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The Jewish Floridian ( March 2, 1962 )

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Sara Leitner, Hannah Cros
.. Rose Pickus, Elizabeth Leib-
/. Bertha Klcinman. Ruth
1 I um, J. Bernstein. Bertha Hiiscll.
..mile Berg, Hose Kaplan and
. -i brown.
dent of the Louise Wise
chapter is Mrs. Susan Keller.
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Spring Donor
Functions Listed
Annual spring donor and pledge
luncheons sponsored by the worn-
ci.*s chapters of National Old-
< ardiac Hospital stari with
thi jouth Dade i hai ter luncheon al
Ci conul Gn v Playhouse on
\ rlne d > Mar 14.
Thursday. Mar. 15. I h e North
Moose Honor
Past Governors
Walter B. Lebowitz and Edward
T. Newman, past governors of the
Miami Beach Moose Lodge, were
honored at the first anniversary
celebration in the lodge's new hall,
715 Washington ave.
Plans are now being formulated
to honor Miami Beach Municipal
Judge Albert Saperstein, who is ii-
so a pasl governor of the Loyal
Order of Moose.

chapter on Mar 2] at Wes bro
Countrj Club, and Miami B<
chapter on Mar 28 al the Dea
ville hotel.
ay di i '! he: had a h
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.:. Friends oi the Hebrew Lni ( the Balmoral, followed by ing Hghl againsl rheumatic and
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Moskowitz to be Speaker
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on Saturday, 8:15 a.m. His topic j
will be "The Dynamic Power of
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+Jenisti fh>ri&lain
Friday. Match 2, 1962
Seen at the Israel Bond banquet of the na-
tional inaugural conference Saturday eve-
ning at the Fontainebleau hotel. In photo at
left are (left to right) Joseph Almogi, Israel
Minister without Portfolio, and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Rudnick. Rudnick is chairman of Israel
Bonds for the Coral Gables area. In photo at
right are Miss Sophie Tucker, who offered a
personal tribute to Eddie Canter on the occa-
sion of his 70th birthday celebration, and Jack
Popick, chairman of the host of the nations
committee, who greeted the srrr.3 2 COO guests
on behalf of Greater Miami State of Israel
Bonds.
Israel Bends in $18,150,000 Opener
Israel Bonds totaling S18.150.OOO
w< re sold here at the conclusion of
the three-day national inaugural
conference for Israel Bonds which
was attended by more than 2.000
u legates from all parts of t h e
country. The bonds were bought
ir; honor of Ihe 70th birthday of
Eddie Cantor, who has been active
in securing financial aid for Israel
since Ihe establishment of the
State.
The conference marked the open-
ing of the drive to raise $66,500,000
in Israel Bonds during 1962 to fi-;
nance the development of the!
Jicgcv and to create jobs and
homes for the large number of im-
migrants now entering Israel. In
n porting the initial sale, Samuel
Rothberg. national campaign chair-
man, announced that Benjamin H.
Swig, of San Francisco, outstand-
ing communal leader, has pur-
chased 3250.000 in bonds in honor
oi Eddie Cantor.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, announced the estab-
lishment of honor groups of Is-
lael Bond buyers in connection
with Israel's drive to develop the
Negev. "In the Trustee class,"
he said, "which normally repre-
sents an Israel Bond purchase of
{10,000, the Negev Trustee has
fceen designated as a purchaser
ef SI 5,000 or more. There has
Kiso been an understanding of
he special problem of housing
for immigrants, which costs 54,-
500 for one family. Many people
have already enrolled as Negev
Builders of Israel by purchasing
$4,S00 or more in Israel Bonds.
In the categories of Guardians
(men) and Sponsors (women),
large numbers are enrolling at
the Negev level of SI,500."
Schwartz stressed the cen-
tral tj of the development of the
Negev to Israel's future and point-
i lUl thai 1m;uI Bonds are the
i .. source of funds for the pio-
neering development of this ana.
''Other sources of capital." he said,
v not available to provide the
' imic structure of
i Ni _<\ This includes housing,
water supply, roads, railways and
the other elements which are
essential to economic growth, but
not in themselves immediately
profitable enterprises. Israel Bonds
must help create this economic
foundation before other types of
capital c a n be attracted to the
area."
Ambassador Michael Comay,
hi arl of the Israel delegation to the
United Nations, addressing the
conference, said thai ".he success
of Israel's intensive development
is revolutionizing its position in the
world." He cited 'he ties of friend-
ship and cooperation between Is-
rael and these new states in Asia
and Africa. "This friendship be-
tween Israel and these new states."
he declared, "must in due course
have an impact on Israel-Arab re-
lations as well. The "new image' of
Israel at the United Nations and
in the world is derived from what
Israel has achieved at home with
the help of the financial support of
the American Jewish community."
Mr. Comay drew attention to the
great challenge facing Israel in set-
tling the Negev. "With new farm-
ing techniques, planned industrial
towns, the exploitation of minerals.
Ihe distilling of fresh water from
the sea, and the harnessing of
atomic and solar energy." he said,
the desert can be conquered in
the next decade, and the habitable
area of Israel doubled. This daz-
zling challenge will need great fi-
nancial resources, and there is un-
limited creative scope lor the loan
funds raised through t h e Israel
Bond drive.''
Eric A. Johnston, president of
the Motion Picture Assn. of
America, told the delegates that
the economic and democratic
growth of Israel had proven to
the underdeveloped countries
that they could achieve progress
"without compromising the prin-
ciples of liberty and the rights
of the individual." Johnston is
the author of the plan for using
the waters of the Jordan River
for the irrigation of arid areas,
including the Negev.
Abraham Feinberg, president of
the Israel Bond Organization, told
the conference that Israel must
i' u adjusl her economy to the new
conditions created by the forma-
tion of the European Economic
Community, "There is a real pos-
sibility." he said, "that Israel will
need to tighten its belt economical-
ly during the coming months. To
help her pass through this critical
period without undue difficulty, an
increased flow of Israel Bond dol-
li rs i- of decisive importance."
Louis II. Boyar, of Los Angeles,
national chairman of the confer-
ence, drew attention to the fact
that "the bulk of Israel Bonds pro-
ceeds remained in the United States
to pay for the machinery, the raw
material, the food products and the
-i i vices which the people of Israel
D< ed to continue with their econom-
ic growth." m t>
Boyar said thai from 1951. when
the first Israel Bond issue was
floated, through last year. S535.-
000.000 in Israel Bonds had been
purchased in the United States. In
that period, ho said. Israel spent
SI.600.000,000 in this country for
imports of goods and services while
Israel's exports to the United
States amounted to approximately
S425.OO0.OOO.
Max Bressler, president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
and national chairman of Guardi-
ans of the Israel Bond drive, em-
phasized that there can be no
future for Israel's economic
growth without the development
of the Negev. "But this enter-
prise," he said, "calls for a re-
newal of our devotion and a new
sense of pioneering effort."
Bressler called upon the member-
ship of the Zionist Organization
of America to enroll as "a van-
guard of support" for the Israel
Bond campaign.
Cable- of congratulations to Can-
tor were receive) from Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion and Fi-
Minister Levi Eshkol. of the
state of Israel. A special award,
isting of a plaque on which
was mounted a unique silver Torah
: plate with the symbols of
the twelve Tribes ol Israel was
given to Cantor.
USY Convention
Chairmen Named
Miss Jaki SUM, of Congregation
Beth David, and Mark Oianolt, of
Temple Menorah. have been ap-
pointed convention chairmen tor
the 11th annual Southeast region
: Synagogue Youth conven-
tion to he held Mar. 30 to Apr. 1
at the DiLido hotel.
Over 300 delegates, representing
45 l SY groups in Florida, Geor la,
. and Tennessee, will at-
tend the convention, accompanied
by 40 adult advisors who will serve
on the professional and advisory
staff.
Theme of the convention will
be "Justice, Justice, Shalt Thou
Pursue" IDeut. 16:20). Delegates
will attend study sessions on
"Ethics of Human Rel.'Ji.ons"
and "Ethics of Business Deal-
ings." Daniel Siegel, of Arling
ton, Va., USY national president
v/ill keynote the convention and
be honored guest for the week-
end.
Featured on the program will be
an oratory contest on "What are
Some oi the Most Important Things
We USY'ers Can Do in the Next
Decade to Further the Cause Ol
Jewish Life in America"" A debate
on "Resolved, Adoll Kichmann's
Sentence Should be Life Imprison-
ment'* will explore the issue of
capital punishment.
Awards for outstanding chapters
will be presented. Winner of the
scholarship trip to Israel this sum-
mer will he announced, and the
best USY'er award will he made.
Miss Stahl is a high school senior.
a member of the National Honor So-
JAKI STAHl A1ARK GRA'JOrF
i iety, president of Future T> hers
Vmei ica, and v ice pre sid t ol
the South Florida sub regi n <>!
I SY. She has been an live
USY'er for five years and plans to
attend the University oi Mi
Granofl is a senior at M i m 1
Beach High, a Merit Scholarship
finalist, a South Florida sub-region
i.i-t vice president, and has ieen
an active member of Temple Meno-
rah USY for five years.
Convention committees chair-
men are: Mark Mannis, Atlinta,
Ga.; Jay Levitt and Jeffrey
Mann, Hollywood, Fla.; Richard
Friedman and Barbara Segal,
Miami Beach; Regina Satlof, Co-
lumbus, Ga.; Faith Reinhard and
Laura Weizenthal, Miami;
Howard Freeman, West Palm
Beach; and Edward Jacobson,
Ft. Myers.
Murray Bern. Montgomery Ala.,
is president of the region.
United Synagogue Youth i^ the
teen age arm of the United Syna-
gogue of America, an organization
of over 700 Conservative congrega-
tions in the United States and Cana-
da.
Sisterhood Slates Spring Series
Si-terhood of Temple Beth Sho-
lom announces its spring series of
Wednesday morning courses in oil
painting, mosacis, yoga. Bridge and
conversational Hebrew, beginning
IK \t Wednesday morning.
The courses are open to the gen-
eral public, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Harold Gran-
off, projeel chairman. "The charg-
es for the courses are minimal,"
said Mrs. Granotf. "and between
the morning a n d afternoon ses-
sions, the Sisterhood serves a caf-
eteria lunch."
Teachers for the courses are
Bridge, Veeda Cromer; painting,
Reyna Youngerman; Yoga. Kay
Harrison; mosaics, Sara Austin;
and conversational Hebrew, Reiec-
ca Lipson.
President of the Sisterhood is
Mrs. Harvey E, Kramei
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riday. March 2. 1962
* Jew 1st fhMricfirtr
Page 7-B
Rubinstein Will
Appear With
UM Orchestra
- Rubinstein, one of the
greatest pianists, will be
iloisl with the University of
i Symphony Orchestra.
Sevit/ky conducting, on
and Monday evenings. Mar.
12, at Miami Beach and
.ounty Auditoriums.
. ly sold out weeks in ad-
s the Monday performance
e Auditorium. However,
ats sill remain at Miami
Auditorium for the Sunday
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Rue nstein, a romantic pianist
whe cono;stently avoic's the
sho"f elements of romanticism,
recently presented a marathon
I serin of ten recitals at New
Y Ctrl' I Carnegie Hall.
IV eda from these recitals
ert mtributed by Rubinstein to
franc charities, including Musi-
cian- mergency Fund. Big Broth-
ers, I red Jewish Appeal. NAACP
tegi Defense, United Hospital
i"unf lusicians' Foundation, Col-
gia School and Nightingale
Itamj I School. Mannes College of
us. Mental Health, and Polish
Mm;i \ssistance.
Rui -tein. now 72. gave his first
Ann n recital in New York in
,f06. I'D only 16. He was born
n L Poland, established as a
hih idigy at four, and was tour-
ng i ipe giving recitals at the
ige 1 He has since appeared
Holding the miniature "Harvest for Health" cornucopia is (leit)
Mrs. Harriet Salinger, shown with Mrs. Mildred Ives, both Life
Guardians of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. With them is (right)
Mrs. Charles Levine, plannnig final arrangements for Cedars
Heallh for-Harvest luncheon on Mar. 6 at the home of Mrs.
David W. Levy, 5926 La Gorce dr.
Sonja Balogh
To Play Bruch
Sonja Balogh. concert mistress
of the Miami Beach Civic Orches-
tra, will play Max Bruch's Violin
Concerto in G minor on Sunday,
8 p.m., in Miami Beach Municipal
Auditorium. This is the sixth con-
cert in the 1961-62 series.
Major orchestral work will be
Mendelssohn's Symphony No. A,
conducted oy Barnett Breeskin. Mi-
ami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka. or-
chestra president, will narrate the
program, which will also include
Beethoven's "Egmnnt Overture,"
and "Adagio for Strings." bv Bar-
ber.
The concert is free but on a re-
served seat basis, with tickets ob-
tainable at the auditorium from 9
a.m., the day of the concert.
Comedienne is Featured
Coral Way Jewish Center will
held its annual fund-raising affair
on Sunday evening at 8753 SW 16th
st. Featured will be well-known
comedienne Patsy Abbott.
Adult Choir
Will Rehearse
Adult choir group of Dade
Heights Jewish Congregation will
meet for rehearsal Wednesday
from 7 to 9 p.m.
The adult discussion group will
meet Wednesday, 9 p.m., at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
Muchnick. 19811 NW 5th ave., un-
der the leadership of Rabbi Harold
riichter.
A carnival festival. "Miller
Amusements on the Midway." will
be sponsored by Dade Heights on
Mar. 10 to 15. Don Hershey is in
charge of tickets.
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with all the major orchestras
around the world.
Rubinstein currently is cele-
brating his 25th consecutive tour
of the United States and Canada.
His 50 recordings in the current
RCA Victor list have been among
the world's best-sellers, topping
mote than a million copies.
This will mark Rubinstein's third
appearance with the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra. He
appeared here in l!).">_' and l9jtS.
Curd Party Sponsored Here
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 spon-
sored a card party Tuesday even-
r.g at the Workmen's Circle. Noble
Grand Beatrice Roihsiein presen-
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Menorah Slates
Annual Bazaar
Mrs. William Carmel. chairman,
and Mrs. Jack Segal, co-chairman,
have completed plans for the Tem-
ple Menorah Sisterhood major an-
nual fund raising affair, a bazaar,
proceeds to go toward the support
of the religious school.
The bazaar will open in the So-
cial Hall on Saturday night at 7:30
p.m., and will continue until Mon-
day.
Items will include wearng ap-
parel, household wares and linens.
Added attraction will be the all-
day carnival on Sunday, with
games and rides. A snack bar will
be open to serve hot and cold foods
and drinks.
Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood
president, and Mrs. Laurence Wes-
ton. fund-raising chairman.
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+Jew Is* nor Mian
Friday. March 2. 1962
:.
ranees
JZ*k
man
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
One thing David Catsman never lets his wife, Elinor, torgel i- tr-a
sh< was horn m Turtle creek. Her family moved to Detroil when she
was foui She attended the Universltj <( Michigan, where she in i
in psychology. Intending tc practice it n some form cor-c< rnir.. i I
dren. Bui she met David at i fraternitj dance while he was in ...
school, Three days alter he graduated, another important event oc-
curred lie came t<> visit Elinor on her birthday, bring'ng with him
a present an overnight case which he told her to pack, beca i
were going to elope to Miami. So Elinor finished her education at I
Cardboard Universitj of those days now the Univcrsitj of Miami.
She received a degree in education and taught
h.r two years. Then tame the war years, and
like a good navy wile. Elinor followed her
David around in Bo ton, incidentally, woi .
Ing at the Institute for P ych
Then baek to Miami they came an i the
fi>n "I rearing a family Ellen and .:
Elinor was most active in National Council of
Jewish Women. She attended the White Housi
Conference on Education, and this start her
on a course that later lasted a long time in
the form of the Joint Advisory Committee, a
founder member cf the Citizens Committee lot
Better Schools. Girl Scout Council ard Girl
Scout Leader. Interfaith chairman for Temple
Israel, and of course, the perennial workshop
chairman for American Jewish Committee, a;
well as Combined Jewish Appeal, are just a
few of the many activities in which Elinor is
[LINOR involved. She loves to play golf, and plays
the game with David who is tolerant on the green unlike most hus-
bands. They also play bridge together, and manage to get in some
family ping pong tournaments. The master cf the house usually wins
The Catsmans all adore their minature Dachshund, named Gidget,
short for Gidget Gadget. At last, they have finally trained him now
that the carpet is ruined. They love to entertain and do all of it at
home. Elinor is very domestic, enjoying cocking and baking. In fact.'
she also can sew. and has made some very lovely clothe-
Busy as can be, the Catsmans' interests haven't found travel to
be as exciting as their very full life at home. There are always scores
Of places to go in Miami, and they are always on the run. But Dave
manages to get headaches when concert time comes. He's entitled.
* + *
AT THE VILLAGE CORNER GALLERY
Charlie R. Jacobson hung his abstracts well in his one-man show j
at the Village Corner Gallery. In "Springtime." one of the most fas-
cinating. you can almost see the sunshine, trees and birds, and feel the
blue water. The muted colors of "Nocturne" encourage a quiet mood.
Leafing through the hundreds of peoples' names in the guest bock, we
found some easier to read than others. They included Michael and
Mildred Covin, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Levett. Mr. and Mrs. Natnan
Perlmutter. Sam and Belle Jaffe he's public relations for Joint Dis-
tribution Committee in Geneva. Switzerland Randy and Hannah
Palansky. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Baumel. Dr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lcttcrman, Joel and Bunny Meyer, and Raymond
and Del Rubin.
"Galaxy." in stark blue and white, gives a feeling of three dimen-
sions, ano "Spheres." done in blue and yellow enamels, should hav<
been on the television screen to herald John Glenn's greal accomplish-
ment. They both give an eerie feeling of space and the future wo
* *
ROYAL BLUE AND YELLOW
These are the colors of the racing stables of Jacob and Mary Sher
Mary has been busy moving and decorating their new apartment in
Belle Towers. She did the den in royal blue and yellow, with a big
picture of her and Juke with Sherluck walking up Victory I.anc. They
would have liked to prefix all of their horses' names with Sher. but the
powers that be in the racing department said this would cause con-
fusion for the public. This is why there are only Sherluck. Sherjoy
and Sherblue. Just think what fancy names there could have been,
Sherbrains, Sherdelight. Sherfoolish. Sherwonder The new horse's
name is Royal Score. Hope he makes one.

AROUND ABOUT
The Chicago Club held its annual anniversary dance in the Casa- i
nova room of the Deauville hotel. Among former Chicagoans now
Miamians enjoying Mitzi Gaynor and Cherries Jubilee were the Her-'
man Franks, the Charles Bransons. Jack and Edna Rosen, the Sam
Perlmans, Jack Klingers, Sam and Sadie Greenfield. Leo and Molly
Falk, Julius and Ann Shattil, the Richard Bergmans. Mrs. Mildred
Becker, and Ezra and Molly Finegold.
In the Party room at the Carltcn Terrace. Mark and Ann Harris
entertained 26 of the visiting firemen from Chicago and Detroit. After
a divine dinner, they went up to the Marks apartment and talked
and talked.
* *
PARTIES GALORE
The first thing that Dr. Hyman I.ieber and Juliet did after arriv-
ing at the home of the Dr. Philip Weinstein. jr.. was to kiss the grand
children, and to take the five couples who had entertained them ten
yeara ago at their wedding dinner tc the Carillon hotel for the dinner
show. During the gay Can Can number, when the giris dance around
squealing, Maxwell Hyman leaned over and said. "It sounds just like
my grandchildren." Teddi (Mrs. Mortimore) Steinhardt took Juliet to
lunch at Juniors, where she was so busy seeing people that she didn't
have time to eat. This happened everytime that she was entertained.
As soon as they got back to their home territory of Phoenix, daughter
Fran and her two little ones arrived for a visit. The timing was per-
fect, since her husband, Dr. Eugene T. Gendlin, had to attend a psychol-
ogists' meeting in Austin, where he was to present a paper.
Carol Barrocas
Eyes June Rites
Mrs, Ann Barrocas. of Miami
Jeach. and Sam Barrocas. of New
York, announce the engagemenl of
h<>ir daughter, Caro. to Richard
'hires Schulman. sen of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Schulman. of Coral
rabies.
The future bride is a graduate
f Miami Beach Senior High,
v'ii re she was a member of Na-
ionai Honor Society. Na'ional For-
ms Lea sue, and Octette Service
lub
Mr. Schulman, a gra luate of the
Universitj rl Miami, was i mem-
!>er ot the National Raiio-Televis-
n Society, a pi ., E; on Rho, a
neml i r the L'nivi rsity ol Mi
ami Band of I'm H iur, and the I'M
ipho.o i ticiiestra.
He is piesentIj assis ant vice
t Biscaj e F '. ral
Sav'nga md 1 i Ass
Tne coupi : ar.s a June i ied-
Brandeis Women
Planning "ASCV
Miami chapter of Brandeis Uni-
versity, National Women's Corn-
mil ee, will lie tending to its ABC's
on Friday, Mar. 23"A" lor art:
"B" for bocks; "C" for chapeaux.
Occasion is the annual Bonus
Bock Fund attair. and highlighting
the program of the afternoon will
l:e a lecture by Mortimer Wien on
Renoir, leading French artist of
the impressionist period. In addi-
tion, slides of noteworthy paintings
will be shon.
Preceding the lecture, while the
guest-, are enjoying dessert and cof-
fee on the patio around the pool at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. George
Graham. 37 Bay Heights dr.. a pre-
sentation of the latest hat designs
from Jordan Marsh will be shown.
Book Fund chairmen are Mrs
Joseph Cohen. Mrs. Jerome Conn,
and Mrs. Joel Meyer, president.
Ardnu : >
mttS. ANN BARROCAS
. BIRTHDAZE :
Babj dau ght( r, J o a n n e, was
born Dec 13 at Mt. Sinai Hospital
;o i.ucdic a.:.! Samuel Z Goldman,
3.-U5 La Gurce dr. Both parents
are attorney .
Fruktmans Tell
BertcTs Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Nico Fruktman.
B85 Bay dr.. Miami Beach, an-
r.ounce the engagement of their
aughter, Berta.
Groom-tO-be is Mr. Benjamin
Sleinman. He is the son of Mr. Ber-
nard Steinman. Southgate Towers.
Miami Beach.
The wedding has been set for
July 14.
Beth Shirah Hears Review
On Wednesday, at the home !
Mrs. Jack Somberg. Sisterhool
president, members of Temp'-
Beth Shirah heard the first in a
series of book reviews by Rabb
Morris A. Skop. featuring "Good
bye Dr. Roche." by Andre Souber
lan. A bulfet luncheon follow* I
and a musical program was pr.-
Rented by Cantor Herman K. Gotl
lieb. Mrs. Morris A. Skop lectured
on "Highlights of the History r
Art," illustrating with some oi he
recent paintings on Jewish themes
Water Safety
At Camp Noar
Swimming instruction and wa
safety will be stressed at Can- i
Noar this season.
The water program, und?r thi
rection of Yvette Cole, will ott
a lull Ited Cross swimming com-
from beginners through junior 1::
laving. Miss Cole, returning
Camp Noar tor her seventh seaso
is one of the slate's leading wate
safety instructors, having been ce
Hied by the Red Cross with a 13
yi ar pin.
Assisting her will be 18 qualifiel
senior life savers and water safe
ntdes. Campers will swim once i
day and receive a minimum r.
three hours of swimming instru
tion a week.
Camp Noar. sponsored by tn
North County YMHA. a branch >'.
the Greater Miami Jewish Com
lnunity Center, is now accepting
registrations. Sessions will be for
eight weeks, starting June II
through Aug. 10, at the "Y" bull i
wig. 14036 NE 6th ave. In charge
of registration is the Y's director
Donald LaBelle.
Chicago Couple
Fete Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Messe. of Chi-
cago. III., will observe their 60th
wedding anniversary on Saturday,
at the home of their granddaugh-
ter. Mrs. Harry B. Smith, of Hi-
biscus Island.
Their daughter. Mrs. Inez Kren-
sky. will be hostess and children,
grandchildren and great-grand-
children will jcin in the celebra-
tion.
Mr. Messe wil be wearing the
same pair of shoes he wore at his
wedding 60 year- aio. which he
has saved and worn for weddings
and anniversaries ever since.
Annual Election Meeting
Murray Solomon Post 243 of the
Jewish War Veterans of Coral
, Gables w ill hold its annual elec-
. tion meeting Tuesday evening at
I Minyonaires Hall. 3737 Bird rd.
Norman Levine will report on the
! post-Passover fund-raising activi-
i ties.
Ricart Joins Getaway Tours
Rick Ricart has joined Getaway
'lours. 1638 Collins ave.. as manag-
ing ilrector. He is currently plan-
ning a 31-day. all-expense paid tour
to Israel and Europe tor the B'nai
B'rith Women of Florida.
Alumni Club
Elects Officers
Newly-elected officers of th)
George Washington University
Alumni Club of Miami are William
F. Russell, president; Louis M
Barnett, vice president; and Sam
uel Z. Goldman, secretary-treasu'
er.
The club's fall meeting will d
next Sept. 27.
All graduates of any of the
schools of the university who re
side in the South Florida area an I
graduates of National Law School
now a part of the University, ar*
invited to join or renew their mem
berships.
MR. AND MRS. NAT M[SSt
UN Group Meets
Miami Beach study group of thi
American Assn. for the United N'i
Uons met Tuesday evening at M
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Loan Assn. Discussed were "H-
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/ rand ballroom of the Fon-
^ lalnebleau hotel was the set-
ting ii r the national celebration
i f Eddie La itor's 7')tli birthday
held Saturday evening sponsored
bj Mali' of Israel Bonds.
Mrs Jack S. Popick, whose
husband was chairman of the Mi-
ami host committee, wore a sea
foam hue silk ehiffon sheath en-
tirely embroidered with silver-
lined bugle heads and featuring
clusters of crystal tassels. Royal
blue laee featuring a floral em-
broidered pattern was worn by
Mrs. Edward Greenfield. Match-
ing colored iridescent sequins de-
tailed the unusual pattern in her
scooped neck sheath. .Mrs. S. J.
Shmerlson, of New Jersey, chose
a ji weled tone orange silk chiffon
sheath. She wore a full-length
gold llame brocade coat embroi-
dered with gold sequins.
Mrs Samuel Rothbery selected
a gold silk chiffon featuring the
sheer chiflon in a draped bateau
neckline over a matching colored
strapless chantilly lace bodice
Her skirt achieved its fullness
with high-placed full godet in-
serts From New York. Mrs.
Sullies Green chose an unusual
gold and green print of tissue
sheer voile. The print was cm-
broidered with matching colored
sequins. Mrs. Raymond Rubin
wore a nylon tulle sheath in a
champagne color with matching
-ilk satin floral pattern applique.
Muted satin sequins highlighted
the appliques.
*
LJRS. Jan Peerce chose a silk
" chiffon in the draped Grecian
style in a light sea green color.
Her dress was cut in a one-
shoulder style, with a detachable
hem-length stole coat. Her con-
versation piece was a circular
diamond pyramid, about the size
of a dime, which was attached
directly to the skin high en the
neckline. Ice blue porcelain
peau de soie was worn by Mrs
Samuel Beckerman. Her gown
was appliqued with alencon lace
and sprinkled with rhinestones.
She wore a warped silk taffeta
print theater coat in tones and
shades of matching blues.
Among the guests of honor was
Sophie Tucker For this occa-
sion. Miss Tucker selected a silk
chit on of muted charcoal, hand-
painted in a floral motif in colors
of bine and lavender. The shading
of the flowers was done in gold
leaf with gold paillettes embroi-
dered fur additional detailing.
Hit neckline was the decollete V,
and her skirt was quite full.
From Nov. York. Mrs. Abra-
ham R. Margulies selected a cal-
usa coral brocade with a foliage
design in gold llame. Her sheath
had a low V neckline in both
front and hack. Mrs. Aaron !'
Goldstein, also of New York,
were a periwinkle blue S Ik al-
paca sheath with short sleeves
and the bodice embroidered with
white satin-lined bugle beads.
Her neckline featured a modiiied
mandarine collar, and the con-
trolled fullness of her skirt was
achieved with inverted pleats.
Mrs. Vickj LaPidus chose an
unusual muted forest green bro-
cade embroidered with gold and
silver llame. A hiuh semi-cowl
neckline, pockets in a bell sil-
houette skirt and a wide self-
belt detailed the gown that she
bought in Rome. Mrs. Aiiram
Fox wore a back ribbon lace en-
semble. A standaway collar of
white mink and three-quarter-
length sleeves trimmed with
white mink cuffs were featured
on her coat. Her striking en-
semble was a handmade original
from Paris.
*
|u|RS. Anne Grossman, director
1 of the Women's Division of
Greater Miami State of Israel
Bonus, chose a sapphire oiuc
chi.'fon sequined sheath with the
blouson bod.ee. Mrs. Samuel
Genel wore a floor-length forma!
of lilac s'lk organza. Unite silk
crganza was the fabric of her
flowered applique, a deeper
Shade of lilac peau de soie was
used for her stole and matching
handbag. White dm.nil,v lace
over beige satin was the chi ice
ol Mrs, Julian Venezky. II. r
gown featured the slashed bateau
neckline and full skirt.
From Montreal, Mrs. David
Mindlin wore a white satin sheath
less fitted bodice of black se-
quins. Her white satin jacket
was lined with the black sequins.
Also of Montreal. Mrs. Burt Les-
tl i "hose a white satin creation
with a bell-shaped skirt. A short
jacket of emerald green, embroi-
dered with iridescent sequins,
and an emerald green satin sash
were her color accents.
Mrs. Max Bauer selected a
steei blue alencon lace sheath
and matching jacket. A matching
color band of satin trimmed her
waist-length jecket and was re-
peated on her Peter Pan collar.
Ombre tones of lilac in a silk
brocade sheath was the choice
of Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger,
Her jacket featured hand-appli-
qued frog closings, and she pur-
chased her ensemble in Hong
Kong. Mrs. Bernard Gingold, of
Chicago, chose a black and white
silk print. Shocking pink chiffon
was worn by Mrs. Jack Toppell.
MRS. KORETZKY HONORED
Dr. Arzt Slated As Speaker Here
Zionist District
Monthly Luncheon
Brandeis Zionist District of Mi-
ami Beach has instituted a month-
ly luncheon and card party, accord-
ing to Ezra Finegold. president,
and Isidore J. Riffkin, chairman.
In announcing the monthly event,
Finegold pointed out that "there
has been great need for organized
social activities among members
of the district and their friends."
The first luncheon, program and
card party was held last Tuesday.
Members of the committee were
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Siegel, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Grossman, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Rattncr. Mr. and Mrs.
Alex T. Big, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Katz. and Mr and Mrs. Isaac
Donen,
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Camp Executive
Visits Here
tii Berger. representative from
Israel to the Young Judaea move-
ment in the Southeastern United
States, visited more than 25
groups throughout Greater Miami
and Hollywood during the week of
Feb. 21 through 27.
Berger is a graduate of the scout-
ing movement of Israel and pro-
, gram director for Camp Judaea in
Hendersonville, N.C.
He was speaker at a monthly
meeting of the South Florida Zion-
ist Youth Commission last week.
The Youth Commission is the
parent body of Young Judaea, com-
posed of members of Hadassah and
the Zionist Organization of Ameri-
ca.
Among Temples Berger has vis-
ited are Beth Sholem of Hollywood
and Coral Way Jewish Center.
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Dr. Max Ar/.t, vice chancellor of
the Jewish Theological Seminary of
Ainenla. was to be guest of honor
at a hinlheon 'lhursday given by
Mrs. Harry Koretzky, 6154 La
Gorce dr.. on behalf of the Na-
tional Benefactors society, a unit
i of Torali Fund.
Mrs. Koietzky, who will receive
I he Seminary's community leader-
ship award at its annual luncheon
on Mar. 15 at the Waldorf-Astoria
in New York City, has served as
Tc>i aii Fund chairman of Temple
Emanu-EI Sisterhood.
Professor of practical theology
on the faculty of the rabbinical
iiool "1 the Seminary, Dr. Arzt
is the author of several scholarly
' researches on the Talmud, and in
19.")9 was U.S. delegate to the At-
j lantic NATO Congress in London.
His subject was to be "Im-
portance of the Role of Women in
Perpetuating the Jewish Tradi-
tion and in the Religious Educa-
tion of Children."
Organizer in 1956 of the Miami
Beach Training School for Mental-
ly Retarded Children, Mrs. Koret-
zky served as its president until
1P57. when it was merged with the
Hope School. She is also past pres-
ident of the Louise Waterman Wise
Chapter of the American Jewish
Congress.
Ratner to Chair
Hospital Drive
Lee Ratner has assumed the post
ol general chairman of the fund
I drive for National Children's Cardi-
! ac Hospital, now constructing new
; and enlarged facilities in Miami.
Leo Robinson, president of the
free, non-sectarian hospital which
devotes all its efforts to research
and treatment of rheumatic fever
and congenital heart diseases in
children, said he was "elated that
Ratner has taken the helm to raise
the balance of the three million
dollars needed to complete this ur-
gently needed facility."
"Now that he is taking time from
his many real estate and business'_
interests to acquire the funds re-
quired to fight the heart disease
battle among needy children, we
anticipate speedy success," Robin-
son declared.
Of the three million dollars
eventually to be invested in the
new hospital now rising in Miami's
Metropolitan Medical Center, ap-
proximately one and a half-million
dollars has already been obtained.
The hospital accepts patients from
every state in the Union.
DR. MAX ami
She is a life member of the Ho-no
for the Aged. Hadassah, Hebr^A
Academy. Order of the Amaranth,
Eastern Star, B'nai B'rith, Nation?
al Cardiac Home. Cancer Unit-
Corps, and is on the board of T o
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*Jen1st ncridlian
Friday, March 2, 1962
The Courier
Gov. Bryant Proclaims Hebrew Academy
Week as Dedication Ceremony Hears
Allen Goldberg, who recently moved into association with James G.
Pace in industrial real estate development, is happy ever progress Of
the Greater Miami Industrial Park at Krome ave., and the Trail
Dr. Herman Meyer, who headed the University of Miami mathematics
department when we started studies there 19 years ago, is directing a
pro ram sponsored by the National Science Foundation to encourage
brilliant math students in Dade and Broward high schools. The uni-
versity received an S18.815 grant for the much-needed project .
Dcre Senary, of 'Sunrise at Campobello" fame, has been named to the
advisory committee of the Jewish Publication Society of America, pres-
ident. Sol Satinsky, of Philadelphia advises.
E. Albert Pallor, chairman of the Cedars of Lebanon development
fund, presented humorist Sam Levenson with a citation tor his efforts
in behalf of the young Miami hospital The Jewish Reconstructionist
Foundation, organized by Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan some four decades .
ago. has urged a full-scale drive to oppose the extremist right wing
groups, in an editorial penned by Dr. Ira Eisenstein in the hi monthly
Reconstructionist magazine Israel economics consul Zvi Eadan tells
us that Israeli stocks are rising slowly following the devaluation of the
pound, 'because the intrinsic value of the corporations represented on j
the Tel Aviv market certainly has grown." Meanwhile, the dollar-linked
stocks have made little or no moves, inasmuch as they are basically
unaffected.

