The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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iTewislli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 19
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 12, 1961
Two Sections Price 201.'
Hitler's Friend and Aide, Martin Bormann, Reported Alive
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIV Martin Bormann. Hitler's deputy who
! was at first believed to have been killed in Berlin in 1945.
but was later reported to have escaped to South America.
[was in Argentina when Adolf Eichmann was captured
there last year, a former Argentine diplomat said here
I Tuesday.
The diplomat, Dr. Gregario Topolevsky. the former
Argentine Ambassador to Israel, told a news conference
Hint Bormann. who was living in Argentina under an-
other name, fled to Brazil when he heard about Eicli-
mann's Capture in May last year.
Argentine police knew that Bormann was in the
country, according to Dr. Topolevsky, who added that if
Israel had asked for Eichmann's extradition through
diplomatic channels he would have fled, the country.
The former diplomat said that Argentine authorities
also knew of the presence in the country of Dr. Josef
Mcngele. the Auschwitz physician who selected victims tor
the gas chambers.
He said Mer.^ele disappear* when he heard ;hat
West German authorities wire looking for him. Dr. Topo-
levsky said that there were several Nazi cells in Ar
t;na. and that many of them had transferred large sums
of money from Switzerland.
The German Government has '"positive evidence" that
Bormann is alive and hiding "somewhere outside Ger-
many," according to Dr. Fritz Bauer, the State Pro-^cu
tor of Frankfurt, it was reported this week in that city.
Dr. Barer, who is conducting a widespread search for
Nazi war criminals, said he has "virtually certain proof"
that Bormar.n is alive. The prosecutor is trying to ice
a number ;: Nazi war criminals, some of them
:.;h past activities to tiu case of Ado!* Eichmann
Israel Cabinet OK's Immunity 6-5
For Eichmann Witnesses to Show
By Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMThe Government's decision to grant immunity from
arrest for two ex-Nazis wanted by the Adolf Eichmann defense as wit-
nesses sa.ueezed through Sunday's cabinet meeting narrowly by a vote
of 6 to 5. it was revealed here Tuesday,
two men whom Attorney
PRO/. SOLOMON HPTZIrJ
. ."commit harokiri"
Toynbee Has
New Shocker
The
General Gidecn Hausner. chiel
; prosecutor in the Eichmann trial,
promised immunity are Dr. Wil
i helm Hoettl. former major in the
I Gestapo, and Walter Huppenkoth-
| en, former functionary in the Ges-
tapo offices. Dr. Robert Servatius,
! chief of the Eichmann defense.
though Mr. Hausner assured the
cabinet that there is no record
of direct involvement by the two
men in the program for the an-
nihilation of European Jewry, the
five insisted that Since Hoettl
and Hupper.kothen were officers
in the Hitler Elite Guard SS,
had requested they be given im- j they are "automatically" sub-
] munity so that they might come
1 here to testify on Eichmann's be-
; half.
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) Ar-I
nold J. Toynbee, the British his-j
torian, in an address here Sunday |
nisht, equated Zionism and anti-i
Semitism as representing "an iden-;
tical point of view" and that anti-l
Semitism will end and Judaism be-
come "one of the great spiritual!
possessions of the wnole human I
race" when Jews and non-Jews'
'abondon" their ethnic or national;
reservations" about Jews. Jew-1
ish leaders immediately took issue
with his views charging him with I
making "distorted statements."
Dr. Toynbee made his statement
as the principal speaker at the
dinner of the 17th annual confer-i
ence of the anti-Zionist American
luncil for Judaism. Both Zion-
ism and anti-Semitism, he de-:
I iied. assume "that it is impos-
sible for Jews and non-Jews to
mow together into a single com-
munity and that, therefore, a phy-1
>ical separation is the only way
It."
"The watchword of anti-Semi-1
in.'- Dr. Toynbee continued, "is
ack to me.lieval apartheid;' the.
- atchword of Zionism is 'back to
medieval ghetto." All the far-
Continued on Page 9-A
When the issue came before
the cabinet meeting, five of the
ministers voted ?.iainst the im-
munity proposal "on both emo-
tional and legal grounds." Al-
ject to prosecution in Israel un-
der the same Israeli law which
is the basis for Eichmann's in-
dictment.
These who voted against im-
munity for the ex Nazis are Min-
Continued on Pag* 10-A
Ex Nazis in Firm Declaration
They Have 'Nothing to Hide'
DUDERICH. West Germany(JTA>Eberhard von Thadden, the
51-year-old former Nazi Foreign Ministry official whose testimony will
be sought on behalf of Adolf Eichmann. told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency this week that he was ready to testify before West German
authorities.
"I have nothing to hide." he said, I
! but refused to give further infor-
State Department Takes Issue
With N.Y. on Arab Boycott
WASHINGTON(JTA)The State Department expressed this week
disapproval of Arab blockade and boycott practices but linked the Arab
tactics with "the plight of the Arab refugees" and charged that the
New York State Legislature, in a recent resolution, sought to portray
the Arab blockade as 'more discriminatory than it actually is."
mation except that he had talked
with Eichmann's chief defense
counsel, Dr. Robert Servatius, only
once and then by telephone.
Von Thadden is one of four form-
er Nazis whom the three man
court hearing the Eichmann trial
agreed to accept as defense wit-
nesses on the basis of testimony
before the West German courts
with the provision that Israeli rep-
resentatives would be present for
such hearings. The others are
Max Mcrten, one-time Nazi mill-
Friedland Will
Be Installed;
Citations Set
Joy and solemnity will keynote
the celebration of Israel's 13th an
niversary by the Miami Jewish
iary governor of Salonika. Greece; community on Wednesday evening
former Nazi Major Herman Kru- at the Israel Bond Bar Mltzvah
Brooke Hays. Assistant Secretary
of State, made known that he was
speaking "for the Secretary of
State" in an official letter to Sen.
Kenneth Keating, of New York.
Mr. Hays said that resolution num-
ber 131. adopted in Albany by the
New York State Senate and As-
sembly, calling for American action
against Arab discrimination, con-
tained "several statements which
imply erroneously aequiscence by
U.S. Government agencies and
which tend to portray the boycott
as more discriminatory than it
actually is."
Mr. Hays made known that the
Department had prepared a de-
tailed rebuttal of the New York
State anti-boycott resolution. This
rebuttal minimized the Arab
blacklist, Stating that it applied
mainly to vessels carrying war
material to Israel, that there were
only about 25 American flag ships
now on the blacklist, and that "a
Continued on Page 7-A
mey. an aide of Eichmann; and
Dr. Franz Six. a Nazi officer in
occupied Russia.
Merten said in Berlin that he
could prcve who gave the orders
to exterminate Jews during the
Nazi regime but that he intended
to give the name only during
legal interrogation. He said he
could not really be considered a
witness for the defense because
all that he would be ab'e to tesfi-
fy was thaton the basis of his
experience in Salonika Eich-
mann always obtained backing
from higher agencies fcr the mea-
sures planned against the Jews.
The United Press International
Continued on Page 16 A
and inaugural dinner in the Fo.i-
tainebleau hotel. Dinner chair-
man is Maurice Revitz.
The occasion will also mark the
formal ins allation of Samuel
Friedland as chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond com-
mittee and his campaign cabinet.
Coming to Miami to serve as
guest speaker at the event will be
Justice William 0. Douglas of the
L'nted States Supreme Court. To
be installed with Friedland are:
Continued on Page 2-A
Federation Announces $1,375,000 for CJA
SEE EDITORIAL COMMENT
PACE 4-A
The 1961 Combined Jewish Ap
Peal has r Lsed $1,375,000 for the
support of its 57 local, national
and overseas beneficiaries, it was
announced Monday by Joseph M.
lipton, general campaign chair-
man, at a final report meeting in
the Biscayne Terrace hotel.
Addressing some 200 campaign
leaders, Lipton said that nearly
15.000 Dade county residents con-
tributed to the CJA drive, which
ia hoid annually to finance health.
welfare and social services here.
Although the total raised is be-
low the campaign of 1960. Lipton
pointed to a brighter picture in
cash collections during 1960.
"Pledge payments on unpaid
balances were the second best
in our entire history, ard the
first four months of this year
have surpassed even that result
by a very considerable margin,"
Lipton said.
General economic conditions
! were among factors responsible
'for the lag in the campaign, par-
ticularly the serious slow-up in
such basic industries as construe-
! tion and real estal Com-
J peting fund-raising cam [ni
which divert leaders! p, i inteers
'and gift dollars, also pla.; *.' i this
year's CJA drive, ace* "ding to
Lipton.
Miami's agencies, wl Ich look to
j CJA for their operating funds,
have already been alerted to ex-
Continued on Page 6-A
SAMUEL fRIEDLAND
. committee chairman
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Israel Bonds Will Induct Officers
Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
committee. Ira Hirschmann, financier and diplomat, and Louis
Rudnick, Coral Gables Israel Bond chairman, discuss the Is-
rael Bond Bar Mitzvah and inaugural dinner Wednesday
evening at the Fontainebleau hotel. Hirschmann, who just
returned from the Eichmann trial in Israel, spoke at a dinner
meeting of Israel Bond leaders Tuesday night at the Diplomat
hotel.
Beach Student To be Ordained
The son of a Miami Beach couple
will be ordained as rabbi in Cin-
cinnati on June 3.
Sylvin I.. Wolf, son ot Mr. and
Mrs. Sigmund Wolf, of 1329 Collins
ave.. Miami Beach, will be grad-
uated by Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion and
ordained at ceremonies at Cincin-
nati's historic Plum Street Syna-
gogue. Following ordination, he
will serve as assi>tant rabbi at
Temple Israel. Memphis. Tenn.
Wolf is a 1954 graduate of the
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he majored in history and won
academic honors. He is num-
ber of the Kappa Nu fraternity.
While preparing for the pulpit,
he led several congregations. This
year, he served Sinai Temple,
Marion, fad., as a student rabbi.
Earlier, he led the University of
Cincinnati Hillel Foundation, and
was spiritual leader of Conytv.a
lion Beth Israel. Cleveland, and
Temple Israel. Burlington. la.
An outstanding rabbinic student,
he served as an instructor in He-
bron at the College-Institute sum-
mer school in 1959. He was secre-
tary of the Hl'C-JIR Student Assn.,
1959-60, and assistant division head
of the Jewish Community Center
Day Camp in 1958.
Wolf is married to the former
Phyllis C. Black, daughter of Mr.
and Mr*. Albert H. Black, ot Pitts-
burgh.
AEPi Alumni in Reception
Some 100 members of Alpha
Epsilon Pi Alumni Club held a
reception and dinner party at the
Deauville hotel on Saturday. Harry-
Levy was chairman.
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Jack A. Cantor, chairman of
the board of governors; Samuel
Oritt, chairman of the State of
Florida; Jack Popick, chairman
of the executive board; Maurice
Revitz, chairman of the cam-
paign council; Joseph Cohen,
chairman, and Nat Waldman,
vice chairman for Miami Beach;
Harold Thurman, chairman, and
Meyer A. Baskin and Sheldon
Kaye, vice chairman for the
City of Miami.
Also to be installed are the fol-
lowing division chairmen: William
Bornstein, trustee.-; Jack Katzman,
builders Leonard Rosen and E.
Albert Pallot. guardians: Sidney
Ansin. congregational dinner-. Mi-
ami Beach, and Henry Gilbert,
congregational dinners. Miami;
Sam Reinhard. High Holidays; Sam
Lachman, hotels: Dr. Milton Lu-
barr and Abraham Grunhut. or-
ganizations; James Albert. Oleh
Regel: Ben Essen, special events:
Harold Zmn, young executives div-
ision; and Jack Rifkin. building
funds.
Members of the board of gov-
. ernors to be installed include Sam
Blank. Lewis Bower. Joseph Apple-
baum. Morris Cooper. Abram Fox.
1 A C. Fine, Maurice Cans, Sidney
i Cans, Samuel Goldtarb. Paul Gor-
don. Isadore Hecht. Samuel Kip-
nis. Marcie Liberman. David J.
Light. Sam Luby. Santord H. Kean.
Max Orovitz. Dan Ruskin. Louis
Rudnick. Carl Weinkle. Max Weitz.
Morry B. Morris. Jack Carner.
Max Bauer. Max Deakter and
Philip Revitz.
Area chairmen are Hy Galbut.
South Shore; Al Sherman. North
Shore; Tom Kravitz. Buv Harbor;
Rabbi Lehrman I
Due at Flagler
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
j pie Emanu-El, will speak on 'What
Affiliation With the United Syiu
gogue Means to You" at a meet-
ing of Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter on Tuesday evening
He will be introduced by Samuel
Hollander, newly-elected president
Rabbi Gerald Lerer, new spirit-
I ual leader of Flagler-Granada. said
that '"a better understanding of the
United Synagogue activities will
further the Center's plans for af-
, filiation with the movement."'
Sisterhood will be in charge of
refreshments.
Max Kolker. Surfside: Benjamin
Rimer. Allison island; Ezra.-JTnie-
gold. Biscayne Point: Al Levinc.
south Miami: Harry Gordon. South-
wesl Miami; Herman Feldman.
Coral Gables: Max Fox. Keystone
Point; Laac Donen. North Miami
Beach; Alien Greenberg. Riviera.
A highlight of the evening's pro-
gram will be a presentation cere-
mony during which 13 Miamian>
will be ;4iven special recognition.
Revi'z said that "these 13 men
and wo-vsn will be among out-
standing world leaders who have
been se'ected in each major
community for special awards.
Tribute will be paid to the men
anc" women who have stood in
the foreground of their respec-
tive communities in the endeavor
to help promote the security
and wel'are of Israel.
The 13 Miamians to be honored
are Sidney Ansm. Sam Blank. Jack
A. Cantor. Samuel Friedland. Isa-
dore Hecht. Marcie Liberman.
Stanley C. Myers. Samuel Oritt.
Max Orovitz. c'a,! Weinkle u* I
Anna Brenner ilevers \[- g
uelT. Sapiro and Mr. MaxwJ
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Plans Unveiled for Abe Aronovitz
Memorial Pavilion in Cedars of Lebanon
ABE ARONOVITZ MEMORfAl PAVILI
CEDARS Of LEBANON HOSPITAL
O&a/rm *r
Miami Mayor Robert King High and McGregor Smith, board
chairman of Florida Power and Light Company, take a close
look at the floor plan of the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. The $500,000 pavilion will
concentrate on study and treatment of heart diseases. Mayor
High is chairman of the Aronovitz memorial committee, and
[ Smith is assisting the Mayor on the project.
B Council Installs Officers
Frank Kershner w a s installed
k (sident of the South Florida Coun-
cil of B'nai B'rith Lodges at a
meting of the organization on Sun-
> in the Seville hotel.
! avid Gorman, president of the
Florida State Federation, also in-
tailed Edward A. Stern, president-
Dect; M. J. Finegold. Edward
hein, Herbert Heiken, Stanley C.
koldberg and Joseph Horowitz,
rice presidents; Sidney Palmer,
lack Wilson and Ansel Witten-
tfin. regional vice presidents;
lharies Seiavitch, executive sec-
retary; Jack Finkel. recording sec-
retary; and Arthur Paddor, treas-
urer.
Members of the board include
! these lodge presidents: Irving
Schatzman, Miami Beach; Eli Hur-
witz. Sholem; Jerome Robinson.
Coral Gables; Murray Skup, North
Dade; Wilbur Loewenberg. North
Shore; S. A. Robbins. Gilbert Bal-
kin; Jack Finkel, West Miami; Ted
Lingaton. Flamingo; Allen Davis,
Sunshine State; David Harris. Hol-
lywood; and Dan Danart, Ft. Lau-
derdale.
Plans for the Abe Aronovitz Me-
morial Pavilion at Cedars of Leba-
non Hospital have been revealed by-
Mayor Robert King High, chair-
man of the Aronovitz memorial
committee.
The $500,000 pavilion will con-
sist of an entire floor of the $4,-
500,000 Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,
and will be devoted to the study of
heart diseases. Mayor High report-
ed.
The Aronovitz memorial com-
mittee is composed of over 50
business and civic leaders of all
faiths who were friends of the
late Abe Aronovitz. The commit-
tee also announced plans for a
banquet on June 6 at the Dupont
Plaza hotel, to help raise the
funds required to endow the pa-
vilion before the end of the year.
In his announcement. Mayor
High said that "at the time of his
death. Abe Aronovitz was general
chairman of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital. I know that Cedars
meant a great deal to him, and as
one who deeply admired him, I
am happy that his friends are join-
ing together to build this tribute."
The pavilion, according to Mayor
High, will have the newest facili-
ties obtainable. Every bed on the
floor will have "piped-in" oxygen
installations for instantaneous and
most efficient use. Individual
positive pressure transfusion equip-
ment and suction devices will also
be available at each bed.
"The floor will mark the first
Cardiology Center in the world
with an intensive treatment area'
for critically-ill patients where
electric cardiac resu'eitators and
pacemakers will be instantly avail-
able," he said.
Personnel in this area have been
thoroughly and specially trained to
administer emergency therapy fast-
er than the usual techniques in
practice today. Dr. Morton Hal-
pern, cardiologist and chief of
staff, explained that "the floor has
been designed to save every pos-
sible fraction of a second when a
cardiology emergency arises."
Every bed in the pavilion will
have electronic position controls
and a pillow speaker to communi-
cate with the central nurses sta-
tion. The same pillow speaker
will be individually and quietly
tunable t6 radio and television
programs.
Other features of the Aronovitz
Memorial will include radar ranges
to make food piping hot within sec-
onds and individually controlled
air-conditioning in each room.
Cardiology research on this flooi
will be coordinated with programs
at Jackson Memorial Hospital and
the University of Miami school ot
medicine.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
open in October, with a non-profit,
non sectarian policy. Site is NW
12 ave and NW 14 St. The institu-
tion will contain 282 beds and 30
bassinets.
tables A1A Dance
Installed as trustees were Irving
Schtzman and Ted Robinson.
.Coral Gables AZA will hold a Guest speaker was RaDbi B. Leon
ftweetheart" dance in the Deau- Hurwitz. of Temple Zamora, Coral
lille hotel Saturday evening. Gene Gables. Outgoing president Jack M.
"ink is in charge of arrangements. Fink was presented wiiii a plaque.
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Reveal Merger
Rabbi Max Zucker will be spirit-
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congregations of Temple B'nai
Sholom and Dade Heights Jewish
Congregation, with a membership
of over 300 families.
Unification and rededication cere-
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16800 NW 22 ave.. Opa locka. and
proceed to Dade Heights Jewish
Congregation. 1401 NW 183rd St..
where the final ceremonies will
take place.
Rabbi Zucker and Cantor Ernan-
uel Mandel will officiate.
Gerald Greenfield, president of
Temple B'nai Sholom. will present
the religious articles to Sidney P
Goode. president of Dade Heights
Jewish Congregation.
With this unification, the congre-
gation will lam.eh a building fund
drive for a new 5150.000 sanctuary
to be started in the fall.
Temple Menorah Singletons
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Volume 34 Number 19
Friday, May 12, 1961
26 Iyar 5721
Something Must he Done
8 are grateful for the reaction to The
J Floridian editorial in these columns I
wet : with ard to the Greater Miami wish
I- deration as well as to the {actual report of
.ion's situation today.
Sc: -3d hearty agreement with our
view of the problem, considered the recomn
(' ions both pertinent and applicable, and in
several cases added recommendations of their
Own. Others disagreed, and were content to
fellow Federation's recent actions.
A third group welcomed the self-examin-
olion, but offered totally individual approaches
to amelioration of the condition.
In every case, there was general recogni-
tion that "something must be done."
Community opinion and thinking are an
important process toward initiating corrective
measures. We present here, in reply to our
request, a statement by Sam J. Heiman, pres-
ident of Federation:
The desire to re-study Federation's role in the
community its structure, its programs, and its
fund-raising is motivated by the fact that in this
community of some 75.000 Jews or possibly more,
and in this well-to-do community, we must come to
grips with the problem of not raising sums of moncv
consistent with the wealth and well-being which
exists here.
To say that Miami has had an exemplary rep-
utation for its fund-raising in the past is not ac-
curate. We have lulled ourselves into believing it,
but in comparison with other communities in the
country, our fund-raising results suffer greatly.
Since its inception, and all throughout the Uni-
ted States, Federations have been regarded as the
central agencies of the communities because in Fed-
eration those causes are joined in which every
Jewish individual is interested whether it be com-
munity relations, overseas aid, or the needs of the
people who live here.
Good community health starts at home, and
it is our aim. through examination, soul-searching,
and analysis, to build a positive healthy Jewish
community, and to do this Federation must be at
the core.
Any dynamic organization requires continual re-
examination, reanalysis, and continual restudy of
goals and purpose and of realistic approach.
Drastic steps have already been taken; we are
allocating what we raise; we are on a "pay-as-you-
go" basis; and we have unfortunately had to dras-
tically reduce the support of our local egencies and
our national agencies in line with the amount of
money that the community has given to the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign.
Our problem today is to prepare for the future
to create a community without divisiveness, whose
needs for services will be recognized and supported
properly by the members of this community.
Jt is essential, if we are to do this, to develop
community pride, and to develop the kind of com-
munity conscience that exists in other communities.
This is the job of community leadership Old
leadership and new leadership must be amalga-
mated, and in both there must be a thoughtful and
consistent concern for community problems and a
recognition of the philosophy that you have enunci-
ated that the whole is bigger than the sum of its
parts.
To do this requires a realistic approach to
where we are what we are and where we are
going, and where this Federation must be in the
near future.
The crisis in Jewish life is an ongoing one and
only through a coordinated approach based upon
a thoughtful analysis can the direction of the future
be developed.
I welcome the opportunity of sitting down with
members of our community to discuss Federation
jts role in the community, and their viewpoints on
its problems.
We are looking forward to the cooperation of all
good-thinking citizens in this approach.
SAM J. HEIMAN, President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Indeed, it is to be hoped that men and
women everywhere in the community show an
interest in sit'ina down to talk about Federation
problems. Perhaps it is the general failure to
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do this in the past that has contributed to the
dilemma today.
A Word of Congratulation
Samuel Friedland will be installed as
chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
committee on Wednesday evening.
Mr. Friedland is known nationally for his
contributions to civic, religious, philanthropic
and educational causes, both Jewish and non-
Jewish. His active participation here should
bring Greater Miami to even higher levels of
Israel Bond achievement than before.
The Wednesday function will also see
special recognition accorded 13 Miamians as
"outstanding world leaders" in behalf of the
bond campaign.
On the occasion of the 13th anniversary of
the State of Israel, the tenth anniversary of the
campaign looks back on a record of laudable
contribution to Israel's development drive. It
has been a dynamic decade, which saw many
parts of Israel dotted by unmistakable signs of
economic progress.
This dynamism is reflected in the high rate
of industrial production, which has been in-
creasing at an average of 12% in recent years,
and which last year jumped to 14% in re-
sponse to the financial fuel of Israel Bond dol-
lars.
The installation celebration on Wednes-
day will be a good opportunity for Greater
Miami to join in saluting the State of Israel on
its Bar Mitzvah and to offer a word of con-
gratulation to the men and women of our com-
munity who have helped reach it.
dining the week
as i see i(
by LEO MINDLIN
WO .MPORTANT a
in Miami on
corned themselve<
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before the 41m annual meet
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Children's Service. In
evening, Harry Minkoff. executive director of the Guidanci 1 enter of
New Rochelle. N.Y.. spoke on "Group Services and Their Contrilw.
tion to Personal Development in the '60s" at the tenth annual meet-
ing of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.
Dr. Lawson traced the change in viewpoint of the physician's
major pediatric concerns. Diptheria. polio, small pox, and -other
physical ailments no longer constitute the totality of tin child's med-
ical hazard. In his view, mental and emotional challenges have risen
in staggering proportion to ensnare the well-being of our
net of dangers as grave as any of the classical ills ovei
nov make disnassit nate chum to victory. Nor. he beli
challenges necessarily the result of a world in a
iry marki d by I U stic kind of technolo
that sent Yui ; ind Alan Shephard Into spa
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lOWG-STANC'NG VALUES IN THE HOME
^O THE CLASSIC pitfalls for a sound emotional di be-
setting the child and emerging teen-ager must now I
world flirting with the prospect of nuclear annihilation whilt
in a never-ending number of lesser revolutions, invasions, or liber-
ations each depending upon one's particular politic a 1 viewpoint.
This, clearly, is inevitably balanced in the tender-mind against cease-
less adult lecturing about ethics, morality, and civilized principles of
behavior.
In short, if the super-ego is not an effective defense against brute
animal behavior in the human species, why do parent.-, teachers,
ministers and the like seek to impose it .upon those still in the final
stages of enjoying their id impulses? Youngsters may net think in
these terms, but they apparently act according to their fullest impli-
cations, which tend to be grasped by intuition, to raise to alarming
levels the incidence of juvenile delinquency today.
And juvenile delinquency is neither more nor less than a war
against society on a lower chronological level the kind of war
youth launch as an expression of their emotional disturbance which
is. in the first instance, elicited by adult wars in the double-standard
world surrounding them.
In Dr. I.awson's view, the home and family must be considered
the principal fortress against the onslaught of such literally childish
reasoning. Wars, the kind of scientific hopscotch that antiquates to-
day's horizons tomorrow, television, comic books and other depressed
forms of "culture'' these all have their negative effect. But where
values in the home nurture the tender souls of the young, the possi-
bility for the development of a well-integrated adult remain as great
as ever before.
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A POINT OF SOCIAL ENTHUSIASM'
jARRY MINKOFF'S presentation, more specifically documented.
tended also to be more vague. Values, he believes, are deter-
mined by what we do not what we say. Thus, it is an increasingly
prevalent social dilemma that we mouth the principle of "thou shalt
not covet." but expose ourselves as ludicrous examples in suburbia
studies highlighting the process of "keeping up with the Join -
In a specific Jewish reference, he ridiculed the Bar Mitzvah experi-
ence seen in terms of champagne parties and five-piece dance bands.
with its spiritual implications totally escaping the celebrating par-
ents and therefore the 13-year-old. as well.
Whereas, in Dr. Lawson's address, values tended to remain
classic and static in a changing world. Mr. Minkoff suggested that
values also change. Only self-gratification appears to motivate us
today. As a symbol of such a "navel-centered universe." h( cited the
commercial emergence of a new type of wallpaper whose doi-'n fea-
tures printed bookshelves and books. Referring to the "old. good.
inspiring values" of a half-century ago, he arrived at a conclusion
again somewhat different from Dr. Lawson's: Changes in technology
and science no longer leave us sure of anything; we then fore grasp
at the "real" and the material.
The challenge to human leadership today, in Mr. Minkoff's view.
is to deal with what are accepted as fundamental values to substi-
tute the palpable bookshelf for the wallpaper one. Referr g to Jane
Addams and her Hull House, he declared that the good we secure for
ourselves is uncertain without its being secured for others A proper-
ly-mctivated community thus strives to give purpose am goals to
conviction.
Within this context, the community center emerges as a point f
"social enthusiasm." Since the wav we spend our time can have a
bearing on our emotional stability, the center may ^ \ably
ameliorate a mass sense of tension and rootlessness.
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DIMENSIONS Of A STRAINED HORIZON
Reminder to the Tortured dr lawson s adress .0 Jewish Farm* and cmi.
Israels move to grant immunity to two
former Gestapo men so that they may come to
Jerusalem to testify in behalf of Adolf Eich
maim should be enough answer to those harsh
and intellectually tortured souls who have
been so severe in their criticism of the trial.
If this does not tell them that a fair ren-
w^h^irng'wluEichmann pssim* -
t Jif % dx?.s ,n0t remind toe tha- even in
rnari'nd0lE'ChTnn is beina ^corded ,he
kind of legal privileges he never Granted the
six million men. women and children in whose
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nastion against the moving world's compromise of traditional n
Mr. Minkoff told the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center .
he center is the adult's fortress in the defense of his mental healin-
In my own view. Dr. Lawson's position seems somewhat more de-
fensible. At least, it had better be. or the child will have no guardian
tn nrr>tn/. u:__ f~.. ... 1 i.,mPTll
ive
of a world in constant conflict.
For the community center is not a preventive or supporU-
psyehiatnc therapy program. It is rather a source of leisure-Um
activity open to every age level. Additionally, the Jewish communn
center, whose sectarian character Mr. Minkoff mentioned not at a",
should bring by implication rather than instruction : '*
values to its unique facilities which, hopefully, also prevail
the home.
In a very real sense, Dr. Lawson saw the home it the child's
respite from the relentless presence of a reality belter
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Friday. May 12, 1961
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Jewish Unit Meets Rusk
led by the chairman of the Confer- visory Council. Mrs Charles V. clare'i that general problems af-
jenee, Label Katz. i Hyme.s. president of the National fecting the situation in the Middle
It included Rabbi Philip Bern- Council '0I' Jewish Women, | East vv.t!l partiCular emphasis 00
WASHINGTON (JTA) A i can Jewish Organizations called stein, chairman oi tne American Hieh officials of the State De- \ American Israel relations, were
delegation representing.the Confer this, week.-o- Secretary, of State ,srael PubI'c Affairs Committee, partment also participated in the discussed on behalf of the H na-
nr-P of Presidents nf Mninr amori 'nQnn t>.i o-u 4 i Loms Weinstem. president of the hour-long discussion. Leaving the ; tional Jewish organizations of the
rnu of Presidents of Major Amen- Dean Rusk. The delegation was National Community Relations Ad-! State Department. Mr. Katz de-i Presidents Conference.
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Council (left), was one of the top community leaders to receive
campaign merit awards at the Combined Jewish Appeal "ap-
preciation luncheon" on Monday. General chairman Joseph
M. Lipton (right) commended Susskind for his "exemplary
eadership in directing the drive amono 40 business groups
throughout Dade county."_____________________
Justice Thornal Due to Speak
Mrs. Gerald, P. Soltz is chair-
oi the third annual meeting
ol Jewish Vocational Service.
which will take plait May 31 at
.Miami Springs Villas. Supreme
Court Justice Bampbell Thornal
v 11 be guest speaker.
It ia expected that Justice Thor-
nal will discuss community respon-
sibly involving the job placement
ol handicapped people.
Harold Goldfarb will be chair-
man of the awards committee,
which includes Barney Bernstein.
Clemen J Ehrlich. Sam Luby. jr.,
and Lloyd L. Ruskin. president of
J\ s
One citation, "Contractor of
the Year," will be awarded to
the firm here which has been
most helpful to the agencys Shel-
tered Workshop with sub-eon-
tracts on which the handicapped
can work. Second citation will
go to the "Employer of the Year"
fcr major efforts in the place-
ment of the handicapped in com-
petitive industry.
Marshall S. Harris. cha:rman of
the nominating and membership
committee, will present the slate
ol officers. Serving on the com-
mittee are David Bloomberg, Mau-
rice Hyman. Dr. J. R. Schwartz.
and Mrs. Sam Stark
Arthur S. Rosichan. executive di-
rector of the Greater Mimi Jew-
ish Federation, will be installing
officer.
Jewish Vocational Service also
revealed this week that executive
director Dr. Michael Goodman and
Donald S Block, workshop direc-
tor, are leaving to attend a regional
conference for sheltered workshop
professionals May 15 to 19 at the
University of Alabama. Dr. Good-
man has also been invited to a con-
ference of community placement
agencies for older workers in Suf-
fern, X.Y.. on May 22 and 23.
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HAZEL ALLISON
CATERING DIRECTOR
JE 1-6061
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CIA Announces $1,375,000 for '61
Continued from Page 1-A
peel Wits in allocate ns ffom 20 to
30 .
These beneficiaries include
Great* r Miami Jewish Communitj
Center. Jewish Horn.' for the Aged,
vish Family and Children's
Service. Mt. Sinai H Bureau
of Jewish Education, Jewish Vo-
cational S< n ic<. Bi r m de Hir
L tan Fund ;>:;,i N Council
ol Jewish WOl
Approximately one-half of the
funds raised are a '' the
United Jewish Appeal for aid of
newcomers to Israel, and their re-
habilitation and integration into
the social and economic life of
their new homeland.
Guest speaki r .; I te CJA lunch-
eon was John B Turner, president
of the 1961-62 L'niti d Fui who
was introduced by Lipton and
lauded for his dynamic leader-
ship and organizational skill in
[marshalling the community's
' strength in behalf of United or
Federated fund-rai sing
Lipton expressed hearttelt thanks
of the community and the recip-
i Ms of CJA services to the thous-
ands of volunteers "who each year
.:i\'' counties- hours of their time
and dedicate themselves to the
causes of CJA
Special merit awards and
bronze plaques were presented
to division chairmen and mem-
bers of the campaign cabinet
for "unswerving devotion to the
job of conducting the vital cam-
paign."
Among those turning in final re-
ports were A .1. Harris and Julian
Weinkle. initial Gifts Committee;
Carl Susskind. Business and Pro-
fessions Council: Mrs Fay Ablin,
Women's Division: A. J. Molasky
and Joseph M. Rose. Re.-tdents
Di\ ision.
Recipients of top leadership
awards were Mrs. Fa\ Ablin. Sid-
nev Ansin. Jerry Blank. Judge In- C. Lehman. A. .I v .
ing cypen Mrs Meyer Lggnatz. C. Hysr^.^Max rj yj
Samuel N. Friedland. Richard E Rifas. Joseph V L, 7 1
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Mental Health film
An hour-Ions film. "Such a Bu.-y
' Day." will be shown at the Miami
1 Public Library on Tuesday even-
ing. Discussant will be Marvin
Schreiber. executive director. Mal-
colm Ross Senior Day Center ol
Miami. The program is one of the
| film discussion series ottered by
the Mental Health Society of Great-
er Miami, a United Fund service.
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NAT POLLACK
\Dep't. Disputes
\N. Y. on Boycott
Continued rrom Fage 1-A
bnuch larger number of Ameri-
tan vessels have slopped at ls-
|i. ci ports and have not been put
r the blacklist."
The Department said in its re-
uttal that "American firms which
I commodities are not subject
'.he provisions of the Arab boy-
Arab boycott regulations
r< not applied against persons or
i tanies because they are Jew-
\'r. but rather because they do busi-
pss with Israel ... No depart-
B< .: or agency of the U.S. Gov-
i nment has sanctioned, through
pntractual language or otherwise.
6-11.minatory ship charters bar-
lb American Hag vessels touch-
h>. at Israel ports from carrying
pi:.- of surplus American agricultu-
commodities to Arab coun-
pes ."
[The State Departmeni mean-
I charged that the "Israel
|<\ernnient has included a clause
its Title 1 Public Law 480 cargo
tarter contracts which forbids the
I Hurting vessel to sail in Arab
fitters or call at Arab ports prior
discharge."
Mr. Hays said that the United
|1. :cs neither condoned nor reeog-
< d the Arab boycott. "As sover-
states, the Arab nations as-
rl that they are entitled to es-
Iblish rules and regulations that
i'.scribe dealings with any indi-
viduals or firms in accordance with
I I hey deem to be in the inter-
kts of their national security,"
hi S'ate Department official point-
d out.
'In the absence of a definitive
I settlement between Israel and
I the Arab states, including a set-
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Nat Pollack Named Beth David Exec;
Will Take Up Duties on May 15
Appointment of Nat Pollack to officers and civilians, administer-
the position of executive director ing financial programs, and de-
of Beth David Synagogue was an- veloping top-level budget and fiscal
nounced this week by Rahbi Nor-! policies,
man N. Shapiro, spiritual leader.,
and Sidney Aronovitz, president of \
the congregation.
Pollack will take over his duties
on May 15. The new director was
previously employed for SIX years
as comptroller and Office manager
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fede-
ration, central fund-raising com-
munity-planning agency.
For ssveral years. Pollack
worked with the U.S. Treasury
Department as an Internal Reve-
nue agent. He also spsnt some
time in the teaching profession
at secondary and college levels,
holding a graduate teacher's
certificate in the states of Flori-
da and New York.
Pollack's education included in-
tensive studies in both religion and
finance. He received a Master's
! degree at Columbia University
| with major work in business edu-
cation, and has a Bachelor's de-
j gree in Business Administration at
I St. Johns University of New York.
! He is also a graduate of Yeshiva
! Rabbi Chaim Berlin of Brooklyn, j
NY., and attended the Mesuita
Torah Vodaath in Brooklyn. In
1953. he visited the State of Israel.
Pollack advanced from private
to lieutenant colonel in the U.S. i
Air Force and saw active service ;
in World War II and Korea. As;
comptroller in the U.S. A:r Force,
he was in full charge- ol some 40
A Miami resident since 1W2,
Pollack has been active in local
civic, religious, and educational
programs. He is a life member
of the Amvets Organization, and
is affiliated with the U.S. Air
Force Reserve Officers Assn,
and other professional groups.
The new synagogue executive
lives at 8600 SW 20 at, Miami, wiih
Ins wife, Annette, and their four
children. Rita. 16: Adrian. 11; Leon,
13; and Harvey. 5.
Rita will graduate this mon'h
from the Hebrew High School of
Iho Bureau of Jewish Education.
Adrian and Leon attend the He-
brew Academ) on Miami Beach.
Jessica Hurwitz
In Second Place
Jessica, daughter of Rabbi and
Mrs. B. Leon Hurwitz. who was
lirst place winner in the regional
Bible contest, placed second in the
national finals in New York on Apr
30.
Che will graduate from the Cen
tral Hebrew High School of the
Bureau at exercises to be held
Tuesday evening, May 23, at the
Di Lido hotel.
Also participating in the nationa
finals was Carole, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. David Goldberg.
Sponsoring the contest were the
Bureau of Jewish Education of!
Greater Miami, the department of;
education and culture ol the Amen-1
can Zionist Council, and the Israel,
Bible Society.
Winning art objects submitted '.
in the Bureau's annual essay-art \
i contest will be displayed at the May
23 meeting.
tlement of the plight of the Arab
refugees, the boycott and simi-
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fest themselves," he declared.
Sen. Keating, commenting on the
Department's new expression, said
that "the Department has taken
virtually no action to defend the
rights of American citizens or ol
international justice" on the Aral
blockade and boycott problems.
The Senator said Arab discrimi
nation affected not only the State
of Israel but also American citi
sens and that the boycott is a
"shocking travesty of the princi
pies of co-existence which the Arab
states themselves preach.''
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vJewisti fkrkllari
Friday, May 12. 1961
^Prosecution Goes After 15 Counts
.IKRCSALEM-fJTAl-Thepros I At
ecution in the Adolf Eichmann Attorney
Monday's morning session., ernment because the mar was an
General Hausner pre-j Argentine^ national, was tranter.
, red on orders of Eichmann office
Jews in
trial here presented documentary sentcd lo llu, court the pattern tQ Auschwilz Later it waa .-
evidence Monday to prove that | Nazi mass.ml.rders of -'^ in > Eichmann personally vmm, ,,Mn;
Eichmann personally had given Faslcrn Kufopc. prior to Uie Foreign Ministry that this Jew hart
specific orders to deport French liUim.ning 0f the death camp pro- died of a hcaft aUac(.
Belgian and Dutch Jews to death
camps.
Deputy Attorney General Ga-
briel Bach, taking over the pics
ecution at Monday afternoon 51 -
sion. presented documentary evi-
dence lo support those portions ot
the 15-point indictment as;
Eichmann dealin
gram, when the Einsatzprupcn. pcrsonal intervention^ In
Nazi commando units carried on m m rrf tQ
of Jew- ior the Nazi
ar,
Kich-
liun-
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Hausner. He
merit showing that
Presenting a scroll and gold button to Arthur Fox is Harry
Levy, district deputy of Florida of the Free Sons of Israel.
Standing (left to riant) are Irving Richter. president, Greater
Miami Lodae; Louis Gluckstern; Leslie Fellerman, financial
the murders ot Jews ior iu w garian an(i Rumanian jev
apparatus, these units killed oxer doc;imentcd in othcr pa,
400,000 Jews in 1941 alone ac- sonlcci b, Mr. Hausner.
cording to documents presented By
introduced a docu- One of the QOCUn i ,,,.
Adolf Hitler duced by Hausner wi s a letlei
wit the Nazi had received a report listing more from a Nazi named Weu,
the annihilation ol than 360.000 Jewish executions by reported that Eicnma bad
I as in Western countries occu- the Einsatzgrupen in three months of the Gestapo s Sect:oi [\ |
pied by the Hitler forces. of 1942. had agreed with a su
' ..,,, German Jews be sent |
Earlier. Attorney General bio- ,;,,.,.,.in army commanders in Minsk lor execution. \
eon Hausner had detwled.tiirougn ,occupied Ru>sl., h ,va> shown hls letter was a hand-wrii
witnesses who took the s^and.jna lhm|1,,h sti another document |jnktng Eichmann to a i
El Al Will Buy
Two More Jets
Horticulturist on Television
By Special Reoort
VEW YORKEl Al Israel Air-
lines has announced the signing of
an agreement with the Boeing
Company for the purchase of two j
Mayor Vischi Will
Be Honor Guest
Among scores of documents
introduced by Bach were sev-
eral proving that the Paris rep-
resentative of Gestapo Section
IV-B-4 the section headed by
Eichmann had acted on di-
rect orders from Eichmann.
Copies of cables and letters from
Eichmann to the Paris man, an
officer named Danecker, were
introduced, showing Eichmann
had demanded that Jews be pre-
vented from escaping or emi-
grating from France.
Eichmann had personally order-
ed, other documents showed, that
Mayor Edmund Vischi, honorary ; arrangements be made for the de-
European routes.
Britannias.
replacing
First tea was held last Sunday, many for each deported Jew:
Harry Raskin, retired truck body-
designer who has become a locally
noted horticulturist, will lecture on
i methods of grafting the mango on
! May 23. 10:30 a.m., over WPST
ch. 10. With Raskin will be Louis ,
J. Daigle. assistant county agricul-
tural agent of the Dade County
720-B~mcdium range""jet planes for I Agricultural Department,
delivery early in 1962.
The purchase, which is subject
to approval by the Israel Govern
ment, represents an investment of
$14,000,000. On their arrival, the
n w jets will supplement the El |
Al fleet of three Boeing 707 Inter chairman, and Mrs. Vischi will be I portation. at first, of 6.000 French ,w
continental jets, putting the air- honored guests at a series ol" teas j Jews who were sent to Auschwitz.
line's operation on an exclusively sponsored by Yehudah Moshe to j instructions were given to Daneck- ,
jet basis. The 720s will fly El Al's > welcome new members into the er by Eichmann to see to it that |
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possible to describe" and asked foreign. non-German nation
Hitler himself to intervene to halt This letter slated: We res rve the
right to give further instructions
thee killings.
The evidence piled up by th
prosecution showed that nothing
was done in Jewish matters in
Eastern Europe without Eich-
mann's approval or comment.
Further, it was shown that Eich-
mann found time, midst his du-
ties, to prevent a few individual
Jews from escaping.
In one ease. Eichmann notified
the German Foreign Mini- try in
1942 that a Jew, whose release
was sought by the Argentine Gov- sians.
on this subject.'" The Kaltenbrun-
ncr letter, Mr Hausner told the
court, indicates that Eiehmann's
Section IV-B-4 had the "right" to
issue orders to Einstazgrupen Id
murder Jews.
According to Mr. Hausner, the
documents introduced here dove-
tail with others iound in the ar-
chives of the Nazi foreign min-
istry, dealing with official reports
about anti-Jewish actions in many
cities later occupied bj the Bus-
The Boeing 720-B. powered by and the second will be this Sunday j later, the "price'' to France was
Pratt and Whitney turbofan en- evening. fixed at 1.730 marks for each Jew
gines, has a range of 4.500 miles: Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz is chair- \^us deported.
and a cruising speed of 640 m.p.h. nian of thedrive for new members i One document showed that Eich
Tht scat configuration for the El Henry Gilbert is congregation pres-! mann had ordered that, over a
Al 720 s will be 12 first class and ident. : three-month period, one train was
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weekly trans-Atlantic flights; connecting Israel with all the ma- deportations must include a total
to Europe and Israel, in addition jor capitals of Europe.
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Moscow Yeshiva
Head Dead
JTA By Direct teletype Wire
PARIS Rabbi Shimon Ben "
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A native ol W hite Rt ssia, Rabbi
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vJewisfi Fleridfiairi
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Toynbee Equates Zionism With Anti-Semitism
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ISAAC DONEN
Launches Special
|JNF Program
\ threefold program in behalf
Ihe Jewish National Fund has
11 (-. mitatcd here by Isaac Donon.
ce president of the North Shore
[Zionist District and district JNF
|, airman.
The program includes the Celt-
ic : :ion of Israel's Bar Mitzvah
year, the furthering of Jewish and
; ist education, ami promoting
Jewish National Fund resources.
Donen has personally undcrwrit-
the task of honoring Israel's
Mitzvah year. A Jewish Na-
.! Fund tree certificate will be
i i -ented 10 every Bar and Bas
Mi'.zvah hoy and girl, according to
j Mayer Ahramowitz. presi-
< pI the JNr Council of Greater
u"
This tar.gib e manifestation of
Pantn's devotion to Zionism is
I a small part of his history
I i a dedicateo Z'onist and JNF
r ?-ker," Rabbi Abrsmowiti de-
. red.
re coming to Miami Reach
.1 and a half ago. Donen was
in the Portchester-Rye, N.Y..
-t District for 25 years, of
lie served .is president and
i tentative to the American
t Council.
.. Finegold is president of the
Shore D strict here.
Continued from Page 1-A
flung ghettos of the world arc to be
gathered into one palcii ol soil in
Palestine, to create a single, con-
solidated ghetto."
Asserting that Zionism "was
born of a pessimism" about the
prospects of Jewish emancipa-
tion. Dr. Toynbee held that "if
the Jewish community in the West
were to continue to be an ethnic <
even if only a partly ethnic
and partly religious communi-
ty, cc exisiing with the present
State of Israel, it cocld hardly
avoid fallir.3, sooner or later,
into the position of being a poli-
tical e'ependency of Israel."
In reply. Murray 11. Shusterman,
president of the Jewish Community
Relations Council of Greater Phila-
delphia, said: "Professor Toyn-
bee's statement (hat Zionism and
anti-Semitism stem from the same
point of view is a shocking example
ol defamation of the Jewish
people." Habbi Thedorc Gordon,
president of the Greater Philadel-
phia Roard of Rabbis, commented
that Dr. Toynbee's "lack ol under-
standing of the religious roots of
Zionism, and its spiritual implica-
tions in Jewish life, is grossly ap-
parent."
(In New York, Prof. Toynbee
, was accused of being "ignorant"
of the essential nature of Judaism
and of "totally misunderstanding"
the purpose of Zionism. Prof. Solo-
mon Liptzin. of City College, chair-
man of the Commission on Jewish
Affairs of the American Jewish
Congress, made the criticism at an
all-day conference of rabbis and
educators. Prof. Liplzin told the
AJCongress meeting: "In urging
that Judaism abandon its ethnic
Character, Prof. Toynbee is in ef-
fect calling on the Jewish people
to commit harakiri. For the fact organization" and to -protect Uni-1 sorted that 'Zionism's represenla-
is that Juaaism cannot survive' ted States citizens from involun-i lion of the Jewish people' cannot
without Jewish people and the Jew- tary identification with a foreign be regarded as applicable to Uni-
lsh people cannot survive without nationalism." This resolution ;,-- ted States citizens.1
Judaism.")
At the concluding session of its
conference, t h e Council tor Ju-
daism adopted a resolution assert-
ing that the Adolf Eichmann trial.
currently being held in Israel, is
furnishing the Zionist movement
with the opportunity of "identify-
ing all Jews with a system of na-
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Emphasizing that "all man-
kind was horrified by the unpa-
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opportunity for Israeli-Zionist of-
ficials to foster the concept of
'Jewish' nationality by using the
term 'the Jewish people' to im-
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relationship to the State of Is-
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Another resolution calle.l for "ef-
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The conference "condemned"
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munities of United States Jews for
, the purpose of Zionism," noted the
Zionist elaborate structure aimefi
at "education for Aliyah," and
called upon lay and rabbinical bod-
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for 'Jew ish' nationalism."
The delegates also adopted a
resolution calling on the United
States Government "to examine
the Structure of the Israeli-Zionist
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Dr. Goldmann Decides He'll Live in Israel

