court. He
outlined the picture of persecu-
tion, joblessness, and despair
which engulfed German Jewry
as World War II approached,
and with it a steady drop in
chances to emigrate.
He said that, initially. British
authorities provided a 'fairly
Eichmann claimed that Gistapo
chief Heinrich Himm'.er ..anted
to meet the late Dr. Chaiir Wei,.
mann to discuss with h.-n the
notorious "trucks for bloo-s" pro-
posal. However, Di. Welxmann
rejected the offer.
Dr. Weizmanns rejection came,
would have been 20.000.000 Jews in* its origin to Cljriat Russia,
todav throughout the world, with "But only after World War 1. he
slightly more than half of them said, "was it translated into many
living in Europe In Poland alone, languages, becoming a major wca-
where there are only auoui 30.000 pon of anti-Semitism. according to Eichmann, through
Jews, there were 3.300.000 before Following Dr. Baron's testimony, the late Dr. Israel Kastner. a lead-
ihe Nazis started sending Jews to Attorney General Hausner entered er of Hungarian Jewry who was
the gas chambers, he said. .nto evidence various documents assassinated in ]>ral three years
intended to prove Eichmann's self- ago. It was Dr. Kastnei whom
The American Jewish scholar
turned the court room into a col-
preparation for his role as a "Jew the Nazis used to present their
large" number of certificates for [rnea J- JJJ "J ish expert under the Nazi regime, ransom offer to Zionirt leaders in
migration to Palestine, but that | __l ; _*'._ ...Ik..". One document showed Eichmann Palestine.
following the Arab disturbances
the number of such certificates
dwindled.
Dr. Robert Servatius, Eich-
mann's defense counsel, briefly
cross examined Mr. Cohen, trying Nazi movement
to establish that Eichmann never back."
actually implemented the threats
he voiced against Jewish leaders.
An American expert in Jewish
history of European Jewry, show-
ing that, despite oppressions and
persecutions over the centuries
the Jewish communities in Europe
had made vast contributions to
learning in all fields until "the
set the clock
ually of rabb's. Jewish leaders, history, testifying earlier as a wit-
One
had filed an expense account for
paying tuition to a rabbi lrom
whom he learned Hebrew.
Another document was a rec-
ommendation by one of his su-
perior officers, who praised
Eichmann for his "exemplary
initiative in the removal of Aus-
trian Jews, thanks to which tre-
mendously valuable assets were
transferred to the Reich."
and businessmen, began as far
back as 1933, the year Hitler came
into pow< r.
his afternoon appearance.
during winch he concluded his
i y. the Tel Aviv attorney even in the Middle Ages." said Dr.
ness at the trial, told the court
that the Nazi atrocities against
Jews were unprecedented in all of
civilized history.
"Nothing like this had happened
described bis meetings with Eich-
mann. He said at some of the
meetings Eichmann threatened to
i Jewish leaders to "concert
i i term used by Eichmann
and other Gestapo officials "jok
i f" as a reference to concern ia
I on camps.
He described arguments with
Gestapo officials and said Eich-
mann used language he was not
Salo W. Baron, professor of Jew-
ish history at Columbia Univer-
sity. He emphasized that the Na-
zis wiped out "overnight" the
achievements of full emancipation
reached by the Jews in Europe as
a result oi 200 years ol struggle
for equal rights.
Unfolding a map of Eur 11
and tracing the march of Nazism
from 1938 on, over various Euro-
pean countries. Dr. Baron showed
where Jews were mass-murdered
in cold blood. He told the court
that, if not .'or the holocaust, there
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made anti-Semitism the official
policy of a government based on
the new thesis of racial and
biological anti-Semitism. "The
Nuremberg Laws of 1935 intro-
duced new elements, turning
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itself. Even in the Middle Ages,
Jews could retain some sort of
order, could enjoy some rights,
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stricted. But under the Nazi
regime, the Jews became a
classless society."
i nder cross-examination by Dr,
Servatius, Dr. Baron dwelt on ma-
jor differences between age-old
anti-Semitism and (he Nazi type of
anti-Jewish persecution. "In an-
cient times." said the American
scholar, "the anti-Semitic scourge
was religious. But in modern police.
times it was simply what the
sociologist calls dislike of the un- An Israe psychiatrist, who had
like.' the hatred of something dif- 3? sessions with Eichmann during
ferent nis pre-trial detention, was dis-
closed Mondav to have reported
"There are many other reasons, jthat the defendant was a complete-
rational and irrational." said Prof.
Baron, "but one fundamental dif-
There was a strong dramatic
moment in the eeurt last weekend
when Eichmann said 'hat he would
have killed his own lather, if re-
quested to do so while serving the
Hitler regime. "U ^.mebody had
told me 'your fathi r is a traitor'
and ordered me to kill him, I
would have done it," Eichmann
said during the point interroga-
tion. Asked whether h< would not
have requested pn h tor I arry-
PriOT to Dr. Baron's testimony, ing, out the ortkr. Eichmann re-
the court heard Israel's Chief plied, as recorded on ti tape-
Police Inspector Avner Less, who ..SlK.h consideration! did not exist
stated that no influence was ex- ., ^
cited on Eichmann before or dur-
ing the seven months of police in-
terrogation. The police inspector
told the court that Eirhmann was
given "free rein to relate his vers-
ion of the events that transpired
during the Nazi regime, and his
role in (hose events." He added
that Eichmann "was not prompted
as io what he should say or what
he wanted to withhold."
In his tape recorded statement
during the police interrogation
Eichmann has alleged that he was
kept chained to a bed for eight
days alter his abduction in Buenos>
Aires last May. T would have
been ready to saj anything, so l
would be Icit in peace." he told
at the time '
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Judge Binyamin Halevi asked
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falsehoods, embraced in the so-
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Friday. April 28, 1961
S. Florida Fetes Hebrew U. Birthday
DR. PAUL VIETH
South Florida Jewry will cele-
brate the 36th anniversary of the
founding of Ihe Hebrew University
o( Jerusalem with a series ol events
beginning Friday night and ending
Monday. Central theme ol the com-
memoration will be "Solar Ener-
j Israel's New Frontier."
Dr. Harry Z\ i Tabor, one of l>
...Is foremost scientists and a
leading authority on solar energy,
will arrive here Friday after de-
livering a major paper at the Na-
tional Academy oi Science in Wash-
ington, D.C., on solar energy.
He is the head of the State of
Israel's solar energy research
program, and also directs the
Hebrew University solar energy
research project. Dr. Tabor will
deliver a sermon at Temple Beth
American Jewish Committee Slates
Yale Professor at Panel Program Here
On .Monday evening, at the Du-
t int Plaza hotel, the Greater Mi-
ami chapter. American Jewish
Committee, will feature Dr. Paul
I Vieth. professor of Christian
miture at the Vale School ol Divini-
t. .
Dr. Vieth. head of the faculty
committee which supervised re-
s arch for the "Yale study" to de-
i rniine the degree of bias in Prot-
estant textbooks, will discuss the
Church classroom as a possible
breeding ground for negative inter-
group attitudes. The findings of
the Yale University project were
recently popularized in a Look
magazine article by Bishop James
A Pike.
All Jewry in the Miami area are
invited to the program, which will
s art at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Jerome Hofmaycr. member
oi the communal affairs commit-
tee, is in charge oi arrangements.
Dr. Vieth's remarks will be dis-
cussed by a panel consisting of:
Lee Mindlin, editor. The Jewish
-loridian; Dr. Marcia Klein, psy-
chiatrist; Louis Schwartiman, di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
education. Aarcn A. Foosaner,
Miami attorney and member of
the communal affairs committee
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of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, will moderate.
In addition, the audience will
have the opportunity to discuss the
problems and ideas presented by
the guest speaker and the panel.
The textbook survey, one of the
most thorough of its kind, covering
over 120.000 units taken from Pro-
testant religious school curricula
materials, is one in a .series of stu-
dies conceived by the American
Jewish Committee and financed by
Foundation funds.
The other studies are at St. Louis
University, which is engaged in an
examination of Catholic parochial
school materials, and Dropsie Col-
lege, which is surveying textbooks
used in Jewish religious class-
rooms.
Dr. John Haldeman. president of
the Council ol Churches, and Da-
vid Fleeman. president of the Mi-
ami American Jewish Committee.
have jointly arranged for Dr.
Vieth to meet with the clergy of
the three major faiths, religious
school directors, superintendents of
Sunday schools, leaders of religious
organizations, and educators from
Harry College and the University
of Miami.
MR. AND MRS. CHARKOWSKY
Sholom in Miami Beach in the
evening.
Saturday morning, he will speak
at Temple Monorail. The two con
gregational appearances will high-
light "Hebrew University Sabbath."
Officially proclaimed by the Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Assn. at a
meeting earlier this month.
University of Miami faculty and
students will hear Dr. Tabor Mon-
day. 4 p.m., when he addresses
Ihe "Physics Colloqium" of the
university. Dr. H. Franklin Wil-
liams, vice president, arranged the
appearance.
Sunday night, Dr. Tabor will
nice; with key leaders of the Jew-
ish community at a supper party
at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Charcowsky, The Miami Beach
couple has contributed more than
$300,000 to the Hebrew University,
which opened in April. 1925. at his-
toric ceremonies presided over by
Lord Ballour
Michael M. Nisselson, newly-
named executive vice president
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University, also is sched-
uled to arrive in Miami Friday
afternoon. He will attend all the
sessions with Dr. Tabor, and will
be flying here from Madison,
Wise, where he was scheduled
to address the University of Wis-
consin on Thursday morning.
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While here. Nisselson will confer
with local leaders about the start
of a $500,000 campaign in South
Florida The program, according
to Charcowsky. will be a major
unit of the nationwide effort to
raise $12,000,000 to complete the
construction and equipment of the
new campus at Givat Ram. a Je-
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Authority to embark on the half-
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[ALES OF MORALS
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important thing it not how
separate infuncMom are obey
ft how and in itihat spirit toe
I'lem. BAAL SHI M.
toward a light precept and
bm jftl, for one precept leads
fher, and one sin entails an-
BEN AZZAI.
Is scrupulous about a light
las about a weighty one
low nor :ke reward lich
leds yield. MISHNE.
THE DEATH OF A SOUL
BY RABBt B. LEON HURWITZ
Temple Zamora, Coral Gables
"Breathes there a man with soul
SO dead .*' This Patriotic senti-
ment. >o masterfully expressed by
Sir Walter Scott, and immortalized
by Edward Everett Male in his
'Man without a Country." finds
its counterpart in the interpreta-
. .' en by our Rabbis to ;i tragic
in idi ; related in the scriptural
of this eek,
I. i XVI i speaks
hi-i Nadab and
Vbil ms ol Ihe
High Pries) \ i n. our sages li li
earl their
trag e highl; reward-
ed s-inct theirs w as not an ordinarj
i hi sical i ath but the death of
their souls.
Physically Nadab and Abihu
were alive: they breathed, walked,
talked. But in term.- of character,
in terms of spiritual values, they
were dead. Patriotism, to be sure.
is an index to character and soulfulness. Hale was right when he charac-
terized as a dead soul the one "who never to himself hath said this is
my own, my native land."
But there are other essential ingredients that enter into the alchemy
of soulfulness. Our sages list them under the category of Mitzvohs, a
group of virtues which the Jew reviews every morning in his daily-
prayers and accepts as part of his program of living. They include
1 reverence for parents, deeds of loving kindness, public worship, visiting
the sick, honoring the dead, the promotion of peace and the studying of
Torah.
Produce a man who lives by these commitments, and you have a man
who is alive not only physically but also soulfully.
What message can be more vital for the generation in which we live
than the one emphasized in the scripture and its interpretation of this
i week?
Our frustrations of today do not arise from the fact that life is defi-
cient in areas of our physical, recreational or intellectual needs. What
I strikes us with terror and fear is the fact that so large a segment of hu-
manity has lost its soulthat virtue is on the gallows ind evil on the
! throne. Life has become a march without a goal, a relay race without
' an aim.
Fortunately for us. there is a stirring and a wakening in many Jew-
ish and non-Jewish quarters. Witness the Committee on National Goals
appointed by President Eisenhower last year. Their answer does not
call for a better cigar, a faster car or even quicker progress in space
conquest. The experts agree that what is needed is a recapture of and
recommitment to a set of human values, such as the dignity of the in-
dividual, loyalty to democracy and devotion to faith.
Let us. the generation that struggles for survival, remember that
mere survival is not enough. It must be the survival of the soul no less
than the survival of the body.
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Flcridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19tn iv(.
Conservative. Maxwell Silberman.
president
BY RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is a "Chuppah?"
The term "Chuppah" is current-
ly used to denote the bridal canopy
under which the traditional mar-
riage ceremony is performed. The
term itself comes from a Hebrew
verb meaning "to cover." The
consummation of a marriage was
referred to as the 'Chuppah."
Technically, some considered this
to be the veil which "covered" the
bride's head and face. It is for
this reason that it is still the cus-
tom for the groom to veil the bride,
since this veiling indicates a sense
of belonging.
Others considered the effect of
Chuppah to come when the groom
spread his cloak or Tallit over the
bride. For this reason it is still
customary for the bride to buy a
Tallit for the groomreferring to
the Tallit which was spread over
her. or later over the two of them,
to indicate a sense of belonging to-
gether. A third contention is that
i; refers to the marriage canopy,
while a fourth contention indicates
ihat the real "Chuppah" is the final
act of the marriage when bride and
groom are ushered into a room to
be together ("Yichud").
* *
Why is it that the groom c"o*s not
chant the nuptial blessings
himself instead of having some-
one else chant them for him?
This is done so as not to embar-
rass a groom who may not know
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This pa^e is prepared in co-
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ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
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Rahhi David Hcrson
Coordinator
CONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi David Hcrson
Tales 0/ Moral
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Gtms 0/ Wisdom
irm;iHiWiiuaiiBlniilifi''""1""'1"
how to chant the blessings himself.
I Judaism was always careful to
make its ceremonies and practices
,as democratic and widespread as
possible: without makmg anyone
feel uncomfortable because of lack
of knowledge or lack of funds.
Thus many practices were done
by professionals or clergy so as
not to embarrass the uninformed.
*
Why is the marriage ring placed
upon the right forefinger of
the hand in the ceremony?
The presentation of the ring was
a matter which required the testi-
mony ol" witnesses. It was thus
placed upon the most conspicuous
fingerwhich is the right index
finger. This finger is usually ex-
ternal even when the others are
folded closed. Thus it is the finger
which is used to receive the ring.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
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BETH KODESH, 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
Knila> Vi'.'i |i in. Si run.n. Ail krit-ndxhl|i." Saturday S:3u n.m, l-tai
Mitxvah: Mllea, on oj Mr nnd Mr-.
Oat-ar Pollack, in Cutler lildgt Com-
: miinity Vm. r.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Bar Mitxvah: Alan, sun of Mr. and
' Mrs. Sol Kternlteb; Stephi n, sun of
Mi. and Mis. Henry Selti.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
i CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8756 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
I Kiiday x.'M p.m. Sermon: "Israel's
Holy Product. Saturday : a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Ira, aon of Mr. and Mrs.
William Hchildkraut.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con.
servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor
Emanuel Mandel.
l-riduv 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Who Built
ihls Temple?" Has Mltsvah: Roe,
daughter "f Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wex-
NT. Saturday 8 a.m. bVrmon: "Thou
shall be Holy." Bar Mltivah: Bruce,
sen .11 Mr. and Mrs. Mel Warren:
Vllen, son of Mi. and Mrs. Prank
1 lablschkln.
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 6 ami 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The
Origin of th.- Oolden Rule." Saturda>
g am. Bar Mltsvah: Stephen, son "f
Mrs. Adele Rosen.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Frlda) > and B:16 p.m. Sermon: "Jusl
Dealing;." Saturday 8 a.m. Bar Mtis-
vah: Sain, son of Mrs. Klht'l Spatser:
David, son of Mr. and Mrs, Mas;
II,..'lisla.lt.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8 ll
Sermon: "What is It to b< Holy?" ,
Bar Mltsvah Marvin, con i :' Mr and
Mrs. Harrj Zwasa
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION'.
M01 SW 12th ave. Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.'
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas W eberman

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
h*rlda) 8:15 p m. Oucsl M" nki 1 ludsri
\' ",i \ Friedman. Topic: "World
of B'nal B'rlth Sal irda )" a.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320 j
NE 171st St. Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. c,?50 N. Kendall |
dr., S. Miami. Rerorm Raobi Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
Frldaj 8 15 p.m. Spi monj Thi pis-
ease from Which Wi All SuffM
Mi mat sir. ss."
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
Sermon "Rabbi A
thi '''.:' Th
Mi ndi Inwlti Pat
... en, aon of
I ). and Mrs. Herberl I
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas
i
GEMS OF WISDOM
Thi thtcit [I ttl "j
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1 111 \\ 1
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronislt
Cantor Davlo Conviser.
t-ii.l.tx v 1". |i.ni (IuchI speaker, I"
Ha it) Kvl Tabor, director ol National
I'h) ideal I...)"" atoi j of State of I- -
rael Topic; "Solar Rnerg) Israels
N.w Frunl lei."
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hany
L. Lawrence.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing.
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
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TEMPLE iSRmi-i 137 NE 19th st.
Reform. Rabb' Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The In-
differentfan The) be Re-Won for
Judaism?"
TEMPLE JUDt~. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday s:l". p.m. Sermon: "Tin- Last
oi the Just.'' Saturday 10:80 a.m. Ban
Mltsvah: llene, daughter of Mr and
Mis. Tiiii. n Corenblum.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th sC
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
rri.iav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Rabbi,
Preacher, Teacher." Saturday a.m.
Sermon: "The Portion f the La
liar Mltsvah: Edmund, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Davidson; Glenn, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shiiman.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. smj
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "God t'om-
niaiids thai We be Holy.'' Saturda)
8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion."
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
Fiida) y 13 p.m "Desire for Accept-
ance." Saturda) li a.m. liar Mtis-
vah: Edward, son of Mr and Mis.
Ja) Kuppi rinan.
TEMPLE T1FERETH JACOB. 051
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
iii.lay s:i:. p.m, Quest speaker, Louis
Schwartsman, executlvi director Hu-
ieau of Jewish Education. His topic
"Education for Jewish Values." One*
Shabbat host-: Graduates of Adull
Institute, Saturday 9 a m. Bar Mlts-
vah: Irving Winer.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
Friday *:!" p.m. Sermon: "Tin- Byna
rogue ami Lay Leadership." Nathan
Davldow, Col. Sidney 11. Palmer anil
Monte K Rassner, newly-elected offi-
cers ol th. Congregation will i- hon-
ored. Saturda) 15 a.m Bar Mltsvah:
Alan, son "I Mr and Mrs. I.oiiis Al-
welss.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
l-"i\ .i\ ^:;n p.m. Sermon: '"Holiness,
Rlghteousm and Mi i alit)
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
Frlda) '' p m. Si rmon: i ur Cup
of Jo) Runn< th tivei t5aturda> 9
., m Si : mi Vi -' lal Bi Holy." Ba
Mltsvah: Wayne, soi Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Mori IS.
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger.
' p.m Bi mon: ,4To) i.....
.mil the Jews." Bas Mltsvah: Paula,
daughter :' .Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bra-
,. linaii. Saturda) 9 a.m.

VOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st st
Ortnoi'ix. RauBi B^erwin Stauber.
I 'KI. : 111 Ull '"'If
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Friday, April 28. 1961

Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDilN
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
New Volume's Arab Perfumes and the Middle East Institute
Measured Pace
GREAT JEWISH PERSONALITIES IN MODERN
TIMES. Edited by Simon Noveck. 366 pp. New
York: B'nai B'rith Great Books Series. $4.95.
A COMPANION PIECE to -Great Jewish Person-
alities in Ancient and Medieval Times." which
sped from Moses to the Vilna Gaon and the Baal
Shem. this second in the B'nai B'rith five-volume
Great Books series has a less breath-taking span of
two hundred years. In more measured pace it pro-
ceeds frcm Moses Mendelssohn, symbol of Jewish
emancipation and the first bridge between the
ghetto world and Europe, to Brandeis. the product of
that emancipation, himself the "expression of a
free democratic society in which a man was free
to be a Jew, and a Jew was free to be a man and
citizen."
The special interest of this volume derives
partly from the immediacy of the history which it
presents: the challenges which arose in the 18th
century to disturb the Jew. snug in his Jewish world.
remain, with rueful constancy, to disturb him still.
The day in 1743 that the fourteen year-old Mendel-
ssohn knocked at the Rosenthaler Gate, the only
gate through which Jews could enter Berlin, was
one of the dramatic turning points in Jewish his-
tory. Mendelssohn walked through the gate into
the Enlightenment, or. as Alfred Jospe puts it. lrom
the Jewish Middle Ages to modernity. It was this
emancipation which Sir Moses Monteiiore. a charm-
ing example of the best of both worlds, championed.
One can trace the heaving of the wounded body
of Jewry in the lives of the three religious leaders
chosen for the book: Samson Raphael Hirsch. the
fiery and controversial creator of neo-Orthodoxy.
Isaac Mayer Wise, architect of the American Re-
form movement, and Solomon Schechter. who rallied
the cause of Conservatism. Bialik. too. often turned
his beautiful language to the problems of the conflict
of cultures in the Jewish world: while Sholom
Aleichem. gentle shtell singer, (whose first literary
endeavor was a lexicon of his stepmother's invec-
tive, compiled and arranged in alphabetical order),
in celebrating with humor and irony the wretched-
ness of the Jew. was in a special sense a critic oi
the old ways. Laughter, after all. is often criticism.
Then, other twistings toward a solution: the
great turn in the road which was Herd's, and the
great contributions which were "Weizmann's and
Henrietta Szold's. And, of course Justice Brandeis,
brilliant jurist, Zionist, humanitarian who : so
said that "no Jew mav be a moral mediocrity."
The volume's excellence is d i t< the
caliber ol the contributors, each ol them a r
. .- articl< fi r ins nc<
; Milton R. Kon\ I authoi I orni II Univi \
professor ai I a man for whom 1. along with a host
old the deep* I rsonal reverence, His-
an Cecil Roth wrote charmingly of Montefii
and 1 would be remiss if 1 did nut mention editor
Sraon Noveck. whose introductions to ea< of
aya provides historical continuity with concise
scholarship
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
What's in a Number?
was Shakespeare who asked
"1 IT WAS SHAKESPE^
k : what's in a name.
; Bard of
Emulating the
Avon, but in all humility and
with pardonable digression, we are
tempted to ask what's in a number. Are
numbers, say, luckier than others?
The ancient Pythagoreans believed
thai numbers held the key to everything.
When we pause to consider the role that
mathematics, the study of numbers, plays in science today,
we must admit that the ancients were surely possessed of
ter wisdom than we care perhaps to admit..
Our own Jewish ancestors, too, .'.ere intrigued by num-
fact, the Talmud and other sacred tunic- are re-
flete with interpretations of Biblical passages on the basis
Of Gematrices, or numerical values of the Hebrew letters.
Numbers also play a basic role in Jewish mystic lore.
cularly in the Cabalah. There was of course a cogent
reason for the- flourishing of the Gematriatic method
among Jewsan exercise that incidentally lends itself to
this very day to the sharp of minds in our midst who still
sit over Torah and Avodah in exclusive devotionsince
the numerals in the Hebrew language are expressed in
letters. Even an Aleph-Beth child knows, or should at
least know, that Aleph is one. Beth is two.
Moreover, even in these days, when man is well on the
way to the moon and an unknown destiny, the science of
numerology seems to be flourishing among countless be-
lieving adherents, particularly among the artists oi pen,
and among the disillusioned who can find neither peace
nor solace in the syntax of reality.
Jacob in his dream saw a ladder reaching from earth
to heaven. Since the Hebrew word for ladder, sulam, has
the same numerical value as Sinai, it is of course obvious
to the Gematriasts that the ladder which reaches heaven
must be taken to reier to Sinai, scene of the Revelation.
Washington
ALL THE PERFUMES of Arabia could
not sweeten the anti-Israel bias that
pervaded the Middle East Institute's an-
nual national conference last year. But
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency's ex-
posure of the Institute's 1960 propaganda
orgy helped make this month's 1961 con-
ference less blatant.
Israel was attacked, to be sure. There were some
slanted reports. The "honesty" of President Nasser of the
I'nited Arab Republic was lauded. UAR propaganda pam-
phlets were seen. A few professional anti-Semites made
themselves at home.
However, this year's show was like a brotherhood meet-
ing compared with last year when Fayez Sayegh, the lead-
ing professional Arab propagandist, was not on the pro-
gram.
Also, there were attacks on the "negative nationalism
ot hate"even criticism of Arab-Communist collaboration.
One speaker. Prof. Charles Issawi, of Columbia Uni-
versity, a native of Egypt, asked if the Arabs were jumping
'lrom the West European frying pan into the Soviet fire."
He noted that Nasser had seized British. French, and Jew-
ish properties.
Dr. Issawi charged Nasser with commitments to Mos-
cow for credits totalling over $700 million,
Norman Thomas, Socialist candidate for President in
six national elections, is today an active member of the
National Council of the so-called "American Friends of the
Middle East." an Arab propaganda front that seethe* with
hatred for Israel. Mr. Thomas, addressing the Middle
East Institute as an honored guest .was upset that Israel
was trying Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann and thought
Israel had "strained" international law.
According to Mr. Thomas. Nasser had displayed to
the world a true "capacity tor neighborliness." It was
United Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
"idle talk'' to discuss resettlement in Aret lands of dis-
placed Palestinian Moslems. They could never be ab-
sorbed in Arab states because Arab economies were so
"hard-pressed." Yet the great Socialist forgot to mention,
the exploration of Arab economies by feudal monarcis and
American oil companies.
Mr. Thomas claimed that a U.S. Congressman confided
to him that only "two or three" members of O ngress
dared "to vote against Ben-Gurion and his followers tiere."
He refused to name his Congressional source.
The Rev. Elmer Douglas, editor of 'The Muslim
World." made no assault on Israel. He insisted, however,
that the repudiation of anti-Semitism by Morocco "must
be considered sincere." He ignored the increasing anti-
Jewish discrimination in Morocco. He shec not even a
vocal tear for Jews recently drowned trying tc escape the
Moroccan paradise.
A Department of State official defined the conference
theme: "New Patterns of Power and Leadership." He
was Edwin M. Wright, head of the Department of Career
Studies of the U.S. Foreign Service Institute. Mr Wright
has never been accused of Zionism. He did this time re-
frain from his usual criticism of Israel except to indicate
that every Israeli library was among those "controlled by
political forces" in the Middle East.
Mr. Wright also thought Israel was controlled by dod-
dering old men"perhaps the oldest leantrshrp" ai any
Middle Eastern country.
John H. Davis, director of the United Nation- Relief
and Works Agency for Palestine Arab Reiupets. gave de-
tails of their plight. He neglected to report that the Arab
refugees' living standard was today far better than :hat of
the average Arab in the host countries. Noi did he tell
how the Arab states have used the refugee*, their kinsmen,
as politicals in the struggle against Israel and intra-Arab
rivalries
American Delegation's New Strength of Purpose
United Nations
THE ENTIRE WORLDwith Israel and
the Arab states foremost in this re-
specthas been wondering how the new
Kennedy Administration will handle the
perpetual "Palestine Question" in the
United Nations. President Kennedy, and
\ !elegation here, have been under-
stand;.! ily reluctant to show their hand
rd to the under-the-surface, but ever-seething dis-
between the Arab states and Israel.
Now. willy-nilly, the United States has taken a stand
.... the MiddU East in the United Nations. The American
attitude was denounced very sharply by the Arab dele,
gations hereto the point that one ol the loudest spokes-
Saudi Arabia's vitriolic Ahmad Shukairy, openlj de-
nounced the l nited States by name in one <>i the General
Ass< mbly's committees
The fault for thus forcing Washington's hand on Arab-
Israeli issue.- is clearly attributable to the Arabs them-
selves, They were too anxious, They [eared that Presi-
Kennedy's Administration would implement the
promises Mr. Kennedy made during the election campaign
to deal fairly and forthnghtly with the Middle East issues.
For eight year-, the Arabs had no fears. The Ameri-
can delegation, under the Eisenhower Administration,
could always be counted upon to tear Arab accusations ol
being too friendly toward Israel. Would the new American
delegation, under Adlai E. Stevenson, allow itself to be
midated in the same way? The Arabs, obviously,
hoped that, by bringing up Arab issue s even if these
were phonythey could put the heat on Washington. What
pi : that the American delegation now is
ro lo d) to ti ke cover when the Arabs open their
gui
The American stand was revealed on two consecutive
days On the first of these days, the Secur ty Council was
d< 1 Sting a Jordanian grievance, complaimrg that Israel
was endangering international peace and security by
scheduling a military parade in Jerusalc m m connection
with Israel's celebration of its 13th anniversary
Juridically, as far as the UN was concerned. Israel
had already violated the 1949 Jordan-lsra.! Agreement by
bringing into Jerusalem various heavy weapons forb
by the armistice pact. The fact that Israe I the >vea-
s had no ammunition, and that the Independence Day
parade would be purely ceremonialthis
the terms Ol the 19-J9 agreement.
With the- condemnatory resolution ... Is
the table, the I'nited States delegation gav< a n<
raft. The U.S proposed an ami it calling
.Ionian and Israel to observe th< : Stice a
nunt sci sly. The Arabs howled rage. That,
they .-.-. 1 Aras putting Jordan, the compla an equal
[01 1. the "defendant" Israel. But the U.S nend-
prevailedbeing voted by a ballot oi for, none
. 1 -:. .: d three abstentions.
That very afternoon, the Assembly's special political
e met to resume debate on the A;. fugee prob-
Actually, tin general debate on thai e was com-
pleted last December. But the Arabs wai ed a second
round. They got five Moslem nations to ii e a resolu-
tion on thi si bject. This draft would to the refu-
the idea that the United Nati< 1 dd appoint
a custo to take charge of property egedly left in
Israel by the refuge es.
- T. P. Plimpton, Mr. Steven---' ; up. I lepu-
ty. was 1 who took the spotlight 1 lh< Secu-
rity Council garnerning the ill-will of t elegations.
It was Plimpton who, too, bore the burden in tl Assembly
comi' He introduced some amend) ents to the Mos-
llution, The 'lilted States did
sitj : r, refuge* property custodian, The Arabs saw red.

Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Red Attitude Toward Eichmann Trial Puzzling
QTUDENTS OF world affairs m
^ this countrymany of them
non-Jewsare puzzled by the at-
titude of the Soviet Government
toward the Eichmann trial. And
so also are people within the So-
viet Union, as can be seen from
the Soviet press. From the very-
beginning, Moscow has refused to _
cooperate with Israel in the trial preparations. While
other Communist governments provided material on
Nazi atrocities committed against Jews in their
countries under Eichmann's orders, the Soviet au-
thorities refused to supply such material. Moscow's
flimsy excuse was that all the material on Eich-
mann's mass-murder of Soviet citizens had already
been submitted during the Nuremberg trial of the
Nazi war criminals.
Now that the Eichmann trial is going on in Jeru-



salem attracting worldwide attention, the Soviet pre JS
the proceedings more for propaganda against
Israel and West Germany than against Eichmann.
And this, despite the fact there are very lew Rus-
sian cities which were occupied by the Germans
where there are no mass-graves of local Jews herd-
ed together and killed by the Nazi units cperating
under Eichmann's orders during the occupation
period. The largest mass-grave of tens oi thousands
11 annihilated Soviet Jews is on the outskirts of Kiev,
the capital of Soviet Ukraine, which was in the hands
cl the German Army for many months.
Many other such graves are known to exist in
numerous cities and towns in the Ukraine, Byelo-
Russia, and the Baltic countries which arc now part
Oi the Soviet Union. There are undoubtedly also
Jewish survivors who could come from the Soviet
Union to the trial in Jerusalem to give damning eye-
witness testimony against Eichmann.
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Miami. Florida
4V14, 21. 28, S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, leslring to encage in
business under the fictitious name of
I'NIVERSAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT
CO., al P.O B >X 84-865, Miami in-
tends i" register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
t'ountv. Hoi Id <
J M I.KWITT
l 81-28, '.'."-!-
Road
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4/14,21, 28, ". I
kf'CE BY PUBLICATION
|E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IR DA IN AND FOR DADE
ILNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 61C 4027
G. KENYON,
pltlff,
V.
: KANi: KEN YON,
Indant.
(SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1. Bobbie ic.ne Kenyon
l<' How STeet
|n. Ila, Qeorgl.
nr>bie Jeu'ie Kenyon are here-
in d tha'. a Bill of Complaint
g>rce has been filed against
- you are required to servi
If your Answer or Pleading to
I of Compla nt on the plaint-
hrney, 8HEVIN, c.oodman
TZAIAN, 38 Seybold Building
'", Florida and file the orig-
jrer.or Pleading in the office
ll*rk of tlie Circuit Court on
t the 19'h day of May. 1981
i.'. to do go, judgment 1>> de-
|) be taken against you for
r demanded in the Bill of
Jtir shall be published once
for four consecutive weeks
|EW1SH PLORIHIAN.
>ND ORDERED al Miami
\ A.D
".MAN. C
I hid >unt
1 VLARIS,
I lepi .
CHKlDM \ ft ||i il.TXV I S
|1 Bull
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 11057
EDWARD W L.OTZ
Plaintiff,
INTER-CITY FINANCE CORP. a
Florida corporation, and
CLYDE LEVINGSTON, M.A.S.
MAKRIS and BROOKE TEMPLE,
I lefendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
i'i>: INTER-CITY FINANCE CORP.
present address unknown
last known ad Ir
Tfits Bisca) no it lulevard
Miami. Florida
al I
BROOKE TEMPLE,
present address unknown
last known .id Iress
438 Malaga A\ snue
Coral ; ibles, Florida
YOO ARE EACH hereby notified
thai a Complaint for Recislon, Can-
eellatinn of Contract And other Re-
lief has been filed against the natural
Defendants, CLYDE LEV1NOSTON,
M.A.S. MAKRIS mi BROOKE TEM-
PLE, and INTKR-CITY FINANCE
CORP.. Florida corporation, not
dissolved i-ut not doing business, to
rescind the Mia Ol certain corporate
notes and stock certificates of IN-
TER-CITY FINANCE CORP. and for
the sum of $15,000.00 and attorney's
fees, in the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial circuit. In and for
Dade County, Florida, wherein i-a>-
WARP W. I.OTZ is Plaintiff and all
of the aforementioned natural per-
sons are Defendants with INTER-
CITY FINANCE cr.Rlv You. INTER-
CITY FINANCE CORP. and BROOKE
TEMPLE, are each hereby required
to file your Answer with the Clerk of
the circuit Court, Dade Count)
Courthouse Miami, Florida, and to
_,.. ve g ,.,. ther ri on Plaintiff's
attorney, Leonard H Rubin, Metro-
politan Bank Building. Miami 82,
Florida, not later than the 22nd da)
,,. Mm, i ,.,; else i Dei ree Pro Con-
i,, mil ru Igment shall be
entered as. t for th el ef de-
lalnt
,\ i: ,nd IRDERED al Miami.
\ 1961,
r IRMAN, Cl
C>u mnl irlda
: fc! II LAN WAY,
It] 28 S 5-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I
the undersigned, desiring to engage in I
business under the fictitious name of ,
ADEX INTERNATIONAL In Dade |
County ;it !''i Box 4501, Miami Bench
II. Florida intends to register said
name with th. Clerk of the Circuit '
Court oi" Dade County, Florida.
S SHWARTZ
SHAPIRl i .< FRIED, Bsqi
Attorneys for S. Shwarts
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach 89, Fia -JE B-6361
i l 2!. 28, 5 5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 3362
I" IRIS MARIE WALL,
Plalni
v -
JOHN 1'AI I. WALL,
I ii fen lant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tt I John Paul 1 leWall
316 Plnehurst Street
North Tro). Nev. York
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEn to
serve a copy ^*f your Answer to the
Complaint for Divorce s^nlnst >>
Plaintiff's atto neys, Welllsch, Dough-
erty and Zaiac. 1411 Congress UunU'
Ing, Miami :!-, Morida, and to file tie-
original thereof With the Clerk of the
above court, on or before the 8th da)
,i May, 1961, otherwise a Decree Pro
Confeaso will be entered against you.
Dated at Miami, Dude Count) Flor-
ida, this ,".th day of April. 1961,
E. It LEATHERMAN
clerk of the Circuit Court
(seat) By: E. H. LANWAY
Deput)' Clerk
4/7-14-21-L".
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6IC 3520
PHYLLIS E. C
KLEIN WILSON,
Plaintiff.
ys
ROBERT EARL WILSON.
I '.-i-ndant.
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT EARL WILSON
C 0 S\ el drop .< Parcel
Engineering Corp.
Box 4ls
Norfolk. Virginia
You are hereby notified thai Con
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you ar.- required to
serve a cop) of your Answer or plead-
ing to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs
Attorney, IRVINt; I'KSKOK. Ksquire,
limn N Krome Avenue, Homestead,
Florida, and file the original Answei
or Pleading in the Office Of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
sth day of May. isMSi, otherwise the
Complaint will be taken aa confessed
bv you.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Oade County. Florida this 5th day ol
April. 1961
K. B. LI-TAT HERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) B) : E. H. LANWAY
I>eput\ Clerk
4/7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUOICiAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 3420
TERESE BERK,
Plaintiff,
vs. *
ALBERT BERK,
i lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T< >: ALBERT BERK
c o Monasteiti
89TS 14th Street
Sunnyslde, Long Island N.-u York
YOC ARE HEREBY Nt ITIFIEI i that
:i BUI ol Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against \ ou, In i
TERESE BERK, is the plaintiff and
5 ou are hereb) requli t Cop) of > ,'ur answer or pleading to
said BUI of Complaint for Divorce on
plaintiff's attorney, Mi;, ton a
FRIEDMAN, nil Ainsley Building,
Miami ::'.'. Florida, and file the original
;iiisw.-i or pi.-ailing in the offli..... the
Clerk ol the circuit Court, Dade Coun-
tj Courthouse, Miami, Florida, on oi
before the :trd day of May. l-.mi. if
you fail to do so, Judgment by del lull
will he taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Hill of Complaint tor
I >i \ ores
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 8rd daj Of April. 1961.
E. b. leathf:rman
CU-rk of Circuit Court
Iade Counts, Florida
(seal) B) : M. CAVALARI9
I 'eputy Clerk
4/7-14-21-28
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCU.T. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
CALLIE RK'I'fl DUBE,
Plaintiff, '
vs.
SERGE RONALD DUBE,
i ef< ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOC, SEROE RONALD DUBE, II &
s Co. 3rd Recon Battalion, 3rd Marines
l>i\ F'MF c o Fie.t P.O. San Fran-
cisco, Call! are notified to serve a
cop) of your answer to Divoi Com-
plaint filed against you on Plaintiff's
attorney, GEOROE NICHOLAS, 1218
NW 7 Sr Miami. Flu., and file orig-
inal with Clerk of this Court on or
before Ma) 29, 1961, otherwise com-
plaint w III be confessed b) i
DATED, April 19, 1961
E. B LEATHERMAN Clert
isi al i B> M CAVALARIS,
Deput) ci.-rk
_______________
IN THE COUNT? JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52327-C
IN RE '-:-
- ZWICKEL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITDPS
111 i ind All Persons Hav
i- 'lalms or I.....and- Agaii -' Said
Estate
You ire hereb) notified and required
i-> pre.-ii' mi claims and demands
which \.>: may hav< against thi es-
tate of JULIUS '/A\ ICKEL deci aai I
late ol Dade County, Florida, .- the
Count) Judges of Dade County, and
file the name In their offices in the
Count) Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be haired
IRWIN l'.. ZWICKEL,
Administrator
AINSLEE ft. FERDIE
Attorne)
l Tsj Wesi Flagler Street
Miami 86, Florida
_________________________________4/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE rs HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag, in
business under the fictitious name of
UPTOWN NEWS SERVICE :.i 3209
N.w T Avenue, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
CU-rk ,,f the circuit Court ol I >ade
> 'ount). Florida
JOHN HUNTER
R A STEPHENS
Sole < 'w ii, r-
4. 14. L". 28, !i 6
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6IC 3695
ERNESTINE McCLEl D,
Plaintiff.
VS, '
JIMMIE ERVIN McCLEOD,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JIMMIE ERVIN McCLEOD
Route I. Ko.\ 71'
Goshen, Alabama
YOU, JIMMIE ERVIN McCLEOD,
are hereb) notified that a Complaint
for invoice has been filed against von
by ERNESTINE McCLKOD, and you
ii- required to serve a cony of your
answer or other pleading thereto on
plaintiffs nttornes.
PAUL KWITNKY
Attorne) at Law
120 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach 3 \ Florida
;ind file the original answer or other
pleading with the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 15th da) of May
1961, otherwise I..... i*r.- Confeaso
w ill be entered igninsl pou
DATED this inh da) of April, 1981
I-: B LEATHERM w
cierk ol the I 'li cuit i' lurt
i sea 11 By: ic 11 RICK, JR.
I ';. .
PAUL KWITNKY
Attoi n, \ for PI ilntiff
120 Lincoln i:.,, v
Miami Beach J'.' Flo
1.21, 28 S
IN THE COJNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PR33ATE
No. 52442-C
IN RE: Kstllte it
JOSEPH W, .-' 'LAR
|.-------.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All i "redl : i I Al Hav-
ing Cll mis s-iid
Bstute
You ar.- hei eb .' notified ai I
to present iny els inds
which you m i) nave ag iinl th
i.it. oi JOSEPH W SOLAK deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to th
Count) Judges of Dade County, and
file the same i>. ther offices i-i tho
Count) Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date ol the first publication
hereof, or the same will i- barred
EUGENE J SOLAR,
ALICE SOLAR MILLS,
i:\- cutora
SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attorne) >
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h. Florida
4 14.21, I*. 8/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 1C J5I7
NF:LIA B. de MORALFIS.
Plaintiff,
MIGUEL 'MORALES,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MIGUEL MORALES
Paseo Y 21
Vedado
Havana. Cuba
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
serve a copy of your Answer to th,-
Complaint for Divorce filed avainst
you on Plaintiff's attorneys, BERN-
STEIN & MILLER, Congress Build-
ing, Mlam ila, and to file the
origin w .ii the Clerk of the
abo\ e iurl. >n before the v' h ds
of Ma) i '.'. il hei Ise a Decn
alnst ou
ted at Mian Dade
la, th "' ";!