Fred Co* and Arthur Cantor, producers of the Paddy Chayefsky
comedy hit "Gideon." have been advised they are in violation of a 51- j
year-old state law forbidding the representation of the Divine Being on
the stage. They've asked for repeal, and the play goes on its fourth
thriving month at the Plymouth The Civic League of Miami
Beach's move to establish a journalism scholarship fund in memory
of Dan Daniels merits full support from Dan's many associates in the
Elks. American Legion and numerous other civic activities Surf-
side Councilman Louis B. Hoberman has opened campaign headquar-
ters at 9065 Carlyle ave but we haven't heard if his fellow members
of the Surfside Music Society will provide entertainment for the volun-
teer workers manning the telephones there Happy over the accept
ance of Westbrooke Country Club are developers Morris Fox, Sheldon
Kay and Harold Pomeranrz Next big affair there is a Mar. 10 all-
star dinner dance (The Yankees, maybe?) Failure of Miami Beach
to support University of Miami basketball at the box office this year
insures Jack Harding's move to put the cage sport on the Hurricane,
campus in Coral Gables.
The Christian community of New Jerseys Cape May county is
sponsoring the trip of Rabbi Yaakov R. Hilsenrath to the convention of
the World Council of Synagogues in Jerusaem next May Any talk
that there's no money around must have vanished as Sam Rothberg,
Lou Boyar, Leonard Rarner and company rounded up Golden Trustees
(at S50.000 each) for Israel Bonds and Founders tat S25.0O0 perl for the
American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem during a
week of activities climaxed by the dinner honoring Eddie Cantor
Saturday night at the Fontainebleau. Erie Johnston proved himself
a good story-teller, and only a Jack Benny could have been as fresh
and witty after five hours of waiting to go on.
e a e
There are so many political races coming up in May that one
wonders if the mail outpouring (coupled with that for the many balls
and banquests of recent weeks) won't prevent the anticipated penny
postage hike Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox are recruiting more Florid-
ians to join their group which winters in Miami and summers in Israel
. Leon Ell i.-. excited over the B'nai Zion testimonial in New York
which drew 1.200 persons. Leon says. "Why we had to put 150 on the
dais."
Leonard Wien, James Albert and Leo Ackerman are playing major
roles in the establishment of a national memorial research fund at the
Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami, following the un-
timely passing of Dr. Pap. Mrs. Papanicolaou is honorary chairman
. Pauline Frederick, NRC's able United Nations correspondent, will
be guest of honor at a Saturday luncheon at the Seville hotel sponsored
bv the local chapter of Theta Sigma Phi. women's journalism society.
It's almost a sure be' that Ben Novack will sell the Fontainebleau
to Col. Henry Crown, of Chicago, but there won't be any change in
management personnel Irv and Lou Pollack's rapid opening and
filling of the Nautilus hotel was one of the neatest feats of the amazingly
good Beach season Miami Beach public relations advisory board,
led by Jack Rocs of the Algiers, now pushing for resumption of a sum-
mer festival featuring an international regatta
Temple Menorah, under dynamic leadership of Maurice Revitz,
readying announcement of a new campaign to expand and modernize
the North Shore congregation.________________________________
Miamian Seeks Seat on Bench
Gov. Karris Bryant has pro-
claimed I he week of Mar. 11 to 18
Hebrew Academy Dedication Week,
and he is planning personally to
attend the dedication ceremony of
the new Hebrew Academy of Great-
er Miami on Sunday morning. Mar.
11. 10:30 a.m.. at the school's new
building site. 24th St. and Pine Tree
dr.
Maurice Revitz and Leonard
Rosen have been designated as co-
chairmen of t h e seven-day pro-
gram of festivities. Revitz will al-
so be toastmaster at the week's
opening dedication event.
ROBERT L SHEVIN
Pi Lam Alums
List Officers
Announced this week were new
officers of Pi Lambda Phi Alumni
Assn.
They are Robert L. Shevin. pres-
ident; Arthur Sheldon and Louis
Wcchsler. vice presidents; Larry
Mizrach. secretary; and Mike Gold-
stein, treasurer.
At a dinner meeting held Wednes-
day at the Sorrento restaurant, the
film "Operation Abolition." was
shown.
Following the official dedica-
tion ceremonies on Mar. 11, the
Greater Miami Jewish communi-
ty will participate in a series of
celebrations with luncheons at
the new Hebrew Academy.
A total of 14 congrega:ions here
will take part in Synagogue Day on
Monday. Mar. 12. On Tuesday.
Mar. 13. Hadassah, Mizrachi Wom-
en, and Pioneer Women will pom in
a Women's Zionist Day. Also sched-
uled are:-
Wednesday. Mar. 14, Men's Zion-
ist Day. celebrated jointly by the
Greater Miami Districts of t h e
Zionist Organization of America '
and Mizrachi Men.
Thursday. Mar. 15, Community
Service Day. with Exchange Club.
Kiwanis Club, Lions Club. Opti-
mists, and Rotary Club participat-
ing.)
Friday, Mar. 16. Jewish Fratern-
al Organizations Day, featuring a
program by American Jewish Con-
gress. B'nai B'rith Men, and B'nai
B'rith Women.
Louis Merwitzer will act as chair-
man when Dedication Week culmi-
nates at a dinner and ball on Sun-
day evening. Mar. 18. at the Deau-
ville hotel.
Noted humorist and television
star, Sam Levenson, will be guest
entertainer.
Following the ceremony, partici-
pants will be invited to tour the
new school, which includes 23 class-
rooms, administrative offices, cha-
pel, clinic, library, and music, sic
ence. and arts and crafts rooms.
GOV. BRYANT
North Shore
Lodge Programs
North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
will have a games party on Sun-
cay evening at Temple Nor Tanud.
Walter B. Lebowitz. program
chairman, i.- being assisted by Mey-
er Urist and Richard Bergman, of
the entertainment committee.
The lodge will have a special
program after its regular meeting
Monday evening, featuring Bur-
nett Roth, chairman of the Florida
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. who will discuss "The Dan-
ger from Conservative Groups."
The meeting and program, open
o the public, will begin at 8 p.m.
in Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn.. Normandy Isle Branch.
Monthly Meeting Monday
Regular monthly meeting of Ti-
ll reth Israel Sisterhood will be
held on Monday evening in the
social hall.
Miami attorney James S. Rain-
water this week announced his can-
didacy for Judge of the Dade Coun-
ty Criminal Court. Division B.
Rainwater. 38. has specialized in
trial a n d criminal law practice
6ince his graduation from the Um-
cersity of Miami in 1949. His school-
ing and career has been in Miami.
exi eptinj fii e years with the t S
Navy in World War II.
Active in church and educational
work, he is a member of the Crimi-
nal Justice Committee, Florida
Sta'e Bar \--n: trustee. Miami
Bible Institute; chairman, board
Of trustees. Tcccoa Falls Institute,
the interdenominational Christian
College in Georgia; director on
Youth fur Christ. Dade County;
member. Optimist International
and Loyal Order of Moose
His first paying job was news-
paper carrier for the Miami
Herald. He was later a super mark-
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* Jewish Hcridlian
Paqe 11-B
>
Gould to Chair
Cedars Bail
:.;,,il .1. Could, builder and com-
, ,iy leader, has been named
airman of the Cedars of Leba-
:. Hospital President's Ball, it
. announced this week by Sanv
r Sapiro, hospital pxaaMenfc .
The countywide function is '
,...- 28 and will be attended
itables in the w irld of medi-
vi -nmenl and communal
are.
Guest speaker will be Secre-
ary Abraham Ribiroff, head of
he U.S. Department of Health,
Sducaticn and Welfare, who will
fly from Washington, D.C., to de-
iver a major policy address in
rehalf of the hospital.
A builder and resilient of the Mi-
. ni community for nearly 25 years.
, uld has occupied positions of
. dership in a number of local and
ational organizations. He was
president of the Home Builders
,-sn of South Florida, and is a na-
tional director of the National
...-mi. of Home Builders. Recently,
this group honored Gould, appoint-
him a director for life tor "his
outstanding contribution to the
. rinciples of good urban planning
,-ind housing for the average man."
Gould is also a director of the
Economic Society of South Flori-
da. He has been active in the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal for some
yean.
E. Albert Pallot. chairman of the
Dade County Outstanding Citizens
Award Nominations Now Being Accepted
i th Annual Hade County be eligible for the aw aid.
Outstanding Citizens Award was1 .
by Sanford >'" .''"'-=> ;" -'-"' \
M. i chairman of the ShocM, publisher, I be Jewish
...... Floridian; George Beebe. n
aging editor. Miami Herald; and
As in the past, the award will Ralph
charge
SOSim M. UPTON
. ennuc! p.i.'ron
hospital development land, and
Stanley ('. Myers, board chairman,
. sen) congratulatory greet
ings to the dinner chairman, ex-
tending him their lull cooperation
in the forthcoming spring lund-
i uising campaign.
Approxima'ely 108 beds are now
'M use in the first three Hours of the
hospital, which is a community,
non-profit institution, located at
1321 NW uth st.. in the new Metro-
politan Civic and Medical Center.
Over S21.' million is to be raised
for completion of the top three
floors, w h i c h includes the Abe
Aronovitz Memorial Heart Pavilion,
occupying the entire fourth floor,
for research and treatment of heart
diseases.
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Miami attorney John V. Christie
was named this week to head the
campaign committee to return
r S, Hop Dante Fasc- II to Con-
fifth consecutive term
as a 'epr sentative of Florida -
fourth Congressional District.
Christie, active in Florida pol-
itic.- for the past 10 years, v
strumental in both gubernatorial
campaigns successfully waged by
former Gov. LeRoy Collins.
The campaign this spring will
mark the first time Fascell has
been eppesed in a Democratic
primary since be first went to
Congress in 1955.
Christie, whose brother Francis
,T. Christie is a circuit court judge
in Dade county, said that he v as
"delighted to have the opp rtunity
to work with a legislator of Rep,
Fascell's stature and reputation."
Referring to Fascell's record in
Congress Christie pointed out that
"he was active in securing Hade's
new deep water sea port, the Opa-
locka airport, interstate highway
for the county's expressway
systci .liami's !" n
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who in the eyes i i e judges, vVTVJ
ave perl the most out-
ng sin : tion for th i
i : Ihe entire
Dadi county comi iring the
preci ding yt ar
Aniual sponsor of the Out-
standing Citizens Award is Sho-
lem Ledge of B'nai B'rilh. Since
i',: inception, JosodIi M. Lipton,
president of Dade Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn., lias been
its continual patron.
Swerdlin said Wednesday that
the committee is now welcoming
the nominatii n oi outstanding in-
dividuals in Dade county who nia>
Brodsky Seeking
Constable's Post
Howard Hank" Brodsky is a
candidate for Constable District I.
He is an executive in the adver-
tising firm of Dade Research and
Survey Company at Northside
Shopping Center,
and previously
was a bondsman.
Thirty -nine-
| year-old Brodsky
was Chief Deputy
Constable D i s-
trict 5 from 1955
I to 1958. "and has *
had many years
of experience in j
the courts of!
Dade county,'
"according to his
supporters.
He feels that "the Constable's of-,
fice was established to help the
average citizen insure and protect
his rights under the law without
the necessity of leaving his area
and going through the red tape and
inconvenience of the Court House.
It is an office that should be close
hi the people and fully understood
bj all."
Bro sky said that he is a candi-
date because "the people of Dis-
trict 1 need experience, stability
,.i ,i integrity in the Constable's of-
fice."
This will be Brodskys first bid
foi public office. He is a cembat
veteran of World War II and lives
with Ins wife and two children at
1370 NW 175th ter.
Renick, vice president in
of news, television stal
Nominees can not be elected or
appointed officials wlui receive pay
tin- work- done "The work must b
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other than the sell satisfaction fo
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* Jewish fk>rldHan
Friday. Maich 2. 1962 I -=s
Zionists Host Breakfast Here
Zionist Organization of America
were host to a breakfast and re-
ception for ZOA delegates to the
Israel Bond conference en Friday
morning at the Fontaincbleau ho-
tel. Mortimer May, a pas: national
president of the ZOA. was chair
man.
Serving on the committee with
May were Jack Popick, JSira F'ne-
gold, Bernard Katz. Abe Rubin,
Herman Wcintraub. Louis Rudnick.
.1
Jp.cob Rifkin and Dr. Morton
Robbins of Miami Beach.
Abraham Finkelstein, of Chicago,
Bernard Davidson, of New York.
Sol Berger, Louis Kocko.f and Ben '
Berkowitz, of New Jersey. Samuel
Silverman, oi Connecticut. Joseph
Silverman, of Ba'timcre, Frank
Srossman and Jchn A Post, oi
Milwaukee, Morwhj B>n -t-.c is. trf-**
Detroit. and Morris Pollin, of
Wash:ngton
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
Mac and Peggy Mermell. directors of Camp Universe, discuss
with University of Miami football coach Andy Gustafson tro-
phies Gustafson awarded at the Camp Universe reunion re-
cently attended by some 300 persons at Bayfront Auditorium,
local winners included Leslie Winston, dauqhter of Mr. and
.Mrs. Stuart Winston, outstanding girl camper; and Dudley
Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Richter, outstanding boy
summer including George Mira, Eddie Johns, Nick Spinelli,
and other football stars. Camp Universe features horseback
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TO
A SEASON TO REMEMBER: This winter is one thai will remain
a conversation piece for a long, long time to come. Pre-season fore-
i < ',< nnvthino but encouraging, especially after what happened
here during New Year's week: the lack of a capacity crowd at the
Orange licvvl game, plent) oi vacancies at motels and hotels, and to
climax it, a decrease in wagering and attendance at Tropical Park.
It wasn't a rosy outlook for February and March by any means. Even
reservations al the hostelries were off.
If any of the experts had thought this would be the biggest season
in years, and when all the money is counted, maybe the biggest season
of all time, they failed to make themselves heard. They, like most of
those affected by the tourist trade here, never could foretell such a
season, not in their wildest dreams.
Now that it's here, at the peak, and no appreciable letdown in
sight, I wonder if the advocates of legalized casino gamblir.-j have
a leg to stand on. Tneir biggest cry has been this area would never
see the true-mor.eye.-1 visitors again, having lost them to San Juan
ar.d Las Vegas gambling casinos. But they are here in bigger num-
bers than ever before. It's a new cycle of well-heeled visitors.
Yes, our fcllov Americans 'Ins season evidently have rediscovered
Miami and Miami Beach. Let's impress them with a friendl> welcome.
' them the courtesy ireatmenl all the way down line, in hotel
ii- urants in ante traffic and on the shopping thoroughfares. The
:.i. the louder their praises will be tor Greater Miami
when thej return home. Here's the biggesl opportunity ever pre-
sented tt> the natives a chance tor an even greater future.
* -* -*
WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: It's "I.e.- Girls
Week" on the local "live" entertainment scene Yep. the fair sex has
taken over, and it'.- been a long time since night club patrons have
been treated to such an array of fabulous femininity.
The very first stage appearance of Dinah Shore in our community,
Starting tonight at the Eden Roc Pompeii room, tops the week's glamor
parade. Dazzling Dinah, a long time favorite of ours and a few million
other devoted fans, no doubt will step on stage nightly in gowns that
will pop the eyes of all the viewers, both male and female.
Her reputation for setting styht trends is legendary in the world
of show biz. And what a treat it will be to see her in person in the
Tiffany settin.g of the Eden Roc. It's quite an honor to have this
queen of song make Miami Beach her first stopover on the East
Coast night club trail in eight years. The excellent comedy team of
Pepper Davis and Tony Reese, plus dancers Augie and Margo, round
out the show at the Eden Roc.
Another fetching gal. also well known to legions of TV and record
fans, is on tap here this week. Patti Page is making the welkin ring
and swing at Diplomat's Cafe Cristal. The blonde singing rage heads
another top show at Sam Friedland's show-place in Hollywood, which
includes comedian Guy Marks and the dancing Bennetts.
With Mitzi Gaynor's record-breaking week now a part of Miami
Beach nitery history, the Deauville looks forward to another exciting
stanza, as the lovely McGuire Sisters move into the Casanova room
sp itlight tonighl Mi rris Lansburgh has given the show extra zip and
hs bj co-featurii i e oi the favorite young comics, Alan Drake
SCREEN BEST BETS: Arthur Miller's explosivt play, "View from
.....n view at the Carib. Miami. Miraclt and 163rd
SI Tl a : -i' 'ens Ral Vallone essays the role of the obs< i stove
and the feminine stars are Jean Sorel and Maurim Staph
ill entertainment.
and extraordinary dancing highlight "Black Tights,"
the newest reserved seal tenant of the Colony Theatre on Lincoln Road
Mall Cyd Charisse, Moira Shearer, Zizi Jeanmaire and Maurice
Chevalier head the wonderful east. How can any movie be anything
but a delight with the dancing feel of La Charisse and Shearer to the
fore'' Beauty and ballet at its best
"Lover Come Back" keeps rocking audiences at the Beach,
Olympia, Gables and Shores Theatres. Four big weeks for the Rock
Hudson, Doris Day, Tony Randell, Edie Adams lao.-jh-maker. It'll be
followed, next week by the much-talked about "Walk on the Wild
Side," with Laurence Harvey, Jane Fonda and Barbara Stanwyck.
"The Devil's Eye." Ingemar Bergman's latest cinematic venture,
is at the Mayfair. recounting Don Juan's return to our modern world
and his adventures with a young and innocent maiden. Title comes
from old Irish proverb: "A chaste women is a sty on the devil's eye."
Hold-overs and excellent: "El Cid," big. colorful saga of Spain's \
great warrior hero, and probably the best of recent historical screen
dramas, with Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren. at the Roosevelt.
"West Side Story," a sure bet for the Academy Award, starring Nata-
lie Wood, and introducing George Chakris,'at the Sheridan. "Judgment
at Nuremberg." another nominee for the Oscar, with a great cast,
topped by the spellbinding performance of newcomer Maximillian
Schell. at the Lincoln Theatre.
-* *
NITERY ADDENDUM: An honest-to-goodness wedding was pre-
sented as part of the show at Murray Franklin's, catching the entire
night club audience by surprise. When Murray Franklin announced
that because he couldn't give his star. Vic Perry, "The King of
Thieves." a night off and since the theatrical pickpocket had definite
matrimonial inclinations, he decided to give him a wedding right then
and there.
Mr. Franklin called the bewildered Vic Perry and his beautiful
bride, Karin Scharley, on stage and while the customers were still
chuckling at the unique "gag" situation, Sophie Tucker arrived to
act as matron of honor.
It was not until Miami Beach Vice Mayor Mai Englander joined
the wedding party on stage and started the ceremony that the Franklin
patrons actually realized that all clowning aside, this marriage was
for real.
Cookie, of the singing team of Cookie and Don, was chosen by
Karin as her bridesmaid, and Vic elected Murray Franklin as his best
man. Other members of the night club east, Kay Carole, Freddy Ross
and Frankie Hyers, adorned the stage with stanchions of flowers.
Joe E. Lewis, Dennis Crosby, Julie London, Bobby Kroll and Don
Rickles were among the invited celebrities who "dropped" in to attend
the novel nuptials.
40 Nominated
At Gulfstream
Headed by Mrs. Katherint Price's
Carry Back and Alberta Ranches
Four and Twenty. 40 horse- have
been nominated to the S15.000 Ap-
pleton Handicap on Mar. in at
Gulfstream Park.
The mile and an eighth race is
scheduled just a week prior to
the S100.CO0 Gulfstream Park
Handicap and is expected to pro-
vide a preview of the rich event
Carry Back, three-year-old
champion of 1961. wi'l h< ad the
Florida-based contingent and Four-
and Twenty, already winner of
three stakes at Santa Anita, ap-
pears to be the West's b(.-t pros-
pect,
Hatbor View Farm's (;.- rwo! i-
:i veteran of both California and
Florida racing. He mad< a trip
to the West Coast this winter am
was second to Four-and-Twenty ii
the Maturity.
FP&L Elects
Board Member
George W English, oi Ft Lauder
d: le, v. a elected a director oi
Florida Power & Light Co. at ;.
meeting of the company- board i
directors held in Miami recently,
A senior member of the Broward
county law firm, English, MaCau
ghan and O'Bryan. he is also chair-
man of the board of the First Na-
tional Bank and of the Fidelity Na-
tional Bank, both in Ft. Lauder-
dale.
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^ar As ; 7 ;r to suo-cribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for '" 3 asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Sas M.tzvah.
Reouesfs should be addressed to "Corsage for You,'' P.O. Box
297; Miami 1, Fla., one r"onth in advance Include the name
of rna 3ar or Bas Mitzvah, date and pia:e of the ceremony,
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for --5 occasion.
juc'ith Cohen in hi- h nor at the conclusion of
Judith Anne, daughter of Mr. and the ceremony.
Air- Julius Cohen, uiil be Bas
h on Saturday mornirm. Mar.
3. a; B th David,
w.th Rabbi Nor
\ Shapiro
latins
nth gradi
al Sher
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H Judith is
on lite liinur ml
plays clar
nel in the con
con band.
Kiddush in her
honor "ill be Judith Cohen
hosted by her parents following ser-
vices
Robert Radin
Snturri ly morning i ici s, Mar.
il oi %\ ....'.ion Yehudah Moshe,
. ill include the Bar Mitz\ ah of
i! ben. son il Mr. and Mrs. Beryl
;:.i(li',,.
Ral.bi Sheldon li. S'einmetz wil
fficiate, and Henry Gilbert, presi-
dent, will present a prayerbook and
Bible on bchall of the congrega-
tion.
Robcrl is a student at Sabal Palm
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H| ll
I'.tV W III 1 .- I
ii l- uneral H"in.
i: r I ii-;. nlent.-
:
FREOA R'JSLIN
Oil, of 1" Id NE : .'-ii I nl ''i I F
hen i i at ii i
N..I.. .-in I .i.- .i
:; U'rlth H;i sssih B i
ega t l< in Slsle' hu S
l.nnl Srninr I'll \ Sen r
v ami IH-nii eratl I
i i Sur vl vlns a I i i i hand,
Mi-. ..i H .- I I
I I;1 I I .- I
Rlla ibeth. ivlih Beyei I I il il
h i I- -..Ii\
DAVID CRYSTAL
;:.. (hi i Jan 28 .1 his A-intei hoi .
I 15" >: t II -..Ii HI.. II". > '.....'. !' I
".I.- eh Irman "f the boai Da 1
1': \ -in i. 1 no., 1 e.s o! v.
Ii .- 'II 8, suits nil-;"' '
.1 I". 1: 'll I' II !*"!' president
of Temple Israel 11 New 1:
N v ..11.1 .1 foun 1 l
i-:i of ii.-:: a..... \ m n -i 1 1
hei. for 24 > 'rs, i" 'ti:i 'i --ii 1
i' n ai thi 1 lei : 1
\ nrk. Surviving
Ida iwii -1 .-. P. 1' u.l Phi
two .in ishii Mr Vli
and Mr-. Melvin Nev
1 -
ii ...'. held in Nei v. r
Two of Florida's fast-growing insurance companies. State Fire
and Casualty, and its affiliate, Great Atlantic Life Insurance
Company, have officially opened a new 10,000 sq. ft. home
office Lui.ding at iz'-i ufc fbui St., Miami. Shown m taeir new
quarters are rtc p!r Kaplan (left), president of State Fire and
ementary, and has attended Po- Casualty, discussing policy benefits with Stanley Gumpert,
p.el school.
Libbie Blasberg
Bas Mitzvah of Libbie Allene,
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
<;. Blasberg, ituo NE 12th ave.,
No. Miami Beach, will be observed
Rabb! M.0rdl'.C"!.POu /"!,...?' FrWay evening Mar. 2. at Beth
Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max
Lipschitz will officiate.
Libbie is a stuJent at North Mi-
ami Beach Junior High. She is a
former secretary of t h e Junior
Congregation, a member of Youna
Judaea, and last year became eligi-
ble tor the Hebrew School Honor
vice president. 5'ate Fire assets have spurted from S169.343,
at the company's inception date in 1946, to the S2.C66.150
mark last year up 14o over 1959.
Glen Kofner
ordccai Podet
ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Glenn, I..
son of Mr and Mrs. Norman Kut-
ner, 7150 SW 62nd st.. So. Miami.
dun"- services Saturday morning.
Mar 3. at Temple Judea.
The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh
-.,-!, -indent at South Miami Jun-
ior Hi ;h
lli- parents will host the Kiddush Society.
Berkman Runs
To Succeed Self
.1.1 1-on M. Berkman, of Mi-
an Beach, currently serving as
Justii 1 il Hie Peace of the Filth
In has announced his candi-
dac> to retain the office to which
he appointed by Gov. Bryant
in June, 19 'i
A practicing attorney for 13
years J 1 Ige Berkman is a part-
ner the law firm of Dubbin.
Sell II Berkman and Dubbin.
II. a member of the American
Arl lion Assn., and the Florida
.\u lion and Conciliation Service.
A 1943 graduate of the law
sch;ol of the University of Flori-
da, Judge Berkmrn also attended
the Unive'sity of Pittsburqh. A
veteran of World War II, Berk-
man served overseas in the Eu-
ropean Theater as a bombardier
aid flew 58 missions for which
he received the Purple Heart Air
medal with three clusters, and
the Presidential Unit Citation.
\ : rmer pn sident of Tan Eps
Ion ii:; : r ,;, rnity. he is currently
1- president of th.' Bay-
shore Exchange Club He is a
er 01 the Miami Beach and
Florida Bar Assns., National Assn
ol i-is Council ol Ainerii -i
Civic League of Miami Beach, Mi-
ami I:, ach Elks, -he Foothghters,
Ol.-
it a r 1 c
JACOO R. GALE
L', died Feb. 24 in Trenton, N..I. Sur-
,\ Ing in.- five lugh.ers, lm hiding
Mrs. Kt her Sokolou, three brothers,
is grandchildren and I- great-
children. Services, were I- b. 25 i"
rrenton with Riverside Memorial
'hapel in charge.
MRS. ROSE HAAS
<::, of 1334 NE lSlsl -t.. died Feb 85.
NewTorkhl8urvtvriw are"wS^auflE be?'oJ Miami Showmen's .\*sn. Sur-
ters, Mis. Ruth Goldberg and Mis. yjvlng_ are
.,> r.i.>..... a sun, ..i.n. elglit urn.
Haven, Conn., -i #a n memb r o'
Anshe E.....s Congregu;Ion. s.n.r.ln
are threi sons, Mauri e, Louia an
Sol ii brol oi i ghl grandchl -
.11. i. Services wtre Peb. !: in i -
don uneral Home.
DAVID SCHWARTZ
;,:;. ,,f Tin Ocean 'ir Miami lleach
n. il I I. 17. A wint. v '-! '
Revere, Muss., for 3<> years, h.- was a
\\ mm '.\ i.i-
-till
-.' \ l. s v. .
n.-ial Home
i a
in great-gi andchldren
Feb. ii in I lejei I u
MRS. MILDRED MARKS
:.. ..i 712 NE HSth St., .'i--.l Feh lv
h- cam*, here !' years .!- from
\,u Vorh '"ii> and was a member ol
Vrlin.i h Mn he i 'ongi eeal..... .- n -
. i. nr- .ci. li--i -"ii. .l.r. and a
laughtei Mrs l- rankle Mill, r Ben
ces i F< I. -'. in i >or Ion I iinei ..I
Home.
MRS. FLORA ROSENTHAL
.;n. of NE 123rd lei .ii- .1 I Ii -' '
She i- on. h.- in an* ag fn
L'oloi Ida, S.A., an I a- a
.f Temple Isia.-l Si n i> Ing nri
lauphter, Mrs Intrld Friedman
a Brandon -i >
in Be; r Funeral 1 Imne
Marvin, and his molhi -- >ic. wen
Peb. I'.' in l '"'!" P mei a! Home.
MRS. ESTELLA M. McCALLUM
;; .,i Jin ;.-i st., died Feb. 1. Sh
:,,,,,. here '. irs ag" '"" l'
hart, Surviving Is her son. H:i. \ h
_H Vlillei .in Mi.hi Keaeh I'olt.
.. ,- ^, ; .. i ill Wlnlel
with Riversl
in charge.
Memnrli I 'hai I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMIi_
"flORIDAIN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 2135
H >A ; PARR,
I'laintllf,
Wll.l.l \\l ALBERT PARR,
I 'i f. ndant. \
SUI r FOR DIVORCE
Ii i (I'll I.I AM ALBERT PARR
117 Fail in.mi a. en .
.-i.r!'i 1.1ike.
Qu< bee, "anaila
V.. i. WILLIAM ALBERT PARR,
are h. r by notified thai Uiil if
'.ii plain, for Divorce 1ms been filed
i- ..mm .-.ii. ami you are required ';>
Aerve ~i. copy you-r Anawei a'
'l-acling t.i th.- inn of Complain! on
the I'l limifs attorney, FINKEL
AM) ELK1N, 618 Dade Federal Build-
ing, lai E. Plagler St., Miami :vi.
Florida an l file ill.- original Answer
i.r Pleading in th.- nffi.-. ,.f th" rier:<
hi' the Circuit c.iurt .ai 9th 'I "I April, 1962, If you fail I
do go, judgment by default ..ill m*
taken against you for the rellel
manded in the Bill ->f Complalnl
Thli ii..til-.- .shall In- published once
each week for foul......isecutlve
n T"K ,|KU-|.-'U PI "li 'I \V
DONE AM' ORDERED at V
I I l.l i. I .11.- I'M.i ...... "I I- .'.'. .... .
A. I>. I!i62.
!: i: LEATHERM \N. I'ierk.
i'" r. I.i!. '" .i.i .. blorl
li l:> K. M. I.VMAN
1 '.,. II. I'l- : ',v
:::: .:
member
he
..ml
Feh -'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
f-LORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 528668 C
IN RE Estate !"
\ \'I'll.w X TR M MAN.
I ... .1
but; Alts Edna Uour- NOTICE O- INTENTION TO M AK
i .....tiildren and four greai application ford st ributio'.
nui'l.-hililren Servie-s were in N< and final DISCHARGE
. ilh 1...... I I el } .Vi i'|'11 '!: i. h. i. hat I
MRS. ANNA GINSBERG
.-. >( ::i: SW 27th nvi .. "i' l>. "
Shi i am. ii.-:.' i. year* ago n oni Ni
V'ork Surviving are her husband,
vi ihim; a n, !>.. N. b'tuurl Oil-
: side M.m" ial 'ha
I
and Temple Beth Sholom. He is
, ... a member 01 ;he Miami Bea h
er oi Commerce, Miami
Bea I ixp :- Assn., and the
American Legi
.in Berkman, a resident of
Dade county since in-is. lives al
531 W 51sl St., with his wife and
tv o children.
MRS. ANNETTE SYMONS
,\ ,.f im.ii NE IT T I Kl il eil I
m I..- ... -i ear a
foui imn, i nd is a nn
,,f Tempi. Beth El >
ler hti-band, I 'assel lers, In
Mi > Sai i i: m tve.i
lirothi I ii 'ltli in-: Abe L'oopi I
.... i Si r\ i' weri I'Vb .'- !
':. yel I- uuenil lb
SIDNEY BLOOM
.1. ,.f Meri.lin M i "'" '
|i a Kih _: : le was i Inxl dri>
Smvh \i.nh m
I.i Kistels, Mr- Si.ll Hidl.1l
.'-': I
ivel'i Fell i II III
II, ...... al ''li ii" I, I
ABRAHAM JAN'N
;.; f 715 Euclid ivi Ml ml Iteael
lie cum.
ii, Ni .. Vork Sui
ii, wire, is; hi r, a ill '
. i ii
,i,.i, h ;.i Si r\ .'.-
\, u > iirk .. ah '
Hlversidi Mi 'hapel.
RiJH'N SAOER
*41n SW 22nd ler 'li' 'I i
ie hen
ltl\
'1
GEORGE KAPLAN
;- ,.| otl ivi d I
n -. :-.'- fr..... -
"i nnil .' is a me i ban I Survivin
,i,. i .- wife, llessl. two sons, In-
ll ;. i il.....laughtei -. an i
M Franc. I'lH.-i S'
... .. ,. i'. ii in llr 11 i.i. Mi -
i n 11 >
MORRIS KWINT
,, t ii !i ||i ,' nn I>:mI. died Feh I'l
II. hel io y
i'..i nil N.J., and was I
lun Hi was a nn
il
iVurket's Sum lviiig un hi '
h IB '
: Se
ioi'iliin Fun. i
NATHAN PACKAR
14 !'
irs i i

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I si ... in I!, ii Ii I i i >>wni -
l ...
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.. ii Vlai In: a broil i
i. Fi
I i-:.
\iRS. ANNA STARR
11V.
Pars
Ve.l ill N.Y

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I: \ I i III. I'H
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MEYER l '
14, of
I iiim- b.-re ltl i i
i, an lr- '
In.-. ;: M' -
! II.IS. (I
.... New \ ork
: nts bj l;
M, urn s nl
lii
HAROLD LISINSKY
,.i .'i-.'i Hani '- a' h'
I Kelt 13. He i ame lure in
N, ^".. k ..a I IS i" .1
Sui-vivtii fe. Au-
i"; .i won, Mb hael a b tin
I,., in.>tli. r Perviei we:< I l> 15
i, R|i ,' life Ml m"i Ial >'lia;.. I, N'.r-
111111111. i
filed ill 1 :''i Ki i"-i and Petl i
for I' ii and Final V
\< Executrix !' Ihe ee a li v-
IAN S TRAl'MAN. riti ml
iiim the 'th 'la> of Man
u 111 a; :!. i" he
nty, 1-iorl
ipp ival aid Fl il Report

as I v Irix ol thi
'..... ni ':--'-
i
I i; \.\i'i:.; I- TIS \l M VN
.
I nix \: '-
:
NOTiCE OF APPLICAT.ON
FOR TAX DEED
ale 2T722 Acts of '
File A-234SS
l' VI-'N I
: hall.i '
i el
.i \
inii n mj

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es th.
rojicrt) i the t'ouiil f Da S
: >i
p el'
. .:.-..!" [in i
! id,
i
li:. assess i 'iii "i ail it
n,lei He was ii
ii .
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loo a 'a
vvlilib
i...i -in- j- li da

E '. LEATHERMAN
:
l:. i: M
I >el>ul> i 'li 11.
: J '
Students of the Hebrew Academy observed Green, William Greenberg. Jacqueline KeH-
George Washington's birthday at a special
assembly last week. Shown are Robert Rein-
hard as George Washington and Lenore Bien-
enield as Chancellor Livingston. Others in the
program were Sylvia Aisenstadt, Rebecca Ba-
ner. Randy Kout, Jeremy Luchins. Shelleylyn
Muchnik, Harry Peters, Soryl Schrieber, How-
ard Seil, Roberta Simon. Moshe Sukenik, Ja-
cob Weiss. Howard Wittels, Richard Zelko-
witz, Karen Zuckerman. Rabbi Alexander S.
CHARLES R. RUBINS
.'.7. ..f l '. u.i-!. iii' m a.. died Feb.
IS, He came here '.|| years aso from
\... V'.rk and was a luggage Bijles-
n.iti sin \ h Ing in iis .. ii. 'la a.
ui'l a son, .i ick Fi b
ii under direction of Riverside Me-
il Chapel, Alton rd
l P..
NOT.C- OF
W VRF.SOUSEMAN'S SALE
\ 'ili'i: IS HEREBY IIVEN I
hj vir( ; il Chapter ': ol I
Statutes A imitated HMD, War
li.,.,.- .men an I Warehoj.-e !'
, |i ,in Ai'l'-l: I'.. V \N LINKS. INC
:i Fli ri la coi por illon, b> vlrtui
ho se lien, has In Its on
the follow Ing 'I scribed "i" rt> :
Household .;.....Is Ag I i : i i|i
i- Blma Markln, 1985 I' Drive, Ml-
iml Beach. and thai on the 23i 'I d
of Match, i'"i'-'. during the legal ho -
il, mainly bet eeti 11: I fore-
n ...n .hi I -_':.' in the ,. at
21S6 N.W. 24th Avenue. Miami, rlor-
i !. the undeisigned hall I i
-a'., to th. hlghi st 1
She
bouri, Marcia Bastacky, Baylene Begin. Linda Gross, principal of the Academy, introduce^
Ehrenreich, Gary Evans, Albi-3 Galbut._ Larry the program.
Genet. Steven Gerson. Rhena Givner, jeifrey
MRS. GOLDIE ORETSKY
if '.", 1 SW ".1st pi., die I Pel.........
here ii years ago from in hand the above deserlb I
iklyn, N.V bi I membei of th ..... 15 of Sura Markln, !''
Friendship i'l b ol Plagler-liranada ii... L>rlve, Miami Beach
- Date.1 at Miami. Hotida. this 2')tti
Mrs. Sylvl la> .....
in.l fl ii'E-R.B. VAN 1
'-'-**. '. i


Page 14-B
vjenisfi ffnriaHjtr
Friday, March 2, 1962
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICF UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni (TICK I.- HEIti-.IO iil\ K.N I ha I
tli. inch i- in
biiM! ess un.i.
Gl'ARDIA.N HO IA1XTKN \X
D N u 2 ith \ M o n
Intends to 11 gist, r mid I
the ''li i k of th< I 'li in i "out i ul l 'adi
C
I (ATE1
MILTi (X KIXI:
SHELDON DVBLER
Attorne) Applicant
824 l. ii. o n Rd Miami Hi < Fla
2 16-23, 3 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN al
tli. undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under thi fictitious imm<
I- LORIDA CilAIR CO at N W
JBth Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
tli. Circuit Court of Dade County,
Fl Ida
Cl >MF< IRT CRAFT IXC.
in l-'l.i Corp.)
Sole i >w Iti-l
2 16-23, 3 -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Xi 'TICK IS HEREBY i IIVEX thai
tli. esiring I el Be In
business in
\\ ll> .LKSALE HARRY, IXC .1 li .1
I \.'ll CLCR PATH al >' '
1. ... k. 1; m ami, Kloi 1 la
Intel said name >> iili the
... 1
Count). 1- orida.
WHOLESALE HARRY', IXC.
HARRY 1 CHol'CHHRIE, IT. -
MARJOR1E l- CHorCHERIK, S.
II I F1SCHBACH
Attornej foi Applicant
IS West Klagl. r sit. t
Ni.imi 82, Florida
2 9-16-23, 3 -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 360 (EATON)
JAMES A WELKER, JR..
Plaintiff,
BARAH JAM: WELKER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T' I BARAH .IANI-: WELKER
Uesid*-mv Unknown
You, BARAH JANE WELKER, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required t"
aerve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, F. E. Qott-
har.lt of Ootthardt, Christie & Shep-
ar.l, 400 Alnsley Building. Miami 82,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
12th day ..f March, 1962. If you fall
to do so, judgement by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of I'omplaint.
This notice .-hall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this -'ml day of February,
A.D. 1962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(-.all Bj M CAVALARIS,
Deputy Clerk
F. E. Gotthnrdt "f Ootthardt,
Christie A Shepard
400 Alnsley Building
Miami 32. Kla. Fit :
Attorney for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n thai
-. 1. -
1
.1 Mil I.....li
... dfctinl '
: the 1 "lei l< "I
Bade Coun
I'-TOTE M BEACH CORP
Irvl 1 Tesldi nt
ANIEL SEPLER
Hi..1. ah 1>i v.
II all uh 1
Ml) I ,} foi 1"-T ite'ni li. .0 li 1'"' P
:: hai i M Se|..... C unsi
1-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1966
DIANNE E, FROST,
Plali I
\ H
II li i.M \s 1: I-1:
Defei
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T( 1 II I. I.VI VS 1: I .:. 1ST
1
N Y.
I I'll. '.MAS i: I II 1ST. Ill 1
l,\ notified 1I1.' 11 Hill of Compl
>.
anil you i
'
M. K
K. 4th Avi Hialeah. Kloi li.....
ih. "i iglnul Aiish .1 ..1 1" adlug In
Hi. 1 tin Clerk of th. 1 '1
; mi or ihi 2nd daj
A] 1 I, :: 11 -'U fail to do
.\ III be laki 11
against you foi thi el rti mande I
' in Ih. I llll 01 Con pi
This notice shall he published once
iv. ,1, foi four 1 -' llvi weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I iNE AM I 1 (Rl IKRE1 I at Mian I,
Forldn, t l.i> 2 ird da} of I- ebruar}.
A l> 1982
E 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Plorida
seal) B} M CAYALARI8,
11. put} Clerk
CHARLESM. KELLY
1.12a E. 4th Avenue
Hialea h, I lorlda
Attorney for Plaintiff
3 2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1272
Walter c deli >aj> i,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BERENICE 11 11 >A 1 lELGAl '.
I lefendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: BERENICE OCHOA DELGADO
Residence Unknown.
You are hereby notified that a suit
for divorce has been filed against yoq
in the above styled court, ami you
are required t" serve n copy of your
Answer or pleading t< the Hill of I
Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
GEORGE N MacDONELL, '."4 BIs-
cayne Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original "f the same In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th da) "f
March, 1962.
If you fail t.i .1.. so, judgment by
default will be tiik.-n agalnsl you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED, al Miami,
Dade County. Plorida. this Bth .lav of
February. A.D. 1962.
K I! LEATHER MAX
Cl.rk. Circuit Court
(seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk
2/9-16-2::. I .'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1690
ISRAEL ROSENBLATT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DORA BERNAKER ROSENBLATT,
1 lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DORA BERNAKER
Rl ISENBLATT,
Elkins Park House
Blklns Park 17. Pa.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Complaint For Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired t. serve s copy "f your An-
swer or pleading to the Complaint
For Divorce on the plaintiff's attor-
neys, Tallanoff, Waller & l.itman,
#420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Plorida, and file the original Answer
or pleading in the office f the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
.':ii.l day of .March. 1962. If you fail
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint tor Di-
vorce.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami
., Plorida. this 19th day of February,
*/-- */* |92,
1: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
1 s.a 11 By: E. II LAN WAY.
1 leputy cierk
TALIANOFF, WALLER LITMAN
Attorneys f..r Plaintiff
20 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida.
2 23, 3 2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1205
MARTHA INEZ GOMEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANTONIO liiiMKZ,
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T<>: ANT. ..Mi 1 C .ME/.
Tou, ANT. .N|.> GOMEZ, are here.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1311
JAM E8 W. HOLSTl IN,
Plaintiff,
VI
LUCILLE HOL8TON,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l'i LUCILLE Hul.STwN
Residence Unknown
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed agalnsl you, and Vor ARE
HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
HEN ESSEN. ESQ., lull Seyln.i.1
Building, Miami :',2, Mori.la, and file
the original answer In the office of
the ci.rk of the Circuit Court on ...
before March 12th, 1962, in default of
which the Bill of Complaint will he
taken as confessed against you.
I>ated: February 6th, 1962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, I-lorida
(seal) By: K. M I.V.MAN,
1 leputy clerk
2/9-16-23. 3/2
rM&IO
BY HENRY LEONARD
ca
SISTERHOOD
ETl 10
.0 m.
"Girls, now a speech by Rabbi Nubkm, then
we'll get to the more important matters of
the afternoon."
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN (ha-
th, undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HOLLANDER COMPANY al M N.E.
4'Hh Street, Miami intend to regl
said name with the Clerk of ih. Cir-
cuit Co II: ol I' Ide "ouniy. Kloi Ida.
KITH lb ILLANDER
SAMUEL HOLLANDER
MILTON A I RIBDMAN
Attorn.> i"i Applicants
Alnsley Bids
i 88, 3 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to rimuii.' In
business under the fictitious name of
CITY UNIFORM & SHOP TOWEL
RENTAL SERVICE at numbe' 89
B.W. 7th Street in the City of Miami
Plorida int.n.ls to ri-gister the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ISth
day ..f February, 1962.
NEW l- BENCH BENZOL
CLEANERS* LAUNDRY. INC
ARONOVIT2, SILVER SCHER
Attorneys for Applicant
607 Alnsley Building
Miami 82, Florida
2/23. 3/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlne to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
s A S FABRICS at 136" North Miami
Aven le, Miami, Florida, Intends t>>
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Elorida.
F( IURTEENTH STREET
FABRIC BAZAAR. INC
WELLI&'CH & DOUGHERTY
Attorneys for Fourteenth
street Fabric Hasaar, mc
2 83, 3 2-9-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54500-C
IN HE: Estate of
WILLIAM B. MILLER.
I >,...'ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint Ing claims or Demands Against Said
for Divorce has been filed against Estate:
you, and you are required to serve a
Copy of your Answer or Pleading to
th.-Bill .,r Complal.....n the Plaintiffs
attorney, ai.vin .v. WEIN8TEIN,
M 112 Biscay ne. Bldg., Miami 81, Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office "f the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 12th
day of March, 1S62. If you fall to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
Thin notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of Februnrv,
A.D. 4962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cl.rk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: M. CAVALAIUS.
Deputy Clerk
^ 2/9-16-23, 3/2
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
ih. .state of William B. Miller, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate nnd
as provided in Section 73:1.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will lie haried.
Dated at Miami, Florida, (his 5th
day of February A.D. 1962.
BLANCHE NEUBARDT
Ah Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 9th day of February. 1962.
H.MIRV ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
2/9-16-23.3/2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55082- A
IN RE: Estate of
MINNIE RUBIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have aga nst
the estate of MINNIE RUBIN de-
Ceased late of Dade County. Hoi id.1.
to the Counts Judges of Hade Collll-
t>. and file tile same in duplicate and
as provided in Bection 788.16, Florida
statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of tin- first publication here-
of, or tin* same will be barred
Dated al Miami, Florida, this nth
day of Fibruarv, A.I'. IMS.
ANNA CALK
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the Slrd day of February. 1962.
A BUDD CUTLER
Attorney for Administratrix
7".; Alnsley Building
2'23. .1/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1768
JUDY OAIL RYDER,
Plaintiff,
\ B
I- RANK I ECATUR I'.YHHi:.
I '.fen.hint.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOU. FRANK DECATUR RYDER,
524 TAMI'A BTREET, ORLANDO.
FLA., are notified to serve :. cops of
your answer to Divorce Complaint
filed against you on Plaintiff's at-
svrney QEORUE NICHOLAS, 1818
~W 7 St.. Miami. Fla and file orig-
inal with Clerk of this Curt on or
before the 29th day of March. IMS,
otherwise complaint will i confessed
by you.
l'ATEi> February 19. 1948.
E It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dude Oount>', llorida
.seal) By: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
2 22. :t'2-9-l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1774
CLINTON l\ WELLS.
Plaintiff.
vs.
LORA N. WKLI.S.
Defendant
SUI I FOR DIVORCE
TO; liiiRA N WFJ.LS
Roberts Hotel, 184 No. itaum St.
Saginaw. Michigan
You. Lora N Weils, are hereby no-
tified that a Bill ..f Complaint for Di-
vorci has been filed against you. and
y.m are required t. serve d copy of |
your Answer ..r Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, Wmt.r and Ooldfarb, 507 Bis-
'..'.11. Bldg., II West Flagler St., Mi-
ami. Florida and file the original An-
swer or Pleading In the office of the
clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
f..... the 28rd day of March. IM8 if
you fall to do so, judg.....nt b> default
will be taken against you for the re-
mauded in the Bill of 1 "om -
plaint
This notice shall publ shed once
each week for four consei live weeks
In 1 HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AM > IR] IK11F.I 1 .: Miami,
1 rlda, tliis 19th day of Februar).
A.D : "-
B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
1 seal 1 B) : E II LANWAY,
Deputy Clerk
WINTER .v .;. -LDFARH
507 1!:.-. .0 in- Bldg., Miami. I'l ,
By Max A. Ooldfarb
Attoi nay for Plaintiff
2 2::. :: 2-9-16
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I the mid. li ned enga
in. w and. r the fictitious nan
W.M.i O-SOUTHERN SPORTSWEAR
-. .'. M rttreel Ml
.' int. ads to lei said 1
.....11 he Circuit Courl
I iud. .' iunts. Florida
11.11' \i: w U.DMAN
Sol,- iwner
2 16 2 :. 3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
1 FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
I COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 6JC 1204
WALTER SC( 'TT RENKETTI and
STKPHANIA HELEN RENZETTI,
II p wife,
Plaintiffs.
\ a
DOUOLAS .1 KENT and MINA R
KENT, hi- w if..
I.. fell In nti
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
|'i. I10UHI \S 1 K ENT nnd
MIN \ F. KENT, ins wife
.1 'nknowu
Y( U nnd 1 ai li
thai a 'omp aim To I
. on the follow lllg
. wii
L, 6, III '. 2. C.\ M N 1: U TER
1: \. 'i:. .0 r : 1 i" the i'l.ii
riled In Pun Hook BS,
v. 01 the P bile Ri cords
I >ude 1 'ounl >. H. 11 Ida
St you, and v
. reuull ed lo sel \- 11 1 op} of
Aiimv 1 or I 'lending to the 1
on Plain) Ifl ittorneys, 1S11LI M VN
. ; ILI ISTEIN .v P VCZIER, 23 ''. W
Street, Mlani FI01 dn, "ti or
before the 12th day of March, 1962. If
> : fail to do so, .. decree |ir.....1
will be filed agalnsl you foi
I relief demanded In the Compla 1
DATED on this 2nd day of Feb-
ruary, I912.
1: 1: LEATHERMAN, Cl.rk
(seal) r'.\ M CAVALARI8,
i leputy Clerk
2 9-16-23.3/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1309
MARTHA .1 MINOR.
Plaintiff.
VS.
JAMES c MINI >R.
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JAMES C MINOR
85 N. 1 learborn Bt.,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you. and YOU ABE
HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy
of your Answ.r to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney.
BEN ESSEN. ESQ., 1014 Seybold
Building. Miami 32. Florida, and file
the original answer in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before March 12th. 1962. In default of
which the Hill of Complaint will be
taken as confeaaed agalnsl you.
Dated: Fehruarv 6th. 1962.
B. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K M I.YMAN,
Deputv Clerk
2/9-16-23. 3 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 5S236-A
IN RE: Ewtnte of
CHARLES HARRY AXELiti III
I Trussed
NOTICE TO CREDITOR6
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y..11 are hereby notified and requir-
ed to Present any claims and de-
mand.- which you may have against
the .slate of CHARLES HARRY
AXELROTH dense sad late of Dade
County. F'loridu. to the County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In duplicate aiul as provided ill
Section 788.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices In the County Court-
house In Dade County, Florida, with-
in six calendar .....nths from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
same win he barred.
Hated ai Miami, Florida, trls 14th
day ..f February, A.D, 1962.
1" >lt.\ NABI'Iti;
As Executrix
BERNSTEIN MILLER
Bl : Milton Miller
Attorney f<>r Executrix
1414 Congress Building
Miami, l-lorida
2/23, 3/2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1779
BERNARD A WIEDER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAXINE R ADAMS.
I lefendant.
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
TO: MAXINE II. ADAMS
Address Unknown
You. MAXINE R ADAMS, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Mortgage Foreclosure has been
filed ..gainst you. and you are re-
quire to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the Ilalntlffs attorney, BERNARD
A. WIEDER. ESQ., 407 Lincoln ltd..
Miami Reach. Florida. JE 8-HM, and
tile the original Answer or Pleading
in (he office of the Clerk of the C|r-
CUil Const on or before the 22nd day
of March. 19*2. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demanded
in the Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecotiv.- s/eeks
In THE JEWISH FIX>RIDIAjM.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th dav of February,
A.D. 1962.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
is, all By: L BNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
BERNARD v WIEDER, ESQ.
407 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Ha.
JE 8-5.-.OT.
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/23, 3/2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55142-A
IN BE: Estate of
ben jACowrrz
I >< .eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons 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-
!.,!. of BEN JACOWITZ .Leased
lat. "i I'ade County. Florida, to the
Count) Judges of I'ade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 788.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in th.ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
inn. ,.f the Hist publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 6th
day of Fehruarv, A P 19(3.
BAR Ml JACOWITZ
\s Exec mix
First publication >f this notice on
thi 1 day of Febi oar), 1962.
Publish once a week for four .>
consecutive weeks In The Jewish
lloridian.
Roldman, tioldstein .v Pacaler
Attorneys for Executrix
8803 West Flagler street
Miami. Florida.
2'9-16-23. :i 2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1319
HELEN ANNETTE McELWHE.
Plaintiff,
VK.
JOSEPH MclM.WEE,
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH McELWEE.
.".M Sergeant
Serial No. AFJrAF 12028151
464th Supply Squadron
Box 137
Pop.- Air For.-.- Rase, N. Carolina
You. JOSEPH McELWHE, are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, anil you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill or Complaint on the Plaint-
iffs attorney, RICHMOND FAR-
BER. one Lincoln Road Building.
Miami Beach 39. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
('ourt on or before the 9th duy of
March. 1962. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will lie taken
against you for the relief demanded
hi the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of February
A.D. 1962.
E li. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Hade County Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LTMAN,
Deputy Clerk
RICHMOND & FARBHR
By: Ikinald Pnrber
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2/9-16-23,8/8
3
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Friday. March 2. 1962
V-Unist) Ftcridliar
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