Taking plans for the expansion of activities at Temple Men-
jrah for 1961-62 are newly-elected members of the board with
labbi Mayer Abramowitz (seated). Left to right are Maurice
levitz, president; Max Krauss. honorary president; Leonard
Solomon, vice president; Louis DeKoveny, treasurer; Jack Bur-
Stein, secretary; and Martin Kurzweil, assistant financial sec-
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Mrs. Frank Hoffman i* the new
! president of the club, which helps
needy families of all denominations
; with food and clothing.
To be installed as corresponding
secretary is Mrs. Mary Feldman.
: Mrs. Sarah Hirsh is recording sec-
retary.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann, president of the
' World Zionist Organization, de-
clared his "readiness" here to set-
tle in Israel "shortly."' and to join
the new Liberal Party, formed here
two weeks ago through the mer-
ger of the Progressive and General
Zionist parties.
Dr. Goldmann staled he is "not
yet ready" to run lor the Knesset
on the Liberal Party ticket to be
drawn up by the party [or the
forthcoming national elections, to
be held in August. But, he declared,
he would parlicipate in the election
campaign in support of the Liberal
list.
The president of the WZO told
a conference of Liberal Party
leaders that he cannot run for
the Knesset because he will be
unable to c'iscontinue his many
activities, as Zionist leader and
in other capacities, in the short
time remaining before the Au-
gust elections. However, he as-
sured the Liberal leaders that,
, when he settles in Israel, he would
be ready to take up any suitable
function to be proposed by the
party. Meanwhile, he reiterated
his readiness to participate in
Ihe election campaign on behalf
of the Liberal list.
He told a meeting of the execu-1 executive units and functions of tie
lives of the two merged parjieaijjew party have-batrft.postpor.eJ on-
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t-Jenist fkri-liar
Friday, May 12.,J
Rabbi Malavsky Elected Rabbinical Assn.
President as Group Plans for Instruction
:>: Morton Stalaeskj spirit-
ual leader of the I- ter.
t is been elected president of
eater Miami Rabbinical Assn
tic succeeds Rabbi May*
itz, of Temple Slenorah
ers elected at a meeting were
Rabbis David Shapiro, of Temple
od. vice president.
DOD Schifl Beth El Congrega-
etarj; Herbert Bau
. le Beth Am. treasw
.. -. '.'. axn an. Temple ZJ
executive vice pre- -
Rabbi Abr,.
ojtj ng fficers are R
--.., an, Tempi x'es
e vice | >nd
no Wailach. Temple Sinai.
treasurer.
The Rabbinical Assn is
ted of Ortbod i Consei
Reform rabl is nth i mei
I of some 4'.' spiritual leadi
here.
It will be our aim to contir.
tter and cement In lation-
soil g our members and all
ncies." Rabbi Mala-
j leclare I in assuming t
"We intend to pur-
a pr gram f in! rmal ai
: : the Greater A
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9*Jewl$t Mririidfii&n
Page 13-A
GEMS OF WISDOM
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\H5LATI0N -
By RABBI DAVID W. HERSON
Beth Emeth Congregation
In concluding the reading of the
Book of Leviticus, we hear the in-
junction to 'proclaim liberty
throughout the land unto all the
inhabitants thereof, We listen
once more to laws and statutes
dealing with the division of the
land when the great day will come
and t h e desert wanderings v ill
1 ii again the Bible spells
out in exacting detail ."II the re u
s r< lativc to city .... I

I; is bsI inishii to r -ad of laws,
rules and 11 thai are pro-
mulgated to take effect in years
to come.
Present daj ci> il zal on, indeed,
all civilization. legislate only when
events and circumstances demand.
Thus we find that legislative bodies
today respond as events and condi-
tions dictate. Laws arc passed as
the needs arise. Rarely do legis-
lative bodies anticipate the needs

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must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after lhat time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle >v.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
ANSHE EMES.
Conservative,
president.
2533 SW IStn eve.
Maxwell Suberman,
RABBI DAVID HERSON
.. view of (aw
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative Rabbi Norman bhapiro.
Cantor William W. Llpson.
Kri.i ij s:l." |i.in Si-ruion: '< in lit Inii
Civ ili:.' 'i Sn lurda.v 10 a lln Mil
vati: Stephi ii, Mill i>1 1 l
tin Mu< l
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcn Pchi'f
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Jin i
Hr, ni-h "il
tab i Aim
nu ll :
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5ETH EMETH. 128 '"'vV Znd avc
Conservative. Rat'bi David W. Her-
on. Cantor Hyman Fein.
:-'i ni. > X:lo p.m. ilu.si s))fnk<
Mann, pan! preslilt-nl i.i Temple Slnal
of I liill> .....I i> I \ Ire p Mii.nl
Southeaxtern region I'nlted Syna-
gogue, will i.iiu ..ii "W'hHi is vv'i.....g
uiih Vinir Synagogue?" Saturda)
9 .i in.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
v. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
of the community.
In this respect, the Jewish people showed a marked maturity and a I aETH ISRAEL. ^ Pralrle ave. 0r.
grasp of economic, political and social requirements long before they j thodox. Raubi h. loui* Rottman.
attained nationhood. It is revealing that the Jewish people were madei
into a national entity through a process other than the accepted norm.
All nations of the work! first required national boundaries before
determining what type of government, what form of legislative, or what
manner of economic and political destiny it shall face. Laws are then |
made to meet their professional needs.
The Jewish people, on the other hand, while yet wandering in the
desert, already conceived and promulgated an entire body of laws in
anticipation of the acquisition of the promised land. It is this curious
fact that brought forth the observation that "it is not Israel that made
the laws, but the laws that made Israel."
The recognition of the validity of Jewish law even in times where
enforcement was impossible, may account for the continuous identity
of the Jewish people.
As the law maintained Jewish identity and existence prior to attain-
ing commonwealth status, so too, did it preserve and maintain Jewish
identity even after the loss of their commonwealth.
Jewish martyrdom attests to the Jews preparedness to defend the
laws even in foreign hostile lands. In truth, tangible assets are subject
to destruction and loss; intangible assets such as laws, ideas and phi-
losophies can, and have, survived.
What is the meaning of the term
"Midrash?"
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k museum is divided into two
parts: Herzl before Zionism
Herzl the progentitor and bear-
lof Zionism. On one sideglass
|'s attractively arranged con-
Dins: documents and portraits of
rzl when he was engaged in li-
arv work, the theatre and journ-
tm as well as those of his for-
> nd his childhood.
the middle exhibition are tables
documents and pictures of
Z.onist program with his
P "The Jewish State" and "Ait-
land*' encircling them. On the
it side are documents and pic-
es of Herzl's political and cr-
zational activities in the Zion-
"iiovement.
Jne large showcase exhibits his
stic objects, captioned pic-
and documents of his family.
*ver visits the Herzl museum
away with the feeling that
las made the acquaintance of
Ml and fascinating personality.
'ubli&hed by Bril Ivrit Olamit)
The term "Midrash" is an ancient
term which is already found in the
Bible (II Chronicles 13:22)
Chronicles 24:27). In its Biblical
form, some scholars claim that the
term refers to a collection of pro-
phecies gathered by a prophet. In
this sense the term is used to in-
dicate that which the prophet
"drew" from his contact with reve-
lation.
After the destruction 01 the tem-
ple when prophecy was no more,
the term Midrash took on a new-
connotation. Since there was no
more direct revelation as such, the What is the meaning of the term
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rabbis "drew" their teachings from
the Scriptures in a form of inter-
pretation.
The term "Midrash" then takes
"Tefiilah?"
The term "Tefiilah" which is the
Hebrew word for "prayer" has an ;
interesting origin. It is not clear.
on the meaning of being some form j how it came about; but it is as-
of exegetical literature which the
rabbis collected depicting their in-
terpretation of Scriptures. In the
case of the prophets the term
comes from a word meaning to
"seek." It was the prophet who
went to "seek" the word of the Di-
vine. In its posl-prophetic mean-
ing the term represents what the
rabbis found when they went to
"seek" truth and law from Scrip-
ture.
There seems to be a difference
of opinion among the medieval
scholars as to whether the Hala-
chah (law) was derived from the
Midrash or whether the Halachah
came first and the Midrash was
used as a proof text. Maimonides
contended that the Midrash was a
product of t h e Halachah, while
Nachmanides maintained that the
.Midrash was the source of t h e
Halachah.
sumed that it came from a verb
meaning to "argue." The act of
prayer, such as it is. is an "argu-
ment" presented to the Almighty
for the sake of achieving a desired
end.
Some claim that it stems from
an ancient tradition when the lead-
er of the people, such as Moses, i
would argue with the Almighty i OHEV
Cantor Maurice Mamche*.
BETH KODESH, 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
Ki i,u> v;'.ii p.m. Sermon I "PI tf alia of
Pride." Saturday 7 a.m. Sermon:
"Portion of the Week."
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-
achitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Pridaj 8:15 p.m. .Sermon: "The Buai-
n, ss of Being I'p-to-li.ite." Has
Mttsvah: Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Klrsi-hman. Saturday
X:t:> a.m. Bar Milzvah: Qary, son of
Mr. anil Airs. Lebensart; Jeffrey, son
of -Mr. anil Mrs. Kelvin Raymond.
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday S::in )i.m. Sermon: "Mother-
hood anil Psychology." Saturday 9
a.m.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor
Emanuel Mandel.
Friday v::n p.m. Sermon: "Neither
Here Nor There." Saturday H a.m.
Pht Milzvah: Lawrence, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip ivtinsky.
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Kriilav r, p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Michael, sun of Mr. ami
Mrs. Maxim Kurnian.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Ranson. Cantor Sherwin
Levine.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st., Hia-
leah.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. R a b b i
David Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah
Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Saturda) 9 ajn, Sermon: "Conclusion
of the Third 1 >k i I Mow i Bar
Mltsvah: Robert, son I'f Mr. and Mis.
A. Dunn.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seit.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional.
for the sake of his people. As a
matter of fact the content of the
basic prayers of the "Amidah,"
usually gives a reason for which
the Almighty should act favorably
upon the specific request. Later,
the term "Tefiilah" came to be
used for any form of prayer.
Palestini has the size of a county
and ir.i pn blems of a continent.
SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320
NE 171st st. Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
laiimwaiMMM i mmmj
! |
CANDLEUGHTMG TIME
26 Iyar 6:43 p.m.
i *
minimum r
VI
I'll
PI E BrTH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. .1351 S. 14 ave. Refoc ,
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I
Mi KI \j
ttei
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
R^bbi Samuel Lerer.
Fi Idas v p.m. Saturda> B a.m.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisl*
Cantor David Convlser.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.
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l TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvini
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Installation service
for new officers, directors and trus-
tees. Saturday 8 a.m. Sermon: "The
Weekly Portion <>i the Bible." Annual
Mother's Day service. Baa Mltsvah:
itosanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Shulman. Bai Mltsvah: Jack,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bregei.
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TEMPLE iSRMfck. '37 IIE 19th st.
Reform. Rabo- Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "The Jew-
ish Sources of The Lord's Prayer'."
Italibi Morris W. Graff. Men and
women Of adult education classes will
be honored.
TEMPLE JUDt,.. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Finding-
Faith in Faithless Times." Satirr
10:30 a.m. Bar Milzvah: Robert, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ccrson.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frmay 8:15 p.m. Saturday H a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion of the Law." Bar
Mltsvah: Saul, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Bllber.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th it. ami
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
l-'iiil.iy V!T. p.m. Sermon: "What is a
Blessing?" Saturday 8:46 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion;"
l TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'This 1 Re-
lii ve." Mrs. Kurt Wallach. Sisterhood
president, Saturday 11 a.m. Bar Mitz-
vah: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
I lace Antln.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. t51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Mother's
Day, th.' Answer to a Nation's Dilem-
ma." C.uest speaker, Mrs. William
I i'iikson, vice president Florida
Branch National Women's League of
I'nlted Synagogue of America, will
i:is:;:ll Sisterhood officers, "net; Bhab-
bat imsts: sisterhood, Saturday 8 a.m.
Sermon: "Weekly Portion."
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TEMPLE ZAMORa. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
Friday 8:15 p.m. bermon: ''The Chal-
, '., mi ipportunli les "f the Mi kJ
. i :i Jewish Woman." Induction serv-
ice of newly-elected president, Mrs.
Sam Rabi now Ich .i id othi i officers.
s.i- irdaj 8:45 a.m Sermon: "Portion
Of the Week."
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Something;
i i|ii. Something New." Has Mltsvah:
M d< Ine, daughter "f Mr. and Mrs
Leo Hoffman. Saturday 9:So a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Mark, son "t Mr, and Mrs.
Wechter.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Quest speaker, Adele
Sea-all Faske, assistant State Attor-
ney, will talk on "Mothers in the
Byes of the Law." Ones, Shabbat
hosts: Sisterhood In honor of Mo-
ther's >Pay. Saturday : a.m. Ser
i men : "Mo< B On Sinai."
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
------ hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
AM. 50 N. Kendall ; Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger.
Reform Rabbi Herbert ; l-1 id.iy 8:J3 i in. Sermon: "Most Pre-
ntor Charies Kodner. | clous CUfre." Service dedicated to Mo-
ther's Da) and lladassah. Mrs. Sey-
mour Baron la presideni of Hadassah,
i 'in ^ Sliabbal i i
TFMPLE '(CT
dr., S Miami.
Baumgard. C
Ftvia- ..-." p.m. Sermon: 'Tin Mil -
slon of Our Generation," Rabbi ^\ .
Ham Kajowlts, direct) r of South Flor-
ida Council Union if an 11
brew foi ms,
LER. I servi In thi Ci incll't religious schi
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st st
OrtnoCix. Raosi fcherwin Stauber.


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The Communist Spy Story That Shocked All of Israel
. j.-.j .. !<-, the Government, the Beer ,. .
if the ISRAEL Government -
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. : U :r_e: Eecr. was kept secret
tbe E pened. and was releas.
to the Israel v on a da>
Eicfcr-sr.r :::r. v or Sabbath recess, and aft. r
.-,.- .. .; Jm lire countrj an;
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be 900 correspondents hen u cover the Eiehmann
- .. rj been rek the first
[ the"trial, nob ; e paid much
ng th< for .-- cor-
. do den; rever that the -
bm a< peal sb -k i practically all Israelis
Wn k Di Beerwas never an k of Prime Mi
... t-. nor a friend oi bis. as s me paper?
-.-. make oul neither was he just a 1
.... -- >nl> -o documents
relatingtotbe Israel war fLiberation and 1 thing
_s 1 rcvernment s "
ndents
- m of the Be.t I the
- the story ally released
The troth f it is that Dr Beer was treal ntn
considerable '.fidence 5 Israel's toi mi i-
-. rs. bavin* I 'hen llTSX
.. m State
Ministr? ol II s rl ~(d trom reUable
source! 1 started his acti
he trai
rather -, inj nnation Part of il *as re-
transne I : ""' Egypt on the ev< I the
Sim There Acre 1: lions bo*
I the Egyptians did not believe this
While roans of the foreign con
the impression that the story was being bl
of proportion b) the Israehs, then wen I -.nous
aspects lo the affair. a> il became quite evident or.
::.<: very day after tin rj va> released
First became quite clear that the opposition
parties will use the affair ir. the election cat
feelii that the interest in the Lavon Af-
fair wai saggmf Herul headlined the story over
page mm U I Israt '- F-~
advisers, arresti spect." Another head-
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Fcnoramo:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Recalling Some History
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tc shore, and jorsed the Rebel forces After he-
ire. ar^ faired the CnJero : Mtar bJ| "-
aat-ie '* tfw l'r>'- '- show he had no tad te
- vt ftJH rrled the niece of Jefferson Davis
Ahe-s the bar.lest "as blewa up iz Havana
r *2r as .nt '. -.. Mara ta r.amed
: ?i :h* Board of Inquiry which sought to ae*nain the
cause of the exp.es.:- bat 1 c e knew; -
- realll came about L-ke Adr-.n.s Marj
t jdentrfy himself .ewish I guess
when you are 'jx top maa aa a r"i iiard to kt
hosier taNe
a! Zionist R
S in :ne Detense Ministrj 1
/.. ni?; ,r.i the Pr -:- / ;>;
spec.ai inquiry com 1 '* **>]
.ouire int< .. ,K.
The headline in Al-HamishmaT. which is -he
r of Mapam. was much smaller and simply
:, ;,: Beer was arrested In the pap.
Browsing Wfifh Boofcs: By HIURY MINDUN
On Sentiment
About Maturity
REBEL AGAINST THE LIGHT. By Alexander
Ram.ti. 215 pp. New York: L. C. P9* A Com-
pany. S3.75.
COFFEE-TABLE cr- fief "
M ... the Israt ti a- 1 '
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a Jifferent breed readers i I re< gm th
Ites. I'm sun an ring som<
pTintled note that he is brash ai ids bs
Uv and indee rish after 1 t
. k on into
sons for this 1 H '- < pers m tj
G stall Jews k to crii ci ers I
thej get their practice or. tl ir ves
Having betn as guilty of such unorigma per-
as anyone else I -as interested to coi
across a novel which uses this rerj animadven
as the jumping-off place for its theme In .Alex-
ander Raman's book, the hero. Arthur Webs an
East European Jew. has been living ir. a suburb of
Tel Aviv for six months before the estat nt of
h- State of Israel. He finds the people "material-
istic, overcenfident. conceited, chauvinistic and
-out feelings." Bern, himself ----
romantic, he is distressed most by the apparent ab-
sence of the.-e traits hi the I^r^-
Ir. the hero's journey towards th< jhl which
is. of course, the substance of the book and pr ttj
Qimsy stuff n is : meets
the l>r:u: tempt -
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( ., r to the Government, the Beer
^d to second place, while the mail
about the bombing of Havana and oth< crtlei
More senou=. however, than the quest
the Beer affair Into election can Tuni
M ..a- the fundamental question of -. .r-,
-try of mass immigration. This, moreover, had
. aspects
First, there was the question of unk:
- the p--t of the immigrants Second, wa
n of the known, leftist past of >ome of thi
Almost all the immigrant.- who come fp
after the war arrived without paper- document.
. -. .- pre-war past The hoiocau-- < ,,m.
mist regime which followed it in thi
ft n where most of the European imn tame,
made il extremely difficult to .n\. 51 ra.-. 0(
people.
he other hand, many of the present Israeli
leadership grew up on the tenets of thi S
movement, and had rather ief-i-t leanings
past, before the Soviet Union adopted
the M.ddle Ea^. These peop:. I
. mti-C mmunist a- an) bocy else,
ir.cre so because thej fee; betrayed by the S
k-ever is the Beer ca-- there :e
- this rule, ar.d tht ...;
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Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRI
Let's All Read Books
IF IT SEEMS odd for a columnist tog
\ert to bcoks at a timi when Ai
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ever comes vvhen the book -nbori-
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have forefeited his pwdw
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and stress are least ; bs for cr- -.-.inkBt
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Ihe other countries of Continei
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Goer- KKBKries The imponar.ee of the "small*'
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the Jewish Federatioo, the Combined Jewish
the Jewish Community Council. j.fif
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distribution
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Idoy. May 12, 1961
* Jen is ti fkridton
Pag 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51987
RE: E*l ite of
coRNRLIl'S VANI >i:i:\\ i:.\i'K
11. i .i se K".....
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
All CreJ tors and All Person* Hav-
I'lal Demand* Agalnsl .-.
ati
Tun iir- hereby notified and requlr-
in |.i. in) cla Ims anil d -
L, i, \ : ma) have against tin -
|, .. i RNELII'S VANDEKWEN-
1 r.oj N.W. 15th Aw mi.. M i
[,.....-I late of Ii.ni.
I .. i '(unity .In.In..- of : lad
Inn! \. .n file i he same In
ji, t .. i 'ountj 'ourthousi i
i*.>unty, Florida, wuhi i elg'
J, mlii I- from the d. th
I,.- pu'd itlrfn hereof, .....he name
III be
sai : \ \.\i'i:i:\vi:.\ii:
IlKRT S< IT KAUF'MAN
j in.
k, Blsi iyn ilullding
iaini. Flu
R '.-12-19-26
i THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52576-A
RE: Estate of
i.c Tisj: BONNORONT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
b All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Clalms '! Demands Against s.ii.i
Itate: .'
You are hereby notified and requir-
to present any claims and demands
mil M'U may have ay.iin.~t the es-
It- of LOUISE BONNORONT de-
lased late of Ban Diego County,
iiifmnii i the "oiint> Judges ot
i,i,. County, and file the same in
iii offices In the County Courthouse
[jade County, Florida, within eight
lleinlar months from the dan- of the
|*t publii ttlon hereof, or the same
III be bari ed.
Kl.l W IRE B. Kl'l.lKKi:
Admin stratrlx of Estate of
Louise Bonnoront, deceased
hl'RER, MACRER MAURER
ll>.in. -P.O. Box 2J7
I. !,.iii' lei' lale. Fla.
5 r.-12-19-2l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
K'OTICE IS HEREBY c.ivkn that
tindi tned, desiring to engage In
fc-it,. under the fictitious name of
tEASl'RE ISLE SKI LODGE
B". Ti'th Si L'ausewa.v, .Miami Bea
ends to register said name with
Clerk if the Circuit Court of Dude
kiiniv. Floi da.
\s IE ISLE MOTEL. INC.
4 28. 5 S-12-19
DAyEHU
BY HENRY LEONARD
||N CIRCUIT COURT ELEVENTH
JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
CHANCERY No. 61C 4274
Ii.i.i \n tiller
^ *.
letilah) : 1.1.Kit.
Bo ih) C TILLER,
nknown,
on are ir lered to file your answer
abov< on or befor Maj 29
ik uf said court or bill
i be taken a- confessed.
pat< .1 April :'".. I96J.
i: B I.i:\TIIKKMAN. Clerk
i t : K. M. LTMAN
I BUty Clerk
4 28, 5 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
- undersigned, desiring to engage in
mnese under the fictitious name ..f
I.ECTRIC EYE ENTERPRISES at
N u i.M.-t Street, Opa-locka,
Inter I to register said name
iih the Clerk of the Circuit court of
ile Count} Florida.
MARVIN 1>. FABER I 3
STANLEY PABER I
\' IRMAN I. PABER I :.
|.U'I, KWITNEY of
erkell \ K ,c Itney, Attys.
|tti n. j for Applicant
Unco n R .ad
-. S.12-19-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52344-A
N i:k: i? ite of
BERTHA PRIEDMAN
Deci ised.
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
All i'red! irs and All Persons 11. \
Ii- Claims or Demands Agalnsl Sal I
-i.it..;
^""" are hereby notified and req ilr
p to esent any claims and
lands \vhl ii you may ha v.. a | B I
" estate .f BERTHA PRIEDMAN
' d late of Dade County. Flor-
> to the County Judges of Dade
unty, ani file the same In their
pflces In the County Courthoua In
pad.- County, Florida, within eight
plendar months from the date of the
P's! publication hereof, or the same
(Ml be barre I
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Administrator C.T.A.
\RRY ZUKERNICK
It torn ey
|'-'" I-in.' iln R tad
llaml Beac i, Florida
_ 5 :.-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR^
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
v No. 52023
*" RE: Estate of
ESTHER WOLF
I ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Au Creditors anal All Persons Hav-
JB 'lainis or Demands Against s I
state:
You are hereby notified and req ilr-
h i" pres mt anj claims and deman Is
PlUi-h yu mav ,,.1V,. .ls..,i:i-t the I
; oi ESTHER WOLF de<
Dade County, Florida to the Co
L""-' -' "f Da le Count). and fl
""" in theli offices in the
. 'use In Dnde Count: P
t "n eight calendai
'si publlcatl ii
~-"'i. v. ill b barred
OL IRI \ NEW.M \\
( of I
i ., ,
P/^l-V BPRi .\s.iN. Al
f "> 32, Florida
>y ''tW!!jm
' '-
"David, let's buy this plot... It's only fivo
minutes from the subway.'*
Copr. 1*60, Oeyeou PraHuciloni
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52676-B
IN RE: Estate ot
MAX AI.TSCHII.I.KU
l tecea Bed.
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
T.. All Creditors ind All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y..U. and each of you are hereb;
notified and required to presenl an>
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have igalnst th>-
pstate of MAX ALTSCHULLER U-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, ind file the same in
their offices In th i Co int> Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida with n etghl
calen-lar mouths from the lati >f the
first publication hereof Said c'alms
ir d.n.and- to i nta i' .!-
Iress oi th.- cla In and to be s
and presented i- .. I,
same will be barred fcfee S tioi
::: ; 16 ..t till 1943 lr ibate \
Dated May 8, A 1961.
IDA AL rSCHULLER
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of MAX ALTSCHUL-
LER, Deoeas) i
KOVNER *.- MANNHETMKR
Attorneys for Ida Altsehuller,
Executrix.
5/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business Under the fictitious name of
PELICAN BAR & PACKAGE STORE
at :?37 8.W. N. River Drive, Miami.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
i lade County. Florida
CARET'N L. CRAIC
Sole Owner
KESSI.KIt. GARS .v ROTH
Mtorneva for Applicant
1998 8.W. 1st Street
4'21-2<. 5/5-12
IN THE C'RCOIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA,
IN CH\CERY
No. 63C 11057
EDWARD W LOTZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
INTER-CITY FINANCE CORP., a
f inrlda i nrporat Ion, ai d
CLYDE LEVINOSTON, MAS
MAKRIS and BROOKE TEMPLE,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
ru; INTER-CITY FINANCE CORP.
present address unknown
last known ad Iress:
i-i" Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida
ami
BROOKE TEMPLE,
present address unknown
last known address:
4X8 Malaga Avenue
Coral < tables Fl >rtda
YOU ARK EACH hereby notified
that a Complaint for Reclsion, Can-
cellation of Contract And Other Re-
lief has been Hied against the natural
Defendanti CLYDE LEVINOSTON,
M.A.S. MAKRIS and BROOKE TEM-
PI.K. and INTER-CITY FINANCE
coitP. a Florida corporation, not
dissolved but not doing business, to
rescind the wile of certain corporate
notes and stoek certificates of IN-
TER-CITY FINANCE CORP. ani 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 ET>-
VVARD W. LOTZ is Plaintiff and all
of the aforementioned natural per-
sons are Defendants with INTER-
CITY FINANCE CORP. You. INTER-
CITY FINANCE CORP. and KROOKK
TEMPLE, are each hereby required
to file your Answer with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, Dade. County
Courthouse. Miami. Florida, and to
serve a copy thereof in Plaintiffs
ittnrney, Leonard H, Rulim Metro-
politan Bank Building, Miami 82
ila. not later than th- t!'Jnd das
0( .v., ^. 1961 else i I re Pro Con-
r<...... Default Judgment shall be
entered Agalnsl
l In the Col
iNE - i tins 12th da i k.prll 1961
i; IMA ''
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., H ,N'-\.'.Y.
M5DNAR H I'N
I/21-2J
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52584
IN RE: Estate of
OLE JORGEN POULSEN
a k a Max Paulsen
I ieceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
in.; Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims an.I demands
which you ma) have agalnsl the es-
tate of Ole lory, n PoUlBl n a k a Mav
Paulsei deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to the Count) .i idge ol
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the county Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the. date
if the first publication hereof, or the
nam will be barred.
LAURA INOEBORG AHRKNS
I Ixecuti i ic
MARVIN I WIENER
\ for Execul ix
913 Ainsle) Building
Miami 32, Florida
i 18, :. 5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51997-A
IN RE: Estate of
SHIRLEY SHELBY SHAPIRO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person, Hav-
ing; Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of SHIRLEY SHELBY SHAPIRO
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In their Office*
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within eight calen-
dar months from the date of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
FRANK SHAPlito
As Administrator of the Estate of
Shirley Shelby Shapiro.
PHILIP K HECKERLING
Attorney
1052 DuPont Building:
Miami 52. Florida
4 88, r, '.-.-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undesigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DADE COUNTY SENIOR CITIZEN
u 29:w N w 17th a v.-.. intend to reg-
ister sail name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ARTHUR I. BECKERMAN
HAIG El.I.IAN
Partners
4/21-28, E 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEE AUTO TRIM AND CLASS at
Z548-2S60 N.W. :16th Street, Miami,
Florida intends to register said name
With tile Clerk ot the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH A. LEOSNOFF
2045 8.W. 14th Terrace
Miami, Florida
('HERBS & GOLDEN
Attorneys for Joseph A. Leosnoff
4/28. 5/8-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AIR-FLO IXMHtS OF F1X)RII>A at
3239 N.W. 7th Street intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM STL'RMAN
S il<- i twuer
4/28. B/5-12-19
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N CICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the in
I
SAINT CHRIS IPHER .- r:: WEI.
GUILD at Dftde Com nds I
i the Clei
' iurt of i i
. .
vs l IMA RLEN W
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT, ilTH JUDICIAL
CIRCU T. DAOF COUNTY, FLA.
CAI.L1E RUTH IMEE.
Plaintiff,
vs.
SERGE Ki NALD D1TBR,
I "elelldailt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, SERGE RONALD KIBE. II &
S Co, :;ni Rerun Batta'ion, 3rd Mur nes
Dlv. FMF c o-Fleet P.O Sun Frai
cisco, Calll are no til ed to serve a
copy of yOUl answer to Divorce Com-
plain) filed against you on Plaintiff's
attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, I2D
NW T St., Miami. Fla anil fll.....Ig-
in.ii with Clerk of this Court ; ti
before Ma> 2, 1961 tithe wise com-
plaint will be confessed bj you.
DATKI '. Ani II 19, 1
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
(seal) Bj M .' wai.aims,
Deput> ci.rk
1 '2I-2S, 5'.'i-l2
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STATES at 911 N.E. 79th Street, Mi-
ami, Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk Of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
EASTERN VAN LINES. INC.
KOVNER & MAWIIEIMEP.
Attorneys for Eastern Van Lines. Inc.
4/28, 5/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious nime of
AXELROD ENTERPRISES at 117 >-
102nd Stre.t. Bay Harbor Island, Mi-
ami. Florida int.nd t" register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade foiint.v Florida
JACK AXELR) >D
REUBEN ALEXROD
Sole Owners
S'MEVIN. GOODMAN .v HoLTZMAN
\ ttorneys at liw
::ts se\ hold Building
Miami 82, Florida
Attorneys for Jack Axelrod &
Rueben Axelrod
B) Sj Ivan N Holtsman
:. ;-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious name
TELLS ORIGINALS at 12800 Bis-
cayne Boulevard, Miami. Fla., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ..f Dade County,
Florida
TELL'S DEPARTMENT STORE, INC
la Fla corp >
Louis Tell, Presldi i
M :- Holih i s. -Treas.
BERNSTEIN & MILLER
Attorneys for Apolicant
1114 i 'ongress Bldg.
? 5-12-19-S6
NOT:CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ONE THOUSAND BUILD!NO at 1900
\ Krome Ave., Homestead intend to
register said name with the Clerk ..f
the Circuit. Court of Dade County.
Florida.
IRVING PE8KOE
BEATRICE M. PESKOE
5 ".-u'-i:>-2>:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CATu MACHINE WORKS at 2*91
N.W. North River Drive. Miami.
Florida intends to reglstei said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl
of Dade County, Florida.
SIE< I FRIED MASCHKI >WSKI.
Sole Proprietor
WE1.1.ISCI1. DOUGHERTY .< 7. MAC
Attorneys for Siegfried Maschkorskl
5 5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C-3370
IN RE Adoption of Infant Child
Bj Martin Bartalls,
Petitioner.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: Richard E. Rigdon
. North Carolina Prison Dept.,
Route 1. Box :!6
Jackson, Norl h i 'arollna
You are herein notified that a peti-
tion for tiie adoption of a minor child.
Richard Eugene Rigdon. Jr., has been
filed in the Court b> Martin Bartalls,
and >'OU are hereby ordered to appear
before the Honorable Luclan C. Proby,
.Ir.. one of the I idgex of this Court, in
the Dade County ("olirt HOUSO, Miami
Florida, on the 23rd day of May, 1961,
at 8:55 O'clock A M and show CaUM
Why said petition should not be grunt-
ed, otherwise the matter will proceed
ex parte.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court at Miami. Dade County. Flor-
ida, this ISth day of April, lurtl.
E B I.F.ATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circut Court
(seal! By:K. M. LTMAN,
Deputy Clerk
W. KENT JAMESON
Attorney for Petitioner
174 NW 36th Street
Miami. Florida
4/21-28, S/:.-12
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 4027
I. ISEPH <: KEN YoN.
Plaintiff,
vs,
BOBBIE JEANE KENY" 'N.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mrs Bobble Jeane KenyoO
304 Callow Street
i' irnelia, Georgia
You Bobbie leait Kenyon are here-
by notified that a Bill of C implaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and y..u are required to serve
i copj of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the p
iffs Attorney, SHEVIN, GOODMAN
* HOLTZMAN. S48 Seybold Building,
Miami 32, Florida and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the offico
if the cieik of the Circuit Court on
or before the l!th da\ of May, 1961.
If you fall to do s .. Judgment by de-
fault will lie taken against you for
the relief demanded In the BUI of
Compla Int
This notice shall be published each week for four con.-.- .: ve weeks
in PHE JEWISH Ida Rl iIAN
BONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Fl irlda, thi- 1n-.1i du\ ..f a \ '.
1981
E B LE VTHERMAN, Clerk,
c 'Ircuil Courl I >a le County, r lorlda
iseal! Bj M CAVALARIS,
Di iuty < 'i-"'1-
SHEVIN GOODMAN .v HOLTZMAN
iis Seybol I Bull 111
Miami 32, Fla.FR 3-8721
t 21-28 !i -1 a
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PP03ATE
No. 52317-B
.N RE !:,' It-
R.'.-'I-: BARN1