H LANW A Y
4/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C-3370
IN RE: Adoption of Infant Child
B) Martin Itartalis.
i -- 11 loner,
NOTICE TO APPEAR
t< i. Richard !-:. Rlgdon
i o North Carolina prison Dept .
Route I, Bo* 38
Jackson, North Carolina
You are hereb notl'i i c- '-
tii.n for the. adoption of a minor child,
Richard Fiugene Ftlguon, .,i.. u.i.- ..<,..
filed in the Court i>> Martin Bartnlis,
ami you ire hereby ordered to appear
before the Honorable Luclan C. Proby,
Jr one of the Judges of this Court, In
the Dade County Court House. Miami.
Florid.i. on the tSrd da) of May, 191,
it 9 ""' o'clock A.M.. and show caUM
Why -aid petiti in should not he grant-
ed, otherwise the matter will pro ed
ex parte.
WITNESS mi hand and seal of Said
Court at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, tin.- 11th day of April. l!6l.
f: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circut Court
i. 11) By: K. M. LYMAN,
Deput) Clerk
W KENT JAMESON
Attorne) for Petitioner
lTHl NW I'.Gth Street
Miami, Florida
4/21-2S. ."./:.-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 5KW9-C
IN RE FMate ol
jaw n ri 's,:ni:i-:im
I.....a.-.d
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
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Estate:
You are hereb) notified and required
to present an) claims and demands
which you mi- have against the es-
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late of Dade County, Florida, to the
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Count) Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within elgh i lar months
from the date ol the first publii >n
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HELEN : ROSENTHAL
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Miami S2, Florida
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By MAX LRNER
it is too early to say whether the Landing parties of Cuban liberation
in Cuba will succeed in overthrowing Castro's tyranny, but who ctn
doubt their right and even duty to try? Much nonsense has been Uttere<
bv Castro sympathizers among American intellectuals, who echo ine
Communist charges of an American imperialist plot to intervene m
Cuba But the fact is that the anti-Castro movement is follow..u l.ie
pattern of revolutionary nationalist liberation movements which tnese
same intellectuals have in the past always supported. Why should the)
not support this one" ..
What is sauce for the Communist goose ought to be sauce tor un
anti-Communist gander. The Russians have for decades to lowed the
tactic not of using Russian soldiers to win power in a hostile country,
but of backing up movements of native nationalist liberation, rhis is
how world Communism has largely grown. Now the tables are being
turned An American government has learned from the Russians the
secret of backing a native Cuban movement of nationalist liberation, not
with American soldiers but with moral and substantive support.
Those who indict ibis American support will do well to ask them-
selves how they reconcile It with their earlier positions on the pro- Com-
munism revolutions in Korea. Vietnam, Laosand, in fact, in the case
of the Castro revolution against the Batista dictatorship. ( astro has
taken Batista's place and has imposed a far tighter dictatorship Hum
Batista ever had. and a violently anti-American dictatorship in the bar-
gain. The anti-Castro forces have as much legal and moral righi for
their landings now in Cuba as Castro himself had in the case of his '
landings.
CASTRO, OF COURSE, is crying to high heaven that the United
siates is committing hostile acts against him by supporting the
parties. But it is hard to take his moral indignation seriously Short
an actual invasion of American soil there is no hostile position or act
against the U.S. which he has not taken. He has forced the breaking
of diplomatic relations, armed Cuba with Russian and Czech arms.
turned it into virtually a Communist base, and tried wherever possible
to stir up pro-Communist revolutions in other Latin-American nations
with the U.S. as the enemy target.
What did he expect the American government and people to do in
reply? Wait meekly for him to make himself, again with Communist
destroyers and MIGs. almost invulnerable against revolutionary insur-
rection and invasion? The American government has been formally
correct in its positions, and has stayed clear of any direct military in-
volvement in the present fighting on the island But it would be strange
if the Kennedy Administration were to accept the paralysis of complete
inaction, and were to refuse to identify with a bold movement by Cubans
lor Cuban liberty.
L-- -&- -a-
THE RUSSIANS SEEM to be more realistic about the whole episode j
than some of the pro-Castro Americans Khrushchev, who smilingly ;
goes on sending Russian planes and arms to help the rebels against the
government of Laos, is scarely in a position to be shocked when the
United States does far less in helping the rebels against Castro. On
these matters the Russians know the facts of life. They will do what
they can to foment anti-American demonstrations of students in Latin-
American capitals, but they will not send Russian soldiers or destroyers
or missiles.
The Russians know that Cuba lies within the sphere of American
military security. It is not surprising that the U.S. should back up a
movement to overthrow Castro. What is surprising is Castro's huge
gamble in believing that his hostile enterprises against America would
have no consequently
NO, THE REAL ISSUE is not whether the anti-Castro forces had
the right to stage an invasion-cum-insurrection. but whether the revolu-
tionaries will be aided by important defections of garrisons, militia, and
civilians from Castro. One cannot wholly trust the first buoyant an-
nouncement of defections. They are. whether true or false or merely
exaggerated, an obvious part of the war of nerves that the anti-Castro
rebels must wage against Castro, just as Castro used the same war ot
nerves against Batista
But the direction of the popular Cuban tide will decide the outcome.
and the test of the Cuban tide is now. The rebel leaders have staked
everything on the intelligence reports from their Cuban underground
that the vast majority of Cubans are waiting for a chance to overthrow
the Castro yoke. The events of the first week will show whether these
reports were true and whether the tide is moving
Miami Campaign
Launched Here
a new promotional campaign de-
signed to boost the sale of Miami-
made products and stimulate local
economy was launched Wednesday
by the Greater Miami Manufactur-
ers Assn.
Plans for the "Buy Miami Made
Products" drive were un veiled at
a noon luncheon at the Uupont Pla-
za hotel, attended bj local manu-
facturers, business leaders and
government officials
'Almost everything needed m the
home, office and in industry is
produced by the 2.645 manufactur-
ing firms now located ruin here
in Dade county." said David I.
Welt, president of the local manu-
facturers association
Gordon Off
On U.S. Mission
Jack D, Gordon, president of
Washington Federal 5a> ngs and
Loan Assn has left I >r Nicai
on a studj..... the U S
State Department's Internal
perai N- nistration
This G rd *e< >ti I trip this
to the Central v-v in
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try woul i bei........ e em-
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Miami, Florida, Friday, April 23, 1961
Section 3
The David Millers, of La Gorce dr., spoke so enthusiastically
Iheil recent vacation at Indies House, Duck Key. that the Earl
rtnoys, 5000 Cherokee ave., friends and business iss elates, de-
bed to try it for themselves and will leave early in May .
No in-law trouble here: Simon and Gert Bressler just returned
bin a trip to San Juan They are the parents of Helyne 'Mrs.
jmneth) Treister Stopped off here, picked up Bob i Mrs Arthur)
leister, Kenny's mo'.her. and whisked her oif for a visit with them
Atlanta .
\ BO in Atlanta is Milton Balsam, the Alney exec, and financial
\ ary of Greater Miami Jewish Center He Left Wednesday
I > attend t era section biennial of the National Jewis
[, Board He's particularly pleased that wh he
have a chance i visit with his son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and
lr- an i Shaw, their n [ son, Jamie Allen, Cindy, 7. and Adrian.
n be home by Monday.
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c -till more >n Atlanta .. The Alumnae i : Phi Sigma
ilj honored Mrs Victor Reiter and Mrs ph Klein
li at a lunch there They are repi Ing th
Em i 1'hi Sigma 3 jma traveling throughout Florida, Ge ;ia
Kentucky .
Reiter is n ional expansion director, and Mrs i is
I- tera expans 11 chairman O'her lunche leir
\ were gtver a^ the i'hoenix hotel in Lexington, Ky.. by the
\ .li Alumn i". and at the Brown hotel by the Lou:- ip-
Wednesday they ribbon pledged the Beta Sigma colony of
S gma Sigma on tie campus of the Universi ; rampa, with
Lucille Kingv dean of women, representing the L ut irslty of
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L ts of happy girl talk at home of Mrs. Milton Linn on Pine
dr.. Houseguests for a week were her sister. Gertrude (Mrs.
|t Rubinstein, who left her two daughters and husband a:
i< in Hewlett. L. L. and Edith Cramer, who left husband Sol in
^a! Neck [*ime was spent shopping and talking; sunning and
png: and swimming and talking Entertaining for the visitors
hided a dinner party at home of Mrs. Ethel Gerson in Coral
Bes Main course, Chicken Kiev, one of Ethels most delec-
le concoctions Same group at lunch a few days later at the
|ericana .
Mrs. Jack (Sadie) Salomon and daughter, Linda, of 6040 La
re r hosted a buffet brunch recently for 22 members of
."X and their mothers Business of the day was installation
lew pledges Linda, 16. is a student at Miami Beach High .
Mr-. Georgs (Helen) Cheren, of Hardee rd.. Coral Gables, left
Manhattan Tuesday to visit with family and do the theatres .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hyman returning to their C.licag) home
office early in May after a two-month visit here combining
liness with pleasure .
Larrie and Arlene Blasberg spent the weekend sunning, fishing
rtlaxing at Nassau Beach Lodge.
was a 65th birthday for Sam Blank, president of National
|ands, Inc.,.of Miami, and the Founders Club of Mt. Smai Hospital
lored him for his many years of community service at a luncheon
)nday at the Fontainebleau hotel Members of the club are
in and women who have contributed $50,000 or more to Mt. Sinai
tepital. Mr. B;ank is both a trustee of the hospital and a mem-
|r of the club .
Visiting here with Miami area friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Inid Cook, are the Samuel Grabels. of Brooklyn, who are vaca-
ig at the Dea i hotel He's a CPA Enid Cook is
li : chairman a.id corresponding secretary of Ada b i shurun
V.crhuod .
And from far away Carracas, Venezuela, the David Israels
lending a few days with his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Yano-
i/. who entertained them at dinner at the Royal Hungarian res-
i rant.
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Knowing from exoerience that conventions, while can
i be exhausting, Mrs. Rhea Gladwin, founder of v\ linen's Dm-
i. chamber of Commerce of Surfside, Bal Harbor and Bay Har-
k Isle, is planning a cruise out of New York to Jamaica a I I N IS-
|u Following a t Ml lance at two conventions She leaves Friday
ttend the first In Washington. D. C. from Apr. 30 to May 3. and
on the executive committee of Southeastern regional conference
Women in Chambers of Commerce Also founder and chair-
lan of Sur-Bal-Bay Library project. Rhea will then attend the
reunion of the Ezra Cornell School of Hotel Administration at
frnell University, Ithaca. N.Y.. from May 5 to 8 The cruise
return her to Miami around the middle of May
About midway through their Mexican honeymoon 'raw are Mr.
W Mrs. svdney Luau) Mass She's the former Elizabeth Ann
lathman They were married Sunday. Apr. 23. in Temple Beth
olom Over 40 friends attended and a reception and luncheon
the Fontainebleau followed.
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Mrs. Sam Luby. women's division chairman of a Westview
untry Club dinner to be given May 11 for Cedars of Lebanon
[ospital, will host a coffee for her committee Thursday, \.ay .
corge Jessel will be toastmaster of the dinner, and^''"f ^L^ner'
in is Sam Luby. as.s(sted by Morris Lomaskin ana Dr. Max Pepptr.
A first son. David Allen, born to Mr. and Mrs. Bur ton Ca mil e
rtin on Mar 23 al M Sinai Hospital Waiting a home, 1715
|K 3 ct., No. Miami Beach, for him v ; ; ,
kents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Arkin r Island .
First installation of officers and chairmen of
the Bay Harbor Group of Hadassah, 13th
group on the 13th anniversary of the Miami
Beach chapter, will be held at the Singapore
hotel on Monday noon. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz, of Temple Menorah, will install (left to
right) standing. Mesdames George Sogg,
Youth Aliyah chairman; Harry Burstein. fi-
nancial secretary; Joseph Epstein, member-
ship vice president; Mac Toleman. correspon-
ding secretary. Seated left to right) are Mes-
dames Barney Davis, fund-raising vice pres-
ident; Carl Tyson, education vice president;
Ellis Amdur. president; and Meyer Gordon,
program vice president.
IV.RS. LAWMNCt SILVERMAN
Mrs. Laurence Silverman Will Take Over
As President of Jewish Home Auxiliary
HFff Lift OfDICATfD TO TMf AGtD SB STORY, PAGE 4-B
After ten years of leadership as
president of the Greater Miami
Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home
for the Aged. Mrs. Sol Silverman
will relinquish her office to an-
other Silverman. Mrs. Lawrence
(Sharii Silverman. but no relation.
Installation luncheon will take
place Thursday noon. May 4. in
the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers
hotel Invocation will be by
Jack Entine. Mrs. David Phillips,
nominating chairman and toast-
master, will present Judge Harold
Spaet, honorary president of the
Jewish Home for the Aged
Will install the newly-elected offi-
cers.
Women's Division of Florida AJCongress
Will Hold Joint Installation on Tuesday
The Florida Women's Division of
the American Jewish Congress will
hold a joint installation of chapters
and the division at the Algiers ho-
tel or. Tuesday. A luncheon called
for 12 noon will honor the outgoing
officers of the divisions and chap-
ters.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, president
of the South Florida Council, a:: I
spiritual leader of Temple Beta
Sholom. will be the installing of-
ficers. A musical program by the
University of Miami Troup will
be featured on the program.
Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet will be
installed as president of the Flori-
da Women's Division. Serving witn
her will be vice presidents. Mes-
dames Albert Ladd. Irving Quar-
tin, Richard Votra and Herbert
Zame; corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Mary Silep Cohen; recording
secretary, Mrs. Jacob Sternberg;
and treasurer, Mrs. Harry Krupin
Serving as pre '' '' v
ami chai
Winer. Otli
Rosenstein, Juius W. Schwartz,
Richard Votra. Hyman Weiss and
Herbert Zame; corresponding sec-
retary. Mrs. John Stiber; financial
secretary, Mrs. Sam Penchansk;.:
assistant financial secretary. Mrs.
Isaac Weinberger; and treasurer,
Mrs. Albert La
Serving a- president of the
Louise Wise chapter will be Mrs
Joseph White. Other officers elect-
ed are vice presidents. Mesdames
Delia Delancy. Lillian Goodman.
Jean Hayes. Samuel Herder an I
Harry Koretsky; corresponding sec-
retary. Mrs. Louis Cohen; record-
ing secretary; Mrs Mary Silep Co-
hen, financial secretary. Mrs. Sid-
ney Block; and treasurer, Mr-
Mae Sucher.
The Biscayne and Herzl chapters
will hold their installations at a
later date. Mrs. Albert Zucker-
man. president of the Biscayne
chapter, and Mrs. Herman Feller.

repres ml ir"
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In presenting the gavel to the in-
coming president. Mrs. Sol Silver
man will give a resume of the
many accomplishments achieved
by the Women's Auxiliary during
her ten years as president.
The incoming president has al-
ready established her leadership
capabilities in the community. ha\
ing been founder and first pr
dent of the Junior Auxiliary, Jew-
ish Home for the Aged. Bay Har
bor Unit, and is at present Hadas
sah Medical Organization chair-
,u the new Bay Harbor Ha-
.... ah. During her nine years
a resident here .she has made
impressive and lasting contribu-
I on to the Bay Harbor commun-
ity, and the many civic and phil
anthropic organizations under her
leadership."
Along with Mrs. Lawrence Sil-
verman .the following officers will
also oe installed.
lames Sol Silverman. honor-
presiaent: Fay Ablin, Sa i
and Benjamin Orlow, vice
lent; Max Greenberg, Her-
man Jacobs. Baron de Hirsch
l Sparber and T<
Suss in honorary vice presi-
dents. Joseph Meyer, financial sec-
retary.
Treasurer. Mrs. Frances En-
tine; parliamentarian, Mrs. Ir\ing
Cypen; chairman of by-laws. Mrs.
Aaron Fair. Mrs. Isidor Cohen I
founder ol the Jewish Homi
Iged and life trustee.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, will present the popular
entertainer Kay Harrison. a>
panied at the piano by Mrs
Bibor Stern. Edie Walker will
also entertain, accompanied by
Peggy Brow
Luncheon reservations can be
made w Samuel B
istph Meyer, and Mrs. Ben
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av#\. president of the Miami Lodge.
United Order of True Sisters, will
be head ol" a membership drfte foT
her lodge beginning this month.
United Order of True Sisters.
which began with lodge orga-
nized in 1846 by 10 women in New
York City, later became a national
organization with 50 lodges in cities
from coast-to-coast. Founded as a
Jewish fraternal order, it carries
on i program of non sectarian phi
hinthropy for which it raises nearly
a million dollars annualU.
The organization provides help
each year for more than 200.000
cancer patients in all parts of the
country through grants to hospitals
lor the purchase of radio-active iso-
lopes Grants are also given to
hospitals for blood and for admin-
istering blood to leukemia patients.
Through the Miami Lodge, the
I' O.T.S. Cancer Service Contri-
butes to lit. Sinai and Variety
Children's Hospitals.
In addition to supporting the
Order's national project. Miami
Lodge has been equipping Variety
Children's Hospital with X Ray
therapy and machinery.
Mrs. Louis Simon, of New York
City, is national president of the
United Order of True Sisters
Friday, April 28.
1961
Beth David Ladies List New Officers
Council oi Parent-Teachers Assns. of Jewish Schools joins with
the Bureau of lewish Education to plan the Bureau's 20th an-
nual meeting on May 23 at the DiLido hotel, which will fea-
ture graduation exercises of the Bureau's Central Hebrew
High School. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Sylvia Rosenberg.
Temple ludea, PTA Council president; Sue Berkowitz. chair-
man of the annual dinner; Mrs. Lillie Gilden. Temple Beth
Sholom. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff.
Mrs. Louis Schwartzman. Mrs. Theodore Lamaskin. Beth Da-
vid, Mrs. Pat Leslie. Temple Beth Sholom.
If you like 'Honor Roll' Fete Due Wednesday
KREPLACH
On Wednesday, at their fifth an- dered to those women who have
nual "Honor Roll' luncheon in the helped raise the $25,000 quota for
Casanova room of the Deauville' he region. Funds were raised by
hotel. 600 women of the Southeast-: parties, luncheons, and a newly-
em Florida region of Women's inaugurated Resale Shop in down- "e-
American CRT will watch the cur-Uown Miami. "In recognition of
tain go up on a new jazz version their hard work and dedication.'"
of Jerome Kern's Roberta."
This annual attair will be ten
New slate of officers elected to
serve for the coming year at Beth
David Sisterhood are Mrs Max
Jacobson, president, succeeding
Mrs. Harold Reinhard.
Also elected were Mesdames
Louis SeitUn, Meyer Forer. Mi-
chael Covin and Theodore Lomas-
kin. vice presidents; Maurice
Daum, corresponding secretary;
Murray Marcus, recording secre-
tary; Harry Stone, financial and
membership secretary; Max Ro-
sing treasurer; and Harold Rein-1
lard, advisor.
Board of directors include Mes-
dames David Alterman. Sam Ba
lanes. Howard Berber. Herman Bo-
ren. Samuel Cohen. Murray Dacks.
Sydney Daniels, Joseph Feld. Louis
Fine, Jack Geyer. Robert Cold.
Officers Will
Be Entertained
Mrs. Kurt Wallach. out-going
president of Temple Sinai Sister-
hood, will entertain the newly-elect-
i ed and retiring officers and board
I members at a splash party Mon- j
I day evening at her home. 19341 j
' NE 22 ave.
New slate, elected at the April
meeting, includes Mesdames Sam
LubelL president; Abe Milman.
Jack Kirschbaum and Edward Au-
erbach. vice presidents; Kurt Wal-
lach. advisor; Julian Brown, cor-
responding secretary; Don John-
son, recording secretary; David
Field, financial secretary; and Nat
Borrok. treasurer
New board members are Mes-
dames Russell Verga. Alvin Eras-1
Herman Press. Bernard Azit.
Leyton, William Roberts.
Nat Kempner, Ben Hurwit. David
Crowell, Benno Wallach and Rae
Barbash
Edward Goldberg Herman Go&a
man, Seymour Kaplan. R,ch^
Herald. Manuel Lubel, Archie Mp
delson, Bernard Reiter Arts
Rosinek^ Sidney Sanders, il"
Schwartzman. Max Silver NaTs
Spiegelman. Stanley Tinier i'na
Leonard Wolf. Q
Installation will be Wednesday
May 24. at the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Ritkin is Hostess
Mrs. Flora Ritkin w a a to h
hostess at a card party -ootisoraj
by the Southgate group of Hadai.
sah on Thursday evening ia tig I
recreation hall of South.'ate towers.
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Swim Program
At Beth Torah
"Swim to LiveLive to Swim"
will be the theme of the third an-
nual swim clinic conducted by the nu *?:.*!*
pre-school ot Beth Torah Congre-
gation for its 100 students at the
Hallandale pool starting Mondav
and continuing for a two week
. period.
. they will be presented with Mellah
Mother charms. Golden Book
charms, and diamond chips, each
! symbolizing a step on the scale of local Women Oil ToOf
achievement.
Mesdames Marv Stepkin. badie
The new -Roberta- was written KarNon< Sarah Bloom. Rose Feiner
by Mrs Joseph Sherbill. vice presi- :irij David Berken. Pioneer Women
dent and chairman in charge of of Miami and Miami Beach, ended
Honor Roll. It la directed by Mrs. a 25-day tour of Israei sponsored
Bernard Lash, with musical direc- by the Women's Labor Zionist Or-
Mrs. Jo- sanitation of America in New York
:seph Wilkes is president of the re- on Sa'urday. Apr. 22. with 30 other
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Mrs Sidney Kay. preschool su-
pervisor, said that a committee of
parents headed by Mrs Jacob
Bornstem. licensed Red Cross
swimming instructor, will direct
the program and provide individual
instruction tor students.
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Mrs. Harris to Lead Emanu-EI PTA;
Officers Will be Honored Friday Evening
Mrs. Elliott Harris, member of members of the board of directors:
the National Children's Cardiac
Hospital, Pennsylvania Alumni
Assn., and board meriber of the
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI,
has been elected president of the
congregation's religious school
Parent-Teacher Assn.. which she
has served as vice president and
recording secretary for more than
four years.
Mrs. Harris, a mother of two .
children, succeeds Mrs. Milton Pel- iCrt 'i'",m,, ,,,
ler as president, and will be hon- Hlmh .vn.i. Joi
ored Friday evening with officers
of the Sisterhood and Brotherhood
of the Temple during late evening
services. Dr. Irving Lehrman.
spiritual leader, will offer a special
dedication service.
Vli i.1 -i,I.-1,:.-. Menrlaineij I .1 Jl
I'l.ikin. Slgmund Weliitraub, Spy.
mi.in- Alternmn, s..', Geltman, M
Mulwel
l>pTuT*lmp iwuretai Mrs William I
Kin-. Financial secretary, Mis. Mar-
tin Borkan: nodal secretary, .\h-
Isaac Mizraiil correHiMincling aeere-
larj Mr, Irwln Oars; 11 rasui 1.
Mr- Michael Horowiti! hktorlan. .
Mi .-. M01 ton Morgan
N'ominuting committee Include* Ihe
Mexclames Milton Keller, chairman,
Irving Cypen, William Parr, Jack
IMncus, Alan Itothstein, I. N Welnkle,
ir* are Men lame>
181 1 11 Bachus, Hob
Bezaik, Paul Blumhei-g-, Harry Brick,
Philip 1 :>....1, Hartford Bui n.-. I r virtu
Cypen, Murra; Deblinser, Meyei
I |'-iiim iiiiian. 1....11 RpHteln, Irvine
Kini-iiiTK. Irving Mitel, Harry <:>i-
sten, Leonard Fried land, Leonard
rsilckman, Sol Oolilateln, Charles Ins-
l,i'. JoMeph Jacobson.
MeadameH Bernard
lRS. ftlfOTT HARRIS
Mertorah Ladies Name Mrs. Morse
Mrs Ray Morse has been elected
0 succeed Mrs. A. Louis Meehlo-
k\i / as rresident of Temple Mono-
rah Sisti nood for the coming year
1961-62 The following officers
Ivere al : elected to serve:
Mesdames Al Schwarta, Law-
nee on. Irving Laibson, Herb
?rt KapJan and Norman Harrow,
\ 1 ;ir< dents; Franklin Nankin
ling secretary; Lillian
recording secretary:
rviiUj \\chsler. social secretary;
lymai Bergad, treasurer; Alvln
^ r, financial secretary;
I lukler, historian; Philip
lacoby, i ;.rliamentanan; and Sam
jjelsky, cbaplain,
ird :' directors elected wrve
riuu u>'il-2 Include* Mesdamea
-:n\v. Ptf I Beckman, Ben
. k Rural etn, Helen C*ar-
w. 1 .,.11 1 Sum el, Joseph 1-cM-
la i-"i- h, Sol Frankel, Lester
din 1 b *nn ''"' tin in, Lee .loserh Qreenberg, Ann Hlrsch-
1. Sp uel H iha user, William
.ii,uitz Edward Kuufer, Moe Kay,
. loperm n, Marshall Krai -
. Mai Kunstlii Sail} Kurman,
uilin, 1 .... M..i Lunch.
.\l.1. n Blani he M irsKall, Har-
\i. -..11. Percy M llman, Mau-
K. /.. Bain Romanoff. Ubl>>
.in R-1 its, Isaac Sapli -
;-, (tiff in, Ben S.hiani.
win 1/. i: hard Kchwarti,
- \ 1.. >. iff, Rose Sche>
in s i>.i\i.i Ringer,
1.t, I..- mi nbllck, Jai k
li- xlnrtli.irn I 'Wbln, (lolda
Minuftiurv ,"-iii.ii,i Kaplnn, Eten
Also elected to serve during 1961. Klempner, Murraj Koretiky, Albert
62 are the following officers Wd\\?*' trt^-llr'i.me!?1 ttl
Raymond Malschick, Samuel Massor,
Frederic Miller, Myron Mltnick, Harr>
Morse, Julius Mufson, Albert Ossi|i
Jack Plncus, Harold Rand, William
1:. in. Albert Reinhers,
Mesdames Jerry Resnlck, Leo !<>-
keach Harrj Rosenberg, Charles
Rosenblatt Alan Rothstein, Lestei
Rubin, Seymour Rubin, Simon Rubl 1,
Marshall Ruff, Michael Schachter.
Harold Segal, Philip Segal, Abraham
Sheffman, Joseph Shulman, Stuart
Simon, Joseph Singer, Bettj Sokol.
'I'll.....us Trent, Conine Tomack, I N
W llkle.
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a. Susan Wlnton, Ussle
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A Memorable Summer for Your Youngsters
Noiicn Segil
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Opti-Mrs. Unit
Fete Tuesday
Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach and
North Shore Opti-Mrs. have
merged, and a luncheon meeting
1 will be held at the Seville hotel
I on Tuesday noon.
The men's group will be in at-1
tendance. Mrs Harry Raskin is
chairman.
A comedy skit. "A Day on the
Franca C," will be presented with
an all-Opti-Mrs. cast, written and
directed by Mrs. Murray Sonnett.
Stage effects and costumes are by
Mrs. Stanley Peal. Among prizes
to be awarded to luncheon guests
will be an eleven-day cruise to the
West Indies aboard the liner Fran-
ca C.
Opti-Mrs. main project is pro-
viding care for emotionally-dis-
turbed chilren at the Montanan
Clinical School. Another project is
to provide scholarships for nurses
at JackSOll Memorial Hospital.
Newly elected president. Mrs.
Melvin J Richard, will conduct
the luncheon.
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ERWIN B. MARSHALL, Camp Director
Dr. Burr to Speak
Dr. Janice Burr, instructor in
chemistry at the University of Mi-
ami school of medicine, will dis-
cuss recent developments in re-
search treatment for diabetics at
the regular monthly meeting of the
Greater Miami Lay Diabetes So-
ciety on Monday evening at 393
NW 1 st.
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Hadassah Chapters Plan Participation
In Regional Gathering in W. Palm Beach
on the
U.S. Sen. George Smathers of cal achievements will mi
Florida, member of the Senate question-and-answer panel
foreign Relations Committee, will! Moving Day. June 6. is the daUi
ie guest ol hohor at a banquet Sun-' -et for the transfer of al'l patients
lay evening, May 7. at the Pennsyl- from widely scattered medical
ania hotel. West Palm Beach. units in Israel to the ncwly-com
His topic, "Our .Nation's Foreign Pleted, ultra modern Hadassah-He-
Policy in the .Middle East." will brew University Medical (enter in
formally open the annual three- E'i Keren), just west ol Jorusa
day conference of ihe Florida re- c'm
gion of Hadassah. slated May 7 to A fund-raising workshop will be
d. Delegates from every section of conducted by Mrs Oscar Sindell.
Florida and Puerto Rico will parti- Miami Beach, regional vie.
dpate. lent, and will include Hie fol
Mrs. Stanley Weinsicr. president local participants:
'1 the Florida
presi
low ing
F:cm bottom to top, Mrs. Louis Lemberq, Mrs. William Wein-
ftiaub and Mis. H. B. Leschel admire three oi the many hats
ich Jordan Marsh will show on May S at the Cedars oi
anon Hospital Women's Auxiliary luncheon. Life Guard-
s and new oiiicers and board members will be installed at
I the Seville hotel affair.
!at Parade to Feature Officers' Tribute
t Cedars of Lebanon Party on May 9
.. officers, board members.
iuardians and summer hats
, reveah on May <) at a
t~ crrj ii1 Eleven" party and
vt n by the Women's
\ > ,'f Cedars of Lebanon
. at the Seville hotel.
irmen Ol the luncheon are
lliam Weintraub and Mrs. j
i iberg.
600 women will attend the
.. ati n ol new officers and
\i. mbers, followed bj a
e hospital's Legion of
< ;ans. the first loo worn-
In who havi i mtributed S300 or
i i Women's Division oi
s development fund.
I s and these of future
. iians will be inscribed in
. nint Book of Healing in
;> Of the hospital .is .. till)
r generosity.
slurry at Eleven" partj
'Candy Stripers'
invited to Sinai
rls v. ho would like to
Stripers." so-
i.... is< i the candj
forms Ihej we ir i -
bers of the Worn-
: Mt. Sinai Hospi-
ite li nual open
. -< 10:30 a.m., in the
Woltson Auditorium.
. at si rves to initiate the
i ason activities Ol the
. : will include orientation
progi am in which "Candy
- rve in many areas oi
-: Ital There will also be a
' lh< hospital.
from girls in the
I. or 12th grad< s will be