i
*
NOTir.E UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. ,-|-|, ,. i.- iw.HU.10 UIV EN thai
i. -i-_n.-.l. di -a in- i ma-..
i ii er the fictitious name
-i SSHIN'K PAR WAXING ll
\ VV 87th Avi M ami i
,1k in Intel I l name Ith
il, rh "I the Cln ull i' mrt ol
, i .. nty, Floi Ida.
L.II.I-KI IN-Jl i i'i IRr
la Fla. '"ii' I
3 2-9 16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
El EVENTH JUO C.Au Lih._Li i uF
FLOR'DA IN AM? FOR DADt
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. G2C
WILLIAM It. im
r.....
I IRSETT,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 53941-C
IN RE
ETHEL l.l'TV
LEGAL NOTICE
i
A<'. I
.I
In
iN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1898
EltAI. SATU iNAL Ml iRTl
>.'SiK'l ATI' IN, :i phi porai Ion
. ..ii/. il 11 ii I i and \i-
... ,.r trw laws "f thi run
lea of America,
Plaintiff,
I i ittERT II WINN. as Trust
I ankruptc), etc et al
I iefendanta,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO Roherl H. Wlnn, as Trustei In
Bankruptc) for Southern Mortgage
<-.,.. in,- n I-'l. Ida cornoi nili n,
1021 Tower Building, 11 r. k street,
Washington, I i '
Robert M Powers, Sr., nnl Chrls-
llne Powers, his wife, If alive or If
dead, tnelr unknown helra, dev-
lapea, legatees, grantees, assignees,
tenors, creditors, trustees and all
parties having or claiming i" have
any right, title or Interest In the
property herein described Resi-
dence unknown
Robert L. Vollmer and Octavla H
Vollmer, iiis if.-
1306 viers Mill Road,
Itockvllle, Maryland
Y 11 are hereby notified that the
i ove captl.....-d action has be en In-
Kill ii. ,i against > ou In the Circuit
II ,.f the Judicial Circuit of Eli i -
, ti and foi Dad< County, to foi. -
-. .i mortgage upon thi following
rrlbed real propi rtj
HOMESTEAD I. VKE
PARK HOMES, according to thi
i in reof, recorded In I'lnl Hi ok
Page S of Ihi Public Recoi -
: I >adi i 'o int), Floi
You are ri quired to i Hi n our an -
- >, i to plaintiff otnplnlnl Il.. tin
erk ul .....' irl
i'i a copy thereof upon plaintiff's
Home). Henr) ll. Arrlngton,
\ V\ Third Av< n ... Miami
11- i later tl 'ii Maii h -,,;.
.i i.., i ,. "..tit", sso ill i" n -
. .1 against you.
iii try 21, 1962,
i: n i.:: vtherm vn
I'I. i k of the 'ina:i i '..art
(seal) B) K M l.VMAN
11. inn \ Clerk
\l:Y II ARRINGTON
Utornej for Plaintiff
ii i N.W Third A\i ii"-'
ml 3, rlorlda
2 :::, :. 2-9-16
VNN \ Ri I 'I'll
I. ;. ..
SUIT FOR DW'Onc*
v. i \ \ n-H'Tii 'i '
Vou, Ann.i Routh Dorsett, are here-
iiy ii .-
i '::t- been flleil ou. and
re i r I'll Ing to the Com- and
plaint on I hi P.n n l.i at.mm y, .1
l 'ii .1 l.i- l.n,.hi, 2i S.E I i v.. .
Miami Florldi and I i th.
1 nsw -i Plead ne in ihi rflci ol
the Clerk "i the Circuit Court on or
i. thi 19th claj ol Man i, 1962.
If you fail i" do si judgmenl b) di -
fault will Im i ),. ii nga nst ^ ..n i..r
Ihe i. lief iiiinii..... i ,n the BUI ol
Complaint,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 13th <:: n ,-i February,
V I 1962.
E. B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, I'pde County, Florida
taeall B) K. M. l.VMAN
i i. pun Clerk
I DAVID LIEBMAN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
VI Credlti and All Pi ns Hav-
Int i"alms ol I lemands Agalnsl Said
Y",i in. hei eby ii. ul re-
luired l i ::; no ann- aiyl de-
ii. n \* hli 'i i ii ma) Ri aga Inst
thi stati ol ETHEL LI' n d
ii,-
20 S.E. First Avenue
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
: 16-23, 3 2-S
stati ol ETHEL LI
of DADE County, Florida, to
'..imi > Judges of ln .. County,
file ihi sa'ii. in ihi Ir of! ces
ii ih. *' an i '< irili--as. In llade
(*ounty, Florida, within six calendai
n nthi fron Ihi date of the first
- Ion hi ri of, or liie same w ill
red.
JOHN l.1 TV. Executor .'f the
Estate of ETHEL I.I'l'Y,
In, ...I
VLFRED KREISLER
Attori .) r -i Exi cutor
." id Alnali \ B da
Miami 32, I-lorlda
2 23, S-9-16
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2121
CARTERET SAVINGS AND LOAN
A ssi iCIATION,
Plaintiff,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.OA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55195-C
IN RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM ENTIN
i 'i ceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims .a Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
Von, and each of you ar.- herebj
notified and required to present any
i and il. in.hi Is \\ hleh : ou, or
nf ) ou, may haxi ago lnl the
;. Ii of ABR Ml AM ENTIN ill -
ii-. I late : Queens I 'ount) New
Yoi k. to the Ilon< irabii Count)
i aim of Diuli Count}. and fill Ihe
i iffli in ih. i 'ount)
rthousi i I adi i 'i mil lorlda.

im- of thi iii L-ation hi reof
Said cln ms in di in nils I......niain
,: mi ; thi clalmanl and
to In \orn t-. an )-iescnted us
i111, i.r me "ill be barred.
Si .
hati ti
Dati -i
i ion
.1 the 1943 Pro-
1962
I-. hr lai j .''.. A.li.
DANIEL ENTIN
A> Anel la-rv Executor of the Last
Will ni rl I -mm. nl of ABRAHAM
ENTIN, ......is. 'I
KOVNER .v.- MANNIIEIMER
._' I ..in ihi Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney! for Anelllan Executor
_ 9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1725
. iSE BENITl' CALERA
Plaintiff,
ARSENIA FMiKt.lNA QALERA
Dcfendanl.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO AR8ENIA FIDBLINA QALERA
Santa Emilia 2U
Rniita, Habana, Cuba
You are hereby notified thai a BUI
Complaint for Dlvorci ha i" en
filed against you, and you are re-
quired i" serve a copj "f youi An-
-we.i or Pleading i" plaint ..ii the p'ainilff's Attorney,
Manuel ZSalac, :; Congress Build-
ing, Miami, l lorlda, and file the orig-
inal \nsw.-r in Pleading In the office
i.t the i'.rk of the Circuit Court on
: bi f- re thi 26th da> of Man h,
II you fnil to do s... Judgmenl lj de-
faull will he taken against you foi
thi relief di man Ii d In the BUI of
I'i mpl -lit
not lei ,!l he publlshi 'I once
. eh week for four com --
i i i: JEWISH i'i.' d: i ni an
I" iNE AND OBI ERED al v
Ills I6th wry,
.
K B :.i: VTIIERM VN,
' lit. I Mil, r .a- Fl > id
II; M CAVALARIS
i .. :,
l N F1. 2 AIA C
' in ,.-- Ill
I

THI COl Jl DGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROEATE
No 5491

SED XoN
1'..
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i i ,
Said
- it.
You notified ind :
i tired i" pri sent any i
.... |
ihi estati VLFRED DIXi >N de-
ed late .-I l '.ni. Coui "l
1 in-
tj and file the sum. in duplieati and
provldi .1 In So tlon 733 16, KIi
^i.iini.-s, in their offices in Ihi Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dadi County, I
within six call ndnr months from
time "( the first publication here-
f, or the b 'in' ill be baigi il
l mi, d in Miami, Floi da, this 20th
i) of Februai y, A.l i 1968.
- MARGIE I 'IXl IN
As Administratrix
1 N MORRIS
n. \ for Administratrix
K. I liigriili!im in.h.
2 23, 3 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREPY OIA'EN thai
n.l. signed, d.-ii Ing t..
i i.-in.-ss under the fictitious nami ol
REAL-ART S'l'l'l Mi'.- .h 2211 N VV.
i .i Ave., Miami, l-'la Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
Ida
Circuit Court of Dade County,
si l l.l-n KI-: ARTS, INC.
in l-i.i. Corp
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BEIQEL, TE1TE1 MAN ALBERT
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2037
WILLIAM .1 b'HEROALIS,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
i iERTRlTI>E SHEROAU8,
I Iefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO:iiertruilc Shergalls
219 E. Cheatmil St.. Apt. 1203
Chicago, Illinois.
You, Gertrude Shergalls, are here-
li\ notified that a Bill of Complaint
f,.r Divorce has been tiled uaainst
>..n, and yi.-i are recrutred serv*e a
copj of v..in- Answer or Pleading to
thi BUI of Complaint on the Plaint-
iff's attorney, Owen S, Freed, Esq.,
Room 206, -'..'. I'nlverslty Drive, Coral
liable", Hoii.la. and file the original
\ns.'. r or I'll idlng in Ihe offlc
the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or
before the 2nd da) "i \| rll, 1962 II
,ii fall in do so, idgmenl bj d< fault
i'i he t.ik. ,i against you for thi i
II, ill in i'i,I. ,1 in the BUI of i'"in-

This notice shall lie published once
. .,, M u .. Ii for fn......ii cul Ive ks
In ni K .11 WISH Fl." iRII HAN
HONE \ND ii SDERED al Miami.
this ---ill B> of !
A.P 19
I- |1 Ii: VTHERMAN, C
I'lETRO
Di-pti
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RONALD E. iIAHDNER iind AVIS.I,
' IARDNER, hi- Wife, et al.
I 11 f. ml.ints
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Robert ll. Wlnn, as Trustei In
Bankruptcy f"i Mason Mortgage
& Investment Corp.
1021Tower Building
11".", K Stn et, N.w
Washington, i> C.
You are hereby notified thai thi
ni, .\. caption. ,l a.-lion has been in-
Btituted against you In the Circuit
Court of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida In and foi Dade Count} to fore-
,:..-. u mortgage upon the following
di sci il"-' r.-.-l prop, rty :
Lot :,. Bloi k 13, CORRECTED PLAT
OF BLOCK 13. CAROL CITY.....-
cording to ih. plat thereof, iccord-
ed in Plni Book 61 .il Pagi 98 ol
ih. Public Ri "ids of l lade i "ount}.
hln Ida, logi Ill
ator EA-1
Yin are ri quired to file > our a i
swer to plaintiff's coinplalm with the
I'll k of the aforesaid Co rt. and
-. \. ,i copy (hereof upon plaintiff'*
attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor
I'., le I ed ral Building, Miami 32.
Flo i'i. 'i"t '.ii-1 than April 2, 1962 or
,i Decree Pro Confesso "ill be enter-
ed against you.
I lated: February 27, 1962
E. B. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
i-. al) I > K. M 1.Y.MAN,
j -pun Cl< rk
MARTIN FINE
Attoi in \ for Plaintiff
ltth Floor Dade Federal Building
Miami 32, floi Ida
a 2-9-16-23
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undi rslgned deMrlng I
l-i ii,. h under the fictitious mime of
THE SI MMIT al 1949 Collins Av. nue,
Miami Beach, Florida Intend t<
ild name with tin- Cl< rk of tha
Circuit i '"in t --I Dade County, Flor-
id.,
GILBERT SENS
\ LAX i' SENS
IKW IN II K I'i'
IRONOVITZ, SILVER .\- SCHBR
I Attorneys for The summit
607 Alnsle} Building
Miami. Florida
2 23, 3/2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY .UDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR TADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. N PROBATE.
No 3809-C
IN RE: Estate ..f
Joseph wei;:stein,
I.....l-'-'l
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Kt port and I'etitton
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Executrix of the estate of JOSEPH
WEINSTEIN, deceased: and that on
. the 12th day -.f March, 1962, will ap-
ply in the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
"I said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Kxi-.-ntrix
!nf the estate of the above-named de-
I cedent. This 9th day of February,
1962.
// MARGARET FINK
As Executrix of the Estati
Joseph Welnateln, Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN
Attorneys
I ISO 8.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida
2 16-23,
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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LEGAL NOTICE
of
.,,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 52845-A
IN RE: Estate "f
WINIFRED '/.. COHN,
lie
-as
At-,in, v.. for Applicant
W. I lagler St.
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC ALC'RCLITOF
FLORIDA IN A > D FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. .
.1 I Kl.- LAN Ml '
: i [IDA,
tlEORUK W SCIII'DEHT and MARY
11 SCIU'BKR I", Ills Ifi .
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NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti, <;. i u i I and
Mar> l Si Ii ibeit, his Ife
76S9 Hni 111 '' x'
1'itt-l ,.i gh, I', nn | \\
V,,ii .ii. hel ,i" "' Ifli il that ih.
.,!, i| ii i bei n In-
stituted against you In the Circuit
Court of ......ii i'.....ii of Flor-
ida In an l for I >ade C luntj to fore-
close .i mortgage upon the following
! Ihi ropirty:
Lot .: Bio k ;' \'i iRWi il I Fl i-tii
ADDITION SECTION TWO, ai
cording i" the Pint thei eof,
Plai Booh 65 in Page 109 ol
Ihi Public Records of Dade County.
Florida.
Vou an required to f i I your an-
awei i" tint Iff's oniplaint with thi
. i,.- k ol afori 'id Court, and
erve a Ihereol upon plaintiff's
v \!:tin i INE, : '-Hi Fl m
al I lu its Mlo nil 32
Flo Ida atei than April 2,
: ;, i -.,-.-- will bi ntel
-
( 27, 1962
HERMAN
KM IA MAN,
i 'I. rl;
i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1535
THE WILLIAMSBUROH
SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN ARTHUR ZACCO and
ROBERTA : ZAi'i'i i, his wifi, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: JOHN ARTHUR ZACCO and
It- HiERTA i: ZACCl, his wife
l':'.:',i Brown Av< nue
Memphis, Tennessee
You are hereby notified thai th.-
above captloned action has been In-
. stltuted against you In the Circuit
of Court "i ih- Judicial Circuit "f Flor-
ida in and for 11 id., i 'ounty to f"i e-
close a mortgage upon the following
,l. xerlbed r- ul i>iopi rtj :
Lot .: Block 13 PINE TREE MAN
OR, KBCTION THREE.........rdlng
to the Plat then "f. r.....rded in I'lnl
at page 97 of Ihe Public
lice, rds i I i lade "ounty, I '
ether with Frlgldaln vv
WCl "- anil Fi, tidaire Hi fi i- ratoi
Vou '
- ......iplalnl Ith Ihe
f thi Id i anil
: upon
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IEK.MAN, Cli

Deputy i
\ f XI-:
Mil

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hireby given thai we
havi filed our Final Repot I and Pet I-I
tion l.u Distribution anil Final D -
r with Midpoint re- charge as EXECCTR1CES ol the e-
, of WINIFRED /. COHN, de-
ceasi 'i and thai "ii or after the 16th
da) of Man h, 1962, will apply lo thi
I |.,n, -ul,I, i 'ounty Judges ,-f I >adi i
i 'ount} I- Im Ida, fi i in......n .il of s.ii-i
Final Report and for distribution and
linal dischargi as EXECl'TRICES ol
the estate of the above-named de-
, ,i. ni This 13th day of Fi bi uai y,
1962,
ANN WAI Tl-'i:
MARTHA ROSS
Law i H ft. -
Albert l. Wi intraub
A. Jaj I'risi.d
219 Security Trust Building
Miami :'.-', Florida
Bj A. Jay Crlstol
____________________2'16-23, 3'2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C-12308 (Goldman)
CENTRAL SAVINGS HANK IN THE
city OF NEW VORK, a corporation
existing miller the laws of the Slat-
of New York.
Plaintiff,
vs.
FRANK SITAR8KI, et al.
I'. f, ndants
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: STORM KING Allt-VKNT
AWNINGS, INC.
a Florida corporation
Address Unknown
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought against you
by CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN
THE city id- SEW VORK, in the
Above-entitled Court, to foreclose a
mortgage encumbering the following
desci il'< l proper! \. to-wlt:
l..,i iii Block IS, of FIRST ADDI-
TION TO SIERRA, according t" the
pl.it thereof recorded in Pint Book
53. in page 96, .-r Ihe public .....t ds
nf Dade Co
Together with:
(IE LA 92 K Refrigi
i: I I I61 i. Klecti Rangi
\ -i, linn III a
mill > ou are req lo file your an-
bu i with i lo- i'i- : k of the i
Court of l udi Count) Flordia, al
. fourth x' i !
. I. Vlll i"l I" sen "
i up -n DAVID
p \t.-m VN i"i ni -
| : :-h Flooi
1 Mo!
rlale, .is re-
,ui eii io thi .> s of I rl i If you

.i De-
lve r
i .. i-lief den
in i hi > nmplntnl.
11 VTEI | -,1ns '.'Hi dn} ol Fi I
F, II I.BATIIERM VN, Clerk,
1! 1. I 11,1, I-
is.uli lt> M CAVAI.ARIS
Meputy i l,ik
DAVID P i 'A I'SM i N
ltth Fl..... -i H'l I-: I i..-I. i Si
Miami 32, Florida
2 16 23,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATICN
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH ._ DICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY V CHNCERV,
No. 62C 1498
VNN ': \l K VINES,
:
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HOWARD VINES
I :. n,lam
SUIT FOR D.VORCE
WARD VINES
Vou. Howard \ Ines, ai. hei by no-
., mplalnt for 1 Uvorce
you '"I ) "ii
lulri d i" si rv < a cop> ,,f v < 'in
Ansu.-i .-I Pleading i" Ihi Complaint
.ai ih- Plainl ff's attoi ne>. i I >av Id
I,I. Liu in. 21 .-' I: I'ii- i Avi nue, Ml
I, i- |oi da, ami til.- ih.- ,- In Inal \n
l-i, idinc in the office of the
Cli rk of the Circuit I "our! on ni bi
foi, the I9lh '!.i> of March, 1962 If
ilo s,.. Judgmenl b> defnull
ink. ii .i'-., n-i \ on for th.
in the BUI of Coin-
! H IN i: VND lRDI IRI !D al Miami.
i thl 2th day ol Febi uai >.
A I'
LEATHERM VN, Cli k,
,;i '".ii t, I lade i 'ount) Florida
K M l.VMAN
heputy i 'Ii i k
VI VN
hirst Avi
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
FILE NO. 52244
Notice i- hei eb> gjvi n that No
ih.mi. I VV Slcgel holdt r .- ai
,,f cit> of Miami Tax Sale Ccrtlflrati
Numbered 1126, dated the 1st day of
June, A.D 19 ". has filed said I '< r
ii irate In my offii e, and has maili
application for tax deed t" Issut
Ihei "ii in ai cordani with ta Be I
Certificate embraces the following
described property, situated In Dadi
i 'ount). Florida, to wil
S 25' of W 71' Lot 10 Home Sub-
division Plat Book B Page I'-'l in
the ''iiv of Miami, Count) of Dade,
Stati "i l- loi Ida
The assessment of said property un-
der the Certificate Issued ".is In the
name of I'nknown I'nlrss said Cer-
i ui. ai.- shall be r. lei mi d according
to law, tax deed ill issue then in
on Hi- 7th day of Man h, A D
Dated this 30th da) "f January.
\ D
E B l.i: AI'lll'I'.MAN.
' ..111 I.
Dade i Floi Ida
B) it M LEEFER,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1468
THE WILLIAMSBURGH
SAVING*! BANK,
Plaintiff,
EDWARD RAYMOND HARRIS and
EUGENIA 81SSOON HARRIS, his
wlfi et al.
11. f.-ndiinls.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Gerald Lee Kllday and Nina Jo
Kilda). his wife
, i, .Mr. John W. Thompson
Route i. Ashfoni. Alabama
Vou an- hereb) notified that the
above captloned action has been In-
stituted against you in the Circuit
Court "! the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida In ami for Dadi County to for.-
rlosi a mortgagi upon the following
,.. serllu ,l i il property:
Lot 20, Block 12. P I N i: T RE E
MANOR b'ECTION THREE accord-
ing i" the Plai then of, ri col ded ll
Plat Book 6.1 al Page 97 of the Pub-
lic Ri. "id- nf i 'ad. i'ounty. Florida
togi thi r Ih l- la Idalri Ri 11 Iger-
ator Fl-122-.*i> and Frlgldain Wash-
... WCI-'s
Vou nn i equlre '. to fib > our ai
nwei i" i lalni hi"- complaint i: 1> thi
Clerk of 'I" il '"in!.
.......|l) pon pill inlil'l".-
.Hi.i-i... MARTIN FINE, Uth Fl.....
I ia, hederal Building, Miami ',-'
Florida, not Ititi r than April -. 1962
or a I >eci Pro "onfi.--,, iii be en-
*. red .*-;< in-i > .ii
1 lated I- .in uarj 26, il -'
E. II. I.EATHERMAN, Cli rk,
Circuit i '"in i. i '..1' "ount). Florida
(seal i By: K M l.VMAN.
i.. it) clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorm > for Plaintiff
nth Floor Pad. Federal Building
Miami 32, Florida
- -1 '. 28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1555
ARTHUR PETER KELLY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CLARICE KELLY.
Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: CLARICE KELLY
Cafeteria Department
Grumman Air. raft Corp
Ih thpnee, N..1.
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
flVd against you, and you are re-
quired i" serve a copy of your An-
wei or other pleading upon the
plaintiffs attorney, GEORGE N. Ma, -
DON ELL, .","1 Blscayni Bldg., Miami
:-,:', Florida, and til. the original An-
,i or pleading In the office of the.
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore thi 19th day of March, 1962
otherwise Judgment b) default "ill l>-
taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
mand* d in the Complaint.
DATED, al Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this Ihi 13th day of Feb-
A 11. 1962.
i: i: LEATHERMAN, C
It Court. I !
B) M CAVALARIS,
1,. ; it; 'lerk
2 11
IN THE COUNTY JUBUe'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IM PROBATE
No. 55160-A
IN re i: tai
ItES'SIE K VIIN,
Deci
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ 11 \
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111.UPis \>
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late of Di
County Judgi -
file the same In and as
i a Sectloi FI(
Statuti s, in thi 'oun-
'oui i......se in I .. Ii "ounty, Flor-
ida, within six months fi
the time -.f the first pul
.a. or the sail- 'I
Dated nl Miami, Florida, this 9th
da) of Fi I ri ir) A.D, 1962.
HILDA FINEBERG
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this
tin 16th day of fc'i bi u.n \. 196S
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T "Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY [Volume 35 — Number 9 Miami, Florida. Friday. March 2. 1962 Two Sections — Price I'"c CHIEF RABBI IN ADDRESS Jewish Congregants In Moscow ReqLasted To Shun Israel Envoys NEW YORK—(JTAK-i-Thc New York Times described this week. a dispatch from Moscow, a scene in a Moscow synagogue in which i Chief Rabbi and a dozen lay Jewish leaders implored the congre:i to shun contacts with visiting Israeli diplomats. %  \hnut 200 congregants, most of m fur-hatted elderly men. listened in resigned silence. But re were scattered bursts of apause and shouts of "That's : jlit." The theme of the meeting, [•ailed to discuss an article publishin Trad, the Sov'et labor union spaper, was that the synai is not being used for the se for which it is intended." Trad article had charged that Israeli diplomats were using Russynagogues to meet with RusJews for alleged purposes o( • i Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leb Levin z^md the synagogue meafi'-.i t u a plea for absolute quiet. Next a man stood up waving the the issue cf Trud and assailing ••-? israe'is in Russian. The Chief Rabbi explained to the Times correspondent that since some congregants could not <=ak Yiddish, they could use Russian. alter another the lay leaders stressed that the synagogue a house of worship, not a sohall. They cautioned worshippers againtf having communica' %  ens-".I o boost circulation (jf the periodical from its present 40,000 and to convert it from a ^'•monfh'y to a monthly publics lion. He laughed off suggestion: there might be a resurgence ol anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union "Unfortunately," he told Henry Shcskes, an American Yiddish journalist, "there art Jews among the speculators and evidently some Jews have passed Continued on Page 5-A Rusk Reports r rush Bias Yosef Tekoah, currently Israel's Ambassador to Brazil, has been appointed the new Israeli Ambassador to Moscow. Ke succeeds Arieh Harol, who served as Israeli ." mbassador in Moscow until •ast year. Ambrssador Tekoih. 3"", was do tv head ol Ihe Israe'i delegation to the United Nctions from 1S58 to 1960. (JTA WASHINGTON Si mi progress" I'm ed State: to rimination by — (JTA. in efforts by the break down disArab countries Military Regulations For Arabs Following 7e3!KS JERUSALEM—(JTA)—A series ol relaxations in the military rah of Israel in Arab-populated horde areas was scheduled this week ti be put into effect soon following a debate on fie issue in the Knesset. Israels Parliament. Prime Minister David Ben Cur ion announced his agreement ti "he proposed measures after th ells or dealings with Israeli visdebate. They included the right ol llors. Several speakers warned %  gainst taking from such visitors -.Its of prayer shawl.-, and prayer roks. The meeting ended with a resoluin asking congregants to avoid ratings with Israelis and called Israelis to stop giving presents Russian .lews. I he -cene was described by the rimes as one of sharp contrast ith that ol the office ol Aaron >'ergelis, editor of the Sovietische Peimland, the new Yiddish-langug< periodical. V( rgelis said plans were beina <£, nit for 3* CuJ Leo Mindlin. executive editor of The Jewish Floridian. has been named to receive the distinguished Louis LaMed Award of the National Foundation of Jewish Culture. The award, announced in New York by the Foundation, cites Mindlin for his contribution to the cultural scene of the American Jewish community through the pages of The Jewish Floridian and the English-Jewish press of the nation. Official presentation of the award will be made at a function here in Mindlin's honor Mar. 15. appeal for Arabs convicted by mil itary courts, the lifting of night curfews where they still existed, the granting of freedom-of movemenl permits good for a year in stead of shorter perods, and the end of all restrictions on movements in Druse communities. Insisting that some form of military rule was still needed in the border areas, the Prime Minister tolc" the Knesset before series of votes on the issue, that he considered abolition of military government "an abandonment of the state to the intrigues of the enemy in the neighboring countries and the intrigues of these who hate Israel in this country." He said military rule was necessary both to the security of Israel and "to the peace of the Arabs in Israel who wish to live in tranquility and hope for peace between Israel and her Arab neighbors." He said there were many Israeli Arabs who supported President Nasser of Egypt and who were still unreconciled to the existence of Israel. Menaherr. Beigin of Herat am i, ,Kov iin/an of Mapam contend d the government did not need such means to copi with securit> Continued on Page 3-A ainst American Jew.was repined this week by Secretary of State Dean Rusk. The Secretary's optimistic char icterization ol American efforts t<> overcome Arab trade and travel re Diction against American Jews ,as made in a telephone conversai