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i Creditors and Ail Persons Hav-
ing '"aim.- ..r Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereb) notified ind requir-
ed to present : mands which you ma) have agalnsl
the estate of Rose BARNETT de-
ceased late of i>ade County, Florida,
to the County Judges ol Dade Coun-
ty, and file the sam. In their offices
in the County Courthouse in Da,1o
County, Florida, within eight calen-
dar month- from the date of tho
first publication hereof, or the sane
will he barred
IRVING BARNETT
Executor
SHAPIRO & FRIED
: Attornej s
*:> Lincoln Road Sni-e tilS
Mlatnl Beach 39, Fla.JE 8-6581
( 21 .28, 5/B-H
IN THE COU.NTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52361 B-Dowling
IN RE Estate of
MARGARET CHUTOR KRISAN
a/k a MARGARET CHUTOR KRISON
De ise.l.
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
To All i' -ir :.- ind All Persons n u
inn claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Esl il
You ir.- hereb) notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de
mands which you ma) have against
.....state of MAROARET chit..it
KRISAN, a k a MAROARET CHI
TOR KRISON deceased late >f Dade
County, Florida, to the County Judges
Of Dade County, and file the same hi
their offices In the ('.unty <,. rl
house in Da.ie County, I- irlda, within
eight calendar months from the .1 it
..f the first publication hereof, or the
same will he barred
GEORGE l.C' 'AS, a k I
OE< iROE Ll'Ki >K Exec K *
Goodman, Goldstein ft Pacsier
Attorne) -
! 193 W Flagler Strei
Miami. Florida
12 19-28
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By MAX LERNER
I have been tussling with :'> the American-
RUShenreSPa'e%on" comment::- h -
deadly, wasteful and dangerous :rap and think it ouf
shelved *hen President Kennedys task force study
evaluation Even a successful space flight will not wholly answei this
argument. It rest, on two facts First, the American astronaut
iro 'pace and not into orbit, will be tfte
f-a: Second there is little that a human pilot car. do whu be
done by instruments alon sol tunt rathei
ntific proj<
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and the America! to go th
The Russil
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it by instruments mighi
: bj : man lives not bj
i it by the drarr.
ANOTHER OBJECTION ias to
t.ne decisi
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lent as Alfri J Za h inger :.
ice Tech larpen, is u with ug.ntness
and restraint believes thai Krus he UN
ber the Russi
also cites reports tha
killed the Soviet Rocketrj Marshal N
Other-
Is the very different Amei
one? Certainly it rui ful risk of m
failure on American prestige. But under An
be hard to hide a di-..- :"
secrecy. Cape Ca be hidden away like the main R
launching >:;< xal
Besides, since the American lag i? well publicized anyway. I car
understand why the Kennedy Administration decided to gamble on suc-
cess, and squeeze what advantage they could from the TV car-
defying the risks of failure. Kennedy is a little like a losing qua
back in the last quarter of a football game who resorts 'o a passing of-
tensive rather than seeking to open ah... line
FINALLY THERE is the question of whether the whole space race
i worthwhile for Americans, or whether they should not abandon it to
the Russians and concentrate on something else. My own amateur vote
i not to abandon it but to pursue it.
I vote thus on the ground both of poetry and power The sheer
imaginative challenge of the new dimension of space flight must be met
by the democratic world as well as by the Communist. To flinch from
it on the ground of having made a later start and being second best is
like saying that because someone has beaten you to the glory ot the
sunrise you will sulk in bed until nightfall.
1 agree with Zaehnnger that the U.S. will probably have to play
straight man to the Russian performer in space for some time to come.
But he adds: "Just as the new world of today would have been impos-
sible to describe in the times of Columbus, so now it i? hard to tell the
importance to America of the next century in space The p etic
tion is more reliable here than blinkered skepticism."
AS FOR POWER, which cannot be ignored in our world despiti
tremors of those who are fearful of it. a place :r. the power struggl
the future without a place in space is inconceivable There are mam
satellites ahead, interplanetary space stations, manned flight to Mars
and Venus, manned rocket landings on ti-
lt may well be that mankind may ha\e beer, decimated by Us ]
stupidity before these 1--" can be achi ved But
achieve them will not of itself .-_.....akin r m the cost : its
pidities
The Russians have made rod isis if then
t;ge in missile potential. N it oi Ij sters and fuel,
but also in g isms, They have
t-r "hardware" than the America I p
et work, better orga a moi
After their Sputnik- and Luniks there is a seco
rockets coming up soon A: I beyond them are 1
research is headed up by H. S. Tsien Lmei
went from Caltech to Peking in I
I put it harshly -hu- i
for self-delusion, se ratulation, or
'Nothing to Hide,"
Ex-Nazi Declares
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ABEL GROVE
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happy reunion at the B'nai B'rith Women's convention held
ktlv at the Carillon hotel brought together Ions, long-time
Ids Belle (Mrs. Isaac) Levin and Judge Lenore D. Underwood.
}e Municipal Court of San Francisco Judge Underwood
the organizer and first president of the Supreme Council of
|i B'rith Women, and Mrs. Levin was with her in Washington.
when that historic event took place, and they have kept in
|h with one another ever since Although Belle lends her
liderable talents to many organizations National Council
Bewish Women and Women's Auxiliarv of Mt. Sinai Hospital to
He a few she always keeps a special place in her heart for
Women because her late husband was president of the Fifth
i.. BB.
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I Although he will be 76. his sons think David Jacobson is the
Hit forward-looking person they know, sc his birthday cake
Hdle will be in the shape of the Mercury missile Celebration
her will be Friday at the Famous restaurant Here for the
Basic are Alice and Owen Jordan, from New York, joining
Hthcr Charles Jacobson and wife. Ruth Guest of honor,
Hiil. and wife, Belle, live at H518 Michigan ave. Two grand-
idren are Sammy Lynne Jordan. 14. and Tob> Jordan. 7 .
The many celebrities in our midst being entertained by our
al gentry Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick honoring Justice
HIkip: O. Douglas and Mrs. Douglas at a reception May 17 in
|ir home, 5150 N. Bay rd. This weekend the Popicks. with
jfhter Hicki. are going tc Gainesville for Parents Weekend .
Da\id is going into his senior year at University fff Florida ...
I Molly Picon, who will be starring in 'A Majority of One"' at
H Coconut Grove Playhouse next week, will be guest of honor at
HVocktail party given by Mr .and Mrs. Sheldon Kay at their
Hie 251 Shore dr. E.. in Bay Heights. Sunday, the 21st. for
Bur- of Lebanon Hospital.
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I Florence Kutzin, concert pianist, hosted a dinner party last
Hda\ to celebrate the birthday of Joan Field, internationally-
livn violinist Among the guests was Jean Bedetti. retired
Ht cellist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and wife, Made-
H. ulking about plans they have made to return to their native
ri> '.his summer Judy and Dave Drucker. Loretta de Young,
list. Mr. and Mrs. John Marks. Al Reskin. j tan 5 husband and
Isell a violinist with the University of Miami Symphony, and
le Chanton. patroness of the arts With all that talent around,
do you suppose everyone did? They taike-.i and ate. and
ate and talked .
Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood and Men's Club are host-
Ithe Oneg Shabbat after Friday evening service? in tribute to
)bi Maurice Klein and his wife. Sarah .
Mi. and Mrs. Robert Fitch Smith entertaining out-of-town
Mi- recently at King Arthur's Court Smith, a Miami resi-
lor 30 years, is a nationally-known architect.
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[Mot shipboard friendships, like summer romance, rarely
bin 15 coupies who met on the "Atlantic" last October and
(jyed one another's company during the Mediterranean cruise.
been meeting regularly ever since Sixth get-together was
28 at the home of Eli and Fran Meltzer. 535 W. 30 st. .
|ame a double celebration when Milton Coleman's wife revealed
it was his birthday ... A surprise guest was Dr. Blumer.
s physician, who had just returned from a similar cruise on
'Independence" Needless to say. much of the conversation
rted with "Do you remember," Other loval shipmates are
Kushins, the Joseph Liptons. Dr. and Mrs Milton Jaccbson.
I Milton Sugars. Dr. and Mrs. Baransik. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
.ernter. Miss Frances Lipinsky. the Lou Kenins, and Meyer and
Btty Friedman, who were the cha-cha champs of the ship .
Exchanging canasta cards for bait is the "Friday Club" on
way to a four-day fishing trip in Marathon Daring sports-
pnen are Mrs. Daniel (Helen) Sepler, Ruth (Mrs Herb) Gutman.
uie iMrs. Al) Chisling. Mrs. Otto (Harriet) Fenias. and Mrs.
|ymor.d (Lib Feitier. who was just installed as vice president of
Woman's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital .
Writing from Rockingham Park, Salem Depot. N.H.. Mrs.
lian Perlman seems to be having a run of bad luck Says
le horses, even with inside information, are worse than the
:k market" Expects to be back in the "warmth" of Florida
May 17.
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Birlhdaze: Kappy news going to Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Ichioll. of Tel Aviv," Israel, and the Bernard Galperts, Norris-
fn, Pa. Grandson Glenn Yaron. born May 4 to Esther and
fi Kay. joining sister Mona Ariela. 2 Rev. Abraham Seif
^s to officiate at the bris May 11 in the new arrival's home, 1221
175 at., No. Miami Beach .
Fust-time grandparents. Lee and Lou Goldman .of Granada
(rd.. showering month-old Beth Sharon with attention Little
here from New York with her mother. Mrs. Riciiard (Eileen)
Icun .
Storks poised in the air. blue and pink color scheme, center-
|Ce which was a crib filled with flowers, and a large bassinet
ling gifts for the mother-to-be. at the baby shower given by
Ibel (Mrs. Ben) Bildner in her beautiful Sky Lake home recently
friend Alice (Mrs. Harvey) Sherman, of Bar-B-Que Heaven .
renty guests were determined that the little chick, which is
pected in July, will never lack for blankets, gowns, kimonas.
lips, or even a carry-all car bed And the parents have pro-
led a brother, Stephen. 14.
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-Mrs. Nathan Glover, of 42 Samana dr.. mighty proud cf bro-
tr Siegfried Landau, musical director of the Brooklyn Phil-
rmonic He will lead this summer's Stadium Concerts in
W York during the week of July 10 And he was recently
pointed musical director of the Chattanooga Opera Assn. .
Mrs. Frieda Salit, of the Fillard apt. hotel, is returning to
fael alter an absence of 23 years Since she lived in Tel Aviv
several years, there are many friends she is anxious to see.
in order to see them all, as well as note the manv changes
It have taken place there, she has set no date for her return .
-Mrs. Sol M. (Gladys) Cohen, known in the community for her
^rk with the blind, now vice president of the National Braille
lb. is attending that organization's national conference in Chi-
feo at the Hilton hotel She is chairman of a workshop on
[reparation of Braille Materials of Textbooks for Secondary and
liege Levels."
j- -
Mrs. Leo Ackerman has just returned on the SS Liberte from
Jour of several European countries .
Her many friends will be happy to learn that Mrs. Albert E.
fcenthal is improving steadily alter major surgery at Mt. Sinai
TPital in New York ... Dr. Roscnthal hopes to bring his wife
Me to 845 Venetian Way very soon.
"dewish Floridlian
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 12, 1961
Section B
Greater Miami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, installed Mrs. Sidney Lewis
(seated second from left) as president and
seven division presidents at a luncheon Wed-
nesday at the Algiers hotel. Seated (left to
right) are Mrs. Harry Orleans, Bay Division;
Mrs. Joseph Klein, Indian Creek Division; Mrs.
Jack Chanin, Lincoln Division. Top row are
Mrs. Irving Miller, Island Division; Mrs. Har-
old Zeeman, Biscayne Division; Mrs. William
Altman, Shores Division; and Mrs. Bernard
Yessner, Sunset Division. Evening Division in-
stalled its officers at a separate ceremony at
the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsberg and Mrs. Howard Grove planned
the program for the afternoon. Mrs. Aaron
Farr, national board member of NCJW, was
the installing officer. Mrs. Samuel Gerrman
gave the invocation.
Aged Home Will Honor Volunteers
Jewish Home for the Aged cf
Greater Miami will honor 40 vol-
unteers of the National Council of
Jewish Women at its annual "rec-
ognition coffee" on Monday at the
Home. Tribute will be paid to
Council volunteers for the ex-
ceptional services they render to
the residents cf the Home through-
out the year."
The Home's volunteer service
program, under the direction ol a
trained groupwork supervisor, has
received national recognition as
one of the outstanding programs
in a home for the aged. "This
marks the sixth consecutive year
of an unusually fine cooperative
relationship between the NCJW
and the Home," according to offi-
cials here. Volunteers conduct
more than 15 different group ac-
Flamingo Chapter
Installs Officers
Flamingo chapter B'nai B'rith
Women, held its installation din-
ner and dance at the Garden res-
taurant Apr. 23.
Mrs. Alfred Scher was installed
as president. Serving with her
are:
Mesdames Harold Feldman. Mat-
thew Nestler. Hymen Klein, vice
presidents; Lee Forman. treasur-
er: Richard Stiller, financial sec-
retary; Albert Olifant. recording
secretary; Paul Weintraub. corres-
ponding secretary; Louis Bard.
guardian; Morris Zatlyn, historian;
William Schwartz-nan, councilor;
trustees. David Sherper, Theadore
Robinson, Lyle Erblich and Wil-
liam Schwartzman.
Mrs. Alfred Reich, vice presi-
dent of the district, installed the
officers, and Mrs. Lyle Erblich
was installation chairman.
tivities and friendly visiting with
residents. A record of more than
3.500 combined hours of service
was scored by volunteers to the
Home in 1960.
At the "recognition coffee."
leaders of the Council, including
its president. Mrs. Sidney Lewis,
vice president of service. Mrs.
Florence Comanor. and division
chairmen will share with the Home
in honoring volunteers. These are
Mesdames Ella Abbott. Sunny Al-
len, Lillian Barshop. Ida Bene-
witz, Molly Bogdish. Charlotte
Campbell, Sarah Caplan. Dolores
Courshon. Tessie Dorfman. Diane
Fierer, Jean Fleischman. Ruth
Greenblatt. Rose Gordon. Syd
Grodensky, Jennie Harrison, Ann
Hurwitt, Ethel Harrow. Carrie
Isaacs. Rose Janshaw. Blanche
Karpf. Edith Kurtzman. Molhe
Kauffmann.
Mesdames Anna Levin. Ceil Lip-
kin, Yetta London. Sally Manne,
Mollie Manoil. Dee Marden, Joe
May. Nannette Mayer. Sonia
Myers. Mary Morgan. Hattio New-
mar.. Rose Rosenblatt. Ruth Rosen-
Struch, Sadie Rucckhaus. Ann
Schwartz. Marguerite Siegal. Leah
Silverman. Adeline Solovey. Eliza-
beth Spector. Esther Spielberger,
Bess Steinberg, Lily Stone. Clara
Trifield. Sally Zimmerman.
Mrs. Jean Rhyon. chairman of
the senior citizen program at the
Home during the past year, v ill
preside over the meet'ng and re-
linquish her responsibilities to the
new chairman. Mrs. Marguerite
Siegal. The Home will give special
recognition to Mrs. Rhyon "for her
fine Council leadership to the vol-
unteer program."
The Home is a major beneficiary
a [ency of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the I:
Fund.
MRS. DAVID GOLDBERG
Judea Sisterhood
Installation Set
Sisterhod of Temple Judea in-
stallation will be held on W<
day evening. May 24. with Mrs.
Sam Silver .i- installing officer.
New officers are Mesdames Da-
vid Goldberg, president; Leonard
Kalish, David Shubow, S. W. Laag-
er, Abraham Stein, Hy Li
ra Freidman, and Charles Rosen
berg, vice presidents; Pauline Ls
vick, treasurer; Sam Silver, finan
cial secretary; Helen D. Cohen
recording secretary; Sidney Ja
cobs and Harold Barkowitz
respon ling se leetaries-; Irving Phil
an I Maun.
nentarian and <
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*Jen litFhridlian
Friday. May 12
1961
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
\ldd\^mo
Here's
Duffy Mott
one name
I to grow strong and healthy with
you should Clapp's Baby and Junior Foods,
have on your shopping "list tor Sha- All cereals, puddings. juices, fruits
vuoth and every shopping day and vegetable soup are Kosher.
Duffy Mott. For the name Duffy Enjoy Duff Mott products through-
Mott distinguishes a variety of pro- out the year and make your meals
ducts that are by-words in millions more enjoyable,
of households throughout the coun-1
try.
lain. wood, and tile clean and
bright. Ajax wipes away grease
anc dirt like magic. It is so ef-
ficient that it is even good for pots
and pans and other kitchen uten-i
sils.
Use Fab for your regular heavy
duty laundry. It rinses away dirt
and spots easily and rapidly and
, makes >our clothes smell wonder-
fully good.
Vl is just right for all your
dishes and silverware and glass-
ware no soaking and washing
for hours. Your dishes will come
I out bright and clean in a jiffy-
And. incidentally, Vel is also
good for washing your delicate
things such as underwear and
lingerie.
Sauce, made of the finest apples
in the country- without any sugar
added. It is pure applesauce, won-
derful with fowl, potato pancakes,
fritters, and a variety of other
things, especially with "latkes."
Mott s A M and Motfs P M
should always bo in your home.
And use liquid Vel. for instant
Ajax-Fab-Vel
With the coming of Shavouth.
One such product is Mott s Apple Jew,ich housewives wiy be busily-
engaged to make their homes 1 cleaning all your dairy and meat
sparkling clean for the reception 1 p|ates and pots. This new rosy
of the holidays. It goes without yej g,ves you instant washing; you
saying that this is a big job which dWt have to wipe or dry the dish-
takes much time and energy. es just soak them and place to
You can spare yourself time and dry off. and in seconds you can put
effort, however, if you will use them in their proper place. Liquid
marvelous products made by the Vel leaves your hands soft. too.
Moil's A M containing five "good l famous Colgate Palmolive Com- j An four products are Kosher and
health" fruit juices in a delicious < pany, that brings us so many fine j parVe and produced under strict
breakfast drink and Mott's P M, products for the home. These are j Rabbinical supervision, so that you
Ajax. Vel, and Fab. | can use them for dairy as well as
Ajax is the most efficient cleans- j meat things. Stock up on these
an exciting fruit juice refresher
for an afternoon or at any time
as a pick-me-up.
Another famous item is Sunsweet
Prune Juice, rich, natural prune
juice without any sugar added
also Mott's Apple Juice, a long*
time favorite in Jewish homes.
And if you want a new delightful
taste treat, try Motfs Apple Cran-
berry Sauce, made of ripe, red
cranberries and juicy apples. Also
try Mott's Apple Raspberry Sauce.
Both are a welcome addition to
your pantry shelves All those pro-
ducts are Kosher and Parve, and
produced under strict Rabbinical
supervision.
It you have babies, help them
Off to Convention
D. Ballin Smith, president of the
Pepsi-Cola Bottling co. of Miami.
is attending the American Bottlers
ol Carbonated Beverages annual
meeting for state association offi-
cers in New York this week. He is
vice president of the organization.
If you like
CHEESE
KREPLACH
er you can use for all ordinary
cleaning chores. It makes all
kinds of surfaces, such as porce-
truly fine products for the coming
holidays and make your cleaning
burdens lighter.
Chef 8oy-Ar-De
Chef Bov-Ar-Dee Cneese Ravioli
is not only a tasty and lucious Itali-
an dish with "Yiddishem Taam."
but is also easy to prepare. All
vou have to do is heat and serve.
No country in the world has,.de-
veloped the art of making things
easier for the housewife than we.
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Cheese Ravoli
is mace with sharp tantalizing Itali-
an cheese that is a joy to eat and
u>te> delicious. Serve it today
for vour family or your guests, and
hear their prai>e. It is also very-
economical, about 15c per serving,
and if you consider your budget,
there truly is nothing better than
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Ravioli.
Here are the ingredients of this
delicious dish; tantalizing Italian
cheese, small macaroni pies cov-
ered with flavorsome tomato
sauce, cooked with mushrooms
and cheese and spicod just as
they should.
If you have never yet tasted this
tempting dish try it tocay. It is
simply wonderful for your children
after school, or for a snack. See
their faces same up when they eat
, this dish
Get Chef Boy-Ar-Dee for your en-
tire family. They will all love this
Italian dish with the Yiddishen
Taam.
PTA Body Picks
Mrs. Kaplan
Mrs. Sherman Kaplan has been
> elected area coordinator of 5
Parent-Teacher Assns. m Area t
which-includes all PTA* in Miami
Beach. This is an elective office
of the Dade County Council of
Parent-Teacher Assns.
Mrs. Kaplan is the wite of Dr
Sherman Kaplan, and the couple
live in Miami Beach with their four
children, Michael, a junior m Mi-
! ami Beach Senior High School
Barbara and Steven, who attend
Nautilus Junior High; and Helen
; a student at North Beach Elemen'-
tary School.
Mrs. Kaplan has served on the
board of all of these schools, and
1 for the last two years has been
I PTA president of the North Beaca
I Elementary School.
Washington Federal Highlight
Growth of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn. is high-
i lighted by the National League of
; Insured Savings Assns, with the
front cover of its Journal featuring
a color photo of the new building
at Meridian ave., and a story whica
traces its increase to 29.000 mem-
bers and $67,000,000 of total asets
in eight years.
You'll love
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
CHEESE RAVIOLI
Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender
little macaroni pies... filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the re3l Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. So
much thrft er. toocosts only
about 15c per serving!
In honor oj Israel's
i3ih Anniversary
Holy Land
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plus inner seal from jar of New Instant Chase & Sanborn
Stunning Turquoise Patina Ware
Gleaming Brass Trim Solid Triangular Base
Decorated with Authentic Israeli motif
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A beautiful bit of Israel for your home ...
a wonderful idea for gifts! This handsome
Patina Ware dish is made in Jerusalem,
mailed to you from there! Available at this
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Friday. May 12. 1961
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Miami Hadassah Groups Planning Officer Induction
Donor luncheon at the Temple Menorah Social Center last
week is declared a success by Mrs. Ben Blumer. chairman
cf the function in behalf of the Sisterhood. Left to riaht are
Mrs. Al Mechlowitz, outqoing president; Mrs. Ray Morse, in-
coming president; Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz, life member; Mrs.
Maurice Revitz, life membership chairman; and Mrs. Lcw-
;ence Weston, ways and means chairman.
Beach Hadassah Donor Luncheon
Nine constituent groups of Miami
chapter of Hadassah will hold in-
stallation* throughout May and
June.
Miami chapter will hold its sixth
annual installation al Miami
Springs Villas Playhouse on Tues-
day. May 23. at an 11 a.m. smorgas-
bord brunch.
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, past
president of the Florida region of
Hadassah, will install Me^dames
Leonard Wolpe, president; Harold
Abbott. Norman Chasin, Samuel
Frommer. Bernard Kramarsky.
and Joseph Milton, vice presidents:
Harry Tavss. treasurer; J. Martin
Fi-hman, financial secretary; Al-
bert Garwood. recording secreta-
ry; Jacob Bornestein. correspond-
ing secretary; and Edward Sohen.
membership secretary.
*
Tikvah group new officers. Mrs.
Seymour Silverman president, were
to be installed by Mrs. Irwin Liss
on Thursday evening. May 11, at
the Riviera restaurant.
*
Torah group n e w pre-idcnt is
Mrs. Max Swartz. She and her
officers will be inducted, with Mrs
Irwin Liss officiating, at a lunch-
eon .Monday at Miami Springs Vil-
las.
*
Albert Einstein group installation
w.
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
.:. ;- having its Bar Mitzvah don-
cr luncheon Monday noon at the
Americana hotel.
Mi nibers who have contributed
Id the new Medical Center in Ein
Karen, the Youth Aliyah project
which has admitted the 100.000th
child, the Henrietta Szold celebra-
tion, or the vocational education
irogram.as well as members who
!.a\e purchased eye banks, trees.
cr supported the calender year
;' k. are invited.
Irving lehrman, spiritual
r of Temple Emanu El, will
stall Miss Lillian Goodman,
president; honorary vice presidents
.idvisory council. Me~dames
ti Sirkin. Arnold Perlstein,
Samuel Z. Sakrais, Oscar S. Sm-
(tll. Joseph Shapiro and Fred
Jonas; treasurer. Mrs. Joseph
Sugerman; auditor. Mrs. Harry
Platoff; secretaries. Mesdames Ira
Krivitzin, Charles Gertler. Morris
Lencer. and Jack Katzman; and
parliamentarian, Mrs. Dorothy K.
Fink.
Trustees are Mesdames Morris
Alpert, Ellis Amdur, Jack Davis,
Betty Feurer, Meyer Golden,
Harold Melnick. Samuel T. Sapiro.
Joseph Shawmut, Irving We-tin and
Max Weitz.
A dramatic interpreta;:on entitled
"One DayThirteen Years Ago,"
written and directed by Mrs. Ger-
shon Miller, will be presented. The
east includes Rose Fntcher, Bal-
fouria Gilad. Susan Stadler and
Esther Barett.
Mrs. Anne Melnick is in charge
of arrangements.
^cm >^Jsracl vroncjrccjcttion
>-.//.i/lij invites yon ro attend
+Z5c/cr J or a It JLjediccxtiott
ircsoi/ci/ 0W
^yVlr. Jacob (ronett
III III.I1IOII
u cf his beloved wife
^Uora C-^o/i
Sunday, May 14, 1961
711 -40th Street

5:00 P.M.
No solicitation cf funds
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ceremonies will. be conducted by-
Mrs. A. Arthur P-ckelner at a lunch-
eon Monday at Hurricane Harbor
Lounge. So. Miami. Mrs. .Seymour
Baron is new president.
' a
Menorah group will meet Mon-
day, 11 a.m.. at the home ol Mrs.
Bernard Stevens, 6190 Montgomery
dr.. So. Miami. Mrs. Gerald P.
Soltz will install Mrs. Samuel Tin-
ter. new president., and her offi-
cers.
Naomi group will have Mrs. Soltz
induct the new slate of officers, in-
cluding Mrs. Haskell Liberman.
president, at the Biscayne Terrace
hotel Monday al 8:30 p.m.
* *
Aviva group will lunch Monday
at the Luau. Sirs. Alan Michaelson,
incoming president, and new offi-
cers will be installed by Mrs. Soltz
Mt. Scopes group luncheon meei-
ir. i: at Biscayne Terrace hotel
Wednesday will include installation
Ol Mrs. Morns LauretZ, president,
with Mrs. Soltz also presiding.
*
Chai group new officers, headed
by Mrs. William Parker, will be in-
ducted at the Thunderbird motel
Monday. May 22, at 8:30 p.m.. with
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz conducting the
ceremonies.
Chaim Weizman group president,
Mrs. Rose E. Hurwitz. will be in-
stalled for her second term as
president by Miss Fannie Lfrvitt,
Sunday. June 4. 6 p.m.. in thclGar-
den restaurant.
Shcshona Aviva Junior Hadassah
had installation ceremony Sunday,
May 7. at the home of Miss Rona
Steinberg. Mrs. Alvin Burger in-
ducted Miss Esther Ehrcns for her
second term as president. Junior
Hadassah is open to girls Irom 17
to 25.
Pioneer Women
Rescue Party
Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women will sponsor a Child-
Rescue party on Tuesday. 8 p.m.,
in the Algiers hotel.
A "Fashion Tour to Israel" has
been arranged by Mrs. Bernard
WiedCr. Fashions will be COlirtesj
ol "First Lady." with Mrs. Har-
riet Wishner as commentator
Muriel Ram will present a musical
program.
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, chairman of
the nominating committee, will pre-
sent the slate of officers for the
coming year, and election of offi-
cers will take place. Social hour
follows.
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Scft Center Chocolates, 70% dark, 30% milk; pound 1.50
Home-Style Chocolates, wide variety of centers, pound 1.40
Two-Pounds.....2.75 Three-Pounds.....35
Milk Chocolates, selected assortment, pound.......1-50
Miniature Chocolates, not shown, pound........2.00
Candy, street floor miami. At ail five Burdines stores.
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Friday, May 12, 1961
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MUSIC
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THEATER t
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JiV/
Lover of the i.ince are in for
an extrj linary treat starting
Friday at Wqmentco's newly-re-
novated Park, ay Theatre, which
;- opening as an art film center
ana gallery.
Featured will he the world's
[inest company, Sadler's WelK
in ihe motion picture, "The Royal
Ballet Produced and directed
by Dr. Paul Czinner in perfectly
gorgeoi Eastman color, the film
;.- : ne Marg I Fonteyn. This
is tin lirst ': i ian's ineom-
parabli ballerina, and the most
expressive ballerina in the West-
ern world, has made a feature
picture.
Michael Some?, considered one
of the greatest male dancers in
ballet today, is partnered with
her. with the Corps de Ballet of
the Royal Opera House, Covent
(larder,, and the magnificent
choreorraphy of Petipa and Ivan-
u. Fokine and A "The Firebird," by Igor Stra-
vinsky, based on a famous Rus-
sian myth, which tells the story
of the prince who defeats an evil
magiciar, tuhs freeing a maiden
who ha; been his prisoner in a
casth
Tscha sowsky's always-favorite
"Swan Lake," Act II. features
tlic main love theme between a
prince and a girl who. by t h e
workings of a wizard, turns into
a swan.
To shoot -'The Royal Ballet."
the Royal 0| era House was
turned into a giant film studio
for the use Of 11 cameras. The
result is a stunnin < work of cine,
matic ballet, with lavish and beau-
tiful costumes, magnificent sets,
and dancing so full of brilliance
and verve that one is impelled to
give an ovation
Of special interest is the per-
formance and extraordinary stag-
ing of the new ballet. "Oncine,"
by Hans Werner Henze, with
Choreography by Frederick Ash-
ton. "Ondine" is the poetic story
of a beautiful water?pnte an
adorable twinkling star of the first
magnitude.
Thank heaven there is no air
of modern chic! This wonderlul
film production has a wonderful
mood throughout. "The Royal
Ballet" has the "grand manner"
and exudes the aura of the golden
age of the dance. It is a perfect
opener for Wometco's newest art
theatre in Miami.
Women's Urjit
EnsfsStaiion Set
Ft Iday evening servici s a1
pie Tifereth Jacob will int
stallatipn of incoming Sistei i
officers with Mrs. William .'' s
son. vice president of th.
Branch, National Women's I.< i
United Synagogue of America,
siding.
New officers arc Mesdames Sam
Seidel. president; Char!''- Kir
Jack Wilco and Henry Albert, vice
presidents; Mildred Wascov .
treasurer: Sidney Kamolmck. cor-
respondine secretary; and Sa.n Al-
ter, recording secretary.
Dame Marqot Fonteyn and Michael Somes in Igor Stravin-
sky's "Firebird," one of three ballets featured in "The Royal
Ballet," photoqraphed in Eastman color and opening Friday
at Wometco's Parkway Theatre.
'Weight-Watchers' Now Get Remarkable
Assist With New Low-Calorie Mocha Mix
SERVED
IN A GLASS
OR A CUP
TETLEY TEA
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A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
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Chi fine tea..."flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and stimu-
btton... richer taste and pleas-
ure with your fieishigs and
uilcbiKs and betwerv meal
rtirohiTitnt...
Beth Tfilah
Boat Ride Set
Mrs. Rachel Katz. president of
Beth Tfilah Congregation Sister-
hood, announced this week that
the organization's annual boat ride
will lake place June 4 at 5 p.m.
The cruise, on the Yacht Seven
Seas, will leave from Pier 8 in
Miami.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments includes Mrs Rose Kratish.
Mrs. Sarah Zoldan. Mrs. Yetta
Trask, Mrs. Frieda Feldman. Mrs.
Dora Cohen, and Mrs. Esther Dei-
tch.
Supper will be served during the
cruise. *4l
MORE PEOPLE USE
refreshing, calorie free
^Sugo'ine
SWIFTER THAN SUCAB
TIT MO rOOt V Alltf
If you're a "weight-watcher" or
on a milk-free diet, you'll be in-
terested in a new item in the gro-
cery markets this week
It's a low-calorie, non-dairy pro-
duct called Mocha Mix. for use in
"creaming" coffee, cereals and
desserts.
This revolutionary product of
food research is a tasty fluid that
resembles cream in appearance
but contains no milk products
whatever. It's made entirely ol
vegetable ingredients.
Mocha Mix was perfected alter
yens of research by food techni-
cians working in laboratories in
Kansas City. Their goal was t<'
create a low-calorie product thai
would surpass dairy cream in
flavor, keep fresh much longer.
and slil! sell at a moderate price.
Hew well they succeed:.I in their
objective is evident when you try
Mocha Mix. It has a wonderful
flavor, keeps ever so much longer
than milk or cream, and it sells
| for only slightly more than half-
. and-ha'f. Furthermore, less fluid
I is required for the desired "cream-'
ing' of beverages or foods.
Mocha Mix should be a partic-
ular blessing to home-makers who.
I for diet reasons, must prepare
foods without the use of milk
Mocha Mix is superb in cooking
for soups, gravies, bakingwher-
ever the recipe calls for milk or
cream.
Although Mocha Mix is now-
available in grocery markets for
the first time, it is net a new pro-
duct. For years many of the na-
tion's finest hotels and restaurants
have served it for the pleasure or
diet convenience ol patrons.
The makers of this product have
also introduced another milk-free,
all-vegetab'e item in the markets
this week. It's called Dzert Whip
for topping or filling desserts
and fruit dishes.
The
on the label
means
it's kosher
"Dromedary"
means
it's good!
Also enjoy
DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE-NOT
DROMEDARY ORANGE-NUT ROLL
At grocers everywhere
Certified Kosher
1*der strict Rabbinical Supervision
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counting calories?
on a milk-free diet?
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with MARVELOUS
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entirely of purest vegetable Ingredients-blended in a spa.
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cream in flavor, lasting quality and economy. ^ .
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Cream,
Try man-clous mocha mix today...took for it fn the r
frigcratcd case at your market, or ask your dairy route man
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*Jet*ist fhrkHaan
Molly Picon Stirs
Huge Ticket Sales
At Grove Theatre
The bissi -' Ivance
of tic-
HERBERT GELERNTER
Adams to Arrive
For Cedars Fete
Joey Adams, president of Ameri-
can Guild of Variety Artists, ar-
rives in Miami next week to pre-
side over a Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital dinner at Coral .Gables Coun-
try Club on May 16.
According to Herbert Gelernter.
dinner chairman. Adams, who is
well-known as a nightclub and tele-
vision comedian, will be toastmas-
ter for the affair.
Gelernter and other members of
Temple Jitdea have made all ar-
rangements for the dinner and re-
port a limited number of reserva-
tions .-till available.
kets in the histon oi the Coconut
ire Playhouse wi el Molly
Picon when the star n< the English
and Yiddish stage opens a two-
eek limited enj lay.
May in. in the smash hit, "A Ma
jority of One."
Coming din n her Loi
triumph where
Robert Morley, Miss Picon will re-
create the role Oi S 'by. 'hi'
Jewish wfc'ow from Brooklyn who
meets a Japanese gentlemen on a
ship to Yokahama and finds that
they have many fundamental
things in common, including a high
regard for romance
Filled with any number of Jew-
ish household jokes, the play was
written by Leonard Spigelglass, no-
ted screen and television writer
whose credits include such out-
standing films as "Pepe" and "1
Was a Male War Bride."' and the
, television classic. "The Helen Mor-
gan Story.
It was during his trip to Japan
to writ* tb film, "The Miracu-
lous Fish," starring Anthony
Quinn, that th author saw from
his deck chair an acquaintance
ripening between a Jewish ma-
tron from Brooklyn and several
Japenese businessmen. Admitted-
ly fashioning the role of Mrs.
Jacoby after his own mother,
Spigelglass went on to create one
of the most heartwarming hits in
the history of the Broadway the-
atre.
__________Friday. May 12, ^
Soned Offering
Art Classes
Warren Soned. mural pa:!Uer,
has taught at the L'nivi
Miamxand in Dad* a will conduct summer ur- jP
new studio nf "Art 1'nlimited"2
NK 7'./ -l.. >lr,-- ';
painting for fun. "'
Classes will bo offered for tan
hobby groups on beginnei
vanced levels, featui
and design dynamics
from life model and -
h ater color and other
lectures on
trips are schedule
Summer classes for |i
in to 16 are also a\ u fc-.
tration will be daily !o"j I
p.m.
r and other med f-.

until May l.y
Confirmation exercises will be held at Beth Emeth On StrtW-
day May 13, at 8 p.m. To be confirmee iett to righti are
Sman Fnedland. Ann Rabinowitz. Rabbi David W. Herson.
who will officiate, Stefi Adler, and Samuel Rosenstrauch.
Acorns Planning
Stage Production
Games Night Scheduled
Miami Beach Pythian Sisters
Temp:- 4:? ft as to hoi I a Barnes
night on Thursday at the Ameri-
can Lemon Ha i. 1828 Alton rcl
Proceeds are for asi-istance to the
Comedienne of luncheon
Democratic Club Meeting
Next open meeting ot the Demo-
cratic Club of Miami Beach will
be Wednesday evening. May 24. at
the Saxony hotel. W'ally Gluck is
president. and Harry Levy, execu-
tive member.
Originally starring
Berg and Sir Cedric
"A Majority of One"
570 performances on
then followed with a
cessful 42-week tour
American cities.
Gertrude
Hardwicke,
played for
Broadway.
highly sue-
of major
Patsy Abbott. Miami Bcaeh'*
sparkling main club entertainer
and vice president of the popular
Proo; women ot show business,
will'make her legitimate theatrical needy Chairmen were to be Mrs.
stage debut on Thursday. June 15. Mildred Rosenfeld and Mrs. Ber-
in George Kelly's hilarious come- tna pre_
dy. "The Torch-Bearer.v"
Produced by the Acorns Civic
Theatre, the entire production will
be directed by Owen Phillips and
presented at the Coconut Grove
Playhouse
Formed a year ago to build for
Miami Beach a community theatre
of its own. "The Torch-Bearers"
will mark the Acorns second maj-
or production. -Dark of the
Moon." produce i last November,
was hailed by the local critics as
"an outsta ished
b> acting, direction and a totally
professional production."
Flagler Women
Induct Officers !
Ofiicers of Fagler-Grana
ish Center Sisterhoo ill be i
stalled at noon on Thursday \v,
18. in Miami Springs Countrj
by Mrs Edward Oppenheimer. di
vision president of the N'j
Council of Jewish W
In-tailed will be Mrs Sam K>
v.alsky. president, for her -
year; and Mesdames David Hen I
Irwin Marshall. Elmer Rogers |
vice president.-.
Also. Mesdames I-adore Burnt,
recording secretary. Max Mnw
kin. corresponding secretai
Coverman. treasurer
Board member> are Mesdaaia
Nathan Braverman. Leo Drutz No-
man Elbrand. Lou Eslee, Tom ht
tab, Selma Green. Barney Lander',
Beth Emeth Congregation Sister- Danny Lapin. Edward Peyser. Ala
hood heard Miss Patsy Abbott.
note l comedienne, at the organiza-
tion's donor luncheon Sunday at
the Fontainebleau hotel. Chair-
he funcl qwi n Mrs Nor-
man A Her ar I Mrs Rhoda Willis.
Schpolsky. Ben Schwartz. Al SegeL
Joe Shankman. Paul Strauss, \tt
ing Vcrdon.
Chairmen of the day are Mrs.
W.dter Kaye and Mrs SamuelG*
stein.
EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR
;or Conservative Synagogue,
Miami area. State experience
and salary requirements.
Reply to
Mr. R., Box 2973, Miami 1
A non-profit orgai
Special theatre parties are now
being arranged, with the evening
of Thursday. May 24. already sold
out to the Southeastern Florida
region of Women's American ORT.
Other theatre parties include Beth of the Acorn- Civic Theatre I
Am Sisterhood. Westview Country for the past : been concent
Club. Beth Sholom. the Hope School led on the development ol a work-
tor Retarded Children. Delta Phi -hop and the ex| : oi its T .
Epsilon, Acorns Civic Theatre, the ent Bank." Offering complete
Brandeis chapter of Hada-sah. and evenings oi "litl pro-
the National Kidney Disease Foun- ductions ':,., \ gra-
dation,
EXPERIENCED SEXTON
WANTED
Large, modern Conservative
Congregation in South Florida
seeks experienced Sexton for
immediate employment. Pre-
fer man under 50 who can
handle all duties including
the Reading of the Law. Send
complete resume with recent
ohotograph to 1540 Catalonia
Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida
Restaurateurs Off
To Visit Villa
Ann and Victoria Bidone. of the
De Continental restaurant in Bay
Harbor Island, are accustomed to Patsy's Place to ofter her services
celebrities. Recently, their pa- free to the organization
ti- to such organizations as the
Chai cha| lei nai B'rith, the
Optim sts. Pn
lei, Beth Torah C ongregation
the 52 As<
A supporter of | : Acorns since
it.- inception. Miss Abbott is giving
up her June vacation from her own
trons have included Mr and Mrs
Ben Gaines and Hollywood star
Joan Crawford.
After a successful season, the
Bidones are closing their De Con-
tinental. They will join Mr. and
Mrs Ben Gaines. who are leaving
for a cruise to San Reno. Italy.
where they expect to buy the Villa
Santa Fe.
Playing evenings June 15 through
Sunday June IS there will I
matinee Saturday. June 17. at 2
p.m. Special discounts are avail-
able for theatre partie- b> calling
theatre party chairman Jerri Co-
hen
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PTA Officers Will Be Installed
Mrs. Samuel Hirsc.h. of Temple | Past presidents of the Council in-
Beth Sholom. has been elected < elude Mrs. Benjamin Green, Tern
president of the Council of Parent | pie Emanu-El, Mrs. Max Handshu.! stalling officer.
Jewish Education on Tuesday even-
ing at the Di Lido hotel. Irwin W.
Katz. principal oi the Miami Beach
Senior High School, will be in-
The meeting will also headline
graduation exercises of the Bu-
reau's Central High School and in-
Teachers Assn. of the Bureau of Beth David Congregation, and Mrs
Jewish Education. Charles Rosenberg, Temple .hi-
- Vice presidents are Mesdames jdaca-
Milton Feller. Temple Emanu-El,! Officers will be installed at the stallation of officers of the Bu-
Norman L. Harrow. Temple Meno-1 annual meeting of the Bureau of'reau.
rah, Lawrence Scherr. Beth David -------------------------------------------------------- ------------
Congregation; Mrs. Leon Eisen-,
man. of Tifcreth Jacob Congrega- j
tion. is secretary.
Mrs. Helen Shevach at a demonstration booth at the Mental
Health Fair in Temple Israel last week. "You and Mental
Health" was the theme of the annual event sponsored by the
Mental Health Society oi Greater Miami. Mrs. Jaiien ?. Ro?e-
ir.ond wes chairman.
Chai Chapter Will Induct Officers
ai
Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal, newly- ceremonies Tuesda> evening
|f'-. cted president of Chai chapter, the Mart : hotel.
B'rith Women, will accepl ., ,_, ., ,
|, a el iron, retiring president. Mrs Gerald E president.
|j Max Kern, at installation District 5. B'i ai I Women,
will also inducl Mrs. Flora Sinick
Miss Helen S Iverstein. Mrs Jack
Zebitz an ,-: I oi ..- '- a chow ,
vice presidents Mr.
Florida Nurses
Sponsor Sessions
Florida Nurses Assn., District 28. j
s sponsoring "Silhouettes." a ,
study of nursing activities in 15
Dade county hospitals, on Wed
nesday, May 24. il a.m. lo 5 p.m.,
at the Barcelona hotel. Sess'ons
are open to hospital administra-
tors, i ersonnel directors, | hj -.-
cians, registered nurses, and prac-
tical nurses.
The findings ol the study made
with the use (l instructions issued
by the Division of Nursing Re-
sources ol the United States De-
partment oi Health. Education and
Welfare, will be discussed, and
special films, prepared by the
division, will be shown.
In addition, there will be panels.
d:scussion groups and concrete
planning for solving the "Nursing
Dilemma" in the Greater Miami
ana.
Information can be obtained
from the publicity chairman, Mrs
Carmen Ross, director of nursing
and nursing education, Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
CARIB IfePsf
drs. Scherer Will
Head Unit Here
. joj Scherer is new presi-
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood.
( [ficers elected recentlj In
lames Nettie Petzold, first
resident; Shirlee Sherman,
> ice president; Lillian Bar-
* third Vice president; Yvette
( een. treasurer; Lita Rob bins, re-
:._: secretary; Sheila Rosen-
tr< asurer; Miss Ci h< n
respond'-nj s< rctai Ann
i'.: gament, financial tarj;
Mrs. Diai a v. i 'i rding
secretary; Mrs. Ben Hammerman,
social secretary; Mrs. Esther Ler-
man, parliamentarian.
Mrs Ceil Simon, historian; Mrs
Herman Hammer, hospitality: Mr-
Ike Rosenberg, sentinel; Mrs
uardian: Mrs. Mas
Beth El Sisterhood
i ingregation Beth El Sisterhood
is planning a Parents Day dinner
fi r Sunday, Ma\ 28, 6:30 p.m.. ai
the D a August Memorial Hall.
Mrs. .Jack Shapiro is president, and
Mesdames Max Rappaport, Sam
Phillips and Abe Chill are in charge
ot resen ations.
I .rresponding secretary; Shir- Sophy Paul, in: Mrs Maj
j Levensofl program chairman; Kern, counsellor; and Mrs. Esther
.
prog
Polak. religious
chair-
.
}i- ,n.
Sisterhood will hold a rummage
i riday, May 19, in Perrine.
ffair will lie a bowling par-
lay night, June '>. al Cut-
Bo< ling Alley.
Lerman. Mrs Ruth ( rey. Mrs
Ida Optner and Mrs. Max Kern.
trustees.
Mrs. Esl er Lermj pr< sidenl
,f Miami ". h incil
B'rith Worm n, is
day.
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THE TELEPHONE
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by MENCTTI
by PUCCINI
WITH
THE LYRIC OPERA ORCHESTRA
BARNET BREJESKIN
Conductor
ERICK SANTAMAR'A
Stoge Dfrtffor
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SATURDAY, MAY 13th
Curtain Time 8:30 P.M.
Admission $2.50
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[R EATER Miami Section of
the National Council of Jew-
Women held their annual in-
Illation luncheon last week .it
Mgicrs hotel. Mrs. Ben Zion
iburg, chairman ct' the day.
Icomed the guests in a light-
light summer knit from Hol-
(olor scheme was white,
featured a floral print of
ted blue-preen and gold.
Theme was "playing cards."
|h each of the officers' places
Irkid by an oversize playing
r isident, was honored with a
^pe picture of herself framed in
Queen of Hearts, for this
fcial occasion, she selected a
lauoise silk shantung in the
relaxed shift silhouette.
v Louis Easton chose a
kygashel linen sheath in a fros-
ra.-phcrry sherbet color. A
pi< ce natural color linen cn-
)le was the choice of Mrs.
mud Gertman. Her overblousc
is embroidered with yellow
>crs in a green loilage gar-
*rt sidenl of the Biscayne
;on. Mrs. Harold Zeeman,
(re a green and white eyelctte.
iped with a high crowned
pen hat covered with small
lite flowers. A print in tones
-hades of blue, worn with a
it hat, was the choice of Mr--.
ry Orleans, president of the
8 vision, From Sunset, Mrs.
|n ard Yesner wore a striking
i and coral ensemble.
roln Division president, Mis.
ick Chanin, selected a white
Irtwaist with pink embroidery,
pr small white hat was of
firled .-ilk organza. .Mrs. wil-
|iv, Altman. president of Shores
(vision, chose an orange sher-
colored ensemble winch fea-
'1 the slit skirl over the
leath.
Mrs. Joseph Klein, installed
(lent ot the Indian Creek
-;cn. selected black and
< for her colors. Her bodice
! clucked gingham, and her
silk organza skirl featured
o! the gingham. The
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with filmsy green nylon tulle.
National vice president. Mrs
Stanley C. Myers, wore a carmen
red moygashel linen featuring a
slightly lowered waistline, soft
fullness over the hips, and ta-
pered to a very tight hem line. A
mint green silk linen sheath was
the choice of Mrs. Sydney YVein-
trauh. It was worn with a shock-
ing pink straw hat, featuring a
crown of straw lace.
Mrs. William Brenner topped
her turquoise silk print with a
white sheer wool lace sweater
that she had made. Mrs. Robert
1. Schwartz wore a two-piece
beige linen ensemble. The bottom
half of her overblouse was in a
tangerine color, and her small
pillbox hat was trimmed with
matching colored flowers
I AST Friday, the Women's Aux-
* iliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital
held its installation luncheon at
the Fontainehleau hotel Mrs. A.
Herbert Mathes. president, wore
a stunning white peau de sole en-
semble. Over the sheath was a
waist-length Oriental-styled jac-
ket with a mosi unusual sleeve.
Mrs. Edward Both, chairman
of the day. chose a powder blue
silk shantung ensemble with a
Balenciaga styled jacket. Among
the many striking ensembles
seen at this luncheon was the
oranci dress and hat worn by
Mrs. Raymond Feiner. Another
was the light brown linen choice
ol Mrs. Alan Lorber.
Program chairman, Mrs Har-
old Turk, was commentator for
the Saks Filth Avenue show in
one of their pink silk and cotton
-nils She wore a small pink pill-
box hat with it. Mrs. Yale Levin- j
son also chose pink for the day.
Her dress was a very light pink, j
as was her small hat trimmed in
shocking pink.
Coming directly to the luncheon
from their duties at the hospital .
were Mrs. J. Bernard Spector
and Mrs. Abe Schonield. Their
outfits were their service
forms. Mrs. lrvin Korach
chose pink. Mrs. Mae Cache
was in pink with a white hat,
I :id Mrs. Alicia Adams chose
toast color for her dress and hat.
An imported white pique dress
was worn by Mrs William Singi r,
with a bright red hat. Mis. M,
S. Kean was in a petal pink linen
jacket dress. The neckline of the
dress and jacket was trimmed
with appliqued white chantilly
lace, reembroidered with minia-
ture rhinestone: and white cavier
beads.
Women's Auxiliary
Sits-S-allation Due
Alpha Omega Women's Auxiliary
will have an installation luncheon
Tuesday noon at the Dupont Plaza
hotel.
Mrs. Rae Graham, president il
the Sisterhood of Temple Israel,
will install the following officers:
Mesdames Edmond Epstein,
president; Kdwin Birns. first vice
president; Jack Mishkin, second
vice president: Elliot Gordon, par-
liamentarian; Morton Rosenblulh,
corresponding secretary: Ira Roth-
field, recording secretary.
Mesdames Alfred Feinglass,
treasurer; Bennit Lee, financial
secretary; and Michael Matson,
historian. Mrs. Alvin Krasnex is
outgoing president.
Donald Swartz, assistant principal of the English department
of the Hebrew Academy, presents a trophy to the winners of
the first oratorical contest sponsored by the Academy PTA.
Left to riqht are Swartz, Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum, president of
PTA, Mark Schrickman, winner of the Intermediate Group.
Mrs. M. H. Rosenhou=:e, chairman of the contest, end Miriam
Weiss, winner of the Junior High Group. Other winners were
Ronald Berqman, Arlerie Greenberg, Robert Jacobson and
Irene Malavsky. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, com-
mended the PTA for initiating the contest.
Chapter to Close Season
North Shore chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold the linal meeting
of this season on Tuesday. May 2:5
11:30 a.m., at the Lucerne hotel
Luncheon and cards are on the
agenda. Mrs. Richard Hecht, new
ly-elected president, will conduct
the meeting.
Mrs. Weiss Will
Be Entertained
No business talk will be heard
v hen the board of managers of the
Dade County Council of Parent-
readier Assns. meets at noon Fri-
day in the Miami Women's Club.
Function will be the annual
luncheon honoring t h e outgoing
president, Mrs. Milton Weiss. Mr-.
C. C. Clifton, new president, is
chairman.
Members ol (he hoard ot mana-
gers include the executive board,
standing committee chairmen, area
coordinators and all local PTA
president-.
City of Hope
Induction Stated
City of Mope will install Officers
Wednesday evening at the Deau-
ville hotel. Installing officer will
he Councilman Mclvin Richard, of
Miami Beach.
Incoming president is Mrs. Aron
uni-| Tubin. Secretaries are Mesdames
also 1 Mitchell Heyman, Max Amher-
w i/. and Ben Linde.
On May 21, the Miami Beach
chapter will hold its donor dinner
and dance i' the Deauville.
City ol Hope, national, free and
non-sectarian, is engaged in patient
care, research, an.i medical edu-
cation in earner, leukemia, heart
disease, and related chest ailments.
Sisterhood Committee Meets
Newly-elected officers of the Sis-
terhood of Temple Emanu-EI execu-
tive committee met at the home of
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president, on
Tuesday for a luncheon conference
to formulate plans and policies lor
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, ver optimistic enough to
lhank-you speech ready."
UNORTHODOX METHOD
A:u 11 n \:: LinkletK r: In
your "Truth or Consequences'
television -how. you use an IBM
computer to match your couph s.
Pleas ac< epl my protest that
tin* is unfair to organized mar-
riage brokers (shadhcans) anil
while your method. Art, maj be
< ffii i< : isn't kosher Read-
i ol this column in the Massa-
chus its n .. n ay be Interested
in kn iv ng that Bill Dana, who
characterization of
"My Name Is Jose Jimenez," is
the son oi Dena Szi who
0 w n a I ridal sh< p in Quincy,
Mass.
VICTOR WAS VICTOR
When Khruschev originally
ti ured th( United States as a \v I-
(.cnn guest. h visited Holly-
wood's stu ios, where he ex-
pressi objection, a- you will
remembi r. to "Can Can" si 1
being >hot at 20th-Fox studios
While in this area, he visited the
San Fernando Valli j am! was 1 1
companied, at the request oi the
t S., I1'. Victor M. Carter.
Mr Carter is an old friend oi
this .Miir. \\'e know him and his
family well. Both he and liis
father before him wen- presidents
of the City ol Hope, among other
major accomplishments in the
field oi philanthropy.
Hertz We!l Run
For Beech Council
Miami Beach civic leader Hal
Hertz, one oi the forces behind the
Lincoln I. tad Mall, is a candidate
1 n. i<... h councilman.
Hit eclan 1 he w ill m ike the
economy ii Miami Beach "my
majoi He recently stated
thai "our most important goal is
to keep our economy as sunny as
our weal her."
Several years ago, Hertx was
among leaders in the fight against
a proposed tax hike, saving citi-
zens more than S7 million, his
supporters declare. "He then
became a leading force in the
battle for increased city wide
parking facilities. But it is as
the 'Father of the Lincoln Road
Mall, that Hertz will take his
1 place wish Carl Fisher and other
men of vision who had the cour-
age and foresight to plan ahead,"
they indicated.
A resident, homeowner and mer-
chant for 18 years, Hertz has served
1 three times as president of the
Lincoln Road Merchants Guild. He
1- .. member of t h e Presidents'
Council Civic League. Taxpayers
Assn., Bel er Business Bureau,
Elks, Optimists, Biscayne Demo-
cratic Club, South Shore Citizens
i League. B.iyview Club. Camber
ol Commerce, and Temple Beth
Sholom.
He reside* at ">720 Alton rd.. with
j h\> wile. Ethel, and two children.
Steve and Pixie.
Anyway, there were Khrush
ehev' and Carter in the back seat 1
of the luxurious limousine, ami
Carter was there because, lor
one thing, be >peaks Russian
fluently Suddenly. Khrushchev.
during"his conversation with c ar-
ter learned that Vic 1- Jewish
Weil' You could have frozen
over the Red Sea five times with
the low temperatures. I under-
stand that no; even two \v.
wen exchanged alter that. Later,
Khrushche\ made no bi nes about
L1 a sted to I' S offi
being assigm I a Jewish
guidi
., Victor Carter owns S3
iblu Pictures stock
is the ; ':-' the
, 1 51, h 5 Los Angeli -
...,,,- ,- ih, United Jewish W<
. fund and hopes to raise a
rec0] 57 .-, ,. 1 He maintains
in- interest in the city 0t Hope |
and is a meml er oi the board ol
directors
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Madlyn Rhue. who i- co-starring
Alec Guinness and Rosalind
russi I the movie, "The Ma-
1 rity ol One," reports that Rosa-
lind's Jewish accent is perfect.
This should quiet tho>e who criti-
cized Mi-- Russell's film selec-
tion in rtrude Berg stage
roll i liculous."
- Rhue. born In \\'a>hington.
D.C., is the step-daughter of Jerry
Sampson, politician. They now
n erlj Hills ami Samp-
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ird 01 the state ol
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William Perlberg, who 1- co-
producing v. ith George Seaton ,
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oi arrangements.
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Mrs. Milton Lippitz, national
ni ol Women's
j League, United Synagogue oi
American, was in chargi ol the
leadership training and public
speaking courses given by the Con-
servative Sisterhoods of the Flori-
da Branch on May 7 to !i at the I)i
Lido hotd. Mr- Marvin Ghoos was
in charge of reservations.
Mrs. Lippitz, of Chicago, III.. is
an active attorney, lecturer and
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Israel Congregation held its installation of officers at a
it cocktail party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
fcoskovits. Officers installed for the coming year are (left
:ht) Alexander C. Moskovits, treasurer; J. Jerry Schechter,
Icent; Henry Groudan, secretary; Moses J. Grundwerg,
[president.
Eyes Cutbacks as Community
ice Continues in Welfare Fields
T'.al of 1593 families were 10 persons applying to the agency
v Jewish Family and Child tor assistance in one of us varied
ISs-rvice during the year 1960.' These programs, in addition to
received aid I tne general category of Family
number, 939
of these fashions: -
triage counseling, parent-
[c unsehng. adjustment coun-
i'or individuals, information
referral, reception and care
Americans, service to out-
agencies, homemaker ser- j
financial assistance, and fami-
education.
as a d reef result of the
unity's failure to support
jnd-raisir.g campaigns of the
d Fund and Greater Miami
sh Federation, both of which
is a beneficiary, the agen-
bll have to reduce its Family
Ice division by three profes-
)l staff members and two
[aI positisns.
means that the average
"h nth waiting list in the clivi-
. U henceforth become even
Service, include:
and other facets of the
Family and Children's Ser-
bperation tor i960 were clis-
by Harold Tannen. presi-
.irini; the organization'.-. 41st
meeting Sunday morning at
|upont Plaza hotel. Tannen
.lie 200 community leaders
U i at the meeting that JFCS
also discontinue its home-
program "there is no
ir, the community" and
Irticipatior. in placement of
anally disturbed children in
land national institutions be- i
of the reduction in the agen-
Judget.
itn said that any social wcl-
Igency must count on an cve-
19-tOl0% increase in annual
bl operation stemming from
it.onal inflationary trend, ln-
irom United Fund and Fede- to a one-year term:
has declined some from | and Alfred Swiren
kh of S195.00O in 1958. This
V- that JFCS will actually be
Iting on a 43r; cutback for the
Jahead. and that "four out of
tarns will have to be told 'no."'
Child carefoster home care,
institutional placement, care of
emotionally disturbed children j
away from home, service to unwed
parents, and adoption placement.
Services for Older People
informational and referral service,
family counseling, individual ad-
justment counseling, aid in selec-
ting and using types of living facili-
ties, private residential care, home-
maker service, financial assistance,
friendly visiting, and group educa-
tion.
Dr. Robert B. Lawson, profes-
sor and chairman of the depart-
ment of pediatrics at the Uni-
versity of Miami medical school,
was guest speaker. Joseph Gas-
sen acted as chairman of the an-
nual meeting. Invocation was
by Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of
Beth David Congregation. Leon
Fisher, executive director of the
agency, presented his report fol-
lowing his "first 100 days in of-
fice." Fisher assumed his duties
here some three months ago.
Bernard B. Weksler served as
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee, which offered the following
slate.
Reelected for three-year terms,
expiring in 1964: Mrs. Leo Acker-
man. Dr. Melvin L. Becker. Alvin
Cassel, James R. Katzman. Robert
Kohn, Irvin Korach, Maurice Pav-
low. Mrs. Harold Rand. Harold
Thurman. Reelected to a three-
year term, expiring in 1964: Mrs.
Raymond R. Rubin.
Elected to
JWB Section
Picks Miamians
By Special Report
"*tla*ta 'David s Goldberg,
of Charleston. S.C., was named
president of the National Jewish
Welfare Board's Southern Section
as delegates from 11 Southern
states concluded a three-day con-
ference held jointiy here with
JWB's Armed Services Division,
Region III. He succi eded Meyer L.
Balser, ol Atla
Two Greater Miamians were also
named to occupy Section offices.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of
the Federation of Jewish Women's
Organizations, was elected presi-
dent-elect. A. Budd Cutler, newly-
elected president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
was elected a vice president of the
Southern Section. Mrs. George
Simon, of Miami, was named to
the governing board.
Mrs. Sirkin and Cutler will also
serve as Jewish Center Division
representatives.
Fcrmer law partner of Gov. E.
F. Hollings. of South Carolina,
Goldberg has been active in Jew-
ish community life in Charleston
for many years. He is a past pres-
ident of the Charleston Jewish
Community Center, a member of
the Jewish War Veterans, and Dan
Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
Goldberg had served as vice
president of the Southern Section
from 1955 to 1959. He is a mem-
ber of JWB Associates and Pres-
idents Club-JWB.