Marvin Silvers, director of
: at the auxiliary office,
. ri > ol information.
['fleering 20'%' Their Theme
_ 20's" will be the theme
io her's day social of the
will be held in honor oi the Life
Guardians Terrj Haven and .lack
De Leon, stars oi the nightclub re-,
view. "Caught in the Act," will
entertaii
Installation ol new officers and
board m< i bers will take place
Reelected president of the Auxil-
iary was Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin
Vice nts are Mrs. Harry
Markowitz ai i Mrs Ted Lotter-
man. wh l( Mrs, Jacob Colsk)
Mrs | ... r tren and Mrs M
E. Glasser will serve as secre-
taries. Freasurer will be Mrs
Bernard Y er, and parliamen-
tarian will i Mrs. B F. Breslauer.
Jordan Marsh will stage the mil
linery parade of summer chapeaux.
Original millinery creations, never
shown before in Miami, will be
modeled bj Auxiliary members
Mis. H. B, Leschel, who will mod-
em th< si 0W, reports that the
parade Will include sheers, or
candies, chiffons, flowers, horse-
hair braids, big brims, baby dolls,
and hats. summi r occasion,
phe n< v.i-i colors ol geranium
pink ind rus tones ol yellow
will be featured.
The p; 5 been titled Y. u
Go to i --'"
\AI. oi Jor-
Mars tyles y Mr. John.
Schiapan i m Dior, Fra
rinin, u some I his ow n ere
ations will bt shown.
Board ol din ctors being install-,
i ,i are Mesi es 1 awrence Adler.
Abe Aronovitz, .Sidney Aronovitz,
Morris Blau. Norman Brown. AI
Glasser, Frank (ole. Irene Fink.
Jerome I and Norman
Gladsd< n.
Also en the board are Mesdames
llany Gordon, Henry Green, H
Hoffman Groskloss, Morton Ha!
pern. Da> Hyman Kaplan
Louis : i ml '- Herschel Leschel.,
Doris Man : is and Robert Nar
lone.
Other board members being in
stalled at th< affair are Mesdames
Max Pepper, David Ritas.
Rogers, R< : i
region, will deliver
'he welcoming address. Advisor
to the conference. Mrs. Ezra Sha-
piro, of the national board of Ha-
lassah, has just returned from
her eighth visit to Israel, and will!
bring ;. report on -Israel and the'
World Zionist Scene." A contin-
gent of over 200 women trom Mi-
ami and Miami Beach will be Ie I
y the local incoming presidents.
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Miami, and
Vfiss Lillian Goodman, Miami
"each, with the outgoing presi-
lents, Mrs Louis Goldman and
Mrs. Fred Jonas, acting in an ad-
.s(is capacity to their respective
chapters
For delegates who cannot re-
main for the three day sessions.
the proceedings on Sunday will
constitue a capsule conference, and
will include a symposium on the
new Medical Center, presided over
by Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, Mi-
ll coordinator !>>r the region.
Three local physicians who have
visited Israel and studied Us modi-
MRS. JACK GERSON
Acad. Women's
Donor Luncheon
1 .ell Temple, Pythian Sisters Ramagli, Raymond Rubin. Samu
dnesday evening at Pythian j. Sapiro, Robert Schwartz, Sa
W. Fiagler st. Mrs.
imenthal is entertainment
SOLDERERS
Seitlin,
Spector,
Wayne
Kochkind. Sal
Samuel
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William Shaver. Julius
,1 Stuzin, Sain Shal
for, Phillip Warshaw,
Weintraub, Jerry Weiss,
Werner. Fred Witkolf.
Zaydon and Doran Zinner.
William
Robi it
Thomas
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on light Gouge Metals. Inside Work.
Call NA 1-7525
PRACTICAL NURSE
Will DO BABY-SITTING
ANY TIME. REFERENCES.
Rabbi Labovitz is Host
HI 6-9022
'Still Small Voice," television
program sponsored by the Rabbim
cal Assn oi Greater Miami,
be hosted by Rabbi F.ugene 1
vitz, spiritual leader of Temple
Ner Tarn in. on Sunday, 10 am..
over WCKT ch. 7. Guests will be
Rabbi Harold Richter and students
trom the University of Miami. Topic-
will be The Younger Generation
Looks at Judaism."
Hebrew Academy Women will
hold a donor, spring luncheon and
garden party at the home ol Mr.
and Mrs Leonard Hosen. 10010 W.
Broadview dr., Bay Harbor Island
on Wednesday, May io. Mrs. Jos-
eph Shapiro, president of the He-
brew Academy Women, announ-
ced.
The bullet luncheon will he held
on the patio and lawn of Ihe Rosen
home, overlooking Biscayne Bay,
in a decor setting ol blue and
H hit''
All members bringing in $50 for
.he forthcoming Souvenir Journal
are invited as guests ol the or-
ganization. Mis. Jack Gerson is
chairman of the donor. Co-chair-
men are Mesdames Jack Buclis
baum. Sheldon Pea it. William
Goldstein. Louis Pollack and Abra-
ham Steinberg.
Mis Gerson said that an after-
noon of entertainment and prizes
are in store for the 200 women
wi"|pected to attend,
a bo-
Mrs. Harold Abbott. Mrs. Her
nard Kramarsky, Mrs. A. Arthur
Pekelner, Miami; and Mesdames
Nat Barth, Barnel Beckerman
Jack Davis. Albert Hauer. Henry
Hersh, Baruch Siegel, Philip Thau,
and Isiclor Yaslow. Miami Beach.
Monday will highlight a discus
vion ol Hadassah s program, with
Mrs. Avner Lewis, of Orlando. Mrs.
Lawrence Leviton and .Mrs Wil-
liam Dreier, of Palm Beach. A
non-quota fund-raising session will
follow, with Mrs Morris Alpert.
Miami Beach, and Mrs. Clifford
Green, Tampa. Mrs. Samuel z.
Sakrais, Miami Beach, regional
leadership training and organiza-
tion coordinator, will conduct a
seminar for officers and chairmen,
with special emphasis on informed
public speaking.
Her teammates are .Mi's Ber-
nard Marder, Mrs. Handshu, Mi-
ami; Mrs. Henry W. Wernick. Mi-
ami Beach; and Mr. Watson Dun-
can ill. professor ol English and
Speech at Palm Leach Junior Col
lege.
Monday evening's bullet supper
will feature youth activities, with
Mrs. Gerald 1' Soil/. Miami, re-
gional chairman, officiating. On
her agenda will be an Israeli pro-
mam, with boy- and girls depicting
the dan< i mgs "i Israel.
On Monday evening, the scene
will shift to the Palm Peach Play-
house to accomodate t h e large
number of people expected (o listen
to I. L. Kenen. ol Washington. DC.
His subject is "New Directions in
Zionism."
Kenen is executive director oi
the committee lor public affairs
and a member ol the American
Zionist 'li:! i.! Following Ihe
meeting, the Palm Beach count)
chapter will b< hosl Io delegates
at an informal pal
At the coin..'.. < rues-
Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, Mi
ami Beach II
ern approach I Ji wish survival,
and at thi will launch
Hadassi 'i Bible study course,
Cl....... I u luncheon
v ,n k be VIi s irw in Li -.
founder >pri sident ol Miami hap-
ter, and presently membership vice
president of the Florida region. All
phases ol membership efforts will
i be reviewed and analyzed during
ti. workshop, on her committee
are Mrs. Norman chasm. Mrs.
Leonard Wolpe. Miami; and Mrs
Maurice Calm, Mrs Oscar Sindell,
Miami Beach.
Tuesday afternoon, the summa-
tion ol the conference, stressing
the achievements ol the past ami
plans lor the future, will be given
by Mrs, Ezra Shapiro, of Cleve-
land, national advisor Installation
and a musical pro-ram will close
the conference. Mrs Samuel /..
Sakrais. immediate past president
of Ihe region, will induct Ihe newly
elected officers and chairmen.
Reservations are still open for
Sunday and for the three-day stay,
and may be made by contacting
Mis \la\ Sokoloff, Miami, and
Mrs Frances Fntine. Miami Beach.
MRS. MILTON R. BLUM
Mrs. Blum Will
Tcke Office
Mrs Milton R. Blum, newly-clocl-
d presi lent ol the Shore Unit, C in-
ter Institute of Miami, will accept
In gavel from retiring presidenl,
Mrs Henrj Gewitz, at an installa-
tion luncheon Monday at the Lido
spa.
Mrs. Blum, wife of Col. Milton
R. Blum, recently retired from the
[ S. Army, has been active in wom-
en's clubs around the world, h IV-
ing been instrumental in establish-
ing contacts between Japanese and
American Women's Clubs in Tokyo.
She has also held offices in the
German-American Women's cit bs
in Heidelberg and Stuttgart, served
is president ol 1 h e First Army
Women's Club ol New York, and
he Adjutant General's Wives Assn.
ni Washington, DC.
Col. and Mis. Blum have repre-
d the i S on numerous so-
cial and diplomatic occasions both
in this country and abroad. They
live with their three children at
:>s:,l No. bay rd., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, installing
officer, will also induct Mesdames
Joseph Schessel, Sam Garfunkel
and Paul Allen, vice presidents;
Moe Blitz, treasurer; Jacob Rlf-
kin, financial secretary; Maxwell
Hyman, recording secretary; Sy-
dell Levine, Dan Levine and Harry
;;< senfcld, corresponding secre a-
i:. -. and Henry Gewitz, chaplain
and parliamentarian New mem
,.: ihe board will lie installed
bj v Sidney. Raff el.
of
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Chicago Club Meeting Slated
Chicago Club of Creator Miami
Will meet Sunday evening at the
Deauville hotel for annual election
of officers and board of directors.
Capf- Gardner
To be Speaker
Cap! Lei l lardner, manager
i Israel El AI Airlines office
ii Beach will be guest speak-
er m a special program in honor
oi the Bar Mitzvah year of Israel
on Tuesday evening at the Israelite
Center.
Balfouria Gilad, Yemenite sing-
er, will offer a group of traditional
songs
Irving Sperling and Max A. Rai-
ness are co-chairmen lor the even-
ing.
Fabulous 40V Gala
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hmimel-
farb, "i the Men's cinb and Sis-
terhood ol (oral Way Jewish Cen-
ter, will be co-chairmen of a "Fabu-
lous los'' gala Saturday night at
Die Coral Way Jewish Center The
jointly-sponsored fund-raising ;!-
fair will feature a review in panto-
mime and -onus and dances re-
calling Ihe names, music and songs
of the 1940s.
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Mr and Mrs I'adore Hecht have School of Finance and Commerce
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daughter, Isabelle Miriam, to Bar- v. here he was a number ot Sigma
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The bride-to-be.
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
In school, he was a regular quiz kid. Everybody knew him as a boy-
genius. He won every scholarship or prize th.it was offered, says Lillian.
He majored in Greek and Latin, and was going to be an archaeolgist.
Alter a whirlwind courtship of only eight years.
Lillian who had spent her tune in college stu-
dying psyscology, became the wile of Rabbi
Leon Kronish.
Is there a difference in being an ordinary
housewife and a rabbis housewife? Definitely,
yes. But Lillian handles both with aplomb.
Both Lillian and the Kabbi really like
people. In their position, they have the op-
portunity to see and be with many people in
all walks of life. Lillian is a warm and friendly
person. At one time, she was on the Dade
County Marriage Council, but now finds that
she must confine her -rebbetzin" organization
activities to being the "rebbetzin"" ot Temple
Beth Sholom. She spends a great deal of time
in counseling young people, a task for which
........ she was trained.
L,L"*n The time that a rabbi can spend with his
family is limited. Lillian has made one rule which is in force at all times
unless there is an emergency. At the dinner hour, all ol the family is
together. This is the most precious hour of the day for all of them.
Kabbi Kronish reacs aloud from the Bible and they sing together. Satur-
day, too. is a family day at home, when they read and play chess and
tnickers together.
The Kronish family loves to travel. They believe in seeing Ameri-
ca, and they have had some wonderful vacations, among them their stay-
in Maine. Their trip to Israel is another marvelous story. It isn't so
much what you see, says Lillian, but the marvelous people you meet that
makes life so interesting.
Lillian's devotion to her family is paramount in her life. She is not
a matriarch, but a bulwark of strength against which all lean. She has
the knack of reviewing the problem at hand objectively.
Once a week she slips quietly away and spends a few hours doing
What she adores. In a private course, with ten other women and an
instructor, they interpret and analyze poetry.
Then back Lillian goes to her cooking, her soothing of ruffled feel-
ings, her child counseling and the hundred-and-one things that make up
a daj in the life oi a "rebbetzin."
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ISLAND HOPPING AROUND WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
The enchantment ol the South Seas was in effect at Westview Coun-
try Club when members held their Festival of the Islands. Polynesian
lood. flowered shirts on the men. orchids flown in from Hawaii for the
women, helped create the just right atmosphere. Even the entertain-
ment, llame dancing, put the final touch on an exciting evening. Lots
of people were there, including Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyers and their son.
James Fred is club presidentthe Joseph Liptons, the Milton Cole-
mans, the Milton Niissbaums, and the Sol Cohens.
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MAE DAY
Mae Day" at the Algiers hotel was really when the Federation of
Jewish Women's Organizations honored Mae (Mrs. Arnold) Perlstein.
Si ngs by Paula Hoffman were Ming and. a
spokesman from each table read what that
table had to say about Mae. Fay Ablin got
there just in time lor the toast. Miriam Sirkin
kept looking at the wine glasses and whisper-
'Where did they come from? We aren't
having wine! Just then, the wine steward
came up to Arnie (Mae's husband), who was
E :':!: next to her. and -aid. -Will the host
please taste the wine before I pour it" Miriam
heaved a sigh of relief; the mystery was solved
It was a lovely party, and Mae has a new-
charm for her bracelet. Much has happened
during the last few years, and the friendships
that have been made and the wonderful work
tha! has been done by the women in this town
were beautifully revealed by Mae when she
sang "Thanks for the Memories." Of course
you knowMae has been director of the Wom-
en's Division of Federation.
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WHY DIDN'T HERS?
Did you notice when Elizabeth Taylor received her Oscar the other
night her eye make up remained perfect even though her eyes were lull
ol tears? Well, when Bee (Mrs i. M i Weinstein gave her review ol
"The Last ol the Just." at the Alpha Epsilon Phi scholarship book re
view out at the sorority rooms on the UM campus, some of the listeners
looked as if they had black eyes. There was a lot of nose blowing, too.
Babbelte (Mrs. Bertram) Thorpe and her daughter. Iris (Mrs. Daniel)
Franco. Ann (Mrs. Theo; Berman. Jackie (Mrs Bart) Cohen. Bee (Mrs.
Alexander' Straus, Barbara (Mrs. Norman) Brown, Rhoda (Mrs. Morns)
Levitt, and Marilyn Cohen were all having a crying good time.
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WEST WARD HO +T-.....WFV
Meta (Mrs. Ronald) Berger is here from Chicago to visit her folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz. She brought Jan Ellen and Louis, w ho are now
as brown as berries. Of course, brother David, from New York, couldn't
let a chance like this slip by, and he came flying home for a family re-
union They are the reunjonist family. While she was here, Meta de-
cided to have a luncheon for Vicki Ellen (Mrs. Joseph) Friedman, who
is about to move to California. A large gilded cowboy hat filled with
flowers made an attractive centerpiece. Cowboys, Indians, and Western
travel posters hung on the walls. All Vicki needs, evidently, is a covered
wagon.
A late
a graduate of Planned _____________
Miami Beach Senior High School. ajMl^ D *J
is currently attending Emerson MlSS Miller DTICSe
College in Boston, where she is ., .
majoring in speech therapy. Qf 01*. otdr
Her fiance is the son ol Mr. and
Mrs Philip Goldin, oi Great Neck. j0 Ann Beverly Miller and Dr.
He is a graduate of the Wharton Bruce S Steir exchanged marriage
vow Sundaj aft< moon, \pr. 9. in
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Kane, Savransky
Betrothal Told
Mr. an:! Mrs. Aaron Savransky.
651 Jetferson ave announce the
engagement of their daughter. Mar
cia, to Murray Lee Kane, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton R Kane. 1052
N\Y 176 ter.
The bride-elect was graduated
-umma cum laude from the Uni-
versity of Miami in Feburary, and
is now teaching at Highland Park
Elementary School while at the
university, she was a member ol
Alpha Lambda Delta, national
women's honorary; Sigma Alpha
Iota, music honorary: Phi Kappa
Phi. scholastic honorarv; Kappa
Delta Pi. education honorary; Al-
pha Sigma Epsilon. scholastic and
leadership honorary; the Hillel
Foundation: Theta Delta, religion
honorary; and the American Mu
sicological Society.
Mr. Kane graduated cum laude
from the University of Miami,
where he was a member of Phi
Eta Sigma, national freshmen's
honorary; Alpha Epsilon Delta.
premedical honorary; Beta Beta
Beta, national biology honorary;
l>< Ita Theta Mu, \n- and Science
honorary; and the University of
Miami Circle
At present, he is attending the
University oi Miami school ol medi-
cine, from which he will graduate
in June. He is a member ol Phi
Delta Epsilon, medical fraternity,
and Alpha Omega Alpha, national
medical honorary.
They will be married June 1.1
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he chapel e: Temple Emanu-El.
Rabbi IrvinL Lthrman officiated,
and a reception .r. the Carillon ho-
tel followed
The bride is the daughter of Mr
;,i!,l Mrs Samuel B. Miller. 9024
Harding ave. Dr. Steir is the son
ol Mrs, I.t>8 Pennsyl-
vania ave and t h e late Philip
Steir
The bride's brother. Jack Miller,
served best man Following a
honeymoon in Mexico, the newly-
weds will reside in Miami Beach.
The bride attended Rutgers Uni-
versity, and is a graduate of the Temple Emai
University ol Miami. She is em- of the marriagt Sunday, Adf
ployed as an Krt teacher at Coral of Ju.iith L. \\.--
(lal-les Elementary School. aid I. Badt
The bridegroom is a graduate of The bride is th. daughter of]
the Universit) of Florida and I'ni- and Mrs. Atr; \\.:..-4
versity of Miami medical school. 2921 Sheridan ;,.< Mia:r; 3j
He interned at Charity Hospital. The groom- parents arc
New Orleans. La and is complct- Mrs. Mende! i dl I Coloca.l
iirj residency a*. Mr. Sinai Hos- The bride is graduate of *>|
Miss Wasserman
Now Mrs. Badt
Irving l.'v m's -
Dr.
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ami Beach Si : Tolajl
the Mandel Scl I I
in New York.
Mr. Badt receded h!
from tin I
and is a ph:.r
studied phi ; v at Femi|
Institute in Big
The bride
wedding gow: > -.
over taifi ta, l chant! !y iactH
fitted bodict vftjB
bouffant skn -
French illusi-
of silk org.. .
with orange
ned white on' u Bible
Marshal! I :
groom, was b si M
M. Rosen, .i U>
sister of the as I
honor.
The couple Ion
chigan, when Ihi
home. Rec< ;
ed luncheon fol
ding ecremi r \
hotel
Jackpot Fund Night
Temple Zioi -
a Jackpot I : on -
evening al T< Zioi W
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HAIRMAN of the day at the
annual installation luncheon
the Greater Miami chapter.
i a n il e i s University National
Norton's Committee, on Friday
the Lucerne hotel was Mrs.
n (". Lehman in a cornflower
ue linen sheath with brown
I embroidery. Her sweater
k;.- a matching shade of blue.
i her accessories were in a
K:c color.
Mrs. Ben Zion GinsburK wore
white linen printed sheath; the
fabric was purchased while on a
r roil trip to Nassau. Honey
boL-e silk organza and satin were
ff.mbined into a shirtwaist style
D> Mrs. George Levenson
4 bone-colored India raw silk
at the choice of Mrs. Jerome
{ado. Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein se-
lf ctrd a multi-colored striped
i!k sheath. A salmon shade of
Biik was worn by Mrs. Rebecca
fenc;man, and Mrs. Louis Easton
|cr.o.-e a white silk damask shirt-
|Vo>t.
Installed as president was Mrs.
i.lemon B. Margolis. who ar-
|l.\d from the hospital where
1}.'. is conlined. in order to be
Installed. The dress she chose
|v i^ of navy silk ribbon, which
khi had hand crocheted. Her
s 1 white hat featured a blue
|li'.0.
Mrs Sidney Lewis chose a
-. and white silk, featuring a
. onal print, and topped it with
; abric softened white picture
Mrs. Aaron Fair was stun
r ,. in a combination of pink anil
red. Her moygashel linen sheath
in a light pink with red
floral appliques on the bodice
IJer cashmere sweater was in a
i hi cherry red with pink floral rison, N.Y.
liques down the front of the Miss Fishhein will -craduate
igan. The small, yet full-
crowned hat she wore featured
< r.bred shades of satin from
I j ht pink to deep red.
silk crepe which featured a side
drape on the skirt, and a low V
reckline on the bodice.
Officers were installed by Mrs.
Harold Turk, who wore a white
moygashel linen sheath. Her
r< plum was trimmed with gold
r-iiilrr.s. and her hat was <>t na-
tural straw lace with an oranee
velvel crown. Mrs Sidney M.
Schwartz, who gave a report on
thi Brandcis University campus,
chose a powder blue raw silk
: heath.
Mrs. William Brenners jacket
dress was in royal blue silk, with
the bodice in a blue and green
print on white. Her waist-length
jacket was lined in the same
fabric as her bodice. A jacket
dress was also the choice ol Mrs.
Jerome Ash. featuring ribbed
silk in a watercolor print of tones
and shades of blues.
The invocation was given by
Mrs Leon Kronish in a two-piece
Israui knit in a bright cherry
color Mrs. Irving Blasberg wore
a cotton which featured a brown
ana yellow floral print. A gold
silk shantung sheath was the
cnoice of Mrs. Joel Meyer, and
a white silk with a pleated skirt
wan worn by Mrs. William Max-
well.
Mrs. Leo Robinson
hosted a cocktn:l party at ,
their horn*' Sunday for members
of the Greater Miami chapter of
the American Jewish Committee.
Mrs. Robinson wore a powder
blue moygashel linen sheath, lea
Hiring blue floral appliques in a
band near the hemline Mrs.
James R. Ka'.zman chose an im-
ported sheer cotton print in black,
mocha and white.
Mrs. Joseph L. Goodman's
navy silk sheath was polka (lot-
ted in white. Mrs. Tat Kanner
wore a white cotton sheath with
a large square lace collar, and
Mrs. Samuel J. Stone chose a
purple and lilac print.
Wife of the president. Mrs.
Pa\id B. Fleoma:;. selected a silk
sheath plaid in pa.-tel ice-cream
colors. White silk with an aqua-
marine floral print was worn by
Mrs. Charles E. Leeds. Mrs.
Melvyn B. Frumkes wore a lilac-
silk shar.'.ung with the collar con-
toured Over the shoulders and
dropped down to a capclcttc ef-
fect.
Mrs. Dona'.d Eanett chose a
silk satin brocade in petal pink
and crey. Mrs. Mac Mermell.
looking very slim only three
weeks alter the birth of their
fourth child, was in black lace
with a peau de soie cummer-
bund. Lavender flowers on silk
was worn by Mrs Jerome C.
Al(llllo|'<
MRS. RICHARD CRttN
Blank, Green Will
Live on Beach
A double ring ceremony Sunday.
Apr. 16. at the Americana hotel
Rubins Reveal
Lillian's Betrothal
'Ihe engagement of Lillian Ru-
bin and Allan I. Poms was an-
nounced a; ;; party given by hei
parents. Mr. an:! Mrs. Jack Rubin
at their home. 3410 SW 16 tor
Miss Rubin graduated cum laude
from the University <>f Florida with
a BA decree in education. She is
in the Hall of Fame, and was vice
president of AEPhi sorority, editoi
Of Coedikette, secretary of Zet;
Phi Eta, national speech societj
for women, and president of Tri-
anon chapter of Mortarboard, na-
tional leadership honorary.
Currently, she is with the Boston
Children's Medical Center as ;
speech therapist, and attends Bo-
ton University, where she will >
ccive her Master of Arts define n
August.
Mr. Poms is the son of Mr. and
Mr.-. Samual Poms, ol Washingtor
D.C. He graduated from Rensse
lacr Polytechnic Institute in llijf-
with a Rachelor of Architects<
degree. He was a member of Phi
Sigma Delta fraternity, treasurei
of Scarab architectural honorar>
society, and also belonged to Fo.n
ragere Society, military honorary
Tau Beta Pi, national engineering
honorary society, and served as ;
reserve olficer in the U.S. Army.
Currently, he is attending Mas-
Mrs. Nathan Rood was in a j formal followed. June,
pink moygashel linen sheath, and The bride selected a traditional The couple will be married July-
Mrs. Harold Spaet s silk sheath I floor-length gown of white import- 30, at the Commodore hotel in New
was in charcoal with black coin cd Spanish lace over tulle with York City,
dots. Blues and greens com- bouffant skirt and fitted bodice.
bmed in the print worn by Mrs u featured a Queen Anne collar
Max WeitZ. White cyelette was and long sleeves to a wrist point,
-elected by Mrs. Seymour Samet. The four-tiered French illusion
and her ('...lighter Anita wore an viol fell from a crown of tulle and
aqua cot'on.
Miss Fishbein
Plans Fall Rites
Dr. and Mrs. 1. Leo Fishbein.
2535 Pine Tree dr., announce the
engacement of their daughter.
Anne Marcia, to Alan Robert
Block.
The groom to be is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Block, of Har-
A -old linen sheath with the
^ color combination of orange
her topper and accessories
worn by Mrs. \rnold Perl-
Mrs Harry Orleans had
tones of blue in a floral print on
11; jacket dress ensemble. Mrs
v B Rimer chose royal blu<
from Brandcis University in June.
An accomplished pianist, she is i
presently studying voice at the '
New England conservatory of Mu-
sic.
Her fiance will receive a degree
from Brandcis University in Juno
The couple are planning to be
married in the fall.
MISS ANNE HSHBHN
seed pearls. She carried white
orchids on a Bible.
.Matron of honor was Mrs. Lewis
Malter. Randy Malter and Judy
Sherer were bridesmaids, and Judy
Mallei was flower girl.
The new Mrs. Croon i- the daugh-
ter of .Mr. and .Mrs. Louis Blank,
of 7940 West dr.. Miami Beach. She
attended the University ol Colora-
do and was affiliated with Sigma
Delta Tau.
Her husband is the son of Mrs
Hortense Green and the late Max
well Croon, and is a graduate of
Adelphi College. His best man
v.,i- Alexander Shere. and Lewis
Malter, Jessie Kimniel. Joe Kirs-
ohenbaum. David Malter and Step-
hen Shore served as ushers.
The young couple will make their
home on Miami Beach when they
return from their Island hopping
honeymoon trip.
A1/SS IIUIAN RUBIN
Socializing
in
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Cocktail Gowns
and
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Denver Medical Center to Install
Creator Miami Auxiliary of the the Barcelona hotel Mrs, Morris
American Medical Center al Den- Skop will be installing offtcer.
ver will hold its annual installa- Miss Kate Klatzkin will be in-
tion of officers Sunday evening at stalled as president Miss Hannah
Hartman, Mrs. George Tookcr and
Mrs. Joe Holeber are vice pres-
idents.
Others to be installed are Mos
dames Jerry Poncher, correspe::
| ding secretary; Beatrice Colo, re-
cording secretary; Morris Golus-
I kin. financial secretary; Hannah
j Levine. treasurer.
Retiring president is Mrs. Anne
! Metz. The group services patient^
I of Jackson Memorial Hospital in
I the cancer and tubercular divis-
ions of the hospital, bringing them
party snacks and gifts. When
needed, patients are sent to the
sanitarium at Denver.
Chairman of the installation is j
Mrs. Morris Goluskln, with Mrs
Robert Stein assisting.
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accept any and every offer to
ify himseli as a Jew. Dur-
ing Chanuka, Chandler posed
ingly lor dozens ot pictures
showing him rehearsing the story
..i the Maccabees tor the Brandeis
Institute. The ironical part of
this situation is that >i;r lecve
actor can't hold a Chanuka can-
dle :<> .Ml Chandlers talent for
ac'ir.g and for being loved by
his fellow-man.
Milton Beiie's 23-year-old nep-
hew. Marshall Berle, wants to be
a comedian and Uncle Miltie uncle ni tins ca-t is ncour-
aging the handsome boy. When
Marshal] '.ells h: funnies, Milton
hs until the tears run. the
waj George Burns always
breaks up Jack Benny.
Ad in a Hollywood trade paper:
"Casti ... i U ad in Rabbi and
Actors six ft. or
;. pow< r and < nsith ity"
George Jesse! introduced
Dun :an and her new part-
i er, Mic< Tyrrell, at Bill) Gray's
I Box "I'm here tonight,"
"as an excuse not to
ael."
you eaten aessel's tussle
. ith Zsa Zsa Gabor on the Jack
.3ion -how with ZZ
off? I've been waiting
lanj patient year- for someone
to dress down this dressed up
gal That new tune. "Musta-
pha." in Louis Prim a and Keely
Smith's "Frantic 40's" act at Wil-
bur Clark's Desert Inn. Las Ve-
fl
Parkway Reopens
As Art GaSlery
And Theatre
The catr !*.; sion of Womet
eo Enti rprisi has announced the
of th< companj 's Park-
11 i ire. Coral Waj and 12
a\ the appointment of Jack
\ ii : a; its manager.
Harvey Fleischman. Wometco's
-. enl i'i i hargc i f art and
subsequent run theatres in making
'. uncement, said that the
in iall ha '>< en renamed Park-
way Theatre and Art Gallery.
"The tremendous increase in
public demand for art and for-
eign films," Fleischman said,
"fostered tSe decision to make
I the Parkway a new first-run art
theatre. Remodeling plans now
rearing completion include the
I conversion of the thettre's spa-
| cious lobby into an art gallery
in which can be exhibited works
by artists in all media rather
than just paintings."
This is to be one facet of an
verall attempt to utilize the
leatre for 'art in living," adding
. dimensions to the- theatre's in
!gratlon within community life,
ccording to Fleischman, ''Efforts
ill be made to use the theatre for
h a other 'ban motion picture
xhtbition, such as chess classes
nd tournaments, home decorating
monstrations, group meetings
ad di>eussions. travel lectures,
aiming, sculpture, handcraft or
ltiquc displays, talks on gourmet
Kids, serving wines, and others."
Films scheduled for showing at
e Parkway will not be coinci-
ental with Wometco 'g May fair
nd Sunset Art Theatres, which
e usually booked together. The
'ening attraction is to be The
.loyal Ballet" (Sadler's
gas, was written bj
ncit and Sammy Fain.
On the Walter Mirisch set ot
West Side story". Robert
Wise, producer, and Jerome Rob-
b:ii>, co-director, have been on
i- for two years, anu the firm has
spent live million dollars so far
It was Robbins who conceived.
choreographed and staged the
play, but he relinquished actual
photographic direction to Wise
Throughout the production, you
will hear the wonderful music ot
Leonard Bernstein.
Young Corey Allen, one of the
copartners with Maura McGive-
ncy and Jack Fine, ot Freewej
Circuit. Inc., has stopped running
His Only in America." starring
Herschel Bernardi, that has been
playing dozens Oi one-night
stands along the Freeway, has
come to rest for a stationary run
at the Ivar Theater What
chance has Jack Benny tor pri-
vacy when his violin teacher men-
tioned Jack's exact street address
m Beverly Hills to a few hundred
thousand viewers ol CBS-TV's
"To Tell "he Truth?"
Ruth Roman has been set to
start production ;n a big-budget,
half-hour televison series titled
rhe World and Lisa Bord< n" to
be sei n on ABC-T\ accordin to
Herts-Lion International. It's a
lut of fun around a national maga-
/ it nev s editor so mazeltov to
Ruth for the starring selection.
Billy Glason defines a stereo
set. It's where a ma I w fe hol-
lers al him from one side ol the
room, and his mother-in-law hol-
lers the same thing at him from
the other side.
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U.S.S.R, cultural exchange film
produced in Russi: Don Quix-
ote." an adaptation of Cervi
classic .satire after winch v\ill b<
shown ^ the Moral Rcarma
film. "The Crowning Experience,"
starring .Muriel Smith
Mrs. Solti to Install
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of District 5, will be installing of-
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^Mitzvalt
to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian w.;|! present free
isking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mifzvan.
\s should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
.irFlar one-month in advance. Include the name
Jar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
Iddress and telephone number. The corsage wili be
Jed to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
occasion.
|Sharr>i Lloyd
pon Kronish will officiate
la- Mitzvah of Sharon.
jf Mr. and Mrs Charles
ring services Saturday
ipt 20, Bt Temple Beth
a ,i *!udent in the Beth
bnfirm itioa Class of 5723.
Philip Lar-j
Hng Lehrtnan will offici-
le Bar Mitzvah of Philip
3n of Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
duri.i^ Saturday morn-
ices. Apr. 29. at Temple
is a seventh grade stu-
Ihe Ida M. Fisher Junior
d attends the Temple re-
School. He is a member
61, Boy Scouts of Amer-
* *
Paula Brjverman
. daughter of Mr and Mrs.
I averman, will be Bas
during Friday evening
Apr. 28. at Congregation
Moshe. She will speak
I man of Valor." Rabbi
:i. SteinmetZ will officiate.
attends North Miami Jun-
h and has been a student
t) religious school since she
(years old.
t
Miles Pollack
Harold Richter will offi-
Ithe Bar Mitzvah of Miles.
|r. and Mrs Oscar Pollack.
ring Pines, during Sat
I iming services of Beth
.it Cutler Ridge Center
|iv Hall. The Bar Mitz-
peak on "The Holy Di-
i Living "

Edward Koertiq
|tzvah of Kduard Sal. son
d Mrs Murray Koenig,
. Miami Beach, will be
i Saturday morning, Apr.
Beth Tfilah Congregation,
ij Joseph Rackovaky of
t'i is an eighth grade stu-
l<:a M. Fisher Junior High.
ettion Ul his honor will be
Ifce Temple following serv-
SHABON
STUART
Barry Small
li'/vah of Barrv. son of
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Small, was
celebrated Saturday morning. Apr.
22. at Temple Menorah. with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz officiating.
Barry is in the graduation class
of the Temple's religious school,
and attends Nautilus Junior High
A reception in his honor was
held at his home. 978-79 ter., Mi-
ami Beach.
* *
Alan Sternlieb
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs Sol
Sternlieb. will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Apr 29. at
Beth Torah Congregation, with
Rabbi Max A. I.ipschitz officiating.
Alan is a seventh made student
at North Miami Beach Junior
High, and plays the saxophone in
the school band. He has been at-
tending the congregation's religious
school for several years.
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday night at Michel's
restaurant on Miami Beach.
*
Alan Alweiss
Saturday morning services. Apr.
29. at Temple Zamora will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Alan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alweiss. Rabbi
B Leon Hurwitz will officiate.
Alan is a student at Ponce de
Leon Junior High,
attending Hebrew school for six
years
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at the
Deauville hotel
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Mr. and Mrs. Davis Trencher. 7149
Bay dr., on Saturday morning,
Apr. 22. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz officiated.
Martin is a student at the Tem-
ple religious school, and attends
Nautilus Junior High.
Dinner reception in his honor
was held SurTda? at Michel's res-
taurant.
*
David Hochstadt
Saturday morning services. Apr
29. at Israelite (."enter will include
the Bar Mitzvah of David, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hochstadt.
David is a student in the Cen-
ter's religious school. His Parents
will host the Kicldush following
services.
* *
Stuart Cohen
Rabbi Norman Shapiro will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Stuart
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Cohen, 221 Viscaya, Coral
Gables, on Saturday morning. Apr.
29. at Beth David
His grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Israel Cohen, and Mrs. Es-
ther Grad and the late Samuel
Grad. of Cincinnati. O.
Stuart is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Ponce de Leon High, and
attends Beth David's religious
school.
* > *
Glenn Shuman
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Shuman. 751-81 St.. Miami
Beach, on Saturday morning. Apr.
29. at Temple Menorah.
Glenn attends Nautilus Junior
High, and is in the graduation
class of the Temple's religious
school.
Dinner and reception in his hon-
or will be held Sunday evening at
the Balmoral hotel
. ?
Sam Spatzer
Israelite Center will be the site
Of the Bar Mitzvah of Sam. son of
Mrs Ethel Spatzer. on Saturday
morning, Apr 29. with Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky officiating. Sam is
a student in the Center's religious
school.
Mrs. Spatzer will host the Kid
dush in her son's honor following
services

llene Corenblum
Ilene Leslie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Tilden Corenblum. will be
Bas Mitzvah at Temple Judea on
Saturday morning, Apr. 29. which
is also the date of her father's
birthday. Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
will officiate.
Ilene is a seventh grade student
at Ponce de Leon Junior High, and
has attended the Temple s Hebrew
school for three years and the Sun-
day school for six years.
Her parents will host the Kid-
dush in her honor follow ing serv-
ices. Mr. Corenblum is president
; of Temple Judea.
*
Fredric Schall
Bar Mitzvah of Fredric Harvey,
son of Mr. and Mrs Allen Schall.
1887 S\V (i st.. will be observed
Saturday morning. Apr. 29. at Con-
gregation Beth El, with Rabbi
Solomon Schiff officiating.
Fredric is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Citrus Grove Junior High,
and attends the Congregation's He-
brew school.
*
Wayne Morris
Saturday morning services. Apr.
29. will include the Bar Mitzvah
of Wayne Aaron, son of Mr and
Mrs. Frank Morris, and grandson
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vJewist fierid/atjn
Friday, April 28. 1981
President Kennedy Hails Confab. Opener
As 66 Women Launch Biennial Here
Evening Group, youngest division of the Greater Miami Sec-
tion. National Council oi Jewish Women, will install its offi-
cers for the comng club year at a ceremony at the Biscayne
Terrace hotel on Monday evening. May 10. Left to right are
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Section president, installing officer; Mrs.
Morris Futernick, newly-elected president; Mrs. Richard Myers,
vice president of administration; Mrs. Mike Segal, vice pres-
ident of membership; Mrs. Sidney Indiain, vice president of
public affairs. Not shown are Mrs. Richard Maisel, vice pres-
ident of service; Mrs. Ronald Davis, recording secretary; Mrs.
Robert Burger, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ed Sirkin, finan-
cial secretary; Miss Lois Feldstein. treasurer. Mrs. Lewis
Kanner. chairman of the evening, has planned a fashion show
coordinated by Mrs. Mike Segal and Mrs. Jack Goldsworth.
Greater Miami Section Will Install;
Mrs. Lewis to Assume Second Term
Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, will in-
stall Mrs. Sidney Lewis for a sec-
ond term and eight division presi-
dents in a joint ceremony at a
luncheon on Wednesday at the Al-,
giers hotel.
Division presidents to be installed
with Mrs. Lewis are Mesdames
Harry Orleans. Bay Division;
Hirold Zeeman. Biscayne; Joseph^
Klein, Indian Creek; living E. Mil"
ler. Islands; Jack Chanin. Lincoln;
William Altman. Shores; Bernard
Ye-ner. Sunset. Mrs. Morris Fu-
ioinick will be installed as presi-
dent of the Evening Division, along
with the other officers for this
group, in ceremonies at the Bis-
tayne Terrace hotel on Wednesday.
May 10. Mrs Lewis will be install-
officer.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginslmrg is chair-
man of the Installation luncheon
Mrs. Howard Grove is co-chairman
Mrs. Samuel Gertman. past presi-
< t :it of the Greater Miami Section.
will give the invocation, and Mrs.
Aaron Farr. a national board mem-
ber, will install the officers. Theme
for the day is "Council Scores
\gain With Grand Slam of t h e
Y' ir."
Other officers to be installed are
Miami Section. Mesdames Ray-
mund Rubin. William I. Brenner.
Meyer Baskin, Florence Comanor.
Edwin Oppenheim. vice presidents;
Jack Chernau. recording sccreta-
rj: Frank Weiss, financial secre-
tary; Leonard Bursten, correspond-
ing secretary; Maxwell Hy-
man, treasurer.
Bay Division. Mesdames S.
Charles Fisher. Lawrence Lipkin,
Milton Levenson, Carl Ettinger.
vice presidents; Bertram Schrank.
recording secretary; Joseph Gleis-
her. corresponding secretay; Eman-
uei Rothbart, treasurer.
Biscayne Division, Mesdames
Samuel Kirstein. Cyrus Margulis.
Jerome Maxwell. Bernard Hamer-
smith. vice presidents; Joseph1
Swee. corresponding secretary; A.
David Ray vis, financial secretary;
Joseph Sperling, recording secre-
tary; Irving Ratner. treasurer.
Evening Division. Mesdames
Richard Myers. Mike Segal. Sidney
Indgin. Rick Maissel. vice presi-
dents; Edward Sirkin. financial
secretary; Ronald Davis, recording
secretary; Miss Debbi Burger, cor-
responding secretary; Miss L"i-
Feldstein. treasurer.
Indian Creek Division. Mesdames
Henry Hersh. Lou Margulies. Mil-
ton Weissherger, Joseph Barrett,
vice presidents; Leon Cohen, cor-
responding secretary; Samuel Po-
linsky. financial secretary; Roland
Oppenheimer, recording secretary;
Prances Friecland, treasurer.
Islands Division. Mesdames Dan
Wax, Robert Somerstein. Frank
Delford, Emanuel Pollack, vice
presidents; Herbert Sobel. corres-
ponding secretary; Benj. Bonder,
recording secretary; Fred Meyer,
financial secretary; Joseph Levine.
treasurer.
Lincoln Division, Mesdames Mil-
, ton Ratner. Carl Katz. Miss Elsie
Schwabe. Ethel Goldstein, vice
presidents; H. Robinson, corres-
ponding secretary; Miss Susan
Berkowitz. financial secretary;
Mrs. Leon Jacobs, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. A. Booxbaum, treasu-
rer.
Shores Division, Mesdames Louis
G Gordon, Eugene Fierer, Stanley
| Pred. Myron Weitzman. vice presi-
! dents; Stanley Wolff, correspond-
ing secretary: Dorothy Stone, fi-
nancial secretary; Joseph Roden-
; berg, recording secretary; Robert
Telmach. treasurer.
Sunset Division. Mesdames Da-
vid Rifas. Ben Trupkin, Meyer
Brilliant. Ted Berman. vice presi-
dents; Louis Beck, corresponding
secretary: Herbert Linick, finan-
cial secretary; I. Clarence Levy,
recording secretary: Alfred Lewis,
treasurer.
President Kennedy called on
B'nai B*rith Women's support of
the nation's educational.and wel-
fare programs* Monday before
opening of the organization's bien-
nial convention in the Carillon ho-
tel on Miami Beach.
His message to l.OOO delegates
of the Jewish women's service or-
ganization was read aloud to kick
off the five-day parley teaturing
Mrs. Esther l'eterson. assistant to
the CJ.S. Secretarj of Labor and
chief of the Women's Bureau, as
keynote speaker
'We depend on organizations
such as yours ... to bring rebel
to a world wasted by hunger, di-
sease and tyranny." wired the
President. "1 ask your support in
efforts to elevate the quality ot
our education and to strengthen
our health and welfare programs."
Mr. Kennedy also praised B'nai
B'rith Women for its principles
'embracing high ideals of humani
tarian and philanthropic work over
a halt century."
B'nai B'rith Women President
Mrs Charles D. Solovich, of De-
troit. Mich., termed his words "un-
equivocally inspiring" in her pre-
opening comment on the message
Mis. Solovich. who is "First
Lady" to 135,000 members through
out the U.S. and Canada, said the
Chief Executive's message "lends
real impetus to our anticipation ot
Mrs. Peterson's speech to the bien-
nial session."
Tin- Labor Department official,
arriving from Washington. DC.
Sunday night, talked on "Social
progress Whose Responsibility?"
Noted as an expert on labor rela
tions and problems of women work-
ers, the dynamic Mrs. Peterson is
one of the few women appointed
to key government positions by
President Kennedy. She has de-
voted her life to education and the
labor movement.
In her keynote talk Monday even
ing, Mrs. Peterson declared:
"For centuries the Jewish people
have asked themselves. Am I my
brother's keeper?'and for centu-
ries they have responded in the
affirmative. Your work as B'nai
B'rith Women is your reaffirmation
of this traditional sense of rc-pon
sibility. I hope that it will lead
you. as individuals, to look for the
social ills that are still so near to
us women still working long hours
tor little pay and many talented
and skilled workers denied jobs
simply because of their race.
"These things can be changed.
You cau change them', by giving
them your personal attention, by
;ecogni2iiuj these problems in your
city, by serving in *mvmunity
groups, by calling them to the at-
tention of your state and national
legislators, by opening your eyes."
Establishment of a Homelront
Peace Corps" to provide home hos-'
pitality for dark-skinned visiting
representatives of foreign nations
often shunned because of color pre-
judice was urged by Mrs. Solovich
in her opening address at the or-
ganization's biennial meeting at Mi-
ami Beach.
"Women hold one of the keys to I
a permanent peaceto open w ide
the doors of America's homes, con-
tributing meaningfully to the cause
of international friendship." de-
clared the top leader of the Jew-
ish women's service organization.
"There is no question of how we
can best pieet the challenge that
requires a changed approach to
homefront problems." she said,
pointing to the parley's theme:
The Challenge to Women's Or-
ganizationsChanging Roles in a
Changing World." She added that
the emerging nations and under-'
developed countries of the Free
World are areas needing special
attention in the quest for world
peace
Mrs. Weiss Will
Host Luncheon
Mrs. Milton Weiss, president of
the Dade County Council PTA. will
hold the final executive board meet-
ing of the season at her home,
5815 Alton rd.. on Monday mom-
ine.
Delegates to the national con-
vention of Parents and Teachers,
to take place In Kansas City on
May 21 to 24. will be elected
Delegates will also be elected to
represent the Dade County Council
at Summer Institute, which is a
PTA short training course in
Gainesville June 6 through 9.
Following the meeting. Mrs.
Weiss will entertain the board at
lunch.
Breakfast for Blood Donors
Breakfast will be served all mem-
l ra of Beth David who donate a
pint of blood when the Dade Coun-
ty Blood Bank unit is stationed
there Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon.
Moe Atkins is chairman of Beth
David Men's Club Blood Bank
NIKS. BEN S&MUtlS
Cutlers Observe 50th Anniversary
JMff. AMD MRS. SAMUtl CUTlfR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cutler cele-
brated their Golden Wedding an-
niversary at a dinner in the Crom-
well hotel Sunday. Apr. 24, sur-
rounded by their six children,
grandchildren and many close
friends.
From New Jersey came Mrs
Sophie Domb and her children and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baranoff and
their family. From Jacksonville,
there were Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair
Avchin.
Miss Janet Cutler flew in from
New Orleans, where she is attend-
ing Sophie Newcomb College, to
meet her parents and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Edward I. Cutler, of Tam-
pa.
Local contingent included Mar-
tin Cutler and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Budd Cutler and their youngsters.
Betsy and Jeffrey.
Other guests were the H. Book-
spans and David Schuhmas, of
Coral Gables, and Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Tucker.
Mrs. Ben Samuels
New PTA Leader
Irvin Katz. principal of Miami
Beach Senior High School, will con
duct a candlehghting ceremony
celebrating the school's first birth-
dany in its new building and in-
stallation of new officers of the
PTA on Tuseday. 8 p.m.. in the
auditorium.
Mrs. Ben Samuels, succeeding
Mrs. Leon Green, is t h e newly
elected president. Serving with
her are Mrs. Alvin Savage .presi-
dent-elect; Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs.
Henrietta Mehiman and Mrs. Sid-
ney Rudolph, vice presidents; Miss
Margaret Tarrer, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Lillian Eisenberg. cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Leon-
ard Jacobson. treasurer; and Mrs.
Louis Nadler, supply room treasur-
er.
Mrs. Sybil Hancock, cafeteria
manager, will be given a life mem-
I bership in the Florida Congress ol
j Parents and Teachers, an honor
| extended to men and women who
have served the community for the
welfare of children and youth.
A musical program will be given
by the a capella choir.
MRS. A. HERBEtT MAJHIS A
Mrs. Mathes Will
Take New Term
As Women's Head
Mrs. a Herbert Mathes has been
nominated for a second term to
head the Women's Auxihar) of
Mt. Sinai Hospital Election of of-
ficers, to be followed by in-tall j
tion, will be held at the organiza-
tion's annual meeting and lunche >n
on Friday noon. May 5, in the Fon-
taine room of the Fontainebleuu
hotel.
Serving with Mrs. Mathes will
be Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. Mrs.
Arthur Burrell. Mrs. John Owen
and Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, vice
presidents: Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Lawrence E. Singer, recording sec-
retary; Mrs Yale N. Levinson, fi-
nancial secretary; and Mrs. Ray-
mond F'einer, treasurer.
Saks Fifth Avenue will present
a three-generation fashion show,
including grandmothers, their
daughters, and their grandchildren.
Modeling the clothes will be mem-
bers of the Women's Auxiliary, in-
cluding Mrs. Jerry Blank and her
sons. Mark and Andy; Mrs Melvin
J Cohen and daughters. Elinda and
Wendy; Mrs. Harry Frohman and
daughter, Lynn; Mrs. Dores Frank
enthal and daughter, Heidi; Mrs.
Irving Goodman a n d daughters,
Nan and Susan: and Mr- Harry A
Lev} and daughter. Lisa.
Mrs Inez Krensky. her daughter,
Mrs Harry Smith, and daughter.
Louann. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolf-
son, daughter. Mrs. Jack Waxen-
herg. and daughter. Jeri Louise,
will represent three generations.
Teen age models who will partici-
pate are Miss Marcella Abess. Miss
Janice Bloom and Miss Alexa
Weiss.
Mrs. E. E. Bloom is coordinator
of the tashion show. Program
chairman is Mrs. Harold Turk,
who will introduce Mrs. Burt Haft,
singer of light operatic arias.
In charge of Tickets are Mrs.
Sarah S. Fishman and Mrs. Irwm
Weingroff, and tickets may also be
obtained in the auxiliary office.
Mrs. Alexander Libow and Mrs.
Meyer Don are arranging the lunch-
eon, and Mrs. Jay Siegel and Mrs.
Harry Smith are coordinators of
hostesses. The Mt. Sinai Hospital
Garden Club is taking care of the
Moral decorations for the luncheon.
Harold Shapiro to Speak
Luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith will be
held Tuesday noon at the Ritz Pla-
za hotel. Speaker will be Harold
Shapiro He will discuss "Jewish
National Fund Stamps and Zion-
ism." Gershon S. Miller is chair-
man.
Zamora Ladies
In Annual Donor
Sisterhood of Temple Zamora
held its annual donor luncheon Sun-
day in the Starlight room of the
Biscayne Terrace hotel.
Greetings were extended by Rab-
bi B. Leon Hurwitz. Mrs. Ed Solo-
mon. Sisterhood president, and Na-
than Davidow, president of the
congregation.
Program featured the singing of
Barry and Arlene Greenstein,
hrother-and-sister team belonging
to Temple Zamora, and a fashion
show of ladies sports and beach
, wear from "Jo's Place," managed
by Mrs. Irma Tescher.
Chairmen for the afternoon were
, Mrs. Sam Rabenowich and Mrs.
William M. Lauretz.


Friday, April 28. 1961
* Jen I s t fkrirffon
Paqe 11-8

B'nai B'rith Units
In Joint Affair
Combined installation of the
Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women
and Men will take place on Sunday |
evening-at Miami Springs Vrtra*.
Sam Nieberg. of Miami, outgoing
Florida president of B'nai B'rith,
will install the following officers:
For chapter: Mosdames Irving
Tilatlin. president: Jack Sternstein,
Irving Langer, vice presidents; Al
Bass, treasurer; Sidney Suss, au-
ditor
Mosdames Arthur Bassman. cor-
re-ponding secretary; Moe Fine-
gold, recording secretary; Sam
Kurland, counselor.
For lodge: Jerome Robinson,
president; Sidney Sanders, Harry
Kerns, Leo Steinmar., vice presi-
dents; Sam Kratish, treasurer; Sol
Bodian, corresponding secretary;
Fllis Sames, recording secretary;
Arthur Paddor, counselor.
Guest speaker will be State Sen.
W. C. Herrell. Mrs. Jack Stern-
Istein and Arthur Paddor are co-
fchairmen of the evening. Leo
Steinman will be master of cere-
Imonies.