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Page 2-A +Jewisl> Htricfian Friday, March 2, 1962 AJComm. Opens Israel Office Miami City Commissioner David Kennedy iliird irom left) presents Theodore Brooks, of Long Isand, N.Y., national commander of the Jewish War Veternas, with a key to the city. Looking on (from left) are Ralph L a m p e r t, No. Miami Beach; State JWV trustee, Sue Kaufman, Miss Miami Jaycee; Henry Norton, Miami, deputy commander of the Florida JWV; and Ainslee Kerdie, Coral Gables, first junior vice commander of the Forida JWV. Brooks is here to speak to delegates at the Southern regional meeting on Sunday. Miamians to Honor Yeshiva University President Dr. Belkin at Reception Mar. 6 Sam Waldm;in. Miami Beach hotclman and philanthropist, will head a sroup oi leading Greater Miami Jes u. welcome Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of Yeshiva University. A reception will bo held at Wald. > boti 1 on Monday evening, 5, in Dr. BeUcin's honor. It %  II be the first in a series of ><>•...-.'. affairs celebrating the university's 75lh anniversary, and will City's 73! :i :r.:..:\ < i Also scheduled ;a 75th anniversary dinn: : Yeshiva Univi rsity on Tnesda>. 7 p.m.. at the Sterling hotel. Honored will be the university's Diamond Jubilee Am%  assadors. Ambassadors are a nationwide group of holiness and communal leaders who have contributed at least $1,000 to foster educational opportunities for youth at the university. Awards will be presented to this patron group for their "distinguished service to higher education." More than 600 persons throughout the country are currently enrolled as Ambassadors of Yeshiva University. Max J. Etra. New York attorney and chairman of the university's board of trustees since 1953. will serve as chairman. Dr. Belkin will b< glK -; speaker. Dr. Belkin. president of Yeshiva •ii.ie 1943. is a distinguished scholar, author and educator. His rise 10 prominence in the field was underscored in 1957. when he was selected by the U.S. State Department, along with Presidents Hasof Notre Dame. Pusey, ol Harvard, and three others to tell the Russian people about the purposes of American higher education in "Amerika." the Russianlanguage publication issued by the U.S. Information Agency in the Soviet Union. Dr. Belkin has been accorded nunK'rous honors and tributes and has been singled out on many occasions by groups representing all denominations "for his outstanding contributions to American life." In June. 1959. on the occasion of his 15th anniversary as president, he was recipient of an honorary' degree from his alma mater. Brown University. Among the Diamond Jubilee Ambassadors to be honored here are Morris Bienenfeld, Irwin I. Cohen, Charles Fruchtman, Jack S. Popick, Leo Robinson, Matthew Rosenhaus, and Nat Wolf, of Lakeland. Proceeds of the Mar 6 dinne' will be allocated for the maintenance of the university's widespread academic, community service and research activities, including an annual Si.000.000 program of scholarship assistance to gifted students of limited financial means. By Special Report NEW YORK—The American Jewish Committee is initiating a special educational and cultural exchange program in Israel. The Committee is opening an Israel office tor the first time l the | rogl. :.'.. "Dr. ." .:" -i i executive vice president of the Committee, announced. Maxima Yasupsky, dir< • tor ol 1 the Committee's Latin American I office 5 ior 16 years, has beer I named to head the Committee' new Israel nine, with headquarters in Tel Aviv. The e lucatior.a! program will bo coordinated in the U.S. by the AJC's Committee on Israel, which is headed by Alan M. Stroock, a leading New York attorney. 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Friday. March 2. 1962 *Jmlst> ft'oriaffftn Page 3-A Reform Synagogues Will Meet at Dinner To Inaugisrcrte UAHC Campaign Here Stl Ri'.fiTtD PHOTO PACl 10A Junior Choir of Temple Beth Sholom, under the direction of Can'or David Conviser. participated in o special music program entitled "The Oratorio," at services last week. First row ,'eft to right) are Val Jonas, Sue Otchin, Barbara Segal, Donna Romburg, Susie Newman, Donna Meitus, Linda Glueckauf, Lori Russ, Maralyn Mittentag, Sharon Wilson, Linda Oppenheimei. Second row are Lois Beckman. Maxine Kronish, Sherry Levine, Susan Koppele. Barbara Dansky, Joanne Lowell, Cynthia Markley, Karen Fisher, Vivian Shelist, Jill Goldman, Joyce Goldman. Third row are Billy Radin, David Harvey, Mitchell Pearl, Mark Hershey, Gary Rackear, Murray Baker, Cantor Conviser, Michael Lux, Mark Libow. Steven Haas, Robert Conn. Eddie Wissner, Gerry Racoff. Not shown are Norma Robinson, Gail Grossman, Wayne Schoenfeld, Kyle Cohen, Ronnie Postman. Leila Zenderland. Jill Bloom, Sandy Cohen, Joan Lodge, Janet Speckert, Judy Topol. Greater Miami synagogues will bold their first inaugural dinner on behalf of the Combined Campaign for American Reform Judaism at the Dupont Plaza hotel on Sunday evening, Mar. n. Rabbi Jacob Rudin. of Great Neck. N.Y.. will be featured speaker at the dinner, which will launch the campaign tor the Tnion of ol American Hebrew Congregations and the Hebrew Union College-Jewi.-h Institute of Religion. Cantors Jacob Bornstein, of Temple Israel, and David Conviser. of Temple Belli Sholom. and the Temple Israel Choir, will provide musical highlights for the evening. Honored for service to the major institutions of Reform and Liberal Judaism will be James M. Albert, pres ; dent. Temple Beth Sholom; Ben Essen, president. Temple Judea; David J. Light, Temple Beth Am, a member of the national board of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Sam H. Lubell, president. Temple Sinai; Sidney M. Schulti, Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation; and Henry E. Wolff, past president. Temple Israel of Greater Miami, and national vice chairman of the board of trustees of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Of special interest to this area will be the story oi the new Southeast Region Youth Camp which will be opened for the first time this year to serve teenagers of local congregation--. Funds raised by the Combined. C; mpaign in the past, and in the future years, are used to help to make this camp one of the fine-: ol its kind in the nation and will also help to provide facilities, in tlr.' near future, tor adult retreati ;;.-, well. Arch Restrictions Eased Continued from Page i-A problems at the borders Pinl Rosen of the Liberal Party and Israel Bar-Yehuda of Achdut Avoda said that depriving Israeli Arabs Of their civil liberties hurt Israel's prestige. The Knesset defeated five separate motions to abolish military rule 59 to 55 on all five motions, with coalition lines scrambled in the voting. The Prime Minister i won the backing of one Arab deputy of his Mapai Party Golden Jubilee Dinner Dance Will Mark Beth David Anniversary Mar. 11 Beth David's Golden Jubilee dinner dance, commemorating the congregations 50th anniversary, will be held Sunday, Mar. 11, in the (.rand Ballroom of Beth David. Greater Miami's pioneer synagogue was organized in 1912 under •lie name of B'nai Zion. In 1917 •lie name was changed to Beth David. Originally at NE 2nd ave. and 8th st., by 1W0, the rapidly expanding Jewish population of Greater Miami made it necessary for the congregation to purchase a new site at NW 3rd ave. In 1925, Beth David engaged the first permanent rabbi in the community, and established the first religious school. By Aug.. 1961. the building of additional facilities, spearheaded by S. J. Spcctor. was completed. 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• • • Friday. March 2. 1962 +Je*lsi}Fk)rX&*r7 Pcoe 5-A Moscow Jewish Congregants Warned to Shun Israelis Labor Zionists of Gieater Miami met to accept a project on behalf of the Jewish National Fund. Standing (left to right) are Dr. Zev W. Kogan, Leon Gresn, Sam Jackson, Frieda Sack, Dr. Simon Wilensky. and Aaron Liebman. Seated (left to right) are Max Astor. Ezra Finegold, Joseph Zuckerman. and Hanan Yarden, world chairman of the Foundation for the Jewish Nationcl Fund. Continued from Pge 1-A espionage informatiwrr-to'Israelis. Such cases re a disgrace to the Soviet Jews. But it is not only Jews who are involved in such business." He told Shoskes the demand for the Yiddish periodical ha:! lar ex ceeded expectations. Asked abeu other Yiddish cultural activities Vergelis mentioned theatrical igroups in various Soviet cities. Hi : said many of these part-time groups had been formed around groups of former professional actors of the Yiddish State Theater which Stalin shut down in 1948. Y< rgelis aiso dismissed as "not Miami Council Satisfied With Progress Of JNF Foundation Wii.s and Bequests ill thought through" 0> p. Babi Yar' by Ve-vge.ny V*vt •nko. which has been rei'CT videly r.s an attack on S-i\;.-: r, sprnitism. The poem deaK wit avine rear Kiev when si me .lew. v.ere slaughtered by •Jazis in World War 11. The pc a men ted the failure oi lh So 1 ;overnment to erect any kind nemorial at the massacn scei Vi rgelis denied reports > i p icd to publ'sh a Yiddish I ar.: ion of the poem. de< lar i :t 'weakness" and that it waj in attack On Fascism tr.• ..-ten' which 'has been twisted %  J m people." Congress to Urge Kennedy To Ask Soviet for Easing Greater Miami Jewish National • : :id Council officials this week ; ressed satisfaction with the pro. i -of local residents to join the Foundation of JNF as it assists in it upbuilding of the State of Is:ael through the mechanism oi ..ills and bequests. Leon J. Ell. president of the Minim Council, declared that "all the i-rojects olfered by the Jewish National Fund to prospective donors are linked with the land, the basic : gredient trom which Israel's blesflow. The latest Foundation projects are to be found within the monumental Freedom Forest near 'erusalem, which will restore yet not her area oi Israel to the green mansions and fruitful orchards ol ..blical times." Numbering 2.000.000 tree-. Freein Forest will blanket 2.000 acres : Jerusalem pine, cypress and r. fruit trees and vines over mountain and valley, boulder and %  rock and crag. Bar Kochba's mount of freedom will live again in Freedom -orest, dedicated to the friendship between the people of Israel an: the United States," Ell explained. Kabbi Irving Lehrman. president of the Greater Miami JNF Council. said that "as the symbol of the bond ol lreedom which unites America and Israel, a quadrangle oi 51 colonnades will rise at the main gate of Freedom Forest, representing the Sates of the Union and the District of Columbia." At opposite ends within the quadlies, and they will have plots of reclaimed land tor truck farming. The area around Nevo Bethar will be planted with orchards for their use. The entire Forest will be linked by a system of small parks, recreation areas, playgrounds, roads and tree lined walks. A driveway called "Ring Road" branching off to the neighboring towns and villages, will encircle the Forest, Rabbi Lehrman declared. "Freedom Forest will translate Buckley. New York Democrat, into practical deeds, the ideals of The resolution asks President freedom and democracy that serve Kennedy "to convey to the Soviet Union an expression of the arave concern of the people of the United States over growing antiSemitism, and to seek assurances that prompt and appropriate action be taken to stop all forms of bigotry and race hatred against the Jewish people now living in the Soviet Union." asked the President to prevail on Soviet authorities to per Russian Jews "who desir€ to so" to leave and seek haven Israel and other free lands." T resolution also asked that the Pi ar a common link between the peoples of the United States and Israel, rangle. two 50-foot watchtowers | The Foundation for the Jewish Nawill command the breadih of the j tional Fund provides American WASHINGTON —(JTA) —A resolution calling en the House to unanimously endorse a request foi direct intervention by President Kennedy with the Soviet Government against anti-Jewish discrim• ident "take all possible immedi • inations practiced in Russia was | steps through the United Sta introduced Monday in the House of | delegation to the United NatiOb Representatives by Rep. Charles. to bring to world attention facts about "the cruel mistrt ment of the Jewish people liv within the Soviet Union to the e that such mistreatment shotcease." land. Jerusalem and the rolling 1 j eur y with an opportunity to link Judean hills on the east, the costal themselves with Freedom Forest plain far to the west, and farther by offering a wide range of projstill, the .Mediterranean Sea. At ects. large and small, that will cehe fool of the hill, a lake will mirr ien t the donor's link with Israel ror the surrounding fruit trees and | ar ..d with eternity." Ell and Rabbi vines. : Lehrman declared. The Forest itself will be divided into 51 woodlands. Within each, groves will be named after American towns, cities and distinguished citizens. Each woodland will con-. tain trees and plants native to its namesake state. Two villages will hi use thi forest* rs and their famiAt the same time. Rep. Buckley Prophet Amos His Topic "Chug Ivri." Hebrew spt.k group of No. Miami Beacn. \ meet Tuesday evening at i em Xer Tamid. Max Katz will spe on "The Prophet Amos." witi 0] discussion to follow. JNF Delegation Back from Tribute Leon J. Ell. president of the Jew ih National Fund Council Oi Great i r Miami, and Rabbi Mayer Abram/. JNF president of the Southtas: region of the United States. have just returned from New York ith the following members of the liami delegation who attended the .cent Mendel Fisher testimonial dinner at the Waldorf Astoria: Johan L. Berman, liyman Eisenbaum, Sol Goldman, Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Julius Rosenstein and Dr. Zev W. Kogan. Sponsored by B'nai Zion, the dinner honored Fisher as a Zionist leader who has had a notable role in the building of Israel. The event also observed the 60th anniversary of the Jewish National Fund, the land development arm of the World Zionist Organization in Israel. Fisher recently retired as executive director of the fund after 28 years of service. In his honor. B'nai Zlon will construct a Mendel N. Fisher Student House at Ein Hod, Israel's art colony, situated on a mountain overeoking the road from Haifa to Tel Aviv. About 70 artists and their iamiiies who live at Bin Hod receive grants from the Israeli Gov1 rnment. The dinner was chaired by Dr. Harris .1 U-vine, past president if the JNF, who singled out Greater Miami and its delegation "for the courageous undertaking of the new city in the Negev." The following day the Miami delegation met with the national leadership of the Jewish National rund at .. •;<' 1 ;•! luncheon to formulate plans lor th< new city in the \< gev. Dr. Irvir.3 Lehrman, chairman of the JNF Foundation of Miami, who was unable to attend, phoned Fisher while the luncheon meeting was in session to assure the national and local JNF leadersh : p of "whole-hearted support and cooperation" in this undertaking. Sol Goldman, vice president of the local Council, reported that the sale of tickets for the forthcoming inaugural supper on Mar. 21 at the Fontainebleau hotel to launch the; new city is progressing "very satisfactorily" and that a program befitting this memorable event is being completed. Labor Zionists To Aid JNF The Ben-Gunon. Bialik. Ben-Zvi Farband, and Lebediker Branches of Farband. together with the Poale Zion of Greater Miami, met recent. |\ to join hands in a propject on behalf ol the Jewish National Fund. Ezra Finegeld. chairman of the JNF organization activities com-; niit.ee. reported that Apr. 7 was set as the date of a Labor Zionist function in behalf of the project. A committee was formed with Joseph Sugarman as chairman. Max Astor and Jackson as co-chairmen, and Dr. Simon Wilensky as secretary, to implement the affair. Serving with them on the committee are Aaron Liebman. Abraham Fraidlin. Michael Sossin, and Mrs. Frieda Sack. 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Page 6-A +JmlSfi Fkx-idliain Friday, March 2, 1962 French Plead Israel's Cause in Common Market PARIS—(JTAV—A Gathering of — French political and economic leaders heard a strong appeal to "Europe's conscience" not to ''abandon Israel in its hour of dire i tod and inn to sacrifice its economic development and security f : fin il n ascs" in the exi. i 'ommon Market. The .i ppi al w as ma by a < r Ft nch Cabi lei nber Dio%  ux, n v nt ol the : Israi l Assn I at i i a rai under th • 1 Roche ol !•'. ai ci • E( n imi< il i mcil \ nl er ol othei pleaded for Israel' VI I'll th i n Market Catroux ttrtSfed that the six countries had "a heavy responsibility" toward Israel, adding that "it was because of our lack of foresight betv/een 1933 and 1939 that hundreds of thousands of Eurcpean Jews had to flee the continent." He said "our task is not ended with Israel's creation. We cannot r.ow condemn to death a state which we ourselves have created." the Common Market is a matter of life and death." He said Israel does not seek to impose any of its political burden on the EEC community and that all it asked'for was the possibility "of continuing economic ties to Europe which, because of the Middle East impasse, were irreplaceable. It was disclosed thai Isra •! Fi nance Minister Levi Eshkol was scheduled to visit Europe next week for a Hireling with political land economic leaders of the six I nations and to discuss the question l with members of the F,EC Minis%  'erial Council. Others who spoke on Israel's behalf included Robert beMaignan %  Knnch •*rHTte-to the BOG nd • Henri Bordeau. director of Fnr.ce's National School for Public Ad ministration. The audience in* dulled many foreign Am bass French Pafliamentaria heads of major corporations and French civil sen a Another former French Minister. Gerard Jacquet. now head of the European Movement, tried to answer some of the objections which might be raised against entering negotiations with Israel for some kind of association. He said: "To those who say that Israel is not in Europe, we can answer that we have accepted African states as associates and this has created a precedent. To those who may question the usefulness of such a move, we must reply that Israel's economy is closely linked with ours, with more than half of its exports going to Western Europe." Other speakers discussed the European economy and the importance of Israel's role in it. Thev Left to right are Rabbi Mordecai Podet, spiritual leader of Temple Judea; Rabbi Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the Union of American Hebrew Congreqations; and Ben Essen, president of Temple Judea. Rabbi Eisendrath installed Rabbi Podet into the Temple Judea pulpit at Sabbath services in the Temple last Friday evening. also stressed the sacrifice to which Israel consented by devaluing its currency to facilitate negotiations with the EEC. Israel's position was presented by Amiel Najar, Israeli Ambassador to Belgium, who stressed that Israel was not asking for integration into the EEC or even for association. "All we want." he told the luncheon, "is some form of customs union which would protect our interests." He added that Israel was one of the first nations to show interest in the EEC and that although Israel was small and outside Europe, it was the third country — preceded only by the United States and Greece — to arrange for a diplomatic representative to the EEC and to open talks with it. Walter Eytan, Israel's Ambassador to France, who loft for Jerusalem for consultations with the Israel Government on the European Common Market, said prior to his departure in a television interview that "for Israel, THE MADISON Overlooking Oceon of Illinois Ave. ATLANTIC CITY Phone 344-8191 Weekly Package Plan Incl. 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Friday. March 2. 1962 >Jewish fkridHfur Page 7-A Dr. Finkelstein Urges Formation of Unit To Assist Future Rabbinical Scholars Establishment ot a National Foundation for Future Kabbis and Jewish Scholars was recommended :his week by Dr. Louis Kinklestein, chancellor ot the Jewish Theological Seminary ot America, to insure the survival and development of every phase of Jewish hit 'Ihe Seminary is the cenlli.1 institution of the Conservative movement ut Judaism, that the situation in Ihe United States is excellent compared to the state of affairs in Latin America, in some parts of Europe, and in oher sections of the world." Dr. Finkelstein urged Jewish business leaders to provide grants ; ul scholarship aid to American Jewish youth which would enable tnWD "to devote their lives to Jewish" community leadership." Turning to this recommendation for the creation of a National Foundation for Future Rabbis and Jewish Scholars, Dr. Finkelstein said it would help to lessen our present overemphasis on the physical sciences, and would dumni>h the tension between the sciences and the humanities in our world." Alan M. Stroock. chairman of the Seminary's board of directors, and Arthur Ka!z. executive president ot the institution, announced that a committee is in the process ot formation to carry out Dr. Finkelstein'* proposal. Religion Week At U. of Miami Talking over proqress of the S12.C00.000 development fund progrcr'i of the American Friends are Hebrew University national leaders (left to riant) Jack S. Popick. of Miami Beach; Judge Louis E. Levinthat of Philadelphia; and Daniel G. Ross. Popick is South Florida Division president and served as cochairman with Judge Levinthal ot last week's national conference at the Americana hotel. Ross is chairman of the board of the American Friends. £ ;>• aking at the opening oi a special two-day series ol meetings and seminars devoted to the iievelopment cf the Seminary and its varied The I2:h annual Religious Emlogy and Religion" led by Dr. Bartspiritual an educational programs, phasis Week opens Sunday and conleit, with Dr Richard V Heed. I'M Dr. Finkelstein called attention to t'nues through next Thursday at professor of education, Hahbi JJthe "unprecedented shortage ol University of Miami, with a seph Naroi, ol Temple Israel, Mlrabbis, cantors and teachers" ccmprehensive program of events ami, and William .1. Rcilly, counoecessary to meet Ihe religious and tor students and community. s< lor for adults. Dade County cultural needs of growing communichairman is Dr. Lynn Bartlett, Schools, 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, New I'M coordinator of women's resid*'• %  ence halls, and headquarters is in Final banquet. 7 p.m., Thursday, New Residence Hall, main campus. Student Union cafeteria. Dr. H. 1101 Miller dr. Among events open Franklin Williams presiding, with to the public are: A series of four luncheon-discussion sessions led by Dr. Hans Hoffman, professor of theology at Hartiehere and abroad. Ur. Finkelstein, a noted Taliniidic scholar and a recognized spokesman for Judaism, pointed to the destruction, during the Hitler regime, of Jewish institutions of higher learning in Eastern Europe, which had been the Report Record $2: Billion Budget to Knesset for '62-3 principal source of teachers and vard Divinity School and author of scholars, to stress the importance music by the L'M concert choir. Also participating in Religious Emphasis Week programs will be Rabbi Mordecai Podet, Temple Judea. Coral Gables: Rabbi Irving vaiu I'iMiiiii .-


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fere &-A Jewish florid* !" Friday. March 2. 1962 — '• i %  "" %  %  %  NEW H • J3r~ ~^. ,., CT-.^ ...*,*- *,,* s i t # %  < %  **$£. • :i ** : •* MI mm ***: .. A_ > %  to-MMT* W %  i f Bl -iffI! I '""""" i #Hn| j^JZtt la^* v*n ...-_*' fttfiwi :.fli* >.^. 5H*Wi General Solicitation Takes Spotlight Division Moving In High Gear To Climax Drive Ceater Miami's Jewish War Veterans are going all-out in their s-sport of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appal. Ainslee R. Ferdie *'ght) is shown discussing campaign plans with two member* c : the JWV Auxiliary Mrs. Sarah Rubel (left) and Mrs. Minnie HtMn, tin Nonkin (left), commander of the Murray Solomon JWV Post, c -tlines campaign strategy to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Braidman. The G So itation Division is '.. into Hi.' 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal spotlight, v. ith actn il es D! thai group buildto a climax under the chairmanship of Daniel Neal Heller. Almost daily, various gi mps ol Ihe General Solicitation Division are me< ing in various pan-, "t Greater Miami N carry out their .on in the New Horizons i ampaign, Heller said. Working with Heller are Mrs. Charles Feinberg. Women's Chairman, and A. Budd Cutler. Men's Chairman. Working on Mrs. Feinberg's committee are Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, Mrs. Larry Friedland, Mrs. Jean Lehman, Mrs. Raymond Rubin, and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Two key organizations participating in the General Solicitation drive, according to Heller, are the Jewish War Veterans and the B'nai B'rith Organization of Greater Miami. Nine JWV posts are active. They are the West Miami Post, Murray Solomon Post. Abe Horowitz Post. Harry H. Cohen Post. Miami Beach Post. North Shore Post, North Dade Post. HialeahMiami Springs Post, and the Norman Bruce Brown Post. More than 80 volunteer workers from these JWV posts have undertaken to contact more than 1000 prospects, Cutler said. Each B'nai B'rith lodge h a ; named a CJA Chairman to aid in the campaign. They include Max Friedman, of Miami Beach Lodge; Seymour Tyson, of the North Shore Lodge; Harry Ker. of the Coral Gables Lodge; Walter Apfelbaum. of the Gilbert Baikin Lodge; Sidney Palmer, of Sholem Lodge; Jack Finkel, of West Miami Lodge; and Arnold Braun, of South Dade Lodge. Other chairmen include Morris Kaufman, of Workmen's Circle; Dr. Simon Wilensky, of P o a I e Zion; S. Kopkind. of t h e BenGurion chapter of Farband; and Bernard B. Segal, of the American Jewish Congress. Murray Dionsky (left), commander of JWV West Miami Post, is shown with Henry Norton (center) and Michael Schechter. Mrs. Sidney Schoen (right) JWV Auxiliary president of the North Shore Post, talks with Ralph lampert (left) and Sidney Schoen. Final Mercantile Division Meet Called by Macht Wednesday The final report meeting of the CJA Mercantile Division will be held at 4 p.m., Wednesday, in the Jordan Marsh Department Store, according to Chairman Robert Macht. Macht said this "most important" meeting will climax the Mercantile Division's participation in the New Horizon campaign. There'll still be plenty of work to do after the meeting, so far as rounding up those contributors not represented at the meeting," Macht said. "But our participation has been outstanding this year—with our workers reading like a Who's Who' in Greater Mi ami's mercantile world." The division's recent annual luncheon, with Alfred H. Daniel as chairman, "provided the spark: that we believe will lead to a sue cessful conclusion of the campaign." Macht added. The division's Campaign Cabi net includes Leonard Barr. Melville H. Ellis. Harry L. Katz, Sam uel Lipton, Samuel Mufson, Paul L. Walker. Women's Unit Launches Full Scale Cleanup Kx for a healthy community — a strong Federation." Thafs the prescription written on the blackboard by two men who know t&mething about prescriptions. They *r David Silver (right), cairmen of the Combined Jewish Appeal Druggist Division, • d Sam Sloban, co-chairman. The Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division, not resting on the laurels of its recent Initial Gifts luncheon, is launching a full-scale clean-up campaign aimed at reaching those contributors missed in earlier solicitations. Co-chairmen for the Women's Division are Mrs. Inez Krensky and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Initial Gifts chairman is Mrs. Jack Ab lin. "We know that a lot of Greater Miami women who want to give to the combined Jew.sh Appeal were unable to attend the luncheon or were out of town," Mrs. Krensky said. "It is our a : m to reach every potential contributor available to the CJA Women's Division." The Initial Gifts luncheon at the Eden Roc Hotel brought the division's total pledges thus far in the campaign to near the $100,000 mark. Mrs. Ablin said. Last year, the Women's Division raised more than ten percent of the SI.423.000 contributed to the Combined Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Weinkle and Mrs. Krensky called for "renewed efforts" byall Women's Division members. "Our Initial Gifts luncheon gave us a lot of momentum," the co-chairmen said. "Let's not lose it. Instead, let's pick up the pace and see if we can't increass last year's percentage of the



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Friday. March 2. 1962 +Jet*ist? fhrkUan Page 9-A RIZONS • „ < %  IHT He %  • ^ I ***** ft r • five Reaching Peak Kovens CaSis • Buy ror CJA Wlndup CJA hairman i Kovens has lunch eting for of al '" the | and Pr Council aj in the D ip ni Plaza %  At tlx same time, he warns I hat with the Pacesetters an Gifts events behind them. irken In Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal "shouldn't think that the rest of the campaign will be downhill. "Quite the contrary," Kovens -jid, "the last half of a campaign .• always the uphill part." Qnct top leaders have made their c< -unbuttons known. Kovens • aid. the "tremendous job" of aching the other thousands in the Greater Miami Jewish communit} ^e'.s underway. It's up to the community leadRi tens said, '"to lend the lull ci i! their leadership at this •tage ol the campaign w. i all very pleased with • v...-. the campaign has gone i.ii Kovens i led. "But the ati -: danger lies in any tend. t< rest on our laurels." Kovi said II has been natural : ir 1. ers to ike :i breather" : llowing the vital Pacesetters id Initial Gifts functions—"but : \ is the time to get our second wind, regain our momentum, and I the fini-h line." He said next Friday's meeting %  I the important Trades and Projsions Council will afford an oplortunity "to take stock of what e hav< accomplished thus far in the campaign, and to make plans : r rapid and successlul completion of i.ur drive this year." Executive committee members of the important Feil, Ezra Feingold, Ernest Jam's, and Joseph Residents Council include (left to right) Stanley Sacks. Stockbrokers Meet Sunday One of the campaign's most important meetings for the Combined Jewish Appeals Stockbroker Group will be held in the Federation building at 10 a.m., Sunday, according to co-chairmen Myron Zeientz and Jerry Lelchuk. "Response from (neater Miami's stockbrokers h.Tbeen vi iv good," Lelchuk said "Stock brokers deal in investments—and they're generally agreed that a successful Combined Jewish Appeal is about the best Investment in our community's health and prosperity that could be made." Members cf the committee headed by Zeientz and Lelchuk include Louis Berlin, Sidney King. Clifford Strauss, William Baren. Herbert Blank. Leo Cowan, Sidney Davidson, Robert L. Ferman, Robert F. Hart. Bertram Schild and Benjamin Schwedel. Key members of the Miami Beach Residents Council discuss campaign plans. Left to right are Ben Kline, William Bornstein, and Dr. J. A. Greenhouse. Regular Hotel Gatherings Produce Results for Drive Plans Aired To Bring Appeal Story to Beach The campaign of the Miami Beach Residents Council for II • 1962 Combined Jew'sh Appeal is reaching a peak under the cha. manship ol Dan Ruskin. Ernest Janis presided over a meeting of the Council's exe< live committee recentlj in tl i absence of Ruskin. Plans wi discussed to carrj the CJA m sage "into every corner oi M ami Beach," Janis said. Jai i is associate treasurer of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. This important council. Ruskin pointed cut. produced nearly $150,000 for the Combined Jewish Appeal last year. Campaign functions, similar to the recenl event at Blair House, will be held in various parts of Miami Beach. Ruskin announced He said initial pledges have already reached $12.000—marking an average increase in contribu tions of more than 20 percent over last year. A series of meetings of th; various divisions within the Res dents Council will also be held i a the coming weeks. Ruskin added. The Council's executive committee includes Ben Kline, William Bornstein. Dr. J. A. Green house, Stanley Feil. Ezra Finegold, Ernest Jams. Joseph Sacks, Joseph Syna, Benjamin Rimer, Sam Silverberg, William Agran Ove, Sam Cohen. Mrs. Louis Glas ser. J. L. Kram, Oscar Mamber, Morris Minov, A. J. Molasky, David Phillips. Arnold Seeder. Mrs. Larry Silverman. Jose Wingen, Tom Pollack. Louis Bresler, David Haber. and Nathan Sokol. CJA's message will tell th; Beach area of the Appeals sup port of Greater Miami's vital health, welfare, and educational agencies, as well as its assistance to the Jewish community abroad and in Israel. Plans to carry the Residents Council campaign to every corner of Miami Beach are being discussed by Josph Syna (left), Benjamin Rimer, and Sam Silverberg. A regular series of Sunday meetings is producing results for the Combined Jewish Appeal Hotel Group, headed by Judge Joseph Morris. Judge Morris and co-chairman Joseph Rose point to a number of advantages arising from a regular weekly meeting. "Our people don't get a chance to forget the campaign," Judge Morris said. "These regular meetings serve as a constant reminder of the importance of the Combined Jewish Appeal. "Further, when a worker can't make it to one meeting, he knows there'll be another the following week. If you only have one or two meetings in the entire campaign, and a worker misses one, it masses the job very difficult." He reported a "most encouraging response" from this area's hotel operators. "We've all read about how busy these men are with one of the best seasons in years," Judge Morris said. "In the face of this, it's remarkable how many of them have been able to take time away from their work to take part in the New Horizons cam* paign." DAN B. RUSKIN



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Pcge 10-A +Jewi$ii nor idiair Friday. March 2, 1962 Space Probes May Spell Man's End Eisendrath RIGHT WINC Pg. ISA A leader of American Reform Jud;i>m Sunday warned that the successful space ilishts ot the United -:.:es and the Soviet Union misfit ultimately .-pell m's eradication tr-im the surface of the earth. Rabbi Maurice N. Fisendra'h. I resident ol th-,Union of American, Hebrew Congregations; sounded th.s note of warning at the closing stssion of a t h r e e d ay meeting on "Judaism and Survival" at TansI. Beth Sholom in connection with UAHC's executive comnuttee nestings al the Americana hotel. The UAHC comprises the cong•t astional body oi 630 Reform Ternin the I'nited States. Canada, P mama and the West iii. les, v. ah : embership of l.ooo.ooo. Different views on "Morality end Fallout Shelters" were expressed by Rabbi Eisendrath, Cong. Abraham J. Molter, Democrat of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Philip Wylie, noted author, who served as expert consultant on Civil Defense during the Truman and Eisenhower administration*; and Robert D. Morgan, director of tests and evaluation of the Civil Defense program in the Southeast of the United States. Emil N. Baar. UAHC board of trustees chairman, served as moderator. He was introduced by Rabui Leon Kronish. spiritual leader ol Temple Beth Sholom. Praising the successrul space flight of Col. John Glenn, Rabbi Eisendrath nevertheless pointed out That "while we are justifiably proud of our magnificent space triumph, we must not let national euphoria conceal the truth that scientific break-throughs have potentialities for both good or evil. "This achievement might enlarge the vistas for all mankind. But it could also spell man's complete eradication from the surface ol :he earth because now we know that man can survive in space, that space capsules can be equipped with nuclear bombs, and can be dispatched from incaluable heights to fall virtually without an instant's warning on any target in this planet;*' asserted Rabbi Eisendrath. "We must now recognize realistically that the principal problem ^^^^^^_^v\^^v--^-W\_^\-^\-^v Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntington Medical Building 1M IX FIRST STRUT MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE Fl 4 76*1 One of the Largest ani Most Complete Prescript Pharmacies in the World W. E. FOSSETT, Founder %  v-wv*



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Friday. March 2. 1962 • Jewish ncriati&n Page 11-A Youth Should be Regarded as Hope of Future Community service activities are among the most important phases i, ;!-,• club program of • l u Greater M ami Jewish Community Center. ,,. ,.• iplc, 33 such clubs < %  %  : school :< %  .'• compete an • Ihe community service •nl : by GM.ICC to the group in this progra n i; | %  other nl illj livites in v 1 .hie"; 'ho I I i • n-age < lubs i enl ei (hth ani com lavi of the i r i immunity i'i lei i .. e in poinl 7l,e i %  aimed a( a \ ari< j Incl from t' • %  le n view 1 ir and rel giot's v lui I i arenl child relatio %  %  iday, lei fi< ials currently -1 • nini d to probe i!'.'' reasons nd wh i they have evaluated ., great deal of controversj -MTI (I li> the conclave The young people sat in at sessions dealing with such subjects as "What are You Getti-vi from Your High School Education?", "What Vaius Did You Get from Your Jewish Education?", "Why Do You Want to Go to College?" and others. Each session had four teen panelists and a professional staff member as discussion leader. The participants were advised that, even though no one pretended they were experts, it was important for them to express themselves on these issues and to give their honest points of view. Reports from all of the workshops showe: 1 that participation was wide-spread and that many differences of opinion were expressed. Center officials point to a recent •lily of ("enter youth groups. h indicates th:it they were ;i representative cross section (it Jewish youth, in regard to their '' i-h background and education, erests and family background. Those who were involved in conclave," they declare, '"conti'itly reported that these teens were not arrogant and were not • ug or superficial. When the i si lission leaders gathered at Ihe ol the day to bring in their reports, thej were all moved by %  d will, maturity, keenness humility of our upcoming gen Hope School Hears Florist Gables chapter of Hope S hool for Mentally Retarded Child]' n had its monthly luncheon meet. on Tuesday, 11:30 a.m.. at the nu Skyways motel. Guest •peak >r was .loop de Vnos. of the Si heherezade Flowers and Art Shop, In their view: "This has been the unique contribution of the Jewish Community Center movement for the past one hundred years in American life." Tropp. a long-time professional in the movement, whose views on fraternities and college c impuses today are published in the February edition of Esquire Magazine, believes that "the adult world still has the main responsibility of meeting and solving the problems of its times. These it cannot dl Igl nor can it pretend that they do not exist. Bui youth should net be treated too lightlj as one of the best hopes for the future. They may yet help to find some anrs to our weaknesses, our pessin and our own confusion." Teen-age Club President's Council meets reaularly at the Miami YMHA Branch to plan joint inter-aroup projects. This type of council is in operation at each of the branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Throuah such planning, the clubs carry out their six-point program, which includes social activities and cultural activities, athletic events. Jewish programs, community projects, and leadership development. eration. To have been a part of this event, to have seen it with one"s own eyes, was an overwhelming experience." Emanuel Tropp. Assistant GMJCC director, and a key figure in the annual conclave, feels that "not only did these teens refuse to curryfavor by giving the expected an swers. but further, they were honest, critical of themselves as well as others, and willing to trade ideas freely. "The most unbelievable aspect of the entire event was the fact that nearly all ol the findings were almost identical with the thinking of the best minds in our country today. he observed; "Certainly, this is not because the kid.are experts, but simply because their honest reporting of personal t\ perience bore out the principles that have been put forth in more ad\ anced i ircles." Other observers af the conclave conceded that "it may still be necessary to say that the youth cf today are the products of over-permissive upbringing, caused by a confused generation of parents, who surrendered their authority in the home." Bui thev v.ere quick to add: "The utterly fantastic thii-g about the teens at (Ml conclave was the way in which thty did net condemn their parents for this failure, but rather fe't sorry for them. 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Page 12-A %  k*ist>n*rkfian Friday. March 2. Qgj Commerce Sec'y. Hodges Stresses Need For Ethical Business Practices in World Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges emphasized Tuesday that strict adherence to a code .of high ethical practices by American business is an essential factor in this nation's effort to broaden its sphere of friendly countries. Lax business practices endanger U.S. relations with the uncommitted nat'ons which •seek proof that iur sys'em does work eompasionalely as well as profitably," Secretary Hodges said, and leave us vulnerable to the Communist search "for points of attack to shout to the world of Ihe decadence cf capitalism." Addressing more than 500 Jewish leaders at the third annual convocation dinner of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in Miami Beach Auditorium, Secretary Hodges sa ; d "we cannet delay in our task" of attaining the highest ethical standards, for "the whole of the free world locks to us for moral and economic leadership in fulfilling the promise of private enterprise." Secretary Hodges had been honored by the Seminary earlier in the lay at a special convocation at I Temple EmamLI. where he was recipknt of the Seminary Medal for demonstrating that "ths ethical ,.nd moral dimension in life is integral to the worlds of business, inus'ry and government." .More than 1.00 educators, srhjlars, public officials and business l aders al endi d the ceremonies, at which the medal was conferred by Dr. l.i ins Finlielstein, chancellor of the S minary. Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum. protost ol Ihe Seminary, who had read the citation accompanying the medal conferred upi n Secretary Hodges at the convocation, also spoke at the dinner and declared that "the attitude with which we face the present world situation" will determine "the victory or de-' feat Ol freed;.in over the lorees ol tyranny." In an obvious attack on the Birch Society. Dr. Mandelbaum said: "There are those in our land who claim to be the sole defender of America's honor, but instead they GMJCC Day Camp New Registering Registration for summer day camp was to be opened Thursday at all four branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by A. Budd Cutler, president. "Although summer vacation may appear to be far off.'" said Cutler, "many parents do not realize that registration for most camps begins at an early date, and openings tend to fill up rapidly." 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Children are placed in groups of 12 ;o 15 campers according to age and sex Each group is led by a team of : two counselors: a senior counselor of college age or older, and a junior counselor. Range of activities will include swimming instruction at "selected pools, athletics, arts and crafts, dramatics, camp staging, storytelling, and nature lore. Onci•-;-,• week campers will go on trips to places of interest. besmirch our image with the poison df their ha red. In purposing to t:^h the evils of tyranny, they adopt the ways of the enemy with their character assassinations, use oi the big lie and contusing slogans for truth. "There are others, well meaning, perhaps, who are, nevertheless, prophets of doom, voices of despair and hopelessness. These weak p:ope, blind to increased rrcral might and spiritual strength, are the ready prey of v.ild, derisive voices of the fanatic bigots who cart c*o more to destroy us from within than can the obvious enemy from without." Dr. Mandelbaum urged "general public adherence to an altitude which was expressed by President Kennedy this week, when he emphasized, it is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.' for such faith in the power of truth has passed the severest tests of human history." Guest of honor at the dinner were six communal leaders who were i recipients ol the Seminary's National Community Service Award for "distinctive and continuing service to the community at large." ; They were Samuel J. Halpenn. of Miami Beach: Harry I. Hoffman. ol Chicago; Phillip Leff, of New York; Bertram I. Loeb. of-Ottawa. Canada; Irving Maidman, of Upper Nyack, N.Y.: and Ix)uis Stein, ol Philadelphia. Hoffman and Stein received their awards in absentia. Gabriel Heatter. noted newscaster, was dinner chairman, and Joseph S. VYohl, member of the Seminary's board "t directors, presented the recipients tor the award, H.hich was conferred by Dr. Finklestein. Dr. Joel S. Geffen, director ot community education of the Seminary, delivered the invocation. Rabbi Stuart E. Rosenberg, of Beth Tzedec Congregation in Tronto, offered the closing prayer, and Rabbi Allen I. Rutchik. Southeast director of t h e i'nited jSynagogue of Ajaerica. led in If* grace ffter h**is. MetrbpolilMOdeta star Jan Peerce entertained with a song recital. A highlight of the convaeation program was the third annual Samuel Friedland Lecture, delivered by Prof. Moshe Greenberg, a member of the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, whose topic was "The Bib.'.tal Grounding of Human Vali.es." Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of he Seminar) and professor of practical theology in its rabbinical school, addressed the gathering jJ spoke on "The Union of Vision Mi Action." Hodges was sponsored for $ Seminary Medal by Mrs. MaxW j Abbell. of Chicago, and Oscar Dar* I of New York. He was present! by Benjamin J. Massell. of Atlas J ta. Charles Fruchtman. >t M 1;inv I Beach, was marshal of the jcadern%  ic procession. Dr. Irving Lehrman cf Temple Emanu-El, delivered the opening prayer, and benedictios was offered by Rabbi May fr Abramowitz. of Temple Menorah WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7 50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sundoy Schools. Wholesale 4 Fe'ail ISRAtU OinS AND NOVHTIfS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 PALMER MEMORIALS I*+ "Miami's Only %  sk --—' ^H Jewish 1 --^M Monument •ftHH m* JflB BuiUtti" ^H. PALMEI Exclu'tve Dealer "ROCK OF AGES' FAMILY MEMORIALS ffifo !• Liv* i" J"""9rSl L*ve R %  .---< i ... jfl ft '2SL Is to live jvgsft 'c-i-vtr remass scheduled 1 Unveiling* MARCH 4, 1962 Mf. Sinor Cemeferv BENJAMIN AXELRAD, 11 a.m. Cantoi Rudolr-h Br" MARGARET WEiSHAUS, 12 Noon Rabbi H. L..„:.s Rottnw • ROSE KAUFMAN, 2 p.m. Rabbi Hathtn Zwitm %  Ml. 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riday. March 2. 1962 'Jt*>i*f> ffnr/dHftr} Page 13-A mwmmii FROM THE TALMUD ; ,s Proverb' and Fables ShirhaShmrnRabbah. 1.8. I ; ,hf paMMC be Iis'n > thine tytt for through ft AN u ,..: an innghl wM "• ToTjh Bemidbai Rabbah. 48. J, 7l r BPI i host in'.ered the city. OOidf j| ,. :: %  injn M>J to t/:ee: Thou nkcy.' Jo 'io mmd; if ..,. ( jred^ thus, pttrCIMM a saddle I, : K„ 19. J, I• lacJteit knowledge, what j i acqwrtd If thou tic I „,.. I owledw wluti dot! thou i R 4. 9 H ,..i.h ( tecurely bound :, JM hundred r -• an I flving R, 14 i /• i ii untie %  the tunsta o •i., •• '• %  •• • untied. %  6, 5 to .••! if: -' ..I p /,.•(•' before leave ., : • .lilil t 't Oil rm j. : sM iami s r^cligiovts &L^ife TOM 1X373 *TQ~I niD" T ; T T : ~xz" D'lDon nixxin -?,-' "m"ipp*7 nn^ri":-! ns ninnx 1 ? nrxin (rax -: T • T | T T : • %  • : • .DT?-it>oi D-ipjn x a tfiBB TUTnxsina .rtn "sna 0nB rpTn T T T I I • : • rx D| raoa xin i^npa ncra trains;? .a-wxan .p-nw X^Q Wnm ,n'?3ixn I : %  • T • T": T *nnso I ? nnsmnxxin • : r : ~ T rx -iDcn *pna ncrpin ,rnx*? narn Dinnn T T • : %  T : ~ Q in: jT!_nK niswsn V)ti ^a /•rtjj x-x by wns ."rp-X 1 ? 1 ?! ]D#3 nixnpi nytf innoi i 1 ? 1 ?.! D-IDO? •p nnrp. 'is 1 ? en-ran risiDnn nirr "jp^i *?x"Tr r-npsj *?is; ijai ,TiT DJ "a? nun 1 ? rrnay loi^ni %  ?:• HT i^ixa -rp-x'? 1 ? xm i •• • I : .nnrrn rvBVto mas ma rxxina) • | • • | T I TRANSLATION ~ A Free-Verse Opinion On the Meaning of Religion By RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ Beth Tor ah Congregation Religion is the most talked about subject on earth — yet the most 11 su :nler-; iiivi. m i s a p p ropriated. ind miscarried of all man's progeny. Progeny? Yes. Religion is mannade. Only God is eternal Divine'y conceiVJd, to bo si r>'. 3ut often humanly misconceived. Rehg • ". Is n • a subject, not a tield. not a profession. It is not a egment of Lfe. but rather life itself. Is Religion prayer".'. Parti il'j Is Religion c ititj Parttalb I" >.• %  •> :cv and %  > rifii i' p irtial %  I ii paying allegiance to a God? 01 course hut also partially. Is Religion God? Yes, vo < but on'v in part. Primarily. Religion is God is. was and will be. without Rel : Kion. His Over-oi-i i Rtprnal Man "is," at least for a time, but isn't very much without allying his miniature soul with the Divine Over-Soul. Religion is man and for man. not for Cod. It is the ennoblement of the human soul. It Is 'he e:e^at : on of man above the mundane and the earthy, Uttng him to the sflhftre of the angels. Gcd"s periphery about them and in Him. Religion is man if he behaves in the Divine image. Religion implants the humane within the man. Must it fc<' organized? In a sense no. Organization inhibits and imprisons. Over-organization can enslave the inherently pious soul. Religious hierarchies have enchained devout Religious expressions. like love (without license). Religion should be -.Men.' and un^ inhibited. Yet. like love, if it is undisciplined, become wh moral and capricious, and usually wanes. Disorganized and uncontrolled, it is lowered to the fulfillment of a biological instinct o„,i U inn Man yearns for Gad. and after seeking Him through Religion, nd o Sanized Religion, with its incumbent traditions and laws acts as an influencing catalyst lor man to find the moment ol Truth, t.u Religious moment, aye God. Can 1 experience this moment of Religion. Can you know the meaning oi courage, without being courageous Can you understand the meaning of love, without being m love Re'iaion is a oer*onal experience II is captured unexpectedly. when on e cann A know. The media are study MfoJW"'$$% ,,, „ 0 „ ..s ai, of the previously-mentioned aspects ot Religion. B j? t .„ the main Religion Is man. by man and for man. S„ vices ^Jltia IJJeeltenJ 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 that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. GEMS OF WISDOM : AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Raboi Isaac ever. Friday 6:IS p.m. BatuHay %  -•" a.m. Bermon: "The vi -ii, • %  Bign ••! L'nincation." iinet B{>eaker: Aaslatant j i.;m Kibbl P Brlakman "f Kwhlva Tlif prophet and the martyr no and Mealvta Torah Vodnath. | n<>| ut the hooting throng. Their BETH OAV.O. 2625 SW 3rd a-e Con. e.ve arr fixed on the etermt.ev %  ervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. ''. \RI>0-<>Cantor William W. Lipson. • • • (•.'liiiiv N i". ii III. Baturda? i" ri l t l-.i.s Mltsxah: Judith, daughter .if Mr. lr u'M not the ptctuwquenesj o in.I Mrs. Juliuv t'ohen. (n( f eu s t hat fluctuated him but — — „ w M w the element of tlu eternal tliat was BETH EL. "SCU Sw ./in ave. Orthodox c %  •" RABBI MAX UMCH1TI Rabbi Solomon Schiff. l-i-i.r,\ •'. .ml 8:30 p.m Mm Jai-k .uplr, • r.-i'l. m of BlHterhoud, "ill tall! on "The Ro'i • s %  • • ii % %  ,\ AI ;,i .., sVrmon: "The Si-niil, n n( Bhvkallm." — • — BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. — • — fjETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. R.obi H. Louis Rottman. • BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. • JCTH TFIt.AM. 935 El did av. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky • — BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Beo-Zion Kirschen baum. Frl laj I ind <:3 p.m Sermon: '!.• %  nlnn oi Remain A Kabul .Dil ma." Has Mltxvah: Lthble, daughter oi Mr. and Km. Ilaynunid Htauberg. I Satin 'l.i. *:4a a.m. their birthright. MM RAI K Jli ( „ h < • o| our time jsspoil t" eternity. p •. \i H VN Some u in el itt> oft< vea o\ •oil others in J moment JL'DAH H \-N VSI • Tlie race remains forever though particular specimens perish. PIIIIO CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER 8755 SW 16th St. Mumi. Rabbi Sam. iiel April. Cantor Cershon Levin. K, i ,> :.i: and % %  %  p.m rhlldren* ..,, ice %  ..MM. ,n "Bhekel or Ta • nt. Snti r i %  '' i in liar Mltavah: R ,l i in • Mi %  ""' Mi %  M ron Ste• — DADE HE GHTS JEV/ISH CONGREGATIO-. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conlarvatlve. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emar.uel Mandei. l-.i i • I '• |i Be %  •'• %  "' T ikes vimti.Satiirdaj %  Bei mn r ., r ., .„ ., •!,. Week Bai M > Hj ,,. m >| Mi anil M Leonard \ 11. -...-. — • — FLACLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conse-vative. Samjel Hollander, p-esident. Cantor Geoige Go.Jberg. ,-,,i ,} .. and • ; : \| %  ner pi e*ldenl of I irana la Ii .l.-h f> nt. v> II % %  i x | Kel -:i'Oi Snturda} ^ .::n i in, • — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Jol-nson st. Conservative. Rabb ave. Liberal. Ra^bi Leon Kronish. Cantor David C O'.viser. I---I ; :l s.\: pin. Sermon: "The Walla hat blvldi L'a Satuida> I %  I %  a.m. Kar M'.Wvah; Uretor.\ Lyone, KOII >C Mr. and Sir*. Allan Koa — • TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb Henry S. Wernick. i rldas v :'•' p.m. Sermon "I'nolou led :onfldeni-e n Oud." Batunla> • I i in • — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv.nj Lehrman Can-.or Hirsch Aoler. — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. ] Retorm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. j.-. i !;,, i p iii Se :• on II Thew i |"fe .II i her Planets Sp. i o. i ited I" in, nil" re ol I Ml iml Rota: > i — a — TEMPLE JUOfc. 3?0 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabb. Mo.decai Podet. I., v \ i:. i in Sei mnn VVhal %  • leu -l. \':il • Rnblil w I'llani Sa, ivltt, dlrectoi of the Si.utheai.teri Cmmi-ll •.! the I'nlon of An • 11.'. i fonjtreitatl.-ns, will present i :,, the senior youth S %  r ,.,'i in Itai M ::. mi. n ol Ml id Mm .\ Oavi3 Shapiro. Cantor Yehi.dah H'llbri ..". TEVLE MENORAH. 62*1 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Cantor Edward Klein. KJCHOW hfoitr tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can. [i-v.io! Sperllna In hi.ni.i ..I tor Samuel Gombtrg. • %  lei. Ann ,.-. liLl %  -, ., m B .,.,,,, — • — |£nv h ave. IVodrrn J,.-.rliT1FERETH ISRAEL. 6:00 N. M in tioi ll Rabbi Max Shapi o c-ntor m „ m Blhhi Mthn 7*ilm.in Can. Fred Bernstein. .111.; :15 1 1 ''eg 11 ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Can. tor Albert Glantz. .in,. :I5 1 r if the TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95' Batn a> s %  a.m •-• % %  Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabJ. •' I Leo Heim. M,NVONA;RES. 37^7 Bird rd. Modern I M^J l P-J. Se'-mon Trad.t.onai. s-mlin. daughter ol Ml SOUTHWEST CENTER 643, SW .th "-., ,,"^7.^ st. Co.issrvativc. Rabbi .viaurice arji'iutwui'iiisaiii'u.iiwiiuuiu''.: mat of basic prayers are still in the cast of "blessings" or "benedictions'" with the title "Berachah" because, if not in action, certainly in meaning, they imply our prostration signifying our full submission unto Him. For this reason also, when receiving the blessings pronounced by the Kohanim. "The Priestly Benediction." our heads are slightly bowed. Either when acknowledging the Almighty's power and majesty, or when in the act of receiving His blessing, we indicate full dependence upon His grace. • • Why must every blessing express the name and majesty of the Almighty? This is the format set down by the rabbis of old. so that it be clearly understood that we refer to no other Cod. and that we do not believe that his power and majest) are limited. Klrm |. if,in) "1 p in Sermon: *' nt,|..,\ a 'Sal ui da.> 9 a m TEMPLE AOATH YFSHURUN. 102C NE 183rd St., Miam. Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham R-isman. Frl Ia> t:3n p.m C'hir'.es Hull will %  Br ithei ii 11 1 Satnrdaj 9 ,i, \ 1nil Life Through a 11 1 .,, \ l-ull Life I hrough a ,„ Sliel -1 Itnr Mltavah l^eali. ,,'„ Vem'nle." eon of Mr iml Mrs Norman Hoffhter of Mr. and Ml H. Jni Lei ner. Saturdu> %  • a.m. Sermon "WeekI) Pol lion nt the Law e — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. cantor. e TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxlan. Cantor Jacob Goldfrirb. moti: "llepalrlng 1 I96H-W Ras M t' ii ,,,r ,.-.,.,.... arlrlx "ill aaslH In the ietA-lce, and on... I thetr parents will sponsor the 1 ines TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall -1 '-'" 1 1 ..^_,_dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabb. ; y E HUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie Herbert Baumgard. CantrCharles ny-> Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Krldav 8:15 p.m. SeriiiQnj "Saints and Sinners." Onej Bhnbbaf host: Sisterhood. Snturdaa-*9 a.m liar Mn i\ > %  .>f Mi and Mrs. Beryl Radln Kodner. FVIdns T :t > p.m Bermon; "Animals IKIMmore BftUae than People TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOO. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reiorm Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. — • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Stiniland Hall, 11519 So. Dixie hwy. ReconflBC lum „ ra i,„„„ 1 lll U | structionist. R a r 1 1 Morris Skop Cantor Herman Cottliebi rldas p ermon: \ V r ( I,,.,.. ->..•(' %  %  • • • %  ant Pastor liults the Pulpit — Bom. Comparisons t.. the American Rab1 1 blnate Oneg Shabbal hom Slstei li .,. 1 TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hoiiy i 26 I Adar — 6:08 p.m. wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowiti. 1 1. 10 Baturda> %  a n TEMPLE BETH ShO',OM. 4144 Chas: as CANDIWGHJING TIME llllllllllllll—SM