At Flagler-Granada School are top to bottom (left to right)
Natalie Segal, Jackie Levine, Johnny Fox, Ronald Swichkow,
Penny Kriptel, Stephen Cohen, William Whitman. Robert Lef-
kowitz, Bonnie Lee Birchansky, Robert Michael. Marsha
Brown, Ronnie Segall, and Mrs. Max Rodman, teacher.
Flagler School Now Registering
Mrs. Louis Bush, chairman of ( Program is for nursery group, 3
: the preschool committee of Flag- to 4 years; junior kindergarten, 4
ler-Granada Jewish Center, an-'
nounces that registration for the
fall term will be held on Monday i
and Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 12
noon, at Flagler-Granada. 50 NW
51 pi. There will be open house
for parents and children on these
clays.
September will see the beginning
of the sixth year since the school's
inception. The school Is continu-
ing its standing policy of small
groups to provide maximum care
and development of each child.
to 5 years; ana reading readiness
class, to 6.
Flagler-Granada facilities include
playground area and equipment,
large airy room-, story-telling time,
rhythms, dancing, and music. A
bus provides transportation to and
from school.
Program i-; approved by the Dade
County Board ot Public Instruction.
Teachers are licensed and include
Mrs. Arthur Golden. Mrs. Max Rod-
man and head teacher. Mrs. [ra
Segal.
Frank Files To Succeed Self
BERNARD FRANK
Mrs. Grossinger
To be Hostess
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will host
t h e annual Mother's Day party
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home
for Aged, at Douglas Gardens on
a two-vear term, ex-; Sunday. 2 p.m.
piring in 1963: Mrs. Irving H.
Fell. Mr.s. Morton Halpern. Elected
Edgar Lewis,
Committee included Alvin Cas-
sel, James L. Mack, Mr.s. Leonard
Beldner. Mrs. Eugene Katz. Mrs.
Harold Rand, Mrs. Bernard R.
Stevens.
ms-Mtfc imw
AY HAMOR ISIAN
AroMd T1> Corwr
I,.. -utmi" Mwn
In the absence of new Auxiliary
president. Mrs. Lawrence Silver-
man, now on a world cruise, a
message of welcome will be given
by Mrs. Sol Silverman, honorary
president.
Irving Pietrack and his orchestra
will give the afternoon concert,
with Kay Harrison, soloist.
Bernard A. (Berniei Frank, a
former Miami Reach municipal
Judge who is completing his third
term as a councilman, was .sworn
in officially as a candidate by city
clerk William Johnson for the
June 6 Miami Beach councilmanic
election.
A native Miamian. Frank has
served on the council continuously
since 1951. He is married to
singer Marion Colby, who accom-
panied him to the city clerk's of-
fice for the filing ceremony.
A graduate of Miami Beach High
and the University of Miami law
school. Frank served four years in
the Army during World War II
and saw overseas duty.
During his decade as a coun-
cilman, Frank has been cited
by a number of organizations
"for his community leadership
and service." He holds awards
from the PTA, Junior Chamber
of Commerce, Hebrew Academy,
President's Council, and the
Miami Beach Democratic Club.
"If Miami Beach is to continue
to move forward, responsible, ex-
perienced leaders are essential,"
he declared, pointing out that "dur-
um the past 10 years, Miami
Beach residents have enjoyed a
maximum of municipal services at
the lowest tax rate of any Dade
municipality."
He has named Joseph Gardner,
who directed campaigns for Harold
Spaet and Marcie Liberman, as
; his campaign manager.
Corsages and gifts will be pre-
sented to all mothers, and refresh- council leadership w h i c h
ments will be serve. guided Miami Beach to i
Mrs. Louis Makovsky Is program
Frank pledged "to continue the
has
place
as one of the world's leading re-
chairman.
sort centers.
Southwest Ladies
Planning Donor
Southwest Jewish Center Sister-
hood will hold a dinner and danco
Sunday evening at the Algiers ho-
tel. Chairmen are Mrs. Howard
('.inland and Mrs. Ben Weizenthal.
Rabbi Maurice Klein will give
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Friday, May 12. 1961
More Group Services Needed, Noted
Agency Exec Tells Community Center
Many of the mental and emotion-
al problems of people in American
He today could have been prevent-
d or alleviated by adequate com
munity planing of group services
for all age levels, it was stated
St nday night by guest speaker Har-
i> Minkoff at the 10th annual meet-
ing of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center.
Referring to the tmal report of
the Joint Commission on Mental
Illness and Mental Health, made
10 the United States Congress, he
noted that this exhaustive itudy
recommended additional recrea-
tional and group services as a
major weapon in the light for men-
health.
Minkoff, who is executive di-
rector of the Guidance Center of
New Rochelie, N.Y., also pointed
Social Workers
W.3I Hear Mobile
UF Executive
William Kaulman was to be prin-
cipal speaker at a dinner meeting
Thursday evening of the South
Florida chapter. National Assn. of
Social Workers
Dinner time was scheduled at
7.30 p.m. at the Dupont Plaza ho-
tel
Kaulman is executive director of
the United Fund of Mobile. Ala.
'Are You Part of the Problem or
Part of the Answer?" was to be :
Kaufmans subject in an address
before members of the South Flori-:
da chapter.
"We have a deep interest in
the advancement of the United
Fund," according to Mrs. Doro-
thy Johnson, chapter chairman,
"because we know the vital ro>
the United Fund most play in pro-
viding social services necessary
to the community. We are vital-
ly concerned about the lack of
public support of services to our
citizens.
Miami has many attractions and
i a fascinating community, but
i has its problems."' Mrs. Johnson
declared. "Most people and most
communities have problems, but
ii s the way these problems are
i ndled that counts."
The Mobile United Fund has be-
come a successful community fund
Campaign under Kaufman's leader-
ship. The organization faced dif-
ficulties similar to those besetting
the Dade County United Fund to-
day, prior to his assumption of of-
fice here, Mrs. Johnson indicated.
oui the lack of purpose and mean-
ing noted in c"aily life by leaders
in various fields of thought.
Those in the field of mental
health, he stated, have been
aware tnat this modern-day "root-
lessncss" is a great contributing
factor to the alarmingly high pro-
portion cf mental illness in this
country.
Belonging with others, in groups
that have a common purpose and
are directed by professionally
trained personal, is one important
answer to many of these ailments.
At the meeting. A. Budd Cutler,
Miami attorney, was elected as
president ol the Center for the com
Ing year. Cutler, who was pre-
viously vice president, succeeds Isi-
dore B. Simkowitz. who completed
three years of of lice and now be-
comes honorary presi lent. In hon-
,1 of his period ot service. Snnko-
witz received a plaque from past
president Leon Kaplan. Other of-
ficers elected at the meeting in-
clude Ray Berrin, vice president;
Mrs. George A. Simon, vice presi-
dent; William Sussman, vice presi-
dent: Clemen J. Ehrlich, treasur-
er; Jacob Katzman. associate
treasurer; Mrs. Philip Samet, re-
cording secretary; and Milton Bal-
sam, financial secretary.
Cutler and the Center board were
installed by Sam J. Heiman. presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. There was also a mes-
sage of greeting given by John B.
Turner, president of United Fund.
The Center is a beneficiary agen-
cy of both organization.
EVfenorah Chapter
W.ii install
Menornh chapter. B'nai B'n \\\
Women, will install rrev. officers at *
a luncheon Tuesday noon at the
Montmarte hotel.
Mrs, Flora Supworth will con-
duct the ceremony for Mesd
Jack Levy, president; M Prais-
-mun. vice president; J. J. Benja
min, recording secretary; S. Zaag-
er, financial secretary; and ^ Tan-
nenbaum. treasures.
Mrs. m. Praissman is chairman
jf the day.
Even before officially taking office as the new president of
Temple Emanu-El, Joseph M. Lipton has been meetina with
members of his administration to lay the aroundwork for the
Miami Beach congregation's varied activities. Seen at a
recent sub-committee session are (left to right) Jack S. Popick,
financial secrefary; Harry Sirkin, honorary life president; Lip-
ton; Joseph M. Rose, honorary life president; and vice pres-
idents Max Boderman and Joseph Cohen. The Temple's offi-
cers, directors ana trustees will be installed by L'r. Irving
Lehrman at the late Sabbath service on Fridcy evening.
Temple Emami-E! to Install New
Officers at Services on Friday Evening
Buys Controlling Interest
Purchase of 414,000 shares of the
common stock of Seaporcel Metals,
Inc., a controlling interest, was an-
nounced this week by Herbert N.
Schwarz. president of Herbert In-
vestment Company in Miami.
Gables Youth
Wins Scholarship
Ross Sandier, ot 4841 Biltmore
dr.. Coral Gables, has received
an Elihu Root Samuel J. Tilden
scholarship for three years of stu-
dy at t h e New York University
school of law.
Sandier received a Bachelor of
Arts degree from Dartmouth Col-
lege in December, and will begin
his law studies at NYU In Septem-
ber
Root-Tilden scholarships are
awar< ed annually to two outstand-
ing college men from each of the
LO federal judicial circuits who, in
the opinion of the selection com-
mittees, show "an unusual capacity
for unselfish public leadership."
Sandier is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, where he was
a member of the National Honor
Society and the National Forensic-
League. He also was elected vice
president of the senior class and
president of the Key Club.
At Dartmouth. Sandier was a
government major, a member of
the debate squad, vice president ot
I the sophomore class, and a niem-
i ber of the Pi Lambda Phi social
I fraternity. *
l^ftaHi
Judge Malvin Englander (center) smiles followinq his filing for
Miami Beach City Council and the selection of his campaign
o-managers, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Sirkin managed
Judge Englander's two successful races for Justice of the
Peace. Judge Englander is former president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District.
Temple Emanu-El will install of-
ficers, directors and trustees dur-
ing Friday evening services. May
12. Dr. Irving Lehrman will of-,
ficiate.
Following 14 years of service as
Temple president. Samuel N. Fried-
land will present the gavel to his
successor, Joseph M. Lipton.
Friedland will serve as chairman
of the board in the new adminis-j
tration. Honorary life presidents
are Mayer H. Frankel. Joseph M. |
Rose, and Harry Sirkin.
Liptc-n is a noted community
leader in business, civic and fra-
ternal activities. A Greater Mi-
ami resident since 1925, he is
completing a year's term as cam-
Englander Runs
For City Council
Into the ring at the last minute
went the veteran campaign nat ot
Judge Malvin Englander, as the
fifth d'Strict Justice of the Peace
late Saturday night qualified for
Miami Beach City Council. Accom-
panied by his campaign co-man-
agers. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Judge Englander filed moments
before City Hall closed at 9 p.m.
Judge Englander has set his
sights upon the vacated seat of
Metro Commissioner Harold B.
, Spaet.
"The vacancy was a major
factor in my decision to run, but
the historic opportunity now con-
fronting Miami Beach was the
more important element. There
can be no denying that our city
now faces an unprecedented eco-
nomic crisis. But crises are the
mother of opportunity. We can,
we will, we must move forward
in our efforts to retainperhaps
regain is the proper word our
position as the nation's leading
resort," Jud.-je Englander said.
A former president of the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, he also is past president of
the Beach Zionist District. Judge
Englander served as chairman of
the speakers' bureau for State of
Israel Bonds, and is a member of
the boards of both Temple Men
orah and Beth Jacob Synagogues.
A past master of the Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge. Judge Englander
currently is an officer of the Beach
Elks Lodge and an active member
of Kiwanis, B'nai B'rith. the Civic
League, American Legion, and
numerous other communal service
organizations.
During World War II. he rose
from private to lieutenant in the
ordnance corps. A graduate of
Miami Beach High, he was grad-
uated from the University of Mi-
ami with a law degree in 1942, at
the age of 21.
Judge Englander is now pres-
pa'gn chairman of the Greater
Miami Combined Jewish Appeal.
He is one of the founders, and
president of both the Dade Fede-
ral Savings and Loan Assn. and
the J. M. Lipton Insurance Agen-
cy.
Lipton is a life member of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, member of James Carnell
Lodge. Scottish Rite Temple and
Mahi Temple. Ancient Order of the
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Ameri-
can Legion and Kiwanis Club. Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity: and an,
active director of the University
of Pennsylvania Alumni Club.
He has served in the Dade Coun-
ty chapter of the American Red
Cross as treasurer, and in 19,">1 was
general chairman ol the Dade Coun-
ty fund drive. He is a past presi-
dent of the Florida Savings and
Loan League, and has served as
Florida director ot the United
States Savings and Loan League,
He is a member of the United
States Savings and Loan Le
federal savings and loan insurance
corporation law and regulati ins
committee. He is also a patron ol
the Outstanding Citizens Awards
for Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and
serves on the citizen's committee
of the University of Miami.
Others to be installed are honor-
ary vice presidents, Bernard I.
Binder, Charles Fruchtman and
Leo Robinson; vice presidents Max
Boderman. Joseph Cohen. Judge
Irving Cypen, Samuel Halperin and
George Talianoff; Emil Morton,
treasurer: Samuel Lipton, assoc-
iate treasurer; A. J. Molasky. sec-
retary; Jack S. Popick, financial
secretary; and. Marcus O. Saro-
kin, associate financial secretary.
i >hfrti.t < Include Pol. Jacob Arvey,
Mux Bauer, Sam Blank, Jules Chan-
' I Arthur Denser, Leo Risensteln, l>r.
.la. k .i Palk, Raymond Felner, Judge
Milton Feller, MorriH Fisher, Bydne>
Oans, Ben Zloa fllnsburg, Allen (lold-
>*rtf, <:.....-ge rioldberg, s..i Ooldman.
Alexandei Oordon, Joseph Hoffman,
Leon Jacobs, Dr. Sherman Kaplan,
i'.i ii i.imin Kline, William Kline, Max
Kolkei an I M. J. Kopelowtts.
Also, Hanr.v Koretsky, David l.cvin-
I son, Oscai Member, Dr. Herman
I Mechlowitt, Hank Meyer, Benjamin
Meyers, Dr. Kurt Pelser, Jacob Rn-
binowlts, Dr Harold Rand, I..-.- Rat-
rier, Julius Rosensteln, Bamuel Rost,
Raymond Rubin, Simon i: Rubin,
Irvlns Bchatiman, Harry Hellgman,
Bol C Bhaj Jack Silverman, Milton
-" L n, -I." oh Si.im,i. Air,-, ,| stone,
Famous jazz trombonist Jack
Teegarden will appear at the
Carriage Club in July, ac-
cording to Art Bruns, co-own-
er of Miami Springs Villas.
lam Sussman. II a i" Id Turk,
\ and Raphn< I V' -
.-.i \ Inn as trustees are Jo
luw, l-eonard Ahi-amson Di Be) n
Mtermnn, Arthur Apnl -:
Wei i.....k, Hi rnnrd Rerkle) '
!.\ Ki mil... Ja) Bel kov. It* Ma s I
.l.'-i rj Blank, t'ol Milton Blum, lla I
t-nsteln, James Cohen Jael Cm>-
|ier, I Hinlel Dubbin, I.. >n K\ -! n I '
- nle) l hllnx, Harold Krl. I and,
Mauri. n Furman, Paul flab Ben
Oilier, Maurice flans, Leonard (111
in.in. Mrs. Hoi Oolrtstebi, Wlllii i
Cordon, Benjamin (Ifeene, S'al Hank-
off, ttubrlel Heald r, Loulf Ja< ks >
and Paul Jacobs,
And, Bamuel Kajrnn, Julius K isdln,
Irvin Kats, Bamuel Kats, Irving Kip-
i nis. "I'll.....li>r.' Klpnla, Irving "Blng"
Kossoff, Morriii Lapidus, Edward
I..I--IUMI1. Jacob C. Lefkowltx, Harold
Levey, At <'. Loevner, Dr. Louis Lyt-
| inn, Muira> Maisel, Dr. Meyer Marks,
Irving Marcus, l>r. Donald Mlcimoff,
Harry Mufson, Sam Mufson, I" Da-
rid A. Nathan. Edward Newman. Bn
Novnck, Al Osheroff, Karl Pertnoy,
Henry Penchanaky and Dr. Pa ii
' Ptotkln.
An.i. Irving Pollack, Paul Pollack,
Joseph Postal, Bamuel Rlvkln, Ber-
I nurd Rodins, Charles Rosn*arlenl
Burnetl Roth, Keymour Rubin, Mur-
ray Bchwartsmnn, Bamuel Beltser,
Bernard Sharp, Stuart Blmon, Louis
Bpector, Benjamin Bmerllng, Milton
'Smith, Alfred Stalford. Michael Tose,
Marshall Wolp.-r. .Martin Wo.-lin. l
: Zublo mill Theodore Zalles,
First offical business meeting
1 has been scheduled for Sunday
morning May 28, at the Temple.
Plan for Rummage Sale
Ladies' Auxiliary. Jewish War
Veterans, North Shore Post 677,
met Wednesday evening at the Mi-
ami Beach Fetleral Bank bldg.
Merchandise was requested for the
i rummage sale to be held Sunday,
May 28, at Stevens Market
ident of the Beach Hyjh Speech
Boosters Club, an organization
which supports forensic activ-
ities at the local school.
He returned to the Beach, where
he first moved in 1931. after the
war and won his first bid for elec-
tive office. Judge Englander was
elected Dade County Democratic
executive committeeman for a
four-year term and was reelected.
In 1956. he won election as jus-
tice of the peace on the Democra
! tic ticket after winning nomination
against three opponents without a
! runoff in the primary.
Married to the former Sophia
Tendrich. he lives at 8060 Nore-
j mac ave. The couple have four
i daughters. Mrs. Englander is pres-
; ident of the Miami Beach Demo-
cratic League, and directed the
, Kennedy campaign for President
. in the city last November.
iff
Mrs. Gesstenfield
To be Bnducted
The 13th annual Installation and
luncheon of the Miami Beach cha
it. B'nai B'rith Women, will b3
held at the Algiers hotel on Tue<-
ay at 11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Lenore Gerstenfield is in-
iming president, and Mrs Fannie
Reich, president-elect of district 5,
ill be installing officer.
Mrs Ann Kaufman is chairman
1 the day.


fidcy, May 12, 1961
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Page I3-B
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-warded to you courtesy of Biackstone Flower Shops in time
tor the occasion.
Robert Gerson
'. son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
Gerson, and grandson of .Mrs.
j Krilloff, will b;> liar Mitzvah
morning, May is, at
le Judea, with Rabbi Morris
p officiating,
i an e.ghth grade stu-
Ponce no Leon Junior
MICHAEL
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JUDGE KENNETH OKA
ludge Oka Runs
in Fifth Race
>f His Career
coming councilman election
me ti is the filth major cam-
for Judge Kenneth Oka. He
Iran successful races for Justice of
I ace in 1945. 1949 and 1953
[ n 1957 was elected mayor of
il i Beach. He served two
s mayor and is presently
| ng a four-year term as coun-
n.
H supporters declared Wednes-
Jaj that "with hundreds of conven-
tions meeting here annually, he
I la point personally to greet
land extend the welcome of the city
I ndreds of thousands of visi-
I
They declared that "during the
1959 six million bond issue cam-
paign, he took the issues squarely
before civic groups and the voters
iried, immeasurably, in the
successful passage of 13 out of 15
In the city's light against
''<. encroachment of Metro's
*s, he also took the role ol
rship in guiding and intluenc-
voters of Miami Beach. He
'id the city before both
' i mocratic and Republican na-
committees, in an effort to
the national conventions' tc
Beach, paved the way for
national conventions.''
'.-ding to Oka's supporters.
bis term in office, he per-
y inaugerated saftey and
campaigns with the co-
on of the Miami Beach
partment. He has always
I for a strict law enforcer
to eliminate from our an :
-irable racket and crum-
lements.
i romotlng r.v.d commencing
irticipation ol the City oi '
ch in its affiliation with
Japan, under the People-
: program, he has helped
national and international
'ition for Miami Beach. A1
'(> meeting of the American
pal Assn. in New York.
Kenneth Oka was recog
'''" with an award presented by
and is a member of the school band.
He has attended the Temple- He-
brew school for three years and
Sunday school for tour years.
His parents will host the Ki dush
in his honor following services,
*
Robert Dunn
Saturdi y norning s< r\ i
ter v
Ihe Bai Mitzvah of ': b son < .
' '
22 ter. ] j
eni
attends the Cei r's rcl s
scho
The Kid lush will be hi
his parents in his honor foil
servici -.
* *
Michael Kurman
Bar Mitzvah of Michael, >on of
Mr. and Mrs. Marim Kurman. will
be celebrated Saturday morning.
May 13, at Flaglcr Granada Jew-
ish Center, with Rabbi Gerald
Lercr officiating.
Michael is an eighth grade honor
Student at Kinloch Park Junior
High. He is interested in journa-
lism.
His parents will host the Kid-
dush following services, and a din-
ner dance for Michael's friends
Sunday evening in their home.
*
Jack Breger
Bar Mitzvah of Jack Paige, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Breger. will
be celebrated Saturday morning.
May 13, at Temple Emanu-Kl, with
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating.
Jack is a seventh grade student
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High,
where he is on the honor roll, and
a member of the Public School Pa-
trol. He is also an honor student
at the Temple's religious school.
Academy Women
Meet Wednesday
Final meeting of the season of
, the Hebrew Academy Women will
be held on Wednesday noon at the
Ritz Plaza hotel.
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president
of the organization, announced
that elections of officers will be
! held, and final plans will be made
for the journal luncheon and in-
stallation of officers to be held
May 31 at the home of Mrs. Leon-
ard Rosen.
At this meeting, the annual con-
1 test will be held, of which Mrs.
Samuel Reir.hard is chairman, and
Mrs. Samuel Farber and Mrs. A.
Hoffenbcrg are co-chairmen.
In observance of Mother's Day.
a special program has been ar-
ranged. In conjunction with the
Mother's Day program, a surprise
treat is being planned by program
chairman and co-chairman Mrs
Harry Kaplan ;:.:d Mrs. Herbert
i r.
JACK
LAWRENCE
RC5ANNE
Mark
CHRIS
an :- a Firsl Cla?s Scout in Troop
65, : Sen:.:- ol Ami rica.
A rei i itii n n his h i >r will be
held a1 the Bre er home S n i
afternoon.
' 'in : .

rah duri i
: '.-
...
rei
! i on a1
i ion a t I s t<
Boy Sc out s, .
. a B*i '
H also i mem er of th I
ers. .i teen-age discus: i n an
social group.
* *
Mark Wechter
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will of-
ficiate at ihe Bar Mitzvah of Mark,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wech-
i ter. during services Saturday morn
1 ing. May 13, at Temple Zion.
Mark is a student at West Miami
Junior High and a member of the
school band. He plans to continue
his studies in the Temple's confir-
mation class.
His parents \'i!l host the Kiddush
in his honor.
*
Madeline Hoffman
evenii w?n ic< Mi
Zioi rill .: ciu le B is
....
; n

at Tlivi
I
nati
I host I
'
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Charles Goldman
Yi hudah Mosht v ill bi lh< site
' the Bar Mitzvah of Paul, son of'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldman, on
Saturday morning, May u. Rabbi
Sheldon Steinmetz will officiate,
and Henry Gilbert, president, will
present a Bible on behalf of the:
congregation.
Faul is a student at No. Miami
Beach Junior High and has attend-
ed Popiel religious school for seve-
ral years.
Following services, the Goldman '
family will hosl the Kiddush.

Rcsanne Sliulman
Rosanne Ruth, daughter of Mr.
[rs. Ji -rpli Shulman, will be-
come Bas Mitzvah at the Saturdaj
orninj service, Maj 13, of Tem-
pi! Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehr
n ': [ficiati
s an i ade si
lunioi High am
'.. i mpli n ligio n
: : in< lude gar
music, sta p collei ting
and he a' lit lerv oman
ec< ii h II be held at thi
home on Saturday eve
Din
* *
Chris f/alcolm
Temple Menorah was the site
ol the Bar Mitzvah of Chris, sun
ol Mr and Mrs William Malcolm,
on Saturday morning. May 6. with
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offici-
ating.
Chris attends Nautilus Junior
High and is a student in the Tem-
ple's religious school.
Open house reception in his honor
was held Sunday at his home, 1745
Cleveland rd.

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A musician himself. Judge Oka
and is president of
the Miami Bi I ch Civk Orchestra,
pr, concerts an
nually in the Miami Beach Audi-
: ium to over 25 000 music lovers
each year.
Within th-.- past few weeks. Judge
oka was elected president of the
Miami Beach Community Concert
series.
Oka is p>l exalted ruler. Miami
Beach Elks; past president. Mi-
1 ami Beach Junior ( hamoer of Com-
merce; pasl chairman, board of
Temi : Past cha:r\
; mi Beach Z
:>; r -,er of Bnai
. Mas ins, ana
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*Jfewfo mhrudHan
Friday, May 12. 1961
PTA Officers Will Learn About Jobs
PTA officers will learn about
their new jobs at a workshop
Wednes ay sponsored by the Dade
County Council o! Parent-Teacher
Assn
Regi8tratioa in the First Methodist Church of
Coral Gabies. 535 Coral Way, and
the workshop will close promptly
at 11:45 a.m.
Mrs. Robert Taubcr. past Conn-
Honor Beth
Torah Teachers
Annual reception ol the board of
education of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion for its faculty will climax the
observance of "Yom Hamoreh,"
National Teacher's Day, at the
synagogue.
Members ot the faculty: Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader,
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum,
Ai raham J. Gittelson, educational
director, Mrs. Sidney Kay. pre-
school supervisor. Mr-. Charics Id-
ler, dietitian, Mrs. Abraham Au-
genstein, Mrs. Arthur Cohen. Mrs.
Jack Diamond. Mrs. Saul Elfen-
bein, Mrs Saul Frechtel, Mrs. Si-
mon Gilad. Mrs. Florence Ginesin.
Mrs. Joseph Greenberg, Mrs. Mi-
chael Gruen.
Mrs. Arthur Hirsehberg. Mrs. Al
Karg, Mr. Irwin Katz. Mrs. George
Katzman, Miss Harriet Levine,
Miss Sondra Levy. Mrs. Samuel
Mtndelowiiz. Mr. Menachem Koih.
Mrs. Irving Seidel. Mrs. Saul Seigel
..r.d Mrs. Rudolph Wichter,
cil president, and now vice presi-
dent in ohirge of committees on
organization of he Florida Con-
gress of Parents and Teachers,
will keynote I h e morning's pro-
gram. Her topic will be "PTA Un-
limited."
All newly-elected officers of each
local PTA will then break up into
individual group conferences for
.heir respective offices. Duties of
the presidents will be outlined and
discussed by Mrs. Milton Weiss,
past Council president, Mrs. c. C.
Clifton, newlj elected president,
with Mrs. H. J. Johansen, Florida
Congress of PTA's District 12 presi-
dent, as advis ir.
Newly elected vice presidents
will sit in with Mrs. Guy M. Ferry
ana Mrs. James R. Harrison, Coun-
cil's vice presidents, with .Mrs. Tau-
i er as resource.
Mrs. Alfred D. Barbieri, Coun-
cil's past recording secretary. Mrs
Charles Finkelstein, newly elected
to this office, and Mrs. Worth Sher-
rill, a past recording secretary of
Council who is scheduled to act as
advisor, will briel the newly-elect-
| ed officer-.
Corresponding secretaries will
meet with Mrs. Louie Bandel, past
secretary, and Mrs. James T. Col-
lins, newly elected, with Mrs.
George W. Thorpe, as resource,
and treasurers will be advised by
Mrs. H. O. Morris. Council's treas-
urer, with Mrs William Cooke as
a resource.
Mrs. James Groves, jr., by-laws
and procedure chairman, is in
harte of the workshop.
Temple Emonu-El religious school students
presented a recent festive program in two per-
formances, with a repeat following a week
later. Written by Trixie Levin and Charles Ben-
der, the play was entitled "The Great Robbery
at Goldfarb's Gulch." Featured were Susan
Bessey, Bertha Blumber, Teddy Borkan, Serena
Dicky, Nancy Friedland, Neil Farr, David Glick-
man, Spencer Gordon, Selma Gimmiistein,
Marty Harris, Elaine Insler, Michael Kram,
Michael Kesselman, Mindy Mitnick, Shirley
Miller, Louis Matuson, Lori Nash, Sidney Pert-
noy, Billy Pollack, Steven Rokeach, Irt Ratner.
Meredith Rand, Arlene Schler, Joy Schull.
Susan Silver, Marsha Shlermer, Michael Salit-
sky, Marsha Talianoff, Paul Welntraub, and
Michael Yunes.
Convalescent
Home to Open
Palms Convalescant Home. 14001
NE 16 ave.. to be completed Mon-
ody, will hold open house May 15,
1C and 17.
Dr. Arthur M. Rosenthal, presi-
dent of the Palms, is a retired med-
ical doctor who has, for the past
j( years, been interested and active
in developing modern sanitariums
in Southern California.
Administrator Samuel E. Red-
fearr. has had experience as a hos-
pital .Klminislrator and in the su-
1 i rvision of sanitariums. He is a
D ; lomale of the American Col-
I ol Hospital Administrators.
. Palms is a completely air-.
conditioned building, with individ-
ual temperature controls in each
jauent's room. Each is equipped
with tub or shower.
Facilities feature indoor and out-
door entertainment for patients and
Iheir visitors, and planned recrea-
tional programs have been estab-
lished for the comfort of the chron-
ically ill, convalescant, and geria-
tric patients.
Menus are prepared by a thera-
peutic dietician under the super-
vision of one of Florida's top chefs.
Special diets, as prescribed by
patient's physicians, are also avail-
able.
WOLflt COHtN
Coral Way Plans
Camp for Tots
A morning camp program la
planned for preschoolers, 3 to 6
years of age, by the Coral Way
Jewish Center.
The camp will run for eight
weeks, divided into two four-week
sessions beginning June 19 and end-
ing Aug. 11. There will be group
planning at the various age levels.
Outdoor activities, large wading
pool, arts and crafts, singing, dra-
matics, games and trips are plan-
ned under the direction of Mrs.
Nathan Cynamon and Mrs. Jerome
Schulman.
Registration is still being taken
for limited fall classes at the cen-
ter offices.
Harmony Chapter Induction
Harmony chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold its fourth annual
installation Tuesday evening, May
23. Mrs. Esther Lerman, presi-
dent, Miami Beach Council, B'nai
E'rith, will be guest of honor. In-
Mailing officer. Mrs. Paul Harrold,
chapter service officer, will pre-
sent the gavel to Mrs. Herman
Feldman. who will be serving as
president for a second term.
Israeli Scouts Will
Be at Camp Here
Two young adult leaders of the
Israel Scout movement, the "Tso-
fim," will spend the summer at
the new Zionist Youth Camp Ju-
daea in Hendersonville, N.C.
The two Israeli representatives,
Uri and Nechama Berger, are na-
tives of Hiaia and Tel Aviv, and
have been members of the Israel
Scout movement since the age of
nine.
Uri. who is a graduate of the He-
brew University in Jerusalem, will
be working with programming at
the camp. Nechama. who is a
graduate teacher, will specialize
in music and dance.
Camp Judaea will offer young-
sters between the ages of 9 and 15
in the Southern states an opportuni-
ty to spend the summer partici-
pating in a Zionist program. Lo-
cated 20 miles from Asheville, by
the Southeast region of the Zionist
Organization of America and the
Florida Southeastern and Southern
regions of Hadassah.
I
Campers do not have to be mem-
; bers of Zionist Judaea groups. In-
formation, brochures and applica-
tion blanks are available from
Zvi Berger, assistant director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
135 NW 3 ave.. Miami; Gil Rappa-
port, director of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America. Southeast re-
! gion, 1370 Washington ave.. and
; Mrs. Gerald Soltz. The first ses-
: sion of the camp will start on June
20 and end on July 10. The second
session will start on July 11 and
end on July 31.
Cohen Seeking
Return to Post
Wolfie Cohen has filed his can-
didacy for reelection to the Miami
Beach City Council.
Winner of a two year term in
1959. Cohen said he was seeking
a return to his post because "I be-
lieve in Miami Beach its pres-
ent and its future.
"In these ever-changing times,
our city has develooec1 a reputa-
tion as one f the most progres-
sive in the nation. I am deter-
mined to continue my efforts to-
ward maintaining that pace."
Cohen. 49. moved to Miami
Beach 30 years ago. and is a noted
restaurateur.
A member of the Greater Miami
Business Bureau. Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce. Miami
Beach Optimist Club. Bayshore
Exchange Club. Miami Beach Tax-
payers' Assn.. Temple Beth Sho-
lom and Temple Emanu-El. Cohen
claims his active work in these
and other civic organizations has
"afforded me an opportunity to
gain deep insight into the prob-
lems facing this community. 1
-hall continue to work toward
solving these problems."
He has been honored by many
local charitable institutions, in-
cluding Mt. Sinai Hospital, Cath-
olic Orphan's Home, St. Joseph's
Villas. Fight for Sight, and United
Fund.
Cohen lives with his wife, the
former Miriam Goldhaber, and two
children, at 4400 Royal Palm ave.
Lewis Zachary. 12, and Robin
Lynn, 9'2, are students at North
Beach Elementary School.
Candy Dish
From Israel
In honor of Israel's 13th anni-
versary. Chase and Sanborn Cof-
fee is now offering a Holy Land
candy dish mailed direct from Is-
rael.
The dish is worth approximately
$5. But for $1.50, plus the inner
seal from a jar of new Instant
Chase and Sanborn Coffee, this
handsome dish made in Jerusalem
will be sent to you from there.
The candy dish features tur-
, quoise patina ware, gleaming brass
trim, a solid triangular base deco-
rated with an authentic Israeli mo-
j tif, and is 5]/4 in. across.
Inquiries should be addressed to
Holy Land Trays. P. O. Box 575,
I Elizabeth. XJ. Allow five to sev-
en weeks for delivery.
There is
only one
WELCOME
WAGON
j
30 years of experience
fostering good will in
business and community
.life.
For information on
Welcome Wagon, phone
HI 8-4994