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Happy things occur when four U.S. sailors, led by Glenn Ford
and Donald O'Connor, take over a geisha house in "Cry for
Happy." The comedy, in color, co-stars Miiko Taka and
Miyoshi Umeki, and opens Tuesday, May 2, at Wometco's
Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres.
Diefenbach Wins
In No. Miami Bch.
North Miami Beach Mayor Dar
Diefenbach was successful Tues
day in his bid for reelection Ii
a runoff against" A.M. Kaplan, Die
fenbach won with a margin of 41V
votes2.846 to 2,429.
In the three council races. Ber-
nard Berman beat Joe Moffat.
James Reardon was successful over
Louis Bruno, and Erwin Scharf
outpointed Ellis Rubin
Tallies were Berman. 2.560. Mof-
fat. 2,520; Rearcon. 2.677. Bruno.
2.250; Scharf. 2.888, Rubin. 2,093.
The new council takes office Mas
2 Winners will retain their seat?
our years, Diefenbach will hole
office for two years.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN CIRCUIT COURT ELEVENTH
JUDICiAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
CHANCERY No 61C 4Z7A
.II.I.IAN M. TILLER
\ s.
Keulah) TILLER.
To B(eulah) <" TILL!
i i i h emu ii 'i........
11 --LU^ju unknow s
YoU a IV "I .1. f I i i' '. !
abov Mil nil b I-- I'.
:i61, with clei k .( il i >r mil
. Ill ii-- taken a- i-on ;- -i
Dated Apt :l I!.",, 1961
1. r: I.KATII I ;: V \V lerk
..;,!i b) K M LYMAN
I I : '
12-11
ISolender Will
kddress Confab;
liamians Attend
By Sp*c'.- Report
ATLANTA Sanford Solender,
bcecutive vice president of the Na-
lonal Jewish Welfare Board, will
|e principal speaker at the 15th
inference of the Southern Section
kTWB, and Armed Services Di-
^ion. third region, here Apr. 28
30, Max L. kumansky, confer-
lce chairman, announced this
ek.
|S(ilender, professional leader of
VB with a record of 25 years of
|rviee in Jewish communal work.
II keynote the conference for pro-
fsional and lay delegates from
states at a banquet Saturday,
ir. 29, at the Atlanta Jewish Com-
mit}- Center.
Theme of his address will be
lallenge of the 60's to the Es-
Jlished Patterns of Jewish Com-
pity Life," featuring a studied
jraisal of prospects for the de-
le ahead.
light representatives from the
il community will be attending
Souther Section conference.
Budd Cutler. GMJCC vice
be leading a workshop on
iff Needs Now and Within this
^ade." Center executive direc-
Efraim H. Gale will be ad-
ding a workshop on "The Cen-
and Youth." In the Armed
rices Division, Mrs. Louis Clas-
, will be chairman of a session
ted to "A New Look at the
ining of Needs in the Armed
Vices."
fon Kaplan, past president of
lenter. ill serve as chairman
u- nominating committee tor
Southern Sec! > I
Iher local delegates in attend-
will include Mr- Milton Sir-
Mrs. George A Simon. Milton
Jam and Mrs. Abraham Pens-
e conference will hear major
ewes by Lt. Gen. Paul D.
Ims. commanding general of
Third Army, and Sanford
nder, JWB executive vice
ident.
Miami Exec's
Father Passes
Samuel Gale, of Newton. Mass.,
died Monday at the age of 74. He
was the father of Efraim Gale,
executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Mr. Gale was a merchant in New-
ton, and is survived by his wife,
Mollie; two other sons, David and
Sydney; and two daughters, Mrs.
Anna Lenox and Mrs. Jeanne
Stone. He also leaves 12 grand-
children.
Services and interment were in
Newton.
children Beyer funeral Home was
n Chance Of arrangement*.
SAMUEL LESHAN
ii. of :':.!>i> sw 4 died Apr, -:.
I- came here 14 years ago from Far
K.'i'kaway. NY Surviving are hit-
wife, t......la. a dauyhte". two sisters,
a brother and four tjr Liulchtldren.
Services w-re Apr 2i in Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Douglas rd.
ALBERT BURSUK
28, of li.'ii SW 27 it., died Apr. 82.
lie c-atne here !." yearn ago from
Prooklsn and was a shipping clerk
Surviving are his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Bursuk. a brother, Mar-
tin: a sister. Rita; mi a grandfather
Services were Apr. 1". in Gordon Mi-
neral Home.
MISS J. BEATRICE GOULD
if 1900 Collins is.-.. !:-l .*.,' 20 in
1 Pond dn Lac, Wise She came her,
iv years ago and bad worked as a
legal stenographer in th- office "i
Herman M. Berk for M years, sur-
'\ivin are her mother; a brother, .!.--
pli Goldberg; and two sinters, Mrs
Sadie Miller < Mrs Kdl h Baslnow
Services and ii il *ere in Wlscons n.
MRS. EVELYN ALTMAN
i ir.. >! isi Ocean ir. Miami Beach,
died Vin -1 She is m h > IS ^ ears
.m.i from New York. Surviving are
i her husband, Carl; son, Roy; hor
parents, M' and Mrs Simon Lnch-
ii'an. two Bisters ii;i a brthe- S.-r\ -
i.. were Apr. 2.". Riverside Me-
morial Chapel, Wab : n ave.
MRS. ELIZABETH PERRIS
S4, of 100 Venruf.vIvania ave., Miami
Beach, died Apr 21 Bho came h--r--
IT yean ago from New York a' -I was
a member of He'h Tfilah Congrega-
tion. Surviving Is h.-r husbund Isi-
dore. Services were Apr. 24 in Itiver-
side Memorial Cliapel, Washington
ave.
HAROLD SIMON
"... of 9iT Nor: h Ml.ure dr., Miami
Beai Ii. 'li'-d Apr 22 He cam- hire
III sears ago FrOIR N 'rfoik, V i.. and
\sas a general contmctor He .i-
la member of Ba-yview Club sur-
vivors Include his wife, Mildred; two
[sisters, Mrs Blanche Plafeon ami
Mrs. Sylvia Kinhorn; his parents. Mr.
and Mrs Max Simon; in.i i daughter,
Mrs I'aia Friedland. Services were
Vpr. 23 In Riv rside Memorial Chapel
Norms ud) i sle
BENJAMIN LEVENTHAL
6:1, of lt*;* James ave., Miami Beach,
died Apr. 21. He came here 13 years
ago from New York It- ami was a
retired sho,' store ovv n-r Surviving
are hi- wife, Ruth, i daughter, Mrs
Carol Zion; and three sisters Sen
Ices were Apr. 2;: in Uordon Funeral
Home,
Eisenstein Files
For Council Seat
Leo Eisenstein has filed as a
candidate for Miami Beach City
Council.
"I am firmly convinced that the
only way we can bolster our falter-
ing economy is to place our tourism
promotion in the hands of a profes
sional body that will spread our
message in areas heretofore ig-
nored. That is why I am recom-
mending a Miami Beach Tourist
Authority." Eisenstein declared.
"Additionally, I am willing to
travel as a good-will ambassador
' to these areas, promoting our city,
our hotels, movls and apartments,
and our extensive convention fa-
cilities."
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PR03ATE
No. 52684
n i:;:. Ksti t- i
i H.i: Ji IRO-KN F'l >!!..- \
, k i Max i-i .!-
I iei eased
NOTICE TO CRED'TOPS
!".. All Credit md Ail P< rs -\- n iv-
ng Cla ms ^r l>emands Aga nt Said
: tale:
You are herebj not fld md requlr-
d to present anj claims m I dei i ids
which you ma) have ugulnst th
tare of Ole Jorgen Poulsei a'k M <<
Paulsen deceased late ol i >. t.- Couit-
y. fiorlda, to th- Count) Judges of
lade Count). and file tl ~-i In
their offices in the Count) Court-
house in Dade County, Florida w In
^l^riit calendar months from Che data
of the first publication hereof, or the
same will b-- barred.
LAURA INGKBORG AHRENS
Rxecutrix
MARVIN 1 WIKNKK
Attorney for Executrix
:m.: Ainste) Building
Miami 32, Florl la
4/28, is
MRS. IDA SUPERMAN
:.. of '-'' Kuclld is'- Miii'i Beai h
died Apr 21 She came here 12 years
ago from Springfield Mass Surviv-
ing ari her husband Benjamin; two
Kons, Harold and Me and two
brothers. Services were Api 24 n
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washing-
< -ii ne.
MAX ALTSCHULLER
40, of 1100 Collins is- Miami Beach
du-ii Apr 2i H- came here five years
io' from Toledo, <>..* and was b re-
tired groceryman, Surviving are his
wife. Id i. u .-..in. Joseph; two sisters,
i in-other and two grandch lid '
Services w-re Apr 2.: in Newman
l-'un.ial Itome.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'urici: IS HEREBY GIVES it
indersigned, desiring I i eng : I
business under the flctil lame i
LEK ACT'i TRIM AND CLASS tl
.."-L'".'< \ VS SStli S'treel Miai
Florida Intends to registei said i i
.s ith the Clerk ot thi i Court
of l lade 'ount) I- lorlda
JOSEPH A. !.: >SSt tFP
204." s W it'i IV
Miami, Flor d i
CHEREN A GOL-DES
Attorneys for Joseph A Leoanoff
4 28, -12-1:'
SAVUEL C GRUSHOFF
87, m 7700 HaWth >l in- n, Miami
Beai die I Apr -. He an here
eight :- eurs .i^'' I n m I el r ill and
was florlsl Survivors include his
ii... Ida -- > h were In I tetroll
with Kis era is M m 'ial Chapel In
hii ge l u
LOUIS GOLDSTEIN
::.. of s:;:.o sw 107 .-t., di-d Apr. 21
He Came here 20 sears ago from
Washington, N.J., and was a retired
merchant. Surviving are two sons
David and William Crier, four sister.-.
1 brother and five grandchildren
Services were Apr 22 in Gordon Fu-
neral Home.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Hi*- undersigned, desiring to engage i'
business under thi fictitious name oi
AIK-Fl.ii DOORS OP FLORIDA al
S399 N.w 7th Street Intefida to reg-
ister said name wph the Clark
Circuit Court o: Dade County, Florida
WIU.IA.M STl'RMAN
Sole Owner
i 28, "-12-19
GARY B. DAVID
IS. of 1420 SW tt ct died Apr. 20
He wag a .t ident at th- L'nlversitj of
Florida Surviving are hi.- parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis; : brother,
Leslie, paternal grandmother. Mis
Shirley Davis; and maternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs William Sher-
man. Service* w.-re Apr. 21 at River-
Cha
aide Memorial
I -u-;I .- rd.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under th- fictitious nan
TREASl'RE ISI.K SKI U>DOE r.t
s>;; 79th St Causeway, Miami U n
ntends I i register said name th
i :. i k of the Circuit i 'ourt >l i ide
. Count) Flor da
TREA>'I RE ISI.K MOTEL, INC
i 28, K i- 19
ISADORE M. HELLMAN
77. of 1232 Mar-- dl!e dr., Mifl
died Apr -'' He ami here sis years
ago fri iin l let roll i"d i re
fur dealei Survive le his wife,
Adelma and b son; 3er\ ces were
Apr 24 in Rivers le Memorial Chapel,
Normal d)
MRS. REBECCA HA3ERMAN
"Ci, o: IlO Collins ase., Miami Beach
li.-.| Apr 21. She Came h r. 12 s ,-a I
Ogo from New York Cits Survivors
include her daughter, Mr- Addle
Kaplan; and two son-. Morris and
I.>u Service* were Anr. ">-
side Memorial Chapel, Washington
as
DAVID B ISRAEL
fc. of 200Q NE 191 ter., No Miami
I!.- ich, died Apr .': He e l ne here
five years ago from Ne< v Sur-
viving are hi- wife, Mildred; i daugh-
ter, Mrs. Rh ida stern, a brother,
Irving Israel; i son, daughter, sis-
t,.i. isso brothers ind two grand-
MRS. LILLIAN NAOEL
f0, of SW 2 .. > d Apr. 20
Surviving are her h M >ses i
da ighter, two gran I :h Iren, two bro-
thers, and t.. slaters Services wen
Apr 21 In Riverside Memorial Chapel
I touglaa d
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\n PICK i> HEREBY GIVES thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
A A U.l.sr.vTK ..n.l A A ALL-
STATES Jll N '.: 7 if:. Btre I Mi-
ami. Florida Intends register said
] name ss ith lii" Clerk of the
of I fade County. Flo Ida
EASTERN V \\ LINES, INC
KOVNEK \ MANNHEIMER
\ 11 .>:. -\ for i Utste n Van Lii
4 28,
LOUIS SEIDERVAN
-:. ol ;!S4.'i SW 4 .- (i'e.l \p 19 He
came here '' year- ig i fr i Jackson-
ville and was a retired barb r Si r
I'ivlns are his wife ". t mr sons,
Including Emanuel md Nathan; two
brothers, Max and Harry; a sister
and five grandchildren Services
were Apr 21 in Gordon Put ral
Home
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 51997-A
IN RE: Estate >f
SHIRLEY SHELBY 8H VPIRO
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T All Creditors an i All Pers -i- Hav-
ing i':.i ms or Demands .v- n Said
Esta
v iu ire >reb) notified and reo Ir
.-.i presenl iny cl ilms and
. which you in is has- against the es-
tate -I SHIRLEY SHELBY SHAPIRO
deceased late if I >ade Count). PI
- ti\-- Count) i idges ol Dade Co
ts. and file the sane In the! i
in the Count) Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within elu'it ilen-
I i i.nth- from the dati firs
: iblli al on hereof, or the sa i e ss ..
be ba rred.
PRANK SHAPIRO
As Adm r of the 1
Sli :' S'helb) -Ii i .
PHILIP K HECKERLINO
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NOTICE BY PUBLICAT:ON
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No 61C 4133
KDKI.MIRA NELSON,
Plaintiff,
s
SCOTTY NELSi IN,
Defendunt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I SO rTTY NELSON
i residence unknow n I
You SCOTTY NELSON, ir- herel>y
notified that a Bill Complain for
i ms.Hi- has been filed Lgalns you,
and you are required to serve copy
ol sour Answer --r Pleading to 'ho
foil "i Complaint on the pu.nttti
Attorney, G1NO 1' SEGRETTI, JI0-
u Congi --.- Bui! Iin*, M iml !'J,
Florida ai I file he orig!i knswee
r I'l. ading In the ffl .~. < :ierk
..f the Circuit i 'ourt : bei -- the
ith day of Mi: 19-51 i. : .,. to
! so, j idgment b> I .s U no
taken a.: iinst >u for thi ellef le
nan led i i the BUI ... Con il ..nt.
Tin- shall ii- ii ibl nee
each week for four consei itlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FM>RIDIAN
DONE AND OROKRKIj it Miami,
I-'lot ida. this 20th da) ol \ V I).
1961
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i 'irrult > 'ourt, i -a i- Count) >rlda
is. al) B) N. A. HEWETT,
1 > puts Cl-rk
4 U 5-12-11
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR D40E
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 4139
LUCIA E. HANSGN Ml IRRIS,
Plaintiff,
s -
LEI > J MORRIS,
I '-:' n.l int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
| TO: LEO J MORRIS, Defendanl
Ii R mneme K\ en .-
Lansdownne, Pen1 s) sir. a
YOl' ARE HERRH> n i that
a BUI of Complaint for Divorce anj/
. Annulm. nt his be n (V.<-1 igainst
you and sou are required I serye a
. OP) Of > >Ur 1 '1 -SS ,.-,." | .|(;
>n plainl in"- attorne Ml LTON \.
FRIEDMAN, 111! Al ling,
Miami X2, Florida, ani file the irig-
I Inal with the Clerk of the Court on
or before the 291 u if Maj. 1941,
ludgment b) default w taken
igainst ).hi
I' vii i> this -'"'l da.' il i 1901,
it Miami. I '.ol.- County, I '
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IN THE NAISiE AND 3V THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
rO ALL Tl ss. H. M Tl -
ENTS SH \l.l. 'OME, GIJE SOS
Whereas. MILTON MILLER, MI-
AMI, FLORIDA MILI'Rt tN-
STEIN, MIAMI, FLORIDA; LN
AI.LKN MIAMI. FLORL \ i i on
the 2nd .1 i) of Ma) A I i I960 I -
to he rated under the pro
i .iml.. ..i 'i :ipter W, Flor i Stat-
utes. THAI' CKRi'i iRATV >N a
poiailon, with its print : ice of
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'Jewish Flonridlian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 17 Miami. Florida. Friday. April 28. 1961 Two Sections — Price 20' What of Jewish Community as Algeria Kettle Comes to Boil? E/ E3WJN EYTAN JTA Paris William Shalec was a eonscientious >oung man. Although he had not CO ae to deal with the Jewish community, his feelings of shod nd horror compelled him to rep rt on this tragic aspect of the 6 latio Painstakingly he wroU in 1 id: "The Jewish community is terribly oppressed. The Jews are not allowed to leave their cities without special permission, except on Wednesdays and Saturdays. All the hard and degrading work Is reserved for them. They are often hit, an; their property is looted. Sometimes they are murdered but never, whatever the circumstances may be. are I allowed I resist. Even the children maltreat them, and their life is one long succession of oppression and outrage. Indeed. I believe that the Jews of '.. • are the most miserable and unfortunate of their race." William Shaler was the American Consul in Algiers ani his port, addressed to the State Dep irtmer.t in Washington, w ..written on the eve of the French occupation over a century ago. SitT-e then, this Jewish community has undergore the fastest and most radical emancipation ever witnessed. Forty years after the French occupation in 1830, the entire Jewish community was grar-ted French nationality and equal rights with all other Frenchmen across the Mediterraroan. In less than a generation 'ley contributed scholars, soldiers, doctors ard journalists to the cultural life of the country which had lifted the heavv yoke of oppress. si from their necks. As 1961 dawned over the barren rocky hills of Kal • md the sun-drenched white cities if Algiers and Oran. anxiety, and some ti nes panic, gripped on< .• igain the 150.000 Jews of Alge i asked thi the whe !l Continued on Paje -A %  < ll. Iina |. bt COURT BECOMES CLASSROOM Witnesses Tell Terrors Of Eichmann s Deeds %  %  LESS ARROGANT TODAY PASS 7-A By Direct Te pe W re fcUSALEM—The barbaric role whicl %  Eichmann. forn' %  ita: : on trial here, played in I reeling the annihilati ion n Nazi Europe was desci Tuesday bj ut in witnesses, two ol whon mel E ihmann before World RMs Flay Federal Aid To Schools HATl BAN fcJrGfO PACE 5-A SHA LAKE, N.Y.—UTA' for President Kennedy's of federal aid to public jjJ^JJ KIAM; -Suppoi Irogram ?hools. and '.lie elimination from jch a program of government aid religious schools, was urged [ere Sunday by Rabbi Edward T. kandrow, president of the Rabbini fa] Assembly of America. Kabfi Sandrow made his state-' rent a1 the opining session ol the innual. five-day convention ol the Assembly, attended by more than mi delegates representing Conservative synagogues in the United tates and Canada. Pointing out lh.it support of the President's plan &f War ll. .. i he i is alreadj i arge o£ the Gestapo's -lev The i witnesses who faced Eichman > Dr. Benno Cohen a leader of the B rlin Jewish com munity during the rise of the Nazis. ard new a lawyer in Tel Aviv. an. Aharon Lindenstrauss, a German Zionist leader. Dr. Cohen described the develop-; I ment of Nazi anti-Jewish legisla-' 1 tion. confiscation of Jewisii prop| arty, and the mass expulsions ot Jews from Germany. He recalled the Nazi book-burning and other savage acts perpetrated by the F?.OF. SAL0 BARON ontl-Semitic system NEW YORK—(JTA>—Pn Kennedy cor.-: tulated this k on its celebration of the 13th anniversary if its independ Mr, Kennedy's message, senl to Israel's President Ben-Zvi was read |on New York City Hall U>e Stark, president o! the New York City Council, as part of New York City's official celebration 1 anniversary. S e v e n Mr. Lindenstrauss described the Berlin pogrom of 1938. He Continued on Page 10-A thousand people gathered at City Hall Plaza to participate in the ceremonies. In his message, President Kennedy said: "1 know that this 13th anniversary of Israel's independence, the year of coming of age, is of particular importance to many in Israel. The occasion serves t> highlight the remarkable progress made in the short span of Israel's JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Three strate Israel's continuing progress existence. I am greatly pleased hundred thousand spectators in armor and artillery capability, to send wishes and congratulations .... j to Your Excellency and to the watched here as Israel marked its The 40 m inute parade of military people of Israe i as we il as my own 13th anniversary with a parade ot mig u inc i U)::cd the first display of persona | regards." more than 4.000 soldiers and 23 medium Centurion tanks and 105mobile units assembled to demonmm self-propelled guns mounted Representatives of the Prores300,000 See Independence Parade Minus Air Force Indict Gestapo 'Jewish Expert' For Murder of 100,000 Poles Continued on Page 6-A | on half-tracks, the latter a device developed by Israeli engineerTwo arms of Israel's military for; c es—its jet-equipped air force and R£D SPY TALKS navy—were represented symits bolically by specially marchers in the parade. dressed FRANKFURT — (JTA) — Guenbr federal aid to public schools is ther Fuchs, the one-time "Jewish leeded because "the public schools expert" of the Gestapo in Lodz in lie a bi lwark of our democratic Nazi-occupied Poland, has been i lystem," Rabbi Sandrow declared: dieted "We should oppose the granting of federal aid as well as loans to pri\£te a"d sectarian elementary ard hign schools. The separation :f chcrch and state has [been ine raunchest safeguard Continued on Page 9-A %*^ !" • •—% 1 j responsibility in the murder of "about 100.000 Jews" In the Lodz Ghetl i The 19-year-old Gestapo official was working for the Lower Saxony Refugee Ministry when he was arrested las! May. He was indicted in Hanover. Preliminary investigation was reported underway in Munich also against Dr. Brad i'i-ch. a former Lodi Gestapo chief. on charges he headed an Einsatz Commando execution squad in the Smolensk area. Trial opened before the Kassel Jury Court against two former high-ranking police officers charged w'th complicity in the murder of 500 to 700 Jews in Sluik, White Russia, during the Nazi occupation. More than 30 witnesses will testify against former Police Colonel Frani Lecnthaler, 70, and Police Chief Csmmissar Willi Papenkort, 52. Papenkort was serving on the Essen police force when he was arrested last summer. The navy could not be represented in a land march and the air force was deliberately absent because the location of new Jerusalem and the Israeli-Jorc'an demarcation line nearby make it impossible for fast-moving jets to maneuver without a risk of Beer Says He Was Impostor TEL AVIV—(JTA)—Israel Beer, the military analyst under a here for alleged espi magi half of a Communist luntry, admitted Monday that he was m being over Jordanian air space. The route of the march had been a participant in the Spai Civil altered in deference to objections War. and tiiat he had never b of the United Nations stemming a member of the J Self from Jordan's annual charge thai 'er.se Corp.under .h i the larade was a threat to internagime of Austria. Ted e m Ueb\S fional Jeace A Security Council! Until now, he bad claim,! both Continued on Page 5-A Continued on Page 2-A •r, was arres Continued on Page 3-A SS Man Found Working in N.Y. German Center '; By Special Report I Of officials of Goethe HOuse last February and demanded an nves XEW y 0RK The America. waj !, -. Congress disclosed tnis ... „ nr A u-ned a former Nazi between AJCongress officials and SS member was working at Goethe i House, the German cultural center I in New York. He is Hans Egon i Holthusen, a writer employed as a cultural attache at the center. G • te H mse at which the Gergroup agreed to in* iti the charges. RABBI EDWARD SANDROW .. democratic bulwark The AJCongress charges wsre contained in a letter written Feb. The AJCongress said it had j 28 by Phil Baum, director of If* nightly, except Sundays, through, AJCongress Commission on International Affairs. The letter informed Samuel Reber, executive director of Goethe Houst. that AJCongress learred Holthusen had been an active member of the SS in the early days of the Hitler movement. Reber replied on Mar. 2, indicating he was unaware of this, and that he would have a "thoroivjh investigation made." Baum then met with the Ger man official, who co Eacl t!': 1 : Holthusen i I er ol the SS. b full Investi ation of Hoi \ i• record h i I n %  i Reber asl %  %  : :ime tc complete I le int i .u Germany. A date has now been nexl week at which Ret Baum will meet to re e results of the investi I



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Friday, April 28, 1961 +Jenisfi Fkridiarj Page 3-A Home for Aged Meeting Slates Sen. Smathers SEN. GEORGE SMATHERS [Jewish Expert" Is Indicted Continued from Page 1-A i near Stuttgart, on charges ol Dmplicity in the murder of about MRS. SOI SILVERMAN STEPS DOWN Sen. George A. Smathers will be special guest ol the Jewish Home lor the Aged on Sunday, 2 p.m., at Douglas Gardens. Sen. Smathers, who has been appointed a member of the Senate's special commit lee on the aged and aging, will greet the more than 1,000 persons expected to attend the Home's 16lh annual membership meeting "Our 16th annual meeting." Ju;ige Irving Cypen, president of the Home, said, "will be a gala occasion for all those interested in the Home, not only because of Sen. Smathers' participation, but also because we are paying special tribute to Mrs. Sol Silverman, who after 10 years of leadership, is relinquishing her presidency ol the Women's Auxiliary of the Home.'' According to Judge Cypen,"there is a direct relationship between Mrs. Silverman's leadership and the transformation of Douglas Gardens from a custodial institution to a specialized community for senior citizens with therapeutic and reIll WOMAN'S WORLD L(>00 inmates of the Danzig Stutthabilitative services."' f concentration camp from 1W0 To be announced aJ tne Sundav 1941 • ,. meeting is a report that architects |The observance ol a memorial g Loewenber „ o| die-ago. and Dortmund for political victims Irvin Koracn ((1 Miami nave com urdtred by the Dortmund Gestapo p|c1ed p ans for npw addilions to Good Friday in 1944 was marked hc }{ome which WI „ lde m a denunciation of the West Geraddi(ional beds in judiciary by Gerhard Jahn. ?ocial Democratic deputy in the 1st German Parliament and irman of the Parliamentary minification committee. The deputy charged that many (ges and prosecutors who had ired the Nazi judicial system ere still holding posts in West rrman courts and that many had wn they had not recanted for ^eir Nazi pasts by demonstrating liency toward right-wing movetnts in West Germany and in leir judgments of Nazi crimes bought before them. project study directed by Dr. wood and Junior Auxiliaries. Edward J. Fox. chairman of the department ol marketing of the A hl| g c tent sealing over 1,000 University oj Miami. Another major announcement by Judge Cypen will relate to t h e persons will protect the audience Sunday from possibly inclement weather. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, planning and immediate construeof Temple Emanu-KI. will give the tion of a new medical diagnostic invocation. and treatment center at Douglas ~" Gardens, being furnished by the % Hollywood Auxiliary. Also, in addition to the cooperative relationships with the University of Miami and Florida State University, the Home is now beirg requested for training of physical therapists. Dade Federal Savings JUDGE IRVING CYPEN of 225 new plans call for beds. The Greater Miami Jewish community has the lowest ratio of institutional beds per 1,000 Jewish population of all other major and In addition to the Greater Miami, Junior and Hollywood Women's Auxiliaries, a new Miami Auxiliary has come into being as a result of the leadeship of Mrs. David Phillips and Mrs. Silverman. President of the new auxiliary is Mrs. Gladys Dinitz, who becomes a member of the Home's board of directors. Dr. George Graham, chairman of the nominating committee, will submit a slate of 17 persons for election to the board, supplementing those whose terms have not expired. The following have been renominated for three year terms: Leo Allen. Col. Jacob M. Avcry. ^f LOW COST • HOME m intermediate Jewish communities Stanley M. Beckerman. Mrs. Ruth M\ A\l I N If __.-__. -. i „_J;„„ 4 Rereer. .Indue Irvine Cvnen. Mrs I lltnilVlnU except Los Angles, according to Home officials. Further aspects of Berger, Judge Irving Cypen. Mrs Frances Fntine. Melvin L. Green, Construction of the addition. Judge Cypen's report will deal with -^ rs Herman Jacobs. Iran Korach. which will launch a S500.000 drive here, is expected to begin no later than 1962. A rendering of the Home, with two floors above the Albin Memorial, will be on display. The the critical financial situation of the Home as the result of reduced allocations from Federation and the United Fund and the preliminary findings of our apartment house Dade Heights Has Varied Activities Adult education group of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will discuss "The Book of Job" on Tuesday. Class in elementary Hebrew will be held Wednesday. MILDEW CONTROL MILDEW PROOFING With Permochem or Go* Treotment Only TRULY NOLEJV Services filves You DOIBLE PROTECTION Don't Let — • Mildew • Mold • Fungi • Bugs Walls Drapes Rugs Furnishings While your HOME IS CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER REGULAR INSPEC TIONS W hile You Are Aw oy The Cost is Less Than You Think FREE ESTIMATES-NO OBLIGATION JE 1-3444 FR 7-1411 TRULY NOLEN INC. Dr. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Sam Rei-nick, Mrs. Sam Server. Mrs. Sol Silverman and Dr. .U ss Spirer. The only new nominee on the slate for a three year term is Louis Bresler. In addition to Judge Cypen. the officers of the home are Mrs. lsiMen's Club ol Dade Heights will dore Cohen, founder; Judge Harold hold its Lag B.Omer picnic for HeB. Spaet. honorary president. Col. brew and Sunday school classes on Jacob M. Arvey. David B. Fleeman. Sunday. May 7. at Greynolds Park. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. David Mother's Day Mght Club affair Phillips and Julian We.nkle. vice on Saturday night. May 13. will presiden feature a floor show and dancing. 'm Whether you plan to buy. build, i remodel or refinance Stanley M. Beckerman. treasurer: Sam He-nick, financial Mrs. Eernie Phillips and Mrs. Harsecretary; Mrs. Sol Silverman. COT vcv Duke are in charge of reservaresponding secretary: and Mrs Lawrence Silverman. recording tions Rabbi Max Zucker and Cantor Emanuel Mandel will officiate at 'he congregation's donor luncheon at the Carillon hotel on Sunday v.he:! special awards will be i resented lo Viesdames Alvin Stern, Harvey Duke. Hernie Phillips. Meyer Lew and Bert Levy. secretary. Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman an.' MrLouis Cole are presidents, respectively, ol the Holly-j '• %  • %  ^]j" '"i-iSee a T 1-Dade Federal Mortgage Loan Consultant. 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tiday. April 28. 1961 *Jatfaft ncridUann Page 5-B Hadassah Chapters Plan Participation In Regional Gathering in W. Palm Beach on the U.S. Sen. George Smathers of cal achievements will MI Florida, member of the Senate question-and-answer panel foreign Relations Committee, will! Moving Day. June 6. is the daUi ie guest ol hohor at a banquet Sun-' -et for the transfer of al'l patients lay evening, May 7. at the Pennsylfrom widely scattered medical ania hotel. West Palm Beach. units in Israel to the ncwly-com His topic, "Our .Nation's Foreign Pleted, ultra modern Hadassah-HePolicy in the .Middle East." will brew University Medical (enter in formally open the annual threeE 'i Keren), just west ol Jorusa day conference of ihe Florida rec m gion of Hadassah. slated May 7 to A fund-raising workshop will be d. Delegates from every section of conducted by Mrs Oscar Sindell. Florida and Puerto Rico will partiMiami Beach, regional vie. dpate. %  lent, and will include Hie fol Mrs. Stanley Weinsicr. president local participants: '1 the Florida presi low ing F:cm bottom to top, Mrs. Louis Lemberq, Mrs. William Weinftiaub and Mis. H. B. Leschel admire three oi the many hats ich Jordan Marsh will show on May S at the Cedars oi anon Hospital Women's Auxiliary luncheon. Life Guards and new oiiicers and board members will be installed at I the Seville hotel affair. !at Parade to Feature Officers' Tribute t Cedars of Lebanon Party on May 9 .. officers, board members. iuardians and summer hats %  reveah • on May <) at a t~ crrj %  ii1 Eleven" party and • vt n by the Women's \ > %  ,'f Cedars of Lebanon at the Seville hotel. irmen Ol the luncheon are • lliam Weintraub and Mrs. j %  i • iberg. • 600 women will attend the .. ati n ol new officers and \i. %  %  mbers, followed bj a e hospital's Legion of %  < ;ans. the first loo wornIn who havi i mtributed S300 or i i • Women's Division oi s development fund. I s and these of future iians will be inscribed in nint Book of Healing in •; %  > Of the hospital .is .. till) r generosity. slurry • at Eleven" partj 'Candy Stripers' invited to Sinai rls v. ho would like to Stripers." soi.... is< %  i the candj forms Ihej we ir i bers of the Worn: Mt. Sinai Hospi• ite li nual open -<• 10:30 a.m., in the Woltson Auditorium. at si rves to initiate the i ason activities Ol the : will include orientation progi am in which "Candy %  rve in many areas oi -: Ital There will also be a lh< hospital. • from girls in the • I. or 12th grad< s will be • Marvin Silvers, director of %  : at the auxiliary office, ri > ol information. ['fleering 20'%' Their Theme •_ 20's" will be the theme io her's day social of the will be held in honor oi the Life Guardians Terrj Haven and .lack De Leon, stars oi the nightclub re-, view. "Caught in the Act," will entertaii Installation ol new officers and board m< i bers will take place Reelected president of the Auxiliary was Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin Vice nts are Mrs. Harry Markowitz ai i Mrs Ted Lotterman. wh l( Mrs, Jacob Colsk) Mrs | ... r • tren and Mrs M E. Glasser will serve as secretaries. Freasurer will be Mrs Bernard Y er, and parliamentarian will i • Mrs. B F. Breslauer. Jordan Marsh will stage the mil linery parade of summer chapeaux. Original millinery creations, never shown before in Miami, will be modeled bj Auxiliary members Mis. H. B, Leschel, who will modem th< si 0W, reports that the parade Will include sheers, or candies, chiffons, flowers, horsehair braids, big brims, baby dolls, and hats. summi r occasion, phe n< v.i-i colors ol geranium pink ind rus tones ol yellow • • will be featured. The p; 5 been titled Y. u Go to i -•-'" \ AI oi JorMars tyles y Mr. John. Schiapan i m Dior, Fra rinin, u some I his ow n ere ations will bt shown. Board ol din ctors being install-, i ,i a re Mesi es 1 awrence Adler. Abe Aronovitz, .Sidney Aronovitz, Morris Blau. Norman Brown. AI Glasser, Frank (ole. Irene Fink. Jerome I and Norman Gladsd< n. Also en the board are Mesdames llany Gordon, Henry Green, H Hoffman Groskloss, Morton Ha! pern. Da> Hyman Kaplan Louis : i ml • %  '%  Herschel Leschel. Doris Man : is and Robert Nar lone. Other board members being in stalled at th< affair are Mesdames Max Pepper, David Ritas. Rogers, R< : %  i region, will deliver 'he welcoming address. Advisor to the conference. Mrs. Ezra Shapiro, of the national board of Halassah, has just returned from her eighth visit to Israel, and will! bring ;. report on -Israel and the' World Zionist Scene." A contingent of over 200 women trom Miami and Miami Beach will be Ie I %  y the local incoming presidents. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Miami, and Vfiss Lillian Goodman, Miami "each, with the outgoing presilents, Mrs Louis Goldman and Mrs. Fred Jonas, acting in an ad.s(is capacity to their respective chapters For delegates who cannot remain for the three day sessions. the proceedings on Sunday will constitue a capsule conference, and will include a symposium on the new Medical Center, presided over by Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, Mill coordinator !>>r the region. Three local physicians who have visited Israel and studied Us modiMRS. JACK GERSON Acad. Women's Donor Luncheon 1 •• .•ell Temple, Pythian Sisters Ramagli, Raymond Rubin. Samu dnesday evening at Pythian j. Sapiro, Robert Schwartz, Sa W. Fiagler st. Mrs. imenthal is entertainment SOLDERERS Seitlin, Spector, Wayne Kochkind. Sal Samuel in William Shaver. Julius ,1 Stuzin, Sain Shal for, Phillip Warshaw, Weintraub, Jerry Weiss, Werner. Fred Witkolf. Zaydon and Doran Zinner. William Robi it Thomas I 'oenenced with use of Copper Irons on light Gouge Metals. Inside Work. Call NA 1-7525 PRACTICAL NURSE Will DO BABY-SITTING ANY TIME. REFERENCES. Rabbi Labovitz is Host HI 6-9022 '•Still Small Voice," television program sponsored by the Rabbim cal Assn oi Greater Miami, be hosted by Rabbi F.ugene 1 vitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tarn in. on Sunday, 10 am.. over WCKT ch. 7. Guests will be Rabbi Harold Richter and students trom the University of Miami. Topicwill be The Younger Generation Looks at Judaism." Hebrew Academy Women will hold a donor, spring luncheon and garden party at the home ol Mr. and Mrs Leonard Hosen. 10010 W. Broadview dr., Bay Harbor Island on Wednesday, May io. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of the Hebrew Academy Women, announced. The bullet luncheon will he held on the patio and lawn of Ihe Rosen home, overlooking Biscayne Bay, in a decor setting ol blue and H hit'' All members bringing in $50 for .he forthcoming Souvenir Journal are invited as guests ol the organization. Mis. Jack Gerson is chairman of the donor. Co-chairmen are Mesdames Jack Buclis baum. Sheldon Pea IT. William Goldstein. Louis Pollack and Abraham Steinberg. Mis Gerson said that an afternoon of entertainment and prizes are in store for the 200 women wi "|pected to attend, a boMrs. Harold Abbott. Mrs. Her nard Kramarsky, Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, Miami; and Mesdames Nat Barth, Barnel Beckerman Jack Davis. Albert Hauer. Henry Hersh, Baruch Siegel, Philip Thau, and Isiclor Yaslow. Miami Beach. Monday will highlight a discus vion ol Hadassah s program, with Mrs. Avner Lewis, of Orlando. Mrs. Lawrence Leviton and .Mrs William Dreier, of Palm Beach. A non-quota fund-raising session will follow, with Mrs Morris Alpert. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Clifford Green, Tampa. Mrs. Samuel z. Sakrais, Miami Beach, regional leadership training and organization coordinator, will conduct a seminar for officers and chairmen, with special emphasis on informed public speaking. Her teammates are .Mi's Bernard Marder, Mrs. Handshu, Miami; Mrs. Henry W. Wernick. Miami Beach; and Mr. Watson Duncan ill. professor ol English and Speech at Palm Leach Junior Col lege. Monday evening's bullet supper will feature youth activities, with Mrs. Gerald 1' Soil/. Miami, regional chairman, officiating. On her agenda will be an Israeli promam, with boyand girls depicting the dan< i mgs "i Israel. On Monday evening, the scene will shift to the Palm Peach Playhouse to accomodate t h e large number of people expected (o listen to I. L. Kenen. ol Washington. DC. His subject is "New Directions in Zionism." Kenen is executive director oi the committee lor public affairs and a member ol the American Zionist 'li:! i.! Following Ihe meeting, the Palm Beach count) chapter will b< hosl Io delegates at an informal pal At the coin..'.. < ruesMrs. Sanford Jacobson, Mi ami Beach II %  %  ern approach I Ji wish survival, and at thi will launch Hadassi 'i Bible study course, Cl I u %  luncheon v ,n k %  be VIi s irw in Li -. founder >pri sident ol Miami hapter, and presently membership vice president of the Florida region. All phases ol membership efforts will i be reviewed and analyzed during ti. workshop, on her committee are Mrs. Norman chasm. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Miami; and Mrs Maurice Calm, Mrs Oscar Sindell, Miami Beach. Tuesday afternoon, the summation ol the conference, stressing the achievements ol the past ami plans lor the future, will be given by Mrs, Ezra Shapiro, of Cleveland, national advisor Installation and a musical pro-ram will close the conference. Mrs Samuel /.. Sakrais. immediate past president of Ihe region, will induct Ihe newly elected officers and chairmen. Reservations are still open for Sunday and for the three-day stay, and may be made by contacting Mis \la\ Sokoloff, Miami, and Mrs Frances Fntine. Miami Beach. MRS. MILTON R. BLUM Mrs. Blum Will Tcke Office Mrs Milton R. Blum, newly-clocld presi lent ol the Shore Unit, C inter Institute of Miami, will accept In gavel from retiring presidenl, Mrs Henrj Gewitz, at an installation luncheon Monday at the Lido spa. Mrs. Blum, wife of Col. Milton R. Blum, recently retired from the [ S. Army, has been active in women's clubs around the world, h IVing been instrumental in establishing contacts between Japanese and American Women's Clubs in Tokyo. She has also held offices in the German-American Women's cit bs in Heidelberg and Stuttgart, served is president ol 1 h e First Army Women's Club ol New York, and he Adjutant General's Wives Assn. ni Washington, DC. Col. and Mis. Blum have repred the i S on numerous social and diplomatic occasions both in this country and abroad. They live with their three children at :>s:,l No. bay rd., Miami Beach. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, installing officer, will also induct Mesdames Joseph Schessel, Sam Garfunkel and Paul Allen, vice presidents; Moe Blitz, treasurer; Jacob Rlfkin, financial secretary; Maxwell Hyman, recording secretary; Sydell Levine, Dan Levine and Harry ;;< senfcld, corresponding secre ai %  :. -. and Henry Gewitz, chaplain and parliamentarian New mem ,. : ihe board will lie installed bj v Sidney. Raff el. of on ex Chicago Club Meeting Slated Chicago Club of Creator Miami Will meet Sunday evening at the Deauville hotel for annual election of officers and board of directors. CapfGardner To be Speaker Cap! Lei l lardner, manager i Israel El AI Airlines office ii Beach will be guest speaker m a special program in honor oi the Bar Mitzvah year of Israel on Tuesday evening at the Israelite Center. Balfouria Gilad, Yemenite singer, will offer a group of traditional songs Irving Sperling and Max A. Rainess are co-chairmen lor the evening. Fabulous 40V Gala Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hmimelfarb, "i the Men's cinb and Sisterhood ol (oral Way Jewish Center, will be co-chairmen of a "Fabulous los'' gala Saturday night at Die Coral Way Jewish Center The jointly-sponsored fund-raising ; %  !fair will feature a review in pantomime and -onus and dances recalling Ihe names, music and songs of the 1940s. 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Friday, April 28. 1961 %  *• Jen I s t fkrirffon Paqe 11-8 B'nai B'rith Units In Joint Affair Combined installation of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women and Men will take place on Sunday | evening-at Miami Springs Vrtra*. Sam Nieberg. of Miami, outgoing Florida president of B'nai B'rith, will install the following officers: For chapter: Mosdames Irving Tilatlin. president: Jack Sternstein, Irving Langer, vice presidents; Al Bass, treasurer; Sidney Suss, auditor Mosdames Arthur Bassman. corre-ponding secretary; Moe Finegold, recording secretary; Sam Kurland, counselor. For lodge: Jerome Robinson, president; Sidney Sanders, Harry Kerns, Leo Steinmar., vice presidents; Sam Kratish, treasurer; Sol Bodian, corresponding secretary; Fllis Sames, recording secretary; Arthur Paddor, counselor. Guest speaker will be State Sen. %  W. C. Herrell. Mrs. Jack SternIstein and Arthur Paddor are cofchairmen of the evening. Leo Steinman will be master of cereImonies. %  •>*'*£•' ..' 1 s .„•" 9 i '_ T^^Mttj^^^^^M ^V *M^rmtt 'M^t W&m i Happy things occur when four U.S. sailors, led by Glenn Ford and Donald O'Connor, take over a geisha house in "Cry for Happy." The comedy, in color, co-stars Miiko Taka and Miyoshi Umeki, and opens Tuesday, May 2, at Wometco's Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. Diefenbach Wins In No. Miami Bch. North Miami Beach Mayor Dar Diefenbach was successful Tues day in his bid for reelection Ii a runoff against" A.M. Kaplan, Die fenbach won with a margin of 41V votes—2.846 to 2,429. In the three council races. Bernard Berman beat Joe Moffat. James Reardon was successful over Louis Bruno, and Erwin Scharf outpointed Ellis Rubin Tallies were Berman. 2.560. Moffat. 2,520; Rearcon. 2.677. Bruno. 2.250; Scharf. 2.888, Rubin. 2,093. The new council takes office Mas 2 Winners will retain their seat? our years, Diefenbach will hole office for two years. LEGAL NOTICE IN CIRCUIT COURT ELEVENTH JUDICiAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA CHANCERY No 61C 4Z7A .II.I.IAN M. TILLER \ s. Keulah) '• TILLER. To B(eulah) <" TILL! i i i H emu ii 'i........ 1 1 --LU^ju • %  unknow %  s YoU a IV "I .1. f I • • • i i' % %  '• %  % % %  !• • • abov • Mil nil ••! b I-' I'. :i61, with clei k %  ( il i >r mil Ill ii-taken ai on ; %  •-i Dated Apt :l I!.",, 1961 1. r: I.KATII I ;: V \V lerk ..•;,!i b) K M LYMAN I I •: • •12-11 ISolender Will kddress Confab; liamians Attend By Sp*c'.Report ATLANTA — Sanford Solender, bcecutive vice president of the Nalonal Jewish Welfare Board, will |e principal speaker at the 15th inference of the Southern Section kTWB, and Armed Services Di^ion. third region, here Apr. 28 30, Max L. kumansky, conferlce chairman, announced this •ek. |S(ilender, professional leader of VB with a record of 25 years of |rviee in Jewish communal work. II keynote the conference for profsional and lay delegates from states at a banquet Saturday, ir. 29, at the Atlanta Jewish Commit}Center. Theme of his address will be lallenge of the 60's to the EsJlished Patterns of Jewish Compity Life," featuring a studied jraisal of prospects for the dele ahead. light representatives from the il community will be attending Souther Section conference. Budd Cutler. GMJCC vice be leading a workshop on iff Needs Now and Within this ^ade." Center executive direcEfraim H. Gale will be adding a workshop on "The Cenand Youth." In the Armed rices Division, Mrs. Louis Clas, will be chairman of a session ted to "A New Look at the ining of Needs in the Armed Vices." fon Kaplan, past president of lenter. ill serve as chairman unominating committee tor Southern Sec! > I Iher local delegates in attendwill include MrMilton SirMrs. George A Simon. Milton Jam and Mrs. Abraham Pense conference will hear major ewes by Lt. Gen. Paul D. Ims. commanding general of Third Army, and Sanford nder, JWB executive vice ident. Miami Exec's Father Passes Samuel Gale, of Newton. Mass., died Monday at the age of 74. He was the father of Efraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Mr. Gale was a merchant in Newton, and is survived by his wife, Mollie; two other sons, David and Sydney; and two daughters, Mrs. Anna Lenox and Mrs. Jeanne Stone. He also leaves 12 grandchildren. Services and interment were in Newton. children Beyer funeral Home was n Chance Of arrangement*. SAMUEL LESHAN ii. of :':.!>i> sw 4 died Apr, %  -•:•. Icame here 14 years ago from Far K.'i'kaway. NY Surviving are hitwife, t la. a dauyhte". two sisters, a brother and four tjr Liulchtldren. Services w-re Apr 2i in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Douglas rd. ALBERT BURSUK 28, of li.'ii SW 27 it., died Apr. 82. lie c-atne here !." %  yearn ago from Prooklsn and was a shipping clerk Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bursuk. a brother, Martin: a sister. Rita; mi a grandfather Services were Apr. 1". in Gordon Mineral Home. MISS J. BEATRICE GOULD %  if 1900 Collins is.-.. !:-l .*.,'• 20 in 1 Pond dn Lac, Wise She came her, iv years ago and bad worked as a legal stenographer in thoffice "i Herman M. Berk for M years, sur'\ivin are her mother; a brother, .!••.-• %  pli Goldberg; and two sinters, Mrs Sadie Miller %  %  < Mrs Kdl h Baslnow Services and ii il *ere in Wlscons n. MRS. EVELYN ALTMAN i ir.. %  >! ISI Ocean ir. Miami Beach, died Vin -1 She is m %  h %  ••> IS ^ ears .m.i from New York. Surviving are i her husband, Carl; son, Roy; hor parents, M' and Mrs Simon Lnchii'an. two Bisters ii;i a brtheS.-r\ i.. were Apr. 2.". Riverside Memorial Chapel, Wa b • :• n ave. MRS. ELIZABETH PERRIS S4, of 100 Venruf.vIvania ave., Miami Beach, died Apr 21 Bho came h--r-IT yean ago from New York a' -I was a member of He'h Tfilah Congregation. Surviving Is h.-r husbund Isidore. Services were Apr. 24 in Itiverside Memorial Cliapel, Washington ave. HAROLD SIMON "... of 9iT Nor: h Ml.ure dr., Miami Beai Ii. 'li'-d Apr 22 He camhire III sears ago FrOIR N 'rf oik, V i.. and \sas a general contmctor He .ila member of Ba-yview Club survivors Include his wife, Mildred; two [sisters, Mrs Blanche Plafeon ami Mrs. Sylvia Kinhorn; his parents. Mr. and Mrs Max Simon; in.i i daughter, Mrs I'aia Friedland. Services were Vpr. 23 In Riv rside Memorial Chapel Norms ud) i sle BENJAMIN LEVENTHAL 6:1, of lt *;* James ave., Miami Beach, died Apr. 21. He came here 13 years ago from New York Itami was a retired sho,' store ovv n-r Surviving are hiwife, Ruth, i daughter, Mrs Carol Zion; and three sisters Sen • Ices were Apr. 2;: in Uordon Funeral Home, Eisenstein Files For Council Seat Leo Eisenstein has filed as a candidate for Miami Beach City Council. "I am firmly convinced that the only way we can bolster our faltering economy is to place our tourism promotion in the hands of a profes sional body that will spread our message in areas heretofore ignored. That is why I am recommending a Miami Beach Tourist Authority." Eisenstein declared. "Additionally, I am willing to travel as a good-will ambassador to these areas, promoting our city, our hotels, movls and apartments, and our extensive convention facilities." LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PR03ATE No. 52684 N i:;:. Ksti ti i H.i: Ji IRO-KN F'l >!!..\ ,• k i Max I-I .!• I iei eased NOTICE TO CRED'TOPS !".. All Credit • md Ail P< rs -\n ivng Cla ms ^r l>emands Aga nt Said : tale: You are herebj not fld md requlr%  d to present anj claims m I dei i ids which you ma) have ugulnst th tare of Ole Jorgen Poulsei a'k M << Paulsen deceased late ol i > %  t.Couity. fiorlda, to thCount) Judges of lade Count). and file tl ~-i In their offices in the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida w In ^l^riit calendar months from Che data of the first publication hereof, or the same will b-barred. LAURA INGKBORG AHRENS Rxecutrix MARVIN 1 WIKNKK Attorney for Executrix :M.: Ainste) Building Miami 32, Florl la 4/28, is MRS. IDA SUPERMAN :.. of '-•''• Kuclld %  is'Miii'i Beai h died Apr 21 She came here 12 years ago from Springfield Mass Surviving ari her husband Benjamin; two Kons, Harold and Me • and two brothers. Services were Api 24 n Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washing< -ii ne. MAX ALTSCHULLER 40, of 1100 Collins isMiami Beach du-ii Apr 2i Hcame here five years io' from Toledo, <>..* and was B retired groceryman, Surviving are his wife. Id i. u .-..in. Joseph; two sisters, i in-other and two grandch lid '• %  Services w-re Apr 2.: in Newman l-'un.ial Itome. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'urici: IS HEREBY GIVES it indersigned, desiring I i eng • : I business under the flctil lame i LEK ACT'i TRIM AND CLASS tl .•."•-L'". % %  < \ VS SStli S'treel Miai Florida Intends to registei said i i .s ith the Clerk ot thi i Court of l lade • 'ount) Ilorlda JOSEPH A. !.•: %  >SSt tFP 204." s W it'i IV Miami, Flor d i CHEREN A GOL-DES Attorneys for Joseph A Leoanoff 4 28, %  -12-1:' SAVUEL C GRUSHOFF 87, m 7700 HaWth >l inn, Miami Beai die I Apr -. He an • %  here eight :eurs .i^'' I n m I el r ill and was .• florlsl Survivors include his ii... Ida -%  %  > H were In I tetroll with Kis era is M m • 'ial Chapel In • hii • ge l u %  LOUIS GOLDSTEIN ::.. of s:;:.o sw 107 .-t., di-d Apr. 21 He Came here 20 sears ago from Washington, N.J., and was a retired merchant. Surviving are two sons David and William Crier, four sister.-. 1 brother and five grandchildren Services were Apr 22 in Gordon Funeral Home. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi*undersigned, desiring to engage i' business under thi fictitious name oi AIK-Fl.ii DOORS OP FLORIDA al S399 N.w 7th Street Intefida to register said name wph the Clark Circuit Court o: Dade County, Florida WIU.IA.M STl'RMAN Sole Owner i 28, "-12-19 GARY B. DAVID IS. of 1420 SW tt ct died Apr. 20 He wag a .t ident at thL'nlversitj of Florida Surviving are hi.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis; :• brother, Leslie, paternal grandmother. Mis Shirley Davis; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs William Sherman. Service* w.-re Apr. 21 at RiverCha aide Memorial I • -u-;I .rd. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under thfictitious nan TREASl'RE ISI.K SKI U>DOE r.t s>;; 79th St Causeway, Miami U n ntends I i register said name th i %  :. i k of the Circuit i 'ourt >l i • ide Count) Flor da TREA>'I RE ISI.K MOTEL, INC i 28, K i19 ISADORE M. HELLMAN 77. of 1232 Mar-dl!e dr., Mifl died Apr -'' He ami here sis years ago fri iin l let roll i"d • %  i re fur dealei Survive le his wife, Adelma and B son; 3er\ ces were Apr 24 in Rivers le Memorial Chapel, Normal d) %  • MRS. REBECCA HA3ERMAN "Ci, o: IlO Collins ase., Miami Beach • li.-.| Apr 21. She Came h r. 12 s ,-a I Ogo from New York Cits Survivors include her daughter, MrAddle Kaplan; and two son-. Morris and I.>u Service* were Anr. •• ">•side Memorial Chapel, Washington as • %  DAVID B ISRAEL fc. of 200Q NE 191 ter., No Miami I!.ich, died Apr .': He e L ne here five years ago from Ne< v Surviving are hiwife, Mildred; i daughter, Mrs. Rh ida stern, a brother, Irving Israel; i son, daughter, sist,.i. isso brothers ind two grandMRS. LILLIAN NAOEL f0, of • %  SW 2 .. > d Apr. 20 Surviving are her h M >ses i da ighter, two gran I :h Iren, two brothers, and t.. slaters Services wen Apr 21 In Riverside Memorial Chapel I touglaa d NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \n PICK i> HEREBY GIVES thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol A A U.l.sr.vTK ..n.l A A ALLSTATES '• Jll N '.: 7 if:. Btre I Miami. Florida Intends !• %  register said ] name ss ith lii" Clerk of the • of I fade County. Flo Ida EASTERN V \\ LINES, INC KOVNEK \ MANNHEIMER \ 11 .>•:•. %  -\ for i Utste n Van Lii 4 28, LOUIS SEIDERVAN %  :. ol ;!S4.'i SW 4 .-• (i'e.l \p 19 He came here •' %  yearig i fr i Jacksonville and was a retired barb r Si r I'ivlns are his wife ". %  -• t mr sons, Including Emanuel md Nathan; two brothers, Max and Harry; a sister and five grandchildren Services were Apr 21 in Gordon Put ral Home *^ I -V PER ANNUM Current Dividend Rate ON SAVINGS EXCEED 165 wiv* IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 51997-A IN RE: Estate >f SHIRLEY SHELBY 8H VPIRO NOTICE TO CREDITORS T %  All Creditors an i All Pers iHaving i':.i ms or Demands .v%  n Said Esta %  v iu ire >reb) notified and reo Ir .-.i • presenl iny cl ilms and which you in is hasagainst the estate -I SHIRLEY SHELBY SHAPIRO deceased late if I >ade Count). PI ti\-Count) i idges ol Dade Co ts. and file the sane In the! i in the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within elu'it ilenI i i.nthfrom the dati firs : %  iblli al on hereof, or the sa i e ss .. be ba rred. PRANK SHAPIRO As Adm r of the 1 Sli %  : % %  ••' S'helb) -Ii i % %  PHILIP K HECKERLINO \. ne) DuPot Building Mlnm i NOTICE LMDiR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni >i' %  • : %  : .s v urVEN | %  [ • NOTICE BY PUBLICAT:ON IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No 61C 4133 KDKI.MIRA NELSON, Plaintiff, s %  SCOTTY NELSi IN, Defendunt SUIT FOR DIVORCE I • • SO rTTY NELSON i residence unknow n I You SCOTTY NELSON, irherel>y notified that a Bill •• %  Complain for i MS. Hihas been filed Lgalns you, and you are required to serve %  copy ol sour Answer --r Pleading to 'ho foil "i Complaint on the pu.nttti %  Attorney, G1NO 1' SEGRETTI, JI0•u Congi --.Bui! Iin*, M iml !'J, Florida ai I file he orig i knswee • •r I'l. ading In the ffl %  .•~. %  < :ierk ..f the Circuit i 'ourt % % % %  %  : %  bei •-the ith day of Mi: 19-51 i. : .,. to !•• so, j idgment b> I .s U no taken a.: iinst >u for thi ellef le nan led i i the BUI ... Con il ..nt. Tin%  %  • shall iiii ibl %  nee each week for four consei itlve weeks in THE JEWISH FM>RIDIAN DONE AND OROKRKIJ it Miami, I-'lot ida. this 20th da) ol \ V I). 1961 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i 'irrult > 'ourt, i -a iCount) %  • >rlda is. al) B) N. A. HEWETT, 1 >• puts Cl-rk 4 U 5-12-11 IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR D40E COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 4139 LUCIA E. HANSGN Ml IRRIS, Plaintiff, s LEI > J MORRIS, I '%  :'• n.l int. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION | TO: LEO J MORRIS, Defendanl Ii R mneme !•• K\ en .Lansdownne, Pen 1 s) sir. a YOl' ARE HERRH> n i that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce anj/ .• %  Annulm. nt his be n (V.<1 igainst you and sou are required I %  serye a OP) Of > >Ur 1 '1 -SS ,.-,." | .|(; >n plainl in"attorne Ml LTON \. FRIEDMAN, 111! Al ling, Miami X2, Florida, ani file the irigI Inal with the Clerk of the Court on or before the 291 u if Maj. 1941, • ludgment b) default w •taken igainst ) HI I' vii i> this -'"'l da.' il i • 1901, it Miami. I '.ol.County, I K i: LEATHERMAN, i t Court. Da<>e < • %  • F u • la I seal) B) K M LYMAN, Oeput) '!< MILTl >N A FRIEDM \\ \l t. ri • 1 I A I:. i • M ami 32, %  i 5-12 II CERTIFICATE OW CORPORATE Q.SSOLUTION IN THE NAISiE AND 3 V THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA rO ALL Tl ss. H. M Tl ENTS SH \l.l. 'OME, GIJE SOS Whereas. MILTON MILLER, MIAMI, FLORIDA MILI'Rt tNSTEIN, MIAMI, FLORIDA; LN AI.LKN MIAMI. FLORL \ i i on the 2nd .1 i) of Ma) A I i I960 I to he rated under the pro i .iml.. ..i %  'i :ipter •' W, Flor i Statutes. THAI' CKRi'i iRATV >N a poiailon, with its print : ice of lithilness at MIAMI, OAPE COUNTY, n th>':ate of Fl rida d I' %  is the stu kh ild-l's ol P >:i did on ,thi da) ••• • • m stuse to % % %  • '• Fflce •f the Si %  S ,I if Kii.i in ,' ,i f all •• ckttoldere under i %  %  p oi %  %  *a d hapter •• • .i i -• iwiagthi %  i ition. Wow, thei .ir of Stati ig ptd • %  thai the req been In %  IN w \ i ,. ,. %  v. : 'the -• •. 1 ^Jii-'' ~ :i •