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Pace 14-A W Je n ist Mcridfistn Friday, March 2, 1962 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Browsing mm BOOKS: ay HIIAKT mwpuw Literary Accent en a Little • Known Hereditary Disease RNEY. Bv Margaret Echard. 309 pp. Technically. I suppose the book must be categorized doctor, Peter Foil, is married to a non-Jewish girl — bi SO ERIEF A JO'JRNEY. Bv Margaret Echard. 309 pp. New York: Dotbleday. 53.95. WOU KNOW THE old story: Someone doing a survey %  discovered that books about Lincoln, doctors, or dogs sold bettor than any othors. So someone olso wrote a bock called •Lincoln's Doctor's Dog." It didn't sell, But the old story may have something to it. after all. Margaret Echard's moving book is about a pediatrician — and his wife, and their son. and the people around them — and it is first-rate story-telling. Technically, I suppose the book must be categorized as "light fiction," winch is u say that it lias i o meaning outside its own covers; no careful overtones or hidden undertones comment on the world around us. But ah. what extraordinary light fiction it is! it is a book in which every person radiates his own reality, each character owns his own look, thought and way of speaking, from Dr Emit, the Jewish grandiather, aii the way down to the Major the baby. 1: i.a book in which the successful young Jewish foreign Newsletter TULLIA ZEVI Spanish Jews Avoid Religious Studies Problem Ma A RELIABLE source lure ha.told this correspondent that rumors were circulating that Franco is considering the possibility of modifying his silent lis elimination against Jews. Max Mazin. president of the Jewisl community hero, took up with the sub-l jeel of education. As far as CatholU L religious leaching in public schools is consuiereu. Mr. Mazin stated that, although no law


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Friday, March 2, 1962 Jen4sti fkiridliiair Paqe 15-A FALL-OUT SHELTERS Al ISSUE Right Wingers Exploit Civil Defense Question Right %  wing extremists were l here with using the Civil j,, f e nsi issue as a "pretext t<> ineel their own propaganda" upie American public. These charges were made by Irving Jay Fain, of Providence, i; I., chairman of the Commission vn Social Action of Reform Judaism, at the opening day of a three-day conference on "Judaism and Survival." held on the occasion of the executive committee meetings of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations at the Americana hotel. "It stands to reason that about t h e only national government program that members of the ultra-right wing groups might stand for is the present program of Civil Defense," remarked Fain. "It is therefore not surprising to find members of the extreme right using Civil Defense education and Civil Defense programs as a pretext to interject their own peculiar propaganda. He decried the tendency of rightits to make attitudes toward Civil i i>.M' the "measuring rod by ich to judge their neighbors' iotism or lack of it." n explained that "in the eyes Ihe righl wing, the building of fall-out sheltermust surely apar to be the only practical tcch: ique the I'nited States has found to flghl Communism. Shelters. they conclude, will serve as a delerrent to Soviet thermonuclear attack and clearly demonstrate that the United Stat< s is in a strong retaliatory position." B< hind all of this, remarked Fain, "is obviously the philosophy of double-think — achieve peace through war. Peace, these groups argue, can be achieved only by military means. Such a viewpoint achieves the objective of unifying the military and industrial portions of our society through increased acceptance by civilians of the military program and by lmpiessing military personnel with their dependence upon the indusln; al system." He cited as glaring examples a six-page Civil Defense bulletin issued last November by the JonesLoughlin Steel Company of Pittsburgh. The document, issued for the benefit of the employees, outlines the background of the Communist party and Lenin, the testimony of Dr. Frederic C. Schwarti before the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities, advocates the showing of the controversial filmstrip, "Communism on the Map," and quotes freely from similar sources. Another incident cited by Mr. Fain was a right-wing orientation on Communism which was undertaken by a U.S. government Civil Defense official at a community meeting in Westchester, NY. The ease was brought to the Commission's attention by Rabbi Leon .l-.ck. spiritual leader of the Free Synagogue ot Mount Vernon. N.Y.. who had lodged a protest with President Kennedy. Fain emphasized the fact that the UAHC had not yet developed a "formal position" on the question of Civil Defense. Nevertheless, i'u Commissii n felt thai "this problem is a matter of great ethical concern and warranted study by I.eii nn congri gations." In his attack on the right wing. Fain stated thai Ihe country had been applying the wrong label to these ins. "1 would prefer to call them the 'regressive right' instead %  1 the 'radical right". "The word radical has always been an honored and legitimate word in American history. In their day, both Jefferson and Madison were considered radical, as were Tom Paine and Benjamin Franklin," he said. "It is an irreverent abuse of language to link, even by implication. Welch and Walker with these cherished giants of our country by using the word radical' for both groups. There is nothing radical about the 'rightist' movement today; it is regressive and 1 prefer to so ldentil fy it," declared Mr. Fain. He stated that the 46th general assembly of the UAHC. held in Washington. DC. last November, urged t h e further study of the Civil Defense problem. Member UAHC congregations were asked to present their views in the hope that the Spring meeting of the UAHC Board could ariopt a resolution on this topic. Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of B'nai B'rith Women, District 5, helps Judge Milton A. Friedman, president of the district, as he called presidents of lodges and chapters here for reports on plans for an "Eddie Cantor Israel Night for B'nai B'rith" held recently at the Barcelona hotel in conjunction with the 1962 inaugural conference for Israel Bonds. Etz Chain-. Installs Officers Men Kleiman has been installed tual leader of Etz Chaim. also inpresident of Congregation Etz stalled ihe following officers: ,-,. ,,, rhl „„,„„ .,,... M. iris Brafman. vice president; Chaim, io44 Washington ave. n> ^ m ,., slim .. n „ Scy Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld, spinmour Zucker, secretary. TIE WEEK... IS I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A sage came from Carroll Baker. But such cynicism, even with re sped to my own motives, should hardly overlook the stunning effecl of the general pomp and glitter; for the Israel Bond inaugural happily proved a stunningly successful affair. However much these things may move the contemplative to unkind thoughts about humanity, they also seem to move men to philanthropy. And never shall it be said of American society that the contemplative are its leaders. In sum. I longed Saturday night for the higest purposes of Israel and Israel Bonds to be fulfilled by the stimulation of the contemplative among us. For Israel reborn in our time is the scholarly justification of history's brutality toward Jews. I confess, however, to be hopelessly out of date: since, clearly it is bandstands that are needed. WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM Court Suit Seeks To Unscramble Religious Mix. p NEW YORK—I.ITA)—A court Ol claims took under advisement this week a suit by relatives of a Jewish and a Roman Catholic woman who each received the religious services of the other's faith because of a mixup in morgue identification. The relatives filed suit for $50.000 in damages, each family asking the state of New York for $25,000 for "mental anguish and suffering" caused by the switch. Michael Tumminelli, filed one of the suits. Frank Lott filed the other. Attorney* told Claims Judge Melvin Osterman that Mrs. | Mary Tomminelli, 87, a life-long Catholic, and Mrs. Rose Lott, 66, a Jewess, died the same day in Brooklyn State Hospital. An error in tagging the bodies caused them to be sent to the wrong mortuaries, the plaintiffs asserted. As a consequence, Mrs. Lott was embalmed and placed in a casket with rosary beads, a crucific in her hands and the sign of the croson her bier. Mrs. Tummineli unplaced on the Taharah board and wrapped in the traditional white shrouds under a black cloth bearing a Star of David. The attorneys said the mistake was discovered when the families visited the morgues. Assistant Attorney General Robert Schwarti. representing the state, disclaimed any liability for the error. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 When you move to town...or to a new home... Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts ... and friendly greetings from our religious, civic and business leaders. If you, or others you know, are moving, be sure to phone Welcome Wagon. HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON S2 £5* Sir IS the BEST'



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Fage 16-A 9-Jenisii ncridian Friday. March 2. 1962 Israel Mailmen Stage Walk Out Edward Kennedy, brother of President Kennedy. chat3 with a Yemenite visitor to the Outpatient Department of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center on the western outskirts of Jerusalem during his visit to Israel. Reorganization of Jewish Welfare Board is Advised JERUSALEM—(JTA)—The latest : n a wave ot Strikes to hit Israel in recent week? caused almost total ,-h;ios in .rarie. commerce ami many o her areas this week as a wait* in by Israel mailme I spread post office trwken. Temporary arrangements to distribute mail from emergency s'ai ns -

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the W oman s e WoM by ISABEL GROVE "Jewish Floridian |jde buffet luncheon for Dorothy I.ynn and 20 friends n by her parents. Mr. and Mrs Jack Toppell, ai their home. E i Drive No.. Bay Heights, to mark the special oeca Sweet Sixteen birthday "A Capsule Course in Charm" Miami, Florida. Friday. March 2. 1962 Sectior. E by Miss Fran Beecher proved limitlcs Ij espe.nil! demonstrate r when she used the guests to illustrate Harriet (Mrs. Otto) Fenias and her mother. Mrs. Gertrude leaving next week for the north to attend a wedding riet is to be matron of honor for her niece, Gail Gaines. who 111 sav "I do" to Marvin Peehenik at the Chanticleer in Milburn. \ ,i (HI the 25th Gail is a I960 graduate ol the University" %  Miami school of music, where she was a vice major The r.ewlyweds ill spend the next few months in Kentucky, where ,_ idoni is in service When he returns to civilian life, !\'ll live in California, where he is a P -i-Uid pharm cisi ryone disappointed because otto, who is golf director at the Dora! Country Club, is so busy greeting the "goli jjreals" due plaj the open Tournament there, be won't be able t.> attend • wedding, %  • Two small apartments now available" at Southgate Mrs Ross and George Black, who met pool side there, have swapped n in lor a larger suite which they will occupy when I Ivy i" from a wedding trip to Sarasota Champagne luncheon 60 ai the Eden Hoe's Mona Lisa room followed their noon mar. mi Washington's birthday at Temple Beth Sholom, with ii Leon Kronish officiating Bride chose pale blue si'k vith blue floral hat and veil for the ceremony Wedding bells for Mrs. Nellie Feinber^ and Ben Sheldon now eymooning in Nassau Dr. Irving I.ehrnian tied the nuptial in instudy at Temple Emanu-El, and an intimate luncheon :::< nds and family at the Hit/ I'laza followed Stylish way to be called tor now-a-days is to have a boat draw to your dock Minnie Fcinbcrg stepped onto the deck of the ii re' as guest of cousins Mr. and Mrs. Maury Epstein and hter Rae for a run down to Dinner Key Several nights ed by a visit to the Jai-Alai Fronton with Charles and Minnie •town. Pa., in hir new apartment at the Morten Towers, [ol(.1 by a visit to the JaiAlai Fronton with Charles and Minnie Fascinating place to have a mcctin;*-.". Mis Arthur Chariton -to Mrs Joseph Klein, president, and the board of the an (reek Division, National Council of Jewish Women, on Ine %  •day on her house-boat at dock 14 opposite the Fontainebleau Right next to Surfside f> what timing Mrs Sylvia Rosenstein, of Rutherford, N.J.. merly of Wilmington, Del., and Miami Beach, arrived a: me ol daughter, Rhona (Mrs Marvin) Guberman, just it. tn sit with her three granddaughters Thus treeing Rhona plotting and planning." with Doris (Mrs. Irwin) Block, the s surprises for the luncheon and fashion show they arc chairMar 20 at the Fentainebleau hotel for Lorber chapter Revna Youngerman, local artist, busily occupied preparing %  eral of her paintings to be shown at the Design Derby at HiaRacetrack later this month Last Thursday she spoke on lemporarj art at the formal opening of the Diplomat Academy ut Prof, Paul Kardos is director oi the new school Tenth reunion lor the 1052 class .f Miami Senior High to be • .lii;,. at Miami Springs Villas Man) of the more than %  alums of that year expected, including the members of the efeated 1952 Stingaree football team and former Miami h principal. W It Thoni.iMr. and Mrs. Sol Shave hosts to a large group ol friends for %  r last week at the l'ub restaurant in Coral Gables The Crosby boys. Dennis. Philip and Lindsey. here for the Sullivan TV show emanating from Miami Beach, at King II Court. Miami Springs Villas. There, was-a card from Flo Comanor. a picture of the Franca out in the middle of the ocean with an "X" marking a spot right 'clow the water line. The note said: X marks my room my steward is a fish"' It was the Dr. Bertram Thorpes' 31st anniversary daughter Iris (Mrs. Daniel) Franco's birthday, as well as a celebration on the arrival of the Franco's third daughter. Susan, and to top everything else, there was the announcement of the engagement of son Jay to pretty Roberta Winn ... No wonder the Thorpes had a cocktail partv at their house The decor was very br.d.sh pink and white The cake was made of two intertwm.ng hearts in pink and white decorated with lots of little wedding rings Among the many friends saying "Happy Anything were f course ihe future bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sampson D. Winn. Herbert and Florence Kaufman, Bill and Bee Sussman Peter Gale Mr and Mrs. Ralph Duber, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow, the James Rubys, Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Julien, the B. I. Binders, and Ben Zion and Ruth Ginsburg. Mee.ir.g ai the banquet Saturday evening of the nctiona' inaugural conference of State of Israc-1 Bondin the Fentainebleau hotol are Celt to r'qht) Mrs. Max Weitz. honorary chairman Women's Division. Greater Miami; Mrs. Michael (Joan) Camay, wife of Israel's permanent representative to the United Nations, and Tcking a breather from the stellar festivities at the Israel Bond banquet function: Left to right are Carroll Baker, noted movie star; Mrs. J. A. Cantor, wife of the chairman of the board of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee; and Mr-,. Michael (Joan) Comay. Mrs. Cantor announced a personal purchase of S25.000 in Israel Bonds at the banguet. BB Women Set Tour Abroad B'nai B'rith Women of South Florida is sponsoring a tour to Europe and Israel for 19(52. The 32-day tour, departing New York July 5. features a three-night stay in London, two nights in Nice. including an excursion to Monaco, a four-day cruise on the Mediterranean from Marseilles to Haifa on the SS Jerusalem, with a stopover in Naples. Sixteen days will be spent visguest speaker at the banquet; Mrs. Ian Peerce, national chairman of the Women's Division; Mrs. Sam Sapiro, chairman of Trustees for the Greater Miami Women's Division; and Mrs. Jack Popick, co-chairman, host of the nations committee, and a Women's Division vice chairman. (See Charmingly Yours.' Pg. 9-B.) Women Push Plans To Finish Cedars' Top Three Floors "Harvest-lor Health" will be the Hume of the Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary spring fund-raising program tor l'J62 to be launched at its Mar ti luncheon. Mis. Nathaniel Levin, president. .-.nil the women chose the title because it symbolized the "communily's cornucopia of generosity, overflowing with material contributions to help finish Dade county s newest non-sectarian hospital." The kick-off luncheon, scheduled on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. David W. Levy. 5>2G LaGorce elr.. Miami Beach, will mark the resumption of the Auxiliary's all-out push to bring to completion the top three floors of Cedars, which at this point are still a concrete shell. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. chairman of the Women's Division development fund, will disclose plans tor llarvest-lor-Health" coffees and lui.cheons to be hosted by 16 of Dade's top social and civic leaders %  ho are among the key workers in the Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary. "We invite all women interested in sustaining the health and weltare of their families and their neighbors to join with the Auxiliary in this vital task," said Mrs. Sapiro. More than 700 members will be participating in the spring campaign, according to advance information. Jeanne (Mrs. Sheval) Siff. of Richmond. Va., was Helen (Mrs. fl a g\ er ^} ran ada Sees Film Sevmour) Somerstein's roommate at the University ot Miami Thev were both in each others wedding party; when the Siffs came to Miami, the two girls had a lot of reminiscing to do Not about their complexions either, but about the three children they each have They talked right thr.-ugh dinner ar IK Somersteins. and the Play Boy Club, and then Jeanne had to go to Wolfie's to see if it was still the same The food was just as good, but the same gang doesn't stay around for 12 years. Flagler Granada Jewish Center held a general meeting last Thursday evening. The film. "Time for What — The Secret of the Later Years." on the problems of senior citizens today. was shown. iling Israel, from Mt. Zion and the Orthodox Mea Sherim to Safed, the Hot Springs of Tiberias to Beersheba. the Gaza Strip and many other sites. These will also include Jerusalem. Tel Aviv. Sharon, the mountains and valleys of the Galilee, Mt. Carmel overlooking Haifa and Acre, the Negev and the Port of Eilat. Return trip will include Rome for three days and Paris as climax of the tour. Transfers, baggage handling. sightseeing by private motorcoaches, admissions to special events. first class hotels with private baths, two meals daily in Europe and all meals in Israel are included for ^995 per person, double occupancy. Luncheon Slates Two Reviews Buffet luncheon meeting of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club will be held Monday at the home of Mrs. Lou Ross, 4519 Royal Palm ave. 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Page 2-B +Jelst> fforidiian Friday, March 2. 1952 Cooking Corner Mildred G. Bellin Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka presents ORT Day Proclamation to these Islanders chapter members: Left to right are Mrs. Lilyan Roller, president, and Mrs. Jack Vivian and Mrs. Mark Cirlin, vice president. The document proclaims ORT Day on Miami Beach for the four chapters there. 600 SCHOOLS GET ASSIST Local Chapters of QRT Plan Functions To Honor 'Day' Proclaimed Here Wednesday, Mar. 7. has been proclaimed ORT Day by Gov. Far j rig Bryant in honor of Women's American ORT. Organization for RehabiHation Through Training is a worldwide vocational training agency with ever 600 schools in 20 countries. Students include both teenagers and parenis who have fled from anti-Semitic persecution. In Israel, they hope to reweave the torn threads of their lives. ORT assists them to assist themselves by giving these refugees the chance to gain economic security through instruction in a variety of 1 trades. Mrs. Jacob Glassman is 1 ORT Day coordinator for the j Southeast Florida region. The eleven chapters of the rej gion are planning the following afj fairs: Bay chapter — Luncheon Mar. 7| at the home of Mrs. David Berger, j 2115 Meridian ave. Chairman. Mr*. Saul Ettinger. Coral Gables chapter—Luncheon j Mar. 7 at Westbrooke Country Club. Chairman, Mrs. A. Allen. Greater Miami chapter — Meeting Mar. 7. 8 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Leonard Zilbert. 7504 Treasure dr. Chairman. Mrs. S. Slosi erg. Greynolds Park chapter—Breakfast Mar. 7. 10 a.m.. at the home of Mrs. L. Gluck. 3321 NF 166th si. Chairman. Mrs. Phyllis Snydcr. Hollywood cnaprer — I nampagni party Mar. 6. 8 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Sol Seidman. Chairman Mrs. L. Rosen. Islander? chapter — Hoeriown on Mar. 4. 7:30 p.m.. Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Nor mandy Isle Branch. Chairman. Mrs. Ray Vivian. Miami Beach chapter—Luncheon Mar. 7. 11:30 a.m.. at the home of Mrs. Clifford Newmark. 5184 Pinetree dr. Chairman. Mrs. Paul Taylor. North Dade chapter—Meeting at the home of Mrs. Gerald Freed. 14645 N. Spur dr.. Mar. 7. 8:30 p.m. Chairman, Mrs. Carol Blechman. North Miami chapter — Meeting Mar. 6, 8:30 p.m., at the Balmoral hotel. Chairman. Mrs. I. Greene. South Miami chapter—Meeting Mar. 7. 10:30 a.m., at the home of Mrs. L. Waldman. 7230 SW 126th st. Chairman. Mrs. Marilyn Goldstein. Southwest chapter—Meeting Mar. 7. 8:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Sally Zuckerman. 1802 SW 84th ct. Chairman. Mrs I. I.avinc Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! _~. s .f> I •NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening *~U£u^"tA_e/ thitc/ HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS AN OUTSTANDING, DELICIOUS HEALTH FOOD MADE WITH HONEY, MILK AND RYE FLOUR ALSO SALT FREE NO FAT • NO SUGAR NO SYRUP USED ASK FOR HOLLAND HONEY CAKE AT YOUR MARKET It's a rare man. woman, or child who doesn't love pancakes. Since this love is world-wide, and since each nation has its own traditional favorites, the variety available to please mankind is large enough to I fill a generous volume. The enjoyment of our meals is always enhance*! when buntzes and latkes art; served. A quick, easily made delicacy of the ra : sed. griddle cake type is the Sweet Potato Pancake. First cousin to our blintzes are the filled crepes which are often served as the specialties of fine i restaurants. These may also be \ made at home and are a good choice for a guest luncheon. The technique of baking the crepes,! which are a form of pancake, is I similar to that needed for blintzes. except that the cake is browned on both sides before it is filled. The air bubbles in the batter should be removed by letting it stand or by pricking: the pan must be hot and lightly greased: but mainly, the cook must use a quick motion to spread the batter in a thin even layer before it sets. Sweet Potato Griddle Cakes or Pancakes 1'4 cups mashed, cooked sweet potatoes 2 eggs, well-beaten 1' = 3'J 1 cups milk cups vegetable oil cups sifted, all-purpose flour teaspoons double-acting baking powder teaspoon salt teaspoon powdered nutmeg Be sure the sweet potatoes are completely free of lumps. Combine the eggs. milk, and oil until completely blended. Sift the remaining ingredients together into a bowl. Add the potato mixture and stir only until blended. With a onefourth cup measure, pour the batter onto a hot. greased griddle over medium heat. Cook until the surface is bobbly and somewhat dry. Turn over and brown. These cakes are best when well baked. Serve with butter and syrup or jam. This amount makes 15 large pancakes. 1 1 j 1 2 2>a I 1 .' Sea Food Crepes cup sifted allpurpose flour teaspoon salt teaspoon sugar (ggs plus 2 egg yolks cups milk cups cooked, flaked fillet of sole (1 lb.) 10-oz. cans condensed cream of mushroom soup 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon dry Sherry additional salt to lasts '= cup grated -American style cheese 1 teaspoon Worcester-hit, sauce For the pancake batter, sift n, e flour, '%  teaspoon salt, and suaa: into a bowl. Beat the egg* and en yolks until well blended. Add l \ cups of the milk. Stir into the flow and mix until smooth. Strain through a fine sieve, cover, and refrigerate for two hours. For toe filling, combine the fish. 4 cup ol the condensed mushroom -oup the Worcestershire sauce, lemori juice. Sherry, and additional iaste. Heat a heavy 6-inch frying pan and butter lightly. Pour in about three tablespoons of the batter, tilt the pan quickly to cover the bottom, and bake over medium heat until the underside of the pancake is a golden brown. Turn over with a spatula and brown the other side Turn out on a tea towel, and place 1 a rounded tablespoon of the tisn lilling in the center. Fold over the sides and roll up Kepeat with remaining batter ani tilling. Butter the pan after each pancake is baked. Place the rolls side by side, with the seams under neath. in a well-buttered deep over. proof platter. At this point 'he crepes may be covered, and n[rigerated for a few hours. Or they may be wrapped in foil and frozen When ready to serve, combine the remaining soup and milk with it cheese. Spread over the crepes and bake at 325 degs. F. about 25 minutes, until the sauce is lisj il t browned. Serve from the platter This recipe makes 18 to 20 crepes, to serve 6 generously. Since it's impractical ~f. to put this seal on every bean... We put it here—on the label. It means exactly the same: strictly hosherthe is the seal of approval Of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. i 1 f



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Fridoy, March 2. 1962 *Jmidh MrrSdHtr Page 3-3 i i mm Leaders of Mizrachi Women's Organization here preside at a luncheon honoring the Beersheba Vocational High School in Israel, under construction in the Negev, with sponsorship by M zrachi Women of America and Canada. Fror.'. row (left to right) are Mesdames Sally Gold, co-chairman; Alfred Stone, coordinator of I^izrachi activities in Florida; Harry N. Schwartz, co-chairman; and Israel Teitch, Hatikvah chapter. Rear (left to right) are Mesdames Sarah Silverstein, Miami Beach chapter; Louis Tokayer, Dov chapter; Joseph (Mother) Brenner; Nathan Zeichner, Aviva chapter; and Alvin Levenson, Kinneret chapter. Some 100 women attended the function at the Coronet hotel. Cancer Unit Luncheon Brings Out Many Fashionable Ladies to See New Fashions By EDITH ZIPP Ann. al luncheon of the North Short Cancer Unit was held last WVdnt -day in the Clubhouse restauran; in No. Miami Beach. Your columnist coordinated and was commentator for the show presented by Lewis Fashions. Chairman of the luncheon. Mrs. Henry Baker, wore a gold llame knit bodice over a beige silk satin sheath shirt. Her skirt featured flower petal drapes. Torah Fund Brunch Mar. 8 An orange and white checked cotton was the choice of Mrs.; Harry Pilchick. Mrs. I. Newman were an arnyl of white, with a navy and white polka dot bodice topping her pleated skirt. A navy linen jacket completed her ensemble. Miss Jeannie Moore's charcoal cotton featured a doublej breasted bodice. Mrs. Leonard Shapiro selected a silk print in tones and shades of blue; while Mrs. Robert Willner's choice was an ombre orange silk organza print. Mrs. Ralph Fred-' cricks wore a turquoise silk shantung sheath with a nautical collar, featuring white inserts. A peacock blue silk dynasty brocade shirta blush pink satin belt and matching shoes. Mrs. Robert Avins chose muted tones of golds and greens in her afternoon cotton. Mrs. Arthur Bookbinder was In a purple boucle silk jacket dress. Her bodice and jacket lining were in a blue and green silk print. A powder blue silk shirtwaist, embroidered with royal blue and pink flowers, was worn by Mrs. Ernest Janko. Mrs. Murray Silber chose a red linen sheath with oversize pearl buttons on the bodice. A linen sheath in a frosted orange sherbet ] color was the choice of Mrs. Hy' man Martin. Her decollete neckline and skirt were frosted with white scalloped chantilly lace. Mrs. Harold Wolk's black linen sheath featured jet buttons on her waist length box-style jacket. Annual Torah Fund brunch of the waist wag thc choice of Mrs Lou Honda Branch. National Women's' i av i or League, United Synagogue of America, will be held Thursday, President of the group. Mrs. Mar. g. 11:30 a.m.. at the DeauvUte M rl "\ lA 1 ,n< 'v sc,ectc d a "i" 11 1 color basket weave linen sheath. A band at the waist, and trim on r VI U ...^ C hr t m .. ar !'„.. S ?' r '!.""! *e sleeves, were in aqua. Her straw picture hat repeated this color accent. Mrs. Richard Renieny wore a white arnyl with the hip-Stitched pleated skirt. Her hip hotc leader of Temple Emanu-El. will tx gui -1 speaker. The brunch will culminate all Torah Fund activities in the GreatSTARRING er Miami area. Participating will i eng Ui overblouse was in a bright '"' %  multi-colored floral print. Mesdames David Shapiro. TernA wnlte e yelette sheath was Pie Sinai of Hollywood; Mayer worn bv Mrs ttera iH. Luber. with Abramowitz, Temple Menorah; i Harry Levitt, branch president, Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood; Sol Rogers, Baltimore, of the national Torah Fund. Also Mesdames Harry Koretsky. Temple Emanu-El; Nathan H. J A new religious and social pro Spiegelman. chairman of the day. ; grain for hard of hearing[and deal Temple Zion Sisterhood will present a playlet, "Mrs. Steinberg's Partner in Heaven." Special Program To be Sponsored children and adults is being sponsored by the Hearing and Speech Center of Florida and Temple Judea Sisterhood. The program, the first of its kind in the South, will offer Sunday Leo Mindlin, executive editor of school, religious services, and soThe Jewish Floridian, will be guest cial activities under the direction speaker Sunday morning at Ternof professionally trained instrucple Emanu-EFs youth service and. tors. Mrs. A. David Goldberg is breakfast. I president of Sisterhood. Mindlin to be Speaker -*wv-Y>V -*w A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Served in a glass or a cup... There's Yom Tov spirit in this famous tea... "flavor crushed for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and milchigs and between meal refreshment. TETLEY TEA Certified Kosher under strict Rabbinical Supervision not a powder, not a crystal, but a NEW detergent] Mew Fab is power-blasted under more than 300 pounds of pressure. 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Page 4-B •Y Imltt lftnrfirfi*>r Friday. March 2. 1962 Council Divisions Map Programs Stafi of Camp Judah at Dade Heights Jewish Congregation discuss the camp's program for this coming summer. Left to right are Florence Muchnick, Siegfried Dayan, Sidney Goode. Jerry Greenfield, Arlene Foster. Evelyn Dock, and Betty Mitchell. The camp will be open from June 25 to Aug. 17, offering swimming, athletic field trips, bowling, crafts, music, drama, and dancing. Meals will be prepared in the Dade Heights kosher kitchen. Rabbi Richter on Television Pioneer Women Plan Events Rabbi Harold Richter and Cantor Emanuel Mandel, of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation, will pppear on "The Siill Small Voice." television program sponsored by the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami, on Sunday, 10 a.m.. over WCKT ch. 7. Rahbi Maurice Klein. Of Southwest Jewish Center, and the religious school choral group of Dade Heights, will also be on the program. Bebe Icelson Club. Pioneer Women., will have a "Bon-Voyage" dessert luncheon in honor of Mr?. Libby Horace and Mrs. Sarah Bobier, who are leaving for a trip to Israel. Physician to be Speaker Miami Beach physician. Dr. Seymour L. Alterman, will bo guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District en Wednesday at the Ritz P!a*a oil. T>pic will be "Diabetes and Event will be held Sunday. Mar. Heart Trouble. Causes and Treat Dr. Medow Seeks Council Seat Dr. Frances S. Medow. retired chiropractor, has announced her candidacy for the Surlside Town i Council, election to be held Mar. 20. Dr. Medow and her husband. Nathan, residents of Surfside for seven years, own and manage the Bal Mar Manor a| Before moving ti Surfside. Dr Medow practiced for 11 years in Detroit. Mich., and istill an ac tive member of the Michigan Stati Chiropractic S ciety. She als i did social w' rk for three years foi th State of Michigan in I Is ol old age assistance, aid fcr the blind, ai I ir denl clvldre: %  aid for the lisabled she ia meml er tl Surfside Civil Assn S Sock tj u I American N'atui al Hy {iei i ie'y. In hei ; sition to Chattel v n ; ;. i I '.. on the Mar 20 ballot caus [gives unlimited -; district' pov rs to par! ii meel thi Surfside; anti 11 ise 'be enforced; eorreel areas in Sui by qualil i neers who gua ranti irk; no c m r r pair v n k municipal emergencj to be dot lai nary. Febi irj or M I 11. 2 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Casow. 7222 Trouville Esplanade. Miami Beach. Program chairman is Mrs. Esther Weinstein, and Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden is president of the up. Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women, was to hold its regular meet: : this Thursday evening at Miami Hebrew Congregation. Mrs .lack Raffel. president, was to present plans for the donor luncheon to be held at the Fontaine,u hotel. Mrs. William Gruber w as to ia l a group of h iliday songs appropriate to Purim. % %  i Mur Club, Women, will have % % %  picnic and luncheon ,n Sunday noon, Mar 11, al Cranon Park, pit 4. lot 2. Mrs Oscar Zeltzer .hairman. is Mrs Isaac Pushkin ment." Dr. Abraham Wolfson v. ill rev.ew the current news, and Joseph Malek and Jacob Fi.-hman. coThe nine divisions of the Great•r Miami Section. National Counil of Jewish Women, will present I variety of programs at their ragliar monthly meetings on Wedneslay. according to Mrs. Sidney Lewis, pre.dent. • Sunset Division will hear four Cuban refugees in a panel discus don, ".',('u:-;ilv: fij'n New Way of'' Life." Mrs. Bernard Abel, pro oram chairman, will he moderator at the meeting, to be held al Hillel House cm the University >>i Miami campus at 12:30 p.m. • V Shores Division will meet al V.estview Country Club ut l p.m. Program will feature a panel discussion on family problems by a psychiatrist, a family counseloi and a rabbi. Title is 'Happiness is Becominu." • • • Bay Division will hear Hendrik Bems, newspaper columnist, on the "Political Scene in South America," at the Washington Federal bldg.. 1133 Normandy dr.. at 1 p.m. Biscayn* Division will present Mrs. I. M. Weinstein in a review of "House Without a Roof," by Maurice Hindus, at the Pythian Lodge. 4601 W. Flagler St.. at nocn. Evening Division will hold a games night at Toby's Cafeteria. 2720 SW 8th St.. at 7:30 p.m. • Indian Creek Division will prechairmen. have planned communse.it Mrs. Charlotte Feuer in a ity singing Biscayne Chapter Buffet Supper Bisi ivne chapter of the Vn can Jewish Congress will 1 buffet supper and reception in honor of Jack D. Gordon, of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The affair will be held at the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Zuckerman, 17120 NE llth ct No. Miami B< Two Classes in Yiddish Agiulath Israel Hebrew Institute is inaugurating two classes in Yiddish to be held Monday through Thursday. 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., under supervision '>f Dr. 1 s a a c Ever Registrations are now being acepl d Beck Reviews Set Tuesday [ma will bo th themi f (views i Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritlei : (mple Bel h ?holom, %  • on Tuesday, 12 10 p m ; II. to : announcemi nl by Mrs Al book project Ki '. the maker by M a r • hi Is in I "A Nation i William Lederer. Pr ceeds go I >w irds the S religious scl fund. Mrs Harvey K Kran Sistei Molly Picon's MISH-MASH % % % i % % > i % AMERICA'S No. I 700% PURE BEEF PRODUCTS only ths finest in taste and quality from Kosher Zion made tresh daily in our new, modern, clean, stainless steel kirchens, under strict U.S. Government inspection and Orthodox Rabbinical Supervision. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO t CHICAGO S, 111. COASTLINE PaoviS.ON CO., INC., 855 Biscayne St., Miami Beach Phone*: J| 8 6232, JE 8-6231 4 < i 4 < 4 4 < 4 I < i 4 4 4 i < 4 4 < 4 < 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i < 4 4 To be accepted by New York audiences, whether Second v nue or Broadway, a performer first has 11 make a name i ir himself elsewhere. One of my "elsewheres" was a little town in Eastern Europe called Keshinev. That was years of course, when ::i Iron Curtain had an entirely rent meaning. The e of scenery in Keshinev's i ily theatre a converte 1 stable) consisted of an all-purpose I bai k I: ip with a loor in the center, literally an iron lin. One s;j 0 h:iJ a garden painted on it, the other a living mom. Whenever I m i le an exit <>r entrance, the entire rop vibrated so violently, it sounded like the Cossacks -. • coming. ick to the story, Keshinev was located right on the I' ird i and Russia, in one of those pi iv'':.:> instantly see -. (d from one i mntry to the other. ms tl %  m %  r if our theatre wanted to register his children in >r, hut was confused about try he was a citiz n of. Finally, he called the %  nd said, "Excuse m -. Mr Min %  1 live un the border. Am I in Russia >r in Romania?" n the official told him I • w is in R im inia, he bre th I h if relict and said, "Thank heaven, 1 couldn't stand Russian winter."' Well, I don't know how they keep warm in Russia, but the %  coldinAmeri i, I need a nice hot plate of soup. K ikeach, of course. There are canned soups and there artcanned soups. Believe me, Rokeach soups are in a class by iselves. Take Rokeach Chicken Soup. Ever hear of makchicken soup without chicken? Some companies do, but not Rokeach. Such wonderful flavor you can't get when • u try to cut corners. Rokeach uses the real thing, fresh strictly kosher chickens, the very finest. And such variety. There's Chicken Soup with Noodles, with Kreplach, and naturally, Rokeach Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls. You know, a good cook can ruin her reputation the very first time she makes heavy matzo balls. So why take a chance? Let Rokeach make your matzo balls. Each one will be absolutely perfect, light as a feather. After all, Rokeach doesn't have a masters degree in matzo balls for nothing! ^TM&J home of Mrs. Fred Meyer. 1325 Venetian Way. San Marco Isle, j 1 p.m. "Dynamic Israel," a eolor film, will be shown following business meeting. Lincoln Division will hear M: •. Minnie Fetaberg, executive seci tary of the Greater Miami Sectiw NCJW, on "My Role in Council Office.'-at the Sea Oull ho•• 12:30 p.m. • • • South DaHe Division, n c tt member of the Council famil; will have a musical Purim pr i warn at its meeting in Westbrookj Country Club at 9:30 a.m. review of "Mirror. Mirror on the Wall." by Gaylord Hauser. The meet m; will be held a! the Algiers hotel. 12:30 p.m. • Islarc's Division will meet at the Deep rich mellow tasty... MCHLESS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE i Buy it sliced or in a bfg tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes ... for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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Friday. March 2, 1962 +Je*istFk>rHiar> Page 5-B 'Perfidy' Will Be Reviewed "Perfidy," by Ben Hecht, will be ihe subject ol a book review presented at a mcc.ing of Hebrew Academy Women en Wednesday noon at the Wakiman hotel. Mrs. Tobias Simon, a vice president of tiMu.Hthrew Academy I'TA, will review this new controversial work. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro is president 01 Hebrew Academy Women. Mrs. -imon is also hbruiy chairman of the women's organization. UN Study Group United Nations study group will meet Tuesday evening at the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn., lor a discussion of "Which Way Indo-China'" Mrs Anna Weiss is chairman. Yeshiva University Women's Orocn'.zation. men act:ve in commun,ty life !iom various of th3 country, participate in a tea upon; c:ed by Mrs. Jennie Gros'-inrpr .o discus: the lation of a new chapter in the Miami area. 7. e isa v.as held at tho home of Mr3. Morris Faik, oi 5256 Pinetree dr. Guest spaakar wes Mrs. Jjny Rothman. of New York ibo'.tom, second from right), nawly-e!ected national p esident ol the lesi.iva Univer-ily Women's C-gjnization. or ^'icnit \^4ct^ Jheir <^_7lc/p By ISABEL GROVS I i: i In i "i of Ihc Fni la'.ne. t. i [ill %  '. again las) %  M ol beautiful!): women .: %  d tl .. i i und ; %  usuai, to help who help othei >. This tin e. the sixth annual di of tinFight tor ... ( ol Grcat< r Miami, fi ,'. glimpsed :" the crowd. Meyer Friedman in black -e own with thiii str;ipknit of royal blue with sepoints lor Mrs. Barney Davis, Harbor. 'Ilu contrast ol •tine while satin under a earn< red satin great coal tor ;•.: live Gale (Mrs. Sam) Berlin. White aho for Mrs. Harold Mary) Wynn, hers a beaded i Death topped with loosetitting. • atin. • lull, lull skirt and snug bod.i. my outfit on Mrs. ."lace embroi. red a I tn Paris o match >. ei %  11... i > portrait cull.': • hilla. .Mums Gidnej s royal blue sheath had a deep \ iront I ack, and Stilly (Mrs. Hai I • <: lovely in black lace and grej ^. Pretty •* vette .Mrs. Micky) aus attired in blue with silver • ..'is. and a tricky side (Irapi i Leo Koblliscns cililll'l even Louise Wise Chapter Party Mrs. r'rances Herder, vice pies;tnt in charge of fund-raising for t Louise Wise chapter of the Florida Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, has announ