May 12. 1961
*Jewts* ncrkilir,
Page 15-B
Ik MiHer, 57
,ses Away
Miller, active in Miami
civic affairs, died. May 4.
is 57, and lived at 5313 La
dr:
lame here 35 years ago from
fork, and was vice president
tional Brands, a wholesale
business.
Miller wa on* of the found-
i embers of Mt. Sinai Hos-
[ and had been active in Tem-
Emanu-EI. Ho was a mem-
the Miemi Beach Masonic
, Scottish Rite end Mahi
giving are .his wife, Theresa;
Gerald; a daughter, Mrs.
|rn Savage; two sisters, Mrs.
Blank and Mrs. Sally
>rg; and a brother.
|ices were May 7 in River-
lemorial Chapel, Normandy
hth burial in Mt. Nebo Ceme-
-ister and seven antridchlldren. S-rs-
li ss.re Ma> x in Newman Funeral
Home.
WILLIAM D. COOTNER
18, of 1677 9W 15 ft., drowned at Mi-
iini Beach May 6. He came here -
veura uk from Providence, ELI., ana
van a dry goods merchant. He was
i veteran of World War I and :.
"mtier of the Harvey Seeds Po'sl
be American Legion, th- Miami He-
ire'w Congregation and the Florida
Commercial Alliance. Surviving an
is ss i .-. Rove; a daughter. Mrs. Char-
'ene Muss; a M>n. two brother* and ;i
.mndchild. Services were, May B in
lorclon Funeral Home.
IRS. FREDA WEINER
15200 NE I] ave., died Apr. 30.
uurvlved by her husband, Rea-
lm. Irving; daughter, Mrs. Mir-
nan, of Brooklyn. N.V.: and
Mr. and Mr- Moses Steck-
gtsters, Minnie and Bella
a brother, Hytnun Steekler:
grandchildren, alt of Brook-
lervlces were In Riverside Me
(-Chapel, Washington ave.. with
In Brooklyn.
HARRY W. FIELDS
".. of 14"4 Co'lins ave., Miami Beach,
ded May .Y lie came here 22 year
o fro.-i Chicago and was a retired
ipartment house manager. He was u
nemo, r of Temp! Kmunu-KI and tli.
tebrcM Academ) and a founder am'
ife membet of the Jewish Home to'
"he Axed Surviving are his wife.
lose; four sons and three daughters.
Services were May 7 in Rlveralde Me-
morial Chapel, N> rmandj Isle,
children and six great-grandchildren.
Services were May 8 In Gordon Fu-
neral Home.
KENNETH B. BROACH
.'2, of ir.no sw 90 ave., died May 6.
He came here 10 years ago from l.an-
.-aster, Pa. Surviving are his wife.
Margaret; a brother and two sisters,
services were May 7 in Rlveralde Me-
nortal CTfapel, Btniglas*rd.
MRS. REBECCA GONSHOR
. of IOL'7 Euclid BVO., Miami Reach
l|Od May 6. She came here iron
Holyoke, Mass.. 10 years ago. Sur
ivtng are h.-r husband, Joseph, and
i. brother. Lewis Relsky. Service
s-r- Mas 7 in Riverside Memorla
'hapel. Washington ave.
MRS. MOLLV LEVITE
;".. of 1400. Ocean dr., Miami Beach
lied May 1. She came here nine year*
igo from New York. Surviving is he-
lusband. (is ar. Services were in
N'e.w York with Riverside Memorla
''hapel in charge locally.
HENRY MASCHLER
'". of 942 Pennsylvania ave.. died Maj
He came here 2.". years ago from
New York and was former comman-
der of the Miami Beach Cost, I'is-
ihleil American Veterans, and an ac-
Ive member of Modern Woodmen ol
Vmerica. Surviving are two brothers,
including Maurice; and three sisters.
-erviccs were May 4 in Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. Normandy Isle.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
MRS. LENA BELL
"7. of 2336 SW 19 st.. died May -. She
ime here 12 years ago from Brook-
lyn. Surviving are her husband.
lenry: a son, Herbert; two dough-
ers. Mrs. Rosiland Dreese and Mrs.
Audrey Rosenthal; three 1 rolhers.
hree sisters and a grandchild. S'erv-
ioea- were May ;; In Gordon Puneral
Home.
JACOB MAER
119 SW 29 r i d e.i May 8, n.
eie 26 years ig from Kliza-
..).. and w ... a retired maini-
8ur\ i\ nciudi id- wife,
a son. w r ii .v. and two
i.- Sen ires re Ma) 9 in
Funeral Hi
|RS. SELiVA SILVERMAN
0 s. Shore lr died Mu> >
Ime here six year-, ago from Si
and was i member of Pioneei
i and Hadis-ah Surviving are
-hand, Samuel; .< son, a da ugh-
|brother and six grandchildren
were M&) in Ris.-isid.
fm' ''hapel. N irin.mdy Isle.
JOSEPH SWICHKOW
830 s\V 9 ave., lied Mas 8. II.
in i 36 yea ago fcuni Chlca-
i.i .vis : .:>. r ol Temple
Cl Surviving are two sons and
di ghter n I iding Maui ic<
and ,' r Hi n lei Stokol;
hmlchildren ind two greal -
|!nli!r-n Servli were in Chi-
lith Qordon Funeral Home In
I.H .l]l>
lORDKO MAX BLUMIN
153 Baj dr Miami Beach, died
He was i hardware store
S irvlving are his wife, Ethel;
niKAters, Mra Punla Behmolras
lr > i.ni>.. ECrlockey; a brother
|.-Ister. Services Mere May H in
.Memorial Chapel, Norman-
JACOB MASLINOFF
("4 Michigan >.. Miami Bench,
". He ca ne here 14 j ears
lin Brooklyn. Surviving are his
|w>, -on.-., i da ighter, brother,
MRS. GUSSIE PEARLMAN
'2. of 4489 SW l st.. died May a.
lackaonvllle She .:.me hr?re 15 years
igo from Chattanooga, Tenn. Survtv-
ng are five son., :,r.l three daughters.
nciudlng Abe, Myron and Harry, Mrs
>am Schulwalf and Mrs Sadi Sadl-
toff; a sister. 16 grandchildren and
Ive great grandchildren Services
v. re May 7 in Gordon Puneral Home.
IRW.N SILVER
:. ol >: SW bvh d ed May 6 He
ame here five years ._ ru New
V'ork ii nil i i rei red tailor >' ir -
> -14 are son, s: u lej ; a da .:;,-.-i
Mrs Otto Ktl Ii b ithers and
w ~' indchl .1- -1. e.- were
Ma} 7 in i lord .-i Pu eral II ime
MRS. SUSANNE FINK
', of 2770 SW 24 ter., died Ma)' I.
*ha enme here ir, years ago from
Cleveland and was a member of the
sraelite Center. Surviving are her
luaband, Jack; a daughter. Iioreen;
ier mother. Mrs. Dora Kertes; litree
>istrs, including Mrs. Helen Thnrn:
md a brother. Servi.-es wei*e May ;;
n Cordon Puneral Home.
LOUIS WEINER
'.i. of ''.s'l SV ii >r died Ma} He
* i i member ol Tern pie Judea and
i nsi lor al R ersl I
1 "hapi I. i iugl .s rd. > .:
his m Ife, !; i -i brothers and
three sisters Servl ea were Ma} 7
In Riverside Mem l-1 ii Chape
laa rd ^
.1.
VICTOR AVRIN
if 1473 SU 138 died Ma} i
He i ime h.-re 12 years .^.. r'-,,,, \ .,
V- rk and was r salesmai Surviving
i re his wifi P.i: : da ghter
I'.-na. two sons, including Ronald M
and three brothers Serviced were
Ma. 7 in Rive side Memorial Chapel,
Normandy Isle
ir ChoJim
falls Board
BENJAMIN K BOTWIN
7;'. of 8917 KW i i ter d ed Ma) 4
II,- had lived in Miami for the past 14
ears Surviving ire his wife, L
'hive sons, N >i.i- Norman and l>r.
Harry Botwin: two daughters, Mrs.
Kstelle Brealow and Mrs Pleurette
Benson: 10 grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren Services were
M,i> 7 in Gordon Mineral Home
MRS. CELESTE GUTTMAN
S8, of 9461 nw so at., died Mas T She
came her, !> years ago from Chicago
Surviving are aon, Emlle J.; two
daughters, including Mrs. James All -
corn; .. brother, sister, five grand-
|iers of the governing board
r Cholim Kosher Convales-,
pmc were installed by Mrs.:
Klkin, president, at a meet-
He. Installed \vere:
Barnes Lillian \ydick, chan-
Bt lin Hornstein, co-chairman.
lEcker. secretary, Sam Yu-
plbert Kohn, Harry Click,
Roth, Morris Dubler, Fan-,
Btein, Ray Lieberman. and
Burkin. >
icio members are Mes .
ilkin; Joseph Keiser, execu-
< president; Victoria B,
lirector; and Mr. Edward
nanagec.
H. Frarkel Will
leive Award
night services at Temple j
will be dedicated to Mo-)
ay, with parents of chil-
I the Hebrew school to be
B as leading mothers in the
Blity.
Sol Frankel, past president
witl be awarded congrega-
cognition far her group's
the children in the He-
ool.
eg Shabhat will be ar-
iy the Sisterhood. Rabbi
bramowitz will preach on
r Mothers."
Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
N.W. 25th St. at 103rd Ave.
TU 5-1689
"The South's most beautiful
Jewish Cemetery"
Coral Way Branch Office
HI 4-9849
Adult Spring Hop'
Ner Tanrid Young Adults
a "Spring Hop" on Sun-
Ip.m.
Wf SPKMlIZf in
CONDOLENCE
BASKETS
From $7.50 We Deliver
FRUIT CIRCUS
8733
SC0YR
Blvd.
MRS. ROSE HANDSEL
"8, f 1S59 SW 22 ter.. died May 2.
She came, here IS years Ago from r'hi-
!-:>. Surviving aie .-, Bon, Bern: rd;
Mil three urandoh ldren. Service*
were May J in Onrdon Puneral Home.
MRS. ROSE JABLO
ri>. of I4IH Buclid aie.. Miami Beach,
lied Mas 4. She came here seven
veara i^>> from Pltteburgh. Surviving
ire her hu.-hand. Nathan: three sons.
Harry and Jack and .lack 'iihiam: a
laughter, tin Annette Diamond; and
*even grandchildren. Services w-r*
Ma-. ". in Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Washington ave.
JACK NEIMAN
- of SO \w iTi >;.. No Miami Reach,
lied Mas ". He came here !'.' years
ago from \ York Surviving are
hi- wife, H'i>. an 1 a sister, s r ..
were May .". in Newman Ktinerul
Ion
MAX ZALKIN
I of -'".:;. HW 20 St., di< d Ma) I. ll<-
came here 16 years ago from Brook-
lyn, N Y ml was i retail liquid
dealer Sur\ s i in.-hi le his wife,
Minnie a .- i H >ward: two dauith-
ters, Mrs KItti Cohen and Mrs Ro-
salie Ros four in 'Hi.", Ted, Vbe.
Michael and Build> Howe; and ;
-ister. Mrs Linda de He Service
wrore Mas In Newman
Home
funeral
LEON SEIGER
;!. of 72." Alton r I.. Miami Beach,
died Ma> l 11" ime here 27 years
a-;., from Atlantic City, N.J and was
a vending machine serviceman. 8ur-
\ i\ in^ are his wife, Bess; a daughter,
Mis. Shlrle.i Constance Kantor: a
son. Jack; a brother, Prank; a sis-
ter, and two grandchildren. Services
were Maj ;: In Rlvendde Memorial
Chapel, Washington ave
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 4880
HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK, a
Corporation existing under the laws
r the State of New York,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN and BETTE
<; STKIN. his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN and
BETTE GOLDSTEIN
135 Amerfort I "lace
Brooklyn Id, New York
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a sait lias been brought against you
uy HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK in
the above-entitled Court, to foreclose
a mor lau<- I'rli Ulllbel'iiu; llle follow-
ing described property, to-wlt:
Lot 21. lilock 77. SECOND AHHI-
TION TO CAROL CITY, according
to the plat tin reof. as recorded in
1'iat Hook 8a, at page 78, Sheet 1,
of tile public records of llade Coun-
ty, Horidn;
and you are required to file your an-
swer with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of l>ade Counts, Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
before June HI, 1911. and to serve a
copy of such answer upon 1>AVII> P.
CATSMAN, Plaintiffs attorney, whose
address is 11th Floor at 101 East
Kiatller Street, Miami ;!2, Florida, on
or before said dale, as required I'.-
ihe Laws of Florida, If .sou fail to
do so, the complaint will be taken
as confessed by you and a l>ecree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in th
corapalnt.
DATED this 9th day of May. 1901.
H B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
of Circuit Court Dude Count) Florida
(seal) By: E. H. LAN WAY,
Deputy Clerk
DAVID P. CATSMAN
14th Floor at U'l E. F.auler St.
Miami ;!2. Florida
:,,i2-:;'-2G. 6/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 4906
I RUBY S TODD,
Plaintiff,
s s
WILLIAM T TODD,
1 lefendant.
NOriCfc BY PUBLICATION
! r; WILLIAM T TODD
Residence iiiikin.w n
You an- liereb) notified thai i Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required t"
serve a cop) of sour Answer or Plead-
ing to the Complaint, allu you arc r* -
ired to file I he origin i \ pleading in the office "t the Clerk !
the above styled eourl and serve n
copy of the same on (SEURGE N
MacDONELL, the Plaintiff's attorney,
."I His. ..s ne Building, Miami 32,
Florida, on of before the 22nd d>
I June, A.D, 1961, in default whlcn
th,- complaint ssdi he taken aguinst
you for the relief demanded In the
complaint.
DATED, this nub day of Mas. i 161
K. P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dude County, Florida
(seal) B) HELEN KESSLEK
i leputy i 'lei u
:. 12-19-26, B 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52629-A
IN RE: Estate ..i
ANNA H>PP BIVIETC
11.,'.i sed.
NOTICE TO CREO.TORS
TO All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
11;- Claims or Demands Againsl Said
Estate:
Y'oii are hereby notified and req m-
ii to pi. ~.-ru an> claims .'.iii demands
Which sou mas have against the es-
tate of ANNA I1MPP SIV1ETZ de
ceased late of Haile County, l-lorida,
to the Count.*.* Ju*lgea of l>ade County,
and file the same in their offices in
the Counts Courthouse In Uade Coun-
ty, Florida, ssiihin eight calendar
months from the date Of the first
publication hereof, or th* same will
be barred.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
i >......itor
MILTON A PRIEDMAN
Attorney1111 Alnslej '' Ig
Miami, l-'ia- FR -> >l
5/--I2-I9-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 4133
EDELMIRA NELSON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SCOTTY NELSON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
TO: SCOTTY NELSON
(residence unknown)
You SCOTTY NELSON, in- hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce, has be^n filed against you,
and .sou are required to serve a copy
f your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, GINO P. NEGRETTI, 910-
'ii Congress Building, Maud 32.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office ol 'he Clerk
of the Circuit Court on oi before th
29th day of M is. 1961 If J i I fall to
lo so, judgment bj del tu t will be
taken agntnst vci f.,r the relief de-
manded In th Bill ol I |>I ilnt
This not shall b< pub! shed once
each week for four conse iti\ weeks
in Till: JEWISH PI.DRIDIAN
HONE AND ORDERED it v iml,
FIoi Ida, mi- M I d A ir I, A D.
1961.
i: Fl LEATHERMAN,
i 'Iri-ult i 'ouri. I 'a irl la
, -.a'i B N \ HEW ;i'T.
1 >,. -
-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No 61C 4664
cil'ELPH B. ELBING,
Plaintiff,
DORIS PATRICIA BLB1NO
i lefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DORIS PATRICIA ELBINli
8015 41st Street
Jackson Heights,
l.i'Ni; Island. Ness York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
serve a copy ol your answer t" the
complaint for divorce filed osulnst
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File No. 52164
Notice is herebj given that Nathan-
iel V\. Sieael lioluel as assignee ol
Cits of Miami T.is Sale eniticaie
Numbered 109, dated the 2nd da> ol
June. A.D 19.".y has filed said Certifi-
cate ill m> Office, and has made ap-
plication i..i tax deed to issue thereon
in accordance with lass. Said Certifi-
cate embraces the following described
property, situated in Dude Count>
Florida, to-*t it
Lot i, dock I, Less i: 2' St Royal
Palm Gardens., Plal Book 7. Page
7!. in the Dade, state of Florida.
11,. as. ,-.-.ii. II. ... s.,.,1 \il..|..lts un-
der the Certificate issued was In the
mime ol Unknown. Unless said Cer-
tiilcate shall be redeemed according
to lass, tax died ss ill issue thereon
IN THE C RCUIT COU9* OF THfi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'PCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FDR 0OS
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 6'C 4"39
LUCIA i: HANSEN M >RR -,
Plain i
vs
l.l'a i .1 Mi (RRIS.
I lefend 'id
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: 1.1:0.1 MORRIS, Defendant
10 Runnemede Aven ,e
l.ansdoss nil-- I 11 K) si n a
Vi T ARE HEREBY no ried that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorci ind/
ru Annulment has been filed istainst
you and you ore required to 1
cop) ol your answer or other pleading
on plaintiffs attorney. MILTON A.
FRIEDMAN, llll \i- Building,
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FINK & FoltMAN. I5t>2 Congress
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iiv U'Hi das of June. 1961, otherwise
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againsl sou.
DATED this tth das of Mas. 1961,
K i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of circuit Court Dade Count) Florida
(seal) B> HELEN KESSLER
Deput) Clerk
:. 12-19-26, 6 2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 1813
EDWARD L. MORAN,
Plaintiff.
JOANNE M FRBELAND MORAN,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOANNE M. FRBELAND MORAN
.'!;'.. Merrhuut Street
BairrO, Vermont
You are hereby notified that a Bill
I Complaint for Div tree has been
filed usainst you. and you are rc-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the i:ui of Complain!
on the plaintiff's Attorneys, RICH-
MOND Ai F'AUHKK. 1 Lincoln Koad
Building, Miami Beach, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl on or before the 12th das of
June, 1961, ii sou fall to do so. Judg-
ment b) default will be taken again r.
sun for the relief demanded In the
BUI of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for week
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52681-A
IN" RE: Estat.....
\l.\ ..\ FORMAN KNOW LES
11,-. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
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JAMES II EDWARDS
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s*5f??^^fflaap Page 6-B *Jet*ist fhrkHaan Molly Picon Stirs Huge Ticket Sales At Grove Theatre The bissi -' Ivance of ticHERBERT GELERNTER Adams to Arrive For Cedars Fete Joey Adams, president of American Guild of Variety Artists, arrives in Miami next week to preside over a Cedars of Lebanon Hospital dinner at Coral .Gables Country Club on May 16. According to Herbert Gelernter. dinner chairman. Adams, who is well-known as a nightclub and television comedian, will be toastmaster for the affair. Gelernter and other members of Temple Jitdea have made all arrangements for the dinner and report a limited number of reservations .-till available. kets in the histon oi the Coconut ire Playhouse wi el Molly Picon when the star n< the English and Yiddish stage opens a twoeek limited enj lay. May in. in the smash hit, "A Ma jority of One." Coming din n her Loi triumph where Robert Morley, Miss Picon will recreate the role Oi S 'by. 'hi' Jewish wfc'ow from Brooklyn who meets a Japanese gentlemen on a ship to Yokahama and finds that they have many fundamental things in common, including a high regard for romance Filled with any number of Jewish household jokes, the play was written by Leonard Spigelglass, noted screen and television writer whose credits include such outstanding films as "Pepe" and "1 Was a Male War Bride."' and the television classic. "The Helen Morgan Story. It was during his trip to Japan to writ* tb film, "The Miraculous Fish," starring Anthony Quinn, that th author saw from his deck chair an acquaintance ripening between a Jewish matron from Brooklyn and several Japenese businessmen. Admittedly fashioning the role of Mrs. Jacoby after his own mother, Spigelglass went on to create one of the most heartwarming hits in the history of the Broadway theatre. Friday. M ay 12, ^ Soned Offering Art Classes Warren Soned. mural pa:!Ue r has taught at the L'nivi Miamxand in Dad* alr,-'; painting for fun. "' Classes will bo offered for tan hobby groups on beginnei vanced levels, featui and design dynamics from life model and -• H ater color and other • lectures on trips are schedule Summer classes for |i in to 16 are also a\ u fc-. tration will be daily !o "j I p.m. r and other med f-. £ until May l.y Confirmation exercises will be held at Beth Emeth On StrtWday May 13, at 8 p.m. To be confirmee iett to righti are Sman Fnedland. Ann Rabinowitz. Rabbi David W. Herson. who will officiate, Stefi Adler, and Samuel Rosenstra uch. Acorns Planning Stage Production Games Night Scheduled Miami Beach Pythian Sisters Temp:4:? ft as to hoi I a Barnes night on Thursday at the American Lemon Ha i. 1828 Alton rcl Proceeds are for asi-istance to the Comedienne of luncheon Democratic Club Meeting Next open meeting ot the Democratic Club of Miami Beach will be Wednesday evening. May 24. at the Saxony hotel. W'ally Gluck is president. and Harry Levy, executive member. Originally starring Berg and Sir Cedric "A Majority of One" 570 performances on then followed with a cessful 42-week tour American cities. Gertrude Hardwicke, played for Broadway. highly sueof major Patsy Abbott. Miami Bcaeh'* sparkling main club entertainer and vice president of the popular Proo; women ot show business, will'make her legitimate theatrical needy Chairmen were to be Mrs. stage debut on Thursday. June 15. Mildred Rosenfeld and Mrs. Berin George Kelly's hilarious cometna p re dy. "The Torch-Bearer.v" Produced by the Acorns Civic Theatre, the entire production will be directed by Owen Phillips and presented at the Coconut Grove Playhouse Formed a year ago to build for Miami Beach a community theatre of its own. "The Torch-Bearers" will mark the Acorns second major production. -Dark of the Moon." produce i last November, was hailed by the local critics as "an outsta ished b> acting, direction and a totally professional production." Flagler Women Induct Officers Ofiicers of Fagler-Grana ish Center Sisterhoo ill be i stalled at noon on Thursday \v, 18. in Miami Springs Countrj by Mrs Edward Oppenheimer. di vision president of the N'j Council of Jewish W In-tailed will be Mrs Sam K> v.alsky. president, for her year; and Mesdames David Hen I Irwin Marshall. Elmer Rogers | vice president.-. Also. Mesdames I-adore Burnt, recording secretary. Max Mnw kin. corresponding secretai Coverman. treasurer Board member> are Mesdaaia Nathan Braverman. Leo Drutz Noman Elbrand. Lou Eslee, Tom ht tab, Selma Green. Barney Lander', Beth Emeth Congregation SisterDanny Lapin. Edward Peyser. Ala hood heard Miss Patsy Abbott. note l comedienne, at the organization's donor luncheon Sunday at the Fontainebleau hotel. Chairhe funcl QWI n Mrs Norman A Her ar I Mrs Rhoda Willis. Schpolsky. Ben Schwartz. Al SegeL Joe Shankman. Paul Strauss, \tt ing Vcrdon. Chairmen of the day are Mrs. W.dter Kaye and Mrs SamuelG* stein. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ; or Conservative Synagogue, Miami area. State experience and salary requirements. Reply to Mr. R., Box 2973, Miami 1 A non-profit orgai Special theatre parties are now being arranged, with the evening of Thursday. May 24. already sold out to the Southeastern Florida region of Women's American ORT. Other theatre parties include Beth of the AcornCivic Theatre I Am Sisterhood. Westview Country for the past : % %  been concent Club. Beth Sholom. the Hope School led on the development ol a worktor Retarded Children. Delta Phi -hop and the ex| : oi its T Epsilon, Acorns Civic Theatre, the ent Bank." Offering complete Brandeis chapter of Hada-sah. and evenings oi "litl prothe National Kidney Disease Founductions %  :,., \ gradation, EXPERIENCED SEXTON WANTED Large, modern Conservative Congregation in South Florida seeks experienced Sexton for immediate employment. Prefer man under 50 who can handle all duties including the Reading of the Law. Send complete resume with recent ohotograph to 1540 Catalonia Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida Restaurateurs Off To Visit Villa Ann and Victoria Bidone. of the De Continental restaurant in Bay Harbor Island, are accustomed to Patsy's Place to ofter her services celebrities. Recently, their pafree to the organization tito such organizations as the Chai cha| lei nai B'rith, the Optim sts. Pn lei, Beth Torah C ongregation the 52 As< A supporter of | :• Acorns since it.inception. Miss Abbott is giving up her June vacation from her own trons have included Mr and Mrs Ben Gaines and Hollywood star Joan Crawford. After a successful season, the Bidones are closing their De Continental. They will join Mr. and Mrs Ben Gaines. who are leaving for a cruise to San Reno. Italy. where they expect to buy the Villa Santa Fe. Playing evenings June 15 through Sunday June IS there will I matinee Saturday. June 17. at 2 p.m. Special discounts are available for theatre partieb> calling theatre party chairman Jerri Cohen MOTHER'S DAY SPECTACULAR *The BUFFET le GRANDE ... SUNDAY NIGHT -' He Grand Marine•' A vast ar r ay of va'ied viands %  ; : ---pared to delight 'He e>e aid palate of the most d s Cem ng ciOd'-ie 1 0. I Famous Pastry Table Cons its $650 ALL TAXES AND T PS INCLLOEO jst Fabulous Palate Tempt -.' Pitr*l You've Ever Seen PLUS DANCING AND A STAR-STUDDED SHOW! For Reservations: C


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Page 2-A vjenist fk>ritant rabbi at Temple Israel. Memphis. Tenn. Wolf is a 1954 graduate of the RENT A CAR from $2.50 per day $15 per wk & mileage charge ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FIAGIER ST. Ph. FR 3-6765 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky •45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACN Phone JE 1-35*5 University of Pittsburgh, where he majored in history and won academic honors. He is number of the Kappa Nu fraternity. While preparing for the pulpit, he led several congregations. This year, he served Sinai Temple, Marion, fad., as a student rabbi. Earlier, he led the University of Cincinnati Hillel Foundation, and was spiritual leader of Conytv.a lion Beth Israel. Cleveland, and Temple Israel. Burlington. la. An outstanding rabbinic student, he served as an instructor in Hebron at the College-Institute summer school in 1959. He was secretary of the Hl'C-JIR Student Assn., 1959-60, and assistant division head of the Jewish Community Center Day Camp in 1958. Wolf is married to the former Phyllis C. Black, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Albert H. Black, ot Pittsburgh. AEPi Alumni in Reception Some 100 members of Alpha Epsilon Pi Alumni Club held a reception and dinner party at the Deauville hotel on Saturday. HarryLevy was chairman. WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Kesihering Our Specialty L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th ST. morris Orlim Phone FR 1-1363 Continued from Page 1-A Jack A. Cantor, chairman of the board of governors; Samuel Oritt, chairman of the State of Florida; Jack Popick, chairman of the executive board; Maurice Revitz, chairman of the campaign council; Joseph Cohen, chairman, and Nat Waldman, vice chairman for Miami Beach; Harold Thurman, chairman, and Meyer A. Baskin and Sheldon Kaye, vice chairman for the City of Miami. Also to be installed are the following division chairmen: William Bornstein, trustee.-; Jack Katzman, builders Leonard Rosen and E. Albert Pallot. guardians: Sidney Ansin. congregational dinner-. Miami Beach, and Henry Gilbert, congregational dinners. Miami; Sam Reinhard. High Holidays; Sam Lachman, hotels: Dr. Milton Lubarr and Abraham Grunhut. organizations; James Albert. Oleh Regel: Ben Essen, special events: Harold Zmn, young executives division; and Jack Rifkin. building funds. Members of the board of gov. ernors to be installed include Sam Blank. Lewis Bower. Joseph Applebaum. Morris Cooper. Abram Fox. 1 A C. Fine, Maurice Cans, Sidney i Cans, Samuel Goldtarb. Paul Gordon. Isadore Hecht. Samuel Kipnis. Marcie Liberman. David J. Light. Sam Luby. Santord H. Kean. Max Orovitz. Dan Ruskin. Louis Rudnick. Carl Weinkle. Max Weitz. Morry B. Morris. Jack Carner. Max Bauer. Max Deakter and Philip Revitz. Area chairmen are Hy Galbut. South Shore; Al Sherman. North Shore; Tom Kravitz. Buv Harbor; Rabbi Lehrman I Due at Flagler Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temj pie Emanu-El, will speak on 'What Affiliation With the United Syiu gogue Means to You" at a meeting of Flagler-Granada Jewish Center on Tuesday evening He will be introduced by Samuel Hollander, newly-elected president Rabbi Gerald Lerer, new spiritI ual leader of Flagler-Granada. said that '"a better understanding of the United Synagogue activities will further the Center's plans for af, filiation with the movement."' Sisterhood will be in charge of refreshments. Max Kolker. Surfside: Benjamin Rimer. Allison island; Ezra.-JTniegold. Biscayne Point: Al Levinc. south Miami: Harry Gordon. Southwesl Miami; Herman Feldman. Coral Gables: Max Fox. Keystone Point; Laac Donen. North Miami Beach; Alien Greenberg. Riviera. A highlight of the evening's program will be a presentation ceremony during which 13 Miamian> will be ;4iven special recognition. Revi'z said that "these 13 men and wo-vsn will be among outstanding world leaders who have been se'ected in each major community for special awards. Tribute will be paid to the men anc" women who have stood in the foreground of their respective communities in the endeavor to help promote the security and wel'are of Israel. The 13 Miamians to be honored are Sidney Ansm. Sam Blank. Jack A. Cantor. Samuel Friedland. Isadore Hecht. Marcie Liberman. Stanley C. Myers. Samuel Oritt. Max Orovitz. c' a ,! Weinkle u* I Anna Brenner ilevers \[g uelT. Sapiro and M r MaxwJ Included in the evening's foJ WeswiUbeaspecialmusic^U sram featuring Norman .\t£ I star of television. Broadly I the concert stage ar/ iht ," p? I tonal-Choir of Greater Mia*,^ c>ctiHce Prescription Specialists NOW IN TWO MODERN AiR-CONDtTIONfD, ENLARGED BEACH LOCATIONS MOKE PARKING SPACI CONVENIENT TO BUSES 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-7425 Eetr. 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— Page 6-A +Jenist> BurMw Friday, May 12, 1961 IV I D he r( rr. r.c IK lh 1h cr a A v< lr L. 1 I a] )( oi li (! IX a It a tl (> a ii ) f k r e ( c r I i ( ( i I \ Carl Susskind, chairman oi the CIA Trades and Professions Council (left), was one of the top community leaders to receive campaign merit awards at the Combined Jewish Appeal "appreciation luncheon" on Monday. General chairman Joseph M. Lipton (right) commended Susskind for his "exemplary %  eadership in directing the drive amono 40 business groups throughout Dade county." Justice Thornal Due to Speak Mrs. Gerald, P. Soltz is chairoi the third annual meeting ol Jewish Vocational Service. which will take plait May 31 at .Miami Springs Villas. Supreme Court Justice Bampbell Thornal v 11 be guest speaker. It ia expected that Justice Thornal will discuss community responsibly involving the job placement ol handicapped people. Harold Goldfarb will be chairman of the awards committee, which includes Barney Bernstein. Clemen J Ehrlich. Sam Luby. jr., and Lloyd L. Ruskin. president of J\ s One citation, "Contractor of the Year," will be awarded to the firm here which has been most helpful to the agencys Sheltered Workshop with sub-eontracts on which the handicapped can work. Second citation will go to the "Employer of the Year" fcr major efforts in the placement of the handicapped in competitive industry. Marshall S. Harris. cha:rman of the nominating and membership committee, will present the slate ol officers. Serving on the committee are David Bloomberg, Maurice Hyman. Dr. J. R. Schwartz. and Mrs. Sam Stark Arthur S. Rosichan. executive director of the Greater Mimi Jewish Federation, will be installing officer. Jewish Vocational Service also revealed this week that executive director Dr. Michael Goodman and Donald S Block, workshop director, are leaving to attend a regional conference for sheltered workshop professionals May 15 to 19 at the University of Alabama. Dr. Goodman has also been invited to a conference of community placement agencies for older workers in Suffern, X.Y.. on May 22 and 23. WONDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN AT THE BALMORAL Elegant, luxurious surroundings, faultless service, exceptional cuisine. Groups of 70 to 600 catered in the royal manner I FREE SIX ACRES ON THE OCEAN AT 98th STREET • MIAMI BEACH The Prestige Address" Have that Business Meeting. Banquet, or Bpeclal Occasion gjk You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I tor InformBllonl HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-6061 th SI. Collln_v. CIA Announces $1,375,000 for '61 Continued from Page 1-A peel Wits in allocate ns ffom 20 to 30 These beneficiaries include Great* r Miami Jewish Communitj Center. Jewish Horn.' for the Aged, vish Family and Children's Service. Mt. Sinai H Bureau of Jewish Education, Jewish Vocational S< n ic<. Bi r m de Hir L tan Fund ;> :;,i N Council ol Jewish WOl Approximately one-half of the funds raised are a %  '• the United Jewish Appeal for aid of newcomers to Israel, and their rehabilitation and integration into the social and economic life of their new homeland. Guest speaki r ; I te CJA luncheon was John B Turner, president of the 1961-62 L'niti d Fui who was introduced by Lipton and lauded for his •dynamic leadership and organizational skill in [marshalling the community's strength in behalf of United or Federated fund-rai sing Lipton expressed hearttelt thanks of the community and the recipi Ms of CJA services to the thousands of volunteers "who each year .:i\'' countieshours of their time and dedicate themselves to the causes of CJA Special merit awards and bronze plaques were presented to division chairmen and members of the campaign cabinet for "unswerving devotion to the job of conducting the vital campaign." Among those turning in final reports were A .1. 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(SSjgS****^? 3 ?1 -^^^ ^"•ESP*^ ^?>&*35> fig* 5 **? Pcce 14-A +Jeistrkri Eicfcr-sr.r :::r. v or Sabbath recess, and aft. r .-,.•.. .; JM • lire countrj an; .,-. tb( W run icb reached the • be 900 correspondents hen u cover the Eiehmann .. rj been rek the first [ the"trial, nob ; %  e paid much ng th< for .-cor. DO den; rever that the BM a< peal sb -K i practically all Israelis Wn k Di Beerwas never an k of Prime Mi ... T-. nor a friend oi bis. as s me paper? -.-. • make oul neither was he just a 1 .... ->nl> -o documents relatingtotbe Israel war fLiberation and 1 thing _s 1 rcvernment s ndents m of the Be.t I the the story ally released The troth f it is that Dr Beer was treal ntn considerable '.fidence 5 Israel's toi mi i• -. rs. bavin* I 'hen llTSX •.. m • %  • State Ministr? ol II s rl ~ (d trom reUable source! 1 started his acti • he trai rather -, inj nnation Part of il *as retransne I • : "" %  % %  Egypt on the ev< I the Sim There Acre 1: lions bo* I the Egyptians did not believe this While roans of the foreign con the impression that the story was being bl of proportion b) the Israehs, then wen I -.nous aspects lo the affair. a> il became quite evident or. ::.<: very day after tin rj •va> released First became quite clear that the opposition parties will use the affair ir. the election cat feelii that the interest in the Lavon Affair wai saggmf Herul headlined the story over page MM U I Israt %  %  %  'F -~ advisers, arresti %  spect." Another head;. D • heeded the od made him his c te Herat even ... 1 of the Knessi I .-. this it r Fcnoramo: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Recalling Some History C = A CETAISED :TS %  in some A as N shed s i for the Spanish Ancei %  % %  cged t0 S ( 5 at 1 i L .. L %  : %  %  %  at :%  : S h: • be c t Extras : p_; "e-a. was •<_r. he il the boa: docked. He jumped off w an tc shore, and jorsed the Rebel forces After heire. ar^ faired the CnJero : Mtar bJ| "%  aat-ie '* tfw l' r >''show he had no tad te -• v t ftJH rrled the niece of Jefferson Davis Ahe-s the bar.lest "as blewa up iz Havana %  r *2r as .nt '.— -.. Mara ta r.amed : ?i :h* Board of Inquiry which sought to ae*nain the cause of the exp.es.:bat 1 c e knew; realll came about L-ke Adr-.n.s Marj t jdentrfy himself .ewish I guess when you are 'jx top maa aa a r"i iiard to kt hosier taNe a! Zionist R S in :ne Detense Ministrj 1 /.. ni ? ; ,r.i the Pr -:-•— %  / % %  ••;>; spec.ai inquiry com 1 '* ** !" > ] .ouire int< .. %  K The headline in •Al-HamishmaT. which is -he r of Mapam. was much smaller and simply :,• ;, : Beer was arrested In the pap. Browsing Wfifh Boofcs: By HIURY MINDUN On Sentiment About Maturity REBEL AGAINST THE LIGHT. By Alexander Ram.ti. 215 pp. New York: L. C. P9* A Company. S3.75. C OFFEE-TABLE crfief M ... the Israt ti a1 '• e obser 1 al b< a Jifferent breed readers i I re< gm th Ites. I'm sun an ring som< %  pTintled note that he is brash ai IDS BS Uv and indee rish after 1 t %  k on into sons for this 1 H %  '< • pers m tj G stall Jews k to crii ci %  "• ers I thej get their practice or. tl • ir •• ves Having betn as guilty of such unorigma peras anyone else I as interested to coi across a novel which uses this rerj animadven as the jumping-off place for its theme In .Alexander Raman's book, the hero. Arthur Webs an East European Jew. has been living ir. a suburb of Tel Aviv for six months before the estat nt of hState of Israel. He finds the people "materialistic, overcenfident. conceited, chauvinistic and -out feelings." Bern, himself -• %  romantic, he is distressed most by the apparent absence of the.-e traits hi the I^r^Ir. the hero's journey towards th< jhl which is. of course, the substance of the book — and pr ttj Qimsy stuff n is : — "• meets the l>r:u: tempt egctit I live :n 1 • eg the 1 %  -. %  %  r.ments ... at ui .... 1 h %  • ir deals its rder to romai ... an artist's hi %  .[ ki nothing i %  bel is largely aui ... scenes i ?s of • • %  v excus Belween You and Me: ( ., r to the Government, the Beer „ ^d to second place, while the mail about the bombing of Havana and oth< crtlei More senou=. however, than the quest the Beer affair Into election can Tuni M ..athe fundamental question of -. r, -try of mass immigration. This, moreover, had aspects First, there was the question of unk: the p--t of the immigrants Second, wa %  n of the known, leftist past of >ome of thi Almost all the immigrant.who come fp after the war arrived without paperdocument. •-.• .pre-war past The hoiocau-. < ,, m mist regime which followed it in thi ft n where most of the European imn tame, made il extremely difficult to .n\. 51 ra.-. 0 ( • people. •he other hand, many of the present Israeli leadership grew up on the tenets of thi S movement, and had rather ief-i-t leanings past, before the Soviet Union adopted the M.ddle Ea^. These peop:. I mti-C mmunist aan) bocy else, ir.cre so because thej fee; betrayed by the S k-ever is the Beer ca-there :e • this rule, ar.d tht %  •...; .-; it .%  truths maj :-r., a .:. evi il --: :char. Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRI Let's All Read Books I F IT SEEMS odd for a columnist tog \ert to bcoks at a timi when Ai .j work) is shaken by moment evena J it is well to remember thai : the ft) ever comes vvhen the book -nboriDated to the crisis of the rr -<-.: ma have forefeited his pwdw berita ge—creativity It is true perhapthat 1 • I pi* and stress are least ; BS for cr-.-.inkBt rj '-. ] iete with insta •rarj :• t then si reason why prebecuj I thjhM be. shoaM diven ns :rcm pn and -^a:r<: from pa] from tali ;t either abide 1 fee thai %  f crisis '; in g s 1 %  • %  %  •„• • • pers ack 1 r 1 [1 \ ... %  -. .. 5. at rks 1 rks [fad they i 'I \ an -%  %  i %  %  i BORIS SWOLAR Interesting Statistics on Jewish Population Spread LJAVE YOU EVER gtven % %  the faci .... ....... s _. Eut Curtail ant tact • Aij "a". •• •... if< is reflecte 1 in the speak of 1 itiatl Federa• Welfan T>.e study estabbshes that ..> '-. are n sKhag today in this • %  j sh ^pulat rSS • persons Ii| are does DO* Jews re1 : • .. barbs. I the larger city federations H an the total number of Jews w %  pum. Holland. Swtl Ihe other countries of Continei Europe—w h:ch inclu k GoerKKBKries The imponar.ee of the "small*' Jewish comrr.-.t:f< .the United States thu< bee obrwus m the light of the fa,: thai thev represent ven %  • %  %  APW • vfDCSS ^1 ses. The ef. their F< iherefere affects vit -herfl thej a Kes.*fl rhieve certain accepted Jewish eomnnina] ^ tc meet their Jewish responsibilities This wcr % ^ 80 u ted by their local organisation which ^'^1 me communities as the Jewish Welfari .^al. r the Jewish Federatioo, the Combined Jewish the Jewish Community Council. j.fif V Although the names oi their centra! I -^^ ffdives are everywhere the same—uni^c distribution vices Their guiding and Welfare Funds in Nf* York. %  **•< f ^ them with material on the basic iek w,.-k. e evervvvnere tne >•> of the funds providing ding hand is the Council of J**-* ^v* re Funds ir. New York. *B.< % 



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May 12. 1961 *Jewts* ncrkilir, Page 15-B Ik MiHer, 57 ,ses Away Miller, active in Miami civic affairs, died. May 4. is 57, and lived at 5313 La dr: lame here 35 years ago from fork, and was vice president tional Brands, a wholesale business. Miller wa on* of the foundi embers of Mt. Sinai Hos[ and had been active in TemEmanu-EI. Ho was a memthe Miemi Beach Masonic Scottish Rite end Mahi giving are .his wife, Theresa; Gerald; a daughter, Mrs. |rn Savage; two sisters, Mrs. Blank and Mrs. Sally >rg; and a brother. |ices were May 7 in Riverlemorial Chapel, Normandy hth burial in Mt. Nebo Ceme-ister and seven antridchlldren. S-rsli %  ss.re Ma> x in Newman Funeral Home. WILLIAM D. COOTNER 18, of 1677 9W 15 ft., drowned at Miiini Beach May 6. He came here -• %  veura UK from Providence, ELI., ana van a dry goods merchant. He was i veteran of World War I and :. "• %  mtier of the Harvey Seeds Po'sl be American Legion, thMiami Heire'w Congregation and the Florida Commercial Alliance. Surviving an is ss i .-. Rove; a daughter. Mrs. Char'ene Muss; a M>n. two brother* and ;i .mndchild. Services were, May B in lorclon Funeral Home. IRS. FREDA WEINER 15200 NE I] ave., died Apr. 30. uurvlved by her husband, Realm. Irving; daughter, Mrs. Mirnan, of Brooklyn. N.V.: and Mr. and MrMoses Steckgtsters, Minnie and Bella a brother, Hytnun Steekler: grandchildren, alt of Brooklervlces were In Riverside Me (-Chapel, Washington ave.. with In Brooklyn. HARRY W. FIELDS %  ".. of 14"4 Co'lins ave., Miami Beach, ded May .Y lie came here 22 year o fro.-i Chicago and was a retired ipartment house manager. He was u nemo, r of Temp! Kmunu-KI and tli. tebrcM Academ) and a founder am' ife membet of the Jewish Home to' "he Axed Surviving are his wife. lose; four sons and three daughters. Services were May 7 in Rlveralde Memorial Chapel, N> rmandj Isle, children and six great-grandchildren. Services were May 8 In Gordon Funeral Home. KENNETH B. BROACH .' %  2, of ir.no sw 90 ave., died May 6. He came here 10 years ago from l.an.-aster, Pa. Surviving are his wife. Margaret; a brother and two sisters, services were May 7 in Rlveralde Menortal CTfapel, Btniglas*rd. MRS. REBECCA GONSHOR •. of IOL'7 Euclid BVO., Miami Reach l|Od May 6. She came here iron Holyoke, Mass.. 10 years ago. Sur %  ivtng are h.-r husband, Joseph, and i. brother. Lewis Relsky. Service s-rMas 7 in Riverside Memorla 'hapel. Washington ave. MRS. MOLLV LEVITE ; ".. of 1400. Ocean dr., Miami Beach lied May 1. She came here nine year* igo from New York. Surviving is helusband. (is ar. Services were in N'e.w York with Riverside Memorla ''hapel in charge locally. HENRY MASCHLER '". of 942 Pennsylvania ave.. died Maj He came here 2.". years ago from New York and was former commander of the Miami Beach Cost, I'isihleil American Veterans, and an acIve member of Modern Woodmen ol Vmerica. Surviving are two brothers, including Maurice; and three sisters. -erviccs were May 4 in Riverside Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE MRS. LENA BELL "•7. of 2336 SW 19 st.. died May -. She •ime here 12 years ago from Brooklyn. Surviving are her husband. lenry: a son, Herbert; two dough•ers. Mrs. Rosiland Dreese and Mrs. Audrey Rosenthal; three 1 rolhers. hree sisters and a grandchild. S'ervioeawere May ;; In Gordon Puneral Home. JACOB MAER 119 SW 29 r i d e.i May 8, n. eie 26 years ig from Kliza..).. and w ... a retired maini8ur\ i\ • %  %  %  nciudi idwife, a son. w r ii .v. and two i.Sen ires re Ma) 9 in Funeral Hi |RS. SELiVA SILVERMAN 0 s. Shore lr died Mu> > Ime here six year-, ago from Si and was i member of Pioneei i and Hadis-ah Surviving are -hand, Samuel; .< son, a da ugh|brother and six grandchildren were M&) • in Ris.-isid. fm' ''hapel. N irin.mdy Isle. JOSEPH SWICHKOW 830 s\V 9 ave., lied Mas 8. II. in i % %  36 yea ago fcuni Chlcai.i .vis •: %  %  —.:>. r ol Temple Cl Surviving are two sons and di ghter n I iding Maui ic< and %  ,' r Hi n lei Stokol; hmlchildren ind two greal |!nli!r-n Servli were in Chilith Qordon Funeral Home In I.H .l]l> lORDKO MAX BLUMIN 153 Baj dr Miami Beach, died He was i hardware store S irvlving are his wife, Ethel; niKAters, Mra Punla Behmolras lr > i.ni>.. ECrlockey; a brother |.-Ister. Services Mere May H in .Memorial Chapel, NormanJACOB MASLINOFF ("4 Michigan > %  .. Miami Bench, ". He ca ne here 14 j ears lin Brooklyn. Surviving are his |w>, -on.-., i da ighter, brother, MRS. GUSSIE PEARLMAN '2. of 4489 SW l st.. died May •" a. lackaonvllle She .:.me hr?re 15 years igo from Chattanooga, Tenn. Survtvng are five son., : ,r.l three daughters. nciudlng Abe, Myron and Harry, Mrs >am Schulwalf and Mrs Sadi Sadltoff; a sister. 16 grandchildren and Ive great grandchildren Services •v. re May 7 in Gordon Puneral Home. IRW.N SILVER :. ol "• > %  : SW •_ %  BVH d ed May 6 He ame here five years ._ • ru New V'ork II nil i i rei red tailor >' ir > -14 are .• son, s: u lej ; a da .: ; ,-.-i Mrs Otto Ktl Ii b ithers and w ~' indchl .1-1. %  %  e.were Ma} 7 in i lord .-i Pu eral II ime MRS. SUSANNE FINK ', of 2770 SW 24 ter., died Ma)' I. *ha enme here ir, years ago from Cleveland and was a member of the sraelite Center. Surviving are her luaband, Jack; a daughter. Iioreen; ier mother. Mrs. Dora Kertes; litree >ist€rs, including Mrs. Helen Thnrn: md a brother. Servi.-es wei*e May ;; n Cordon Puneral Home. LOUIS WEINER '.i. of ''.s'l SV ii >r died Ma} %  He i i member ol Tern pie Judea and i %  %  • nsi lor al R ersl I • •• 1 "hapi I. i %  iugl .s rd. > .: his M Ife, !; i -i %  ••• brothers and three sisters Servl ea were Ma} 7 In Riverside Mem L-1 ii Chape laa rd ^ .1. VICTOR AVRIN if 1473 SU 138 died Ma} i He i ime h.-re 12 years .^.. r'-,,,, \ ., Vrk and was r salesmai Surviving • i re his wifi P.i: : da ghter I'.-na. two sons, including Ronald M and three brothers Serviced were Ma. 7 in Rive side Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle ir ChoJim falls Board BENJAMIN K BOTWIN 7;'. of 8917 KW i i ter d ed Ma) 4 II,had lived in Miami for the past 14 ears Surviving ire his wife, L 'hive sons, N >i.iNorman and l>r. Harry Botwin: two daughters, Mrs. Kstelle Brealow and Mrs Pleurette Benson: 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren Services were M,i> 7 in Gordon Mineral Home MRS. CELESTE GUTTMAN S8, of 9461 NW so at., died Mas T She came her, !•> years ago from Chicago Surviving are • aon, Emlle J.; two daughters, including Mrs. James All corn; .. brother, %  sister, five grand|iers of the governing board r Cholim Kosher Convales-, pmc were installed by Mrs. : %  Klkin, president, at a meetHe. Installed \vere: Barnes Lillian \ydick, chanBt lin Hornstein, co-chairman. lEcker. secretary, Sam Yuplbert Kohn, Harry Click, Roth, Morris Dubler, Fan-, Btein, Ray Lieberman. and Burkin. > icio members are Mes ilkin; Joseph Keiser, execu%  < %  president; Victoria B, lirector; and Mr. Edward %  nanagec. H. Frarkel Will leive Award night services at Temple j will be dedicated to Mo-) ay, with parents of chilI the Hebrew school to be B as leading mothers in the Blity. %  Sol Frankel, past president witl be awarded congregacognition far her group's the children in the Heool. eg Shabhat will be ariy the Sisterhood. Rabbi bramowitz will preach on r Mothers." LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK N.W. 25th St. at 103rd Ave. TU 5-1689 "The South's most beautiful Jewish Cemetery" Coral Way Branch Office HI 4-9849 Adult Spring Hop' Ner Tanrid Young Adults a "Spring Hop" on SunIp.m. Wf SPKMlIZf in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 8733 SC0YR€ Blvd. MRS. ROSE HANDSEL "8, f 1S59 SW 22 ter.. died May 2. She came, here IS years Ago from r'hi!-:•>. Surviving aie .-, Bon, Bern: rd; %  Mil three urandoh ldren. Service* were May J in Onrdon Puneral Home. MRS. ROSE JABLO ri>. of I4IH Buclid aie.. Miami Beach, lied Mas 4. She came here seven veara i^>> from Pltteburgh. Surviving ire her hu.-hand. Nathan: three sons. Harry and Jack and .lack 'iihiam: a laughter, tin Annette Diamond; and *even grandchildren. Services w-r* Ma-. ". in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washington ave. JACK NEIMAN %  of SO \w iTi >;.. No Miami Reach, lied Mas ". He came here !'.' years ago from \ % % %  •• %  York Surviving are hiwife, H'i>. an 1 a sister, s r .. were May .". in Newman Ktinerul Ion %  MAX ZALKIN I of -'".:; %  HW 20 St., di< d Ma) I. llward: two dauithters, Mrs KItti Cohen and Mrs Rosalie Ros four in 'Hi.", Ted, Vbe. Michael and Build> Howe; and ; %  -ister. Mrs Linda de He %  Service wrore Mas In Newman Home funeral LEON SEIGER •;!. of 72." Alton r I.. Miami Beach, died Ma> l 11" %  ime here 27 years a-;., from Atlantic City, N.J and was a vending machine serviceman. 8ur\ i\ in^ are his wife, Bess; a daughter, Mis. Shlrle.i Constance Kantor: a son. Jack; a brother, Prank; a sister, and two grandchildren. Services were Maj ;: In Rlvendde Memorial Chapel, Washington ave IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 4880 HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK, a Corporation existing under the laws %  %  r the State of New York, Plaintiff, vs. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN and BETTE <;• STKIN. his wife, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN and BETTE GOLDSTEIN 135 Amerfort I "lace Brooklyn Id, New York YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a sait lias been brought against you uy HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK in the above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mor lauade Counts, Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or before June HI, 1911. and to serve a copy of such answer upon 1>AVII> P. CATSMAN, Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 11th Floor at 101 East Kiatller Street, Miami ;!2, Florida, on or before said dale, as required I'.ihe Laws of Florida, If .sou fail to do so, the complaint will be taken as confessed by you and a l>ecree Pro Confesso will be entered against you for the relief demanded in th corapalnt. DATED this 9th day of May. 1901. H B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court Dude Count) Florida (seal) By: E. H. LAN WAY, Deputy Clerk DAVID P. CATSMAN 14th Floor at U'l E. F.auler St. Miami ;!2. Florida :,,i2-:;'-2G. 6/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 4906 I RUBY S TODD, Plaintiff, s s WILLIAM T TODD, 1 lefendant. NOriCfc BY PUBLICATION % %  r ; WILLIAM T TODD Residence iiiikin.w n You anliereb) notified thai i Complain! for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required t" serve a cop) of sour Answer or Pleading to the Complaint, allu you arc r* ired to file I he origin i \ %  I June, A.D, 1961, in default % %  whlcn th,complaint ssdi he taken aguinst you for the relief demanded In the complaint. DATED, this nub day of Mas. i 161 K. P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dude County, Florida (seal) B) HELEN KESSLEK i leputy i 'lei u :. 12-19-26, B 2 IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52629-A IN RE: Estate ..i ANNA H>PP BIVIETC 11. • %  '. i sed. NOTICE TO CREO.TORS TO All Creditors and All Persons Hav%  11;Claims or Demands Againsl Said Estate: Y'oii are hereby notified and req m% %  ii to pi. ~. -ru an> claims .'.iii demands Which sou mas have against the estate of ANNA I1MPP SIV1ETZ de ceased late of Haile County, l-lorida, to the Count.*.* Ju*lgea of l>ade County, and file the same in their offices in the Counts Courthouse In Uade County, Florida, ssiihin eight calendar months from the date Of the first publication hereof, or th* same will be barred. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN i >. itor MILTON A PRIEDMAN Attorney—1111 Alnslej ''• Ig Miami, l-'iaFR -• %  •> >l 5/--I2-I9-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 4133 EDELMIRA NELSON, Plaintiff, vs. SCOTTY NELSON, Defendant. SUIT FOR OIVORCE TO: SCOTTY NELSON (residence unknown) You SCOTTY NELSON, inhereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce, has be^n filed against you, and .sou are required to serve a copy •f your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, GINO P. NEGRETTI, 910'•ii Congress Building, Maud 32. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office ol 'he Clerk of the Circuit Court on oi before th 29th day of M is. 1961 If J i I fall to lo so, judgment bj del tu t will be taken agntnst vci f.,r the relief demanded In th Bill ol I • • |>I ilnt This not %  • %  shall b< pub! shed once each week for four conse iti\ weeks in Till: JEWISH PI.DRIDIAN HONE AND ORDERED it v iml, FIoi Ida, miM I d • •' A ir I, A D. 1961. i: Fl LEATHERMAN, i 'Iri-ult i 'ouri. I 'a • irl la -.a'i B N \ HEW ;i'T. 1 >,. • _• •-12-19 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No 61C 4664 cil'ELPH B. ELBING, Plaintiff, DORIS PATRICIA BLB1NO i lefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DORIS PATRICIA ELBINli 8015 41st Street Jackson Heights, l.i'Ni; Island. Ness York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to serve a copy ol your answer t" the complaint for divorce filed osulnst NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File No. 52164 Notice is herebj given that Nathaniel V\. Sieael lioluel as assignee ol Cits of Miami T.is Sale • eniticaie Numbered 109, dated the 2nd da> ol June. A.D 19.".y has filed said Certificate ill m> Office, and has made application i..i tax deed to issue thereon in accordance with lass. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dude Count> Florida, to-*t it Lot i, dock I, Less i: 2' St Royal Palm Gardens., Plal Book 7. Page 7!. in the RR -, Plain i vs l.l'a i .1 Mi (RRIS. I lefend 'id NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: 1.1:0.1 MORRIS, Defendant 10 Runnemede Aven ,e l.ansdoss nil-I •11 K) si n a Vi T ARE HEREBY no ried that a Bill of Complaint for Divorci ind/ ru Annulment has been filed istainst you and you ore required to 1 cop) ol your answer or other pleading on plaintiffs attorney. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, llll \i• Building, Miami 82, Florida. :n\^ fi'e th* '.riRinal with the < "! %  • k i>( the %  %  • in or befote the 29tli ila) •' May, 161, or judgment b> defa • be taken against you. DATED this 2 ft th daj ol Vprl Mil. at Miami. Dade "nun!. PI ir la, R. P. LEATHERMAN, ''ler Circuit Court, I >ade 1 "n 1 T> t v. i-' (Meal) B) : K M LYMAN, I leput) MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorne) for PI ilni llll Alnsle) Building .Miami 32, Florid %  1 %  > irl la -12-19 %  n Plaintiff's attorneys, FAUNCE. on the iiih da) of June. A.D 1961 FINK & FoltMAN. I5t>2 Congress Building: Miami 32, F'lorlda, and to file the original there d with the clerk of the above Co rl on or before iiv U'Hi das of June. 1961, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be eni againsl sou. DATED this tth das of Mas. 1961, K i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court Dade Count) Florida (seal) B> HELEN KESSLER Deput) Clerk :. 12-19-26, 6 2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 1813 EDWARD L. MORAN, Plaintiff. JOANNE M FRBELAND MORAN, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOANNE M. FRBELAND MORAN .'! %  ;'.. Merrhuut Street BairrO, Vermont You are hereby notified that a Bill %  %  I Complaint for Div tree has been filed usainst you. and you are rcquired to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the i:ui of Complain! on the plaintiff's Attorneys, RICHMOND Ai F'AUHKK. 1 Lincoln Koad Building, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or before the 12th das of June, 1961, ii sou fall to do so. Judgment b) default will be taken again r sun for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint This notice shall be published once each week for week In THE JEWISH l"l 1 RI! >IAN DONE AND l> ai Miami I 1 this 9th da) of M ty, A D E. B. LEA IERMAN I i-ir,. |it riil ml h'lorlda Dated tills 9th das ol Mas. A U. %  i; II LEATHERMAN, Clerk "I" Cii oi 1 o HI. Dude County, Florida iseal) II) : 1: M LEEI'ER, Deput) Clerk :. 12-19-26, 6 --? IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52681-A IN" RE: Estat \l.\ ..\ FORMAN KNOW LES 11,-. eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T* All Creditor.and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said : ite You are hereb) notified and required to present ans claimand demands Which sou mas has,against tinestat,ol AI.VIN FORMAN KNOWLES p~|nal [ >, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, tO the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their. if 1 Ices in the Count) Courthouse In Dads County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the lirst publication hereof, or the same ss 111 be be 11 ed. AINM.Ki: R. FERDIE, Administrator AINSLEE R. FERDIE Attorne) 1 782 w est Plagler Street Miami !" %  Florida : %  12-19-26, G 2 ".. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to "engage In the fictitious n 1 me 01 1'; ITT > MARKET at lUBjM N K ,; tl \ \i iam Florida ntei to tei %  %  1 ime ss.; 1 -. t h C ill Courl • Dad Count). IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No61C 957 JAMES II EDWARDS HARRIET BDW ARDS, I Plaintiffs, s > SYDBLL SINtlER, s..in,in. .•• al I ii felldalil .-. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE N"i iTh'i; is HEREBY Hl\ KN • rsiiant to a F'in ii 1 > %  %  • ure dati d April 27. 19-11, at I entered in 'ham erj 1 '.!> %  • No. 6 he 1 'ircult Couri %  : the >' %  %  %  I 1 'ircull In and for I • %  • • Count! rrIdii wherein JAMES 11 :i>WA I II A II R 1 K T ED VRI > HIS WIFE I'l In tiffn, and .-' SINOER, a slmtli w in in %  • 1 Defendants, I will sell tu -• ii -' %  • si ind best bl Ider frr .-ash H 1 ith fro nt door "i he I >ade Count; C >url li iuse in Miami, Dadi Coun PI irida ai 11 %  J M the 1 >-n .las of Mas. 1961, the following I cribed propert) as il forth In said ree. to-'.s 't l„.t 17, Block '. ol fiOLDEN GLADES PARK. FIRST ADDITION, aocordtna to the Plal there d, reci rd.-! i'i Plal Book 39, at SS of the Public Ri rd* ol Dade Count) Florida Hated this 8th la) if M I) 'II, K. B. LEATHERMAN, of Circuit Court Dade Count) Florida Iseal) 1 is N .1 TDKEL Deput) Clerk 5/12/61 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBS UIVEN li the undersigned, desli inn to 1 1 business un l< 1 1 he if SIRCALL TRAD1NO '• it Chamber of 1 % % %  iniii.'i'.'.' Buildli g, Mij 1 to resistei .id n ime • Ul the 1 llerk of t!-.. 1 %  • 1 • • %  'iinty, 1 AI N S %  'S \ 1 (1 %  .' 1' %  ;Z c A CDWA • XH'RR K\ 9. KLEIN An..'. ybold I I