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Page 12-A **Jenist nor id/Han Friday. April 28, 1961 S. Florida Fetes Hebrew U. Birthday DR. PAUL VIETH South Florida Jewry will celebrate the 36th anniversary of the founding of Ihe Hebrew University o( Jerusalem with a series ol events beginning Friday night and ending Monday. Central theme ol the commemoration will be "Solar Enerj Israel's New Frontier." Dr. Harry Z\ i Tabor, one of l> ...Is foremost scientists and a leading authority on solar energy, will arrive here Friday after delivering a major paper at the National Academy oi Science in Washington, D.C., on solar energy. He is the head of the State of Israel's solar energy research program, and also directs the Hebrew University solar energy research project. Dr. Tabor will deliver a sermon at Temple Beth American Jewish Committee Slates Yale Professor at Panel Program Here On .Monday evening, at the Dut int Plaza hotel, the Greater Miami chapter. American Jewish Committee, will feature Dr. Paul I Vieth. professor of Christian miture at the Vale School ol Divinit. Dr. Vieth. head of the faculty committee which supervised res arch for the "Yale study" to dei rniine the degree of bias in Protestant textbooks, will discuss the Church classroom as a possible breeding ground for negative intergroup attitudes. The findings of the Yale University project were recently popularized in a Look magazine article by Bishop James A Pike. All Jewry in the Miami area are invited to the program, which will s art at 8 p.m. Mrs. Jerome Hofmaycr. member oi the communal affairs committee, is in charge oi arrangements. Dr. Vieth's remarks will be discussed by a panel consisting of: Lee Mindlin, editor. The Jewish -loridian; Dr. Marcia Klein, psychiatrist; Louis Schwartiman, director of the Bureau of Jewish education. Aarcn A. Foosaner, Miami attorney and member of the communal affairs committee REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale £ Retail ISRAELI GIFTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 of the American Jewish Committee, will moderate. In addition, the audience will have the opportunity to discuss the problems and ideas presented by the guest speaker and the panel. The textbook survey, one of the most thorough of its kind, covering over 120.000 units taken from Protestant religious school curricula materials, is one in a .series of studies conceived by the American Jewish Committee and financed by Foundation funds. The other studies are at St. Louis University, which is engaged in an examination of Catholic parochial school materials, and Dropsie College, which is surveying textbooks used in Jewish religious classrooms. Dr. John Haldeman. president of the Council ol Churches, and David Fleeman. president of the Miami American Jewish Committee. have jointly arranged for Dr. Vieth to meet with the clergy of the three major faiths, religious school directors, superintendents of Sunday schools, leaders of religious organizations, and educators from Harry College and the University of Miami. MR. AND MRS. CHARKOWSKY Sholom in Miami Beach in the evening. Saturday morning, he will speak at Temple Monorail. The two con gregational appearances will highlight "Hebrew University Sabbath." Officially proclaimed by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. at a meeting earlier this month. University of Miami faculty and students will hear Dr. Tabor Monday. 4 p.m., when he addresses Ihe "Physics Colloqium" of the university. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president, arranged the appearance. Sunday night, Dr. Tabor will nice; with key leaders of the Jewish community at a supper party at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, The Miami Beach couple has contributed more than $300,000 to the Hebrew University, which opened in April. 1925. at historic ceremonies presided over by Lord Ballour Michael M. Nisselson, newlynamed executive vice president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, also is scheduled to arrive in Miami Friday afternoon. He will attend all the sessions with Dr. Tabor, and will be flying here from Madison, Wise, where he was scheduled to address the University of Wisconsin on Thursday morning. OR. TABOR While here. Nisselson will confer with local leaders about the start of a $500,000 campaign in South Florida The program, according to Charcowsky. will be a major unit of the nationwide effort to raise $12,000,000 to complete the construction and equipment of the new campus at Givat Ram. a Jerusalem suburb. 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Pcge 4-A 'Jeni§lh Fhrkttan Friday, April 23, \%\ %  ...ili'.il.l 'ill : 'Ml I.JIM -ejewiisjh Flloridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-46C5 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 pi u-w h i" i I'IILIIKI .! • %  • n !" %  das %  %  r hv T ... ., r. .-.,.. Pa d M > taml, Florida. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor end Publisher LEC MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 42861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel KAY U. BINDER Correspondent !3fh Anniversary Parade Ti-.e 13th anniversary observance of the Stale of Israel c:.I on the oc leds a vi< ari i tent. he'd th force ; ation as c xample ... %  .'.• Uingness to cooperate — although Jordan has been no less guilty cf violations on same score. But as the 13th anniversary observance dawned, other considerations heightened the expectant atmosphere than Isiaei's joyous need to flex her muscles and to celebrate a dozen years of solid achievement in the face cl Arab threats of war. These included: • The rising ferment over the Eichmann trial, with the "revelations" expected from the proceedings making for a sea of tension in remembrance of things past. • The arrest of Dr. Israel Beer. Israeli military authority, whose spying for the Soviet Union underscores the fact that even in a young, vigorous and pioneering country, where all citizens are seemingly dedicated to the success of their national effort, subversives make equal and opposite attempts to assure failure. • The unresolved Pinhas Lavon affair, which toppled the Israeli government, compromised the position of Prime Minister Ben-Gurion, and iorced the country into a general election come Aug. 15. The anniversary parade, minus air force, was as usual launched on a note of great joy end anticipation of better things to come, but these considerations unmistakably colored the atmosphere of a people celebrating the birth of their independence. Sfr"v i ^ %  '.rh.J ^l.h"NewTp.p;rV. indjh. F.orida Press An. ~ isl ,. irantee lh. K %  %  i,. -.I..-, h;,'. %  :. -.I\•' -"I % %  lllimllK SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area On Yur $5 00 Three Years $10.00 Cut of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 17 Friday, April 28, 1961 12 lyar 5721 J'ACCUSE! Combined Jewish Appeal Combined Jewish Appeal will hold a report meeting here on May 8 to discuss the outcome of the 1961 campaign. Until that date, CJA workers will be busy in a massive effort to collect pledges made by Greater Miamians during the campaign, and to tap those who have not yet contributed to the Jewish community's united fund-raising effort. Although final tallies are still to, be determined, it is no secret that this year's CJA drive did not fare as well as had been hoped. Launched on a unique and anticipatory note lest summer, the Combined Jewish Appeal met and was forced to cope with the anxious problems marking Dade county's general philanthropic atmosphere during the 1963-61 season. Inevitably, the beneficiary agencies of Greater Miami's CJA campaign will feel the pinch. This means a less bright view in terms ci the meny services the Jewish community enjoys through the programs of these agencies. It is always an appropriate time to come icrward end indicate support of the Combined Jewish Appeal, and now, of course, would be a particularly proper moment on the eve of the CJA report meeting. Dade Jewry's central fund-raising effort needs your fulfilled pledge now. THE VOICE OF able backdrop for the latest announcement by Home officials of a project designed to increase its facilities to include an additional 125 beds. Add to this the Home's lovely and secluded garden surroundings, its unique pavilion apartments for residents, therapy and occupation programs, and research activities in cooperation with the University of Miami — and the Jewish Home for the Aged emerges as one of the fine achievements of the Greater Miami Jewish community. The 16th annual meeting will also pay tribute to Mrs. Sol Silverman, who retires as president of the Women's Auxiliary after ten years in office. Mrs. Silverman's energetic devotion to the organization is a cogent example of the Auxiliary's meaningful contribution to the Jewish Home for the Aged in the Home's continuing effort to make the life of some of our senior citizens in their twilight years an experience marked by fruitful and happy endeavor. during (he week I ... as i see it by IE0MINOIIH Home for Aged Meeting The Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its 16th annual meeting on Sunday. An exciting program is in the offing, with an address scheduled by United States Sen. George Smc'hers. Sen. Smothers is a member cf the Senate's subcommittee on the aged and cainq, end should have a stimulating message for the 1,000 person* expected to attend the meeting. Miami's Jewish Home for the fiaed is a continuing and fruitful experiment in the developing science of geriatrics, and the Home has been a receated national example of progress in this field. The Sunday meeting will serve as a suitonly minutes "hello;" ram us ft h on th. blsot mistakabh f £ it has an a S ,,. J. polite preju, may ; m< JJJ initial greet you at • vei .:'.' —fh ut l' u ; l : w the hatemi r soon as th. ers ,„ gins. Wo. .,:„ n ora „ y less subtle and fnc.i-ntly more violent. I am by new an i icti \L detecting the I %  MM urn all. They call often. When world .ventsharpen their purpost thej speak with exultation, assume oniK and lecture you "foi your own good." tones, Hebrew Univ. Observance American Friends of the Hebrew University are planning a series of functions here designed to celebrate the university's 36th anniversary of founding. Highlight of the observance will be the visit of Dr. Harry Zvi Tabor, a world-renowned expert in solar energy and director of the Hebrew University solar energy research program. Friends of this center of higher learning in Israel have good reason to be proud. Hebrew University includes among its faculty members many famous personalities in a host of professions and academic fields. Some of the recent and exciting archaeological discoveries in the Middle East have been made by Hebrew University teams. The university is also a place of intensive and extensive study in physics, some cf this related to a variety of nuclear research projects. Dr. Tabor is, himself, an examDle of Hebrew University's central role in the scientific world, and his speciality symbolizes the university's continuing contribution to Isiaei's development as a nation within the context cf its limited geographical means. The university's medical school end hospital center is a crowning achievement for an institution of higher learning only 36 years o'd — an institution unique in a principally backward and aggressive Middle Eastern wo-ld One woman several days ago phoned to inn me I ,t th e country is beii ated by a torrent of "1 i 0n guard, replied I i %  saw nothing harmful in su< a phei n except pcrhapi its extra-sentimntalism. "After all [ rep! \| r red. He can do no mor >.,,, John : [ennedj take on too much lo • j t $, Armstrong. boy with that conferrii e yve d. ing." • Bui Ike." 1 ;. • people tryi t you? ; I my oisonou ami lified bre; b |:1 > Uini : : •:• TH£ RECORD MADE CLEAR I MUST HERE C. .'•-that 1 am frequently expi > I i a. policies adopted bj the State of Israel — and not When Israel ann. Aid it would manufacture 1:.. mad under German I t, one of my most intimate non-JewisI friends, an intellectual foi % %  %  %  m 1 have virtually bottomless admus'ton. attacked me mercilessly, demanding an explanation if "th immoral behavior Let the record be clear. I am not responsible for thi leliberations. actions, or general diplomatic demeanor of the State • Israel Jerusalem has never once consulted me prior to making ; %  decision of any kind. Were 1 to offer an opinion, it would be met. 1 ..m certain, with profound silence. This holds equally true for the K.ihmann capture and trial. In simple terms, no one ever asked me Not a single Israeli in official circles has ever so much as hinted ;nat mjr Suggestions about the matter would be either helpful or welc ime. The contrary also holds true. My feelings about the E.chmara trial have been expressed publicly again and again. The; are ID consonance with those adopted by the State of Israel. But Jerusalem, apparently, has not deemed it necessary to express i;> gratitade. In making the record clear. I am simply hoping to get the net bunch of bigots who phcr.e at least to start out with a different point of vies. •aSOME WEIGHTY AND CONSEQUENTIAL OPINION AN EVEN MORE intelligent thing would be to call William Zucker^ man, who publishes the Jewish Newsletter, which I: making so much succulent Associated Press copy thisc da; • Mr Zuckerman is a tried and true anti-Zionist, who willingly o| columns of his four-page circular to anti-Israel polimicfrequenflj indistinguishable from anti-Semitic ones. Mr. Zuckermar. should hopefully be more sympathetic and certainly terrified at the prospect of a flood of "I like Eich cards Isn't this just what he has been predicting all along? In additwi to getting a warmer reception at the Jewish Newsletter, the bigot could feel that he it lecturing "the horse's mouth."' as it were Mr Zuckerman. for his part, does quite a bit of lecturing on I which he assumes U weighty and consequential. Whir, officia Salem pays him no hied, and it never does, he is put oul abi it H %  and mightily, at that, as any single issue of his Newsletter M indicate. For a mar, so unimpressed by Israel, he sure does dei of time and space to :t. But. pardon me. that is a hors< of •>nothfljThe important issue here is that the bigot who catls him % %  net meet with the detached reserve one may expect from n bigot who calls Mr. Zuckerman to warn him about tb l like Eics cards can anticipate some solid commiseration. THE CYCLE TO BEGIN AGAIN THE COMMISERATION will also sound like it's • : m 3 authority who tan. and often does, change the Cl : hun n events. Incidentally, Mr. Zuckerman and his N.wetti are uX only alternate possibility for the bigot intent on wi to unhand Eichmann if they know what's good for them. The Mfl can also contact tl. general ; n ss. The trial has beei rf the front paces of the nati %  • • nee "''* • i sensation of its opening days — until Monday. '-'• : ,.', hmann, n0 L -diatoly citys mornini r featured a report on poor Mi complained ol b< • chained to a bed by Israeli ag< after his seizure In Buenos Aires. That is sad. indeed, for • JV' who whipped, gassed, starved, buried alive, tore to bits machine gunned, castrated in a meticulously painful It ai hiind-dskinned, cremated stabbed, suffocated, crushed, maimed, cripple murdered six millioi defenseless men. women and children The story was back on Page One because those Israelis are dome Now. if a bigot lectured th< editor th HI who is for certain a Prime Mover more than siir.; Vt 'L< Pallahassee circles on thai nasty Jewish "eye-for-ai ey< '"-',, be would unqui stioral get th. best response of all, Th. who telephoned ne only hung up on the defensive assuring that the Nazis did us tews a heap of good in the run Didn't we srt ; : naiiy, with less of us b< to look Irish? Wer. we at last proud to be Jews : \ na — a bunch ol tile ] making like Goliath in Jcrusaicrn Truman r we cried it out of his • '•" ; jrf ">partn -i I should watch out aboul good G ichmann, mister. I J "J^j r Already" .. th, giz million and read) w ^ I



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Pcge 14-A +Jf.nisf. fhridian Friday, April 28. 1961 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDilN Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN New Volume's Arab Perfumes and the Middle East Institute Measured Pace GREAT JEWISH PERSONALITIES IN MODERN TIMES. Edited by Simon Noveck. 366 pp. New York: B'nai B'rith Great Books Series. $4.95. A COMPANION PIECE to -Great Jewish Personalities in Ancient and Medieval Times." which sped from Moses to the Vilna Gaon and the Baal Shem. this second in the B'nai B'rith five-volume Great Books series has a less breath-taking span of two hundred years. In more measured pace it proceeds frcm Moses Mendelssohn, symbol of Jewish emancipation and the first bridge between the ghetto world and Europe, to Brandeis. the product of that emancipation, himself the "expression of a free democratic society — in which a man was free to be a Jew, and a Jew was free to be a man and citizen." The special interest of this volume derives partly from the immediacy of the history which it presents: the challenges which arose in the 18th century to disturb the Jew. snug in his Jewish world. remain, with rueful constancy, to disturb him still. The day in 1743 that the fourteen year-old Mendelssohn knocked at the Rosenthaler Gate, the only gate through which Jews could enter Berlin, was •one of the dramatic turning points in Jewish history. Mendelssohn walked through the gate into the Enlightenment, or. as Alfred Jospe puts it. lrom the Jewish Middle Ages to modernity. It was this emancipation which Sir Moses Monteiiore. a charming example of the best of both worlds, championed. One can trace the heaving of the wounded body of Jewry in the lives of the three religious leaders chosen for the book: Samson Raphael Hirsch. the fiery and controversial creator of neo-Orthodoxy. Isaac Mayer Wise, architect of the American Reform movement, and Solomon Schechter. who rallied the cause of Conservatism. Bialik. too. often turned his beautiful language to the problems of the conflict of cultures in the Jewish world: while Sholom Aleichem. gentle shtell singer, (whose first literary endeavor was a lexicon of his stepmother's invective, compiled and arranged in alphabetical order), in celebrating with humor and irony the wretchedness of the Jew. was in a special sense a critic oi the old ways. Laughter, after all. is often criticism. Then, other twistings toward a solution: the great turn in the road which was Herd's, and the great contributions which were "Weizmann's and Henrietta Szold's. And, of course Justice Brandeis, brilliant jurist, Zionist, humanitarian — who : so said that "no Jew mav be a moral mediocrity." The volume's excellence is d i t< the caliber ol the contributors, each ol them a r .articl< fi r ins nc< %  ; Milton R. Kon\ I authoi I orni II Univi \ professor ai I a man for whom 1. along with a host old the deep* I rsonal reverence, Hisan Cecil Roth wrote charmingly of Montefii and 1 would be remiss if 1 did nut mention editor Sraon Noveck. whose introductions to ea< of aya provides historical continuity with concise scholarship Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN What's in a Number? WAS SHAKESPEARE who asked "1 IT WAS SHAKESPE^ k : %  what's in a name. ; Bard of Emulating the Avon, but in all humility and with pardonable digression, we are tempted to ask what's in a number. Are %  numbers, say, luckier than others? The ancient Pythagoreans believed thai numbers held the key to everything. When we pause to consider the role that mathematics, the study of numbers, plays in science today, we must admit that the ancients were surely possessed of ter wisdom than we care perhaps to admit.. Our own Jewish ancestors, too, .'.ere intrigued by numfact, the Talmud and other sacred tunicare reflete with interpretations of Biblical passages on the basis Of Gematrices, or numerical values of the Hebrew letters. Numbers also play a basic role in Jewish mystic lore. cularly in the Cabalah. There was of course a cogent reason for theflourishing of the Gematriatic method among Jews—an exercise that incidentally lends itself to this very day to the sharp of minds in our midst who still sit over Torah and Avodah in exclusive devotion—since the numerals in the Hebrew language are expressed in letters. Even an Aleph-Beth child knows, or should at least know, that Aleph is one. Beth is two. Moreover, even in these days, when man is well on the way to the moon and an unknown destiny, the science of numerology seems to be flourishing among countless believing adherents, particularly among the artists oi pen, and among the disillusioned who can find neither peace nor solace in the syntax of reality. Jacob in his dream saw a ladder reaching from earth to heaven. Since the Hebrew word for ladder, sulam, has the same numerical value as Sinai, it is of course obvious to the Gematriasts that the ladder which reaches heaven must be taken to reier to Sinai, scene of the Revelation. Washington A LL THE PERFUMES of Arabia could not sweeten the anti-Israel bias that pervaded the Middle East Institute's annual national conference last year. But the Jewish Telegraphic Agency's exposure of the Institute's 1960 propaganda orgy helped make this month's 1961 conference less blatant. Israel was attacked, to be sure. There were some slanted reports. The "honesty" of President Nasser of the I'nited Arab Republic was lauded. UAR propaganda pamphlets were seen. A few professional anti-Semites made themselves at home. However, this year's show was like a brotherhood meeting compared with last year when Fayez Sayegh, the leading professional Arab propagandist, was not on the program. Also, there were attacks on the "negative nationalism ot hate"—even criticism of Arab-Communist collaboration. One speaker. Prof. Charles Issawi, of Columbia University, a native of Egypt, asked if the Arabs were jumping •'lrom the West European frying pan into the Soviet fire." He noted that Nasser had seized British. French, and Jewish properties. Dr. Issawi charged Nasser with commitments to Moscow for credits totalling over $700 million, Norman Thomas, Socialist candidate for President in six national elections, is today an active member of the National Council of the so-called "American Friends of the Middle East." an Arab propaganda front that seethe* with hatred for Israel. Mr. Thomas, addressing the Middle East Institute as an honored guest .was upset that Israel was trying Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann and thought Israel had "strained" international law. According to Mr. Thomas. Nasser had displayed to the world a true "capacity tor neighborliness." It was United Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON "idle talk'' to discuss resettlement in Aret lands of displaced Palestinian Moslems. They could never be absorbed in Arab states because Arab economies were so "hard-pressed." Yet the great Socialist forgot to mention, the exploration of Arab economies by feudal monarcis and American oil companies. Mr. Thomas claimed that a U.S. Congressman confided to him that only "two or three" members of O ngress dared "to vote against Ben-Gurion and his followers tiere." He refused to name his Congressional source. The Rev. Elmer Douglas, editor of •'The Muslim World." made no assault on Israel. He insisted, however, that the repudiation of anti-Semitism by Morocco "must be considered sincere." He ignored the increasing antiJewish discrimination in Morocco. He shec not even a vocal tear for Jews recently drowned trying tc escape the Moroccan paradise. A Department of State official defined the conference theme: "New Patterns of Power and Leadership." He was Edwin M. Wright, head of the Department of Career Studies of the U.S. Foreign Service Institute. Mr Wright has never been accused of Zionism. He did this time refrain from his usual criticism of Israel except to indicate that every Israeli library was among those "controlled by political forces" in the Middle East. Mr. Wright also thought Israel was controlled by doddering old men—"perhaps the oldest leantrshrp" ai any Middle Eastern country. John H. Davis, director of the United NationRelief and Works Agency for Palestine Arab Reiupets. gave details of their plight. He neglected to report that the Arab refugees' living standard was today far better than :hat of the average Arab in the host countries. Noi did he tell how the Arab states have used the refugee*, their kinsmen, as politicals in the struggle against Israel and intra-Arab rivalries American Delegation's New Strength of Purpose United Nations T HE ENTIRE WORLD— with Israel and the Arab states foremost in this respect—has been wondering how the new Kennedy Administration will handle the perpetual "Palestine Question" in the United Nations. President Kennedy, and \ !elegation here, have been understand;.! ily reluctant to show their hand rd to the under-the-surface, but ever-seething disbetween the Arab states and Israel. Now. willy-nilly, the United States has taken a stand .... the MiddU East in the United Nations. The American attitude was denounced very sharply by the Arab dele, gations here—to the point that one ol the loudest spokesSaudi Arabia's vitriolic Ahmad Shukairy, openlj denounced the l nited States by name in one <>i the General Ass< mbly's committees The fault for thus forcing Washington's hand on ArabIsraeli issue.is clearly attributable to the Arabs themselves, They were too anxious, They [eared that PresiKennedy's Administration would implement the promises Mr. Kennedy made during the election campaign to deal fairly and forthnghtly with the Middle East issues. For eight year-, the Arabs had no fears. The American delegation, under the Eisenhower Administration, could always be counted upon to tear Arab accusations ol being too friendly toward Israel. Would the new American delegation, under Adlai E. Stevenson, allow itself to be midated in the same way? The Arabs, obviously, hoped that, by bringing up Arab issue s even if these were phony—they could put the heat on Washington. What pi : that the American delegation now is ro lo % %  • d) to ti ke cover when the Arabs open their gui • The American stand was revealed on two consecutive days On the first of these days, the Secur ty Council was d< 1 Sting a Jordanian grievance, complaimrg that Israel was endangering international peace and security by scheduling a military parade in Jerusalc m m connection with Israel's celebration of its 13th anniversary Juridically, as far as the UN was concerned. Israel had already violated the 1949 Jordan-lsra. %  Agreement by bringing into Jerusalem various heavy weapons forb by the armistice pact. The fact that Israe I the >vea%  s had no ammunition, and that the Independence Day parade would be purely ceremonial—this the terms Ol the 19-J9 agreement. With thecondemnatory resolution ... Is the table, the I'nited States delegation gav< a n< raft. The U.S proposed an ami it calling .Ionian and Israel to observe th< : Stice a nunt sci sly. The Arabs howled •' rage. That, they .-.-. 1 Aras putting Jordan, the compla an equal [01 1. ••. the "defendant" Israel. But the U.S nendprevailed—being voted by a ballot oi for, none 1 -:. .: d three abstentions. That very afternoon, the Assembly's special political • e met to resume debate on the A;. • fugee probActually, tin general debate on thai %  e was completed last December. But the Arabs wai ed a second round. They got five Moslem nations to ii e a resolution on thi si bject. This draft would to the refu• • %  %  the idea that the United Nati< 1 dd appoint a custo to take charge of property egedly left in Israel by the refuge es. T. P. Plimpton, Mr. Steven--' ; up. I leputy. was 1 %  %  who took the spotlight • 1 lh< Security Council garnerning the ill-will of t elegations. It was Plimpton who, too, bore the burden in tl • Assembly comi' • He introduced some amend) ents to the Mosllution, The 'lilted States did sitj : r, refuge* property custodian, The Arabs saw red. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Red Attitude Toward Eichmann Trial Puzzling QTUDENTS OF world affairs m ^ this country—many of them non-Jews—are puzzled by the attitude of the Soviet Government toward the Eichmann trial. And so also are people within the Soviet Union, as can be seen from the Soviet press. From the verybeginning, Moscow has refused to cooperate with Israel in the trial preparations. While other Communist governments provided material on Nazi atrocities committed against Jews in their countries under Eichmann's orders, the Soviet authorities refused to supply such material. Moscow's flimsy excuse was that all the material on Eichmann's mass-murder of Soviet citizens had already been submitted during the Nuremberg trial of the Nazi war criminals. Now that the Eichmann trial is going on in Jerusalem attracting worldwide attention, the Soviet pre JS the proceedings more for propaganda against Israel and West Germany than against Eichmann. And this, despite the fact there are very lew Russian cities which were occupied by the Germans where there are no mass-graves of local Jews herded together and killed by the Nazi units cperating under Eichmann's orders during the occupation period. The largest mass-grave of tens oi thousands 11 annihilated Soviet Jews is on the outskirts of Kiev, the capital of Soviet Ukraine, which was in the hands cl the German Army for many months. Many other such graves are known to exist in numerous cities and towns in the Ukraine, ByeloRussia, and the Baltic countries which arc now part Oi the Soviet Union. There are undoubtedly also Jewish survivors who could come from the Soviet Union to the trial in Jerusalem to give damning eyewitness testimony against Eichmann. lyNIMMUl