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T "Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[Volume 35 Number 9
Miami, Florida. Friday. March 2. 1962
Two Sections Price I'"c
CHIEF RABBI IN ADDRESS
Jewish Congregants
In Moscow ReqLasted
To Shun Israel Envoys
NEW YORK(JTAK-i-Thc New York Times described this week.
a dispatch from Moscow, a scene in a Moscow synagogue in which
i Chief Rabbi and a dozen lay Jewish leaders implored the congre-
:i to shun contacts with visiting Israeli diplomats.
\hnut 200 congregants, most of
m fur-hatted elderly men. lis-
tened in resigned silence. But
re were scattered bursts of ap-
ause and shouts of "That's
: jlit." The theme of the meeting,
[ailed to discuss an article publish-
in Trad, the Sov'et labor union
spaper, was that the syna-
i is not being used for the
se for which it is intended."
Trad article had charged that
Israeli diplomats were using Rus-
synagogues to meet with Rus-
Jews for alleged purposes o(
i
Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leb Levin
. z^md the synagogue meafi'-.i
* tu. a plea for absolute quiet.
Next a man stood up waving the
the issue cf Trud and assailing
-? israe'is in Russian. The
Chief Rabbi explained to the
Times correspondent that since
some congregants could not
<=ak Yiddish, they could use
Russian.
alter another the lay lead-
ers stressed that the synagogue
a house of worship, not a so-
hall. They cautioned worship-
pers againtf having communica-
' ens-".I o boost circulation (jf
the periodical from its present
40,000 and to convert it from a
^'monfh'y to a monthly publics
lion. He laughed off suggestion:
there might be a resurgence ol
anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union
"Unfortunately," he told Hen-
ry Shcskes, an American Yid-
dish journalist, "there art Jews
among the speculators and evi-
dently some Jews have passed
Continued on Page 5-A
Rusk Reports

r
rush Bias
Yosef Tekoah, currently Is-
rael's Ambassador to Brazil,
has been appointed the new
Israeli Ambassador to Mos-
cow. Ke succeeds Arieh
Harol, who served as Israeli
." mbassador in Moscow until
ast year. Ambrssador Te-
koih. 3"", was do tv head
ol Ihe Israe'i delegation to
the United Nctions from 1S58
to 1960. (JTA
WASHINGTON
Si mi progress"
I'm ed State: to
rimination by
(JTA.
in efforts by the
break down dis-
Arab countries
Military Regulations
For Arabs Following
7e3!KS
JERUSALEM(JTA)A series ol relaxations in the military rah
of Israel in Arab-populated horde areas was scheduled this week ti
be put into effect soon following a debate on fie issue in the Knesset.
Israels Parliament.
Prime Minister David Ben Cur
ion announced his agreement ti
"he proposed measures after th
ells
or dealings with Israeli vis- debate. They included the right ol
llors. Several speakers warned
gainst taking from such visitors
-.Its of prayer shawl.-, and prayer
roks.
The meeting ended with a resolu-
in asking congregants to avoid
ratings with Israelis and called
Israelis to stop giving presents
Russian .lews.
I he -cene was described by the
rimes as one of sharp contrast
ith that ol the office ol Aaron
>'ergelis, editor of the Sovietische
Peimland, the new Yiddish-langu-
g< periodical.
V( rgelis said plans were beina
<,
nit for
3* CuJ
Leo Mindlin. executive ed-
itor of The Jewish Floridian.
has been named to receive
the distinguished Louis La-
Med Award of the National
Foundation of Jewish Cul-
ture.
The award, announced in
New York by the Founda-
tion, cites Mindlin for his
contribution to the cultural
scene of the American Jew-
ish community through the
pages of The Jewish Floridian
and the English-Jewish press
of the nation.
Official presentation of the
award will be made at a
function here in Mindlin's
honor Mar. 15.
appeal for Arabs convicted by mil
itary courts, the lifting of night
curfews where they still existed,
the granting of freedom-of move-
menl permits good for a year in
stead of shorter perods, and the
end of all restrictions on move-
ments in Druse communities.
Insisting that some form of
military rule was still needed in
the border areas, the Prime Min-
ister tolc" the Knesset before
series of votes on the issue, that
he considered abolition of mil-
itary government "an abandon-
ment of the state to the intrigues
of the enemy in the neighboring
countries and the intrigues of
these who hate Israel in this
country." He said military rule
was necessary both to the secur-
ity of Israel and "to the peace
of the Arabs in Israel who wish
to live in tranquility and hope
for peace between Israel and
her Arab neighbors." He said
there were many Israeli Arabs
who supported President Nasser
of Egypt and who were still un-
reconciled to the existence of Is-
rael.
Menaherr. Beigin of Herat am
i, ,Kov iin/an of Mapam contend
d the government did not need
such means to copi with securit>
Continued on Page 3-A
ainst American Jew.- was repin-
ed this week by Secretary of State
Dean Rusk.
The Secretary's optimistic char
icterization ol American efforts t<>
overcome Arab trade and travel re
Diction against American Jews
,as made in a telephone conversa-
i d New York.
Secretary Rusk's telephone call
was a follow-up to a personal
meeting the two men held on the
subject of Arab discrimination
at the State Department last
week. The Secretary had prom-
ised, following that meeting, to
advise Rep. Farbstein "shortly"
about tiie status of .continuing
talks v/ith Arab leaders.
That the Slate Department was
continuing to look into the matter
was ma e clear from the following
statement Secretary Rusk autho-
rized Rep. Farbstein to release:
"We are very much interested in
he mater. We are working on it
onstantly. We are not discour-
sed and think we are making some
progress."
DfAN BUSK
UNIFIED AGENCY ENVISIONED
Reorganization of Jewish
Welfare Board is Advised
NEW YORK (JTA1 Recom-
mendations tor a major reorgamza-
tion of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board's national and regional
lay and professional structure, op-
erations and service programs were
made public this week following
adoption by t h e JWB executive
committee. The recommendations,
are an outgrowth of a year-long1
study by a committee of 51 nation-
al leaders. They will be submitted
for the evolution of JWB as a uni-
fied agency to the extent feasible,"
in place of the present operation
of JWB's Jewish Community Cen-
ter and Armed Forces services as
distinct local, regional and national
entities. A second recommendation
provides that 'wherever possible
the same national and regional staff
units of JWB shall be used to serve
both the Armed Services and vet-
erans and Jewish Community Cen-
fields." This proposal is de-
tor consideration and action to the
national biennial convention ol[the r gnd
,,W1- which will take place ,n A ^ ^ m,w
in Miami Beach.
The first recommendation calls Continued on Page 16-A
Army Boots Out
Nazi Party Crank
WASHINGTON (JTA I An
active member of George Rock-
well's American Nazi Party has
b< en dismissed from his job with
the Army Map Service, the De-
fense Department reported here.
Notice of the dismissal of Schuy-
ler Ferris was given in a letter to
Cong. Seymour Halpern. of New
York, who has waged a campaign
sii.ee last summer to have Ferris
ousted from his post. Ostensible
reasons lor the dismissal as stated
in the Department's letter were
"insubordination, absence without
have and on-duty conduct adverse-
ly affected morale and work pro-
duction."
Rep. Halpern had demanded
that Ferris be fired after it was
learned that the map specialist
had provided the so-called "hate
bus" which toured the South last
summer manned by Rockwell's
followers. The Defense Depart-
ment had previously told Cong.
Halpern that such charges were
insufficient grounds for dismis-
sal. Ferris' newest difficuffies
began some ten days ago when
he was arrested in connection
Continued on Page 6-A
Knesset Given Record 2 Billion Plus Budget
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM A draft budget
'otaling I 2.357,000.000 ($785,370.-
!o0) for 1962-63 was presented to
' the Knesset Tuesday by Finance
Minister Levi Eshkol. While the
budget estimate for the coming
fiscal year is I363,000,000. (S121.-
000.000' more than this year, the
bulk of the increase is due to the
devaluation of Israel's currency
carried out two weeks ago.
A surplus of I 40,000,000 ($13.-
000.000). to be set aside to meet
anticipated price increases, makes
this the first surplus budget in Is-
isel's history.
In presenting the budget, Mr.
Eshkol pointed out that the new
Israeli dollar exchange rate will
cost the government I277,000.000
(S92.30O.000) more to pay for the
country's security needs, capital
goods and services, and to pay capi-
tal interest on foreign debts.
A feature of the new budget is
the absence cf export premiums
which would have totaled '2W
000,000 next year if the new gov-
ernment economic policy had
not provided for the abolition of
such payments, Mr. Eshkol
stressed. The only subsidies to
be maintained will be I 35,000,
000 for vital edible products to
keep such prices down.
Direct taxes will account for 43
percent of government income com-
pared with 36 percent in the previ-
ous year's budget. Indirect taxes,
mainly from customs duties, will
be proportionately less in the com-
ing year.
Expenditures under tht new bud-
Ccntinoed on Page 7-A
I


Page 2-A
+Jewisl> Htricfian
Friday, March 2, 1962
AJComm. Opens Israel Office
Miami City Commissioner David Kennedy
iliird irom left) presents Theodore Brooks, of
Long Isand, N.Y., national commander of the
Jewish War Veternas, with a key to the city.
Looking on (from left) are Ralph L a m p e r t,
No. Miami Beach; State JWV trustee, Sue
Kaufman, Miss Miami Jaycee; Henry Norton,
Miami, deputy commander of the Florida JWV;
and Ainslee Kerdie, Coral Gables, first junior
vice commander of the Forida JWV. Brooks is
here to speak to delegates at the Southern
regional meeting on Sunday.
Miamians to Honor Yeshiva University
President Dr. Belkin at Reception Mar. 6
Sam Waldm;in. Miami Beach ho-
tclman and philanthropist, will
head a sroup oi leading Greater
Miami Jes u. welcome Dr. Sam-
uel Belkin. president of Yeshiva
University.
A reception will bo held at Wald-
. > boti 1 on Monday evening,
5, in Dr. BeUcin's honor. It
II be the first in a series of ><>-
...-.'. affairs celebrating the univer-
sity's 75lh anniversary, and will
City's 73! :i :r.:..:\ < i
Also scheduled ;- a 75th anni-
versary dinn- : : Yeshiva Uni-
vi rsity on Tnesda>. 7 p.m.. at the
Sterling hotel. Honored will be the
university's Diamond Jubilee Am-
assadors.
Ambassadors are a nationwide
group of holiness and communal
leaders who have contributed at
least $1,000 to foster educational
opportunities for youth at the
university.
Awards will be presented to this
patron group for their "distin-
guished service to higher educa-
tion." More than 600 persons
throughout the country are cur-
rently enrolled as Ambassadors of
Yeshiva University.
Max J. Etra. New York attorney
and chairman of the university's
board of trustees since 1953. will
serve as chairman. Dr. Belkin will
b< glK -; speaker.
Dr. Belkin. president of Yeshiva
ii.ie 1943. is a distinguished schol-
ar, author and educator. His rise
10 prominence in the field was un-
derscored in 1957. when he was
selected by the U.S. State Depart-
ment, along with Presidents Has-
of Notre Dame. Pusey, ol
Harvard, and three others to tell
the Russian people about the pur-
poses of American higher educa-
tion in "Amerika." the Russian-
language publication issued by the
U.S. Information Agency in the So-
viet Union.
Dr. Belkin has been accorded nu-
nK'rous honors and tributes and has
been singled out on many occa-
sions by groups representing all
denominations "for his outstand-
ing contributions to American life."
In June. 1959. on the occasion of
his 15th anniversary as president,
he was recipient of an honorary' de-
gree from his alma mater. Brown
University.
Among the Diamond Jubilee
Ambassadors to be honored here
are Morris Bienenfeld, Irwin I.
Cohen, Charles Fruchtman, Jack
S. Popick, Leo Robinson, Mat-
thew Rosenhaus, and Nat Wolf,
of Lakeland.
Proceeds of the Mar 6 dinne'
will be allocated for the mainten-
ance of the university's widespread
academic, community service and
research activities, including an
annual Si.000.000 program of schol-
arship assistance to gifted students
of limited financial means.
By Special Report
NEW YORKThe American Jew-
ish Committee is initiating a spe-
cial educational and cultural ex-
change program in Israel. The
Committee is opening an Israel
office tor the first time l
the | rogl. :.'.. "Dr. ." .:" -i i
executive vice president of the
Committee, announced.
Maxima Yasupsky, dir< tor ol
1 the Committee's Latin American
I office5 ior 16 years, has beer
I named to head the Committee'
new Israel nine, with headquar-
ters in Tel Aviv. The e lucatior.a!
program will bo coordinated in the
U.S. by the AJC's Committee on
Israel, which is headed by Alan M.
Stroock, a leading New York at-
torney.
The chief purpose of the Com-
mittee program in Israel will be
to foster mutual understanding
between Israelis ard Jews in the
United States and other free
countries throughout the world.
Yagupsky will also hMp ii
ii I iiittee current
raeli cor eras and problems >
ire oi -'. i ial interest to Jew
I this country.
one i important aspi
the pr< gram will be the publ
" .'' m lependen' n fp
I in Hi I rew. It will be similai
chara< Ii r to "Comment
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Reform Synagogues Will Meet at Dinner
To Inaugisrcrte UAHC Campaign Here
Stl Ri'.fiTtD PHOTO PACl 10A
Junior Choir of Temple Beth Sholom, under the
direction of Can'or David Conviser. partici-
pated in o special music program entitled "The
Oratorio," at services last week. First row
,'eft to right) are Val Jonas, Sue Otchin, Bar-
bara Segal, Donna Romburg, Susie Newman,
Donna Meitus, Linda Glueckauf, Lori Russ,
Maralyn Mittentag, Sharon Wilson, Linda Op-
penheimei. Second row are Lois Beckman.
Maxine Kronish, Sherry Levine, Susan Kop-
pele. Barbara Dansky, Joanne Lowell, Cynthia
Markley, Karen Fisher, Vivian Shelist, Jill
Goldman, Joyce Goldman. Third row are Billy
Radin, David Harvey, Mitchell Pearl, Mark
Hershey, Gary Rackear, Murray Baker, Can-
tor Conviser, Michael Lux, Mark Libow. Steven
Haas, Robert Conn. Eddie Wissner, Gerry
Racoff. Not shown are Norma Robinson, Gail
Grossman, Wayne Schoenfeld, Kyle Cohen,
Ronnie Postman. Leila Zenderland. Jill Bloom,
Sandy Cohen, Joan Lodge, Janet Speckert,
Judy Topol. ______
Greater Miami synagogues will
bold their first inaugural dinner on
behalf of the Combined Campaign
for American Reform Judaism at
the Dupont Plaza hotel on Sunday
evening, Mar. n.
Rabbi Jacob Rudin. of Great
Neck. N.Y.. will be featured speak-
er at the dinner, which will launch
the campaign tor the Tnion of
ol American Hebrew Congregations
and the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
i.-h Institute of Religion.
Cantors Jacob Bornstein, of Tem-
ple Israel, and David Conviser. of
Temple Belli Sholom. and the Tem-
ple Israel Choir, will provide musi-
cal highlights for the evening.
Honored for service to the maj-
or institutions of Reform and Lib-
eral Judaism will be James M.
Albert, pres;dent. Temple Beth
Sholom; Ben Essen, president.
Temple Judea; David J. Light,
Temple Beth Am, a member of
the national board of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions; Sam H. Lubell, president.
Temple Sinai; Sidney M. Schulti,
Hialeah Reform Jewish Congre-
gation; and Henry E. Wolff, past
president. Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, and national vice
chairman of the board of trustees
of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations.
Of special interest to this area
will be the story oi the new South-
east Region Youth Camp which will
be opened for the first time this
year to serve teenagers of local
congregation--.
Funds raised by the Combined.
C; mpaign in the past, and in the
future years, are used to help to
make this camp one of the fine-:
ol its kind in the nation and will
also help to provide facilities, in
tlr.' near future, tor adult retreati
;;.-, well.
Arch Restrictions Eased
Continued from Page i-A
problems at the borders Pinl -
Rosen of the Liberal Party and Is-
rael Bar-Yehuda of Achdut Avoda
said that depriving Israeli Arabs
Of their civil liberties hurt Israel's
prestige.
The Knesset defeated five sep-
arate motions to abolish military
rule 59 to 55 on all five motions,
with coalition lines scrambled in
the voting. The Prime Minister
i won the backing of one Arab dep-
uty of his Mapai Party
Golden Jubilee Dinner Dance Will
Mark Beth David Anniversary Mar. 11
Beth David's Golden Jubilee din-
ner dance, commemorating the
congregations 50th anniversary, will
be held Sunday, Mar. 11, in the
(.rand Ballroom of Beth David.
Greater Miami's pioneer syna-
gogue was organized in 1912 under
lie name of B'nai Zion. In 1917
lie name was changed to Beth Dav-
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8th st., by 1W0, the rapidly ex-
panding Jewish population of
Greater Miami made it neces-
sary for the congregation to pur-
chase a new site at NW 3rd ave.
In 1925, Beth David engaged the
first permanent rabbi in the com-
munity, and established the first
religious school.
By Aug.. 1961. the building of ad-
ditional facilities, spearheaded by
S. J. Spcctor. was completed. Spec-
tor donated some $240,000, plus the
use of his company, Spector & Sons,
towards the $500,000 project.
Besides offices, the addition in-
cludes air-conditioned classrooms,
a 175 seat chapel, mooting rooms,
a modern kitchen equipped to
service 600, and the Grand Ball-
room, which seats 700 and is adap-
table for plays and concerts, re-
ceptions, dinners and dances.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro is spi
ritual leader of Beth David.
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3AY U. BINDER Correspondent
Volume 35 Number 9
Friday. March 2. 1962
26 I Adar 5722
Tricky Diplomacy
Israel's new Ambassador to
ihc Soviet Union will have a diffi-
- t iob ahead of him. Yosef
Tekoah is walking into one of the
most tricky diplomatic posts in
the world.
For one thing, the Russians,
by all reliable and frequently in-
creasing reports, are showing ad-
vancing degrees of anti-Semitic
behavior both on the popular and
of::cial levels of their affairs.
For another, the Soviets, deny-
lr.c that this is the case, "explain"
their special treatment of the Jew-
ish community based on an
equally special view cf the State
o: Israel. As the Russians see it,
Israeli envoys are all super-spies
ir.:ent on subverting Soviet-Jewish
patriotism and on stimulating as
much immigration to Israel from
behind the Iron Curtain as pos-
sible.
The difficulty with the charge
is that there can be no denying
ct least some of it; but this is the
essential trouble inherent in all
Communist evaluations, which
frequently contain an irrefutable
cere twisted every so slightly to
emerge in the form of outrageous-
ly absurd propaganda relating only little to
the original truth.
Of course, Israel would welcome Jews from
behind the Iron Curtain and. of course, hrge
numbers of Soviet Jews would leave if they
could. No Israeli envoy, or any other kind
o: diplomat, need "subvert" their patriotic
feelings. The Russian Jewish community has
demonstrated the validity of this position on
many occasions: swamping visiting Israeli
delegates in a variety of fields with affection
and hush-hush questions; overwhelming Is-
raeli athletes with friendship and more whis-
pered questions; suggesting, hinting, and
querying in veiled secrecy an interest in the
state ot affairs in Israel and the free world.
None of this needs either speculation or
interpretation. It speaks for itself. But, more
irrpoitant, the increasing Russicn repressions
of Jewish cultural, intellectual, and religious
forms of expression speak for themselves. Re-
ports during the past ten days that Moscow's
Jewish congregants have openly denied all
ties of spiritual curiosity with respect to Israel
and have vowed to prohibit themselves irom
future contact with Israelis of any official
variety are a case in point.
This is as good as saying that the vow hes
ben forced on them in an "either or" way. It
seems also as good as saying that the shoe is
on the other foot that it is the Soviet rulers
who are justifying their anti-Semitism in terms
of international diplomacy much like the Hitler
horde did, if thus far less violently, and that it
is not the Israelis who have "forced" the Rus-
sian government to adopt "counter-measures"
to their "spying."
For all these reasons, and for more, Am-
bassador Tekoah will have a difficult time of
it in Moscow. We wish him well.
JTA
But large numbers will also start new lives
in Israel, joining their destinies to the future
ot the Jewish State reborn. In either case, ::
means increasing migration burdens on Israel
and an increasing responsibility that the
American Jewish community must accept in
the matter of financing these burdens, which-
everdirection the Algerians take.
This should remind all of us: Have you
given to Greater Miami's 1962 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, the major share of whose annual
goal goes to assist Israel?
Algerian Jewry's Dilemma
Prospects for Algerian Jewry seem dim.
Whatever the Jews may say for themselves.
Algerian rebels are bent on regarding them
as European to the bitter end.
There can be no more deprecating oath
hurled by independence-seeking Algerians to-
day.
This means that, once again, a large Jew-
ish community is on the move, its deep-sunk
roots mercilessly torn away. Many Algerian
Jews will undoubtedly elect to go to France;
indeed, reports already indicate that the route
is jammed.
No Compromise on Issues
We are glad to note that Secretary of State
Dean Rusk has reported "progress" in the gov-
ernment's effort to alleviate the anti-Sen'.::::
policies of the Arab nations directed against
American citizens of the Jewish faith.
But somehow, we feel that. "p; ogress" is
not enough. For "progress" suggests a give-
and-take on an issue that can have no de-
batable viewpoints.
Solutions may not be simple, but the ques-
tion at hand seems crystal clear. The Arab
nations, in their official and commercial deal-
ings with the United States, have relegated
American Jews to second class citizenship by
denying them the rights and privileges guaran-
teed to all.
Furthermore, the U.S., in its failure to hop
on these restrictions, has given the Arabs carte
blanche to increase the scope of the restrictions,
for it suggests to them that what may have
seemed outrageous in the first instance even
to the Arabs, themselves, is apparently accept-
able in Washington.
It is the suggestion of acceptability that
has since made the Arabs more truculent than
ever. The net result has been the extension of
Arab boycott activity against U.S. firms with
Jews in executive positions, against companies
using merchant shipping with Israeli ports of
call, and so on down the line.
If there is more than just public relations
value to Secretary Rusk's announcement, then
it must be welcomed as an effort to roll back
the tragic damage already done not alone
to American Jews but to American principles
of democracy.
Even so, it is no more than the beginning
of a course that will demand some hard rid-
ing and no bargaining. There can be no com
promise on the fundamental issue involved.
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN