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%  May 12. 1961 *Jewisti thrkilaun Page 11-B I Israel Congregation held its installation of officers at a it cocktail party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander fcoskovits. Officers installed for the coming year are (left :ht) Alexander C. Moskovits, treasurer; J. Jerry Schechter, Icent; Henry Groudan, secretary; Moses J. Grundwerg, [president. Eyes Cutbacks as Community ice Continues in Welfare Fields T'.al of 1593 families were 10 persons applying to the agency v Jewish Family and Child tor assistance in one of us varied ISs-rvice during the year 1960.' These programs, in addition to received aid I tne general category of Family number, 939 of these fashions: triage counseling, parent[c unsehng. adjustment couni'or individuals, information referral, reception and care Americans, service to outagencies, homemaker serj financial assistance, and famieducation. as a d reef result of the unity's failure to support jnd-raisir.g campaigns of the d Fund and Greater Miami sh Federation, both of which is a beneficiary, the agenbll have to reduce its Family Ice division by three profes)l staff members and two [aI positisns. means that the average "H nth waiting list in the clivi. U henceforth become even Service, include: and other facets of the Family and Children's Serbperation tor i960 were clisby Harold Tannen. presi.irini; the organization'.-. 41st meeting Sunday morning at |upont Plaza hotel. Tannen .lie 200 community leaders U i at the meeting that JFCS also discontinue its homeprogram — "there is no ir, the community" — and Irticipatior. in placement of anally disturbed children in land national institutions bei of the reduction in the agenJudget. itn said that any social wclIgency must count on an cve19-tOl0% increase in annual bl operation stemming from it.onal inflationary trend, lnirom United Fund and Fedeto a one-year term: has declined some from | and Alfred Swiren kh of S195.00O in 1958. This Vthat JFCS will actually be Iting on a 43 r ; cutback for the Jahead. and that "four out of tarns will have to be told 'no."' • Child care—foster home care, institutional placement, care of emotionally disturbed children j away from home, service to unwed parents, and adoption placement. • Services for Older People — informational and referral service, family counseling, individual adjustment counseling, aid in selecting and using types of living facilities, private residential care, homemaker service, financial assistance, friendly visiting, and group education. Dr. Robert B. Lawson, professor and chairman of the department of pediatrics at the University of Miami medical school, was guest speaker. Joseph Gassen acted as chairman of the annual meeting. Invocation was by Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation. Leon Fisher, executive director of the agency, presented his report following his "first 100 days in office." Fisher assumed his duties here some three months ago. Bernard B. Weksler served as chairman of the nominating committee, which offered the following slate. Reelected for three-year terms, expiring in 1964: Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Dr. Melvin L. Becker. Alvin Cassel, James R. Katzman. Robert Kohn, Irvin Korach, Maurice Pavlow. Mrs. Harold Rand. Harold Thurman. Reelected to a threeyear term, expiring in 1964: Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin. Elected to JWB Section Picks Miamians By Special Report "*TLA*TA —'David s Goldberg, of Charleston. S.C., was named president of the National Jewish Welfare Board's Southern Section as delegates from 11 Southern states concluded a three-day conference held jointiy here with JWB's Armed Services Division, Region III. He succi eded Meyer L. Balser, ol Atla Two Greater Miamians were also named to occupy Section offices. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, was elected president-elect. A. Budd Cutler, newlyelected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, was elected a vice president of the Southern Section. Mrs. George Simon, of Miami, was named to the governing board. Mrs. Sirkin and Cutler will also serve as Jewish Center Division representatives. Fcrmer law partner of Gov. E. F. Hollings. of South Carolina, Goldberg has been active in Jewish community life in Charleston for many years. He is a past president of the Charleston Jewish Community Center, a member of the Jewish War Veterans, and Dan Lodge. B'nai B'rith. Goldberg had served as vice president of the Southern Section from 1955 to 1959. He is a member of JWB Associates and Presidents Club-JWB. At Flagler-Granada School are top to bottom (left to right) Natalie Segal, Jackie Levine, Johnny Fox, Ronald Swichkow, Penny Kriptel, Stephen Cohen, William Whitman. Robert Lefkowitz, Bonnie Lee Birchansky, Robert Michael. Marsha Brown, Ronnie Segall, and Mrs. Max Rodman, teacher. Flagler School Now Registering Mrs. Louis Bush, chairman of ( Program is for nursery group, 3 : the preschool committee of Flagto 4 years; junior kindergarten, 4 ler-Granada Jewish Center, an-' nounces that registration for the fall term will be held on Monday i and Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, at Flagler-Granada. 50 NW 51 pi. There will be open house for parents and children on these clays. September will see the beginning of the sixth year since the school's inception. The school Is continuing its standing policy of small groups to provide maximum care and development of each child. to 5 years; ana reading readiness class, to 6. Flagler-Granada facilities include playground area and equipment, large airy room-, story-telling time, rhythms, dancing, and music. A bus provides transportation to and from school. Program i-; approved by the Dade County Board ot Public Instruction. Teachers are licensed and include Mrs. Arthur Golden. Mrs. Max Rodman and head teacher. Mrs. [ra Segal. Frank Files To Succeed Self BERNARD FRANK Mrs. Grossinger To be Hostess Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will host t h e annual Mother's Day party sponsored by the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for Aged, at Douglas Gardens on a two-vear term, ex-; Sunday. 2 p.m. piring in 1963: Mrs. Irving H. Fell. Mr.s. Morton Halpern. Elected Edgar Lewis, Committee included Alvin Cassel, James L. Mack, Mr.s. Leonard Beldner. Mrs. Eugene Katz. Mrs. Harold Rand, Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens. ms-Mtfc imw %  AY HAMOR ISIAN AroMd T1> Corwr I,.. -utmi" Mwn In the absence of new Auxiliary president. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, now on a world cruise, a message of welcome will be given by Mrs. Sol Silverman, honorary president. Irving Pietrack and his orchestra will give the afternoon concert, with Kay Harrison, soloist. Bernard A. (Berniei Frank, a former Miami Reach municipal Judge who is completing his third term as a councilman, was .sworn in officially as a candidate by city clerk William Johnson for the June 6 Miami Beach councilmanic election. A native Miamian. Frank has served on the council continuously since 1951. He is married to singer Marion Colby, who accompanied him to the city clerk's office for the filing ceremony. A graduate of Miami Beach High and the University of Miami law school. Frank served four years in the Army during World War II and saw overseas duty. During his decade as a councilman, Frank has been cited by a number of organizations "for his community leadership and service." He holds awards from the PTA, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Hebrew Academy, President's Council, and the Miami Beach Democratic Club. "If Miami Beach is to continue to move forward, responsible, experienced leaders are essential," he declared, pointing out that "durum the past 10 years, Miami Beach residents have enjoyed a maximum of municipal services at the lowest tax rate of any Dade municipality." He has named Joseph Gardner, who directed campaigns for Harold Spaet and Marcie Liberman, as ; his campaign manager. Corsages and gifts will be presented to all mothers, and refreshcouncil leadership w h i c h ments will be serve. guided Miami Beach to i Mrs. Louis Makovsky Is program Frank pledged "to continue the has place as one of the world's leading rechairman. sort centers. Southwest Ladies Planning Donor Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood will hold a dinner and danco Sunday evening at the Algiers hotel. Chairmen are Mrs. Howard ('.inland and Mrs. Ben Weizenthal. Rabbi Maurice Klein will give the invocation, and Mrs. Maurice Klein will give the benediction at the donor affair Proceeds will go toward the building fund and maintenance of the syna.gogue. according to Mrs. Alan Bomstein, president of Sisterihood. HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CAT II lit Irtm hon W'oeuvr.i to a cempltf ••* r W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 9-79W kinder the) Supervision of the Beth Din of Greater Miami HOUSI WEDDINGS IAI MITZVAHS RtWTIOfiS Exclusively at the evi lie MOTH • POOLS • CABANAS Fun & Sun All Summer Long Want to get away from the house, and into the exciting whirl of hotel life? Become a SEVILLIAN, join our Cabana Club. From $85 per person Now to Nov. 1 FOR INFORMATION CALL Mr. DON it 2-2511 OCEANFRONT 29th t* 30th STREETS • MIAMI BEACH V. rc> \m



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iday. May 12. 1961 +Jew Is* ncrkf/an Page 7-A NAT POLLACK \Dep't. Disputes \N. Y. on Boycott Continued rrom Fage 1-A bnuch larger number of Ameritan vessels have slopped at ls|i. ci ports and have not been put r the blacklist." The Department said in its reuttal that "American firms which I commodities are not subject '.he provisions of the Arab boyArab boycott regulations r< not applied against persons or i tanies because they are Jew\'r. but rather because they do busiPSS with Israel ... No departB< .: or agency of the U.S. Govi nment has sanctioned, through pntractual language or otherwise. 6-11.minatory ship charters barlb American Hag vessels touchh>. at Israel ports from carrying pi:.of surplus American agricultucommodities to Arab counpes ." [The State Departmeni meanI charged that the "Israel |<\ernnient has included a clause its Title 1 Public Law 480 cargo tarter contracts which forbids the I Hurting vessel to sail in Arab fitters or call at Arab ports prior discharge." Mr. Hays said that the United |1. :cs neither condoned nor reeog% %  < d the Arab boycott. "As soverstates, the Arab nations asrl that they are entitled to esIblish rules and regulations that i '.scribe dealings with any individuals or firms in accordance with • I I hey deem to be in the interkts of their national security," hi S'ate Department official pointd out. 'In the absence of a definitive I settlement between Israel and I the Arab states, including a setACHES AND PAINS TRADE-IN PLAN We'll ttli* your tired ichinf body tnd replace il with • healthier. stronger one that will make you feel yean youngerl THE NEW TREASURE KEY SPA featuring the world's largest therapeutic salt water pool Message including use of sleam room, gym and swimming pool Nat Pollack Named Beth David Exec; Will Take Up Duties on May 15 Appointment of Nat Pollack to officers and civilians, administerthe position of executive director ing financial programs, and deof Beth David Synagogue was anveloping top-level budget and fiscal nounced this week by Rahbi Nor-! policies, man N. Shapiro, spiritual leader., and Sidney Aronovitz, president of \ the congregation. Pollack will take over his duties on May 15. The new director was previously employed for SIX years as comptroller and Office manager of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, central fund-raising community-planning agency. For ssveral years. Pollack worked with the U.S. Treasury Department as an Internal Revenue agent. He also spsnt some time in the teaching profession at secondary and college levels, holding a graduate teacher's certificate in the states of Florida and New York. Pollack's education included intensive studies in both religion and finance. He received a Master's degree at Columbia University | with major work in business education, and has a Bachelor's dej gree in Business Administration at I St. Johns University of New York. He is also a graduate of Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin of Brooklyn, j NY., and attended the Mesuita Torah Vodaath in Brooklyn. In 1953. he visited the State of Israel. Pollack advanced from private to lieutenant colonel in the U.S. i Air Force and saw active service ; in World War II and Korea. As; comptroller in the U.S. A:r Force, he was in full chargeol some 40 A Miami resident since 1W2, Pollack has been active in local civic, religious, and educational programs. He is a life member of the Amvets Organization, and is affiliated with the U.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Assn, and other professional groups. The new synagogue executive lives at 8600 SW 20 at, Miami, wiih Ins wife, Annette, and their four children. Rita. 16: Adrian. 11; Leon, 13; and Harvey. 5. Rita will graduate this mon'h from the Hebrew High School of Iho Bureau of Jewish Education. Adrian and Leon attend the Hebrew Academ) on Miami Beach. Jessica Hurwitz In Second Place Jessica, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. B. Leon Hurwitz. who was lirst place winner in the regional Bible contest, placed second in the national finals in New York on Apr 30. Che will graduate from the Cen tral Hebrew High School of the Bureau at exercises to be held Tuesday evening, May 23, at the Di Lido hotel. Also participating in the nationa finals was Carole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. David Goldberg. Sponsoring the contest were the Bureau of Jewish Education of! Greater Miami, the department of; education and culture ol the Amen-1 can Zionist Council, and the Israel, Bible Society. Winning art objects submitted '. in the Bureau's annual essay-art \ i contest will be displayed at the May 23 meeting. tlement of the plight of the Arab refugees, the boycott and similar problems continue to manifest themselves," he declared. Sen. Keating, commenting on the Department's new expression, said that "the Department has taken virtually no action to defend the rights of American citizens or ol international justice" on the Aral blockade and boycott problems. The Senator said Arab discrimi nation affected not only the State of Israel but also American citi sens and that the boycott is a "shocking travesty of the princi pies of co-existence which the Arab states themselves preach.'' only '5.TREASURE KEY 1 block south of Bonfire Restaurant on Tieasure Island off 79th Steel Causeway 1735 North Treasure Drift PHONE UN 50441 ... _wi Kalik Named Manager Albert J ("Abe") Kahk, former : owner and manager ol the Tray! more hotel, has been appointed general manager of the Cadillac. Miami Beach. Kalik has been known in South Florida hotel circles for over a decade, and is already instituting additions to the Cadillac's "summer fun" program. TERMITE TROUBLE? 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Friday. May 12. 1961 f fof/cf ffrw kHt un Page 3-B Miami Hadassah Groups Planning Officer Induction Donor luncheon at the Temple Menorah Social Center last week is declared a success by Mrs. Ben Blumer. chairman cf the function in behalf of the Sisterhood. Left to riaht are Mrs. Al Mechlowitz, outqoing president; Mrs. Ray Morse, incoming president; Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz, life member; Mrs. Maurice Revitz, life membership chairman; and Mrs. Lcw;ence Weston, ways and means chairman. Beach Hadassah Donor Luncheon Nine constituent groups of Miami chapter of Hadassah will hold installation* throughout May and June. Miami chapter will hold its sixth annual installation al Miami Springs Villas Playhouse on Tuesday. May 23. at an 11 a.m. smorgasbord brunch. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, past president of the Florida region of Hadassah, will install Me^dames Leonard Wolpe, president; Harold Abbott. Norman Chasin, Samuel Frommer. Bernard Kramarsky. and Joseph Milton, vice presidents: Harry Tavss. treasurer; J. Martin Fi-hman, financial secretary; Albert Garwood. recording secretary; Jacob Bornestein. corresponding secretary; and Edward Sohen. membership secretary. Tikvah group new officers. Mrs. Seymour Silverman president, were to be installed by Mrs. Irwin Liss on Thursday evening. May 11, at the Riviera restaurant. • Torah group n e w pre-idcnt is Mrs. Max Swartz. She and her officers will be inducted, with Mrs Irwin Liss officiating, at a luncheon .Monday at Miami Springs Villas. •• Albert Einstein group installation w. Miami Beach chapter of Hadas%  : ;having its Bar Mitzvah doncr luncheon Monday noon at the Americana hotel. Mi nibers who have contributed Id the new Medical Center in Ein Karen, the Youth Aliyah project which has admitted the 100.000th child, the Henrietta Szold celebration, or the vocational education irogram.as well as members who !.a\e purchased eye banks, trees. cr supported the calender year ;' %  k. are invited. Irving lehrman, spiritual • r of Temple Emanu El, will stall Miss Lillian Goodman, president; honorary vice presidents .idvisory council. Me~dames ti Sirkin. Arnold Perlstein, Samuel Z. Sakrais, Oscar S. Sm(tll. Joseph Shapiro and Fred Jonas; treasurer. Mrs. Joseph Sugerman; auditor. Mrs. Harry Platoff; secretaries. Mesdames Ira Krivitzin, Charles Gertler. Morris Lencer. and Jack Katzman; and parliamentarian, Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink. Trustees are Mesdames Morris Alpert, Ellis Amdur, Jack Davis, Betty Feurer, Meyer Golden, Harold Melnick. Samuel T. Sapiro. Joseph Shawmut, Irving We-tin and Max Weitz. A dramatic interpreta;:on entitled "One Day—Thirteen Years Ago," written and directed by Mrs. Gershon Miller, will be presented. The east includes Rose Fntcher, Balfouria Gilad. Susan Stadler and Esther Barett. Mrs. Anne Melnick is in charge of arrangements. ^cm >^Jsracl v— roncjrccjcttion >-.//. i/lij invites yon ro attend +Z5c/cr J or a It JLjediccxtiott ircsoi/ci/ 0W ^yVlr. Jacob (— ronett III III.I1IOII %  u cf his beloved wife ^Uora C-^o/i Sunday, May 14, 1961 711 -40th Street • 5:00 P.M. No solicitation cf funds % % \ L LADIES!! \ •^ D< your furnitur. refl.ct its full potential? There's 3 MAGICIAN in tha neighborhood who tin being out ^ iff true elegance with stylo end durability. We cn chango your light woods into beautiful Mahogany, Stylish fruitwood. Traditional cherry, etc. — You will be delighted with the results and amaied at the low prices. Also expert Upholstery done in All Fabrics. MARSICAIMO BROS. 7345 S.W. 8th ST. CA 1-8219 ceremonies will. be conducted byMrs. A. Arthur P-ckelner at a luncheon Monday at Hurricane Harbor Lounge. So. Miami. Mrs. .Seymour Baron is new president. % %  a Menorah group will meet Monday, 11 a.m.. at the home ol Mrs. Bernard Stevens, 6190 Montgomery dr.. So. Miami. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz will install Mrs. Samuel Tinter. new president., and her officers. Naomi group will have Mrs. Soltz induct the new slate of officers, including Mrs. Haskell Liberman. president, at the Biscayne Terrace hotel Monday al 8:30 p.m. Aviva group will lunch Monday at the Luau. Sirs. Alan Michaelson, incoming president, and new officers will be installed by Mrs. Soltz Mt. Scopes group luncheon meeiir. i: at Biscayne Terrace hotel Wednesday will include installation Ol Mrs. Morns LauretZ, president, with Mrs. Soltz also presiding. • Chai group new officers, headed by Mrs. William Parker, will be inducted at the Thunderbird motel Monday. May 22, at 8:30 p.m.. with Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz conducting the ceremonies. Chaim Weizman group president, Mrs. Rose E. Hurwitz. will be installed for her second term as president by Miss Fannie Lfrvitt, Sunday. June 4. 6 p.m.. in thclGarden restaurant. Shcshona Aviva Junior Hadassah had installation ceremony Sunday, May 7. at the home of Miss Rona Steinberg. Mrs. Alvin Burger inducted Miss Esther Ehrcns for her second term as president. Junior Hadassah is open to girls Irom 17 to 25. Pioneer Women Rescue Party Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women will sponsor a ChildRescue party on Tuesday. 8 p.m., in the Algiers hotel. A "Fashion Tour to Israel" has been arranged by Mrs. Bernard WiedCr. Fashions will be COlirtesj ol "First Lady." with Mrs. Harriet Wishner as commentator Muriel Ram will present a musical program. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, chairman of the nominating committee, will present the slate of officers for the coming year, and election of officers will take place. Social hour follows. Jofib fc/rdbiA. 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iTewislli Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 19 Miami, Florida, Friday, May 12, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20 1 .' Hitler's Friend and Aide, Martin Bormann, Reported Alive JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire TEL AVIV —Martin Bormann. Hitler's deputy who was at first believed to have been killed in Berlin in 1945. but was later reported to have escaped to South America. [was in Argentina when Adolf Eichmann was captured there last year, a former Argentine diplomat said here I Tuesday. The diplomat, Dr. Gregario Topolevsky. the former Argentine Ambassador to Israel, told a news conference Hint Bormann. who was living in Argentina under another name, fled to Brazil when he heard about Eiclimann's Capture in May last year. Argentine police knew that Bormann was in the country, according to Dr. Topolevsky, who added that if Israel had asked for Eichmann's extradition through diplomatic channels he would have fled, the country. The former diplomat said that Argentine authorities also knew of the presence in the country of Dr. Josef Mcngele. the Auschwitz physician who selected victims tor the gas chambers. He said Mer.^ele disappear* when he heard ;hat West German authorities wire looking for him. Dr. Topolevsky said that there were several Nazi cells in Ar t ; na. and that many of them had transferred large sums of money from Switzerland. The German Government has '"positive evidence" that Bormann is alive and hiding "somewhere outside Germany," according to Dr. Fritz Bauer, the State Pro-^cu tor of Frankfurt, it was reported this week in that city. Dr. Barer, who is conducting a widespread search for Nazi war criminals, said he has "virtually certain proof" that Bormar.n is alive. The prosecutor is trying to ice a number ;: Nazi war criminals, some of them :.;h past activities to tiu case of Ado!* Eichmann Israel Cabinet OK's Immunity 6-5 For Eichmann Witnesses to Show By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—The Government's decision to grant immunity from arrest for two ex-Nazis wanted by the Adolf Eichmann defense as witnesses sa.ueezed through Sunday's cabinet meeting narrowly by a vote of 6 to 5. it was revealed here Tuesday, two men whom Attorney PRO/. SOLOMON HPTZIrJ ."commit harokiri" Toynbee Has New Shocker The General Gidecn Hausner. chiel ; prosecutor in the Eichmann trial, promised immunity are Dr. Wil i helm Hoettl. former major in the I Gestapo, and Walter Huppenkoth| en, former functionary in the Gestapo offices. Dr. Robert Servatius, chief of the Eichmann defense. though Mr. Hausner assured the cabinet that there is no record of direct involvement by the two men in the program for the annihilation of European Jewry, the five insisted that Since Hoettl and Hupper.kothen were officers in the Hitler Elite Guard SS, had requested they be given imj they are "automatically" sub] munity so that they might come 1 here to testify on Eichmann's be; half. PHILADELPHIA — (JTA) — Ar-I nold J. Toynbee, the British his-j torian, in an address here Sunday | nisht, equated Zionism and anti-i Semitism as representing "an iden-; tical point of view" and that anti-l Semitism will end and Judaism become "one of the great spiritual! possessions of the wnole human I race" when Jews and non-Jews' 'abondon" their ethnic or national; reservations" about Jews. Jew1 ish leaders immediately took issue with his views charging him with I making "distorted statements." Dr. Toynbee made his statement as the principal speaker at the dinner of the 17th annual confer-i ence of the anti-Zionist American luncil for Judaism. Both Zionism and anti-Semitism, he de-: I iied. assume "that it is impossible for Jews and non-Jews to mow together into a single community and that, therefore, a phy1 >ical separation is the only way It." "The watchword of anti-Semi-1 in.' Dr. Toynbee continued, "is ack to me.lieval apartheid;' the. atchword of Zionism is 'back to medieval ghetto." All the farContinued on Page 9-A When the issue came before the cabinet meeting, five of the ministers voted ?.iainst the immunity proposal "on both emotional and legal grounds." Alject to prosecution in Israel under the same Israeli law which is the basis for Eichmann's indictment. These who voted against immunity for the ex Nazis are MinContinued on Pag* 10-A Ex Nazis in Firm Declaration They Have 'Nothing to Hide' DUDERICH. West Germany—(JTA>—Eberhard von Thadden, the 51-year-old former Nazi Foreign Ministry official whose testimony will be sought on behalf of Adolf Eichmann. told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency this week that he was ready to testify before West German authorities. "I have nothing to hide." he said, I %  but refused to give further inforState Department Takes Issue With N.Y. on Arab Boycott WASHINGTON—(JTA)—The State Department expressed this week disapproval of Arab blockade and boycott practices but linked the Arab tactics with "the plight of the Arab refugees" and charged that the New York State Legislature, in a recent resolution, sought to portray the Arab blockade as 'more discriminatory than it actually is." mation except that he had talked with Eichmann's chief defense counsel, Dr. Robert Servatius, only once and then by telephone. Von Thadden is one of four former Nazis whom the three man court hearing the Eichmann trial agreed to accept as defense witnesses on the basis of testimony before the West German courts with the provision that Israeli representatives would be present for such hearings. The others are Max Mcrten, one-time Nazi millFriedland Will Be Installed; Citations Set Joy and solemnity will keynote the celebration of Israel's 13th an niversary by the Miami Jewish iary governor of Salonika. Greece; community on Wednesday evening former Nazi Major Herman Kruat the Israel Bond Bar Mltzvah Brooke Hays. Assistant Secretary of State, made known that he was speaking "for the Secretary of State" in an official letter to Sen. Kenneth Keating, of New York. Mr. Hays said that resolution number 131. adopted in Albany by the New York State Senate and Assembly, calling for American action against Arab discrimination, contained "several statements which imply erroneously aequiscence by U.S. Government agencies and which tend to portray the boycott as more discriminatory than it actually is." Mr. Hays made known that the Department had prepared a detailed rebuttal of the New York State anti-boycott resolution. This rebuttal minimized the Arab blacklist, Stating that it applied mainly to vessels carrying war material to Israel, that there were only about 25 American flag ships now on the blacklist, and that "a Continued on Page 7-A mey. an aide of Eichmann; and Dr. Franz Six. a Nazi officer in occupied Russia. Merten said in Berlin that he could prcve who gave the orders to exterminate Jews during the Nazi regime but that he intended to give the name only during legal interrogation. He said he could not really be considered a witness for the defense because all that he would be ab'e to tesfify was that—on the basis of his experience in Salonika — Eichmann always obtained backing from higher agencies fcr the measures planned against the Jews. The United Press International Continued on Page 16 A and inaugural dinner in the Fo.itainebleau hotel. Dinner chairman is Maurice Revitz. The occasion will also mark the formal ins allation of Samuel Friedland as chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee and his campaign cabinet. Coming to Miami to serve as guest speaker at the event will be Justice William 0. Douglas of the L'nted States Supreme Court. To be installed with Friedland are: Continued on Page 2-A Federation Announces $1,375,000 for CJA SEE EDITORIAL COMMENT PACE 4-A The 1961 Combined Jewish Ap Peal has r Lsed $1,375,000 for the support of its 57 local, national and overseas beneficiaries, it was announced Monday by Joseph M. lipton, general campaign chairman, at a final report meeting in the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Addressing some 200 campaign leaders, Lipton said that nearly 15.000 Dade county residents contributed to the CJA drive, which ia hoid annually to finance health. welfare and social services here. Although the total raised is below the campaign of 1960. Lipton pointed to a brighter picture in cash collections during 1960. "Pledge payments on unpaid balances were the second best in our entire history, ard the first four months of this year have surpassed even that result by a very considerable margin," Lipton said. General economic conditions were among factors responsible 'for the lag in the campaign, particularly the serious slow-up in such basic industries as construe! tion and real estal ComJ peting fund-raising cam [ni which divert leaders! p, i inteers 'and gift dollars, also pla.; •*.' i this year's CJA drive, ace* "ding to Lipton. Miami's agencies, wl Ich look to j CJA for their operating funds, have already been alerted to exContinued on Page 6-A SAMUEL fRIEDLAND committee chairman J.



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ABEL GROVE the m ovnan s 'WorU wt? happy reunion at the B'nai B'rith Women's convention held ktlv at the Carillon hotel brought together Ions, long-time Ids Belle (Mrs. Isaac) Levin and Judge Lenore D. Underwood. }e Municipal Court of San Francisco Judge Underwood the organizer and first president of the Supreme Council of |i B'rith Women, and Mrs. Levin was with her in Washington. when that historic event took place, and they have kept in |h with one another ever since Although Belle lends her liderable talents to many organizations — National Council Bewish Women and Women's Auxiliarv of Mt. Sinai Hospital to He a few — she always keeps a special place in her heart for %  Women because her late husband was president of the Fifth %  i.. BB. • H( I Although he will be 76. his sons think David Jacobson is the Hit forward-looking person they know, sc his birthday cake Hdle will be in the shape of the Mercury missile Celebration %  her will be Friday at the Famous restaurant Here for the Basic are Alice and Owen Jordan, from New York, joining Hthcr Charles Jacobson and wife. Ruth Guest of honor, Hiil. and wife, Belle, live at H518 Michigan ave. Two grandidren are Sammy Lynne Jordan. 14. and Tob> Jordan. 7 The many celebrities in our midst being entertained by our %  al gentry Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick honoring Justice HIKIP: O. Douglas and Mrs. Douglas at a reception May 17 in |ir home, 5150 N. Bay rd. This weekend the Popicks. with jfhter Hicki. are going tc Gainesville for Parents Weekend Da\id is going into his senior year at University fff Florida ... I Molly Picon, who will be starring in 'A Majority of One"' at H Coconut Grove Playhouse next week, will be guest of honor at HVocktail party given by Mr .and Mrs. Sheldon Kay at their Hie 251 Shore dr. E.. in Bay Heights. Sunday, the 21st. for Burof Lebanon Hospital. • *•*, I Florence Kutzin, concert pianist, hosted a dinner party last Hda\ to celebrate the birthday of Joan Field, internationallylivn violinist Among the guests was Jean Bedetti. retired Ht cellist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and wife, MadeH. ulking about plans they have made to return to their native ri> '.his summer Judy and Dave Drucker. Loretta de Young, list. Mr. and Mrs. John Marks. Al Reskin. j tan 5 husband and Isell a violinist with the University of Miami Symphony, and le Chanton. patroness of the arts With all that talent around, %  do you suppose everyone did? They taike-.i and ate. and ate and talked Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood and Men's Club are hostIthe Oneg Shabbat after Friday evening service? in tribute to )bi Maurice Klein and his wife. Sarah Mi. and Mrs. Robert Fitch Smith entertaining out-of-town Mirecently at King Arthur's Court Smith, a Miami resilor 30 years, is a nationally-known architect. [Mot shipboard friendships, like summer romance, rarely bin 15 coupies who met on the •"Atlantic" last October and (jyed one another's company during the Mediterranean cruise. been meeting regularly ever since Sixth get-together was 28 at the home of Eli and Fran Meltzer. 535 W. 30 st. |ame a double celebration when Milton Coleman's wife revealed it was his birthday ... A surprise guest was Dr. Blumer. s physician, who had just returned from a similar cruise on 'Independence" Needless to say. much of the conversation rted with "Do you remember," Other loval shipmates are Kushins, the Joseph Liptons. Dr. and Mrs Milton Jaccbson. I Milton Sugars. Dr. and Mrs. Baransik. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert %  .ernter. Miss Frances Lipinsky. the Lou Kenins, and Meyer and Btty Friedman, who were the cha-cha champs of the ship Exchanging canasta cards for bait is the "Friday Club" on %  way to a four-day fishing trip in Marathon Daring sportspnen are Mrs. Daniel (Helen) Sepler, Ruth (Mrs Herb) Gutman. uie iMrs. Al) Chisling. Mrs. Otto (Harriet) Fenias. and Mrs. |ymor.d (Lib Feitier. who was just installed as vice president of Woman's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital Writing from Rockingham Park, Salem Depot. N.H.. Mrs. lian Perlman seems to be having a run of bad luck Says le horses, even with inside information, are worse than the :k market" Expects to be back in the "warmth" of Florida May 17. %  Birlhdaze: Kappy news going to Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ichioll. of Tel Aviv," Israel, and the Bernard Galperts, Norrisfn, Pa. Grandson Glenn Yaron. born May 4 to Esther and fi Kay. joining sister Mona Ariela. 2 Rev. Abraham Seif ^s to officiate at the bris May 11 in the new arrival's home, 1221 175 at., No. Miami Beach Fust-time grandparents. Lee and Lou Goldman .of Granada (rd.. showering month-old Beth Sharon with attention Little here from New York with her mother. Mrs. Riciiard (Eileen) Icun Storks poised in the air. blue and pink color scheme, center|Ce which was a crib filled with flowers, and a large bassinet ling gifts for the mother-to-be. at the baby shower given by Ibel (Mrs. Ben) Bildner in her beautiful Sky Lake home recently friend Alice (Mrs. Harvey) Sherman, of Bar-B-Que Heaven renty guests were determined that the little chick, which is pected in July, will never lack for blankets, gowns, kimonas. lips, or even a carry-all car bed And the parents have proled a brother, Stephen. 14. -Mrs. Nathan Glover, of 42 Samana dr.. mighty proud cf brotr Siegfried Landau, musical director of the Brooklyn Philrmonic He will lead this summer's Stadium Concerts in W York during the week of July 10 And he was recently pointed musical director of the Chattanooga Opera Assn. Mrs. Frieda Salit, of the Fillard apt. hotel, is returning to fael alter an absence of 23 years Since she lived in Tel Aviv several years, there are many friends she is anxious to see. in order to see them all, as well as note the manv changes It have taken place there, she has set no date for her return -Mrs. Sol M. (Gladys) Cohen, known in the community for her ^rk with the blind, now vice president of the National Braille lb. is attending that organization's national conference in Chifeo at the Hilton hotel She is chairman of a workshop on [reparation of Braille Materials of Textbooks for Secondary and liege Levels." j- Mrs. Leo Ackerman has just returned on the SS Liberte from Jour of several European countries Her many friends will be happy to learn that Mrs. Albert E. fcenthal is improving steadily alter major surgery at Mt. Sinai TPital in New York ... Dr. Roscnthal hopes to bring his wife Me to 845 Venetian Way very soon. "dewish Floridlian Miami, Florida, Friday, May 12, 1961 Section B Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, installed Mrs. Sidney Lewis (seated second from left) as president and seven division presidents at a luncheon Wednesday at the Algiers hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Harry Orleans, Bay Division; Mrs. Joseph Klein, Indian Creek Division; Mrs. Jack Chanin, Lincoln Division. Top row are Mrs. Irving Miller, Island Division; Mrs. Harold Zeeman, Biscayne Division; Mrs. William Altman, Shores Division; and Mrs. Bernard Yessner, Sunset Division. Evening Division installed its officers at a separate ceremony at the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg and Mrs. Howard Grove planned the program for the afternoon. Mrs. Aaron Farr, national board member of NCJW, was the installing officer. Mrs. Samuel Gerrman gave the invocation. Aged Home Will Honor Volunteers Jewish Home for the Aged cf Greater Miami will honor 40 volunteers of the National Council of Jewish Women at its annual "recognition coffee" on Monday at the Home. Tribute will be paid to Council volunteers ••for the exceptional services they render to the residents cf the Home throughout the year." The Home's volunteer service program, under the direction ol a trained groupwork supervisor, has received national recognition as one of the outstanding programs in a home for the aged. "This marks the sixth consecutive year of an unusually fine cooperative relationship between the NCJW and the Home," according to officials here. Volunteers conduct more than 15 different group acFlamingo Chapter Installs Officers Flamingo chapter B'nai B'rith Women, held its installation dinner and dance at the Garden restaurant Apr. 23. Mrs. Alfred Scher was installed as president. Serving with her are: Mesdames Harold Feldman. Matthew Nestler. Hymen Klein, vice presidents; Lee Forman. treasurer: Richard Stiller, financial secretary; Albert Olifant. recording secretary; Paul Weintraub. corresponding secretary; Louis Bard. guardian; Morris Zatlyn, historian; William Schwartz-nan, councilor; trustees. David Sherper, Theadore Robinson, Lyle Erblich and William Schwartzman. Mrs. Alfred Reich, vice president of the district, installed the officers, and Mrs. Lyle Erblich was installation chairman. tivities and friendly visiting with residents. A record of more than 3.500 combined hours of service was scored by volunteers to the Home in 1960. At the "recognition coffee." leaders of the Council, including its president. Mrs. Sidney Lewis, vice president of service. Mrs. Florence Comanor. and division chairmen will share with the Home in honoring volunteers. These are Mesdames Ella Abbott. Sunny Allen, Lillian Barshop. Ida Benewitz, Molly Bogdish. Charlotte Campbell, Sarah Caplan. Dolores Courshon. Tessie Dorfman. Diane Fierer, Jean Fleischman. Ruth Greenblatt. Rose Gordon. Syd Grodensky, Jennie Harrison, Ann Hurwitt, Ethel Harrow. Carrie Isaacs. Rose Janshaw. Blanche Karpf. Edith Kurtzman. Molhe Kauffmann. Mesdames Anna Levin. Ceil Lipkin, Yetta London. Sally Manne, Mollie Manoil. Dee Marden, Joe May. Nannette Mayer. Sonia Myers. Mary Morgan. Hattio Newmar.. Rose Rosenblatt. Ruth RosenStruch, Sadie Rucckhaus. Ann Schwartz. Marguerite Siegal. Leah Silverman. Adeline Solovey. Elizabeth Spector. Esther Spielberger, Bess Steinberg, Lily Stone. Clara Trifield. Sally Zimmerman. Mrs. Jean Rhyon. chairman of the senior citizen program at the Home during the past year, v ill preside over the meet'ng and relinquish her responsibilities to the new chairman. Mrs. Marguerite Siegal. The Home will give special recognition to Mrs. Rhyon "for her fine Council leadership to the volunteer program." The Home is a major beneficiary a [ency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the I: Fund. MRS. DAVID GOLDBERG Judea Sisterhood Installation Set Sisterhod of Temple Judea installation will be held on W< day evening. May 24. with Mrs. Sam Silver .iinstalling officer. New officers are Mesdames David Goldberg, president; Leonard Kalish, David Shubow, S. W. Laager, Abraham Stein, Hy Li ra Freidman, and Charles Rosen berg, vice presidents; Pauline Ls vick, treasurer; Sam Silver, finan cial secretary; Helen D. Cohen recording secretary; Sidney Ja cobs and Harold Barkowitz respon ling se leetaries-; Irving Phil an I Maun. nentarian and < a