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Lpril 28. 1961 Jew!st Horiditoti Page 15* A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER TITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN thai lluned, desiring to engage in sder the fictitious name of |ENCY at ll.'O S.W. l: %  iade County, Florida SlYl.Ks a BATON f>l sr M. i'• %  s. Baton B Bldg. la. 4/7-14-21-28 [COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ID FOR OADE COUNTY, tORIDA IN PROBATE No 52023 litats of IKK WOLF |-cd. |TICE TO CREDITORS dl tors and AM Persons Havi or Demands Against Sain hereby notified and requiri-rit an) claims and demands i may have against the es. 3THER WOLF deceased late ounty, Florida to theCount) Dade C 'Unty, and file t! %  *h*-u offices In the County — in Dade County, Florida. i.ht calendar months from the Re first publication hereof, or cill )>.• barred. GLORIA N'F.'WM AN. Ir.totratrlx of the Instate of • r Wolf. Deceased, EFRONSON, Attorney l:y Trust t'ldy. Florida 4/21 -2, r,/.-.-12 |E COUNTY JUDGES COURT 'NO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No 52317-B -tate ol |S£ BARS'KIT -el JOTICE TO CREDITORS C editors and All Persons Hav%  Etti or De nands Against Said arhereb) notified and requiri sent anj claims and dehlch you mi) have against %  tate of ROSE BARNETT deli -. %  of I >a le County, Floi Ida, i'. intj i Iges of I >ad,Cound file thi> same In thenofficer Count) lurthouse in 11 id< • lorld i. %  Ithln eight calen |i' nn*hs from the date of the • .it cation >reof, or the san>i re i %  i\ [NO B \KNI:TT %  .•, %  LIEU Lin,o n Boa i Ite SIS • eh ::', Fia — JE S-I36I 4 81-28, :. r-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW DTK •: is HEREBY GIVEN thai kndi i siring i" engage In indei tii" fictitious name of • BAH jj PACKAGE STORE W, N Ri\ei Drive, Miami, tend • register so Id name 'le:-k ol the ('li cull < 'ourl of i>, Plot d i I AHI.r is i, CRA1Q Sole iu tier ; I.C':. GAKS 4 KOTH ie>for Applicant i.W. .-is 4 21-2H, B R-12 |ME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, |FLCRIDA IN PROBATE No 520OS-C (Clark) 1-"ate o. iviNij ( %  it \ ' ma) have against the < %  .IRVING P LANK deceased late unt). f lor Ida, to the Count) • : Dade County, and file the I deli es In i he Count) en-, in Dade County, Florida. i ii.it i iien i ir months from thi the first publication hereof, §. e will lie barred. BETTY FRANK Itrut ol ':•• I .a I Will and enl of lr\ Ing Prank. 1,1 SHAPUUI WW%WQMM" BY HENRY LEONARD &f -. -s d LEGAL NOTICE TEMPLE CRISES: The time someone put straight bourbon in the cantor's Kiddush cup .. sss LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of MEDICAL s-IDS at 3121 S.W. 22nd Street intend to register sal i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade Count) Florida. BEN GROSSMAN N i".MAN WOLF I 7-14-21-28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR D4DE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 50504 IN RE Estate ol Mi IRRIS sll VROFF, I leceased. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All Cn dil irs ind VII Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Kstate: v o are notll ed and required :• %  present .* In and demands whit ii you m. i' oagsinsl the estate of MORRIS SHAROFF dei %  ite ol 1 ade Count) Florida, t" the Count) Judges ol Dade County, and file the same li their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred, JOSEPHs KAVENUPK NORMAN S PALL I ;' Attorney ".")•; Ingraham Building Miami. Florida 4V14, 21. 28, "• S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, leslring to encage in business under the fictitious name of I'NIVERSAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT CO., al P.O B >X 84-865, Miami intends i" register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade t'ountv Hoi Id < J M I.KWITT l 81-28, '.'."•-!Road h. HJ, la 4/14,21, 28, ". I kf'CE BY PUBLICATION |E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IR DA IN AND FOR DADE ILNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 61C 4027 G. KENYON, pltlff, V. : KANi: KEN YON, Indant. (SUIT FOR DIVORCE 1. Bobbie ic.ne Kenyon l<' How STeet |n. Ila, Qeorgl. nr>bie Jeu'ie Kenyon are herein d tha'. a Bill of Complaint g>rce has been filed against you are required to servi If your Answer or Pleading to I of Compla nt on the plaint hrney, 8HEVIN, C.OODMAN TZAIAN, 38 Seybold Building '" %  Florida and file the origjrer.or Pleading in the office ll*rk of tlie Circuit Court on t the 19'h day of May. 1981 i.'. to do go, judgment 1>> de|) be taken against you for r demanded in the Bill of Jtir shall be published once for four consecutive weeks |EW1SH PLORIHIAN. >ND ORDERED al Miami \ A.D ".MAN. C I hid >unt 1 VLARIS, I lepi CHKlDM \ ft ||i il.TXV I S |1 Bull IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY No. 60C 11057 EDWARD W L.OTZ Plaintiff, INTER-CITY FINANCE CORP. a Florida corporation, and CLYDE LEVINGSTON, M.A.S. MAKRIS and BROOKE TEMPLE, I lefendants NOTICE OF SUIT i'i>: INTER-CITY FINANCE CORP. present address unknown last known ad Ir— Tfits Bisca) no it lulevard Miami. Florida al I BROOKE TEMPLE, present address unknown last known .id Iress 438 Malaga A\ snue Coral •; ibles, Florida YOO ARE EACH hereby notified thai a Complaint for Recislon, Caneellatinn of Contract And other Relief has been filed against the natural Defendants, CLYDE LEV1NOSTON, M.A.S. MAKRIS mi BROOKE TEMPLE, and INTKR-CITY FINANCE CORP.. % %  Florida corporation, not dissolved i-ut not doing business, to rescind the Mia Ol certain corporate notes and stock certificates of INTER-CITY FINANCE CORP. and for the sum of $15,000.00 and attorney's fees, in the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial circuit. In and for Dade County, Florida, wherein i-a>WARP W. I.OTZ is Plaintiff and all of the aforementioned natural persons are Defendants with INTERCITY FINANCE cr.Rlv You. INTERCITY FINANCE CORP. and BROOKE TEMPLE, are each hereby required to file your Answer with the Clerk of the circuit Court, Dade Count) Courthouse Miami, Florida, and to _,.. ve g ,.,. ther • ri on Plaintiff's attorney, Leonard H Rubin, Metropolitan Bank Building. Miami 82, Florida, not later than the 22nd da) ,,. MM I ,.,; else i Dei ree Pro Coni,, %  mil ru Igment shall be entered as. t for th el ef delalnt • ,\ i: n d IRDERED al Miami. \ 1961, r IRMAN, Cl C> u mnl irlda : fc! II LAN WAY, It] 28 S 5-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I the undersigned, desiring to engage in I business under the fictitious name of ADEX INTERNATIONAL In Dade | County ;it !''i Box 4501, Miami Bench II. Florida intends to register said name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court oi" Dade County, Florida. S SHWARTZ SHAPIRl i .<• FRIED, Bsqi Attorneys for S. Shwarts 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 89, Fia -JE B-6361 i l 2!. 28, 5 5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 3362 I" IRIS MARIE !•• WALL, Plalni %  v JOHN 1'AI I. !•• WALL, I ii fen lant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tt I John Paul 1 leWall 316 Plnehurst Street North Tro). Nev. York YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEn to serve a copy ^*f your Answer to the Complaint for Divorce s^nlnst • >•> Plaintiff's atto neys, Welllsch, Dougherty and Zaiac. 1411 Congress UunU' Ing, Miami :!-, Morida, and to file tieoriginal thereof With the Clerk of the above court, on or before the 8th da) ,i May, 1961, otherwise a Decree Pro Confeaso will be entered against you. Dated at Miami, Dude Count) Florida, this ,".th day of April. 1961, E. It LEATHERMAN clerk of the Circuit Court (seat) By: E. H. LANWAY Deput)' Clerk 4/7-14-21-L". NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 6IC 3520 PHYLLIS E. C KLEIN WILSON, Plaintiff. ys ROBERT EARL WILSON. I '.-i-ndant. COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROBERT EARL WILSON C 0 S\ el drop .<• Parcel Engineering Corp. Box 4ls Norfolk. Virginia You are hereby notified thai Con plaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you ar.required to serve a cop) of your Answer or pleading to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, IRVINt; I'KSKOK. Ksquire, limn N Krome Avenue, Homestead, Florida, and file the original Answei or Pleading in the Office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the sth day of May. isMSi, otherwise the Complaint will be taken aa confessed bv you. DONE and ORDERED at Miami. Oade County. Florida this 5th day ol April. 1961 K. B. LI-TAT HERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) B) : E. H. LANWAY I>eput\ Clerk 4/7-14-21 -28 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUOICiAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 3420 TERESE BERK, Plaintiff, vs. ALBERT BERK, i lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< >: ALBERT BERK c o Monasteiti 89TS 14th Street Sunnyslde, Long Island N.-u York YOC ARE HEREBY Nt ITIFIEI i that :i BUI ol Complaint for Divorce has been filed against \ ou, In i TERESE BERK, is the plaintiff and 5 ou are hereb) requli • % %  t ,'ur answer or pleading to said BUI of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, Mi;, TON A FRIEDMAN, nil Ainsley Building, Miami ::'.'. Florida, and file the original ;IIISW.-I or pi. -ailing in the offli the Clerk ol the circuit Court, Dade Countj Courthouse, Miami, Florida, on oi before the :trd day of May. l-.mi. if you fail to do so, Judgment by del lull will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint tor I >i \ ores DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 8rd daj Of April. 1961. E. B. LEATHF:RMAN CU-rk of Circuit Court Iade Counts, Florida (seal) B) : M. CAVALARI9 I 'eputy Clerk 4/7-14-21-28 CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T. DADE COUNTY. FLA. CALLIE RK'I'fl DUBE, Plaintiff, vs. SERGE RONALD DUBE, i ef< ndant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOC, SEROE RONALD DUBE, II & s Co. 3rd Recon Battalion, 3rd Marines l>i\ F'MF c o Fie.t P.O. San Francisco, Call! are notified to serve a cop) of your answer to Divoi • Complaint filed against you on Plaintiff's attorney, GEOROE NICHOLAS, 1218 NW 7 Sr Miami. Flu., and file original with Clerk of this Court on or before Ma) 29, 1961, otherwise complaint w III be confessed b) • %  %  i DATED, April 19, 1961 E. B LEATHERMAN Clert ISI al i B> M CAVALARIS, Deput) ci.-rk IN THE COUNT? JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52327-C IN RE '-:-• • ZWICKEL Deceased. 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Page 10-A +Jew is* Meridian Friday, April 29. 1961 Parade of Witnesses Begins in Eichmann Trial Continued from Page 1-A reported on a meeting with Eichmann, at which Eichmann using the crudest threatening language, demanded that the departure of Jews from Germany be speeded up, and warned if the Jewish leadership did not comply "you know what your fate will be." Mr Cohen testified that the notification most Jewish women received from the Gestapo after their husbands had been arrested and taken to concentration camps was a message: "Your husband difjd of a heart attack. We are sending you an urn of ashes. Pay a remittance of three and a half marks The onetime Boiin. Jewish leader said that such arrests, usprepared to repeat in court. He outlined the picture of persecution, joblessness, and despair which engulfed German Jewry as World War II approached, and with it a steady drop in chances to emigrate. He said that, initially. British authorities provided a 'fairly Eichmann claimed that Gistapo chief Heinrich Himm'.er ..anted to meet the late Dr. Chaiir Wei,. mann to discuss with h.-n the notorious "trucks for bloo-s" proposal. However, Di. Welxmann rejected the offer. Dr. Weizmanns rejection came, would have been 20.000.000 Jews in* its origin to Cljriat Russia, todav throughout the world, with "But only after World War 1. he slightly more than half of them said, "was it translated into many living in Europe In Poland alone, languages, becoming a major wcawhere there are only auoui 30.000 pon of anti-Semitism. according to Eichmann, through Jews, there were 3.300.000 before Following Dr. Baron's testimony, the late Dr. Israel Kastner. a leadihe Nazis started sending Jews to Attorney General Hausner entered er of Hungarian Jewry who was the gas chambers, he said. n to evidence various documents assassinated in ]>ral three years intended to prove Eichmann's selfago. It was Dr. Kastnei whom The American Jewish scholar turned the court room into a colpreparation for his role as a "Jew the Nazis used to present their large" number of certificates for [rnea !" JJJJ "J ish expert under the Nazi regime, ransom offer to Zionirt leaders in migration to Palestine, but that | % %  l ; _„*'._ ...IK..". One document showed Eichmann Palestine. following the Arab disturbances the number of such certificates dwindled. Dr. Robert Servatius, Eichmann's defense counsel, briefly cross examined Mr. Cohen, trying Nazi movement to establish that Eichmann never back." actually implemented the threats he voiced against Jewish leaders. An American expert in Jewish history of European Jewry, showing that, despite oppressions and persecutions over the centuries the Jewish communities in Europe had made vast contributions to learning in all fields until "the set the clock ually of rabb's. Jewish leaders, history, testifying earlier as a witOne had filed an expense account for paying tuition to a rabbi lrom whom he learned Hebrew. Another document was a recommendation by one of his superior officers, who praised Eichmann for his "exemplary initiative in the removal of Austrian Jews, thanks to which tremendously valuable assets were transferred to the Reich." and businessmen, began as far back as 1933, the year Hitler came into pow< r. his afternoon appearance. during winch he concluded his i y. the Tel Aviv attorney even in the Middle Ages." said Dr. ness at the trial, told the court that the Nazi atrocities against Jews were unprecedented in all of civilized history. "Nothing like this had happened described bis meetings with Eichmann. He said at some of the meetings Eichmann threatened to i Jewish leaders to "concert i %  i term used by Eichmann and other Gestapo officials "jok i f" as a reference to concern ia I on camps. He described arguments with Gestapo officials and said Eichmann used language he was not Salo W. Baron, professor of Jewish history at Columbia University. He emphasized that the Nazis wiped out "overnight" the achievements of full emancipation reached by the Jews in Europe as a result oi 200 years ol struggle for equal rights. Unfolding a map of Eur 11 and tracing the march of Nazism from 1938 on, over various European countries. Dr. Baron showed where Jews were mass-murdered in cold blood. He told the court that, if not .'or the holocaust, there 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 apt*. with serving pantries. Substandal savings by the month or on lease. N. Schcinman. 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But under the Nazi regime, the Jews became a classless society." i nder cross-examination by Dr, Servatius, Dr. Baron dwelt on major differences between age-old anti-Semitism and (he Nazi type of anti-Jewish persecution. "In ancient times." said the American scholar, "the anti-Semitic scourge was religious. But in modern police. times it was simply what the sociologist calls dislike of the unAn Israe psychiatrist, who had like.' the hatred of something dif3 ? sessions with Eichmann during ferent nis pre-trial detention, was disclosed Mondav to have reported "There are many other reasons, jthat the defendant was a completerational and irrational." said Prof. Baron, "but one fundamental difThere was a strong dramatic moment in the eeurt last weekend when Eichmann said 'hat he would have killed his own lather, if requested to do so while serving the Hitler regime. 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'Jewish Floridlilajii
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 17
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 28, 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
What of Jewish Community as Algeria Kettle Comes to Boil?
E/ E3WIN EYTAN
JTA
Paris
William Shaler was n conscien-
t ion tun | '-um Although he
had I come to deal with the
j .-. > coi..... lity, his feelings of
n : compelled him
rt >n tragic aspect of
lati Painstakingly he
Ulcl'.t 1 i '.
"The Jewish community is tor
riblj oppressed, The Jews are not
allowed to leave their cities with-
out special permission, except on
Wednesdays and Saturdays. \
the hard and degrading work is
T( ll rve : them. They are
often hi! and their proper':* is
' fd. S >m times they are mur-
dere I I i i >ver. whati '
circui maj be are I
allowed I resist. Even the
dren maltreat them, and their
life is one long succession ol op
pression and outrage. Indeed. I
b liet thai the Jews ol \lg > i
are the si miserable i n I un
: rtuna e oi their race "
William Shaler was the A.....
i<..". Consul in Algiers and his r
a ldi ei sed to the Si ii Di
: in Washington, as wi
on the eve of the Fi i
pa iver a century ago
Sin'e then, this Jewish com-
munity has undergone the fastest
and most radical emancipation
ever witnessed. Forty years after
the French occupation in 1830. the
entire Jewish community was
gra-ted French nationality and
equal rights with all other French,
men across the Mediterranean. In
less Than a generation they cor-
tritiuted scholars, soldiers, doc-
tors ard journalists to the cul-
tural lire of the country which had
lifted the heavv yoke of oppres from their necks.
As 1981 dawne I v the bar-
rocky hi'l- of Kal the
sun-drenchi I white cil is of Al-
and Oran. anxietj. an I -
s par lc, gripp< d "r., igai i
the 150.000 '-< i
l H I
Continued on Pa?e -A
COURT BECOMES CLASSROOM
Witnesses Tell Terrors
Of Eichmann s Deeds
LESS ARROGANT TODAY
pa:-: l-X
D v D r t Tc ; A
- \ ,E -The barbaric i
ead on trial here i annihilati
- \ Ilioti n Nazi Eun pe was ccui T les laj
pree | ecul \ tnessi s. two ol
+ >\ ar [I. is alrea Ij i
r .-;-''
ness v ho
Eichni : Benno i her.
I
: the Nazis
ar i n< m a iwyer in Tel Aviv, an. *
Aharon Lin I >ns rauss a Gei man
Dr I : s< ribed the devi I .>
men! of Sit anti-Jewish legisla-
tion, confiscation of Jewish prop-
erty and the mass expulsions ot
lews fron: Germany. He recall-
ed the N >.-. b lok-burning and other
savage acts perpetrated by the
Nazis.
Mr. Lindenstrauta described
the Berlin pogrom of 1938. He
Continued on Page 10-A
I Rabbis Flay
[Federal Aid
[To Schools
HATl BAM CG50 PAGi 5-4
KIA.V-SHA LAKE. N Y.-l.JTA
-Suppor for President Kennedy's
arograi (hooli and the elimination from
pjch a ; rogram >f government aid
relig ous schools, was urged
I:' S lay by Rabbi Edward T
m>!ro\ president of the Kabbini
ll Asst albly of America
Rabbi Sandrow made his state-
belli :.' 'he ),') -::.n^ session ot the
pinual ..ve ia> convention oi the
^sseml attended by more than
"i di at< representing Conser-
tat v .'nagogues in the United
S' iti (I ma la Pointing out
lal sup] Ort Of the President".- plan
federal ail t> public schools Is (her Fuchs he one-time "Jewish
peedei eeaaw "the public schools expert I i Gestapo In Lodz in
Ire a br.lwark >-' our democratic _v,, ..-. |, has been i
bsten Rabbi Sandrow declared dieted for responsibility in
srae
Birthdav Fete
NEW YORK JTA
Ki ne '; it
Fr.OF. SAL0 BARON
. ent.'-Semitic system
its celebrati m of the 1
. messa e, sent to 1 m
York City Ha ^b< >'..rK presi lem the New '
I mcil, as pan ol N York City's official celebral
anniversary. Se ve n
-and
people gathered at City Hall P
to participate in the ceremonies.
In hi> message, President Ken-
said: 1 know that this 13t.li
anniversary of Israel's indepen-
dence, the year of coming of age,
is of particular importance to many
in Israel. The occasion serves t.>
highlight the remarkable progre-s
made in the short span of Israel a
JERUSALEM iJTA) Three strate Israel's continuing progress existence. I am greatly pleased
thousand spectators in armor and artillery capability, to send wishes and congratulations
300,000 See Independence
Parade Minus Air Force
hundred
to Your Excellency and to the
watched here as Israel marked its Thp 40.mjnute parade of military peoplc 0f i;raei a;; well as my own
13th anniversary with a parade ot might inciU(::C(| the first display of personal regards."
more than 4.000 soldiers and 23 me(jjurn Centurion tanks and 105-
mobile units as-cmbled to -.lemon-
Indict Gestapo Jewish Expert'
For Murder of J00,000 Poles
FRANK FI RT (JTA) Guen-
"We should copose the grant-
ling of federal a>d as well as loans
to pri,.-te a"d sectarian elemen-
tary ard hign schools. The sepa-
ration :f chcrch and state has
[been i-e tta.rchest safeguard
Continued on Page 9-A
Trial opened before the Kas-
sel Jury Court against two form-
er high-ranking police officers
charged w;th complicity in the
murder of 500 to 700 Jews in
t"T00.000" Jews" Sluik, White Russia, during the
Nazi occupation. More than .
".
mm self-propelled guns mounted
on half-tracks, the latter a device
developed by Israeli engineers
Two arms of Israel's military for-
cesits jet-equipped air force and
its navywere represented sym-
bolically by specially -h\.....d
marchers in the parade.
The navy could not be repre-
sented in a land march and the
air force was deliberately absent
because the location of new Je-
rusalem and the Israeli-Jorcan
demarcation line nearby make it
Representatives of the Protes-
Continued on Page 6-A
RED SPY TALKS
the !- :- ;' Btt
The 19-year Id Gestapo oil
the Lower Sax inj
!;,.;,. y when he was ar-
rested las! He *as Indicted
,n Hail Preliminary Investl
gation was reported underway in
Munich lIsJ against Dr. Brad
ti-ch. a ( witness** will testify against
former Police Colonel Frani
Lechthaler, 70, and Police Chief
Commissar Willi Papenkort, 52.
Papenkort was serving on the
Essen police force when he was
arrested last summer.
Oti ) Haupt, a form
Beer Says He
Was Impostor
TEL AVIV(JTA !-::>
the military analyst under a
,mposs,ble for *?<' l*J here for a,leged ,-;
to maneuver w.thout a risk of ^ Comnvm... c)u;
being over Jordanian air space. ^^ ^ ^ ^ ,, u|_ (,
The route of the march had been a participant in tl Spa
altered in deference to objeel >ns \\ ir, and thai he had net
of the United Nations stemming a member oi the Socialist S
rdan's animal charge that er.se Corps under th
- =c mAHini the a> a threal l i inti rna me ol Austria.
IT S> n.Ul.lJI __ .._____,., ,,.,;; |-,,i .,,,. I,.,
oTcha, i-d, i an Einsatz j "re.ted'm Ue'berUng- lU-l Peace. A Security Cou,
,-.,,,, ,on squad in the
Smo i
Continued on Page 3-A
Continued on Page S-A
L'ntil now. lie ha I claim
Continued on Page 2-A
SS Man Found Working in N.Y. German Center
By Special Report
of of- cials ol Goethe House
Febr tan and demanded an i -
RABBI E0W4RD SANDSOW
. dtmocratlc bulwark
N'EW YORK The Ajjert A p
S|em work..., at Goethe G I use al whi<
^,.\ in cultural. :" '
; Neu Yort He l Hans Egoi u irgea
Holl '''" wnPtoy^ aa The AJCongress charges wtre
a cu] tache at the center contained in a letter written Feb.
Th. UCongress said it had 28 by Phil Baum, director of tSe
-'.., Sundays, through AJCongr.ss Comm.ss.on on In-
ternational Affairs. The letter
informed Samuel Rebet. execu-
tive director of Goethe Ho*
that AJCor.gress learred Hoit-
husen had been an active mem-
ber of the SS in the early days
of the Hitler movement. Reber
replied on Mar. 2, indicating he
was unaware of this, and that
he would have a "thoroe.gti in-
vestigation made."
Baum then met with the Ger
fact that Holthus i
member ol the SS tvt
Inve ation of Holthus
re< ird had nol
i
:ime to complete
.;i Germany.
A date has now been
next week al wh ch Rebei
j Baum will meet to ie re-
sults of the inves
i



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'Jewish Floridlilajii Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 17 Miami. Florida, Friday. April 28, 1961 Two Sections Price 20* What of Jewish Community as Algeria Kettle Comes to Boil? E/ E3WIN EYTAN JTA Paris William Shaler was n conscient ion tun | '-um Although he had I come to deal with the j .-. > coi lity, his feelings of n : compelled him %  rt >n tragic aspect of lati Painstakingly he Ulcl'.t 1 i %  %  '. "The Jewish community is tor riblj oppressed, The Jews are not allowed to leave their cities without special permission, except on Wednesdays and Saturdays. \ the hard and degrading work is T( ll rve : them. They are often hi! and their proper':* is fd. S >m times they are murdere I I i i >ver. whati circui maj be are I • allowed I resist. Even the dren maltreat them, and their life is one long succession ol op pression and outrage. Indeed. I b liet • thai the Jews ol \lg •••> i are the si miserable i n I un : rtuna e oi their race William Shaler was the A i<..". Consul in Algiers and his r a ldi ei sed to the Si ii %  Di : in Washington, as wi %  on the eve of the Fi i pa • iver a century ago Sin'e then, this Jewish community has undergone the fastest and most radical emancipation ever witnessed. Forty years after the French occupation in 1830. the entire Jewish community was gra-ted French nationality and equal rights with all other French, men across the Mediterranean. In less Than a generation they cortritiuted scholars, soldiers, doctors ard journalists to the cultural lire of the country which had lifted the heavv yoke of oppres\ ar [I. is alrea Ij i r .-;-'' ness v ho Eichni : Benno i her. I : the Nazis ar i n< M a iwyer in Tel Aviv, an. Aharon Lin I >ns rauss a Gei man Dr I : s< ribed the devi I .> %  men! of Sit anti-Jewish legislation, confiscation of Jewish property and the mass expulsions ot lews fron: Germany. He recalled the N >.-. b lok-burning and other savage acts perpetrated by the Nazis. Mr. Lindenstrauta described the Berlin pogrom of 1938. He Continued on Page 10-A I Rabbis Flay [Federal Aid [To Schools HATl BAM CG50 PAGi 5-4 KIA.V-SHA LAKE. N Y.-l.JTA -Suppor for President Kennedy's arograi f government aid relig ous schools, was urged I • :•' S lay by Rabbi Edward T m>!ro\ president of the Kabbini ll Asst albly of America Rabbi Sandrow made his statebelli :.' 'he ),') -::.n^ session ot the pinual ..ve• ia> convention oi the ^sseml attended by more than "i di at< representing Consertat v .'nagogues in the United S' iti (I ma la Pointing out lal sup] Ort Of the President".plan federal ail t> public schools Is (her Fuchs he one-time "Jewish peedei eeaaw "the public schools expert I i Gestapo In Lodz in Ire a br.lwark >-' our democratic v ,, ..-. |, has been i bsten Rabbi Sandrow declared dieted for responsibility in srae Birthdav Fete NEW YORK JTA Ki ne ';• it Fr.OF. SAL0 BARON ent.'-Semitic system • its celebrati m of the 1 messa e, sent to 1 m %  York City Ha ^b< >'.. r K presi lem the New I mcil, as pan ol N York City's official celebral anniversary. Se ve n -and people gathered at City Hall P to participate in the ceremonies. In hi> message, President Kensaid: 1 know that this 13t.li anniversary of Israel's independence, the year of coming of age, is of particular importance to many in Israel. The occasion serves t.> highlight the remarkable progre-s made in the short span of Israel a JERUSALEM — iJTA) — Three strate Israel's continuing progress existence. I am greatly pleased thousand spectators in armor and artillery capability, to send wishes and congratulations 300,000 See Independence Parade Minus Air Force hundred to Your Excellency and to the watched here as Israel marked its Thp 40 m j nute parade of military peoplc 0 f i ;rae i a;; we ll as my own 13th anniversary with a parade ot might inc i U(: : C( | the first display of personal regards." more than 4.000 soldiers and 23 me( jj urn Centurion tanks and 105mobile units as-cmbled to -.lemonIndict Gestapo Jewish Expert' For Murder of J00,000 Poles FRANK FI RT (JTA) — Guen"We should copose the grantling of federal a>d as well as loans to pri,.-te a"d sectarian elementary ard hign schools. The separation :f chcrch and state has [been i-e tta.rchest safeguard Continued on Page 9-A Trial opened before the Kassel Jury Court against two former high-ranking police officers charged w ; th complicity in the murder of 500 to 700 Jews in t"T00.000" Jews" Sluik, White Russia, during the Nazi occupation. More than •". mm self-propelled guns mounted on half-tracks, the latter a device developed by Israeli engineers Two arms of Israel's military forces—its jet-equipped air force and its navy— were represented symbolically by specially -h\ d marchers in the parade. The navy could not be represented in a land march and the air force was deliberately absent because the location of new Jerusalem and the Israeli-Jorcan demarcation line nearby make it Representatives of the ProtesContinued on Page 6-A RED SPY TALKS the !%  :; Btt • The 19-year Id Gestapo oil the Lower Sax inj !;,.;,. y when he was arrested las! • • He *as Indicted n Hail Preliminary Investl gation was reported underway in Munich lIsJ against Dr. Brad ti-ch. a ( the military analyst under a ,mposs,ble for *?<' l*J here for a le g e d ,-; to maneuver w.thout a risk of ^ Comnvm ... c)u; being over Jordanian air space. ^^ ^ ^ ^ ,, u| ( The route of the march had been a participant in tl Spa altered in deference to objeel >ns \\ ir, and thai he had net of the United Nations stemming a member oi the Socialist S rdan's animal charge that er.se Corps under th =c mA Hini the %  a> a threal l i inti rna me ol Austria. IT S> n.Ul.lJI __ .. •,., ,•,.,„„;; |-„,,i „.,,,. I,., oTcha, %  i-d, i an Einsatz „ j "re.ted'm Ue'berUnglU-l Peace. A Security C ou, .,,,, ,on squad in the Smo %  i Continued on Page 3-A Continued on Page S-A L'ntil now. lie ha I claim Continued on Page 2-A SS Man Found Working in N.Y. German Center By Special Report of ofcials ol Goethe House Febr tan and demanded an i • RABBI E0W4RD SANDSOW dtmocratlc bulwark N'EW YORK The Ajjert A p S| e m work..., at Goethe G I use al whi< ^,.\ %  in cultural. : ;„ Neu Yort He l Hans Egoi u irgea Holl '''" wnPtoy^ aa The AJCongress charges wtre a cu] tache at the center cont ained in a letter written Feb. Th. UCongress said it had 28 by Phil Baum, director of tSe -'.. %  Sundays, through AJCongr.ss Comm.ss.on on International Affairs. The letter informed Samuel Rebet. executive director of Goethe Ho* that AJCor.gress learred Hoithusen had been an active member of the SS in the early days of the Hitler movement. Reber replied on Mar. 2, indicating he was unaware of this, and that he would have a "thoroe.gti investigation made." Baum then met with the Ger fact that Holthus i member ol the SS tvt Inve ation of Holthus re< ird had nol i :ime to complete .;i Germany. A date has now been next week al wh ch Rebei j Baum will meet to ie results of the inves i



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Friday. April 28. 1961 *Jeni§fi fkr id/fan Page 9-A What of Algeria Jewish Community? Continued from Page 1-A shout 1o (urn back? Are the old i to return?"' Only a few weeks before. Mo-. !, m crowds had desecrated their i ncienl synagogue; the Torah. tern to shreds, littered the dusty hold. .Jewish shops were d, women and children asd, swastikas daubed and. all, the Jews discovered to dismay the implacable l. • '. ol iheir "friendly Moslem i hors." ard old woman. Mrs. Ne| Mizrachi, told the social u < %  a! the communitj shelti r i | b-el-Oued: "1 have lived in i same house with the same neighbors for over j Last night they tried to i r me." • -h families, which had II" 1 the strife-torn Casbah, told similar stories. The Jews were pecial butt of Moslem hatred fury. They had been singled ( from the Kuropean mass by the rioting crowds. Anxious Jewish families asked themselves: • VV1 \ Why the hatred, why the i. • cor? Since its inception the Jewish community has closely associated Itself with the European minority. This was due both to its gratitude and loyalty, and to its common cultural and economic background with the European settlers. In spite of this association, many Jews were in the front ranks of those supporting a similar emancipation for the Moslem masses. For long the Arabs understood this stand. When the Vichy authorities, which had deprived the Jews of their French nationality. explained this decision as a move towards racial equality, Ferhat ..s — now head of the rebel A'uerian Provisional Government. i swered: "The way to equality is to | note us, not to downIt '.lie Jews S nee then, however, the situIK:drasticallj changed Six rs ago. crd war broke out the Moslems Started con.-:,! ering the Jews — who hav< been living in Algeria tor over 1.000 years — ;i:: section <>t the conn Iry's native population which has chosen, out of its own volition, to extremist elements among the European settlers. Jews helped to man the barricades raised by extremist settlers last January in their attempt to forcibly oppose the French authorities. Jews volunteered for the Algerian Home Guard units which were led by i \ tremisl (dements, and certain Jews openly supported the more questionable methods used bj the police. Although Jew.participated in the.-,' instances in their individual capacity, the Moslem population now holds the entire Jewish community responsible. These seeds fell on the fertile ground of latent North Alriean anti-Semitism, with the result that the Moslem hatred of the Jews has reached a new peak. Within the European minority, interracial friction also rears its ugly head. The French settlers have openly shown in the past their anti-Semitism. It was at their request that the Vichy authorities deprived the Algerian Jews of thfllr French nationality. One of the most virulently antiSemitic newspapers in pre-war days appeared in North Africa, and a social barrier continues to separate the Jews from the rest of the European community. Even today, in spite of rising common danaors. the Jewish-European alliance is based on neces sity and not on any mutual understanding or s\ mpathy. Political developments outside their control can only make the position of AlgeriaJews even more precarious. Between tl < %  hammer and the anvil, they are faced on the one hand by Moslem rancor and latent anti-Semitism and on the other hand by the settlers' neo-fascist leanings and anti-Jewish sentiments. -hie with the French mialists. An FLN pamphlet, last year, clearly charged that certain Jews "betrayed their mother country" and warned them that "they will suffer the consequences." Theoretically, the Jewish com munity tried to steer a neutral course while supporting the country s legal French authorities. A number of Jews, however, associated themselves with the more Rabbinical Convention Opposes U.S. Aid to Religious Schools Continued rrom Page l-A nst the : rtvolvement of any ci in govsrnment or of the T-ment in the affairs of any %  eiigous institution. We must r-,i r.foin this clean separation. Thi principle in no way implies *Hc lack of respect by govern%  rent for relig on." bi Sandr iw alluded to an ii r section if his talk in which d declar-d hidevotion to i Jewish educational instills, but < eclared that such "must be supported by the who want their children I in them or hv Jewish comi .. councils or Welfare funds derations whose responsibili' ito enhance the teaching ol n our c ( mmunities opening session also hear : --ion< ( pica tor a deeper merit to religion and Jew ludy from a layman. The %  %  v w:iIrving Kane, id Cleveho lpre-ideiu of the Council \ GUS /SHAW STIAMSMIP r >10T£L SHAW IRAVEl SERVICE. Inc. IS N C I'/iH Si. M f>h IK 4-2604 of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. "The difficulty with many discussioi of the American Jewish comi. ity is that they have somehow overlooked the American Jew," said Mr. Kane. "1 believe that at Least in America. Jews will ultiy survive as a religious community, or not at all. When we are asked what it is that has en abled our people to survive against all outrageous fortune, against all obstacles, we know that it has been our faith. It is our highest credential in a non-Jew ish world. "What are sometimes referred to as secular activities, because they are not directly under synagegee ausp-ces, are not only necessary but they, too, are Toran, for they were born of and are informed and infused by our religious faith. Judaism as a religion has always been a social force — it is the application of timeless principles to timely problems," Kane declared. Calling lor a new. "do-it-yourself" pi igram lo build an American Jewish culture, Kane said: "The spread and the deepening of Jewish knowledge cannot be delegated to 'otherIt will not he provided in Mine detached national or international stratosphere. WORLD TRAVEL PAN-AMERICAN BANK BIDG. MIAMI, FLA. Vi EUROPE ISRAEL (wih or w.lhoul arrangements) 23 to 37 days 1 or 2 weeks from $448 lLd,ld lour Cos,) Departures every week end For INFORMATION and RESERVATIONS Call GUS SHAW SHAW TRAVEL SERVICE 35 N.E. 17th Street, Miami Tel. FR 4-2604 RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO Spiritual Leader of BETH DAVID Miami's Pioneer Congregation invites YOSJ to Join Him on an All Jet Tour of ISRAEL ISRAEL AIRLINES EUROPE 21 DAYS ALL INCLUSIVE FROM MIAMI TO MIAMI $1395.00 THE ITINERARY FOR BETH DAVID CONGREGATION TOUR Leave Miami Wednesday, July 26th New York that evening Arrive Tel Aviv the next day, Thursday, July 27th. Sightseeing Tel Aviv then Jerusalem — Tiberias Haifa Beer Sheba Neqev — stopping for all historic spots throughout Israel. Timeto visit friends and for shopping ... A stopover in Rome, more sightseeing then Paris and of course ... a complete tour Last stop London and more sightseeing, before returning to Miami. The finest accommodations in first class hotels — De Luxe meals — luxurious sightseeing coaches — English speaking guides. for all information phono Beth David FR 1-4795 J


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SABEl GROVE f I v W. n j Ht HC £/ie 1/ omaw 3 IMorU "dfewiisli FlLoridliaiti Miami, Florida, Friday, April 23, 1961 Section 3 The David Millers, of La Gorce dr., spoke so enthusiastically Iheil recent vacation at Indies House, Duck Key. that the Earl rtnoys, 5000 Cherokee ave., friends and business iss elates, debed to try it for themselves and will leave early in May No in-law trouble here: Simon and Gert Bressler just returned bin a trip to San Juan They are the parents of Helyne 'Mrs. jmneth) Treister Stopped off here, picked up Bob i Mrs Arthur) leister, Kenny's mo'.her. and whisked her oif for a visit with them Atlanta \ BO in Atlanta is Milton Balsam, the Alney exec, and financial \ ary of Greater Miami Jewish Center He Left Wednesday I > attend t era section biennial of the National Jewis [, Board He's particularly pleased that wh he have a chance i visit with his son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and lr" an i Shaw, their n [ son, Jamie Allen, Cindy, 7. and Adrian. %  n be home by Monday. -<£ • c -till more >n Atlanta .. The Alumnae i : Phi Sigma ilj honored Mrs Victor Reiter and Mrs ph Klein li at a lunch there They are repi Ing th EM i 1'hi Sigma 3 jma traveling throughout Florida, Ge ;ia Kentucky Reiter is n ional expansion director, and Mrs i is I. tera expans 11 chairman O'her lunche leir \ were gtver a^ the i'hoenix hotel in Lexington, Ky.. by the \ .li Alumn i". and at the Brown hotel by the Lou:ipWednesday they ribbon pledged the Beta Sigma colony of S gma Sigma on tie campus of the Universi ; rampa, with Lucille King v dean of women, representing the L ut irslty of -* L ts of happy girl talk at home of Mrs. Milton Linn on Pine dr.. Houseguests for a week were her sister. Gertrude (Mrs. |t Rubinstein, who left her two daughters and husband a: i< in Hewlett. L. L. and Edith Cramer, who left husband Sol in ^a! Neck [*ime was spent shopping and talking; sunning and png: and swimming and talking Entertaining for the visitors hided a dinner party at home of Mrs. Ethel Gerson in Coral Bes Main course, Chicken Kiev, one of Ethels most delecle concoctions Same group at lunch a few days later at the |ericana Mrs. Jack (Sadie) Salomon and daughter, Linda, of 6040 La re r hosted a buffet brunch recently for 22 members of ."X and their mothers Business of the day was installation lew pledges Linda, 16. is a student at Miami Beach High Mr-. Georgs (Helen) Cheren, of Hardee rd.. Coral Gables, left Manhattan Tuesday to visit with family and do the theatres .. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hyman returning to their C.licag) home office early in May after a two-month visit here combining liness with pleasure Larrie and Arlene Blasberg spent the weekend sunning, fishing rtlaxing at Nassau Beach Lodge. was a 65th birthday for Sam Blank, president of National |ands, Inc.,.of Miami, and the Founders Club of Mt. Smai Hospital lored him for his many years of community service at a luncheon )nday at the Fontainebleau hotel Members of the club are in and women who have contributed $50,000 or more to Mt. Sinai tepital. Mr. B ; ank is both a trustee of the hospital and a mem|r of the club Visiting here with Miami area friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Inid Cook, are the Samuel Grabels. of Brooklyn, who are vacaig at the Dea i hotel He's a CPA Enid Cook is li : chairman a.id corresponding secretary of Ada b i shurun %  V.crhuod And from far away Carracas, Venezuela, the David Israels lending a few days with his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Yanoi/. who entertained them at dinner at the Royal Hungarian resi rant. •* •* Knowing from exoerience that conventions, while can i be exhausting, Mrs. Rhea Gladwin, founder of v\ linen's Dmi. chamber of Commerce of Surfside, Bal Harbor and Bay Hark Isle, is planning a cruise out of New York to Jamaica a I I N IS|u Following a t Ml lance at two conventions She leaves Friday ttend the first In Washington. D. C. from Apr. 30 to May 3. and on the executive committee of Southeastern regional conference Women in Chambers of Commerce Also founder and chairlan of Sur-Bal-Bay Library project. Rhea will then attend the reunion of the Ezra Cornell School of Hotel Administration at frnell University, Ithaca. N.Y.. from May 5 to 8 The cruise return her to Miami around the middle of May About midway through their Mexican honeymoon 'raw are Mr. W Mrs. svdney Luau) Mass She's the former Elizabeth Ann lathman They were married Sunday. Apr. 23. in Temple Beth olom Over 40 friends attended and a reception and luncheon the Fontainebleau followed. Mrs. Sam Luby. women's division chairman of a Westview %  untry Club dinner to be given May 11 for Cedars of Lebanon [ospital, will host a coffee for her committee Thursday, \.ay corge Jessel will be toastmaster of the dinner, and ^''"f ^L^ner' in is Sam Luby. as.s ( sted by Morris Lomaskin ana Dr. Max Pepptr. A first son. David Allen, born to Mr. and Mrs. Bur ton Ca mil e rtin on Mar 23 al M Sinai Hospital Waiting a home, 1715 |K 3 ct., No. Miami Beach, for him v ; ; • kents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Arkin r Island First installation of officers and chairmen of the Bay Harbor Group of Hadassah, 13th group on the 13th anniversary of the Miami Beach chapter, will be held at the Singapore hotel on Monday noon. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple Menorah, will install (left to right) standing. Mesdames George Sogg, Youth Aliyah chairman; Harry Burstein. financial secretary; Joseph Epstein, membership vice president; Mac Toleman. corresponding secretary. Seated left to right) are Mesdames Barney Davis, fund-raising vice president; Carl Tyson, education vice president; Ellis Amdur. president; and Meyer Gordon, program vice president. IV.RS. LAWMNCt SILVERMAN Mrs. Laurence Silverman Will Take Over As President of Jewish Home Auxiliary HFff Lift OfDICATfD TO TMf AGtD SB STORY, PAGE 4-B After ten years of leadership as president of the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged. Mrs. Sol Silverman will relinquish her office to another Silverman. Mrs. Lawrence (Sharii Silverman. but no relation. Installation luncheon will take place Thursday noon. May 4. in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel Invocation will be by Jack Entine. Mrs. David Phillips, nominating chairman and toastmaster, will present Judge Harold Spaet, honorary president of the Jewish Home for the Aged Will install the newly-elected officers. Women's Division of Florida AJCongress Will Hold Joint Installation on Tuesday The Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will hold a joint installation of chapters and the division at the Algiers hotel or. Tuesday. A luncheon called for 12 noon will honor the outgoing officers of the divisions and chapters. Rabbi Leon Kronish, president of the South Florida Council, a:: I spiritual leader of Temple Beta Sholom. will be the installing officers. A musical program by the University of Miami Troup will be featured on the program. Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet will be installed as president of the Florida Women's Division. Serving witn her will be vice presidents. Mesdames Albert Ladd. Irving Quartin, Richard Votra and Herbert Zame; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Mary Silep Cohen; recording secretary, Mrs. Jacob Sternberg; and treasurer, Mrs. Harry Krupin Serving as pre '' •' '••' v ami chai Winer. Otli Rosenstein, Juius W. Schwartz, Richard Votra. Hyman Weiss and Herbert Zame; corresponding secretary. Mrs. John Stiber; financial secretary, Mrs. Sam Penchansk;.: assistant financial secretary. Mrs. Isaac Weinberger; and treasurer, Mrs. Albert La Serving apresident of the Louise Wise chapter will be Mrs Joseph White. Other officers elected are vice presidents. Mesdames Delia Delancy. Lillian Goodman. Jean Hayes. Samuel Herder an I Harry Koretsky; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Louis Cohen; recording secretary; Mrs Mary Silep Cohen, financial secretary. Mrs. Sidney Block; and treasurer, MrMae Sucher. The Biscayne and Herzl chapters will hold their installations at a later date. Mrs. Albert Zuckerman. president of the Biscayne chapter, and Mrs. Herman Feller. %  repres ml ir .•;.. % % % %  • %  '-. In presenting the gavel to the incoming president. Mrs. Sol Silver man will give a resume of the many accomplishments achieved by the Women's Auxiliary during her ten years as president. The incoming president has already established her leadership capabilities in the community. ha\ ing been founder and first pr dent of the Junior Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged. Bay Har bor Unit, and is at present Hadas sah Medical Organization chair,u the new Bay Harbor Ha.... ah. During her nine years a resident here .she has made impressive and lasting contribuI on to the Bay Harbor community, and the many civic and phil anthropic organizations under her leadership." Along with Mrs. Lawrence Silverman .the following officers will also oe installed. lames Sol Silverman. honorpresiaent: Fay Ablin, Sa i and Benjamin Orlow, vice lent; Max Greenberg, Herman Jacobs. Baron de Hirsch l Sparber and T< Suss in honorary vice presidents. Joseph Meyer, financial secretary. Treasurer. Mrs. Frances Entine; parliamentarian, Mrs. Ir\ing Cypen; chairman of by-laws. Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mrs. Isidor Cohen I founder ol the Jewish Homi Iged and life trustee. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program chairman, will present the popular entertainer Kay Harrison. a> panied at the piano by Mrs Bibor Stern. Edie Walker will also entertain, accompanied by Peggy Brow Luncheon reservations can be made w Samuel B istph Meyer, and Mrs. Ben On