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May 12. 1961 *J&nicrs in a green loilage gar*rt sidenl of the Biscayne ;on. Mrs. Harold Zeeman, (re a green and white eyelctte. iped with a high crowned pen hat covered with small lite flowers. A print in tones -hades of blue, worn with a it hat, was the choice of Mr--. ry Orleans, president of the 8 vision, From Sunset, Mrs. |n ard Yesner wore a striking i and coral ensemble. roln Division president, Mis. ick Chanin, selected a white Irtwaist with pink embroidery, pr small white hat was of firled .-ilk organza. .Mrs. wil|iv, Altman. president of Shores (vision, chose an orange shercolored ensemble winch fea%  1 the slit skirl over the leath. Mrs. Joseph Klein, installed %  (lent ot the Indian Creek -;cn. selected black and < %  for her colors. Her bodice clucked gingham, and her % %  silk organza skirl featured • o! the gingham. The silk organza was repeated or hat. Islands Division preset ;t. Mrs. Irving Miller, wore a '.n linen sheath. Her Ii iw hai was covered with large roses, and then recovered ENJOY LIFE K AX SWIM PFSI at (WARM MINERAL SPRINGS Fnmoui health spa. warm 87'. 'thful. clear mineral water. Injy beach and beautiful gardens. STAY AT WARM MINERAL SPRINGS MOTEl D nze winning, ultra-modern, efficiency Apartments. Golf. Fishing, Snuff leboard. LOW SEASONAL RATE For information write: WARM MINERAL SPRINGS MOTEL PO. BOX 1594-M Venice, Florida Telephone 2-4291 with filmsy green nylon tulle. National vice president. Mrs Stanley C. Myers, wore a carmen red moygashel linen featuring a slightly lowered waistline, soft fullness over the hips, and tapered to a very tight hem line. A mint green silk linen sheath was the choice of Mrs. Sydney YVeintrauh. It was worn with a shocking pink straw hat, featuring a crown of straw lace. Mrs. William Brenner topped her turquoise silk print with a white sheer wool lace sweater that she had made. Mrs. Robert 1. Schwartz wore a two-piece beige linen ensemble. The bottom half of her overblouse was in a tangerine color, and her small pillbox hat was trimmed with matching colored flowers I AST Friday, the Women's Aux* %  iliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital held its installation luncheon at the Fontainehleau hotel Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. president, wore a stunning white peau de sole ensemble. Over the sheath was a waist-length Oriental s tyled jacket with a mosi unusual sleeve. Mrs. Edward Both, chairman of the day. chose a powder blue silk shantung ensemble with a Balenciaga styled jacket. Among the many striking ensembles seen at this luncheon was the oranci dress and hat worn by Mrs. Raymond Feiner. Another was the light brown linen choice ol Mrs. Alan Lorber. Program chairman, Mrs Harold Turk, was commentator for the Saks Filth Avenue show in one of their pink silk and cotton -nils She wore a small pink pillbox hat with it. Mrs. Yale Levinj son also chose pink for the day. Her dress was a very light pink, j as was her small hat trimmed in shocking pink. Coming directly to the luncheon from their duties at the hospital were Mrs. J. Bernard Spector and Mrs. Abe Schonield. Their outfits were their service forms. Mrs. lrvin Korach chose pink. Mrs. Mae Cache was in pink with a white hat, I :id Mrs. Alicia Adams chose toast color for her dress and hat. An imported white pique dress was worn by Mrs William Singi r, with a bright red hat. Mis. M, S. Kean was in a petal pink linen jacket dress. The neckline of the dress and jacket was trimmed with appliqued white chantilly lace, reembroidered with miniature rhinestone: and white cavier beads. Women's Auxiliary Sits-S-allation Due Alpha Omega Women's Auxiliary will have an installation luncheon Tuesday noon at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Mrs. Rae Graham, president il the Sisterhood of Temple Israel, will install the following officers: Mesdames Edmond Epstein, president; Kdwin Birns. first vice president; Jack Mishkin, second vice president: Elliot Gordon, parliamentarian; Morton Rosenblulh, corresponding secretary: Ira Rothfield, recording secretary. Mesdames Alfred Feinglass, treasurer; Bennit Lee, financial secretary; and Michael Matson, historian. Mrs. Alvin Krasnex is outgoing president. Donald Swartz, assistant principal of the English department of the Hebrew Academy, presents a trophy to the winners of the first oratorical contest sponsored by the Academy PTA. Left to riqht are Swartz, Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum, president of PTA, Mark Schrickman, winner of the Intermediate Group. Mrs. M. H. Rosenhou=:e, chairman of the contest, end Miriam Weiss, winner of the Junior High Group. Other winners were Ronald Berqman, Arlerie Greenberg, Robert Jacobson and Irene Malavsky. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, commended the PTA for initiating the contest. Chapter to Close Season North Shore chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will hold the linal meeting of this season on Tuesday. May 2:5 11:30 a.m., at the Lucerne hotel Luncheon and cards are on the agenda. Mrs. Richard Hecht, new ly-elected president, will conduct the meeting. Mrs. Weiss Will Be Entertained No business talk will be heard v hen the board of managers of the Dade County Council of Parentreadier Assns. meets at noon Friday in the Miami Women's Club. Function will be the annual luncheon honoring t h e outgoing president, Mrs. Milton Weiss. Mr-. C. C. Clifton, new president, is chairman. Members ol (he hoard ot managers include the executive board, standing committee chairmen, area coordinators and all local PTA president-. City of Hope Induction Stated City of Mope will install Officers Wednesday evening at the Deauville hotel. Installing officer will he Councilman Mclvin Richard, of Miami Beach. Incoming president is Mrs. Aron uni-| Tubin. Secretaries are Mesdames also 1 Mitchell Heyman, Max Amherw i/. and Ben Linde. On May 21, the Miami Beach chapter will hold its donor dinner and dance i' the Deauville. City ol Hope, national, free and non-sectarian, is engaged in patient care, research, an.i medical education in earner, leukemia, heart disease, and related chest ailments. Sisterhood Committee Meets Newly-elected officers of the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI executive committee met at the home of Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president, on Tuesday for a luncheon conference to formulate plans and policies lor the organization's program in 19GJSftcichzing in Forma Ij Cr>c\;aI Goum* and Bridal A'.lire PARSONS 3410 CORAL WAY Ope n Monday Nitt 'Til 9 U3r the League maintains at Mt. 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Page 2-B Jen litFhridlian Friday. May 12 1961 SHOPPING AROUND WITH \ldd\^mo Here's Duffy Mott one name I to grow strong and healthy with you should • Clapp's Baby and Junior Foods, have on your shopping "list tor ShaAll cereals, puddings. juices, fruits vuoth and every shopping day— and vegetable soup are Kosher. Duffy Mott. For the name Duffy Enjoy Duff Mott products throughMott distinguishes a variety of proout the year and make your meals ducts that are by-words in millions more enjoyable, of households throughout the coun1 try. lain. wood, and tile clean and bright. Ajax wipes away grease anc dirt like magic. It is so efficient that it is even good for pots and pans and other kitchen uten-i sils. Use Fab for your regular heavy duty laundry. It rinses away dirt and spots easily and rapidly and makes >our clothes smell wonderfully good. Vl is just right for all your dishes and silverware and glassware — no soaking and washing for hours. Your dishes will come I out bright and clean in a jiffyAnd. incidentally, Vel is also good for washing your delicate things such as underwear and lingerie. Sauce, made of the finest apples in the country without any sugar added. It is pure applesauce, wonderful with fowl, potato pancakes, fritters, and a variety of other things, especially with "latkes." Mott s A M and Motfs P M should always bo in your home. And use liquid Vel. for instant Ajax-Fab-Vel With the coming of Shavouth. One such product is Mott s Apple Jew ich housewives wi y be busilyengaged to make their homes 1 cleaning all your dairy and meat sparkling clean for the reception 1 p | ate s and pots. This new rosy of the holidays. It goes without • y e j g ves you instant washing; you saying that this is a big job which dWt have to wipe or dry the dishtakes much time and energy. es just soak them and place to You can spare yourself time and dry off. and in seconds you can put effort, however, if you will use them in their proper place. Liquid marvelous products made by the Vel leaves your hands soft. too. Moil's A M containing five "good l famous Colgate Palmolive Comj A n f our products are Kosher and health" fruit juices in a delicious < pany, that brings us so many fine j p arV e and produced under strict breakfast drink and Mott's P M, products for the home. These are j Rabbinical supervision, so that you Ajax. Vel, and Fab. | can use them for dairy as well as Ajax is the most efficient cleansj meat things. Stock up on these an exciting fruit juice refresher for an afternoon or at any time as a pick-me-up. Another famous item is Sunsweet Prune Juice, rich, natural prune juice without any sugar added— also Mott's Apple Juice, a long* time favorite in Jewish homes. And if you want a new delightful taste treat, try Motfs Apple Cranberry Sauce, made of ripe, red cranberries and juicy apples. Also try Mott's Apple Raspberry Sauce. Both are a welcome addition to your pantry shelves All those products are Kosher and Parve, and produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. It you have babies, help them Off to Convention D. Ballin Smith, president of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling co. of Miami. is attending the American Bottlers ol Carbonated Beverages annual meeting for state association officers in New York this week. He is vice president of the organization. If you like CHEESE KREPLACH er you can use for all ordinary cleaning chores. It makes all kinds of surfaces, such as porcetruly fine products for the coming holidays and make your cleaning burdens lighter. Chef 8oy-Ar-De Chef Bov-Ar-Dee Cneese Ravioli is not only a tasty and lucious Italian dish with "Yiddishem Taam." but is also easy to prepare. All vou have to do is heat and serve. No country in the world has,.developed the art of making things easier for the housewife than we. Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Cheese Ravoli is mace with sharp tantalizing Italian cheese that is a joy to eat and u>te> delicious. Serve it today for vour family or your guests, and hear their prai>e. It is also veryeconomical, about 15c per serving, and if you consider your budget, there truly is nothing better than Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Ravioli. Here are the ingredients of this delicious dish; tantalizing Italian cheese, small macaroni pies covered with flavorsome tomato sauce, cooked with mushrooms and cheese and spicod just as they should. If you have never yet tasted this tempting dish try it tocay. It is simply wonderful for your children after school, or for a snack. See their faces same up when they eat this dish Get Chef Boy-Ar-Dee for your entire family. They will all love this Italian dish with the Yiddishen Taam. PTA Body Picks Mrs. Kaplan Mrs. Sherman Kaplan has been > elected area coordinator of 5 Parent-Teacher Assns. m Area t which-includes all PTA* in Miami Beach. This is an elective office of the Dade County Council of Parent-Teacher Assns. Mrs. Kaplan is the wite of Dr Sherman Kaplan, and the couple live in Miami Beach with their four children, Michael, a junior m Mi! ami Beach Senior High School Barbara and Steven, who attend Nautilus Junior High; and Helen ; a student at North Beach Elemen'tary School. Mrs. Kaplan has served on the board of all of these schools, and 1 for the last two years has been I PTA president of the North Beaca I Elementary School. Washington Federal Highlight Growth of Washington Federal • Savings and Loan Assn. is highi lighted by the National League of ; Insured Savings Assns, with the front cover of its Journal featuring a color photo of the new building at Meridian ave., and a story whica traces its increase to 29.000 members and $67,000,000 of total asets in eight years. You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies... filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the re3l Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thrft er. too—costs only about 15c per serving! 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Page 14-B *Jfewfo £ mhrudHan Friday, May 12. 1961 PTA Officers Will Learn About Jobs PTA officers will learn about their new jobs at a workshop Wednes ay sponsored by the Dade County Council o! Parent-Teacher Assn Regi8tratioa


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Pcge 4-A tn/. u: f~.. ... 1 i.,mPTll ive of a world in constant conflict. For the community center is not a preventive or supporUpsyehiatnc therapy program. It is rather a source of leisure-Um activity open to every age level. Additionally, the Jewish communn center, whose sectarian character Mr. Minkoff mentioned not at a", should bring by implication rather than instruction : % % %  '•*£ values to its unique facilities which, hopefully, also prevail the home. In a very real sense, Dr. Lawson saw the home it the child's respite from the relentless presence of a reality belter Continued on Page 10-A



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Iday. May 12. 1961 +Jew1sii Fforidfian Page 3-A Plans Unveiled for Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion in Cedars of Lebanon ABE ARONOVITZ MEMORfAl PAVILI CEDARS Of LEBANON HOSPITAL O&a/rm *r Miami Mayor Robert King High and McGregor Smith, board chairman of Florida Power and Light Company, take a close look at the floor plan of the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. The $500,000 pavilion will concentrate on study and treatment of heart diseases. Mayor High is chairman of the Aronovitz memorial committee, and [ Smith is assisting the Mayor on the project. B Council Installs Officers Frank Kershner w a s installed k (sident of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges at a meting of the organization on Sun> in the Seville hotel. avid Gorman, president of the Florida State Federation, also intailed Edward A. Stern, presidentDect; M. J. Finegold. Edward hein, Herbert Heiken, Stanley C. koldberg and Joseph Horowitz, rice presidents; Sidney Palmer, lack Wilson and Ansel Wittentfin. regional vice presidents; lharies Seiavitch, executive secretary; Jack Finkel. recording secretary; and Arthur Paddor, treasurer. Members of the board include these lodge presidents: Irving Schatzman, Miami Beach; Eli Hurwitz. Sholem; Jerome Robinson. Coral Gables; Murray Skup, North Dade; Wilbur Loewenberg. North Shore; S. A. Robbins. Gilbert Balkin; Jack Finkel, West Miami; Ted Lingaton. Flamingo; Allen Davis, Sunshine State; David Harris. Hollywood; and Dan Danart, Ft. Lauderdale. Plans for the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital have been revealed byMayor Robert King High, chairman of the Aronovitz memorial committee. The $500,000 pavilion will consist of an entire floor of the $4,500,000 Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and will be devoted to the study of heart diseases. Mayor High reported. The Aronovitz memorial committee is composed of over 50 business and civic leaders of all faiths who were friends of the late Abe Aronovitz. The committee also announced plans for a banquet on June 6 at the Dupont Plaza hotel, to help raise the funds required to endow the pavilion before the end of the year. In his announcement. Mayor High said that "at the time of his death. Abe Aronovitz was general chairman of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. I know that Cedars meant a great deal to him, and as one who deeply admired him, I am happy that his friends are joining together to build this tribute." The pavilion, according to Mayor High, will have the newest facilities obtainable. Every bed on the floor will have "piped-in" oxygen installations for instantaneous and most efficient use. Individual positive pressure transfusion equipment and suction devices will also be available at each bed. "The floor will mark the first Cardiology Center in the world with an intensive treatment area' for critically-ill patients where electric cardiac resu'eitators and pacemakers will be instantly available," he said. Personnel in this area have been thoroughly and specially trained to administer emergency therapy faster than the usual techniques in practice today. Dr. Morton Halpern, cardiologist and chief of staff, explained that "the floor has been designed to save every possible fraction of a second when a cardiology emergency arises." Every bed in the pavilion will have electronic position controls and a pillow speaker to communicate with the central nurses station. The same pillow speaker will be individually and quietly tunable t6 radio and television programs. Other features of the Aronovitz Memorial will include radar ranges to make food piping hot within seconds and individually controlled air-conditioning in each room. Cardiology research on this flooi will be coordinated with programs at Jackson Memorial Hospital and the University of Miami school ot medicine. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will open in October, with a non-profit, non sectarian policy. Site is NW 12 ave and NW 14 St. The institution will contain 282 beds and 30 bassinets. tables A1A Dance Installed as trustees were Irving Schtzman and Ted Robinson. .Coral Gables AZA will hold a Guest speaker was RaDbi B. Leon ftweetheart" dance in the DeauHurwitz. of Temple Zamora, Coral lille hotel Saturday evening. Gene Gables. Outgoing president Jack M. %  "ink is in charge of arrangements. Fink was presented wiiii a plaque. %  eraWhWeei I fit Home OWM4 Mem* Oprte4 TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY HOLEN"The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK \ CflLL F R 7-1411 Greater Miami's Largest Ixttrmlaator ATTENTION:— Rabbis. Cantors, Synagogue Counselors ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE AVAILABLE AT ALL HOURS Prompt, Courteous & Confidential SERVING JEfferson, UNion, Highland, and FRanklin For Information Call FR 3-5581 personalized service of the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service except rosh hashono and yom kippw Local Synagogues Reveal Merger Rabbi Max Zucker will be spiritual leader of the newly-unified congregations of Temple B'nai Sholom and Dade Heights Jewish Congregation, with a membership of over 300 families. Unification and rededication ceremonies will begin Sunday. 10:30 a.m., at Temple B'nai Sholom. 16800 NW 22 ave.. Opa locka. and proceed to Dade Heights Jewish Congregation. 1401 NW 183rd St.. where the final ceremonies will take place. Rabbi Zucker and Cantor Ernanuel Mandel will officiate. Gerald Greenfield, president of Temple B'nai Sholom. will present the religious articles to Sidney P Goode. president of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation. With this unification, the congregation will lam.eh a building fund drive for a new 5150.000 sanctuary to be started in the fall. Temple Menorah Singletons Temple Menorah Singletons were to meet Thursday, 8:30 p.m., in the Youth Lounge of the Temple. Unattached nun and women between 36 and 57 years of age are welcome. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds go towards support of the Home. You may contribute, take a tax deduction or we will pay cash for same. Remember we are NOT a profit-making organiiation We are helping your community to keep its dignity. By helping others you are helping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can use all your outcasts or misfits. Pease call us for early pick-up. 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Friday. May 12, 1961 vJewislh fkridian Page SA Jewish Unit Meets Rusk led by the chairman of the Confer, visory Council. Mrs Charles V. clare'i that general problems afjenee, Label Katz. i Hyme.s. president of the National fecting the situation in the Middle It included Rabbi Philip BernCouncil 0I Jewish Women, | East vv t!l par ti C ular emphasis 00 WASHINGTON — (JTA) — A i can Jewish Organizations called stein, chairman oi tne American Hieh officials of the State De\ American Israel relations, were delegation representing.the Confer this, week.-oSecretary, of State ,srael PubI 'c Affairs Committee, partment also participated in the discussed on behalf of the H nanrP of Presidents nf Mninr A mori 'n Qnn t>„.i o-u 4 i Loms Weinstem. president of the hour-long discussion. Leaving the ; tional Jewish organizations of the rnu of Presidents of Major AmenDean Rusk. The delegation was National Community Relations Ad-! State Department. Mr. Katz de-i Presidents Conference. POWER for Modern Israel From new power installations, such as pictured here, Israel is now producing almost 2 billion kilowatt hours a year for industry, irrigation, and general use. This is over 6 times the production of 1948, the year of Independence. NOW MADE IN ISRAEL as well as in the U. S. THE -oi LARK BY STUDEBAKER And in Haifa, a portion of that power is used in a great modern plant producing the '61 Lark and Champ.trucks for sale in Israel and in many countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia—for Studebaker is contributing to the further growth of Israel*s economy. In Jerusalem. Tel-Aviv, Haifa and other cities you'll sec these Israeli-made Larks bringing Israel a standard of automotive transportation many other nation's might envy—because the '61 Lark outperforms, out-comforts and out-styles all other compacts. In fact, they are the same in every detail as the U.S. made Lark, and assembled by the skilled hands of this dynamic new nation. See the '61 Lark's new luxury, roominess and durability at your Studebaker dealer and discover The Lark for yourself. The 112 horsepower of its new ram-induction motor is fed by huge overhead valves for a new kind of power and response. Or, for even greater power, choose the Pure Oil Economy Champion Lark V-8 —up to 225 hp. Whichever model you select, more than 60 great automotive advances are yours in the dynamic '61 Lark...all combine to make it the best compact value of the year for every ( need, every taste, every pocketbook. Above all, the '61 Lark matches big-car-comfort for six to a performance so exciting you have to drive it to believe it. See it before you consider any other, compact. The Lark is available in seven body styles-2 &: 4-door Sedans and 2-door Hardtop (all Sedans and Hardtop available with optional sun roof), 2 & 4-door Wagons, Convertible and the expansive new longer whcelbase 4-door Cruiser (luxury car of the compact class). 'SEE...PRICE...TEST-DRIVETHE LARK AT YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER-TODAY!



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Page 12-A t-Jenist fkri-liar Friday, May 12. J Rabbi Malavsky Elected Rabbinical Assn. President as Group Plans for Instruction :>: Morton Stalaeskj spiritual leader of the Iter. t is been elected president of eater Miami Rabbinical Assn tic succeeds Rabbi May* •itz, of Temple Slenorah ers elected at a meeting were Rabbis David Shapiro, of Temple od. vice president. DOD Schifl Beth El Congregaetarj; Herbert Bau le Beth Am. treasw •.. •-. • '.'. axn an. Temple ZJ executive vice preRabbi Abr,. ojtj ng fficers are R --.., an, Tempi x'es e vice | >nd no Wailach. Temple Sinai. treasurer. The Rabbinical Assn is ted of Ortbod i Consei Reform rabl is nth i mei I of some 4'.' spiritual leadi here. It will be our aim to contir. tter and cement In lationsoil g our members and all ncies." Rabbi Malaj leclare I in assuming t "We intend to pura pr gram f in! rmal ai : :• the Greater A I as for .: %  %  •'. [sraeln nter ighi ars ai serving n various %  %  • %  • lmanu-il Children on TV Temple Emar.v en '::::-, t;on cias. of I -:: ,, Dr .:. j Lehrman Sh| ^ telecast on the "S all VoS program Surma.. onW 7 Th,r: : *M4 *' ,U pi r pro^J which is si A ^* cal Assn [, am ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORTI 13=7 Waahingtex -.JE 1.77a ALL HEBREW :_--_ ESFMl SYNAGOGUES 4 £ .-. sHOM We Ca-'/ 5 i'.' -.:. = .C 0 -H, Mrs Oscar Rosenthd presents a chec-: from the Sisterhood to Elia Gabav president o: SephardiC Jewu dene: affair. enter at a recent Sephardic Cong. Opens en Beach RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY rung f the S v The opei %  %  the Sis is § \ ffei Rabbi Schiff Will iMiami Hebrew Book Storel Be Moderator 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Bead — JE S-3S+0 Hti'f* R.i? ous SuppHea *or I S/iaflca-es 5.-::si Pr -atL M S*EL' & OOVESTIC G FTS ID r S pane: f "Shs %  al i %  Is %  %  recording Sam Pesso. trustees advisors %  %  P %  i Sam Bet %  n %  • -• REPHUN'S HEBREW BOCK STORE G-:ct:r Mteaii i lorges! & Oldest Supplier for S.nc.-ogues Hebrew & Sendoy Schools. Retail ISRAE11 0IF1S AMD 3 ^ T 417 W ish ngton -.-:. ii 1-9017 PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's On\f Jewish Monument Builders" Exclosiv*. D-:"ROCK OF •-GE5' FAMILY ME "... t. j-. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, F!a. HARR\ 30'OON Vcfh Da4e Sp'-jsh Party May 18 NTS 196 ter. N Miami Schedu'ed 'J-. SJNOAY MAY 1 Mr. .Veto Ceacl MARTHA RAYMOND 1 pr.. FANN:E MAMONC : :.m. 1 P A L M E R' S MIAMI MONUn -T CO 3279 S \M :• Street -.1 PhcnH 2': 5 A Community Mother's Day Memorial Service .-. II be held Sunday, May 14th, 1961 at 2:30 p.m. at Lakeside Memorial Park N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue The Public >s Invited for Information or Directions Telephone TU 5-1639 .wise t isions require time i ^VSA.NNTV Surek it i* onlv good >fn-* to devote as rr.U' h attention to Iflwlillge Umil\ burial r-tat? a> >ou ould to maLing \our ill. ^et *o often one lend* to postpone this important decision until an enn*rsenc> arise* Un't toda> the t-*rt time to start planning' Why not hnd out about Mount Nfbo no*. HVre. in Mian-i"> tinrst and oldt;t Jewish rfmfkn. t Perpetual Car* lund rxcrtdtoc $100,000. *uarinte*s .W* permanent tx-aut^ and carr ol Mount Nrbo. You nevet pa\ for maintrnancr tax** and ktexmata cannot be )eited And Mount Vbo i JO serenely !••He-( MOftnwt WMJ eFnt*Tf O* THfV40VT> MOVrVFVT CO



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ay. May 12, 1961 9*Jewl$t Mririidfii&n Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM _,,,.,! :, forbidden because ,.| ii produces, and none (jpproiiili :< %  ..Ir.u should be ,,1 Up. — PH1LO. • • • ,n can be remored o iN dunlins so C pi ,rwjtai fl". ntottro nVTWiji ny man ioa^3 firflnflj liviDft jg nn$* ftf (-"TWO (n pi .""i^^ap^K-i -on rrinsp rrtiwf-^m o*ixs *?iia mx-rp-ixa • T •.. T T-: • -: n nwarn ,1iv;i9 Q"'"!^ ibftn ,innstfa "?J7 rjims? pnaa iggf s a .D-iaon ?# .ntfnna KXT ^"in : nia nrfx ay nmsn; .D9p5-n'?S73 l 'n*abte rnw nna rsir a) \H5LATI0N By RABBI DAVID W. HERSON Beth Emeth Congregation In concluding the reading of the Book of Leviticus, we hear the injunction to •'proclaim liberty throughout the land unto all the inhabitants thereof, We listen once more to laws and statutes dealing with the division of the land when the great day will come and t h e desert wanderings v ill 1 ii again the Bible spells out in exacting detail ."II the re u s r< lativc to city .... I • I; is BSI inishii to r -ad of laws, rules and 11 thai are promulgated to take effect in years to come. Present daj ci> il zal on, indeed, all civilization. legislate only when events and circumstances demand. Thus we find that legislative bodies today respond as events and conditions dictate. Laws arc passed as the needs arise. Rarely do legislative bodies anticipate the needs Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after lhat time will be returned as proof of their lateness. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle >v. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. ANSHE EMES. Conservative, president. 2533 SW IStn eve. Maxwell Suberman, RABBI DAVID HERSON .. view of (aw BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative Rabbi Norman bhapiro. Cantor William W. Llpson. Kri.i IJ s:l." |i.in Si-ruion: '< in lit Inii Civ ili:.' 'i Sn lurda.v 10 a lln Mil % %  vati: Stephi II, Mill I>1 1 l tin Mu< l BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Pchi'f i in: "rii, Jin i Hr, ni-h "il tab I Aim nu ll : .I M : I • 5ETH EMETH. 128£ '"•' vV Znd avc Conservative. Rat'bi David W. Her•on. Cantor Hyman Fein. : -'i ni. > X:lo p.m. ilu.si s))fnk< Mann, pan! preslilt-nl I.I Temple Slnal of I liill> I %  i>• I \ Ire p •Mii.nl Southeaxtern region I'nlted Synagogue, will i.iiu ..ii "W'hHi is vv'i g uiih Vinir Synagogue?" Saturda) 9 .i in. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington • v. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. of the community. In this respect, the Jewish people showed a marked maturity and a I aETH ISRAEL ^ Pralrle ave 0r grasp of economic, political and social requirements long before they j thodox. Raubi H. LOUI* Rottman. attained nationhood. It is revealing that the Jewish people were madei into a national entity through a process other than the accepted norm. All nations of the work! first required national boundaries before determining what type of government, what form of legislative, or what manner of economic and political destiny it shall face. Laws are then | made to meet their professional needs. The Jewish people, on the other hand, while yet wandering in the desert, already conceived and promulgated an entire body of laws in anticipation of the acquisition of the promised land. It is this curious fact that brought forth the observation that "it is not Israel that made the laws, but the laws that made Israel." The recognition of the validity of Jewish law even in times where enforcement was impossible, may account for the continuous identity of the Jewish people. As the law maintained Jewish identity and existence prior to attaining commonwealth status, so too, did it preserve and maintain Jewish identity even after the loss of their commonwealth. Jewish martyrdom attests to the Jews preparedness to defend the laws even in foreign hostile lands. In truth, tangible assets are subject to destruction and loss; intangible assets such as laws, ideas and philosophies can, and have, survived. What is the meaning of the term "Midrash?" wiiniiwiiiiiiimimiiiitiiiiiiiiirnriimiiimiiiiii'iiramimiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiimiwi This page is prepared in CO' -_ f operation with the Spiritual LeadI I ers of the Greater Miami RabbinI ical Assn. K museum is divided into two parts: Herzl before Zionism Herzl the progentitor and bearlof Zionism. On one side—glass |'s attractively arranged conDins: documents and portraits of rzl when he was engaged in liarv work, the theatre and journtm as well as those of his for> nd his childhood. the middle exhibition are tables documents and pictures of Z.onist program with his P "The Jewish State" and "Aitland*' encircling them. On the IT side are documents and pices of Herzl's political and crzational activities in the Zion"iiovement. Jne large showcase exhibits his • stic objects, captioned picand documents of his family. *ver visits the Herzl museum • away with the feeling that las made the acquaintance of Ml and fascinating personality. 'ubli&hed by Bril Ivrit Olamit) The term "Midrash" is an ancient term which is already found in the Bible (II Chronicles 13:22) Chronicles 24:27). In its Biblical form, some scholars claim that the term refers to a collection of prophecies gathered by a prophet. In this sense the term is used to indicate that which the prophet "drew" from his contact with revelation. After the destruction 01 the temple when prophecy was no more, the term Midrash took on a newconnotation. Since there was no more direct revelation as such, the What is the meaning of the term Rabbi David Herson Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Herson Tales of Moral Rabbi Solomon Schiff Gems of Wisdom ucuiuuiiiuuuiuuuuiuuuiiuiuiiuiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiimt rabbis "drew" their teachings from the Scriptures in a form of interpretation. The term "Midrash" then takes "Tefiilah?" The term "Tefiilah" which is the Hebrew word for "prayer" has an ; interesting origin. It is not clear. on the meaning of being some form j how it came about; but it is asof exegetical literature which the rabbis collected depicting their interpretation of Scriptures. In the case of the prophets the term comes from a word meaning to "seek." It was the prophet who went to "seek" the word of the Divine. In its posl-prophetic meaning the term represents what the rabbis found when they went to "seek" truth and law from Scripture. There seems to be a difference of opinion among the medieval scholars as to whether the Halachah (law) was derived from the Midrash or whether the Halachah came first and the Midrash was used as a proof text. Maimonides contended that the Midrash was a product of t h e Halachah, while Nachmanides maintained that the .Midrash was the source of t h e Halachah. sumed that it came from a verb meaning to "argue." The act of prayer, such as it is. is an "argument" presented to the Almighty for the sake of achieving a desired end. Some claim that it stems from an ancient tradition when the leader of the people, such as Moses, i would argue with the Almighty i OHEV Cantor Maurice Mamche*. BETH KODESH, 11551 Quail Roost dr. Rabbi Harold Richter. Ki i,u> V;'.II p.m. Sermon I "PI tf alia of Pride." Saturday 7 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." 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 Lipachitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Pridaj 8:15 p.m. .Sermon: "The Buain, ss of Being I'p-to-li.ite." Has Mttsvah: Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Klrsi-hman. Saturday X:t:> a.m. Bar Milzvah: Qary, son of Mr. anil Airs. Lebensart; Jeffrey, son of -Mr. anil Mrs. Kelvin Raymond. CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday S::in )i.m. Sermon: "Motherhood anil Psychology." Saturday 9 a.m. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday v::n p.m. Sermon: "Neither Here Nor There." Saturday H a.m. PHT Milzvah: Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip ivtinsky. FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Kriilav r, p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Michael, sun of Mr. ami Mrs. Maxim Kurnian. • FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson. Cantor Sherwin Levine. • ^ HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st., Hialeah. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. R a b b i David Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun. • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Saturda) 9 ajn, Sermon: "Conclusion of the Third 1 >k i I Mow i Bar Mltsvah: Robert, son I'f Mr. and Mis. A. Dunn. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seit. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. for the sake of his people. As a matter of fact the content of the basic prayers of the "Amidah," usually gives a reason for which the Almighty should act favorably upon the specific request. Later, the term "Tefiilah" came to be used for any form of prayer. Palestini has the size of a county and ir.i pn blems of a continent. SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman. • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th •t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320 NE 171st st. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. laiimwaiMMM i %  MMMJ | CANDLEUGHTMG TIME 26 Iyar — 6:43 p.m. i %  mini mum r VI %  I'll PI E BrTH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. .1351 S. 14 ave. Refoc •, Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. I Mi KI \j ttei • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. R^bbi Samuel Lerer. Fi Idas v p.m. Saturda> B a.m. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisl* Cantor David Convlser. • — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. • l TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvini Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. Friday 8:30 p.m. Installation service for new officers, directors and trustees. Saturday 8 a.m. Sermon: "The Weekly Portion <>i the Bible." Annual Mother's Day service. Baa Mltsvah: itosanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Shulman. Bai Mltsvah: Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bregei. • TEMPLE iSRMfck. '37 IIE 19th st. Reform. RaboJoseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "The Jewish Sources of The Lord's Prayer'." Italibi Morris W. Graff. Men and women Of adult education classes will be honored. TEMPLE JUDt,.. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "FindingFaith in Faithless Times." Satirr 10:30 a.m. Bar Milzvah: Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ccrson. TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Frmay 8:15 p.m. Saturday H a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Law." Bar Mltsvah: Saul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bllber. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th it. ami Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombera. l-'iiil.iy V!T. p.m. Sermon: "What is a Blessing?" Saturday 8:46 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion;" l TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'This 1 Relii ve." Mrs. Kurt Wallach. Sisterhood president, Saturday 11 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. WalI lace Antln. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. t51 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Mother's Day, th.' Answer to a Nation's Dilemma." C.uest speaker, Mrs. William I i'iikson, vice president Florida Branch National Women's League of I'nlted Synagogue of America, will i:is:;:ll Sisterhood officers, "net; Bhabbat imsts: sisterhood, Saturday 8 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." e TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Friday 8:15 p.m. bermon: ''The Chal, '., mi ipportunli les "f the Mi KJ I :I Jewish Woman." Induction service of newly-elected president, Mrs. Sam Rabi now Ich .i id othi i officers. s.iirdaj 8:45 a.m Sermon: "Portion Of the Week." • TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Something; i i|ii. Something New." Has Mltsvah: M d< Ine, daughter "f Mr. and Mrs Leo Hoffman. Saturday 9:So a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Mark, son "t Mr, and Mrs. %  %  Wechter. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday 8:30 p.m. Quest speaker, Adele Sea-all Faske, assistant State Attorney, will talk on "Mothers in the Byes of the Law." Ones, Shabbat hosts: Sisterhood In honor of Mother's >Pay. Saturday :• a.m. Ser i men : "Mo< B On Sinai." YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie • hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon AM. 50 N. Kendall ; Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger. Reform Rabbi Herbert ; l-1 id.iy 8:J3 i in. Sermon: "Most Prentor Charies Kodner. | clous CUfre." Service dedicated to Mother's Da) and lladassah. Mrs. Seymour Baron la presideni of Hadassah, i 'in ^ Sliabbal i %  i TFMPLE '(CT dr., S Miami. Baumgard. C Ftvia. ..-." p.m. Sermon: 'Tin Mil slon of Our Generation," Rabbi ^\ Ham Kajowlts, direct) r of South Florida Council Union if • an 11• brew foi %  • ms, %  LER. I servi In thi Ci incll't religious schi YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st st OrtnoCix. Raosi fcherwin Stauber.



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r i I i 1 1 1 Page 8-A vJewisti fkrkllari Friday, May 12. 1961 ^Prosecution Goes After 15 Counts .IKRCSALEM-fJTAl-Thepros I At ecution in the Adolf Eichmann Attorney Monday's morning session., ernment because the mar was an General Hausner pre-j Argentine^ national, was tranter. red on orders of Eichmann office Jews in trial here presented documentary sentcd lo llu court the pattern tQ Auschwilz Later it waa .evidence Monday to prove that | Nazi mass ml .rders of -'^ in > Eichma nn personally VMM, ,, Mn ; Eichmann personally had given Faslcrn Kufopc. prior to Uie Foreign Ministry that this Jew hart specific orders to deport French liUim ning 0 f the death camp prodied of a hcaft aUac( Belgian and Dutch Jews to death camps. Deputy Attorney General Gabriel Bach, taking over the pics ecution at Monday afternoon 51 sion. presented documentary evidence lo support those portions ot the 15-point indictment as; Eichmann dealin gram, when the Einsatzprupcn. pcrsonal intervention^ In Nazi commando units carried on m m rrf tQ %  of Jewior the Nazi ar, Kichliun' Hausner. He merit showing that Presenting a scroll and gold button to Arthur Fox is Harry Levy, district deputy of Florida of the Free Sons of Israel. Standing (left to riant) are Irving Richter. president, Greater Miami Lodae; Louis Gluckstern; Leslie Fellerman, financial the murders ot Jews ior iu w garian an(i Rumanian jev apparatus, these units killed oxer doc;imentcd in othcr pa 400,000 Jews in 1941 alone acsonlcci b Mr Hausner. cording to documents presented By introduced a docuOne of the QOCUn i •,,,. Adolf Hitler duced by Hausner wi s a letlei wit the Nazi had received a report listing more from a Nazi named Weu, the annihilation ol than 360.000 Jewish executions by reported that Eicnma bad I as in Western countries occuthe Einsatzgrupen in three months of the Gestapo s Sect:oi [\ | pied by the Hitler forces. of 1942. had agreed with a su ..,,, German Jews be sent | Earlier. Attorney General bio, ; .,.,. in army commanders in Minsk lor execution. \ eon Hausner had detwled.tiirougn o ccupied Ru>sl ., h va> shown hls letter was a hand-wrii witnesses who took the s^and.jna lhm|1 ,, h sti „ anot her document |jnktng Eichmann to a i El Al Will Buy Two More Jets Horticulturist on Television By Special Reoort VEW YORK—El Al Israel Airlines has announced the signing of an agreement with the Boeing Company for the purchase of two j Mayor Vischi Will Be Honor Guest Among scores of documents introduced by Bach were several proving that the Paris representative of Gestapo Section IV-B-4 — the section headed by Eichmann — had acted on direct orders from Eichmann. Copies of cables and letters from Eichmann to the Paris man, an officer named Danecker, were introduced, showing Eichmann had demanded that Jews be prevented from escaping or emigrating from France. Eichmann had personally ordered, other documents showed, that Mayor Edmund Vischi, honorary ; arrangements be made for the deEuropean routes. Britannias. replacing First tea was held last Sunday, many for each deported Jew: Harry Raskin, retired truck bodydesigner who has become a locally noted horticulturist, will lecture on i methods of grafting the mango on May 23. 10:30 a.m., over WPST ch. 10. With Raskin will be Louis J. Daigle. assistant county agricultural agent of the Dade County 720-B~mcdium range""jet planes for I Agricultural Department, delivery early in 1962. The purchase, which is subject to approval by the Israel Govern ment, represents an investment of $14,000,000. On their arrival, the n w jets will supplement the El | Al fleet of three Boeing 707 Inter chairman, and Mrs. Vischi will be I portation. at first, of 6.000 French ,w continental jets, putting the airhonored guests at a series ol" teas j Jews who were sent to Auschwitz. line's operation on an exclusively sponsored by Yehudah Moshe to j instructions were given to Daneck, jet basis. The 720s will fly El Al's > welcome new members into the e r by Eichmann to see to it that | the congregation. the French Government pay Ger% > > > possible to describe" and asked foreign. non-German nation Hitler himself to intervene to halt This letter slated: We res rve the right to give further instructions thee killings. The evidence piled up by th prosecution showed that nothing was done in Jewish matters in Eastern Europe without Eichmann's approval or comment. Further, it was shown that Eichmann found time, midst his duties, to prevent a few individual Jews from escaping. In one ease. Eichmann notified the German Foreign Minitry in 1942 that a Jew, whose release was sought by the Argentine Govsians. on this subject.'" The Kaltenbrunncr letter, Mr Hausner told the court, indicates that Eiehmann's Section IV-B-4 had the "right" to issue orders to Einstazgrupen Id murder Jews. According to Mr. Hausner, the documents introduced here dovetail with others iound in the archives of the Nazi foreign ministry, dealing with official reports about anti-Jewish actions in many cities later occupied bj the BusThe Boeing 720-B. powered by and the second will be this Sunday j later, the "price'' to France was Pratt and Whitney turbofan enevening. fixed at 1.730 marks for each Jew gines, has a range of 4.500 miles: Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz is chair\^ us deported. and a cruising speed of 640 m.p.h. nian of thedrive for new members i One document showed that Eich Tht scat configuration for the El Henry Gilbert is congregation pres-! mann had ordered that, over a Al 720 s will be 12 first class and ident. : three-month period, one train was %m WORLD TRAVEL PAN-AMERICAN BANK BLDG. MIAMI, FIA. 106 tourist class. During this summer's peak to leave daily for Auschwitz, each I train carrying 1.000 Jews. The travel period. El Al has scheduled '.o a host of local European flights. Eichmann order specified that the weekly trans-Atlantic flights ; connecting Israel with all the madeportations must include a total to Europe and Israel, in addition jor capitals of Europe. of 40.000 French Jews. 40.000 more To Israel in American Style at Tourist Prices! from Holland, from Belgium and 10.000 Jews I w the s to Haifa aboard the S.S. Atlantic—the i ern American ship especially designed for Tourist Class travel. You'll have an air-conditioned stateroom with private bathroom and shower. You can relax in the large outdoor BM imming pi ol, the huge top-deck solarium, on open-air sunor in magnificent lounges. Evenings, enjoy dancing to a famous Meyer Davis orchestra. For those adhering to Dietary Laws, a full Kosher kitchen has been installed under Rabbinical supervision. A small but luxurious First Class is also available. For the calm pleasure of your voyage, the .S'..S". Atlantic is now equipped with stabilizing fins. And the scenic Sunlane Route lets you see Algeciras... 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Page 12-B +Jkwi*t noradlffan Friday, May 12. 1961 More Group Services Needed, Noted Agency Exec Tells Community Center Many of the mental and emotional problems of people in American •He today could have been preventd or alleviated by adequate com munity planing of group services for all age levels, it was stated St nday night by guest speaker Hari> Minkoff at the 10th annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Referring to the tmal report of the Joint Commission on Mental Illness and Mental Health, made 10 the United States Congress, he noted that this exhaustive itudy recommended additional recreational and group services as a major weapon in the light for menhealth. Minkoff, who is executive director of the Guidance Center of New Rochelie, N.Y., also pointed Social Workers W.3I Hear Mobile UF Executive William Kaulman was to be principal speaker at a dinner meeting Thursday evening of the South Florida chapter. National Assn. of Social Workers Dinner time was scheduled at 7.30 p.m. at the Dupont Plaza hotel Kaulman is executive director of the United Fund of Mobile. Ala. '•Are You Part of the Problem or Part of the Answer?" was to be : Kaufmans subject in an address before members of the South Flori-: da chapter. "We have a deep interest in the advancement of the United Fund," according to Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, chapter chairman, "because we know the vital ro> the United Fund most play in providing social services necessary to the community. We are vitally concerned about the lack of public support of services to our citizens. Miami has many attractions and i a fascinating community, but i has its problems."' Mrs. Johnson declared. "Most people and most communities have problems, but ii s the way these problems are i ndled that counts." The Mobile United Fund has become a successful community fund Campaign under Kaufman's leadership. The organization faced difficulties similar to those besetting the Dade County United Fund today, prior to his assumption of office here, Mrs. Johnson indicated. oui the lack of purpose and meaning noted in c"aily life by leaders in various fields of thought. Those in the field of mental health, he stated, have been aware tnat this modern-day "rootlessncss" is a great contributing factor to the alarmingly high proportion cf mental illness in this country. Belonging with others, in groups that have a common purpose and are directed by professionally trained personal, is one important answer to many of these ailments. At the meeting. A. Budd Cutler, Miami attorney, was elected as president ol the Center for the com Ing year. Cutler, who was previously vice president, succeeds Isidore B. Simkowitz. who completed three years of of lice and now becomes honorary presi lent. In hon,•1 of his period ot service. Snnkowitz received a plaque from past president Leon Kaplan. Other officers elected at the meeting include Ray Berrin, vice president; Mrs. George A. Simon, vice president; William Sussman, vice president: Clemen J. Ehrlich, treasurer; Jacob Katzman. associate treasurer; Mrs. Philip Samet, recording secretary; and Milton Balsam, financial secretary. Cutler and the Center board were installed by Sam J. Heiman. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. There was also a message of greeting given by John B. Turner, president of United Fund. The Center is a beneficiary agency of both organization. EVfenorah Chapter W.ii install Menornh chapter. B'nai B'n \\\ Women, will install rrev. officers at a luncheon Tuesday noon at the Montmarte hotel. Mrs, Flora Supworth will conduct the ceremony for Mesd Jack Levy, president; M Prais-mun. vice president; J. J. Benja min, recording secretary; S. Zaager, financial secretary; and ^ Tannenbaum. treasures. Mrs. M. Praissman is chairman jf the day. Even before officially taking office as the new president of Temple Emanu-El, Joseph M. Lipton has been meetina with members of his administration to lay the aroundwork for the Miami Beach congregation's varied activities. Seen at a recent sub-committee session are (left to right) Jack S. Popick, financial secrefary; Harry Sirkin, honorary life president; Lipton; Joseph M. Rose, honorary life president; and vice presidents Max Boderman and Joseph Cohen. The Temple's officers, directors ana trustees will be installed by L'r. Irving Lehrman at the late Sabbath service on Fridcy evening. Temple Emami-E! to Install New Officers at Services on Friday Evening Buys Controlling Interest Purchase of 414,000 shares of the common stock of Seaporcel Metals, Inc., a controlling interest, was announced this week by Herbert N. Schwarz. president of Herbert Investment Company in Miami. Gables Youth Wins Scholarship Ross Sandier, ot 4841 Biltmore dr.. Coral Gables, has received an Elihu Root Samuel J. Tilden scholarship for three years of study at t h e New York University school of law. Sandier received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College in December, and will begin his law studies at NYU In September Root-Tilden scholarships are awar< ed annually to two outstanding college men from each of the LO federal judicial circuits who, in the opinion of the selection committees, show "an unusual capacity for unselfish public leadership." Sandier is a graduate of Miami Senior High School, where he was a member of the National Honor Society and the National ForensicLeague. He also was elected vice president of the senior class and president of the Key Club. At Dartmouth. Sandier was a government major, a member of the debate squad, vice president ot I the sophomore class, and a niemi ber of the Pi Lambda Phi social I fraternity. l^ftaHi Judge Malvin Englander (center) smiles followinq his filing for Miami Beach City Council and the selection of his campaign o-managers, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Sirkin managed Judge Englander's two successful races for Justice of the Peace. Judge Englander is former president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. Temple Emanu-El will install officers, directors and trustees during Friday evening services. May 12. Dr. Irving Lehrman will of-, ficiate. Following 14 years of service as Temple president. Samuel N. Friedland will present the gavel to his successor, Joseph M. Lipton. Friedland will serve as chairman of the board in the new adminis-j tration. Honorary life presidents are Mayer H. Frankel. Joseph M. | Rose, and Harry Sirkin. Liptc-n is a noted community leader in business, civic and fraternal activities. A Greater Miami resident since 1925, he is completing a year's term as camEnglander Runs For City Council Into the ring at the last minute went the veteran campaign nat ot Judge Malvin Englander, as the fifth d'Strict Justice of the Peace late Saturday night qualified for Miami Beach City Council. Accompanied by his campaign co-managers. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Judge Englander filed moments before City Hall closed at 9 p.m. Judge Englander has set his sights upon the vacated seat of Metro Commissioner Harold B. Spaet. "The vacancy was a major factor in my decision to run, but the historic opportunity now confronting Miami Beach was the more important element. There can be no denying that our city now faces an unprecedented economic crisis. But crises are the mother of opportunity. We can, we will, we must move forward in our efforts to retain—perhaps regain is the proper word — our position as the nation's leading resort," Jud.-je Englander said. A former president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, he also is past president of the Beach Zionist District. Judge Englander served as chairman of the speakers' bureau for State of Israel Bonds, and is a member of the boards of both Temple Men orah and Beth Jacob Synagogues. A past master of the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. Judge Englander currently is an officer of the Beach Elks Lodge and an active member of Kiwanis, B'nai B'rith. the Civic League, American Legion, and numerous other communal service organizations. During World War II. he rose from private to lieutenant in the ordnance corps. A graduate of Miami Beach High, he was graduated from the University of Miami with a law degree in 1942, at the age of 21. Judge Englander is now prespa'gn chairman of the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal. He is one of the founders, and president of both the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn. and the J. M. Lipton Insurance Agency. Lipton is a life member of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, member of James Carnell Lodge. Scottish Rite Temple and Mahi Temple. Ancient Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. American Legion and Kiwanis Club. Pi Lambda Phi fraternity: and an, active director of the University of Pennsylvania Alumni Club. He has served in the Dade County chapter of the American Red Cross as treasurer, and in 19,">1 was general chairman ol the Dade County fund drive. He is a past president of the Florida Savings and Loan League, and has served as Florida director ot the United States Savings and Loan League, He is a member of the United States Savings and Loan Le federal savings and loan insurance corporation law and regulati ins committee. He is also a patron ol the Outstanding Citizens Awards for Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and serves on the citizen's committee of the University of Miami. Others to be installed are honorary vice presidents, Bernard I. Binder, Charles Fruchtman and Leo Robinson; vice presidents Max Boderman. Joseph Cohen. Judge Irving Cypen, Samuel Halperin and George Talianoff; Emil Morton, treasurer: Samuel Lipton, associate treasurer; A. J. Molasky. secretary; Jack S. Popick, financial secretary; and. Marcus O. Sarokin, associate financial secretary. i >hfrti.t < Include Pol. Jacob Arvey, Mux Bauer, Sam Blank, Jules Chan'r. .la. k .i Palk, Raymond Felner, Judge Milton Feller, MorriH Fisher, Bydne> Oans, Ben Zloa fllnsburg, Allen (lold•>*rtf, <: -ge rioldberg, s..i Ooldman. Alexandei Oordon, Joseph Hoffman, Leon Jacobs, Dr. Sherman Kaplan, i'.i II i.imin Kline, William Kline, Max • Kolkei an I M. J. Kopelowtts. Also, Hanr.v Koretsky, David l.cvinI son, Oscai Member, Dr. Herman I Mechlowitt, Hank Meyer, Benjamin Meyers, Dr. Kurt Pelser, Jacob Rnbinowlts, Dr Harold Rand, I..-.Ratrier, Julius Rosensteln, Bamuel Rost, Raymond Rubin, Simon i: Rubin, Irvlns Bchatiman, Harry Hellgman, Bol C Bhaj • Jack Silverman, Milton -" L n, -I." oh Si. im, i. Air,-, ,| stone, Famous jazz trombonist Jack Teegarden will appear at the Carriage Club in July, according to Art Bruns, co-owner of Miami Springs Villas. lam Sussman. II a i" Id Turk, \ and Raphn< I V %  .-.•i \ Inn as trustees are Jo luw, l-eonard Ahi-amson Di Be) n Mtermnn, Arthur Apnl %  : Wei i k, Hi rnnrd Rerkle) •' !.\ Ki mil... Ja) Bel kov. It* Ma s I .l.'-i r j Blank, t'ol Milton Blum, lla I t-nsteln, James Cohen Jael CM>|ier, I Hinlel Dubbin, I.. >n K\ -!• n I '• -• nle) l ••. hllnx, Harold Krl. I and, Mauri. %  n Furman, Paul flab Ben Oilier, Maurice flans, Leonard (111 in.in. Mrs. Hoi Oolrtstebi, Wlllii i Cordon, Benjamin (Ifeene, S'al Hankoff, ttubrlel Heald r, Loulf Ja< ks % %  > and Paul Jacobs, And, Bamuel Kajrnn, Julius K isdln, Irvin Kats, Bamuel Kats, Irving Kipi nis. "I'll li>r.' Klpnla, Irving "Blng" Kossoff, Morriii Lapidus, Edward I..I--IUMI1. Jacob C. Lefkowltx, Harold Levey, At <'. Loevner, Dr. Louis Lyt| inn, Muira> Maisel, Dr. Meyer Marks, Irving Marcus, l>r. Donald Mlcimoff, Harry Mufson, Sam Mufson, I" Darid A. Nathan. Edward Newman. Bn Novnck, Al Osheroff, Karl Pertnoy, Henry Penchanaky and Dr. Pa ii Ptotkln. An.i. Irving Pollack, Paul Pollack, Joseph Postal, Bamuel Rlvkln, BerI nurd Rodins, Charles Rosn*arlen l Burnetl Roth, Keymour Rubin, Murray Bchwartsmnn, Bamuel Beltser, Bernard Sharp, Stuart Blmon, Louis Bpector, Benjamin Bmerllng, Milton 'Smith, Alfred Stalford. Michael Tose, Marshall Wolp.-r. .Martin Wo.-lin. l : Zublo mill Theodore Zalles, First offical business meeting 1 has been scheduled for Sunday morning May 28, at the Temple. Plan for Rummage Sale Ladies' Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, North Shore Post 677, met Wednesday evening at the Miami Beach Fetleral Bank bldg. Merchandise was requested for the i rummage sale to be held Sunday, May 28, at Stevens Market ident of the Beach Hyjh Speech Boosters Club, an organization which supports forensic activities at the local school. He returned to the Beach, where he first moved in 1931. after the war and won his first bid for elective office. Judge Englander was elected Dade County Democratic executive committeeman for a four-year term and was reelected. In 1956. he won election as justice of the peace on the Democra tic ticket after winning nomination against three opponents without a runoff in the primary. Married to the former Sophia Tendrich. he lives at 8060 Norej mac ave. The couple have four i daughters. Mrs. Englander is pres; ident of the Miami Beach Democratic League, and directed the Kennedy campaign for President in the city last November. iff Mrs. Gesstenfield To be Bnducted The 13th annual Installation and luncheon of the Miami Beach cha IT. B'nai B'rith Women, will b3 held at the Algiers hotel on Tue