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Page 6-A Jen is* fhriJi3ir Friday. April 28, Kennedy Hails Israel on 13th Anniversary Fete Continued from Page 1-A tjint and Catholic churches parti opeted in the ceremony at City Hall at which a soecial proclama tion issued by Mayor Robert Wagner declaring the day as "Israel Independence Day" was read. A special prayer was delivered by the Rev. Dan M. Potter, executive director of the Protestant Council of the City of New York, nd the benediction was read by ine Very Rev. Msgr. Timothy J. Flynn, representing the Catholic Archdiocese of New York. \i : stark delivered the keyn '< dress The Jewish War \ etei s ol I he United States .i> well as other veterans organitations representing the Police and Fire Depart; ments of the City ol Sew York. staged an impressive massing of colors which Included the flags ol the United States. Israel and the United Nations Dr. Binyamtn Elia\ Israel's Consul General, after reading a n i sage from Prime Minister Ben liurion to Ma> •V\ agner, lol lathering of Israel's appreciati m i the "unbreakable ties which together the people ol New York \ i'.lt the citizens I isi acl's anniversary was also at the I nited N'a i Coma} •" ae s del ition. was Menta! Health Fair at Temple Israel Will Feature Battery of Panel Sessions dental Health Soeiel> of Greater m w ill present its annual Men Health Pair this year on Tues, at [empie Israel rheme will be '"You and Men tai Health." and the day long schedule ol discussions, movies and i shibits will t o> er everj phase ol ital health from w is It?" I) tiu "Problem ol \U> v onj '"• rhe Mental He th Sot etj • e ol the United Fund agi ptforing over MW health and wel f; e sen res to all cituens f Dade ntj Mrs St. Julien P. Ro5emond. en air man of the Fair and cccnairman Mrs. Robert C. Hec tci said they anticipate a better Fair than ever held before this ten primarily due to the excellent facilities offered at Temple Israel and the unsurpassed cooperation of Rabbi Joseph Narot, who will also participate in seve ie\ discussion sessions. Ed Cohen, rempie manager • staff have be n just w Mrs %  ;. -• %  •%  an I e v lewish u m n whose ra mbers father and Son Minyan Minj an spot he Men's C Grant la Jew tj Cent. v i th "i tig sell Sunday ai Sei v i f in %  • English ; lie manj diverstl have given a great Fair poss bl< v ._. t he d -issi • %  pre -.,-••, : are "Socia of Pr Sch • il Chil I i Mrs ,.-. -%  • : ,. %  atet Miami lewish Commumt) Center, will Williams David, Dr Erma ; lard Gn Mrs • \ ton will act as u stess VI i assell, of the Mian % %  % %  i will speak on "The Bible and Mental in another session at the Fair Mrs Kenneth DeGarmo will hostess inj \\.!\> to Help Disturbed Children" will be discussed at .1 panel chaired b> Mrs Harold E Druker. w ith pane isl • Adelio \ and Or Isaac Amber. \ • | tute, M< :" Mrs Wi > will be v.. stess Charles Plotkin. director services to Senior Citizens of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers wi'l take part in a panel discussion on The Development of Senior Day Centers." Malcolm Ross will be chairman of the panel, and Marvin S. Schreiber. executive director of Senior Day Centers another United Fund Agency will be panel_ ist. Mrs. Adaline Skinner will be hostess. \. tivities %  at 8:3 a.m and i ll %  diplomats, leading members of the l \ Secretariat and prominent per'ties invited to a special gala event celebrating Israel's Independence Da} At the same time, Dr. Elia> was host to several hundred members ol the Israeli colony m Sou York and leaders of the Jewish communit) in Sew York at an e Daj part} held al the Israeli a nsu att neral nee anniversan seph Meyerhc.tf. e %  n '" :• Appeal who decdared that Amei IV€ Deen %  Israel's irly a m icm on the road At the same Herbert A Friedman, • \ v live vice-chatrmat sai I to i \ in Jewish ( nit} gar M provides us to measure ... [i as that ''i Inch has -row ii : f matunt; %  naturil • %  : x I' .' .: as we as The American Z.onist Council, representative of all Zionist organizations and groups in the Un ; te= States with an aggregate of 750.000 members, called upon American Jews to re-commit themselves to aid Israel, economically socially and politically, on trie eve of the 13th anniversaryRabb Miller, presides Dr. Fabric Will Take 3rd Term Dr Ben !. Fabric will be inR I gene La i j third term as % %  -,•• %  rvices 5 Serving fill be 1 the American Zionist Council. Issued the call to American Jewry, marking Israel's anniversary. He urged "greater efforts not only for the economic stability of Israel" but also "to ensure its position as a bulwark of democracy in the Middle East He called also for the strengthening of -the bonds ot fellowship" between American Jews and Israel, urging the Jews in this country to commit themselves." along with the Israelis, "to the common task of making the ideals ,, ; judt ism c me true." Fr im Israel came a message Dewe} : Stone, chairman of the Jev ish Agency tor Israel, and lirman of the United / -Like the father of Mitzvah." stated Mr. v> • Jews on this 13th anniversary of Israel's indepenrealize thai their task has not yet implete Trie anniversary. ne pointed out, "is no i d milestone" and American Jews r tforts in tht y< ars resident ol Zionist Organization of ABNrto declared in a special message thai •in this solemn hour, we rede-li' cate ourselves anew to the fulfill mem of the great and Jcred finished tasks devolving upon tha Zionist movement a> reaffirmed al the last World Ziom>t Congress/' Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky, ni. tional president of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organ iation tf America, said that her organhj. tion "joins with freedomloviivj peoples everywhere" in Celebris ing the anniversary. Th.' Israel Bon I Oi % %  an i nounct'' thai scores ol sp ings and rallies bond drive".spri honor ot Israel's 13tl Ninety-eight leadei ; campaign in the L'nite IS' Canada sent a cot • Prime Minister D.i. I ". on, pledging anev 'to h attain its goals of I peace ilai %  nd I workand : out the ted with Israel's ing Israel's %  ..-. la-t 1 :• • Special Honor For Youngsters special I .... .• same Beth Ktdtsk Men's Clvb i ar.t a she* >. fcM. >*-> at :W Cutler R***e Sawpptes St a I t Gol det rates v -• t Bar v. take plact nW j Ma> •" The dinner will also be the occasion for the installation of Samuel Friedland as chairman of *he Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, and of the other officers and board cf oovernors of the comcni*tee. I be evet lias States Far M.::Mmstees E rw.i::uc^ (ac the Games :: l .<: Normm Atfcin* noted berrton* star of opera *e4ers>on and ttse c —c e rt st9. wtll be a special Svest star in The Saga of Israel to be p#e*ened a He 2"v Aik.-> -ahewe reve*: i?pea.-i3 press :W ijsoer CR. BIN L. fABKIC s ray A. Shi drj Harr and nan S Murraj \ Shae %  secre spond%  • s S !-i a %  v %  %  • \ LAND THE STARTING PLACE Community grow*r< sfarfs wifn land development. Raw land is cleared and graded, sidewalks and utilities insra'led lots platted for hom building. To accomplish this requires large sur-i of money. Confident of Florida's future growth and seeing the need for new communities. WASHINGTON FEDERAL no makes funds available for Land Development Loa-s. Trese we" secured loans earn dividends for our savers arparmif development of idle land for the new commu"ities that wit! be :cc.pied b> Florida's continually grow. Ing population. 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Friday. April 28, 1961 +Jmhti fhrkttun Page 7-A CJA Will Hear Final Report Tabulation At 'Appreciation Luncheon' on May 8 A final tabulation oi funds raised jir the 1961 Combined Jewish ApIreal will be announced at the final IC.1A report meeting and 'Apprec|j;;tion Luncheon" called lor MonUaj noon, May 8, in the Bescayne Terrace hotel. According to campaign ciiairman Joseph M. Lipton, all divisions lave entered a clean-up push pretdiing the report date, to amass Ji greatest possible number of pe Iges tor support of Miami's weiI re services and lor the aid of ;wcomers to Israel. Volunteer! and division chairnen will convene for luncheon ICCJ Names lo-Chairmen [Mitchell Sirgany. Dr. Charles i;:.r. Tharp and Richard F. Wolfwere elected co-chairmen of board of governors of the Na [inal Conference of Christians Id Jews at an annual meeting of CCJ's Florida region recently .Vi'ham Singer was named to rve on the board for a three-year rrn and James A. Ryder, for a lr-. year term. (' I. J. McCaffrey was reted secretary for a one-year tei i Ray H. Monsell. trcas %  r a one-year term. I' nanimously reelected to the m. %  governors for a thn i J. term were Dr. J. L. Bass. roe Brunstetter, Rev. Fred E. !)r Ira F. Davis. Mrs. Marie litcrline. Leo A. Furlong, jr., H. |. pi r, James M. LeGate, Mrs. i Brenner Meyers, anil John k" ..mi included the annual rebrl of Max J. Karl, director of h NCCJ office here, and a talk p Marcos Kohly. Florida director the Organization ol American ll en May 8, fo report the final rundown on pledges collected in some 40 campaign units covering trades, professions, and residential areas, in a hard-driving effort which began last January. Lipton this week issued a "last call," urging CJA workers to cover all their pending assignments and be ready to turn in pledges and checks at the report luncheon meeting. Deeply concerned with the results of the linal session will be a number of local health, welfare. anJ educational agencies which depend on Federation's annual fundraising cfiort for their lull or partial support. These include: Mt. Sinai Hospital. Bureau of, Jewish Education. Jewish Home for the Aged. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Jewish Vocational Service. Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund. Jewish Family and Children's Service, and the National Council of Jewish Women's Nou Americans Program. Among the campaign division chairmen who will submit their CJA totals at the meeting are Carl Susskind, chairman of the Business and Professional Men's Council; Mrs. Morris Goodman, chairman of the Women's Division; Joseph M. Rose and A. J. Molasky, .Miami Beach Residents; and Judge Harold Spaet, General Solicitation. Broward Group Helps Hospital A $5,000 grant to National Children's Cardiac Hospital has been i announced by Ronald A. Nelson, executive director of the Heart Assn. of Broward County, in recognition of the hospital's "outi standing community service renI dered to Broward county children in need of diagnosis and treatment for heart disease." Accepting the award were William Manner, acting executive director ol Children's Cardiac Hospital, and clinical director Dr. Francisco A. Hernandez. The grant will be used to help maintain the out-patient clinic, which serves thousands of South Florida youngsters annually. Nursery Tots Take Tour Temple Emanu-El's tiny nursery tots visited the Beach Post Office last week and were treated to a tour of the city's postal facilities. Nursery school, open to children he. tween 3 and 5 yearof age, is under the supervision of Mrs. Naomi Brandeis. Nurserj school is in -c--ion five days each week from 9 to 12 noon, with transportation provided to and from the home. Ernest Janis, a vice chairman of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal, is shown urging volunteer workers to complete theii assignments and bring results to the final report meeting and "Appreciation Luncheon" on Mcy 8 at the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Beth Torah Will Honor Teachers Beth Torah Congregation will honor its faculty of 20 teachers at a special service Friday night, in conjunction with annual 1'TA Sabbath and National Hebrew Tea chers Day to be observed May 4. Mrs. Sair. Lob. president of the ions school PTA. a n d Mrs. Richard Sreider. president of the nursery school PTA. will presenl greetings. Members of the faculty are Mes dames Jack Diamond, Simon Gilad, Samuel Mendeiowitz, Saul Freehtel. Rudolph Wichter. Joseph Greenberg, Irving Seidel, Samuel Siegel, Max Ginesin, Abraham Allgenstein. Alfred Kart>. Charles Ad ler, Arthur Hirschberg. Arthur Co hen. 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Page 10-B vJewist fierid/atjn Friday, April 28. 1981 President Kennedy Hails Confab. Opener As 66 Women Launch Biennial Here Evening Group, youngest division of the Greater Miami Section. National Council oi Jewish Women, will install its officers for the comng club year at a ceremony at the Biscayne Terrace hotel on Monday evening. May 10. Left to right are Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Section president, installing officer; Mrs. Morris Futernick, newly-elected president; Mrs. Richard Myers, vice president of administration; Mrs. Mike Segal, vice president of membership; Mrs. Sidney Indiain, vice president of public affairs. Not shown are Mrs. Richard Maisel, vice president of service; Mrs. Ronald Davis, recording secretary; Mrs. Robert Burger, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ed Sirkin, financial secretary; Miss Lois Feldstein. treasurer. Mrs. Lewis Kanner. chairman of the evening, has planned a fashion show coordinated by Mrs. Mike Segal and Mrs. Jack Goldsworth. Greater Miami Section Will Install; Mrs. Lewis to Assume Second Term Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, will install Mrs. Sidney Lewis for a second term and eight division presidents in a joint ceremony at a luncheon on Wednesday at the Al-, giers hotel. Division presidents to be installed with Mrs. Lewis are Mesdames Harry Orleans. Bay Division; Hirold Zeeman. Biscayne; Joseph^ Klein, Indian Creek; living E. Mil" ler. Islands; Jack Chanin. Lincoln; William Altman. Shores; Bernard Ye-ner. Sunset. Mrs. Morris Fuioinick will be installed as president of the Evening Division, along with the other officers for this group, in ceremonies at the Bistayne Terrace hotel on Wednesday. May 10. Mrs Lewis will be installofficer. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginslmrg is chairman of the Installation luncheon Mrs. Howard Grove is co-chairman Mrs. Samuel Gertman. past presi< t :it of the Greater Miami Section. will give the invocation, and Mrs. Aaron Farr. a national board member, will install the officers. Theme for the day is "Council Scores \gain With Grand Slam of t h e Y' ir." Other officers to be installed are Miami Section. Mesdames Raymund Rubin. William I. Brenner. Meyer Baskin, Florence Comanor. Edwin Oppenheim. vice presidents; Jack Chernau. recording sccretarj: Frank Weiss, financial secretary; Leonard Bursten, corresponding secretary; Maxwell Hyman, treasurer. Bay Division. Mesdames S. Charles Fisher. Lawrence Lipkin, Milton Levenson, Carl Ettinger. vice presidents; Bertram Schrank. recording secretary; Joseph Gleisher. corresponding secretay; Emanuei Rothbart, treasurer. Biscayne Division, Mesdames Samuel Kirstein. Cyrus Margulis. Jerome Maxwell. Bernard Hamersmith. vice presidents; Joseph 1 Swee. corresponding secretary; A. David Ray vis, financial secretary; Joseph Sperling, recording secretary; Irving Ratner. treasurer. Evening Division. Mesdames Richard Myers. Mike Segal. Sidney Indgin. Rick Maissel. vice presidents; Edward Sirkin. financial secretary; Ronald Davis, recording secretary; Miss Debbi Burger, corresponding secretary; Miss L"iFeldstein. treasurer. Indian Creek Division. Mesdames Henry Hersh. Lou Margulies. Milton Weissherger, Joseph Barrett, vice presidents; Leon Cohen, corresponding secretary; Samuel Polinsky. financial secretary; Roland Oppenheimer, recording secretary; Prances Friecland, treasurer. Islands Division. Mesdames Dan Wax, Robert Somerstein. Frank Delford, Emanuel Pollack, vice presidents; Herbert Sobel. corresponding secretary; Benj. Bonder, recording secretary; Fred Meyer, financial secretary; Joseph Levine. treasurer. Lincoln Division, Mesdames Mil, ton Ratner. Carl Katz. Miss Elsie Schwabe. Ethel Goldstein, vice presidents; H. Robinson, corresponding secretary; Miss Susan Berkowitz. financial secretary; Mrs. Leon Jacobs, recording secretary; Mrs. A. Booxbaum, treasurer. Shores Division, Mesdames Louis G Gordon, Eugene Fierer, Stanley | Pred. Myron Weitzman. vice presi! dents; Stanley Wolff, corresponding secretary: Dorothy Stone, financial secretary; Joseph Roden; berg, recording secretary; Robert Telmach. treasurer. Sunset Division. Mesdames David Rifas. Ben Trupkin, Meyer Brilliant. Ted Berman. vice presidents; Louis Beck, corresponding secretary: Herbert Linick, financial secretary; I. Clarence Levy, recording secretary: Alfred Lewis, treasurer. President Kennedy called on B'nai B*rith Women's support of the nation's educational.and welfare —programs*— Monday before opening of the organization's biennial convention in the Carillon hotel on Miami Beach. His message to l.OOO delegates of the Jewish women's service organization was read aloud to kick off the five-day parley teaturing Mrs. Esther l'eterson. assistant to the CJ.S. Secretarj of Labor and chief of the Women's Bureau, as keynote speaker •'We depend on organizations such as yours ... to bring rebel to a world wasted by hunger, disease and tyranny." wired the President. "1 ask your support in efforts to elevate the quality ot our education and to strengthen our health and welfare programs." Mr. Kennedy also praised B'nai B'rith Women for its principles 'embracing high ideals of humani tarian and philanthropic work over a halt century." B'nai B'rith Women President Mrs Charles D. Solovich, of Detroit. Mich., termed his words "unequivocally inspiring" in her preopening comment on the message Mis. Solovich. who is "First Lady" to 135,000 members through out the U.S. and Canada, said the Chief Executive's message "lends real impetus to our anticipation ot Mrs. Peterson's speech to the biennial session." TinLabor Department official, arriving from Washington. DC. Sunday night, talked on "Social progress — Whose Responsibility?" Noted as an expert on labor rela tions and problems of women workers, the dynamic Mrs. Peterson is one of the few women appointed to key government positions by President Kennedy. She has devoted her life to education and the labor movement. In her keynote talk Monday even ing, Mrs. Peterson declared: "For centuries the Jewish people have asked themselves. Am I my brother's keeper?'—and for centuries they have responded in the affirmative. Your work as B'nai B'rith Women is your reaffirmation of this traditional sense of rc-pon sibility. I hope that it will lead you. as individuals, to look for the social ills that are still so near to us —women still working long hours tor little pay and many talented and skilled workers denied jobs simply because of their race. "These things can be changed. You cau change them', by giving them your personal attention, by ;ecogni2iiuj these problems in your city, by serving in *mvmunity groups, by calling them to the attention of your state and national legislators, by opening your eyes." Establishment of a Homelront Peace Corps" to provide home hos-' pitality for dark-skinned visiting representatives of foreign nations often shunned because of color prejudice was urged by Mrs. Solovich in her opening address at the organization's biennial meeting at Miami Beach. "Women hold one of the keys to I a permanent peace—to open w ide the doors of America's homes, contributing meaningfully to the cause of international friendship." declared the top leader of the Jewish women's service organization. "There is no question of how we can best pieet the challenge that requires a changed approach to homefront problems." she said, pointing to the parley's theme: The Challenge to Women's Organizations—Changing Roles in a Changing World." She added that the emerging nations and under-' developed countries of the Free World are areas needing special attention in the quest for world peace Mrs. Weiss Will Host Luncheon Mrs. Milton Weiss, president of the Dade County Council PTA. will hold the final executive board meeting of the season at her home, 5815 Alton rd.. on Monday momine. Delegates to the national convention of Parents and Teachers, to take place In Kansas City on May 21 to 24. will be elected Delegates will also be elected to represent the Dade County Council at Summer Institute, which is a PTA short training course in Gainesville June 6 through 9. Following the meeting. Mrs. Weiss will entertain the board at lunch. Breakfast for Blood Donors Breakfast will be served all meml ra of Beth David who donate a pint of blood when the Dade County Blood Bank unit is stationed there Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon. Moe Atkins is chairman of Beth David Men's Club Blood Bank NIKS. BEN S&MUtlS Cutlers Observe 50th Anniversary JMff. AMD MRS. SAMUtl CUTlfR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cutler celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary at a dinner in the Cromwell hotel Sunday. Apr. 24, surrounded by their six children, grandchildren and many close friends. From New Jersey came Mrs Sophie Domb and her children and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baranoff and their family. From Jacksonville, there were Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Avchin. Miss Janet Cutler flew in from New Orleans, where she is attending Sophie Newcomb College, to meet her parents and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward I. Cutler, of Tampa. Local contingent included Martin Cutler and Mr. and Mrs. A. Budd Cutler and their youngsters. Betsy and Jeffrey. Other guests were the H. Bookspans and David Schuhmas, of Coral Gables, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tucker. Mrs. Ben Samuels New PTA Leader Irvin Katz. principal of Miami Beach Senior High School, will con duct a candlehghting ceremony celebrating the school's first birthdany in its new building and installation of new officers of the PTA on Tuseday. 8 p.m.. in the auditorium. Mrs. Ben Samuels, succeeding Mrs. Leon Green, is t h e newly elected president. Serving with her are Mrs. Alvin Savage .president-elect; Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Henrietta Mehiman 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. Mrs. Sybil Hancock, cafeteria manager, will be given a life memI bership in the Florida Congress ol j Parents and Teachers, an honor | extended to men and women who have served the community for the welfare of children and youth. A musical program will be given by the a capella choir. MRS. A. HERBEtT MAJHIS A Mrs. Mathes Will Take New Term As Women's Head Mrs. A Herbert Mathes has been nominated for a second term to head the Women's Auxihar) of Mt. Sinai Hospital Election of officers, to be followed by in-tall J tion, will be held at the organization's annual meeting and lunche >n on Friday noon. May 5, in the Fontaine room of the Fontainebleuu hotel. Serving with Mrs. Mathes will be Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. Mrs. Arthur Burrell. Mrs. John Owen and Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, vice presidents: Mrs. Joseph Duntov, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lawrence E. Singer, recording secretary; Mrs Yale N. Levinson, financial secretary; and Mrs. Raymond F'einer, treasurer. Saks Fifth Avenue will present a three-generation fashion show, including grandmothers, their daughters, and their grandchildren. Modeling the clothes will be members of the Women's Auxiliary, including Mrs. Jerry Blank and her sons. Mark and Andy; Mrs Melvin J Cohen and daughters. Elinda and Wendy; Mrs. Harry Frohman and daughter, Lynn; Mrs. Dores Frank enthal and daughter, Heidi; Mrs. Irving Goodman a n d daughters, Nan and Susan: and MrHarry A Lev} and daughter. Lisa. Mrs Inez Krensky. her daughter, Mrs Harry Smith, and daughter. Louann. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, daughter. Mrs. Jack Waxenherg. and daughter. Jeri Louise, will represent three generations. Teen age models who will participate are Miss Marcella Abess. Miss Janice Bloom and Miss Alexa Weiss. Mrs. E. E. Bloom is coordinator of the tashion show. Program chairman is Mrs. Harold Turk, who will introduce Mrs. Burt Haft, singer of light operatic arias. In charge of Tickets are Mrs. Sarah S. Fishman and Mrs. Irwm Weingroff, and tickets may also be obtained in the auxiliary office. Mrs. Alexander Libow and Mrs. Meyer Don are arranging the luncheon, and Mrs. Jay Siegel and Mrs. Harry Smith are coordinators of hostesses. The Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club is taking care of the Moral decorations for the luncheon. Harold Shapiro to Speak Luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith will be held Tuesday noon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Speaker will be Harold Shapiro He will discuss "Jewish National Fund Stamps and Zionism." Gershon S. Miller is chairman. Zamora Ladies In Annual Donor Sisterhood of Temple Zamora held its annual donor luncheon Sunday in the Starlight room of the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Greetings were extended by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Mrs. Ed Solomon. Sisterhood president, and Nathan Davidow, president of the congregation. Program featured the singing of Barry and Arlene Greenstein, hrother-and-sister team belonging to Temple Zamora, and a fashion show of ladies sports and beach wear from "Jo's Place," managed by Mrs. Irma Tescher. Chairmen for the afternoon were Mrs. Sam Rabenowich and Mrs. William M. Lauretz.



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Friday, April 28, 1961 +.Pwfcfi fhrktlftr) Page 3-B Mrs. Harris to Lead Emanu-EI PTA; Officers Will be Honored Friday Evening Mrs. Elliott Harris, member of members of the board of directors: the National Children's Cardiac Hospital, Pennsylvania Alumni Assn., and board meriber of the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI, has been elected president of the congregation's religious school Parent-Teacher Assn.. which she has served as vice president and recording secretary for more than four years. Mrs. Harris, a mother of two children, succeeds Mrs. Milton PeliCrt „'i'",m,, ,,, ler as president, and will be honHlmh .vn.i. Joi ored Friday evening with officers of the Sisterhood and Brotherhood of the Temple during late evening services. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader, will offer a special dedication service. Vli .• i.1 % %  -i,I.1,:.-. Menrlaineij I .1 Jl I'l.ikin. Slgmund Weliitraub, Spy. mi.inAlternmn, s..', Geltman, M Mulwel l> pT u T*l mp iwu retai Mrs William I Kin-. Financial secretary, Mis. Martin Borkan: nodal secretary, .\hIsaac Mizraiil correHiMincling aeerelarj Mr, Irwln Oars; 11 rasui • 1. MrMichael Horowiti! hktorlan. Mi .-. M01 ton Morgan N'ominuting committee Include* Ihe Mexclames Milton Keller, chairman, Irving Cypen, William Parr, Jack IMncus, Alan Itothstein, I. N Welnkle, ir* are Men lame> 181 1 %  11 Bachus, Hob Bezaik, Paul Blumhei-g-, Harry Brick, Philip 1 :> %  .... 1, Hartford Bui n.-. I r virtu Cypen, Murra; Deblinser, Meyei I |'-IIIM iiiiian. 1. ...11 RpHteln, Irvine Kini-iiiTK. Irving Mitel, Harry <:>isten, Leonard Fried land, Leonard rsilckman, Sol Oolilateln, Charles Insl,i'. JoMeph Jacobson. MeadameH Bernard lRS. ftlfOTT HARRIS Mertorah Ladies Name Mrs. Morse Mrs Ray Morse has been elected •0 succeed Mrs. A. Louis Meehlok\i / as rresident of Temple Monorah Sisti nood for the coming year 1961-62 The following officers Ivere al : elected to serve: Mesdames Al Schwarta, Lawnee '• • on. Irving Laibson, Herb % rt KapJan and Norman Harrow, \ 1 ;ir< dents; Franklin Nankin ling secretary; Lillian recording secretary: rviiUj \\chsler. social secretary; lymai Bergad, treasurer; Alvln ^ r, financial secretary; I lukler, historian; Philip lacoby, i ;.rliamentanan; and Sam jjelsky, cbaplain, ird %  :' directors elected !• %  wrve riuu u>'il-2 Include* Mesdamea -:n\v. Ptf I Beckman, Ben K Rural etn, Helen C*arw. 1 ., .11 1 Sum el, Joseph 1-cM la i-"ih, Sol Frankel, Lester din 1 B *nn '' %  "' tin in, Lee > %  .in R—-1 ITS, Isaac Sapli ;-, (tiff in, Ben S.hiani. win 1/. i: hard Kchwarti, \ 1.. >. •. iff, Rose Sche> in s %  i>.i\i.i Ringer, 1. T, I... .— mi • nbllck, Jai k lixlnrtli.irn I 'Wbln, (lolda Minuftiurv ,"-III.II,I Kaplnn, Eten Also elected to serve during 1961. Klempner, Murraj Koretiky, Albert 62 are the following officers Wd\\?*£' trt^-llr'i.me!? 1 ttl Raymond Malschick, Samuel Massor, Frederic Miller, Myron Mltnick, Harr> Morse, Julius Mufson, Albert Ossi|i Jack Plncus, Harold Rand, William 1:. in. Albert Reinhers, Mesdames Jerry Resnlck, Leo !<•>keach Harrj Rosenberg, Charles Rosenblatt Alan Rothstein, Lestei Rubin, Seymour Rubin, Simon Rubl 1, Marshall Ruff, Michael Schachter. Harold Segal, Philip Segal, Abraham Sheffman, Joseph Shulman, Stuart Simon, Joseph Singer, Bettj Sokol. 'I'll us Trent, Conine Tomack, I N W %  llkle. Il Turn Paul \\ ull Id. n Installation Will Mo in Weisbord, Murra) Well, •a. Susan Wlnton, Ussle rls Y •• %  • %  hi Maurlce t. A Memorable Summer for Your Youngsters Noiicn Segil Jerry Nudelman Winter Address 1000 ft W. leJeune Rood PO.E 35-955, Miomi. Flo. Gi.ou "A" NC Bd of Health On Beautiful Lake Osceola Hendersonville, N. C. > Riding • Water Skiing • Sports Arts Crafts and • Field Programs HI 4-2462 Opti-Mrs. Unit Fete Tuesday Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach and North Shore Opti-Mrs. have merged, and a luncheon meeting 1 will be held at the Seville hotel I on Tuesday noon. The men's group will be in at-1 tendance. Mrs Harry Raskin is chairman. A comedy skit. "A Day on the Franca C," will be presented with an all-Opti-Mrs. cast, written and directed by Mrs. Murray Sonnett. Stage effects and costumes are by Mrs. Stanley Peal. Among prizes to be awarded to luncheon guests will be an eleven-day cruise to the West Indies aboard the liner Franca C. Opti-Mrs. main project is providing care for emotionally-disturbed chilren at the Montanan Clinical School. Another project is to provide scholarships for nurses at JackSOll Memorial Hospital. Newly • elected president. Mrs. Melvin J Richard, will conduct the luncheon. CAMP SKY TOP runs DVY1 In Ifa tomtiM She Midge I U H *M ROSMAN, NORTH CAROIINA CANTOR JACOB U. 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Pace 6-B fJenitlh Htrkfrun Frid y. April 2= spe She GW twc cee em ght tha fret to I citi par pre cen ren Th( sso gat "or tor: the the em ing of cho fier Isa. for i the his of Ale end tive in < nes: the gre. gre Her bnl -...( cab •: c; c and S m • --; Hechts Tell Isabelle's Troth; Couple Plan for Summer Rites Mr and Mrs I'adore Hecht have School of Finance and Commerce .^ciTe engagement ol their at the Umver** f JSZtiEZ daughter, Isabelle Miriam, to Barv. here he was a number ot Sigma S L,„.once 0£h. o. r,, Ne* Af. M MM*. ^ ^ Long Island. NY. The bride-to-be. WOMAN OF THE WEEK In school, he was a regular quiz kid. Everybody knew him as a boygenius. He won every scholarship or prize th.it was offered, says Lillian. He majored in Greek and Latin, and was going to be an archaeolgist. Alter a whirlwind courtship of only eight years. Lillian who had spent her tune in college studying psyscology, became the wile of Rabbi Leon Kronish. Is there a difference in being an ordinary housewife and a rabbis housewife? Definitely, yes. But Lillian handles both with aplomb. Both Lillian and the Kabbi really like people. In their position, they have the opportunity to see and be with many people in all walks of life. Lillian is a warm and friendly person. At one time, she was on the Dade County Marriage Council, but now finds that she must confine her -rebbetzin" organization activities to being the "rebbetzin"" ot Temple Beth Sholom. She spends a great deal of time in counseling young people, a task for which ........ she was trained. L,L "* n The time that a rabbi can spend with his family is limited. Lillian has made one rule which is in force at all times unless there is an emergency. At the dinner hour, all ol the family is together. This is the most precious hour of the day for all of them. Kabbi Kronish reacs aloud from the Bible and they sing together. Saturday, too. is a family day at home, when they read and play chess and t nickers together. The Kronish family loves to travel. They believe in seeing America, and they have had some wonderful vacations, among them their stayin Maine. Their trip to Israel is another marvelous story. It isn't so much what you see, says Lillian, but the marvelous people you meet that makes life so interesting. Lillian's devotion to her family is paramount in her life. She is not a matriarch, but a bulwark of strength against which all lean. She has the knack of reviewing the problem at hand objectively. Once a week she slips quietly away and spends a few hours doing What she adores. In a private course, with ten other women and an instructor, they interpret and analyze poetry. Then back Lillian goes to her cooking, her soothing of ruffled feelings, her child counseling and the hundred-and-one things that make up a daj in the life oi a "rebbetzin." ISLAND HOPPING AROUND WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB The enchantment ol the South Seas was in effect at Westview Country Club when members held their Festival of the Islands. Polynesian lood. flowered shirts on the men. orchids flown in from Hawaii for the women, helped create the just right atmosphere. Even the entertainment, llame dancing, put the final touch on an exciting evening. Lots of people were there, including Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyers and their son. James— Fred is club president—the Joseph Liptons, the Milton Colemans, the Milton Niissbaums, and the Sol Cohens. MAE DAY Mae Day" at the Algiers hotel was really when the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations honored Mae (Mrs. Arnold) Perlstein. Si ngs by Paula Hoffman were Ming and. a spokesman from each table read what that table had to say about Mae. Fay Ablin got there just in time lor the toast. Miriam Sirkin kept looking at the wine glasses and whisper'Where did they come from? We aren't having wine! Just then, the wine steward came up to Arnie (Mae's husband), who was E :':!: next to her. and -aid. -Will the host please taste the wine before I pour it" Miriam heaved a sigh of relief; the mystery was solved It was a lovely party, and Mae has a newcharm for her bracelet. Much has happened during the last few years, and the friendships that have been made and the wonderful work tha! has been done by the women in this town were beautifully revealed by Mae when she sang "Thanks for the Memories." Of course you know—Mae has been director of the Women's Division of Federation. WHY DIDN'T HERS? Did you notice when Elizabeth Taylor received her Oscar the other night her eye make up remained perfect even though her eyes were lull ol tears? Well, when Bee (Mrs i. M i Weinstein gave her review ol "The Last ol the Just." at the Alpha Epsilon Phi scholarship book re view out at the sorority rooms on the UM campus, some of the listeners looked as if they had black eyes. There was a lot of nose blowing, too. Babbelte (Mrs. Bertram) Thorpe and her daughter. Iris (Mrs. Daniel) Franco. Ann (Mrs. Theo; Berman. Jackie (Mrs Bart) Cohen. Bee (Mrs. Alexander' Straus, Barbara (Mrs. Norman) Brown, Rhoda (Mrs. Morns) Levitt, and Marilyn Cohen were all having a crying good time. WEST WARD HO • +TWFV Meta (Mrs. Ronald) Berger is here from Chicago to visit her folks. Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz. She brought Jan Ellen and Louis, w ho are now as brown as berries. Of course, brother David, from New York, couldn't let a chance like this slip by, and he came flying home for a family reunion They are the reunjonist family. While she was here, Meta decided to have a luncheon for Vicki Ellen (Mrs. Joseph) Friedman, who is about to move to California. A large gilded cowboy hat filled with flowers made an attractive centerpiece. Cowboys, Indians, and Western travel posters hung on the walls. All Vicki needs, evidently, is a covered wagon. A late a graduate of Planned Miami Beach Senior High School. ajMl^ D *J is currently attending Emerson MlSS Miller DTICSe College in Boston, where she is ., majoring in speech therapy. Qf 01*. otdr Her fiance is the son ol Mr. and Mrs Philip Goldin, oi Great Neck. j 0 Ann Beverly Miller and Dr. He is a graduate of the Wharton Bruce S Steir exchanged marriage vow Sundaj aft< moon, \pr. 9. in MAI A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9 8401 ORGAN MUSIC FOR YOUR WEDDING CEREMONYBy JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN and his Portable Organ JE 80335 %  A.-:. MIS. tfCNm BAD; MISS ISABUlt NECMT Kane, Savransky Betrothal Told Mr. an:! Mrs. Aaron Savransky. 651 Jetferson ave announce the engagement of their daughter. Mar cia, to Murray Lee Kane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton R Kane. 1052 N\Y 176 ter. The bride-elect was graduated -umma cum laude from the University of Miami in Feburary, and is now teaching at Highland Park Elementary School while at the university, she was a member ol Alpha Lambda Delta, national women's honorary; Sigma Alpha Iota, music honorary: Phi Kappa Phi. scholastic honorarv; Kappa Delta Pi. education honorary; Alpha Sigma Epsilon. scholastic and leadership honorary; the Hillel Foundation: Theta Delta, religion honorary; and the American Mu sicological Society. Mr. Kane graduated cum laude from the University of Miami, where he was a member of Phi Eta Sigma, national freshmen's honorary; Alpha Epsilon Delta. premedical honorary; Beta Beta Beta, national biology honorary; l>< Ita Theta Mu, \nand Science honorary; and the University of Miami Circle At present, he is attending the University oi Miami school ol medicine, from which he will graduate in June. He is a member ol Phi Delta Epsilon, medical fraternity, and Alpha Omega Alpha, national medical honorary. They will be married June 1.1 NEW EFFICIENCIES AIR-CONDITIONED, HEATED Conple'ely Fjr-. Close to shopp.n : Beach. Yea-ly & S immer. 1121 Pennsylvania Ave 1-BEDR00M, EFFICIENCIES, HOTEL ROOMS 1055 Pennsylvania Ave JE 4-4328 he chapel e: Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi IrvinL Lthrman officiated, and a reception .r. the Carillon hotel followed The bride is the daughter of Mr ;,i!,l Mrs Samuel B. Miller. 9024 Harding ave. Dr. Steir is the son ol Mrs, I.t>8 Pennsylvania ave and t h e late Philip Steir The bride's brother. Jack Miller, served best man Following a honeymoon in Mexico, the newlyweds will reside in Miami Beach. The bride attended Rutgers University, and is a graduate of the Temple Emai University ol Miami. She is emof the marriagt Sunday, ADF ployed as an Krt teacher at Coral of Ju.iith L. \\.-(lal-les Elementary School. aid I. Badt The bridegroom is a graduate of The bride is th. daughter of] the Universit) of Florida and I'niand Mrs. Atr; \\. : ..!" 4 versity of Miami medical school. 2921 Sheridan ;,.< Mia:r; 3j He interned at Charity Hospital. The groomparents arc New Orleans. La and is complctMrs. Mende! i dl I Coloca.l iirj residency a*. Mr. Sinai HosThe bride is graduate of *>| Miss Wasserman Now Mrs. Badt Irving l.' v m's Dr. id! pi: ;il /m. Bnuct Sim ami Beach Si : Tolajl the Mandel Scl I I in New York. Mr. Badt receded h! from tin I %  • • and is a ph:.r studied phi ; v at Femi| Institute in Big The bride wedding gow: > -. over taifi ta, l chant! !y iactH fitted bodict vftjB bouffant skn French illusiof silk org.. with orange ned white on' %  u Bible Marshal! I : groom, was b si M M. Rosen, .i U> sister of the as I honor. The couple Ion chigan, when Ihi home. Rec< ; ed luncheon fol ding ecremi r • \ hotel Jackpot Fund Night Temple Zioi a Jackpot I : on evening al T< ZIOI W sion will inclu The luncti. n, i' m., fe itun IS BETTER BY FARR.. :



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Poge 8-A *>Jewlst flwktton Frida yApril 23, 1961 JNF Assembly to Hear Israel Consul, UM Law Dean in Program Saturday Awards to the winners of the annual essay-art contest of the Eurecu of Jewish Education are made to Ricky Lebowitz, of Temple Beth Am, first place winner in the art contest, and Doreen Ross, of Congregation Beth David, first place winner in the essay contest. Prizes to the 27 winners were awarded through the courtesy of the local Bonds for Israel committee. Mcking the presentations is Louis Schwartzman, director of 'he Bureau of Jewish Education. Beach Lodge Will Install Officers IRVING SCHATZMAV Pythians Gather For Convention S • 10 delegates an I guests i for the Florida 11 ••r Knights of Py (nans < tion al the McAllister hotel < through Thur-day. A bite speaking • Inesday with i inner ipcaker at the dinner, The following officers will also servo: Theodore M. Trushin. president-elect; Samuel Weincr. Jack August, and Joseph L. Goodman, vice presidents; Ben sine, recording secretary; Melvin Richardson, financial secretary. Many Alt man. treasurer; Herbert L. Heiken and Edward II. Levin, monitor.-; Max M. Friedman, and Ben Levin, guardians; and Abraham SwartZ, and Ben Moskowitz, wardens. Trustees are Jack M. Fink. (Worge Kronenijold, Michael Sossin. William Agranove, Harry B. Rogers. Gershoti S. Miller. Edwin Marger, William Bornstein and Milton Kahn. TV Commentator in Talk Wayne Farris, news commentator. WCKT. ch. 7. will be guest speaker at the "Strawberry Festival" celebration of the Senior Citi'.( 'iFriendship Club ci the North County YAiHA Branch on Tuesday evening, Farris will -peak on his trip to Russia last year with Gov. Collins in charge of information • :kets are Mi-, r.arah Madison.president, and Isidore Hirsch. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, said Wednesday that David Rivlin. Israeli Consul General, and Dean Thomas A. Thomas, of the University of Miami law school, will be guest speakers on the New Horizons" program of the JNF Assembly for Florida on Saturday night at the Fontainebleau hotel. The Assen blj has boon called to discuss the new tasks and respi sibilities entrusted t>' Jev i>!i N i tional iind in thi o\ er .11 land development program ol the Slate oi I-:v.' !. Under t'.-r> new law recently passed by the Knesset, the Jewish National Fund has been vested wi;h sole authority for all future land development, reclamation and afforestation in Israel. The "New Horizons" program ca'ls fr-r tha investment of 5250,000,000 for land reclamation work to be done within the next 20 years. The vast stretches of desert land in the Negev and western Galilee and the rocky hills of Judea, must bo reclaimed and an additional 2OO.U00.000 trees must be planted within the next five years. Israeli officials have estimated. Ri\lin is a member of the Israel Office of Information at the Israel Consulate in New York, lie was educated in Jerusalem, the citj of his birth, and studied philosophy, history and sociology at the Hebrew University, and international affairs at the University College MI London. A journalist and radio commentator, Rivlin served aJerusalem correspoi dent of • Davar" and "Hatsofe." Hebrew dailies, During World War II. he was in the Jewish Fighting Brigade ol the British Army, and saw active service on years, and a founder of that state's rare blood bank Election and initiation of officers for the Florida Grand Lodge were to be at 11 a.m., Thursday. Adolph A Rachline. Florida grand chancellor and an executive with Thurmond Monument Co., is convention chairman. GEORGE W. HIRSCH and STEWART L. KOHN CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THE ADMISSION OF LEONARD C. DORFMAN, C.P.A. (Fla., N.Y.) AS A PARTNER AND A CHANCE IN THE FIRM NAME TO HIRSCH, KOHN and DORFMAN CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS WASHINGTON FEDERAL. BUILDING 1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Elective May I, 1961 JEfferton 8-5S0? THE YEAH \Nth% ft. ACT/* DOWNSTAIRS ROOM SEVILLE HOTEL, 29th & COLLINS Reiervilionj: FRANK JE 1-7320 THE 1 Delightful Scxperience! H OWEN PHILLIPS' Coconut Grove Playhouse presents in DANE CLARK "Under tto ywrn/wnlhse' ALSO STARRING GEOFFREY HORNE 3500 MAIN HIGHWAY—MIAMI TICKETS NOW! Opening Tuesday, May 16 MOLLY PICON in "A MAJORITY OF ONt DAVID klVUH the Italian front. while still in Etrrop, ar ; on various missi. the Haganah. Dean Thomas is f t ..„ t on laws relating i e wills, •,, and corporations. He ho •; de grees from Syrac.se VandarMH and Harvard Univeri -ies ind i s at present associated w the University of Mia-ni £s Mutant dean and professor cf law, Dr. Irving Loir-:;.-. ol the Foundation '. i ,J tional Fund and -: ol Temple Emani Dean Thomas, turned from a • will give an eye• ; conditions in thi • %  Serving on th< B ijamii .' pp • Bi r ii r Folian I Dickman, Rz 1 %  man. -<>! G Pet r Heller. „,j K •. tney, Gershi n Miller, Joshua '.. Schatzman, Sai i • Schwartzman, A] .Joshua '/ %  Stadlan • \ Nathan Bookspan. Jacob Fred Jonas. Paulim ... \ lain Press, Isaac I. ,M, Wessel. EASTERN SHIPPING CORPORATION, Gen'l Agent MIAMI 1, FLORIDA • P.O. Box 88? fin 3) • Phone: fRonklin 3-8311 Open daity 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. • Sundays 10 o.m. to "5 p.m. or See Your Travel Aqrnl TT?pi0RE &rfi(W Private PJOI %  teach am Cscana CJ'on* 10TEL At 24th ST.. 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Page 12-B *> IfiwMhfBorktton Friday, April 23, 1951 ITWCT M> COWTANT •uy xuon Xm QtTHOOOX VAAD HAKASH1UTM O* ROtlOA ** %  • •• ** %  •* %  %  "• PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED LE! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this repeat sale! CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST! CHOICE OR PRIME BEEF Forequarters Sf)C lb. 175 LB. AVERAGE WHOLE RIB OF BEEF CHOICE OR PRIME 67 c lb. 32 POUND AVERAGE LAMB Forequarters 25 LB. AVERAGE 49?. BEEF CHUCK 110 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 56 c BONELESS TRIMMED BRISKET OF BEEF 12 LB. AVERAGE 83', lb. CHUCK OF LAMB 18 LB. AVERAGE 45 c lb. BABY GENUINE Steer Liver 10 LB. AVERAGE 49 c lb. Calf Liver 10 LB. BUCKET • I • c lb. STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW~PRJCES[ NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 209. CORAL WAY I CORAl ^ WAY 163rd ST. SHOPP.NG CENTER /VHJUVII | Westchester Shopping Plan NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD IN HOLLYWOOD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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April 28. 1961 *Jewlsti Fkiriidtii.iiri Page 13-A [ALES OF MORALS is jr. old Tdlmudic legend uit/t \i'.ili N absorption m %  g his iniivurd /ulloitiiii; the u. According to the legend happened along. When bfCtiN engaged in plantlines, Satan <:.-<;.,! "What li doing?" Li planting grapes tliui trill I lolly bring forth tome." re .\\>dh. "If you enter into ship ivith mf." offered S.iI' / u'ill m.iljf K urnic fatter fou u ill yet realise its I nil proposition pleased \ lah | ..,::'• tented. TI Sdtan 'in'.'i .-. lamb and | \,l the i i M inted \ ill it'ati he :' uifd Si in Ijill md on %  i id i %  [ rhi %  :. man >:;il n ma • After anotht • drml{, hi beti bi ..>; and attains the nmrAt the end i capers hire ..-i iipc Tin |. th • %  i • him behave Wjr u hog <& OL ^a/nt Of JH t lami s rCelicjloits eJL^ife Our Survival Must Assure S Safety of the Tender Soul c r v i c c s J h i 9 \AJ e e k e n a RABBI B. LtON HURW/TZ need for soul threw C_omcr.n/i'oii l 19 y 9 n j p p I : T T D 1 ? n-Virr ,OTnn a ,J 7iin I 1 ??"?tf 3in-ni-iiK nil v *• • : T : T lO^D Di"Q o^itf m^w • T • : • • T T ijpn ^xier 1 ? niws-i'? hnK D"-)B7y ^y nsoin L*??c?-!n nsren *?? (20 o ) bssn nfpa* *7c? ain 2,500 iy "nipDm T I • I T • T TV [sVis nnas ma nmrina) bunoM % ign Currency Relaxations Jurists, permanent residents |w immigrants may redeem of the Development and Inence Loan for a period of Icars from the date of their |try into Israel and will repremium of 20 per cent |he official rate. %  Ms can redeem Developid Independence Bonds up of 2.500 dollars per month kriod of three years from the fcy first come to.Israel. fshed by Erit Ivrit Olamit) important thing it not how separate infuncMom are obey ft how and in itihat spirit toe I'lem. BAAL SHI M. toward a light precept and bm jftl, for one precept leads fher, and one sin entails anBEN AZZAI. Is scrupulous about a light las about a weighty one low nor :ke reward lich leds yield. MISHNE. THE DEATH OF A SOUL BY RABBt B. LEON HURWITZ Temple Zamora, Coral Gables "Breathes there a man with soul SO dead .*' This Patriotic sentiment. >o masterfully expressed by Sir Walter Scott, and immortalized by Edward Everett Male in his 'Man without a Country." finds its counterpart in the interpreta. .' en by our Rabbis to ;i tragic in idi ; related in the scriptural of this eek, I. i XVI i speaks hi-i Nadab and Vbil ms ol Ihe High Pries) \ i • n. our sages li li earl their trag e highl; rewarded s-inct theirs w as not an ordinarj i hi sical i ath but the death of their souls. Physically Nadab and Abihu were alive: they breathed, walked, talked. But in term.of character, in terms of spiritual values, they were dead. Patriotism, to be sure. is an index to character and soulfulness. Hale was right when he characterized as a dead soul the one "who never to himself hath said this is my own, my native land." But there are other essential ingredients that enter into the alchemy of soulfulness. Our sages list them under the category of Mitzvohs, a group of virtues which the Jew reviews every morning in his dailyprayers and accepts as part of his program of living. They include 1 reverence for parents, deeds of loving kindness, public worship, visiting the sick, honoring the dead, the promotion of peace and the studying of Torah. Produce a man who lives by these commitments, and you have a man who is alive not only physically but also soulfully. What message can be more vital for the generation in which we live than the one emphasized in the scripture and its interpretation of this i week? Our frustrations of today do not arise from the fact that life is deficient in areas of our physical, recreational or intellectual needs. What I strikes us with terror and fear is the fact that so large a segment of humanity has lost its soul—that virtue is on the gallows ind evil on the throne. Life has become a march without a goal, a relay race without an aim. Fortunately for us. there is a stirring and a wakening in many Jewish and non-Jewish quarters. Witness the Committee on National Goals appointed by President Eisenhower last year. Their answer does not call for a better cigar, a faster car or even quicker progress in space conquest. The experts agree that what is needed is a recapture of and recommitment to a set of human values, such as the dignity of the individual, loyalty to democracy and devotion to faith. Let us. the generation that struggles for survival, remember that mere survival is not enough. It must be the survival of the soul no less than the survival of the body. Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Flcridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. —— • — ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19tn iv ( Conservative. Maxwell Silberman. president BY RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX What is a "Chuppah?" The term "Chuppah" is currently used to denote the bridal canopy under which the traditional marriage ceremony is performed. The term itself comes from a Hebrew verb meaning "to cover." The consummation of a marriage was referred to as the 'Chuppah." Technically, some considered this to be the veil which "covered" the bride's head and face. It is for this reason that it is still the custom for the groom to veil the bride, since this veiling indicates a sense of belonging. Others considered the effect of Chuppah to come when the groom spread his cloak or Tallit over the bride. For this reason it is still customary for the bride to buy a Tallit for the groom—referring to the Tallit which was spread over her. or later over the two of them, to indicate a sense of belonging together. A third contention is that i; refers to the marriage canopy, while a fourth contention indicates ihat the real "Chuppah" is the final act of the marriage when bride and groom are ushered into a room to be together ("Yichud"). Why is it that the groom c"o*s not chant the nuptial blessings himself instead of having someone else chant them for him? This is done so as not to embarrass a groom who may not know •ojfmmtnMitnimii i H nimniainnnaraBaaannnnmiuuaimTiiiiiiniiii nimrmnmB This pa^e is prepared in cof operation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rahhi David Hcrson Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Hcrson Tales 0/ Moral Rabbi Solomon Schiff Gtms 0/ Wisdom irm;iHiWiiuaiiBlniilifi''"" 1 ""' 1 how to chant the blessings himself. I Judaism was always careful to make its ceremonies and practices ,as democratic and widespread as possible: without makmg anyone feel uncomfortable because of lack of knowledge or lack of funds. Thus many practices were done by professionals or clergy so as not to embarrass the uninformed. • • Why is the marriage ring placed upon the right forefinger of the hand in the ceremony? The presentation of the ring was a matter which required the testimony ol" witnesses. It was thus placed upon the most conspicuous finger—which is the right index finger. This finger is usually external even when the others are folded closed. Thus it is the finger which is used to receive the ring. BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Raboi Norman ShapiroCantor VV 11i 1 an 1 W. Lipson. I'i.I. t y V Iti |i.n SHtunlH I'm I ll, Mill (if ) • %  %  i.f M r I I I I i .\ I >..!,' BETH EL. ":0O SW :7th ave. Orthodox StthlM riiiiii %  — • I. 11 -:w ind ave. Conservative. Ra-in David .V. Herion. Cant.-r Hyr.l.m Fein. \l.i-. 1 • BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louit Rottman. 6ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. I lria> 8:S0 |i in. s^; t 1:1 %  ila> > :lii .1 m S.i m. 11 : I'iMin. I ; Vi'.'i |i in. Si run.n. Ail <•! krit-ndxhl|i." Saturday S:3u n.m, l-tai Mitxvah: Mllea, on oj Mr nnd Mr-. Oat-ar Pollack, in Cutler lildgt Com: miinity Vm. r. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mitxvah: Alan, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kternlteb; Stephi n, sun of Mi. and Mis. Henry Selti. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. i CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8756 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. I Kiiday x.'M p.m. Sermon: "Israel's Holy Product. Saturday :• a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Ira, aon of Mr. and Mrs. William Hchildkraut. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con. servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. l-riduv 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Who Built ihls Temple?" Has Mltsvah: Roe, daughter "f Mr. and Mrs. Harry WexNT. Saturday 8 a.m. bVrmon: "Thou shall be Holy." Bar Mltivah: Bruce, sen .11 Mr. and Mrs. Mel Warren: Vllen, son of Mi. and Mrs. Prank 1 lablschkln. FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 6 ami 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Origin of th.Oolden Rule." Saturda> g am. Bar Mltsvah: Stephen, son "f Mrs. Adele Rosen. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Frlda) •> and B:16 p.m. Sermon: "Jusl Dealing;." Saturday 8 a.m. Bar Mtisvah: Sain, son of Mrs. Klht'l Spatser: David, son of Mr. and Mrs, Mas; II,..'lisla.lt. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8 ll Sermon: "What is It to b< Holy?" Bar Mltsvah Marvin, con i :' Mr and Mrs. Harrj Zwasa • %  MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION'. M01 SW 12th ave. Traditional. e OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.' Orthodox Rabbi Phineas W eberman • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. h*rlda) 8:15 p m. Oucsl M" nki 1 ludsri \' ",i \ Friedman. Topic: "World of B'nal B'rlth Sal irda • )" %  a.m. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320 j NE 171st St. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. a TEMPLE BETH AM. c ,?50 N. Kendall | dr., S. Miami. Rerorm Raobi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Frldaj 8 15 p.m. SPI monj Thi pisease from Which Wi All SuffM Mi mat sir. ss." TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Sermon "Rabbi A thi '' %  .:' %  Th %  • Mi ndi Inwlti Pat ... • en, aon of I •) %  and Mrs. Herberl I TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas i GEMS OF WISDOM Thi thtcit %  [I ttl "j The ..o.i in..mi %  SI .1 H IYA1II RABBAH %  I %  I M MMONIDI t 7 %  1 11 1 \\ 1 ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronislt Cantor Davlo Conviser. t-ii.l.tx v 1". |i.ni (IUCHI speaker, I" Ha IT) Kvl Tabor, director ol National I'h) ideal I...)"" atoi j of State of Irael Topic; "Solar Rnerg) Israels N.w Frunl lei." TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hany L. Lawrence. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing. ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. • TEMPLE ISRMI-I 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabb' Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Indifferent—fan The) be Re-Won for Judaism?" TEMPLE JUDt~. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday s:l". p.m. Sermon: "TinLast oi the Just.'' Saturday 10:80 a.m. Ban Mltsvah: llene, daughter of Mr and Mis. Tiiii. n Corenblum. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th sC Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. rri.iav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Rabbi, Preacher, Teacher." Saturday a.m. Sermon: "The Portion f the La liar Mltsvah: Edmund, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davidson; Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shiiman. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. smj Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombera. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "God t'omniaiids thai We be Holy.'' Saturda) 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Fiida) y 13 p.m "Desire for Acceptance." Saturda) li a.m. liar Mtisvah: Edward, son of Mr and Mis. Ja) Kuppi rinan. TEMPLE T1FERETH JACOB. 051 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. iii.lay s:i:. p.m, Quest speaker, Louis Schwartsman, executlvi director Huieau of Jewish Education. His topic "Education for Jewish Values." One* Shabbat host-: Graduates of Adull Institute, Saturday 9 a m. Bar Mltsvah: Irving Winer. • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Friday *:! %  "• p.m. Sermon: "TinByna rogue ami Lay Leadership." Nathan Davldow, Col. Sidney 11. Palmer anil Monte K Rassner, newly-elected officers ol th. Congregation will ihonored. Saturda) %  15 a.m Bar Mltsvah: Alan, son "I Mr and Mrs. I.oiiis Alwelss. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. l-"i\ .i\ ^:;n p.m. Sermon: '"Holiness, Rlghteousm %  • and Mi i alit) • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Frlda) %  %  '• p m. Si rmon: i ur Cup of Jo) Runn< th tivei t5aturda> 9 ., m Si : mi • Vi %  -' lal Bi Holy." Ba Mltsvah: Wayne, soi .•• Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mori IS. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger. p.m Bi mon: ,4 To) i %  .mil the Jews." Bas Mltsvah: Paula, daughter :' .Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bra,. linaii. Saturda) 9 a.m. —•— VOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st st Ortnoi'ix. RauBi B^erwin Stauber. I 'KI. :• 111 Ull '"'If s CANDLWGH1ING TIME 12 Iyor — 6:36 p.m. lsUMb"!llLIWgWaV-nri.''' -,tj| U :i't!':H!'i;;!!oVnnmitMg|