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Quip, Her Nibs: "It's an \rab Georgia: '"The only ,,,. y • get a best-selling record y. is to be a chipmunk" \\• %  an encore and two bows on her (.rove opening night, modest Gei told her audience: ver optimistic enough to lhank-you speech ready." UNORTHODOX METHOD A:u 11 n \:: LinkletK r: In your "Truth or Consequences' television -how. you use an IBM computer to match your couph s. Pleas ac< epl my protest that tin* is unfair to organized marriage brokers (shadhcans) anil while your method. Art, maj be < ffii i< : %  isn't kosher Readi ol this column in the Massachus its %  n .. n ay be Interested in kn iv ng that Bill Dana, who • characterization of "My Name Is Jose Jimenez," is the son oi Dena Szi who 0 w n a I ridal sh< p in Quincy, Mass. VICTOR WAS VICTOR When Khruschev originally ti ured th( United States as a \v I(.•cnn guest. h visited Hollywood's stu ios, where he expressi objection, ayou will remembi r. to "Can Can" si 1 being >hot at 20th-Fox studios While in this area, he visited the San Fernando Valli j am! was 1 1 companied, at the request oi the t S., I 1 '. Victor M. Carter. Mr Carter is an old friend oi this .Miir. \\'e know him and his family well. Both he and liis father before him wenpresidents of the City ol Hope, among other major accomplishments in the field oi philanthropy. Hertz We!l Run For Beech Council Miami Beach civic leader Hal Hertz, one oi the forces behind the Lincoln I. tad Mall, is a candidate 1 n. i<... h councilman. HIT • eclan 1 he w ill m ike the economy ii Miami Beach "my majoi %  He recently stated thai "our most important goal is to keep our economy as sunny as our weal her." Several years ago, Hertx was among leaders in the fight against a proposed tax hike, saving citizens more than S7 million, his supporters declare. "He then became a leading force in the battle for increased city wide parking facilities. But it is as the 'Father of the Lincoln Road Mall, that Hertz will take his 1 place wish Carl Fisher and other men of vision who had the courage and foresight to plan ahead," they indicated. A resident, homeowner and merchant for 18 years, Hertz has served 1 three times as president of the Lincoln Road Merchants Guild. He 1.. member of t h e Presidents' Council Civic League. Taxpayers Assn., Bel er Business Bureau, Elks, Optimists, Biscayne Democratic Club, South Shore Citizens i League. B.iyview Club. Camber ol Commerce, and Temple Beth Sholom. He reside* at ">720 Alton rd.. with j h\> wile. Ethel, and two children. Steve and Pixie. Anyway, there were Khrush ehev' and Carter in the back seat 1 of the luxurious limousine, ami Carter was there because, lor one thing, be >peaks Russian fluently Suddenly. Khrushchev. during"his conversation with c arter learned that Vic 1Jewish Weil' You could have frozen over the Red Sea five times with the low temperatures. I understand that no; even two \v. wen exchanged alter that. Later, Khrushche\ made no bi nes about L1 a s ted to I' S offi being assigm I a Jewish guidi ., • Victor Carter owns S3 iblu Pictures stock is the ; : -' ••' the 1 51, H • 5 Los Angeli ...,,,,ih, United Jewish W< fund and hopes to raise a rec0] 57 .-, ,. 1 He maintains ininterest in the city 0 t Hope | and is a meml er oi the board ol directors %  ACCENT ON ACCENT Madlyn Rhue. who ico-starring Alec Guinness and Rosalind RUSSI I %  the movie, "The Ma1 rity ol One," reports that Rosalind's Jewish accent is perfect. This should quiet tho>e who criticized Mi-Russell's film selection in rtrude Berg stage roll i liculous." Rhue. born In \\'a>hington. D.C., is the step-daughter of Jerry Sampson, politician. They now n • erlj Hills ami Samp. :, member < 1 th< S ird 01 the state ol ( lil rina. William Perlberg, who 1coproducing v. ith George Seaton "The Counterfeiter Traitor" stan:-Richard Widmark, will be the principal speaker at the American Cinema Editors nth. annual awar s dinner in the Beverlj Hills hotel May 9. 731 Washington Avenue Telephone Jt 8-5401 OPEN DAILY fron e > 0 9 „ m "THE ARISTOCRAT OF KOSHER RESTAURANTS" CATERING FOR f-L C'CCA ONS Air-Cond. UN 6*6043 rre'Pork Under Orthodox Vr.-d Hakaj-i-uth 940 71si S--eet Lunch and Dinner Served Pidy (ANDLFUGH1 INN In The Heart of Cc:c .* G Banquet Facilities — Co:. louraa Henry Leitton V cj Beth rece: CIV to ripros vice RIVIERA UK RESTAURANT SMORGASBORD SI.89 ALL YOU CAN EAT! 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Jewish War Veterans, will have a dinner party Saturday in the Casanova room of the Deauvillo hotel. Sidney Brookmeyer is in charge oi arrangements. HAL HERTZ Chicago Leader In Charge Here Mrs. Milton Lippitz, national %  ni ol Women's j League, United Synagogue oi American, was in chargi ol the leadership training and public speaking courses given by the Conservative Sisterhoods of the Florida Branch on May 7 to !i at the I)i Lido hotd. MrMarvin Ghoos was in charge of reservations. Mrs. Lippitz, of Chicago, III.. i s an active attorney, lecturer and 1 communal worker and 1listed 111 "Who's Who" in the midwest. A tea in her honor was given Wednesday afternoon at Temple Menorah. 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fcday, May 12. 1961 vJewisti noradiain Pacre II-A Dr. Goldmann Decides He'll Live in Israel Taking plans for the expansion of activities at Temple Menjrah for 1961-62 are newly-elected members of the board with labbi Mayer Abramowitz (seated). Left to right are Maurice levitz, president; Max Krauss. honorary president; Leonard Solomon, vice president; Louis DeKoveny, treasurer; Jack BurStein, secretary; and Martin Kurzweil, assistant financial secretary. America's newest and finest hotel-the [SHERATON-CHICAGO km Goodwill Group Induction Slated Goodwill Group of Greater Mi, ami will install officers at noon on ; May 18 in Toby's restaurant, SW 8st. and 27 ave. Mrs. Frank Hoffman i* the new president of the club, which helps needy families of all denominations ; with food and clothing. To be installed as corresponding secretary is Mrs. Mary Feldman. : Mrs. Sarah Hirsh is recording secretary. TEL AVIV — (JTA) Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, declared his "readiness" here to settle in Israel "shortly."' and to join the new Liberal Party, formed here two weeks ago through the merger of the Progressive and General Zionist parties. Dr. Goldmann staled he is "not yet ready" to run lor the Knesset on the Liberal Party ticket to be drawn up by the party [or the forthcoming national elections, to be held in August. But, he declared, he would parlicipate in the election campaign in support of the Liberal list. The president of the WZO told a conference of Liberal Party leaders that he cannot run for the Knesset because he will be unable to c'iscontinue his many activities, as Zionist leader and in other capacities, in the short time remaining before the August elections. However, he assured the Liberal leaders that, when he settles in Israel, he would be ready to take up any suitable function to be proposed by the party. Meanwhile, he reiterated his readiness to participate in Ihe election campaign on behalf of the Liberal list. He told a meeting of the execu-1 executive units and functions of tie lives of the two merged parjiea—ijjew party have-batrft.postpor.eJ onflow the executive ol the new Litil alter the elections next Aug I beral party—that the goal of the Until then there will be two I new party plattorm is to achieve tionaries for each post, inclu a regime in which national intertwo chairmen and two general 3 f> ests came first. The naming of retaries ASK FOR MOST ANYTHING UNDER THE SUN OR MOON ^BROWN'S neAot£ i 00* H" ** FREE! Write for literoturt and new TRAVEL GUIDE listing fine motels from coast to coast, inspected and approved by Congress of Motor Hotels.



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iday. May 12. 1961 vJewisfi noradiiain Paqe 1I-A ll ^ ^*& -'"-SS^^^k m 1 Jk KW ^K Dr. Goldmann Decides He'll Live in Israel Taking plans for the expansion of activities at Temple Men>rah for 1961-62 are newly-elected members of the board with tobbi Mayer Abramowitz (seated). Left to right are Maurice levitz, president; Max Krauss, honorary president; Leonard Solomon, vice president; Louis DeKoveny, treasurer; Jack Burktein, sacretary; and Martin Kurzweil, assistant financial secretary. America's newest and finest hotel-the ISHERATON-CHICAGO Goodwill Group Induction Slated Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will install officers at noon on May 18 in Toby's restaurant, SW 8st. and 27 ave. Mrs. Frank Hoffman is the newpresident of the club, which helps needy families of all denominations with food and clothing. To be installed as corresponding secretary is Mrs. Mary Feldman. Mrs. Sarah Hirsh is recording secretary. >nght new star in Sheraton's galaxy of luxury hotels Air-conditioned elegance towring above Michigan Avenue, • king the Lake and the oop. Drive-in motor lobby. Lux%  y Tower Suites. Olympic-size rimming pool. Thermoelectric ifcubr in guest rooms. Extra alue: now Sheraton confirms the tte as well as the room. fo r -1-second reservations via \E S ERVATRON, Sheratons fi 'usiue electronic computer, call our nearest Sheraton Hotel or tMtvation office. Iheraton-Chicago 505 N. Michigan Ave. HOTEL NEW YORK CITY for important business and leisurely pleasure TIMES SQUARE for 'round-tlie-clodr, entertainment ami citywide convenience HOTEL WOODSTOCK Albert Fcmadez. Genera! Mgr. for top-flight accom iationt t x sen ice Cocktail I "• \ge -• R t •• luant 129 WEST 43 ST. for full color brochure tingles S6 %  $8 doubles $10 • 513 JUDSON 2-5000 for immediate cnfi'matt n of your WOIKIOK'; reservation TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Dr. Na-, hum Goldmann. president of the : World Zionist Organization, declared his "readiness" here to settle in Israel "shortly." and to join the new Liberal Party, formed here two weeks ago through the merger of the Progressive and General Zionist parties Dr. Gohimann staled he is "not yet ready"' to run for the Knesset on the Liberal Party ticket to be drawn up by the party for the forthcoming national elections, to be held in August. But. he declared, he would participate in the election campaign in support of the Liberal i list. The president of the WZO told a conference of Liberal Party leaders that he cannot run for the Knesset because he will be unable to discontinue his many activities, as Zionist leader and in other capacities, in the short time remaining before the August elections. However, he assured the Liberal leaders that, when he settles in Israel, he would : be ready to take up any suitable function to be proposed by the party. Meanwhile, he reiterated his readiness to participate in Ihe election campaign on behalf of the Liberal list. (The New York Times, in a cable from its correspondent in Jerusalem, reported that Dr. Goldmann said he "would relinquish his United States citizenship and .join the new Liberal Party in Israel. The Zionists leaders action marked a personal challenge to Premier David Ben-Gurion.") Deputies of the Progressive Party and General Zionist Party factions in the Knesset will sit as one faction when the Knesset is reconvened this week after the Passover recess, according to Moshe Kol. General Zionist leader. Wometco Exec Elected to Offices Richard F. Wolf son. vice president, Wometco Enterprises, has been elected to the board of directors of the Dade County Red Cross for a three year term. He has also been appointed co chairman of the Florida region of the National Conference of Christians and Jews for one year. Wolfson has been with Wometco Enterprises since 1952. He told a meeting of the execu-1 executive units ami functions of the lives of the two merged parlies— [juiw party have. bai.poatpor.e 1 unnovv the executive ol the new Li-: til after the elections next August. beral party—that the goal of the j Until then there will be two funcnew party platform is to achieveI tionaries for each post, inclul ig a regime in which national intertwo chairmen and two genera] cests came first The naming of < retamis NEW HEALTH ...with EVERY LUXURY. Benefit from the health-giving, rodioacfive thermal waters of Hot Springs and relax in luxury at The Arlington. Botha away all your aches and pains due to tension and fatigue... .relieve arthritis, rheumatism, and high blood pressure. Superb bathhouse in the hotel. Enjoy our new miracle, temperature-controlled, cascade twin swimming pools, patio and sun decks.. .dance ond be entertained. Golf on our two 18-hole Championship Courses. Finest food served anywhere Is the pride of the Arlington. All sports and recreations in Hot Spr in 9 nature's wonderland Including hunting, fishing ond La* Vegas night life. at the HOT SPRINGS ilfe %  > % %  •• -** \


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fidcy, May 12, 1961 tm isti FUririidlihiin Page I3-B J_jar liar Mitzvah morning, May is, at le Judea, with Rabbi Morris p officiating, i an e.ghth grade stuPonce no Leon Junior MICHAEL J"**S. ZJ> f ~. %  m %  3 JUDGE KENNETH OKA ludge Oka Runs in Fifth Race >f His Career coming councilman election me ti is the filth major camfor Judge Kenneth Oka. He Iran successful races for Justice of I ace in 1945. 1949 and 1953 [ n 1957 was elected mayor of il i Beach. He served two s mayor and is presently | ng a four-year term as counn. H supporters declared WednesJaj that "with hundreds of conventions meeting here annually, he I la point personally to greet land extend the welcome of the city I ndreds of thousands of visiI They declared that "during the 1959 six million bond issue campaign, he took the issues squarely before civic groups and the voters iried, immeasurably, in the successful passage of 13 out of 15 In the city's light against ''•<. encroachment of Metro's *s, he also took the role ol rship in guiding and intluenc• voters of Miami Beach. He • 'id the city before both i mocratic and Republican nacommittees, in an effort to the national conventions' tc Beach, paved the way for national conventions.'' '.-ding to Oka's supporters. bis term in office, he pery inaugerated saftey and campaigns with the coon of the Miami Beach partment. He has always I for a strict law enforcer to eliminate from our an : -irable racket and crumlements. i romotlng r.v.d commencing irticipation ol the City oi ch in its affiliation with • Japan, under the People: program, he has helped national and international 'ition for Miami Beach. A1 •' %  (> meeting of the American pal Assn. in New York. Kenneth Oka was recog '•'' %  with an award presented by and is a member of the school band. He has attended the TempleHebrew school for three years and Sunday school for tour years. His parents will host the Ki dush in his honor following services, Robert Dunn Saturdi y norning s< r\ i ter v Ihe Bai Mitzvah of ': b son < '• 22 ter. ] j eni attends the Cei r's rcl s scho The Kid lush will be hi %  • %  his parents in his honor foil servici -. Michael Kurman Bar Mitzvah of Michael, >on of Mr. and Mrs. Marim Kurman. will be celebrated Saturday morning. May 13, at Flaglcr Granada Jewish Center, with Rabbi Gerald Lercr officiating. Michael is an eighth grade honor Student at Kinloch Park Junior High. He is interested in journalism. His parents will host the Kiddush following services, and a dinner dance for Michael's friends Sunday evening in their home. • • Jack Breger Bar Mitzvah of Jack Paige, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Breger. will be celebrated Saturday morning. May 13, at Temple Emanu-Kl, with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. Jack is a seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, where he is on the honor roll, and a member of the Public School Patrol. He is also an honor student at the Temple's religious school. Academy Women Meet Wednesday Final meeting of the season of the Hebrew Academy Women will be held on Wednesday noon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of the organization, announced that elections of officers will be held, and final plans will be made for the journal luncheon and installation of officers to be held May 31 at the home of Mrs. Leonard Rosen. At this meeting, the annual con1 test will be held, of which Mrs. Samuel Reir.hard is chairman, and Mrs. Samuel Farber and Mrs. A. Hoffenbcrg are co-chairmen. In observance of Mother's Day. a special program has been arranged. In conjunction with the Mother's Day program, a surprise treat is being planned by program chairman and co-chairman Mrs Harry Kaplan ;:.:d Mrs. Herbert i r. JACK LAWRENCE RC5ANNE Mark CHRIS an :a Firsl Cla?s Scout in Troop 65, : • %  Sen:.:ol Ami rica. A rei i itii n n his h i >r will be held a1 the Bre er home S n i afternoon. '• 'in :l exalted ruler. Miami Beach Elks; past president. Mi1 ami Beach Junior ( hamoer of Commerce; pasl chairman, board of Temi : P ast cha:r \ ; mi Beach Z :>; r ,er of Bnai Mas ins, ana MI Beach and Florida Bar Tasteful and welcome electrical gifts have lasting \alue... arc enjoyed long after others are forgotten. So be a thoughtful giver! See the marvelous selections for mom, dad, brides, graduates, anniversaries — for that special occasion — at your electric appliance dealer. And for that really Special Gift: may we suggest a flameless electric dryer, or dishwasher, or automatic range, or TV set, or Other major electric appliance to lighten work and brighten leisure* FLORIDA POWER &. LIGHT COMPAN HELPING BUiLD nOAIDA ,_ *S** $) spy r >*~>0 C,'. I



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Idoy. May 12, 1961 *• Jen is ti fkridton Pag 15-A LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51987 RE: E*l ite of coRNRLIl'S VANI >I:I:\\ i:.\i'K 11. • i .i se K" NOTICE TO CRED.TORS All CreJ tors and All Person* HavI'lal %  • Demand* Agalnsl .-. %  ati %  Tun iirhereby notified and requlrin |.i. %  % %  • in) cla Ims anil d L, i, \ •: ma) have against tin ••|, .. %  i RNELII'S VANDEKWEN1 r.oj N.W. 15th Aw mi.. M i [, I late of Ii.ni. I %  .. i '(unity .In. In. of : lad Inn! \. .n file i he same In ji, t .. i 'ountj 'ourthousi i i*.>unty, Florida, wuhi i elg' J, mlii • I %  from the d. th I,.pu'd itlrfn hereof, he name III be SAI : \ \.\i'i:i:\vi:.\ii: IlKRT S< IT KAUF'MAN j in. K, Blsi iyn ilullding %  iaini. Flu R '.-12-19-26 i THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52576-A RE: Estate of i.c TISJ: BONNORONT Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS b All Creditors and All Persons HavClalms '•! %  Demands Against s.ii.i Itate: .' You are hereby notified and requirto present any claims and demands mil M'U may have ay.iin.~t the esItof LOUISE BONNORONT delased late of Ban Diego County, iiifmnii •" i the "oiint> Judges ot I,I,. County, and file the same in iii offices In the County Courthouse [jade County, Florida, within eight lleinlar months from the danof the |*t publii ttlon hereof, or the same III be bari ed. Kl.l W IRE B. Kl'l.lKKi: Admin stratrlx of Estate of Louise Bonnoront, deceased hl'RER, MACRER MAURER ll>. in. • -P.O. Box 2J7 I. !,.iii' lei' lale. Fla. 5 r.-12-19-2l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K'OTICE IS HEREBY C.IVKN that tindi tned, desiring to engage In fc-it,. under the fictitious name of tEASl'RE ISLE SKI LODGE B". Ti'th Si L'ausewa.v, .Miami Bea ends to register said name with Clerk if the Circuit Court of Dude kiiniv. Floi da. \s IE ISLE MOTEL. INC. 4 28. 5 S-12-19 DAyEHU BY HENRY LEONARD ||N CIRCUIT COURT ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA CHANCERY No. 61C 4274 II.I.I \N • TILLER ^ *. letilah) %  : 1.1. Kit. Bo ih) C TILLER, nknown, on are ir lered to file your answer abov< on or befor %  Maj 29 %  ik uf said court or bill i be taken aconfessed. pat< .1 April :' %  ".. I96J. i: B I. i:\TIIKKMAN. Clerk i t : K. M. LTMAN I •• BUty Clerk 4 28, 5 5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage in mnese under the fictitious name ..f I.ECTRIC EYE ENTERPRISES at N u i.M.-t Street, Opa-locka, Inter I to register said name iih the Clerk of the Circuit court of ile Count} Florida. MARVIN 1>. FABER I 3 STANLEY PABER I \' IRMAN I. PABER I :. |.U'I, KWITNEY of erkell \ K ,c Itney, Attys. |tti n. j for Applicant Unco n R .ad -. S.12-19-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52344-A N I:K: I? ite of BERTHA PRIEDMAN Deci ised. NOTICE TO CRED TORS All i'red! irs and All Persons 11. \ IiClaims or Demands Agalnsl Sal I -i.it..; ^"""• are hereby notified and req ilr p to !• esent any claims and lands \vhl ii you may ha v.. a | B I estate .f BERTHA PRIEDMAN •••' % %  d late of Dade County. Flor> %  to the County Judges of Dade •unty, ani file the same In their pflces In the County Courthoua In pad.County, Florida, within eight plendar months from the date of the P's! publication hereof, or the same (Ml be barre I HARRY ZUKERNICK Administrator C.T.A. \RRY ZUKERNICK It torn ey |'-'" I-in.' iln R tad llaml Beac i, Florida 5 :.-12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR^ IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE v No. 52023 *"• RE: Estate of ESTHER WOLF I %  ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Au Creditors anal All Persons HavJ B 'lainis or Demands Against s I %  state: You are hereby notified and req ilrH i" pres mt anj claims and deman Is PlUi-h y„ u mav ,,. 1V ,. ls ..,i:i-t the I ; oi ESTHER WOLF de< Dade County, Florida to the Co L""-' •-' "f Da le Count). and fl %  """ in theli offices in the 'use In Dnde Count: P t "n eight calendai • %  'si publlcatl ii ~-"'i. v. ill b barred OL IRI \ NEW.M \\ ( of I i ., P/^l-V BPRi .\s.iN. Al f %  "> 32, Florida >y ''tW!!jm '"David, let's buy this plot... It's only fivo minutes from the subway.'* Copr. 1*60, Oeyeou PraHuciloni LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52676-B IN RE: Estate ot MAX AI.TSCHII.I.KU l tecea Bed. NOTICE TO CRED.TORS T.. All Creditors ind All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Y..U. and each of you are hereb; notified and required to presenl an> claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have igalnst th>pstate of MAX ALTSCHULLER Uceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, ind file the same in their offices In th i Co int> Courthouse in Dade County, Florida with n etghl calen-lar mouths from the lati >f the first publication hereof Said c'alms ir d.n.andto i nta • i' .••!Iress oi th.cla In and to be s • %  • and presented i.. I, same will be barred fcfee S tioi ::: ; 16 ..t till 1943 lr ibate \ Dated May 8, A 1961. IDA AL rSCHULLER As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of MAX ALTSCHULLER, Deoeas) i KOVNER *.MANNHETMKR Attorneys for Ida Altsehuller, Executrix. 5/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business Under the fictitious name of PELICAN BAR & PACKAGE STORE at :?37 8.W. N. River Drive, Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of i lade County. Florida CARET'N L. CRAIC Sole Owner KESSI.KIt. GARS .v ROTH Mtorneva for Applicant 1998 8.W. 1st Street 4'21-2<. 5/5-12 IN THE C'RCOIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN CH\CERY No. 63C 11057 EDWARD W LOTZ, Plaintiff, vs. INTER-CITY FINANCE CORP., a f inrlda i nrporat Ion, ai d CLYDE LEVINOSTON, MAS MAKRIS and BROOKE TEMPLE, Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT ru; INTER-CITY FINANCE CORP. present address unknown last known ad Iress: i-i" Biscayne Boulevard Miami. Florida ami BROOKE TEMPLE, present address unknown last know n address: 4X8 Malaga Avenue Coral < tables Fl >rtda YOU ARK EACH hereby notified that a Complaint for Reclsion, Cancellation of Contract And Other Relief has been Hied against the natural Defendanti CLYDE LEVINOSTON, M.A.S. MAKRIS and BROOKE TEMPI.K. and INTER-CITY FINANCE coitP. a Florida corporation, not dissolved but not doing business, to rescind the wile of certain corporate notes and stoek certificates of INTER-CITY FINANCE CORP. ani 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 ET>VVARD W. LOTZ is Plaintiff and all of the aforementioned natural persons are Defendants with INTERCITY FINANCE CORP. You. INTERCITY FINANCE CORP. and KROOKK TEMPLE, are each hereby required to file your Answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade. County Courthouse. Miami. Florida, and to serve a copy thereof in Plaintiffs ittnrney, Leonard H, Rulim Metropolitan Bank Building, Miami 82 ila. not later than tht!'Jnd das 0 ( .v., ^. 1961 else i I '• %  • re %  Pro Conr< %  Default Judgment shall be entered Agalnsl l In the Col • iNE -A at 3239 N.W. 7th Street intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM STL'RMAN S il 2, 1961 tithe wise complaint will be confessed bj you. DATKI '. Ani II 19, 1 i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk (seal) Bj M .' WAI.AIMS, Deput> ci.rk 1 '2I-2S, 5'.'i-l2 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewlsli ner/dttaln solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3l f>05 for messenger service NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai i he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nam. of A. A. A LI.ST ATI'', and A A ALLSTATES at 911 N.E. 79th Street, Miami, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida EASTERN VAN LINES. INC. KOVNER & MAWIIEIMEP. Attorneys for Eastern Van Lines. Inc. 4/28, 5/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious nime of AXELROD ENTERPRISES at 117 >102nd Stre.t. Bay Harbor Island, Miami. Florida int.nd t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade foiint.v Florida JACK AXELR) >D REUBEN ALEXROD Sole Owners S'MEVIN. GOODMAN .v HoLTZMAN \ ttorneys at liw ::ts se\ hold Building Miami 82, Florida Attorneys for Jack Axelrod & Rueben Axelrod B) Sj Ivan N Holtsman :. ;-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious name TELLS ORIGINALS at 12800 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade County, Florida TELL'S DEPARTMENT STORE, INC la Fla corp > Louis Tell, Presldi i M : Holih %  • i s. -Treas. BERNSTEIN & MILLER Attorneys for Apolicant 1114 i 'ongress Bldg. ?• 5-12-19-S6 NOT:CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ONE THOUSAND BUILD!NO at 1900 \ Krome Ave., Homestead intend to register said name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit. Court of Dade County. Florida. IRVING PE8KOE BEATRICE M. PESKOE 5 ".-u'-i:>-2>: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CATu MACHINE WORKS at 2*91 N.W. North River Drive. Miami. Florida intends to reglstei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. SIE< I FRIED MASCHKI >WSKI. Sole Proprietor WE1.1.ISCI1. DOUGHERTY .< 7. MAC Attorneys for Siegfried Maschkorskl 5 5-12-19-26 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C-3370 IN RE Adoption of Infant Child Bj Martin Bartalls, Petitioner. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: Richard E. Rigdon .• North Carolina Prison Dept., Route 1. Box :!6 Jackson, Norl h i 'arollna You are herein notified that a petition for tiie adoption of a minor child. Richard Eugene Rigdon. Jr., has been filed in the Court b> Martin Bartalls, and >'OU are hereby ordered to appear before the Honorable Luclan C. Proby, .Ir.. one of the I idgex of this Court, in the Dade County ("olirt HOUSO, Miami Florida, on the 23rd day of May, 1961, at 8:55 O'clock A M and show CaUM Why said petition should not be grunted, otherwise the matter will proceed ex parte. WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court at Miami. Dade County. Florida, this ISth day of April, lurtl. E B I.F.ATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circut Court (seal! By:K. M. LTMAN, Deputy Clerk W. KENT JAMESON Attorney for Petitioner 174 NW 36th Street Miami. Florida 4/21-28, S/:.-12 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU. T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 4027 I. ISEPH <: KEN YoN. Plaintiff, vs, BOBBIE JEANE KENY" 'N. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Mrs Bobble Jeane KenyoO 304 Callow Street i' irnelia, Georgia You Bobbie leait Kenyon are hereby notified that a Bill of C implaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and y..u are required to serve i copj of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the p iffs Attorney, SHEVIN, GOODMAN HOLTZMAN. S48 Seybold Building, Miami 32, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offico if the cieik of the Circuit Court on or before the l!th da\ of May, 1961. If you fall to do s .. Judgment by default will lie taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Compla Int This notice shall be published a le County, r lorlda iseal! Bj M CAVALARIS, DI iuty < 'i-"' 1 SHEVIN GOODMAN .v HOLTZMAN iis Seybol I Bull 111 %  Miami 32, Fla.— FR 3-8721 t 21-28 !i -1 a IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PP03ATE No. 52317-B .N RE %  :,' ItR.'.-'I-: BARN1 %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i Creditors and Ail Persons Having '"aim...r Demands Against Said Estate You are hereb) notified ind required to present :ade County, Florida, to the County Judges ol Dade County, and file the sam. In their offices in the County Courthouse in Da,1o County, Florida, within eight calendar monthfrom the date of tho first publication hereof, or the sane will he barred IRVING BARNETT Executor SHAPIRO & FRIED : Attornej s %  :••> Lincoln Road Sni-e tilS Mlatnl Beach 39, Fla.—JE 8-6581 ( 21 .28, 5/B-H IN THE COU.NTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52361 B-Dowling IN RE Estate of MARGARET CHUTOR KRISAN a/k a MARGARET CHUTOR KRISON De ise.l. NOTICE TO CRED TORS To All i' %  -ir %  : %  .ind All Persons n u inn claims or Demands Agalnsl Said Esl il You ir.hereb) notified and required to present any claims and de mands which you ma) have against %  state of MAROARET CHIT.. it KRISAN, a k a MAROARET CHI TOR KRISON deceased late >f Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges Of Dade County, and file the same HI their offices In the ('.unty < %  ,. rl house in Da.ie County, Iirlda, within eight calendar months from the .1 it ..f the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred GEORGE l.C' 'AS, a k I OE< iROE Ll'Ki >K Exec K Goodman, Goldstein ft Pacsier Attorne) 193 W Flagler Strei Miami. Florida 12 19-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of UNIVERSAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT CO., at P.O. Box 3<-3fi... Miami intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. J. 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Page 1G-A •Jeistf*rrt& r Fhdoy, Mcy 12. [ty /$rae/ G/Ve$ Immunity to Ex Wdz/j ; : eaec*£ee/eic presadeni :: &• Amencca Friends, fie South Florida to Sponsor Solar Energy Research Project at Hebrew University 1 c -. ; %  • -.". '' %  %  %  %  % %  : ~ -. pan : I 112 L't -• %  ":• %  .. %  -._%  I 7: Cctwx**£ "aVeady *ai3~what he — 5-t re to say or> Eiehmann's :zi Nan i t-ve Naxi iecurity se*-. ce-s alMM ha testified at the S.-e-sef£ War Crime* trial*.; \ .' IMS : Hoett] bad staod : irini the -:' a. nat 2 000.000 an had -_-H %  chance Eichman-. ^ •ff-ynt! testified arllVl Iffferg, that %  -.rew he would h* retarded a? MM of the main war -.-r.inals lioee he has millior. vs on -cience Dr Hoettl testified • Ej ch mam had ziven the P r 0 j iho had ptrWiei .n cen %  -.-.on camp* a MM saying led by -p* • the Van r*aime -.-:'..' %  ">e :—e• be cc* e the tea ad K enea -d % % %  aad —e 1500,901 --*teaihihaaid ='=. de •'--ItM :;-=• < = s—e-* s* *t>e *e^*r energy c re act •Ihe I nat* > : nefic tac. 'tie* available. •• for Uw led Mr, Dad Pr< ; %  E The $12 millieo d.e'-e — O'ogrim. rt-ich JS ituafwi %  •ad • the Miami Beach n at i on %  Me m§ : %  HM i —ecan P' <-<:s ea'-- Varer-. ta aei gned 4 0 eor-c^e-e me cons-'-ctior *^>ci Praaa Viawii -* T*a graph Ager^f d sa*creoc--^-5 *0' sr-e*.v reason. He ;• : s "^ •a laatify -<* lhal s-5<-' hai --*—ec m imme—it| i "t— *' %  %  ts> s'ae< bt eo'ese %  %  %  %  DURING H HI U S I SEE II Corrtiruech-cm Page *-*. H %  • .-• Mr Mini ntcs .tha .the =:%  •' the .: • Far d not a zrea'.er -" : a .:~ I. .. .... | • • %  regards Ij i-.i Food Fair Gets National Award By Special ReecXEH V >F.K-Isome 1.30a I i Fair s :-. A Pfc it the 1 -.'JM %  pted t %  ; •: : :~ i -:..---:.-' pre190 ?:-: • dent Ljradoa B .' k %  The .i boeor • • %  .-* [ -.• stamsfl :rs SAVING: i A SATISFYING EXPERIENCE A raeeH s.--e • ; e s s cr P* C P' 9* < : : iici cc ; s*-'-c money. We be:.-. We see rttaw e-ery day at *r-ey J? ; :.. ... beaae c car -for a trip, :.. ..^ : : e cgrandchi aWu '•'• • k-:•-?. -e e-':-'-g H r d *e efjoy he : '•: "i ='• ~' e J -*^ e y a so *-' s paoc e •-'- it'l beca-se -e c:-:':" :e*= e : -' ~" : L = = "-"* asse*. V. -. ;:• .:. dVop _i c a-y cf c-r cc-s-:•'•':?s apan a sa v c account, ta about a mor*oa/ ce--acs just *a WASHINGTON (f) FEDERAL !..:: %  : ;.. • IT-01 if %  IMH i %  .:• :o:::s aarwoa n eowevtow Frcxn to THE HEBREW ACADEMY OF GREATER MIAMI 918 -6th STRKT MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR OUR > KRjftSEan • aEMENTA> DEPARTMEMl I s through 0* yeet > I MDOGASTEN • --'• 0 SH 5CHCXX DEPARTMENT 7 :.Mi t e LIMITED ENROLLMENT £7


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fridoy, May 12. 1961 vJewisfi Fleridfiairi Page 9-A Toynbee Equates Zionism With Anti-Semitism i ISAAC DONEN Launches Special |JNF Program \ threefold program in behalf Ihe Jewish National Fund has 11 ( • %  -. mitatcd here by Isaac Donon. ce president of the North Shore [Zionist District and district JNF |, airman. The program includes the Celtic : :ion of Israel's Bar Mitzvah year, the furthering of Jewish and ; ist education, ami promoting Jewish National Fund resources. Donen has personally undcrwritthe task of honoring Israel's Mitzvah year. A Jewish Na.! Fund tree certificate will be i i -ented 10 every Bar and Bas Mi'.zvah hoy and girl, according to j Mayer Ahramowitz. presi< PI the JNr Council of Greater u" This tar.gib e manifestation of Pantn's devotion to Zionism is I a small part of his history I i a dedicateo Z'onist and JNF %  r ?-ker," Rabbi Abrsmowiti de. red. re coming to Miami Reach .1 and a half ago. Donen was in the Portchester-Rye, N.Y.. -t District for 25 years, of lie served .is president and i tentative to the American • t Council. .. Finegold is president of the Shore D strict here. Continued from Page 1-A flung ghettos of the world arc to be gathered into one palcii ol soil in Palestine, to create a single, consolidated ghetto." Asserting that Zionism "was born of a pessimism" about the prospects of Jewish emancipation. Dr. Toynbee held that "if the Jewish community in the West were to continue to be an ethnic < —even if only a partly ethnic and partly religious— community, cc exisiing with the present State of Israel, it cocld hardly avoid fallir.3, sooner or later, into the position of being a political e'ependency of Israel." In reply. Murray 11. Shusterman, president of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Philadelphia, said: "Professor Toynbee's statement (hat Zionism and anti-Semitism stem from the same point of view is a shocking example ol defamation of the Jewish people." Habbi Thedorc Gordon, president of the Greater Philadelphia Roard of Rabbis, commented that Dr. Toynbee's "lack ol understanding of the religious roots of Zionism, and its spiritual implications in Jewish life, is grossly apparent." (In New York, Prof. Toynbee was accused of being "ignorant" of the essential nature of Judaism and of "totally misunderstanding" the purpose of Zionism. Prof. Solomon Liptzin. of City College, chairman of the Commission on Jewish Affairs of the American Jewish Congress, made the criticism at an all-day conference of rabbis and educators. Prof. Liplzin told the AJCongress meeting: "In urging that Judaism abandon its ethnic Character, Prof. Toynbee is in effect calling on the Jewish people to commit harakiri. For the fact organization" and to -protect Uni-1 sorted that 'Zionism's represenlais that Juaaism cannot survive' ted States citizens from involun-i lion of the Jewish people' cannot without Jewish people and the Jewtary identification with a foreign be regarded as applicable to Unilsh people cannot survive without nationalism." This resolution ;,-ted States citizens. 1 Judaism.") At the concluding session of its conference, t h e Council tor Judaism adopted a resolution asserting that the Adolf Eichmann trial. currently being held in Israel, is furnishing the Zionist movement with the opportunity of "identifying all Jews with a system of national rights and obligations." Finn fo Move Facilities ARC Business Forms has announced that the firm will move to new executive offices and plant, now under construction at 3500 NW 7i St., Miami, en Thursday. June 1. The plant will encompass 22.000 sf|. ft., and be one of the largest husine-s forms facilities in Florida. AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR ZI.11 IJXES staid KE, AI. ORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY 20AD, MIAMI BEACH SWIFT LUXURIOUS LIVELY SAILING From N:w York every third wer!: : S.S. Israel and S.S. Zion, stopping en route at Madeira and Greece From Mediterranean ports weekly; S.S. Theodor Herzl and S.S. Jerusalem (in season) • Stabilizer-equipped for smooth sailing V • Tempting, strictly kosher cuisine • Lively Israeli atmosphere Consult your travel agent w he's your best source of advice


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r. Kdoy. May 12. 1961 fJenisti fkridttcMi Page 7-B PTA Officers Will Be Installed Mrs. Samuel Hirsc.h. of Temple | Past presidents of the Council inBeth Sholom. has been elected < elude Mrs. Benjamin Green, Tern president of the Council of Parent | pie Emanu-El, Mrs. Max Handshu.! stalling officer. Jewish Education on Tuesday evening at the Di Lido hotel. Irwin W. Katz. principal oi the Miami Beach Senior High School, will be inThe meeting will also headline graduation exercises of the Bureau's Central High School and inTeachers Assn. of the Bureau of Beth David Congregation, and Mrs Jewish Education. Charles Rosenberg, Temple .hiVice presidents are Mesdames j d aca Milton Feller. Temple Emanu-El,! Officers will be installed at the stallation of officers of the BuNorman L. Harrow. Temple Meno-1 annual meeting of the Bureau of'reau. rah, Lawrence Scherr. Beth David —— — Congregation; Mrs. Leon Eisen-, man. of Tifcreth Jacob Congregaj tion. is secretary. Mrs. Helen Shevach at a demonstration booth at the Mental Health Fair in Temple Israel last week. "You and Mental Health" was the theme of the annual event sponsored by the Mental Health Society oi Greater Miami. Mrs. Jaiien ?. Ro?eir.ond wes chairman. Chai Chapter Will Induct Officers ai Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal, newlyceremonies Tuesda> evening |f'-. cted president of Chai chapter, the Mart : hotel. B'rith Women, will accepl ., ,_, ., |, a el iron, retiring president. Mrs Gerald E president. |j Max Kern, at installation District 5. B'i ai I Women, will also inducl Mrs. Flora Sinick Miss Helen S Iverstein. Mrs Jack Zebitz an ,: I oi ..'a chow vice presidents Mr. Florida Nurses Sponsor Sessions Florida Nurses Assn., District 28. j s sponsoring "Silhouettes." a study of nursing activities in 15 Dade county hospitals, on Wed nesday, May 24. il a.m. lo 5 p.m., at the Barcelona hotel. Sess'ons are open to hospital administrators, i ersonnel directors, | hj -.cians, registered nurses, and practical nurses. The findings ol the study made with the use (l instructions issued by the Division of Nursing Resources ol the United States Department oi Health. Education and Welfare, will be discussed, and special films, prepared by the division, will be shown. In addition, there will be panels. d : scussion groups and concrete planning for solving the "Nursing Dilemma" in the Greater Miami ana. Information can be obtained from the publicity chairman, Mrs Carmen Ross, director of nursing and nursing education, Mt. Sinai Hospital. CARIB IfePsf drs. Scherer Will Head Unit Here %  joj Scherer is new presiBeth Kodesh Sisterhood. ( [ficers elected recentlj In lames Nettie Petzold, first resident; Shirlee Sherman, > ice president; Lillian Bar* third Vice president; Yvette ( een. treasurer; Lita Rob bins, re:._: secretary; Sheila Rosentr< asurer; Miss %  '• Ci h< n respond'-nj s< rctai • Ann i'.: gament, financial • tarj; Mrs. Diai a v i 'i "• rding secretary; Mrs. Ben Hammerman, social secretary; Mrs. Esther Lerman, parliamentarian. Mrs Ceil Simon, historian; Mrs Herman Hammer, hospitality: MrIke Rosenberg, sentinel; Mrs uardian: Mrs. Mas Beth El Sisterhood i ingregation Beth El Sisterhood is planning a Parents Day dinner fi r Sunday, Ma\ 28, 6:30 p.m.. ai the D a August Memorial Hall. Mrs. .Jack Shapiro is president, and Mesdames Max Rappaport, Sam Phillips and Abe Chill are in charge ot resen ations. I .rresponding secretary; ShirSophy Paul, in: Mrs Maj j Levensofl program chairman; Kern, counsellor; and Mrs. Esther prog Polak. religious chair. }i,n. Sisterhood will hold a rummage i riday, May 19, in Perrine. ffair will lie a bowling parlay night, June %  '>. al CutBo< ling Alley. Lerman. Mrs Ruth ( rey. Mrs Ida Optner and Mrs. Max Kern. trustees. Mrs. Esl er Lermj pr< sidenl ,f Miami %  h incil B'rith Worm n, is day. LYRIC OPERA presents THE TELEPHONE SUOR ANGELICA by MENCTTI by PUCCINI WITH THE LYRIC OPERA ORCHESTRA BARNET BREJESKIN Conductor ERICK SANTAMAR'A Stoge Dfrtffor MJAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM PRAIRIE AVE. off DADE BLVD., MIAMI BEACH SATURDAY, MAY 13th Curtain Time 8:30 P.M. Admission $2.50 TICKETS AVAILABLE AT FROST CONSERVATORY CF MUSIC 1443 ALTON ROAD JE 8-7560 OR JE 8 2424 BOX OFFICE WILL BE OPEN FROM 6 P.M., MAY 13 II th9 Acty* DOWNSTAIRS ROOM SEVILLE HOTEL 29Hi & COLLINS Reurvitions: FRANK JE 1-7320 DOG RACING Nightly except Sunday POSITIVELY TWO WEEKS ONLY! OPENS TUES., MAY 16th! 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