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c< Page 8-B +Jmisl>rk)r*driar7 Friday. April 28, 1961 KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co-Owner uuui "u jammmtmmBsm SAND ELL CAL Strictly Kosher Catering • BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • PARTIES 7446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Ph. UN 6-6226 PH. UN 6-5278 Thank v-cu fcr your Patronage A HAPPY PASSOVER "O ALL Ik TRADITIONAL OPEN-HEARTH COOKERY 3500 CORAL WAY AIA/.'I • Hi ; PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES 01 I Cti LUHCM -DIMMER %  SUPPER ft \& **" OIDC. T m S_ TAKf OUT _^*W • mrWsiKEEi CANTONISI V COOK NO r U 6 4 303 There is'-only one FINEST POLYNESIAN CANTONESE FOODS Hawaiian Tropic.il Drinks Late Snarks OPEN 5 P.M. 2 A.M. 79i ST. CAUSEWAY, MB. RES. UN 5-?7?5 Z^OVSt BROS R Yl ^ is the BEST.' HOLLYWOOD—About '.hat Jew ;_h ;. ., \ -i. :i actor who ai;r lecve actor can't hold a Chanuka candle :<> .Ml Chandlers talent for ac'ir.g and for being loved by his fellow-man. Milton Beiie's 23-year-old nephew. Marshall Berle, wants to be a comedian and Uncle Miltie < en renamed Parkway Theatre and Art Gallery. "The tremendous increase in public demand for art and foreign films," Fleischman said, "fostered tSe decision to make I the Parkway a new first-run art theatre. Remodeling plans now rearing completion include the I conversion of the thettre's spa| cious lobby into an art gallery in which can be exhibited works by artists in all media rather than just paintings." This is to be one facet of an verall attempt to utilize the leatre for 'art in living," adding dimensions to thetheatre's in !gratlon within community life, ccording to Fleischman, ''Efforts ill be made to use the theatre for h a other 'ban motion picture xhtbition, such as chess classes nd tournaments, home decorating %  monstrations, group meetings ad di>eussions. travel lectures, aiming, sculpture, handcraft or ltiquc displays, talks on gourmet Kids, serving wines, and others." Films scheduled for showing at •e Parkway will not be coinciental with Wometco 'g May fair nd Sunset Art Theatres, which e usually booked together. The '••ening attraction is to be The .loyal Ballet" (Sadler's gas, was written bj ncit and Sammy Fain. On the Walter Mirisch set ot ••West Side story". Robert Wise, producer, and Jerome Robb:ii>, co-director, have been on ifor two years, anu the firm has spent live million dollars so far It was Robbins who conceived. choreographed and staged the play, but he relinquished actual photographic direction to Wise Throughout the production, you will hear the wonderful music ot Leonard Bernstein. Young Corey Allen, one of the copartners with Maura McGivency and Jack Fine, ot Freewej Circuit. Inc., has stopped running His Only in America." starring Herschel Bernardi, that has been playing dozens Oi one-night stands along the Freeway, has come to rest for a stationary run at the Ivar Theater What chance has Jack Benny tor privacy when his violin teacher mentioned Jack's exact street address m Beverly Hills to a few hundred thousand viewers ol CBS-TV's "To Tell "he Truth?" Ruth Roman has been set to start production ;n a big-budget, half-hour televison series titled • rhe World and Lisa Bord< n" to be sei n on ABC-T\ accordin to Herts-Lion International. It's a lut of fun around a national maga/ it nev s editor so mazeltov to Ruth for the starring selection. Billy Glason defines a stereo set. It's where a ma I w fe hollers al him from one side ol the room, and his mother-in-law hollers the same thing at him from the other side. HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS from hon d'oeuvrei fo a compiefe bvfM 170 N. W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 9-7996 Under thc Supervision of the Beth Din cf Greater Miami OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS 1B0 JACK WINTtRS starring England's M argot Fon tej M Folk i ing will bi the U.S. U.S.S.R, cultural exchange film produced in Russi: Don Quixote." an adaptation of Cervi classic .satire after winch v\ill b< shown ^ the Moral Rcarma film. "The Crowning Experience," starring .Muriel Smith Mrs. Solti to Install Mrs. Gerald E. Soltz, president of District 5, will be installing officer at the third annual installation of Miami Beach Council ol B'nai B'rith Women on Monday evening al LheDeauville hotel. Mis Esther Lerman is incoming presiI lent, and .Mrs, uia Optner is chairWells), man of the day. The Royal Hungarian's !" ; FOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401 RIVIERA TW RESTAURANT SMORGASBORD $1.89 ALL YOU CAN EAT! 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28, 1961 +Jmist> Fkridfiann Page 9-fl \ar ^Mitzvalt to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian w. ;| present free isking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mifzvan. \s should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box .irFlar onemon th in ad v ance. Include the name Jar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, Iddress and telephone number. The corsage wili be Jed to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time occasion. |Sharr>i Lloyd pon Kronish will officiate laMitzvah of Sharon. jf Mr. and Mrs Charles ring services Saturday ipt 20, Bt Temple Beth %  a ,i *!udent in the Beth bnfirm itioa Class of 5723. Philip Lar-j Hng Lehrtnan will officile Bar Mitzvah of Philip 3n of Mr. and Mrs. Gerduri.i^ Saturday mornices. Apr. 29. at Temple is a seventh grade stuIhe Ida M. Fisher Junior d attends the Temple reSchool. He is a member 61, Boy Scouts of Amer* Paula Brjverman daughter of Mr and Mrs. I averman, will be Bas during Friday evening Apr. 28. at Congregation Moshe. She will speak I man of Valor." Rabbi :i. SteinmetZ will officiate. attends North Miami Junh and has been a student t) religious school since she (years old. t Miles Pollack Harold Richter will offiIthe Bar Mitzvah of Miles. |r. and Mrs Oscar Pollack. ring Pines, during Sat I iming services of Beth .it Cutler Ridge Center |iv Hall. The Bar Mitzpeak on "The Holy Dii Living • Edward Koertiq |tzvah of Kduard Sal. son d Mrs Murray Koenig, Miami Beach, will be i Saturday morning, Apr. Beth Tfilah Congregation, ij Joseph Rackovaky of t'i is an eighth grade stul<:a M. Fisher Junior High. ettion Ul his honor will be Ifce Temple following servSHABON STUART Barry Small li'/vah of Barrv. son of .TERMITE rROUBLE? [Cod Ted Bramson kONAL EXTERMINATORS IFR 9-7663 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Small, was celebrated Saturday morning. Apr. 22. at Temple Menorah. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Barry is in the graduation class of the Temple's religious school, and attends Nautilus Junior High A reception in his honor was held at his home. 978-79 ter., Miami Beach. Alan Sternlieb Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs Sol Sternlieb. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Apr 29. at Beth Torah Congregation, with Rabbi Max A. I.ipschitz officiating. Alan is a seventh made student at North Miami Beach Junior High, and plays the saxophone in the school band. He has been attending the congregation's religious school for several years. A reception in his honor will be held Saturday night at Michel's restaurant on Miami Beach. • • Alan Alweiss Saturday morning services. Apr. 29. at Temple Zamora will include the Bar Mitzvah of Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alweiss. Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz will officiate. Alan is a student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, attending Hebrew school for six years A reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening at the Deauville hotel • Martin Trencher Temple Menorah was the site of Now Open lew Preview Restaurant AND LOUNGE UNDEft THE MANAGEMENT OF TOM TRULIS 40 Years Experience reservations phone HI 3-2038 or HI 3-7989 3622 CORAL WAY the Bar Mitzvah of Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Davis Trencher. 7149 Bay dr., on Saturday morning, Apr. 22. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiated. Martin is a student at the Temple religious school, and attends Nautilus Junior High. Dinner reception in his honor was held SurTda? at Michel's restaurant. David Hochstadt Saturday morning services. Apr 29. at Israelite (."enter will include the Bar Mitzvah of David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hochstadt. David is a student in the Center's religious school. His Parents will host the Kicldush following services. Stuart Cohen Rabbi Norman Shapiro will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Stuart Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen, 221 Viscaya, Coral Gables, on Saturday morning. Apr. 29. at Beth David His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Israel Cohen, and Mrs. Esther Grad and the late Samuel Grad. of Cincinnati. O. Stuart is a seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon High, and attends Beth David's religious school. > Glenn Shuman Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shuman. 751-81 St.. Miami Beach, on Saturday morning. Apr. 29. at Temple Menorah. Glenn attends Nautilus Junior High, and is in the graduation class of the Temple's religious school. Dinner and reception in his honor will be held Sunday evening at the Balmoral hotel &f Sam Spatzer Israelite Center will be the site Of the Bar Mitzvah of Sam. son of Mrs Ethel Spatzer. on Saturday morning, Apr 29. with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating. Sam is a student in the Center's religious school. Mrs. Spatzer will host the Kid dush in her son's honor following services • llene Corenblum Ilene Leslie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Corenblum. will be Bas Mitzvah at Temple Judea on Saturday morning, Apr. 29. which is also the date of her father's birthday. Rabbi Morris A. Skop; will officiate. Ilene is a seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, and has attended the Temple s Hebrew school for three years and the Sunday school for six years. Her parents will host the Kiddush in her honor follow ing services. Mr. Corenblum is president ; of Temple Judea. • • Fredric Schall Bar Mitzvah of Fredric Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs Allen Schall. 1887 S\V (i st.. will be observed Saturday morning. Apr. 29. at Congregation Beth El, with Rabbi Solomon Schiff officiating. Fredric is a seventh grade student at Citrus Grove Junior High, and attends the Congregation's Hebrew school. Wayne Morris Saturday morning services. Apr. 29. will include the Bar Mitzvah of Wayne Aaron, son of Mr and Mrs. Frank Morris, and grandson ALAN ILENE FREDRIC BARRY EDWARD of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gitlen. at dent at Shenandoah Junior H:gh Tifereth Israel Congregation. RahSchool. hi Nathan H. Z wit man will offi, .... : A reception in Ins henor will be held in the social hall following Wayne i> a seventh grade StU! services. $750 CCUC A Tlftkl AI Ocean-Front A. Ocean-View JtrOAl lUWAl Rms Every Other Rm. ONE PRICE NONE HIGHER Family 4 European Plan Rates on Request AND ALL THIS FREE !! Chaise Lounqes and No Rate I JULY &. • I' c .i rid< ncrease M AUG. CATERING to INDIVIDUALS and GROUPS, All Occasions. Dietary Laws ana SabDalh Strictly Observed Daily rer Pers. Dbl. Occ. Kosher Meals Included To Sept. 10 Single Occ. n Mats • 21" TV and Radio in Each Room • Free Self-Parking Adjoins Hotel • Wiener Roasts. Movies. 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lay. April 28, 1961 vJewtst fk.rtdliciin Page 7-B UR. and yours, C^t7i7/i ——/p w •M •HAIRMAN of the day at the annual installation luncheon the Greater Miami chapter. i a n il e i s University National Norton's Committee, on Friday the Lucerne hotel was Mrs. n (". Lehman in a cornflower %  ue linen sheath with brown I embroidery. Her sweater k;.a matching shade of blue. i her accessories were in a K:c color. Mrs. Ben Zion GinsburK wore white linen printed sheath; the fabric was purchased while on a r roil trip to Nassau. Honey boL-e silk organza and satin were ff.mbined into a shirtwaist style D> Mrs. George Levenson 4 bone-colored India raw silk at the choice of Mrs. Jerome {ado. Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein self ctrd a multi-colored striped i!k sheath. A salmon shade of Biik was worn by Mrs. Rebecca fenc;man, and Mrs. Louis Easton |cr.o.-e a white silk damask shirt|Vo>t. Installed as president was Mrs. i.lemon B. Margolis. who ar|l.\d from the hospital where 1}.'. %  is conlined. in order to be Installed. The dress she chose |v i^ of navy silk ribbon, which khi had hand crocheted. Her s 1 white hat featured a blue |li'.0. Mrs Sidney Lewis chose a -. and white silk, featuring a onal print, and topped it with ; abric softened white picture Mrs. Aaron Fair was stun r ,. in a combination of pink anil red. Her moygashel linen sheath in a light pink with red floral appliques on the bodice IJer cashmere sweater was in a i hi cherry red with pink floral rison, N.Y. liques down the front of the Miss Fishhein will -craduate igan. The small, yet fullcrowned hat she wore featured < r.bred shades of satin from I j ht pink to deep red. silk crepe which featured a side drape on the skirt, and a low V reckline on the bodice. Officers were installed by Mrs. Harold Turk, who wore a white moygashel linen sheath. Her r< plum was trimmed with gold r-iiilrr.s. and her hat was <>t natural straw lace with an oranee velvel crown. Mrs Sidney M. Schwartz, who gave a report on thi Brandcis University campus, chose a powder blue raw silk :• heath. Mrs. William Brenners jacket dress was in royal blue silk, with the bodice in a blue and green print on white. Her waist-length jacket was lined in the same fabric as her bodice. A jacket dress was also the choice ol Mrs. Jerome Ash. featuring ribbed silk in a watercolor print of tones and shades of blues. The invocation was given by Mrs Leon Kronish in a two-piece Israui knit in a bright cherry color Mrs. Irving Blasberg wore a cotton which featured a brown ana yellow floral print. A gold silk shantung sheath was the cnoice of Mrs. Joel Meyer, and a white silk with a pleated skirt wan worn by Mrs. William Maxwell. Mrs. Leo Robinson hosted a cocktn:l party at their horn*' Sunday for members of the Greater Miami chapter of the American Jewish Committee. Mrs. Robinson wore a powder blue moygashel linen sheath, lea Hiring blue floral appliques in a band near the hemline Mrs. James R. Ka'.zman chose an imported sheer cotton print in black, mocha and white. Mrs. Joseph L. Goodman's navy silk sheath was polka (lotted in white. Mrs. Tat Kanner wore a white cotton sheath with a large square lace collar, and Mrs. Samuel J. Stone chose a purple and lilac print. Wife of the president. Mrs. Pa\id B. Fleoma:;. selected a silk sheath plaid in pa.-tel ice-cream colors. White silk with an aquamarine floral print was worn by Mrs. Charles E. Leeds. Mrs. Melvyn B. Frumkes wore a lilacsilk shar.'.ung with the collar contoured Over the shoulders and dropped down to a capclcttc effect. Mrs. Dona'.d Eanett chose a silk satin brocade in petal pink and crey. Mrs. Mac Mermell. looking very slim only three weeks alter the birth of their fourth child, was in black lace with a peau de soie cummerbund. Lavender flowers on silk was worn by Mrs Jerome C. Al(llllo|'< MRS. RICHARD CRttN Blank, Green Will Live on Beach A double ring ceremony Sunday. Apr. 16. at the Americana hotel Rubins Reveal Lillian's Betrothal 'Ihe engagement of Lillian Rubin and Allan I. Poms was announced a; ;; party given by hei parents. Mr. an:! Mrs. Jack Rubin at their home. 3410 SW 16 tor Miss Rubin graduated cum laude from the University <>f Florida with a BA decree in education. She is in the Hall of Fame, and was vice president of AEPhi sorority, editoi Of Coedikette, secretary of Zet; Phi Eta, national speech societj for women, and president of Trianon chapter of Mortarboard, national leadership honorary. Currently, she is with the Boston Children's Medical Center as ; speech therapist, and attends Boton University, where she will > ccive her Master of Arts define n August. Mr. Poms is the son of Mr. and Mr.-. Samual Poms, ol Washingtor D.C. He graduated from Rensse lacr Polytechnic Institute in llijfwith a Rachelor of Architects< degree. He was a member of Phi Sigma Delta fraternity, treasurei of Scarab architectural honorar> society, and also belonged to Fo.n ragere Society, military honorary Tau Beta Pi, national engineering honorary society, and served as ; reserve olficer in the U.S. Army. Currently, he is attending MasMrs. Nathan Rood was in a j formal followed. June, pink moygashel linen sheath, and The bride selected a traditional The couple will be married JulyMrs. Harold Spaet s silk sheath I floor-length gown of white import30, at the Commodore hotel in New was in charcoal with black coin cd Spanish lace over tulle with York City, dots. Blues and greens combouffant skirt and fitted bodice. „ bmed in the print worn by Mrs u featured a Queen Anne collar Max WeitZ. White cyelette was and long sleeves to a wrist point, -elected by Mrs. Seymour Samet. The four-tiered French illusion and her ('...lighter Anita wore an viol fell from a crown of tulle and aqua cot'on. Miss Fishbein Plans Fall Rites Dr. and Mrs. 1. Leo Fishbein. 2535 Pine Tree dr., announce the engacement of their daughter. Anne Marcia, to Alan Robert Block. The groom to be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Block, of HarA -old linen sheath with the ^ color combination of orange her topper and accessories worn by Mrs. \rnold PerlMrs Harry Orleans had tones of blue in a floral print on 1 1 ; jacket dress ensemble. Mrs v B Rimer chose royal blu< from Brandcis University in June. An accomplished pianist, she is i presently studying voice at the New England conservatory of Music. Her fiance will receive a degree from Brandcis University in Juno The couple are planning to be married in the fall. MISS ANNE HSHBHN seed pearls. She carried white orchids on a Bible. .Matron of honor was Mrs. Lewis Malter. Randy Malter and Judy Sherer were bridesmaids, and Judy Mallei was flower girl. The new Mrs. Croon Ithe daughter of .Mr. and .Mrs. Louis Blank, of 7940 West dr.. Miami Beach. She attended the University ol Colorado and was affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau. Her husband is the son of Mrs Hortense Green and the late Max well Croon, and is a graduate of Adelphi College. His best man v.,iAlexander Shere. and Lewis Malter, Jessie Kimniel. Joe Kirsohenbaum. David Malter and Stephen Shore served as ushers. The young couple will make their home on Miami Beach when they return from their Island hopping honeymoon trip. A1/SS IIUIAN RUBIN Socializing in Formals Cocktail Gowns and Bridal Attire PARSONS 3410 CORAl WAY Open Monday Niit Til f H3rd ST. SHOPPING CENTH Opt* Monday and friiay Wife Til f Denver Medical Center to Install Creator Miami Auxiliary of the the Barcelona hotel Mrs, Morris American Medical Center al DenSkop will be installing offtcer. ver will hold its annual installaMiss Kate Klatzkin will be intion of officers Sunday evening at stalled as president Miss Hannah Hartman, Mrs. George Tookcr and Mrs. Joe Holeber are vice presidents. Others to be installed are Mos dames Jerry Poncher, correspe:: | ding secretary; Beatrice Colo, recording secretary; Morris GolusI kin. financial secretary; Hannah j Levine. treasurer. Retiring president is Mrs. Anne Metz. The group services patient^ I of Jackson Memorial Hospital in I the cancer and tubercular divisions of the hospital, bringing them party snacks and gifts. When needed, patients are sent to the sanitarium at Denver. Chairman of the installation is j Mrs. Morris Goluskln, with Mrs Robert Stein assisting. FUR RE-STYLING m OUR TRADTTION Of fINiST WORKMANSHIP WE CAN CONVERT YOUR OUTMODED FURS TO THE SMART FASHIONS OF TOMORROW From $39 FLORIDA FURS 4 CUNIC 2296 Coral Way HI 4-0544 MIAMI 1117 Las Olas Blvd. JA 4-7697 FT. LAUDERDAIE 2Xc oratim O'MC. .... i. ii, e wedding i Kjntcrn a ticiiii I'M ^ n new n JLjcccrcitci '.'/ now %  Uxlt its lo tn liide bedttl i ul and unique Jfi %  jet .. ..... %  ., -ii,' i Tour i -l. •.. n. 4-:6t8 \'crini.iii 7 Jan§ cm TERMITE TROUBLE? 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Pc %  Page 16-A +Je*ist fhrkttam Friday, April 23 ] I t 1 ( / t i r t i f } t c s t p o :< a s e Off V mat] we i % % %  i I • I •' < f G Nun part rt-as amo this yit < the ]ette Jeas; way cum Jievi and nor lo h the to tr mus Cuban Tide By MAX L£RNER it is too early to say whether the Landing parties of Cuban liberation in Cuba will succeed in overthrowing Castro's tyranny, but who ctn doubt their right and even duty to try? Much nonsense has been Uttere< bv Castro sympathizers among American intellectuals, who echo ine Communist charges of an American imperialist plot to intervene m Cuba But the fact is that the anti-Castro movement is follow..u l.ie pattern of revolutionary nationalist liberation movements which tnese same intellectuals have in the past always supported. Why should the) not support this one" .. What is sauce for the Communist goose ought to be sauce tor UN anti-Communist gander. The Russians have for decades to lowed the tactic not of using Russian soldiers to win power in a hostile country, but of backing up movements of native nationalist liberation, rhis is how world Communism has largely grown. Now the tables are being turned An American government has learned from the Russians the secret of backing a native Cuban movement of nationalist liberation, not with American soldiers but with moral and substantive support. Those who indict ibis American support will do well to ask themselves how they reconcile It with their earlier positions on the proCommunism revolutions in Korea. Vietnam, Laos— and, in fact, in the case of the Castro revolution against the Batista dictatorship. ( astro has taken Batista's place and has imposed a far tighter dictatorship Hum Batista ever had. and a violently anti-American dictatorship in the bargain. The anti-Castro forces have as much legal and moral righi for their landings now in Cuba as Castro himself had in the case of his landings. CASTRO, OF COURSE, is crying to high heaven that the United siates is committing hostile acts against him by supporting the parties. But it is hard to take his moral indignation seriously Short an actual invasion of American soil there is no hostile position or act against the U.S. which he has not taken. He has forced the breaking of diplomatic relations, armed Cuba with Russian and Czech arms. turned it into virtually a Communist base, and tried wherever possible to stir up pro-Communist revolutions in other Latin-American nations with the U.S. as the enemy target. What did he expect the American government and people to do in reply? Wait meekly for him to make himself, again with Communist destroyers and MIGs. almost invulnerable against revolutionary insurrection and invasion? The American government has been formally correct in its positions, and has stayed clear of any direct military involvement in the present fighting on the island But it would be strange if the Kennedy Administration were to accept the paralysis of complete inaction, and were to refuse to identify with a bold movement by Cubans lor Cuban liberty. —L-%  &-aTHE RUSSIANS SEEM to be more realistic about the whole episode j than some of the pro-Castro Americans Khrushchev, who smilingly ; goes on sending Russian planes and arms to help the rebels against the government of Laos, is scarely in a position to be shocked when the United States does far less in helping the rebels against Castro. On these matters the Russians know the facts of life. They will do what they can to foment anti-American demonstrations of students in LatinAmerican capitals, but they will not send Russian soldiers or destroyers or missiles. The Russians know that Cuba lies within the sphere of American military security. It is not surprising that the U.S. should back up a movement to overthrow Castro. What is surprising is Castro's huge gamble in believing that his hostile enterprises against America would have no consequently NO, THE REAL ISSUE is not whether the anti-Castro forces had the right to stage an invasion-cum-insurrection. but whether the revolutionaries will be aided by important defections of garrisons, militia, and civilians from Castro. One cannot wholly trust the first buoyant announcement of defections. They are. whether true or false or merely exaggerated, an obvious part of the war of nerves that the anti-Castro rebels must wage against Castro, just as Castro used the same war ot nerves against Batista But the direction of the popular Cuban tide will decide the outcome. and the test of the Cuban tide is now. The rebel leaders have staked everything on the intelligence reports from their Cuban underground that the vast majority of Cubans are waiting for a chance to overthrow the Castro yoke. The events of the first week will show whether these reports were true and whether the tide is moving Miami Campaign Launched Here A new promotional campaign designed to boost the sale of Miamimade products and stimulate local economy was launched Wednesday by the Greater Miami Manufacturers Assn. Plans for the "Buy Miami Made Products" drive were un veiled at a noon luncheon at the Uupont Plaza hotel, attended bj local manufacturers, business leaders and government officials %  'Almost everything needed m the home, office and in industry is produced by the 2.645 manufacturing firms now located ruin here in Dade county." said David I. 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Page 2-B +Jeist)fk>ridliain Ott V mat we gre of ( Nur tar i am< this sit the ]ett< Jeas waj cun Jiev and nor to h the to t mui True Sisters Unit Planning Drive Mrs. F.dmund Peris. 1801 SW 19 av#\. president of the Miami Lodge. United Order of True Sisters, will be head ol" a membership drfte foT her lodge beginning this month. United Order of True Sisters. which began with %  lodge organized in 1846 by 10 women in New York City, later became a national organization with 50 lodges in cities from coast-to-coast. Founded as a Jewish fraternal order, it carries on i program of non sectarian phi hinthropy for which it raises nearly a million dollars annualU. The organization provides help each year for more than 200.000 cancer patients in all parts of the country through grants to hospitals lor the purchase of radio-active isolopes Grants are also given to hospitals for blood and for administering blood to leukemia patients. Through the Miami Lodge, the I' O.T.S. Cancer Service Contributes to lit. Sinai and Variety Children's Hospitals. In addition to supporting the Order's national project. Miami Lodge has been equipping Variety Children's Hospital with X Ray therapy and machinery. Mrs. Louis Simon, of New York City, is national president of the United Order of True Sisters Friday, April 28. 1961 Beth David Ladies List New Officers Council oi Parent-Teachers Assns. of Jewish Schools joins with the Bureau of lewish Education to plan the Bureau's 20th annual meeting on May 23 at the DiLido hotel, which will feature graduation exercises of the Bureau's Central Hebrew High School. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Sylvia Rosenberg. Temple ludea, PTA Council president; Sue Berkowitz. chairman of the annual dinner; Mrs. Lillie Gilden. Temple Beth Sholom. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff. Mrs. Louis Schwartzman. Mrs. Theodore Lamaskin. Beth David, Mrs. Pat Leslie. Temple Beth Sholom. If you like 'Honor Roll' Fete Due Wednesday KREPLACH On Wednesday, at their fifth andered to those women who have nual "Honor Roll' luncheon in the helped raise the $25,000 quota for Casanova room of the Deauville' he region. Funds were raised by hotel. 600 women of the Southeast: parties, luncheons, and a newlyem Florida region of Women's inaugurated Resale Shop in down" e American CRT will watch the cur-Uown Miami. "In recognition of tain go up on a new jazz version their hard work and dedication.'" of Jerome Kern's Roberta." This annual attair will be ten New slate of officers elected to serve for the coming year at Beth David Sisterhood are Mrs Max Jacobson, president, succeeding Mrs. Harold Reinhard. Also elected were Mesdames Louis SeitUn, Meyer Forer. Michael Covin and Theodore Lomaskin. vice presidents; Maurice Daum, corresponding secretary; Murray Marcus, recording secretary; Harry Stone, financial and membership secretary; Max Rosing treasurer; and Harold Rein-1 lard, advisor. Board of directors include Mesdames David Alterman. Sam Ba lanes. Howard Berber. Herman Boren. Samuel Cohen. Murray Dacks. Sydney Daniels, Joseph Feld. Louis Fine, Jack Geyer. Robert Cold. Officers Will Be Entertained Mrs. Kurt Wallach. out-going president of Temple Sinai Sisterhood, will entertain the newly-electi ed and retiring officers and board I members at a splash party Monj I day evening at her home. 19341 j NE 22 ave. New slate, elected at the April meeting, includes Mesdames Sam LubelL president; Abe Milman. Jack Kirschbaum and Edward Auerbach. vice presidents; Kurt Wallach. advisor; Julian Brown, corresponding secretary; Don Johnson, recording secretary; David Field, financial secretary; and Nat Borrok. treasurer New board members are Mesdames Russell Verga. Alvin Eras-1 Herman Press. Bernard Azit. Leyton, William Roberts. Nat Kempner, Ben Hurwit. David Crowell, Benno Wallach and Rae Barbash Edward Goldberg Herman GO&A man, Seymour Kaplan. R, ch ^ Herald. Manuel Lubel, Archie Mp delson, Bernard Reiter Arts Rosinek^ Sidney Sanders, il" Schwartzman. Max Silver NaTs Spiegelman. Stanley Tinier i'na Leonard Wolf. Q Installation will be Wednesday May 24. at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Ritkin is Hostess Mrs. Flora Ritkin w a a to h hostess at a card party -ootisoraj by the Southgate group of Hadai. sah on Thursday evening ia tig I recreation hall of South.'ate towers. Deep rich mellow tasty... CHEESE,. 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Friday, April 23. 1961 fJenisti Ftcrkflar) Pace 5-A 300,000 See Independence Parade Continued from Page 1-A ended with radar-controlled heavy meeting last week urged Israel and antla,rci jlt tn. Jordan to adhere to all aspects of N'fxt came the infantry column the armistice agreement. A meetled by hundreds of color hearers, ing of the Mixed Armistice ComEach color hearer lowered the Hag mission the night before the parade, as he passed the reviewing stand. at which Israel was not present, A unit of infantry cadets formed went through the motion of voting a color guard of honor. Units of that Israel's concentration of armor naval officers and seamen, in fanin Jerusalem was a violation of the try units, engineers with mine dearmistice pact. lectors. l"/i and Nahal units and _,. youth battalions, air force memThe reviewing stand, set up near bers communication experts with the start of the parade route, was thcir equipment, military police. occupied by Israel officials and beret wearing paratroopers civil foreign diplomats. Among the digpo lice Flowed past the reviewing rutaries were Brigadier Joseph stunf1 sa i ui i ng Geva, head of the central command, p asscc j smart lv as thev I Syrr.trlic cedar tree is discussed by Samuel T. Sapiro (left), I present of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and Miami Mayor I Rcbe^i King High at the Blessing of the Cedar Leaves cereI mor.. last week at the hospital. The B'ble relates that cedar I tirr.bej was used by David to construct the Temple at Jeru%  sale:.-), Sapiro explains. Construction of the 232-bed hospital will LS completed in October at a cost cf S4 530.COO. I Orthodox Rabbinic Body Seeks US. Ban on Hate Mailings ATLAVH • ITY — (JTA) — Hie Rabbini) i. Council of America loncludcd its 25th annual convention, this week with the adoption of numrx r of resolutions on Jewish %  I •• nerica and On international' Hfain affecting Israel. The Or |ho o rabbinical group also anlouncetl that i will hold a conference ir Israel next July '"on the Jccasior of the 13th anniversary t>! lsra< "s establishment." hi (invention called on the ,'iuV'. States Congress and President Kennedy to adopt legislation fbam r. the u-e of the mails for the propagation of racial and reI; ate literature." The rabinical I idy also urged the legislaturei the various states 'to outlaw discrimination because of race. [ret,.. : col'-, in the sale, rental ind occupancy of private realty." It ea led simultaneously upon Congress to enact "a strong civil righfs program during the current session." The resolution also advocated liberalization of American immigration statutes "so that our country may again become a haven of refuge for the victims of all varieties of totalitarianism." Chief of Staff Zvi Tsur, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and Mrs. Ben-Gurion, Mrs. Vera VVeizmann, widow of Israel's first President and President and Mrs. Ben-Zvi who were warmly applauded when they arrived. The parade started with the armored columns first in line of march. The first units were light, highly ma neuverable French AM tanks. These were followed by 14 Centurion tanks, moving in a single file and crunching marks into the concrete road. The tanks were greeted with great cheering. Then came the Sherman tanks, followed by engineering tanks, including bulldozers and cranes. The armored infantry followed in their half-tracks, some equipped with heavy machine guns and some with mortars. Following the armored columns were hundredol jeeps, many of them carrying scout and reconnaissance troops. The green jeeps were driven by memlie also warned that "the same hatred which brought the destruc tion ot one third of Jewry \ I flourishes in the hearts ol moa if the leaders of our neighbors i are plotting to destroy us Sc o( Nazi experts arc acting as their guides in their incitement against Israel and Jewry." He Ci i himessage with a call to the n ition for continuation of the pi"' ing spirit to settle the Negei I forge Israel's newcomers into a single prosperous nation. President Izhak Ben-Zvi, in h : s Independence Day message, reviewed the country's achieve ments during the past 13 yeari and outlined the tasks for the future. Referring to the national elections to be held next Augus*, the President said that every citizen must have the right to vote for the party most congenial to his way of thinking. At the same time he called on Prime Minister David BenGurion. in an Independence Daymessage, cited as highlights of the past year "two extremely significant events in the annals of the Jewish people"—the discovery in the Judean desert of relics of the final Bar Kochba resistance to the conquering Romans nearly 2,000 years ago and the trial of Gestapo the Israelis "nol to forget thai i colonel Adolf Eichmann The Prime Minister linked "the fighters for Jewish liberation of our generation and the earlier ones" of the Bar Kochba rebellion as constituting a "binding link in the chain of the mighty struggle of a stiff-necked people unremittingly cherishing a deep devot : on to the ancient homeland." Mr. Ben-Gurion. treating the historic significance of the Eichmann trial which was recessed tor the Independence Day celebration, said "we are not aware of the juridical arguments of anti-Semite:—the heat of electioneering, with all the differences of opinion, there ione thins holding together entire people of Israel—and that is the common aim of all of us—the well being of the State Turning to the Eichmann trial, Presideni Ben-Zvi said: "It has become our prerogative to place on trial a man charged with being one of the leaderof the Nazi crimi nals who murderously destroyed millions of martyred people, it is our court which will pronounce the verdict according to the laws of Israel bj judges of Israel before the eyeof the world. Such an occurrence has been impossible from also ol 0ther! thc the time of the destruction ot the Temple until Israel arose again 10 He added that "this was no ordisovereignty." narj trial. It is not only a trial. For the first time in Jewish history, historic justice is beinimeted Dr. WolfsOD ill Talk Then came American 106 mm re-. out by a sovereign Jewish people.' PROFESSIONAL SINGERS NiHOEO FOR SYNAGOGUE CHOIR Bassos 3">d Tenors S ght Readers Only CON T ACr CANTOR WILLIAM W LIPSON FR 9-6308 A 1ARGE CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE SCHOOL It THE SOLI tHWEST AREA WILL HAVE OPENINGS FOP. QUALIFIED TEACHERS con -encnq in September, 1961. Suldf> : $5000 to $6000 depending on KLckgroijnd and experience. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOP PROFESSIONAL GROWTH. If interested write P.O. 12273 Dallas, Texas Other resolutionadopted by the )Crs of fte b(mlcr Ucp ^ who convention appealed to he Soviet currontlv c the ,. ol 'rial in Israel. Government to ••grant full and comIsra0 ,. s ^^ SC( urUv bur(len plete religious liberty and unreThe artillcrv coiumn hcaded bv stneted cultural freedom to its 3,its coinmand in jeep8 followed, 000,000 Jewish citizens. and denounced the action of the United Arab Republic in interfering with coilless suns mounted on jeeps. I He said Israel intended to show "An Introduction to Spinoza and the passage of Israeli cargoes French SS-10 anti-tank guided misthc world "what anti-Semitism can Philosophy" was the topic of a through the Suez Canal. The orsiles, lOO-mm mortars, a new type lead to It is not the individual lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson ganization called upon the United of self propelled 105-mm gun. who is in the dock and not the before the Brotherhood of Temple Nations to adopt drastic measures eighteen 25-pound mortars and 125 Nazi regime alone but also antiSinai of Hollywood at a Wedne.v to terminate the illegal seizures howitzers. 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