i
THE POMP and glitter of b-
rael Bond national inaug
urals are by now traditional
Certainly, they have not -yet
become self-defeating. Indeed,
all of the staging and at least
some of the ceremony must
be excused in the nam of a
higher purpose they sell
bonds. Such was the case with
the 196? eoener last weekend
at the Fontainebleau hotel
wjjich seared Ajrecord tally a**!*. 150.000 tOHHd the S66.54.efj<*-9*
as the goal for the current year. My own opinion is that the Satur
day night banquet was much too lung a marathon designed to test
the endurance of the milling thousands who had come to participate
in a noteworthy event, and a'so to crane anxious necks for the
precious sight of a stellar array of notables.
Neither was the length of the program proportional to the num
ber of personalities taking part in it. Rather, it seemed to be shape!
by an obtrusive lack of suitable focus. There were, of ccurse. the
Michael Comays and Eric Johnstons and Jack Bennys and Edward
G. Robinsons and Ed Sullivans and Sophie Tuckers, et alii, in pro
lifrrous profusion. But none really had anything worth saying
except Ambassador Ccrr.ay. The Ambassador, however, knew it was
no; his show: and so he studiously and steadfastly avoided th? lime-
light, only coming at odd moments to the point of really engaging in
an\ thing serious, and then instantly withdrawing in order not to bur-
den the buoyancy of an otherwise festive occasion.
What .Mr. Comay tried to get across was thai Israel has emergi
in the role of brilliant pioneer and pacemaker for all new nations of
the world." This, he emphasized by describing the customary re
sponse of the African delegations at the United Nations to the con
tinning Arab harangue against Israel: "We have got to know the
Israelis." Ambassador Ccmay reported the Africans as saying, "and
we have found thev are cultivating their deserts instead of ndir.;
around them in gold plated Cadillac-
.^ NATION Of DtDICATtD MISHUGOYIM1
A GAINST THESE NOTABLE diplomatic victories, the Ambassador
** balanced Israel's latest project rolling back the sands of her
southland. "It takes a nation of meshugoyim' (maniacs) to
think of redeeming the Negev." he declared, characterizing the area
in terms cf "a desolate wedge like the badlands of Arizona a kind
of lunar landscape."
But such, indeed, are the Israelis, he observed, who have fought
the move to disengage the Negev from pre-state Palestine as early
as 1946. "We would go down there in the night." Mr. Comay said,
"and when the British awoke in the morning, they might find eleven
Dew Jew sh villages that had go^e up since the evening be.ore And
the battle continued, he chronicled: Chaim Weizmann. who came to
the U.S. in 1948 to *peak to President Truman about the then latest
international maneuvers designed to cut the Negev away from a
St:.'e of Israel Imminently to be established: the Israeli smash-through
of Egyptian lines during the War of Liberation to recapture from
Farouk's forces the wrested desert area; and, in 1956. the Neget
seemingly "secure." Israel's brilliant Sinai campaign to open the
Port of Eilat as an initial step in the south's true redemption,
The purpose today" To prepare a home lor Jews one again on
the move !n huge numbers. "We don't talk about this migration any
m ire." Ambassador Comay observed, becaus* the attendant publicity
m ikes it all the mure difficult to get them out. Bui it is ;. solcn-.r.
fact that "against the ghastly backdrop I Buchenwald and Auschi itz
and Teresienstadt, the Jews are staging the most dramatic recovery
::; their ancient homeland a recovery w.thcul peer in human
history."
AFHAUSf. tOU A REi) HOT MAMMA
?HE REST WAS commentary. The festive occasion rebounded to
cheer Eric Johnston, president of the picture people, wh
come to help celebrate Eddie Cantor's seventieth birthday, I'd rathei
H quote Mr, Johnston, who said litt!-- in anj case Some will think
this unkind if not unfair, but I should have prefered for him to make
generous remarks about Israel to Presidenl Eisenhower and Seci
la Dulles back in 1953-54, when Isra I i.....I< a friend in < Id
Arab-prone Washington. It took no coura e to make such remarks
re an Israel Bond inaugural in Miami Beach in 1962:
My reticence holds lor Edward '; Robinson, whom I would it r
hear h a speech on French impressionism, and for Sophie Tucker
I simply don't For, please pardon me, bul I refuse with the
to go mad ver i vaudeville comedian pop-eyed. In. daugh-
humanity-Iover, or n t I will not participate in the process
-; him to the ious heights of impossible achievement, how-
much of a charming or ver) talented citizen he may be
when the Itzik Mangers and Chaim Grades and Menachem Borayshas
live and die among us with nary a pair of hands to applaud their
ndeavor.
Is a poet of a higher order than a comedian? This seems hardly
the issue. For Jews ought to know something of their Jewish poets
even as they go slightly berserk over a comedian who is incidentally
Jewish, whatever may be said of him on Madison ave. Is this unfair'
Probably, and perhaps I would have avoided the observation if the
applause for Ambassador Comay were as fervent as that for the stars
or if the applauders. who held their seats for Ambassador Comay.
did not stand up solidly to cheer the last of the Red Hot Mammas.
Which is to say. in another way. that poets do not matter to us. who
call ourselves the People of the Book. And, if we are not that, for
what then do we raise funds so assiduously''
: +
ON Bf/.VG HOPEUSSlf OUT OF OAK
IT IS PERHAPS petty, but I was most moved by Carroll Baker, who
spoke of "our people" with the ardor of a newcomer to Judaism-
one apparently still untouched by the jaundice that is some of our
public philanthropic endeavor. How could one not be excited at the
thought of her private and wholehearted acceptance of a 5,000-year-
long tradition unattended by the matzoh ball public relations of
Marilyn Monrce and Elizabeth Taylor? Or of her decision to name
a first born son Herschel. after a Nazi victimized father-in-law she
never saw. when her more sophisticated Jewish sisters would have
settled for nothing less than Hamilton or Harley and more likely
Scott or Bruce in some kind ol grand rationale?
Or of her simple but poignant report of the manner in which she
had been asked to leave a St. Petersburg hotel after someone dis-
( rvered her last name to be Garfein?
Mostly, I suppose, this simplicity made its mark because the mes-
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Friday. March 2. 1962
+Je*lsi}Fk)rX&*r7
Pcoe 5-A
Moscow Jewish Congregants
Warned to Shun Israelis
Labor Zionists of Gieater Miami met to ac-
cept a project on behalf of the Jewish National
Fund. Standing (left to right) are Dr. Zev W.
Kogan, Leon Gresn, Sam Jackson, Frieda
Sack, Dr. Simon Wilensky. and Aaron Lieb-
man. Seated (left to right) are Max Astor. Ezra
Finegold, Joseph Zuckerman. and Hanan Yar-
den, world chairman of the Foundation for the
Jewish Nationcl Fund.
Continued from Pge 1-A
espionage informatiwrr-to'Israel-
is. Such cases re a disgrace to
the Soviet Jews. But it is not
only Jews who are involved in
such business."
He told Shoskes the demand for
the Yiddish periodical ha:! lar ex
ceeded expectations. Asked abeu
other Yiddish cultural activities
Vergelis mentioned theatrical
igroups in various Soviet cities. Hi
: said many of these part-time
groups had been formed around
groups of former professional ac-
tors of the Yiddish State Theater
which Stalin shut down in 1948.
Y< rgelis aiso dismissed as "not
Miami Council Satisfied With Progress
Of JNF Foundation Wii.s and Bequests
ill thought through" 0> p-
. Babi Yar' by Ve-vge.ny V*vt
nko. which has been rei'CT
videly r.s an attack on S-i\;.-: r,
sprnitism. The poem deaK wit
avine rear Kiev when si me -
.lew. v.ere slaughtered by
Jazis in World War 11. The pc -
a men ted the failure oi lh So1
;overnment to erect any kind
nemorial at the massacn scei
Vi rgelis denied reports > i p
icd to publ'sh a Yiddish I ar.:
ion of the poem. de< lar i :t .
'weakness" and that it waj
in attack On Fascism tr. ..-ten- '
which 'has been twisted J m
people."
Congress to Urge Kennedy
To Ask Soviet for Easing
Greater Miami Jewish National
: :id Council officials this week
,; ressed satisfaction with the pro-
. i -- of local residents to join the
Foundation of JNF as it assists in
. it upbuilding of the State of Is-
:ael through the mechanism oi
..ills and bequests.
Leon J. Ell. president of the Mi-
nim Council, declared that "all the
i-rojects olfered by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund to prospective donors
are linked with the land, the basic
: gredient trom which Israel's bles-
flow. The latest Foundation
projects are to be found within the
monumental Freedom Forest near
'erusalem, which will restore yet
not her area oi Israel to the green
mansions and fruitful orchards ol
..blical times."
Numbering 2.000.000 tree-. Free-
in Forest will blanket 2.000 acres
: Jerusalem pine, cypress and
. r. fruit trees and vines over
mountain and valley, boulder and
rock and crag.
Bar Kochba's mount of free-
dom will live again in Freedom
-orest, dedicated to the friend-
ship between the people of Israel
an: the United States," Ell ex-
plained.
Kabbi Irving Lehrman. president
of the Greater Miami JNF Council.
said that "as the symbol of the
bond ol lreedom which unites
America and Israel, a quadrangle
oi 51 colonnades will rise at the
main gate of Freedom Forest, rep-
resenting the Sates of the Union
and the District of Columbia."
At opposite ends within the quad-
lies, and they will have plots of re-
claimed land tor truck farming.
The area around Nevo Bethar
will be planted with orchards for
their use. The entire Forest will
be linked by a system of small
parks, recreation areas, play-
grounds, roads and tree lined
walks. A driveway called "Ring
Road" branching off to the neigh-
boring towns and villages, will
encircle the Forest, Rabbi Lehr-
man declared.
"Freedom Forest will translate Buckley. New York Democrat,
into practical deeds, the ideals of The resolution asks President
freedom and democracy that serve Kennedy "to convey to the Soviet
Union an expression of the arave
concern of the people of the Uni-
ted States over growing anti-
Semitism, and to seek assurances
that prompt and appropriate ac-
tion be taken to stop all forms of
bigotry and race hatred against
the Jewish people now living in
the Soviet Union."
asked the President to prevail
on Soviet authorities to per
Russian Jews "who desir to
so" to leave and seek haven
Israel and other free lands." T
resolution also asked that the Pi -
ar a common link between the peo-
ples of the United States and Israel,
rangle. two 50-foot watchtowers | The Foundation for the Jewish Na-
will command the breadih of the j tional Fund provides American
WASHINGTON (JTA) A reso-
lution calling en the House to
unanimously endorse a request foi
direct intervention by President
Kennedy with the Soviet Govern-
ment against anti-Jewish discrim- ident "take all possible immedi
inations practiced in Russia was | steps through the United Sta
introduced Monday in the House of | delegation to the United NatiOb
Representatives by Rep. Charles. to bring to world attention
facts about "the cruel mistrt
ment of the Jewish people liv
within the Soviet Union to the e
that such mistreatment shot-
cease."
land. Jerusalem and the rolling 1 jeury with an opportunity to link
Judean hills on the east, the costal themselves with Freedom Forest
plain far to the west, and farther by offering a wide range of proj-
still, the .Mediterranean Sea. At ects. large and small, that will ce-
he fool of the hill, a lake will mir- r,ient the donor's link with Israel
ror the surrounding fruit trees and | ar..d with eternity." Ell and Rabbi
vines. : Lehrman declared.
The Forest itself will be divided
into 51 woodlands. Within each,
groves will be named after Ameri-
can towns, cities and distinguished
citizens. Each woodland will con-.
tain trees and plants native to its
namesake state. Two villages will
hi use thi forest* rs and their fami-
At the same time. Rep. Buckley
Prophet Amos His Topic
"Chug Ivri." Hebrew spt.k
group of No. Miami Beacn. \
meet Tuesday evening at i em
Xer Tamid. Max Katz will spe
on "The Prophet Amos." witi 0]
discussion to follow.
JNF Delegation Back from Tribute
Leon J. Ell. president of the Jew
ih National Fund Council Oi Great
i r Miami, and Rabbi Mayer Abram-
/. JNF president of the South-
tas: region of the United States.
have just returned from New York
ith the following members of the
liami delegation who attended the
.cent Mendel Fisher testimonial
dinner at the Waldorf Astoria:
Johan L. Berman, liyman Eisen-
baum, Sol Goldman, Dr. J. A.
Greenhouse, Julius Rosenstein and
Dr. Zev W. Kogan.
Sponsored by B'nai Zion, the din-
ner honored Fisher as a Zionist
leader who has had a notable role
in the building of Israel.
The event also observed the
60th anniversary of the Jewish
National Fund, the land develop-
ment arm of the World Zionist
Organization in Israel. Fisher
recently retired as executive di-
rector of the fund after 28 years
of service.
In his honor. B'nai Zlon will con-
struct a Mendel N. Fisher Student
House at Ein Hod, Israel's art colo-
ny, situated on a mountain over-
eoking the road from Haifa to Tel
Aviv. About 70 artists and their
iamiiies who live at Bin Hod re-
ceive grants from the Israeli Gov-
1 rnment.
The dinner was chaired by Dr.
Harris .1 U-vine, past president
if the JNF, who singled out Great-
er Miami and its delegation "for
the courageous undertaking of the
new city in the Negev."
The following day the Miami
delegation met with the national
leadership of the Jewish National
rund at .. ;<' 1 ;! luncheon to form-
ulate plans lor th< new city in the
\< gev.
Dr. Irvir.3 Lehrman, chairman
of the JNF Foundation of Miami,
who was unable to attend, phoned
Fisher while the luncheon meet-
ing was in session to assure the
national and local JNF leader-
sh:p of "whole-hearted support
and cooperation" in this under-
taking.
Sol Goldman, vice president of
the local Council, reported that the
sale of tickets for the forthcoming
inaugural supper on Mar. 21 at the
Fontainebleau hotel to launch the;
new city is progressing "very satis-
factorily" and that a program be-
fitting this memorable event is
being completed.
Labor Zionists
To Aid JNF
The Ben-Gunon. Bialik. Ben-Zvi
Farband, and Lebediker Branches
of Farband. together with the Poale
Zion of Greater Miami, met recent- .
|\ to join hands in a propject on be-
half ol the Jewish National Fund.
Ezra Finegeld. chairman of the
JNF organization activities com-;
niit.ee. reported that Apr. 7 was
set as the date of a Labor Zionist
function in behalf of the project.
A committee was formed with
Joseph Sugarman as chairman.
Max Astor and Jackson as co-chair-
men, and Dr. Simon Wilensky as
secretary, to implement the affair.
Serving with them on the com-
mittee are Aaron Liebman. Abra-
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Mrs. Frieda Sack.
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Friday, March 2, 1962
French Plead Israel's Cause in Common Market
PARIS(JTAVA Gathering of
French political and economic
leaders heard a strong appeal to
"Europe's conscience" not to
''abandon Israel in its hour of dire
i tod and inn to sacrifice its eco-
nomic development and security
f : fin il n ascs" in the ex-
i. i 'ommon Market.
The .i ppi al w as ma by a
< r Ft nch Cabi lei nber Dio-
ux, n v nt ol
the : Israi l Assn I
at i i a rai under th
1 Roche
ol !'. ai ci E( n imi<
il i mcil \ nl er ol
othei pleaded for Israel'
VI I'll th
i n Market
Catroux ttrtSfed that the six
countries had "a heavy respon-
sibility" toward Israel, adding
that "it was because of our lack
of foresight betv/een 1933 and
1939 that hundreds of thousands
of Eurcpean Jews had to flee the
continent." He said "our task
is not ended with Israel's cre-
ation. We cannot r.ow condemn
to death a state which we our-
selves have created."
the Common Market is a mat-
ter of life and death." He said
Israel does not seek to impose
any of its political burden on the
EEC community and that all it
asked'for was the possibility "of '
continuing economic ties to Eu-
rope which, because of the Mid-
dle East impasse, were irre-
placeable.
It was disclosed thai Isra Fi
nance Minister Levi Eshkol was
scheduled to visit Europe next
week for a Hireling with political
land economic leaders of the six
I nations and to discuss the question
l with members of the F,EC Minis-
'erial Council.
Others who spoke on Israel's be-
half included Robert beMaignan
Knnch *rHTte-to the BOG nd
Henri Bordeau. director of Fnr.-
ce's National School for Public Ad
ministration. The audience in*
dulled many foreign Am bass
French Pafliamentaria heads of
major corporations and French
civil sen a
Another former French Minister.
Gerard Jacquet. now head of the
European Movement, tried to an-
swer some of the objections which
might be raised against entering
negotiations with Israel for some
kind of association. He said: "To
those who say that Israel is not in
Europe, we can answer that we
have accepted African states as
associates and this has created a
precedent. To those who may ques-
tion the usefulness of such a move,
we must reply that Israel's econ-
omy is closely linked with ours,
with more than half of its exports
going to Western Europe."
Other speakers discussed the
European economy and the impor-
tance of Israel's role in it. Thev
Left to right are Rabbi Mordecai Podet, spiritual leader of
Temple Judea; Rabbi Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of
the Union of American Hebrew Congreqations; and Ben Es-
sen, president of Temple Judea. Rabbi Eisendrath installed
Rabbi Podet into the Temple Judea pulpit at Sabbath services
in the Temple last Friday evening.
also stressed the sacrifice to which
Israel consented by devaluing its
currency to facilitate negotiations
with the EEC.
Israel's position was presented
by Amiel Najar, Israeli Ambassa-
dor to Belgium, who stressed that
Israel was not asking for integra-
tion into the EEC or even for
association. "All we want." he told
the luncheon, "is some form of
customs union which would pro-
tect our interests." He added that
Israel was one of the first nations
to show interest in the EEC and
that although Israel was small and
outside Europe, it was the third
country preceded only by the
United States and Greece to ar-
range for a diplomatic representa-
tive to the EEC and to open talks
with it.
Walter Eytan, Israel's Ambas-
sador to France, who loft for
Jerusalem for consultations with
the Israel Government on the
European Common Market, said
prior to his departure in a tele-
vision interview that "for Israel,
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Meanwhile, a bill to revoke thv
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Dr. Finkelstein Urges Formation of Unit
To Assist Future Rabbinical Scholars
Establishment ot a National
Foundation for Future Kabbis and
Jewish Scholars was recommended
:his week by Dr. Louis Kinklestein,
chancellor ot the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary ot America, to in-
sure the survival and develop-
ment of every phase of Jewish
hit 'Ihe Seminary is the cen-
lli.1 institution of the Conservative
movement ut Judaism,
that the situation in Ihe United
States is excellent compared to the
state of affairs in Latin America,
in some parts of Europe, and in
oher sections of the world."
Dr. Finkelstein urged Jewish
business leaders to provide grants
; ul scholarship aid to American
Jewish youth which would enable
tnWD "to devote their lives to Jew-
ish" community leadership." Turn-
ing to this recommendation for the
creation of a National Foundation
for Future Rabbis and Jewish
Scholars, Dr. Finkelstein said it
would help to lessen our present
overemphasis on the physical sci-
ences, and would dumni>h the ten-
sion between the sciences and the
humanities in our world."
Alan M. Stroock. chairman of the
Seminary's board of directors, and
Arthur Ka!z. executive president
ot the institution, announced that
a committee is in the process ot
formation to carry out Dr. Finkel-
stein'* proposal.
Religion Week At U. of Miami
Talking over proqress of the S12.C00.000 development fund
progrcr'i of the American Friends are Hebrew University na-
tional leaders (left to riant) Jack S. Popick. of Miami Beach;
Judge Louis E. Levinthat of Philadelphia; and Daniel G. Ross.
Popick is South Florida Division president and served as co-
chairman with Judge Levinthal ot last week's national con-
ference at the Americana hotel. Ross is chairman of the
board of the American Friends.
;> aking at the opening oi a spe-
cial two-day series ol meetings and
seminars devoted to the iievelop-
ment cf the Seminary and its varied The I2:h annual Religious Em- logy and Religion" led by Dr. Bart-
spiritual an educational programs, phasis Week opens Sunday and con- leit, with Dr Richard V Heed. I'M
Dr. Finkelstein called attention to t'nues through next Thursday at professor of education, Hahbi Jj-
the "unprecedented shortage ol "!" University of Miami, with a seph Naroi, ol Temple Israel, Ml-
rabbis, cantors and teachers" ccmprehensive program of events ami, and William .1. Rcilly, coun-
oecessary to meet Ihe religious and tor students and community. s< lor for adults. Dade County
cultural needs of growing communi- chairman is Dr. Lynn Bartlett, Schools, 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, New
I'M coordinator of women's resid- *'
ence halls, and headquarters is in Final banquet. 7 p.m., Thursday,
New Residence Hall, main campus. Student Union cafeteria. Dr. H.
1101 Miller dr. Among events open Franklin Williams presiding, with
to the public are:
A series of four luncheon-discus-
sion sessions led by Dr. Hans Hoff-
man, professor of theology at Har-
tie- here and abroad.
Ur. Finkelstein, a noted Tal-
iniidic scholar and a recognized
spokesman for Judaism, pointed
to the destruction, during the
Hitler regime, of Jewish institu-
tions of higher learning in East-
ern Europe, which had been the
Report Record $2: Billion
Budget to Knesset for '62-3
principal source of teachers and vard Divinity School and author of
scholars, to stress the importance
music by the L'M concert choir.
Also participating in Religious
Emphasis Week programs will be
Rabbi Mordecai Podet, Temple Ju-
dea. Coral Gables: Rabbi Irving
vaiu I'iMiiiii .- several books, including Region, ***.^-P* ^- **
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and Mental Health." Monday ami B*ach; and Donald ****
through Thursday. Westminster | ??": director- ,Uel
Chapel..
A lecture. "The Sacred Orato-.
.the Seminary's present ^|KK^K2JSSSSj
for we,.,rained rabbis and teachers "STSL^U^' ""
of developing such religious spe-
cialists in this country.
In this connection, the spiritual
leader cited the need for additions
Continued from Page I-A
Predicting the outlook for the
comir.g year, Mr. EsMcei fore-
cast a 9 percent to 10 percent
rise in the gross national output.
The budget assumed immigration
c, several tens of Thousands of
newcomers, and provided accord-
ingly for immigrant housing. Mr.
Ethkol also envisaged a "con-
siderable'' increase in agricwl-
has never been greater than it is
today," he said.
"Psychiatry and Religion." lec-
get are: I C 410.000 000 for securi-
ty, I Ui2,0O0.OOO for education,
] U:. 500,'loo for health needs,
I 74 300,000 for the Labor Minis
try. I 44,400.000 for the police,
1L" . try. 1 3!.80O.OOtMar Social Welfare
Ministry, I13.300.000 Ur the Agri-
cultural Ministry. I 9.500,001* for; )Mli| yUt
the jus ice Ministry'. I6.400.0001
fm the Religious Aft airs Ministry, industrial exports ate expected
and I 4.000,000 for tourism. | l0 Krow ,, rapidly, Mr. Eshkot
The development ouxsget. totaling i continued, while air and other
I ".2o.500.0O0 t$lT3^00JU00). in- 'transport services are to be made
eluded the following allocations.! nwe profitable by the new ex-L
in the dollar equivalent: nearly chanjw rale. imports of capital,i
$67.ooo.OOO for housing, over $2T.- he predicted, will continue to be'
OO'i.ooo for agricultural projects, mJjh but he foresaw changes in
Over S20.000.000 for commufuca- ,ne SOMrce9 0f these funds.
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General Solicitation Takes Spotlight
Division Moving
In High Gear
To Climax Drive
C- eater Miami's Jewish War Veterans are going all-out in their
s-sport of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appal. Ainslee R. Ferdie
*'ght) is shown discussing campaign plans with two member*
c: the JWV Auxiliary Mrs. Sarah Rubel (left) and Mrs. Minnie
HtMn,
tin Nonkin (left), commander of the Murray Solomon JWV Post,
c -tlines campaign strategy to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Braidman.
The G So itation Divi-
sion is '.. into Hi.' 1962 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal spotlight,
v. ith actn il es d! thai group build-
to a climax under the
chairmanship of Daniel Neal Hel-
ler.
Almost daily, various gi mps ol
Ihe General Solicitation Division
are me< ing in various pan-, "t
Greater Miami n carry out their
.on in the New Horizons
i ampaign, Heller said.
Working with Heller are Mrs.
Charles Feinberg. Women's Chair-
man, and A. Budd Cutler. Men's
Chairman.
Working on Mrs. Feinberg's
committee are Mrs. Irving Cypen,
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, Mrs.
Larry Friedland, Mrs. Jean Leh-
man, Mrs. Raymond Rubin, and
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz.
Two key organizations partici-
pating in the General Solicitation
drive, according to Heller, are the
Jewish War Veterans and the
B'nai B'rith Organization of
Greater Miami.
Nine JWV posts are active.
They are the West Miami Post,
Murray Solomon Post. Abe Horo-
witz Post. Harry H. Cohen Post.
Miami Beach Post. North Shore
Post, North Dade Post. Hialeah-
Miami Springs Post, and the Nor-
man Bruce Brown Post.
More than 80 volunteer workers
from these JWV posts have un-
dertaken to contact more than 1-
000 prospects, Cutler said.
Each B'nai B'rith lodge h a ;
named a CJA Chairman to aid in
the campaign. They include Max
Friedman, of Miami Beach
Lodge; Seymour Tyson, of the
North Shore Lodge; Harry Ker.
of the Coral Gables Lodge; Wal-
ter Apfelbaum. of the Gilbert
Baikin Lodge; Sidney Palmer, of
Sholem Lodge; Jack Finkel, of
West Miami Lodge; and Arnold
Braun, of South Dade Lodge.
Other chairmen include Morris
Kaufman, of Workmen's Circle;
Dr. Simon Wilensky, of P o a I e
Zion; S. Kopkind. of t h e Ben-
Gurion chapter of Farband; and
Bernard B. Segal, of the American
Jewish Congress.
Murray Dionsky (left), commander of JWV West Miami Post, is
shown with Henry Norton (center) and Michael Schechter.
Mrs. Sidney Schoen (right) JWV Auxiliary president of the North
Shore Post, talks with Ralph lampert (left) and Sidney Schoen.
Final Mercantile Division Meet
Called by Macht Wednesday
The final report meeting of the
CJA Mercantile Division will be
held at 4 p.m., Wednesday, in the
Jordan Marsh Department Store,
according to Chairman Robert
Macht.
Macht said this "most import-
ant" meeting will climax the Mer-
cantile Division's participation in
the New Horizon campaign.
There'll still be plenty of work
to do after the meeting, so far as
rounding up those contributors
not represented at the meeting,"
Macht said. "But our participa-
tion has been outstanding this
yearwith our workers reading
like a Who's Who' in Greater Mi
ami's mercantile world."
The division's recent annual
luncheon, with Alfred H. Daniel
as chairman, "provided the spark:
that we believe will lead to a sue
cessful conclusion of the cam-
paign." Macht added.
The division's Campaign Cabi
net includes Leonard Barr. Mel-
ville H. Ellis. Harry L. Katz, Sam
uel Lipton, Samuel Mufson, Paul
L. Walker.
Women's Unit Launches Full Scale Cleanup
Kx for a healthy community a strong Federation." Thafs the
prescription written on the blackboard by two men who know
t&mething about prescriptions. They *r David Silver (right),
cairmen of the Combined Jewish Appeal Druggist Division,
d Sam Sloban, co-chairman.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
Women's Division, not resting on
the laurels of its recent Initial
Gifts luncheon, is launching a
full-scale clean-up campaign aim-
ed at reaching those contributors
missed in earlier solicitations.
Co-chairmen for the Women's
Division are Mrs. Inez Krensky
and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Initial
Gifts chairman is Mrs. Jack Ab
lin.
"We know that a lot of Greater
Miami women who want to give
to the combined Jew.sh Appeal
were unable to attend the lunch-
eon or were out of town," Mrs.
Krensky said. "It is our a:m to
reach every potential contributor
available to the CJA Women's
Division."
The Initial Gifts luncheon at
the Eden Roc Hotel brought the
division's total pledges thus far
in the campaign to near the
$100,000 mark. Mrs. Ablin said.
Last year, the Women's Divis-
ion raised more than ten percent
of the SI.423.000 contributed to
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Mrs. Weinkle and Mrs. Krensky
called for "renewed efforts" by-
all Women's Division members.
"Our Initial Gifts luncheon
gave us a lot of momentum," the
co-chairmen said. "Let's not lose
it. Instead, let's pick up the
pace and see if we can't increass
last year's percentage of the


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five Reaching Peak
Kovens CaSis
Buy
ror
CJA Wlndup
CJA hairman i Kovens has
. lunch eting for
of al '" the |
and Pr Council
aj in the D ip ni Plaza

At tlx same time, he warns I
hat with the Pacesetters an
Gifts events behind them.
irken In Greater Miami's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal "shouldn't
think that the rest of the cam-
paign will be downhill."
"Quite the contrary," Kovens
-jid, "the last half of a cam-
paign always the uphill part."
Qnct top leaders have made
their c< -unbuttons known. Kovens
aid. the "tremendous job" of
aching the other thousands in
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munit} ^e'.s underway.
It's up to the community lead-
- Ri tens said, '"to lend the lull
ci i! their leadership at this
tage ol the campaign "
w. i all very pleased with
v...-. the campaign has gone
- i.ii Kovens i led. "But the
ati -: danger lies in any tend-
. t< rest on our laurels."
Kovi said II has been natural
: ir 1. ers to ike :i breather"
: llowing the vital Pacesetters
id Initial Gifts functions"but
: \ is the time to get our second
wind, regain our momentum, and
I the fini-h line."
He said next Friday's meeting
I the important Trades and Pro-
jsions Council will afford an op-
lortunity "to take stock of what
-e hav< accomplished thus far in
the campaign, and to make plans
: r rapid and successlul comple-
tion of i.ur drive this year."
Executive committee members of the important Feil, Ezra Feingold, Ernest Jam's, and Joseph
Residents Council include (left to right) Stanley Sacks.
Stockbrokers
Meet Sunday
One of the campaign's most
important meetings for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeals Stock-
broker Group will be held in the
Federation building at 10 a.m.,
Sunday, according to co-chair-
men Myron Zeientz and Jerry
Lelchuk.
"Response from (neater Mi-
ami's stockbrokers h.T- been
vi iv good," Lelchuk said "Stock
brokers deal in investmentsand
they're generally agreed that a
successful Combined Jewish Ap-
peal is about the best Investment
in our community's health and
prosperity that could be made."
Members cf the committee
headed by Zeientz and Lelchuk
include Louis Berlin, Sidney
King. Clifford Strauss, William
Baren. Herbert Blank. Leo Co-
wan, Sidney Davidson, Robert L.
Ferman, Robert F. Hart. Bertram
Schild and Benjamin Schwedel.
Key members of the Miami Beach Residents Council discuss cam-
paign plans. Left to right are Ben Kline, William Bornstein, and
Dr. J. A. Greenhouse.
Regular Hotel Gatherings
Produce Results for Drive
Plans Aired
To Bring Appeal
Story to Beach
The campaign of the Miami
Beach Residents Council for II
1962 Combined Jew'sh Appeal is
reaching a peak under the cha.
manship ol Dan Ruskin.
Ernest Janis presided over a
meeting of the Council's exe<
live committee recentlj in tl i
absence of Ruskin. Plans wi
discussed to carrj the CJA m -
sage "into every corner oi M
ami Beach," Janis said. Jai i
is associate treasurer of the
Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation.
This important council. Ruskin
pointed cut. produced nearly
$150,000 for the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal last year.
Campaign functions, similar to
the recenl event at Blair House,
will be held in various parts of
Miami Beach. Ruskin announced
He said initial pledges have al-
ready reached $12.000marking
an average increase in contribu
tions of more than 20 percent
over last year.
A series of meetings of th;
various divisions within the Res
dents Council will also be held i a
the coming weeks. Ruskin added.
The Council's executive com-
mittee includes Ben Kline, Wil-
liam Bornstein. Dr. J. A. Green
house, Stanley Feil. Ezra Fine-
gold, Ernest Jams. Joseph Sacks,
Joseph Syna, Benjamin Rimer,
Sam Silverberg, William Agran
Ove, Sam Cohen. Mrs. Louis Glas
ser. J. L. Kram, Oscar Mamber,
Morris Minov, A. J. Molasky,
David Phillips. Arnold Seeder.
Mrs. Larry Silverman. Jose Win-
gen, Tom Pollack. Louis Bresler,
David Haber. and Nathan Sokol.
CJA's message will tell th;
Beach area of the Appeals sup
port of Greater Miami's vital
health, welfare, and educational
agencies, as well as its assistance
to the Jewish community abroad
and in Israel.
Plans to carry the Residents Council campaign to every corner of
Miami Beach are being discussed by Josph Syna (left), Benjamin
Rimer, and Sam Silverberg.
A regular series of Sunday
meetings is producing results for
the Combined Jewish Appeal Ho-
tel Group, headed by Judge Jos-
eph Morris.
Judge Morris and co-chairman
Joseph Rose point to a number
of advantages arising from a
regular weekly meeting.
"Our people don't get a chance
to forget the campaign," Judge
Morris said. "These regular
meetings serve as a constant re-
minder of the importance of the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
"Further, when a worker can't
make it to one meeting, he knows
there'll be another the following
week. If you only have one or
two meetings in the entire cam-
paign, and a worker misses one,
it masses the job very difficult."
He reported a "most encour-
aging response" from this area's
hotel operators.
"We've all read about how busy
these men are with one of the
best seasons in years," Judge
Morris said. "In the face of this,
it's remarkable how many of
them have been able to take time
away from their work to take
part in the New Horizons cam*
paign."
DAN B. RUSKIN


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Friday. March 2, 1962
Space Probes May Spell Man's End Eisendrath
RIGHT WINC
Pg. ISA
A leader of American Reform Ju-
d;i>m Sunday warned that the suc-
cessful space ilishts ot the United
-:.:es and the Soviet Union misfit
ultimately .-pell m's eradication
tr-im the surface of the earth.
Rabbi Maurice N. Fisendra'h.
I resident ol th-,- Union of American,
Hebrew Congregations; sounded
th.s note of warning at the closing
stssion of a three day meeting on
"Judaism and Survival" at Tans-
I. Beth Sholom in connection with
UAHC's executive comnuttee
nestings al the Americana hotel.
The UAHC comprises the cong-
t astional body oi 630 Reform Tern-
- in the I'nited States. Canada,
P mama and the West iii. les, v. ah
. : embership of l.ooo.ooo.
Different views on "Morality
end Fallout Shelters" were ex-
pressed by Rabbi Eisendrath,
Cong. Abraham J. Molter, Demo-
crat of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Philip
Wylie, noted author, who served
as expert consultant on Civil De-
fense during the Truman and
Eisenhower administration*; and
Robert D. Morgan, director of
tests and evaluation of the Civil
Defense program in the South-
east of the United States.
Emil N. Baar. UAHC board of
trustees chairman, served as mod-
erator. He was introduced by Rab-
ui Leon Kronish. spiritual leader
ol Temple Beth Sholom.
Praising the successrul space
flight of Col. John Glenn, Rabbi
Eisendrath nevertheless pointed
out That "while we are justifiably
proud of our magnificent space
triumph, we must not let national
euphoria conceal the truth that
scientific break-throughs have po-
tentialities for both good or evil.
"This achievement might en-
large the vistas for all mankind.
But it could also spell man's com-
plete eradication from the surface
ol :he earth because now we know
that man can survive in space, that
space capsules can be equipped
with nuclear bombs, and can be dis-
patched from incaluable heights to
fall virtually without an instant's
warning on any target in this
planet;*' asserted Rabbi Eisen-
drath.
"We must now recognize realisti-
cally that the principal problem
not shelter." he said. "In the light
i.f the unprecedented scientific ad-
vance so dramatically underlined
by Col. Glenn's accomplishments,
it becomes crystal clear that just
,..- planes, rockets, missiles and
weapons become obsolescent with
almost every passing day, so will
any shelters that we build now be-
come practically useless in the
numbs and possibly in the weeks
to come as each side can and will
devise even more penetrating in-
struments of destruction.*'
Rabbi Eisendrath envisioned as
tlu only real deterrent a greater
Reform synagogue leaders shown above will be honored at
a dinner for the Combined Campaign for American Reform
Judaism at the Dupont Plaza hotel on Mar. 11. Left to right
are Henry E. Wolff, Temple Israel, national vice chairman of
the Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Sidney M.
Schultz, president, Hialeah Reform Congregation; James M.
Albert, president Temple Beth Sholom; Sam H. Lubell, pres-
ident. Temple Sinai; David J. Liqht, Temple Beth Am, national
board member of the UAHC. Ben Essen, president. Temple
Judea, is not shown.
emphasis on Judeo-Christian prin-
ciples that can thwart any war.
Morgan, speaking for the gov-1
ernmerrt. redefined in detail thei
United States Civil Defense pro-i
granr He stressed that "as longi
as there are Godless men in thei
Kremlin who threaten this nation i
regardless of how remote the'
threat may bethe choice we have
as a nation is not whether to pro-
tect our people. The only choice
we have is when and how."
In his statement. Cong. Mutter
told the 1.000 listeners that if a
nuclear war ever came, "no part
ot any particular group or segment
ol mankind will survive. There
Local Zionists Fete President
Mortimer May. Louis B. Rudnick .
and Jack S. Popick. members oft
the national executive council of 1
the Zionist Organization ot" Amer-
ica, were hosts at a dinner and I
reception attended by over 100 lo- j
cal and national Zionist leaders I
last Wednesday evening in honor j
of Max Bressler, national presi-
dent of the ZOA.
The dinner, at the DiLido hotel!
initiated a national celebration in j
honor of the 60th birthday of I
Bressler. ,
After Bressler's speech, in which |
he outlined the current proirram of I
the ZOA and its projects in Israel.
12 four-year scholarships at the
Kfar Silver Agricultural Training
School maintained by the ZOA in'
Ashkekin. Israel, were established !
in his honor.
Contributing to the scholarships I
were Mr. ^nd Mrs. Jacob Rifkin.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. and !
Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Rudnick.'
Each scholarship includes tuition
for a teen-ager at the agricultural
school, as well as room, board,
books and clothing.
Mrs. Maxwell Abbeil. of Chicago
and Miami Beach, pledged S 10.000
toward the construction of a new
synagogue presently being built at
the school.
will be no dividing by professions
Of by occupations, or by colors or
by religions."
"It is fantastic to contemplate
that such a catastrophe might
be the ultimate proof that we
are all brothers regardless of col-
or, race, creed or place of origin,"
said Multer.
The legislator hoped that there
would never be a need for any
form of shelter, and urged that
every possible effort be exerted by
the I'nited States, its allies and
"Ihe po.ential aggressors" to
achieve complete and total dis-
armament.
Multer placed the responsibility
for Civil Defense on the Federal
Government in cooperation with
every state, municipality and incli-
\idual citizen. He personally be-
lieved that home shelters are of
little value "except possibly psy-
chologically."
"The chances are that if an at-
tack should come, our families
would be scattered, with some of
us at home, some of us at work,
and our children in various places
some at school, some at play, and
some at work. I doubt if there
would be sufficient time between
warnings and attack to gather our
families together in one place." he
said.
Cong. Multer said that if shelters
must be built, "every dollar of
public money that is spent 1 o r
them-must be spent in such a way
that every public building or quasi-
public can be utilized for the bene-
fit of all who are close enough to
gain entry. I include not only public
and parochial schools, but places
of public worship, the churches,
the synagogues and the Temples.
"This meant the Catholic
Church most be prepared to re
ceive into their shelters norv
commurMcants. The Jewish syna-
gogue must be- prepared to re-
ceive Christianj into) their shel-
ters. In fact, all of them must
be prepared to shelter the 'hea-
then,' as wall as the believers, if
the monotheistic religions of the
world intend to practice their
preachment that we are our
brother'* keeper."
Wylie stated that the American
people are "totally uninformed
and unprepared by their govern-
ir.ent to face the truth. The truth
is that fallout shelters will n o t
work because, it there is a nuclear
, war. 999 people in 1.000 will be total-
ly immobilized by panic if they are
i not already dead or dying."
Wylie cited an experience In 1962,
\< hen a sudden shift of the wind,
after atomic test in Nevada, "sent
rtaponsibte military and scientific
fflcials scurrying about in total
panic' Wylie predicted that, f
i uclear war should ever come, the
i ntira population would inevitably
read in terror and panic."
At the final meeting of the Union
t;f American Hebrew Congregations
executive committee meeting, the
030 member Reform Temples of the
UAHC were urged to study the
problem of civil defense and fall-
out shelters. It was announced
that during the next few months a
I series of regional meetings on "Ju-
' daism and Survival" will be held
1 by the UAHC. A final session in
' New York during May will lead up
' to a presentation of a resolution
! on civil defense to the spring board
meeting of the UAHC.
Youth Workshop
Set Sunday
Representatives from some 25
Jewish War Veterans Posts and
Auxiliaries in South Florida will
! be guests at a youth workshop at
the home of Izzy Karp. 1146 Biar
ritz dr., Normandy Isle, on Sunday
from 1 to 5 p.m.
Chairman will be Ainslee R.
Ferdie. department junior vice
comander. The workshop will dis-
cuss problems of the current role
of Jewish youth, and will hear re-
ports from the national commander
of JWV. Theodore Brooks.
Color SJides to be Showa
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slachter.
748 Navarre, will be hosts to Tem-
ple Beth Shirah's adult study group
Thursday evening. Mar. 13. Rabbi
, Morris Skop will show colored
i slides of the visit he made with i
Mrs. Skop to Israel. Rome. London i
and Paris.
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Jewish ncriati&n
Page 11-A
Youth Should be Regarded as Hope of Future
Community service activities are
among the most important phases
i, ;!-, club program of
lu. Greater M ami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
,- ,. ,. iplc, 33 such clubs <'
': school :<.' compete an
Ihe community service
nl : by GM.ICC to the
group in this progra n
i; | other nl illj
livites in v1.hie"; 'ho I
I i n-age < lubs i
, enl ei (hth ani
com lavi of the i r
i immunity i'i lei
i .. e in poinl
7l,e i aimed a( a \ ari< j
Incl
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iday,
lei fi< ials currently -1
. nini d to probe i!'.'' reasons
nd wh i they have evaluated
., great deal of controversj
-mti (I li> the conclave "
The young people sat in at ses-
sions dealing with such subjects
as "What are You Getti-vi from
Your High School Education?",
"What Vaius Did You Get from
Your Jewish Education?", "Why
Do You Want to Go to College?"
and others. Each session had
four teen panelists and a profes-
sional staff member as discus-
sion leader. The participants
were advised that, even though
no one pretended they were ex-
perts, it was important for them
to express themselves on these
issues and to give their honest
points of view. Reports from all
of the workshops showe:1 that
participation was wide-spread
and that many differences of
opinion were expressed.
Center officials point to a recent
lily of ("enter youth groups.
h indicates th:it they were ;i
representative cross section
(it Jewish youth, in regard to their
'' i-h background and education,
erests and family background.
Those who were involved in
- conclave," they declare, '"con-
- ti'itly reported that these teens
were not arrogant and were not
ug or superficial. When the
i si lission leaders gathered at Ihe
ol the day to bring in their
reports, thej were all moved by
d will, maturity, keenness
humility of our upcoming gen
Hope School Hears Florist
, Gables chapter of Hope
S hool for Mentally Retarded Child-
]' n had its monthly luncheon meet-
. on Tuesday, 11:30 a.m.. at the
nu Skyways motel. Guest
peak >r was .loop de Vnos. of the
Si heherezade Flowers and Art
Shop,
In their view: "This has been
the unique contribution of the Jew-
ish Community Center movement
for the past one hundred years in
American life."
Tropp. a long-time professional
in the movement, whose views on
fraternities and college c impuses
today are published in the Feb-
ruary edition of Esquire Magazine,
believes that "the adult world still
has the main responsibility of
meeting and solving the problems
of its times. These it cannot dl Igl
nor can it pretend that they do not
exist. Bui youth should net be
treated too lightlj as one of the
best hopes for the future. They
may yet help to find some an- rs
to our weaknesses, our pessin
and our own confusion."
Teen-age Club President's Council meets reaularly at the Mi-
ami YMHA Branch to plan joint inter-aroup projects. This
type of council is in operation at each of the branches of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Throuah such plan-
ning, the clubs carry out their six-point program, which in-
cludes social activities and cultural activities, athletic events.
Jewish programs, community projects, and leadership devel-
opment.
eration. To have been a part of
this event, to have seen it with
one"s own eyes, was an overwhelm-
ing experience."
Emanuel Tropp. Assistant GMJCC
director, and a key figure in the
annual conclave, feels that "not
only did these teens refuse to curry-
favor by giving the expected an
swers. but further, they were hon-
est, critical of themselves as well
as others, and willing to trade
ideas freely.
"The most unbelievable aspect
of the entire event was the fact
that nearly all ol the findings were
almost identical with the thinking
of the best minds in our country to-
day. he observed; "Certainly, this
is not because the kid.- are ex-
perts, but simply because their
honest reporting of personal t\
perience bore out the principles
that have been put forth in more
ad\ anced i ircles."
Other observers af the con-
clave conceded that "it may still
be necessary to say that the
youth cf today are the products
of over-permissive upbringing,
caused by a confused generation
of parents, who surrendered
their authority in the home."
Bui thev v.ere quick to add: "The
utterly fantastic thii-g about the
teens at (Ml conclave was the
way in which thty did net con-
demn their parents for this fail-
ure, but rather fe't sorry for
them. Thev reeogniied that par-
ents had problems, too, but they
further stated that when they
would raise their own children,
they wanted to giv them the
benefits of a mere c'seiplined
atmosphere.
"To have seen and heard these
; things, to have watched the expres-
sions, and sensed the emotions,
could only send one away feeling
as though a hurst of sunlight had
cast a glow upon our worrisome
world. It was a tonic and a lesson
never to he forgotten. We must
find ways to help young people ex-
press themselves, among their
compatriots, in settings thai com-
bine freedom with responsibility,
through competent professional di-
rection."
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Friday. March 2. Qgj
Commerce Sec'y. Hodges Stresses Need
For Ethical Business Practices in World
Secretary of Commerce Luther
H. Hodges emphasized Tuesday
that strict adherence to a code .of
high ethical practices by American
business is an essential factor in
this nation's effort to broaden its
sphere of friendly countries.
Lax business practices endanger
U.S. relations with the uncommit-
ted nat'ons which seek proof that
iur sys'em does work eompasion-
alely as well as profitably," Secre-
tary Hodges said, and leave us
vulnerable to the Communist
search "for points of attack to
shout to the world of Ihe decadence
cf capitalism."
Addressing more than 500 Jew-
ish leaders at the third annual
convocation dinner of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Ameri-
ca in Miami Beach Auditorium,
Secretary Hodges sa;d "we can-
net delay in our task" of attain-
ing the highest ethical standards,
for "the whole of the free world
locks to us for moral and econom-
ic leadership in fulfilling the
promise of private enterprise."
Secretary Hodges had been hon-
ored by the Seminary earlier in the
. lay at a special convocation at
I Temple EmamLI. where he was
recipknt of the Seminary Medal
for demonstrating that "ths ethical
,.nd moral dimension in life is in-
tegral to the worlds of business, in-
us'ry and government." .More
than 1.00 educators, srhjlars, pub-
lic officials and business l aders
al endi d the ceremonies, at which
the medal was conferred by Dr.
l.i ins Finlielstein, chancellor of the
S minary.
Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum. pro-
tost ol Ihe Seminary, who had read
the citation accompanying the
medal conferred upi n Secretary
Hodges at the convocation, also
spoke at the dinner and declared
that "the attitude with which we
face the present world situation"
will determine "the victory or de-'
feat Ol freed;.in over the lorees ol
tyranny." In an obvious attack on
the Birch Society. Dr. Mandel-
baum said:
"There are those in our land who
claim to be the sole defender of
America's honor, but instead they
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"many parents do not realize that
registration for most camps begins
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to fill up rapidly."
He advised parents of boys and
girls between the ages of 4's to 11
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df their ha red. In purposing to
t:^h the evils of tyranny, they
adopt the ways of the enemy with
their character assassinations, use
oi the big lie and contusing slogans
for truth.
"There are others, well mean-
ing, perhaps, who are, neverthe-
less, prophets of doom, voices of
despair and hopelessness. These
weak p:ope, blind to increased
rrcral might and spiritual
strength, are the ready prey of
v.ild, derisive voices of the fanatic
bigots who cart c*o more to destroy
us from within than can the obvi-
ous enemy from without."
Dr. Mandelbaum urged "general
public adherence to an altitude
which was expressed by President
Kennedy this week, when he em-
phasized, it is better to light a
candle than to curse the darkness.'
for such faith in the power of truth
has passed the severest tests of
human history."
Guest of honor at the dinner were
six communal leaders who were i
recipients ol the Seminary's Na-
tional Community Service Award
for "distinctive and continuing ser-
vice to the community at large."
; They were Samuel J. Halpenn. of
Miami Beach: Harry I. Hoffman.
ol Chicago; Phillip Leff, of New
York; Bertram I. Loeb. of-Ottawa.
Canada; Irving Maidman, of Upper
Nyack, N.Y.: and Ix)uis Stein, ol
Philadelphia. Hoffman and Stein
received their awards in absentia.
Gabriel Heatter. noted newscast-
er, was dinner chairman, and Jo-
seph S. VYohl, member of the Semi-
nary's board "t directors, present-
ed the recipients tor the award,
H.hich was conferred by Dr. Finkle-
stein. Dr. Joel S. Geffen, director
ot community education of the
Seminary, delivered the invocation.
Rabbi Stuart E. Rosenberg, of Beth
Tzedec Congregation in Tronto, of-
fered the closing prayer, and Rabbi
Allen I. Rutchik. Southeast direc-
tor of t h e i'nited jSynagogue of
Ajaerica. led in If* grace ffter
h**is. MetrbpolilM- Odeta star
Jan Peerce entertained with a song
recital.
A highlight of the convaeation
program was the third annual
Samuel Friedland Lecture, deliv-
ered by Prof. Moshe Greenberg,
a member of the faculty of the
University of Pennsylvania,
whose topic was "The Bib.'.tal
Grounding of Human Vali.es."
Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of
he Seminar) and professor of prac-
tical theology in its rabbinical
school, addressed the gathering jJ
spoke on "The Union of Vision Mi
Action."
Hodges was sponsored for $
' Seminary Medal by Mrs. MaxW
j Abbell. of Chicago, and Oscar Dar*
I of New York. He was present!
by Benjamin J. Massell. of Atlas
J ta. Charles Fruchtman. >t M1;inv
I Beach, was marshal of the jcadern-
ic procession. Dr. Irving Lehrman
cf Temple Emanu-El, delivered the
opening prayer, and benedictios
was offered by Rabbi Mayfr
Abramowitz. of Temple Menorah
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TRANSLATION ~
A Free-Verse Opinion
On the Meaning of Religion
By RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
Beth Tor ah Congregation
Religion is the most talked about
subject on earth yet the most
11 su :nler-;iiivi. m i s a p p ropriated.
ind miscarried of all man's pro-
geny.
Progeny? Yes. Religion is man-
nade. Only God is eternal
Divine'y conceiVJd, to bo si-r>'.
3ut often humanly misconceived.
Rehg ". Is n a subject, not a
tield. not a profession. It is not a
egment of Lfe. but rather life
itself.
Is Religion prayer".'.
Parti il'j
Is Religion c ititj '
Parttalb
I- >.> :cv and > rifii i'
p irtial '
I ii paying allegiance to a God?
01 course hut also partially.
Is Religion God?
Yes, vo< but on'v in part.
Primarily. Religion is
God is. was and will be. without Rel:Kion. His Over-oi-i i Rtprnal
Man "is," at least for a time, but isn't very much without allying
his miniature soul with the Divine Over-Soul.
Religion is man and for man. not for Cod.
It is the ennoblement of the human soul.
It Is 'he e:e^at:on of man above the mundane and the earthy, Utt-
ng him to the sflhftre of the angels. Gcd"s periphery about them and
in Him.
Religion is man if he behaves in the Divine image.
Religion implants the humane within the man.
Must it fc<' organized?
In a sense no. -
Organization inhibits and imprisons. Over-organization can en-
slave the inherently pious soul. Religious hierarchies have enchained
devout Religious expressions.
like love (without license). Religion should be -.Men.' and un^
inhibited. Yet. like love, if it is undisciplined, become wh moral
and capricious, and usually wanes. Disorganized and uncontrolled, it
is lowered to the fulfillment of a biological instinct o,iUinn
Man yearns for Gad. and after seeking Him through Religion,
ndoSanized Religion, with its incumbent traditions and laws acts
as an influencing catalyst lor man to find the moment ol Truth, t.u
Religious moment, aye God.
Can 1 experience this moment of Religion.
Can you know the meaning oi courage, without being courageous
Can you understand the meaning of love, without being m love
Re'iaion is a oer*onal experience II is captured unexpectedly.
when, one cann A know. The media are study MfoJW"'$$%
,,, 0 ..s ai, of the previously-mentioned aspects ot Religion.
Bj?t the main Religion Is man. by man and for man.
S
vices
^Jltia IJJeeltenJ
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 re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
GEMS OF WISDOM
:
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Raboi Isaac ever.
Friday 6:IS p.m. BatuHay *-" a.m.
Bermon: "The vi -ii, Bign L'nin-
cation." iinet B{>eaker: Aaslatant j
i.;m Kibbl P Brlakman "f Kwhlva Tlif prophet and the martyr no .
and Mealvta Torah Vodnath. | n<>| ut the hooting throng. Their
BETH OAV.O. 2625 SW 3rd a-e Con. e.ve arr fixed on the etermt.ev
ervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. ''. \RI>0-<>-
Cantor William W. Lipson.
(.'liiiiv n i". ii iii. Baturda? i" ri "l t
l-.i.s Mltsxah: Judith, daughter .if Mr. lr u'M not the ptctuwquenesj o
in.I Mrs. Juliuv t'ohen. (n( feu.s that fluctuated him but
,w M w the element of tlu eternal tliat was
BETH EL. "SCU Sw ./in ave. Orthodox c "
RABBI MAX UMCH1TI
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
l-i-i.r,\ '. .ml 8:30 p.m Mm Jai-k .- u-
plr, r.-i'l. m of BlHterhoud, "ill tall!
on "The Ro'i s ii -.....
,\AI ;,i .., sVrmon: "The Si-niil-
, n n( Bhvkallm."

BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative.

fjETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. R.obi H. Louis Rottman.
-
BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
-
JCTH TFIt.AM. 935 El did av. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky

BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Beo-Zion Kirschen
baum.
Frl laj I ind <:3 p.m Sermon: '!.-
nlnn oi Remain A Kabul .- Dil.....-
ma." Has Mltxvah: Lthble, daughter
oi Mr. and Km. Ilaynunid Htauberg.
I Satin 'l.i. *:4a a.m.
their birthright.
MM RAI K
Jli( h < o| our time
jsspoil t" eternity.
p \i H VN

Some u in el itt> oft< vea o\
oil others in j moment
JL'DAH H \-N VSI
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Tlie race remains forever though
particular specimens perish.
PIIIIO
CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER
8755 SW 16th St. Mumi. Rabbi Sam.
iiel April. Cantor Cershon Levin.
K, i ,> :.i: and ''" p.m rhlldren*
..,, ice ..mm.,n "Bhekel or Ta nt.
Snti r i '' i in liar Mltavah: R -
,l i in Mi ""' Mi M ron Ste-

DADE HE GHTS JEV/ISH CONGRE-
GATIO-. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
larvatlve. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emar.uel Mandei.
l-.i i I |i Be....... '"' T ikes
, vimti.- Satiirdaj Bei mn
r.,r., ., !,. Week Bai M > Hj
,,. m >| Mi anil M Leonard
\ 11. -...-. -

FLACLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conse-vative. Samjel Hollander,
p-esident. Cantor Geoige Go.Jberg.
. ,-,,i ,} .. and ; :
\- | ner pi e*ldenl of I
irana la Ii .l.-h f> nt. v> II ,.....i
x. | Kel -:i'Oi Snturda}
^ .::n i in,
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Jol-nson st. Conservative. Rabb
ave. Liberal. Ra^bi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David C O'.viser.
I---I ;:l. s.\: pin. Sermon: "The Walla
hat blvldi L'a Satuida> I I a.m.
Kar M'.Wvah; Uretor.\ Lyone, koii >c
Mr. and Sir*. Allan Koa
-
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb Henry
S. Wernick.
i rldas v :'' p.m. Sermon "I'nolou led
:onfldeni-e n Oud." Batunla> I
i in

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv.nj
Lehrman Can-.or Hirsch Aoler.
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
] Retorm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
j.-. i !;,, i p iii Se : on II Thew
, i |"fe .ii i her Planets Sp.
, i o. i ited I" in, nil" re ol I -
Ml iml Rota: > i "
a
TEMPLE JUOfc. 3?0 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabb. Mo.decai Podet.
, I., v \ i:. i in Sei mnn VVhal
leu -l. \':il Rnblil w I'llani Sa,
ivltt, dlrectoi of the Si.utheai.teri
Cmmi-ll .! the I'nlon of An
11.'. i fonjtreitatl.-ns, will present i
:,, the senior youth
S r ,.,- 'i in Itai M '
::. mi. n ol Ml id Mm .\
Oavi3 Shapiro. Cantor Yehi.dah
H'llbri ..".
TEVLE MENORAH. 62*1 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz Cantor Edward Klein.
kJChow hfoitr TEMPLE NER TAMID. POth St. and
"Midrash Rabbah" Explained
and Vocalized
The "Vavne" and "Mahbarot
Lesifruth," publishing companies
in Tel Aviv, have recently pub-
lished the whole of the "Midrash
Itabbah" in a vocalized and an-
notated edition.
In the Yavne" edition. M A.
Mirkin contributes a new scientific
commentary. In his commentary.
lie also explains the passages writ-
ten in Aramaic, and his commenta-
ry is full and exact. The "Mahbarot
Lesifruth" edition has printed in
the body of the book the Hebrew
translation to the Aggadot written
in Aramaic, together with the com-
mentary of E. Levi, so that they
can be read easily and with no dif-
ficulty.
In these books the gates of the
Midrash have been opened before
both Israel and Diaspora Jewry,
and so both the Hebrew reader and
student can enjoy this treasury of
A Judaism without difficulty
Published by Brit Ivrit
By RABS1 SAMUEL J- FOX
What is a "3erachah?"
Berachah" is taken today to
mean .1 ties or .1 "benedic-
tion It is believed to come from
a root meaning "to bend" or "to
prostrate." This involves the
houghl that when a subject ap-
proached higher authority for his
favor or blessing, he would kneel
or prostrate himself. Likewise,
v henever a subject wanted to pay
homage and demonstrate his sub-
5( r\ ience to hi- superior he would
kneel and pros rate himself.
This would indicate his total sur-
render and submission to his peer. |
j This is the meaning In the Psalms
I (956) wherein it is written: "Come,
let us bow dow n and bend the
knee, let us kneel before the Lord,
lour Maker." In this verse the ex
I pres=ion "let us kneel" uses the I
same root as is used In the expres-
sion "Bcrachah." It has therefore,
been claimed that the first bene-
dictions or blessings offered to the
Almighty were recited in a pros-
trate position or on bended knee.
Actually, the very concept of of-
fering a benediction or blessing to
Deity is tantamount to expressing
our complete subservience or sur-
render and dependence upon Him.
Later, the tradition developed to
simply bend the knees slightly and
how. instead of falling completely
prostrate. Still later this was re-
stricted to only certain benedictions
in the prayers. The style and for-
, en
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r S|" I :
RABBI -
Co it
C intribut "
RABBI OI ..... II"
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. C jnsor\ativ-. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
11 ,' Tatum Waterway. Modern T-aa
kno.l..... Month V "lies !-l..il>- tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can.
[i-v.io! Sperllna In hi.ni.i ..I tor Samuel Gombtrg.
lei. Ann ,.-. liLl, -, ., m b .,.,,,,
|nv -UNFSETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Th,. i,,-,..,,,-,.,,,. ,. | ,'.:-
Orthoaox. Rabb. David Lehrfied. |( ^
Cantor Abraham Seif. #
' -' TEMPLE S NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
in .:.,!: fu.n 1 .. t- 12,00 NE 15th ave. Reform. Ra:-a.
11 -<'".....' "Kqiia.li Benno M. Wallaeh.
VI ." .,,-. in S.-i iimn \\

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
"rldnj s.l.". p.m 1
11 ttlih M I ,
1 SW > h ave. IVodrrn J,.-.rli- T1FERETH ISRAEL. 6:00 N. M in
tioi ll Rabbi Max Shapi o c-ntor mm Blhhi Mthn 7*ilm.in Can.
Fred Bernstein.
.111.; :15 1 1 ''eg 11
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Can.
tor Albert Glantz.
.in,. :I5 1 .
r if the TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95'
Batn a> s a.m Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabJ.
" '..... I Leo Heim.
M,NVONA;RES. 37^7 Bird rd. Modern I M^J l P-J. Se'-mon
Trad.t.onai. s-mlin. daughter ol Ml
SOUTHWEST CENTER 643, SW .th "-., ,,"^7.^
st. Co.issrvativc. Rabbi .viaurice '
arji'iutwui'iiisaiii'u.iiwiiuuiu''.:
mat of basic prayers are still in
the cast of "blessings" or "bene-
dictions'" with the title "Berachah"
because, if not in action, certainly
in meaning, they imply our pros-
tration signifying our full submis-
sion unto Him.
For this reason also, when re-
ceiving the blessings pronounced
by the Kohanim. "The Priestly
Benediction." our heads are slight-
ly bowed. Either when acknowledg-
ing the Almighty's power and maj-
esty, or when in the act of receiving
His blessing, we indicate full de-
pendence upon His grace.

Why must every blessing express
the name and majesty of the
Almighty?
This is the format set down by
the rabbis of old. so that it be clear-
ly understood that we refer to no
other Cod. and that we do not be-
lieve that his power and majest)
are limited.
Klrm
|. if,in) "1 p in Sermon: *' nt-
,|..,\ a 'Sal ui da.> 9 a m
TEMPLE AOATH YFSHURUN. 102C
NE 183rd St., Miam. Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham R-isman.
Frl Ia> t:3n p.m C'hir'.es Hull will
Br ithei ii 11 1 Satnrdaj 9
, ,i, \ 1- nil Life Through a
11 1
.,, \ l-ull Life I hrough a ,
Sliel -1 Itnr Mltavah l^eali. ,,' Vem'nle."
eon of Mr iml Mrs Norman Hoff-
hter of Mr. and Ml h. Jni Lei -
ner. Saturdu> a.m. Sermon "Week-
I) Pol lion nt the Law "
e
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can-
tor.
e
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
lan. Cantor Jacob Goldfrirb.
. moti: "llepalrlng1
I96H-W Ras M t' ii
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arlrlx "ill aaslH In the ietA-lce, and
on... I thetr parents will sponsor the 1 ines
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall --1'-'"1"1 ..^_,_-
dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabb. ; yEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
Herbert Baumgard. Cantr- Charles ny-> Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Krldav 8:15 p.m. SeriiiQnj "Saints and
Sinners." Onej Bhnbbaf host: Sister-
hood. Snturdaa-*9 a.m liar Mni\ >
. .-.....>f Mi and Mrs. Beryl
Radln
Kodner.
FVIdns T :t > p.m Bermon; "Animals
Ikim- more BftUae than People
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOO. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reiorm
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Stiniland
Hall, 11519 So. Dixie hwy. Recon- flBC,lumrai,1,lll,U|
structionist. R a r 1 1 Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Cottlieb-
i rldas
p
ermon: \
V
r (I,,.,.. ->..(' .......
ant Pastor liults the Pulpit Bom.
Comparisons t.. the American Rab-11
blnate Oneg Shabbal hom Slstei
li .,. 1
temple beth sholem of Hoiiy i 26 I Adar 6:08 p.m.
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowiti.
- 1 1.10 Baturda> '' a n .
TEMPLE BETH ShO',OM. 4144 Chas: as
CANDIWGHJING TIME
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Friday, March 2, 1962
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Browsing mm books: ay hiiakt mwpuw
Literary Accent en a Little Known Hereditary Disease
rney. Bv Margaret Echard. 309 pp. Technically. I suppose the book must be categorized doctor, Peter Foil, is married to a non-Jewish girl bi
SO ERIEF A JO'JRNEY. Bv Margaret Echard. 309 pp.
New York: Dotbleday. 53.95.
WOU KNOW THE old story: Someone doing a survey
discovered that books about Lincoln, doctors, or dogs
sold bettor than any othors. So someone olso wrote a
bock called Lincoln's Doctor's Dog." It didn't sell, But
the old story may have something to it. after all. Margaret
Echard's moving book is about a pediatrician and his
wife, and their son. and the people around them and
it is first-rate story-telling.
Technically, I suppose the book must be categorized
as "light fiction," winch is u say that it lias i o
meaning outside its own covers; no careful overtones or
hidden undertones comment on the world around us. But
ah. what extraordinary light fiction it is! it is a book in
which every person radiates his own reality, each charac-
ter owns his own look, thought and way of speaking, from
Dr Emit, the Jewish grandiather, aii the way down to the
Major the baby.
1: i.- a book in which the successful young Jewish
foreign Newsletter
TULLIA ZEVI
Spanish Jews Avoid Religious Studies Problem
Ma
A RELIABLE source lure ha.- told this
correspondent that rumors were cir-
culating that Franco is considering the
possibility of modifying his silent lis
elimination against Jews.
Max Mazin. president of the Jewisl
community hero, took up with the sub-l
jeel of education. As far as CatholU L
religious leaching in public schools is consuiereu. Mr.
Mazin stated that, although no law to exempt Jewish children Irom such lessons, exemption
"de facto" can be granted. He added, however, that most
Jewish families avoid the issue by sending their children
to the French. British or American schools in the Spanish
capital.
More interesling and important than the relation be-
tween the Jews and the civil authorities is. in the opinion
of Mr. Mazin. the attitude of a part of the Spanish clergy
toward the Jews, which seems to be moving along a pat-
tern which has no precedents in Spanish history.
In 1942. Jews were tragically placed, by Church and
State, between two alternatives: either become converts
or leave. Today, understanding and a certain desire of
cooperation and atoning for the intolerance of the past
seem to be gradually developing among the Catholic clergy
oi Spain.
"It all started last April, during the Eichmann trial."
recalls Mr. Mazin. Owing to the presence of many Nazis.
pro-_N'azis and former Nazis on Spanish soil, incidents were
feared in Jewish circles. Mr. Mazin decided to seek allies
precisely among those who. in centuries past, had been the
inspirers, promoters and executors of ant-i-Jewish perse-
cutions.
A first meeting with Monsignor Lahiguera. Deputy
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
All About Rothschild
i NOTHER BOOK is shortly com-
* ing out about the Rothschids.
The glory that was Rothschild is
argely a thing of the past but the
looks about them continue to be
ritton. The Rothschild fortune at
ts height could not match the
treat fortunes of today. Illiterate
Vrabs in Kuwait who cannot count
have countless uollars. Its "Oil" different today.
Rothschild was a name to conjure with. One of
the Rothschilds was asked to sign a note by an ac-
quaintance. "I can't do that." he said, "but when
I leave the synagogue you can walk down the uisle
with me. ami then you will have no difficulty in get-
ting a loan from someone else."
The Rothschilds made history. We think of Na-
poleon, of Suez, of India and the British Empire in
association with their name. British aristocracy
counted it a privilege to visit them at a time when
Jews, even the Rothschilds, wore denied elementary
civil rights.
Baron Rothschild was elected to Parliament, hut
a member of Parliament must take his oath "on the
true faith of a Christian." and so Rothschild could
not take his scat Every year, he would appear in
Parliament, ind the Baron would say. "I want to
be sworn in on the Old Testament," and that would
he the end of it.
After a time however. Parliament realized that
the joke was on it. Rothschild was allowed to be
sworn in on the Old Testament, putting on his yar-
mulke for that purpose. Many Jews when they be-
come rich hide their Jewishness. The Rothschilds
raised it like a flag. They respected their faith, and
the world respected them all the more tor it.
The world of course respected their dollars
also. There is a famous Talmudie saying that gold
can remove even the stain of illegitimacy. Nothing
cleans like "filthy lucre." Heine, noting how every-
one did obeissance when a Rothschild entered, re-
marked, "Sec how they bow before the Golden Calf."
The Rothschilds treated Heine quite "familionaire,"
to use his own coined term, even though Heine shot
some poisoned darts in their direction. One of the
Rothschilds said to Heine that he understood that
the muddy Seine in its head waters was quite clean.
"Yes,'' replied Heine, "and I understand your an-
cestors were very nice people."
Bishop ol Madrid, clearly indicated that Mr. Mazin had
:, the right step. The M showed great interest
in the problems which were being outlined to him and ex-
ssed his desire to cooperate From then on,
Christian-Jewish initiatives multiplied.
On May 13, l%l. Jesuit Father Jose Maria Javierre,
iduced by Mr. Mazin. addressed the -Cultural Center
oi the Jewish Students ol Madrid" on "A Dissertation on
Christian-Jewish themes." A debate followed.
A series of meetings with the highest representatives
of the PPC (Propaganda Popular Catolica) resulted in the
publication, last Juno, ot a pamphlet by the organization:
"Nosotros los Judlos." it sharplj criticizes the centuries-
old Catholic "teaching of contempt" against the .lews.
and proclaims: "In no way can a Christian reproach the
entire Jewish people for the assassination of Christ ... A
series of false. anti-Christian ideas, unfortunately persist-
ing up to our days, have supplied a pretext to commit
thousands of horrors against the God-chosen people "
After recalling the statement made in 1938 by Pope
Pius XI, that "it is impossible for Christians to take part
in anti-Semitism." and after praising the present Pope's
elimination of "perfidis Judaeis" from the Good Friday
liturgy, the pamphlet concludes: We shall not be able
to call ourselves Christians if we shall not do everything
in our power to fight against all forms of anti-Semitism,
and if we shall not love with all our hearts the peP'e
among whom our Lord was born."
"The text of the pamphlet." recalls Mr. Mazin. "was
submitted to me before publication, and all my sugges-
tions were taken into consideration. This is something
which had certainly never happened before, here." The
pamphlet's first edition of 20.000 copies was soon sold
oul. and a reprint was promptly made. Other publica-
tions, other articles followed. "Ya." the newspaper of
the Catholic Action of Spain, published an article on the
Eichmann trial and other articles en Jewish subjects,
"which could have been written by any of us Jews."
The success of these initiatives encouraged Mr Mazin
to intensify and develop them. In Paris, he contacted
Father Paul Demann. a converted Jew and a loading
Catholic of France who. over the past decade, has boon
naosl active in working for improved Catholic teachings
about Judaism.
Father Demann agreed to come to Madrid and lecture
on: 'Jews and Christians: Their Mutual Relations.' The
gathering was hold, at the end of November, at the Higher
Institute for Scientific Rosoarch. under the chairmanship
ni the dean of the Faculty of Letter- of Madrid Univer-
sity it was attended by nearly 200 persons, inch: ling
members of the Catholic hierarchy, representatives
leading Spanish religious orders, and university professors
A few days later, a Christian-Jewish Action Group
was formed, the first in Spanish history. Ami-tad Judeo-
Christiana," as the group is called, has already drafted a
"Declaration of Principles" in seven points, stressing that
the group's aim is to eradicate prejudice and promote
mutual understanding and better relations between Jews
and Christians. The executive committee, which will holj
weekly meetings, includes a representative of the Bishop
of Madrid, Sister Esperanza. Mother Superior of the Order
of Our Lady of Zion. together with Mr. Mazin and Louis
Blitz, honorary president of the Madrid community. The
group plans lectures, debates, radio and TV programs.
doctor. Peter Foil, is married to a non-Jewish girl __ hm
the reasons are not those you'd expect, nor are the prob-
lems, It i- a book which centers around a little-known
hereditary disease, Tay Sachs, which is apparently pro-
duced by the union of two defective genes; it occur- pre-
dominantly in Jewish families one child in ten thousand
among A.-hkcna/im. one in four million among Scphardim
It is incurable and untreatable.
It is a book of great poignance, the kind in which
you turn back to re-real passages, first, to re-experience
the swells ol emotion they raise, and secondly, to explori
again Mi.-.- Echard's extreme skill in evoking them. The
book moves very quickly, picking up threads, winding
them tighter, dipping into the past of its characters
surging forward again into their present disturbances,
hinting a; the traged) which will impose itself. The wind-
up is a little too rapid, perhaps, but it docs not injure its
i '. libilitj to an) l.uge extent
It is the -ort of book which slays with you for a long
< and this i- a tribute to any kind ol writing, for
any author.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
ZOA Fete at the UN
United Nations
THE LADY occupying the next
' seat, in the press gallery of
Conference Room Number One.
was not a journalist. Nor were the
majority of others in the press sec-
tion that day. Like the more than
1.200 other men and women who
crowded this official Conference
Roomon tne Delegates' level, in the press section
and in the visitors' galleryshe is a Zionist, from
Chicago. There were Zionists from every region of
'.he New York metropolitan area, from Texas and
California, some from Connecticut and others from
Oklahoma.
It was the third annual Zionist Organization of
America seminar at the United Nationsand by far
the most successful event of the kind ever held here.
For almost an entire day, the ZOA had "taken over"
the United Nations. Their presence was heartening
except to the Arab delegations who squirmed in sil-
ent, frustrated anger.
If any further proof was needed that Zionists can
he pro-Israel and at the very same time American*
and at the same time citizens of the worldthis day
clinched the argument. From far and near they had
come to underscore these facts. For it was an in-
tensely American audience. They applauded hearti-
ly when Armaid Bernard, the chairman of the French
delegation addressing them, tied neatly into one
package the democratic principles of Abraham
Lincoln, the cqualitarian basis of American democ-
racy, the French foundations of Liberty. Equality
and Fraternity sans bias, and the Israeli practice of
these principles.
For those who may want to question how it hap-
pened that the ZOA massed at the United Nation-,
there is a simple answer. The ZOA is one of many
non-governmental organizations accredited to the
l.\ I: has a permanent representative hero, Moses
Schonfeld, Thus, the ZOA is part of the United Na-
tions. Once a year, it turns out to reaffirm that
partnership. This year's massing was the soundest.
i uell ,i- the largest.
To many observers here, it was not only the size
of the turn-out, but its composition that was found
impressive. The political sophistication of many of
ho delegates emerged from the questions asked dur-
ing the seminar. The questions, asked by about 25
or 30 of the Zionists, ranged the gamut of world poli-
tics and interests.

What Devaluation of the Israel Pound Means
**1HAT POSSIBLE effects may the de-
" valuation of Israel's currency have
on the economic ties between the tinted
States and Israel? This question is now
being studied by American firms doing
business with Israel. American exports
to Israel are made up primarily of two
categories. One consists of agricultural
commodities and the other of equipment
and materials for industry and agriculture. The agricul-
tural commodities are sold by the U.S. Government to
Israel as surplus products to be paid for in Israeli cur-
rency which remains in the country as a counter-part
American contribution to various Israeli development pro
jects.
This part of American-Israeli trade will practically be
little affected. As to the sales of American industrial
equipment and raw materials to Israel, it is expected that
they may increase despite the fact that the Israeli pound
has declined in value vis-a-vis the dollar. This expecta-
tion is based on the announcement by the Israel Govern-
ment of cutbacks on import duties and other levies to
offset the now difference between the pound and the
dollar.
American companies operating in Israel on Israeli
pounds are little worried over the devaluation of the
pound because most of their outlays have been made on
a dollar linked basis, to protect themselves against any
possible devaluation of the pound. It is believed in Amer-
ican commercial circles that devaluation will now make
investment in Israel more attractive, because so much
more can be done in Israel with the same amount of
dollars.
It is also pointed out that new enterprises established
with dollars will benefit from increased export of Israeli
products, since Ihese products will become cheaper on
the international market in terms of foreign currency.
American tourists will definitely benefit from the devalu-
ation of the Israeli currency because they will now get
higher rates in Israel for their dollars, although some Is-
raeli hotels are now raising their prices. American hold-
ers of Israeli Bonds will suffer nothing from the devalu-
ation since the Israeli Bonds are redeemed in dollars.


Friday, March 2, 1962
*Jen4sti fkiridliiair
Paqe 15-A
FALL-OUT SHELTERS Al ISSUE
Right Wingers Exploit
Civil Defense Question
Right wing extremists were
l here with using the Civil
j,, fensi issue as a "pretext t<> in-
eel their own propaganda" up-
ie American public.
These charges were made by
Irving Jay Fain, of Providence,
i; I., chairman of the Commission
vn Social Action of Reform Ju-
daism, at the opening day of a
three-day conference on "Judaism
and Survival." held on the occa-
sion of the executive committee
meetings of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations at the
Americana hotel.
"It stands to reason that about
t h e only national government
program that members of the
ultra-right wing groups might
stand for is the present program
of Civil Defense," remarked
Fain. "It is therefore not sur-
prising to find members of the
extreme right using Civil De-
fense education and Civil Defense
programs as a pretext to inter-
ject their own peculiar propa-
ganda. "
He decried the tendency of right-
its to make attitudes toward Civil
i i>.M' the "measuring rod by
ich to judge their neighbors'
iotism or lack of it."
n explained that "in the eyes
Ihe righl wing, the building of
fall-out shelter- must surely ap-
ar to be the only practical tcch-
: ique the I'nited States has found
to flghl Communism. Shelters.
they conclude, will serve as a de-
lerrent to Soviet thermonuclear at-
tack and clearly demonstrate that
the United Stat< s is in a strong
retaliatory position."
B< hind all of this, remarked
Fain, "is obviously the philosophy
of double-think achieve peace
through war. Peace, these groups
argue, can be achieved only by
military means. Such a viewpoint
achieves the objective of unifying
the military and industrial por-
tions of our society through in-
creased acceptance by civilians of
the military program and by lm-
piessing military personnel with
their dependence upon the indusln-
; al system."
He cited as glaring examples a
six-page Civil Defense bulletin is-
sued last November by the Jones-
Loughlin Steel Company of Pitts-
burgh.
The document, issued for the
benefit of the employees, outlines
the background of the Communist
party and Lenin, the testimony of
Dr. Frederic C. Schwarti before
the House Committee on Un-
American Activities, advocates
the showing of the controversial
filmstrip, "Communism on the
Map," and quotes freely from
similar sources.
Another incident cited by Mr.
Fain was a right-wing orientation
on Communism which was under-
taken by a U.S. government Civil
Defense official at a community
meeting in Westchester, NY. The
ease was brought to the Commis-
sion's attention by Rabbi Leon
.l-.ck. spiritual leader of the Free
Synagogue ot Mount Vernon. N.Y..
who had lodged a protest with
President Kennedy.
Fain emphasized the fact that
the UAHC had not yet developed
a "formal position" on the ques-
tion of Civil Defense. Nevertheless,
i'u Commissii n felt thai "this prob-
lem is a matter of great ethical
concern and warranted study by
I.eii nn congri gations."
In his attack on the right wing.
Fain stated thai Ihe country had
been applying the wrong label to
these ins. "1 would pre-
fer to call them the 'regressive
right' instead 1 the 'radical right".
"The word radical has always
been an honored and legitimate
word in American history. In
their day, both Jefferson and
Madison were considered radical,
as were Tom Paine and Benja-
min Franklin," he said.
"It is an irreverent abuse of lan-
guage to link, even by implication.
Welch and Walker with these cher-
ished giants of our country by using
the word radical' for both groups.
There is nothing radical about the
'rightist' movement today; it is re-
gressive and 1 prefer to so ldenti-
l fy it," declared Mr. Fain.
He stated that the 46th general
assembly of the UAHC. held in
Washington. DC. last November,
urged t h e further study of the
Civil Defense problem. Member
UAHC congregations were asked
to present their views in the hope
that the Spring meeting of the
UAHC Board could ariopt a resolu-
tion on this topic.

Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of B'nai B'rith Women, District 5,
helps Judge Milton A. Friedman, president of the district, as
he called presidents of lodges and chapters here for reports on
plans for an "Eddie Cantor Israel Night for B'nai B'rith" held
recently at the Barcelona hotel in conjunction with the 1962
inaugural conference for Israel Bonds. ____________
Etz Chain-. Installs Officers
Men Kleiman has been installed tual leader of Etz Chaim. also in-
president of Congregation Etz stalled ihe following officers:
,-,. ,,,rhl, .,,... M. iris Brafman. vice president;
Chaim, io44 Washington ave. ,n> ^ m,.,slim.. ,n Scy.
Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld, spin- mour Zucker, secretary.
TIE WEEK... IS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
sage came from Carroll Baker.
But such cynicism, even with re
sped to my own motives, should
hardly overlook the stunning ef-
fecl of the general pomp and
glitter; for the Israel Bond inaug-
ural happily proved a stunningly
successful affair. However much
these things may move the con-
templative to unkind thoughts
about humanity, they also seem
to move men to philanthropy.
And never shall it be said of
American society that the con-
templative are its leaders.
In sum. I longed Saturday night
for the higest purposes of Israel
and Israel Bonds to be fulfilled
by the stimulation of the contem-
plative among us. For Israel re-
born in our time is the scholarly
justification of history's brutality
toward Jews. I confess, however,
to be hopelessly out of date:
since, clearly it is bandstands
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To Unscramble
Religious Mix. p
NEW YORKI.ITA)A court Ol
claims took under advisement this
week a suit by relatives of a Jew-
ish and a Roman Catholic woman
who each received the religious
services of the other's faith because
of a mixup in morgue identifica-
tion.
The relatives filed suit for $50.-
000 in damages, each family ask-
ing the state of New York for $25,-
000 for "mental anguish and suf-
fering" caused by the switch.
Michael Tumminelli, filed one
of the suits. Frank Lott filed
the other. Attorney* told Claims
Judge Melvin Osterman that Mrs. |
Mary Tomminelli, 87, a life-long
Catholic, and Mrs. Rose Lott, 66,
a Jewess, died the same day in
Brooklyn State Hospital. An er-
ror in tagging the bodies caused
them to be sent to the wrong
mortuaries, the plaintiffs assert-
ed.
As a consequence, Mrs. Lott was
embalmed and placed in a casket
with rosary beads, a crucific in her
hands and the sign of the cros- on
her bier. Mrs. Tummineli un-
placed on the Taharah board and
wrapped in the traditional white
shrouds under a black cloth bear-
ing a Star of David.
The attorneys said the mistake
was discovered when the families
visited the morgues. Assistant At-
torney General Robert Schwarti.
representing the state, disclaimed
any liability for the error.
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9-Jenisii ncridian
Friday. March 2. 1962
Israel Mailmen Stage Walk Out
Edward Kennedy, brother of President Kennedy. chat3 with
a Yemenite visitor to the Outpatient Department of the Hadas-
sah-Hebrew University Medical Center on the western out-
skirts of Jerusalem during his visit to Israel.
Reorganization of Jewish
Welfare Board is Advised
JERUSALEM(JTA)The latest
:n a wave ot Strikes to hit Israel
in recent week? caused almost total
,-h;ios in .rarie. commerce ami
many o her areas this week as a
wait* in by Israel mailme i spread
" post office trwken.
Temporary arrangements to dis-
tribute mail from emergency s'a-
i ns -

i'e wailed in lorg lines for hours
ut rone managed to reach the
1 Kr'-.s who were to distribute the
mail. An arrangement to employ
-moorary mailmen also failed.
With :V walkout of the post of-
fice workers, all postal services
xcepl telephones and telegraph,
round hat telegraph and teleprinter ser-
vices would be interrupted if post
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office technicians joined the walk-. ceived invitations and notices,
out. Banknotes and vouchers also were
Many letters were feared lost and undelivered. Some banks opera:
he strike caused the cancelation | ed nwssenjwr service to deliver
<' manv events because of unre-' urgent mail.
Continued from Page 1-A
conditions and new types of rela-
tionships.
Merging of the present sepa-
rate regional Jewish Community
Center units known as sections
and the separate regional Armed
Services units "into unified JWB
regional bodies" is a third recom-
mendation. This proposal sug-
gests that "all regional bodies
move toward appropriate unifica-
tion in such manner and at such
pace as are appropriate to their
respective situations." An ex-
perimental period of relation-
ships between the regional units
is recommended but consolida-
tion is to occur "only as, if and
when those involved concur in
the step." Provision is made for
a review of this proposal two
years from the date of adoption."
Yaf is Will
Present Show
Yafis will present a variety
show. "Give My Regards to Broad
way," on Friday evening at the
Washington Federal bldg.. Nor
mandy Isle Branch. The show,
featuring songs and dances of the
roaring 20's, was produced by the
Yafi players, directed by A 1 v i n
Schiff and coordinated by Stuart
Miller.
Cast includes Barbara Penny-
mint, Marilyn Schwinuiier. Sandra
Cassorla. Bobbi Benjamin, Shelly
Schrold. Eddie Landy, Morty Co-
hen. Al Schiff. Bebe Zilber. Ernie
Solomon. Charles Bloom. Paul
Raymond. Stu Miller and Eileen
Seidner.
Refreshments and dancing will
follow the show.
Recommendation IV provides for
the assumption of maximum local
responsibility for services to the
Armed Forces and hospitalized
veterans, with Jewish Community
Centers playing an enlarged role
in this program." The recom-
mendation further calls lor the cre-
ation of "a single local JWB unit"
to provide service to the Armed
Forces and hospitalized veterans
in such community where such ser-
vice is required.
Modification of JWB's services
to Jewish Community Centers by
expansion of highly skilled spe-
cialized services and functions and
reduced emphasis on generalized
counselling" is provided for in the
f:lth recommendation. Underlying
this recommendation is the fact
that while JWB's program of ser-
vices to Centers evolved during
the period when the Center was
making a place for itself in the
' American Jewish community, the
Centers have now attained such a
'iigh level of professional compe
' lence that many of them can pro-
' vide from their own staffs some'
of the resources and skills for
which they had previously turned
to JWB.
The proposed changes would
| abolish the present national coun-
I cil of JWB and replace it with a
national convention as the organ-
ization's supreme governing body;
provide a system of rotating na-
tional officers and members oi the
hoard of directors; reduce the size
of the present board to provide for
more efficient functioning and cre-
ate a National JWB Advisory Coun-
cil on Services to the Armed Ser-
vices. The latter would consist of
representatives of national Jewish
organizations and would meet an-
nually to receive pertinent com-
munications and reports.
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by ISABEL GROVE
"Jewish Floridian
|jde buffet luncheon for Dorothy I.ynn and 20 friends
n by her parents. Mr. and Mrs Jack Toppell, ai their home.
e i Drive No.. Bay Heights, to mark the special oeca
Sweet Sixteen birthday "A Capsule Course in Charm"
Miami, Florida. Friday. March 2. 1962
Sectior. E
by Miss Fran Beecher proved limitlcs Ij espe-
.nil! demonstrate .
r
when she used the guests to illustrate
Harriet (Mrs. Otto) Fenias and her mother. Mrs. Gertrude
leaving next week for the north to attend a wedding .
riet is to be matron of honor for her niece, Gail Gaines. who
111 sav "I do" to Marvin Peehenik at the Chanticleer in Milburn.
\ ,i (hi the 25th Gail is a I960 graduate ol the University"
Miami school of music, where she was a vice major The
r.ewlyweds ill spend the next few months in Kentucky, where "
,_ idoni is in service When he returns to civilian life,
!\'ll live in California, where he is a p -i-Uid pharm cisi
ryone disappointed because otto, who is golf director at the
Dora! Country Club, is so busy greeting the "goli jjreals" due
plaj the open Tournament there, be won't be able t.> attend
wedding,
-
Two small apartments now available" at Southgate Mrs
Ross and George Black, who met pool side there, have swapped
n in lor a larger suite which they will occupy when I Ivy i"
from a wedding trip to Sarasota Champagne luncheon
60 ai the Eden Hoe's Mona Lisa room followed their noon mar-
. mi Washington's birthday at Temple Beth Sholom, with
ii Leon Kronish officiating Bride chose pale blue si'k
vith blue floral hat and veil for the ceremony .
Wedding bells for Mrs. Nellie Feinber^ and Ben Sheldon now
eymooning in Nassau Dr. Irving I.ehrnian tied the nuptial
in in- study at Temple Emanu-El, and an intimate luncheon
:::< nds and family at the Hit/ I'laza followed
Stylish way to be called tor now-a-days is to have a boat draw
to your dock Minnie Fcinbcrg stepped onto the deck of the
ii re' as guest of cousins Mr. and Mrs. Maury Epstein and
hter Rae for a run down to Dinner Key Several nights
ed by a visit to the Jai-Alai Fronton with Charles and Minnie
town. Pa., in hir new apartment at the Morten Towers, [ol-
(.1 by a visit to the JaiAlai Fronton with Charles and Minnie
Fascinating place to have a mcctin;*-.". Mis Arthur Chariton
-- to Mrs Joseph Klein, president, and the board of the
an (reek Division, National Council of Jewish Women, on
Ineday on her house-boat at dock 14 opposite the Fontainebleau
Right next to Surfside f> .
what timing Mrs Sylvia Rosenstein, of Rutherford, N.J..
merly of Wilmington, Del., and Miami Beach, arrived a:
me ol daughter, Rhona (Mrs Marvin) Guberman, just it. tn
sit with her three granddaughters Thus treeing Rhona
plotting and planning." with Doris (Mrs. Irwin) Block, the
. s surprises for the luncheon and fashion show they arc chair-
Mar 20 at the Fentainebleau hotel for Lorber chapter
Revna Youngerman, local artist, busily occupied preparing
eral of her paintings to be shown at the Design Derby at Hia-
Racetrack later this month Last Thursday she spoke on
lemporarj art at the formal opening of the Diplomat Academy
ut Prof, Paul Kardos is director oi the new school .
Tenth reunion lor the 1052 class .f Miami Senior High to be
.lii;,. at Miami Springs Villas Man) of the more than
alums of that year expected, including the members of the
efeated 1952 Stingaree football team and former Miami
h principal. W It Thoni.i-
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Shave hosts to a large group ol friends for
r last week at the l'ub restaurant in Coral Gables .
The Crosby boys. Dennis. Philip and Lindsey. here for the
Sullivan TV show emanating from Miami Beach, at King
ii Court. Miami Springs Villas.
-
-
There, was-a card from Flo Comanor. a picture of the Franca
out in the middle of the ocean with an "X" marking a spot right
'clow the water line. The note said: X marks my room my
steward is a fish"' .
It was the Dr. Bertram Thorpes' 31st anniversary daughter
Iris (Mrs. Daniel) Franco's birthday, as well as a celebration on
the arrival of the Franco's third daughter. Susan, and to top every-
thing else, there was the announcement of the engagement of son
Jay to pretty Roberta Winn ... No wonder the Thorpes had a
cocktail partv at their house The decor was very br.d.sh -
pink and white The cake was made of two intertwm.ng hearts
in pink and white decorated with lots of little wedding rings .
Among the many friends saying "Happy Anything were f course
ihe future bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sampson D. Winn. Herbert
and Florence Kaufman, Bill and Bee Sussman Peter Gale Mr
and Mrs. Ralph Duber, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow, the James
Rubys, Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Julien, the B. I. Binders, and Ben
Zion and Ruth Ginsburg.
Mee.ir.g ai the banquet Saturday evening of
the nctiona' inaugural conference of State of
Israc-1 Bond- in the Fentainebleau hotol are
Celt to r'qht) Mrs. Max Weitz. honorary chair-
man Women's Division. Greater Miami; Mrs.
Michael (Joan) Camay, wife of Israel's perma-
nent representative to the United Nations, and
Tcking a breather from the stellar festivities at the Israel Bond
banquet function: Left to right are Carroll Baker, noted movie
star; Mrs. J. A. Cantor, wife of the chairman of the board of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee; and Mr-,. Michael
(Joan) Comay. Mrs. Cantor announced a personal purchase
of S25.000 in Israel Bonds at the banguet.
BB Women Set Tour Abroad
B'nai B'rith Women of South
Florida is sponsoring a tour to
Europe and Israel for 19(52.
The 32-day tour, departing New
York July 5. features a three-night
stay in London, two nights in Nice.
including an excursion to Monaco,
a four-day cruise on the Mediter-
ranean from Marseilles to Haifa
on the SS Jerusalem, with a stop-
over in Naples.
Sixteen days will be spent vis-
guest speaker at the banquet; Mrs. Ian Peerce,
national chairman of the Women's Division;
Mrs. Sam Sapiro, chairman of Trustees for the
Greater Miami Women's Division; and Mrs.
Jack Popick, co-chairman, host of the nations
committee, and a Women's Division vice
chairman. (See Charmingly Yours.' Pg. 9-B.)
Women Push Plans
To Finish Cedars'
Top Three Floors
"Harvest-lor Health" will be the
Hume of the Cedars of Lebanon
Auxiliary spring fund-raising pro-
gram tor l'J62 to be launched at
its Mar ti luncheon.
Mis. Nathaniel Levin, president.
.-.nil the women chose the title be-
cause it symbolized the "communi-
ly's cornucopia of generosity, over-
flowing with material contribu-
tions to help finish Dade county s
newest non-sectarian hospital."
The kick-off luncheon, sched-
uled on Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. David W. Levy. 5>2G LaGorce
elr.. Miami Beach, will mark the re-
sumption of the Auxiliary's all-out
push to bring to completion the top
three floors of Cedars, which at
this point are still a concrete shell.
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. chairman
of the Women's Division develop-
ment fund, will disclose plans tor
llarvest-lor-Health" coffees and
lui.cheons to be hosted by 16 of
Dade's top social and civic leaders
ho are among the key workers in
the Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary.
"We invite all women interested
in sustaining the health and wel-
tare of their families and their
neighbors to join with the Auxili-
ary in this vital task," said Mrs.
Sapiro. More than 700 members
will be participating in the spring
campaign, according to advance in-
formation.
Jeanne (Mrs. Sheval) Siff. of Richmond. Va., was Helen (Mrs. flag\er^}ranada Sees Film
Sevmour) Somerstein's roommate at the University ot Miami .
Thev were both in each others wedding party; when the Siffs
came to Miami, the two girls had a lot of reminiscing to do .
Not about their complexions either, but about the three children
they each have They talked right thr.-ugh dinner ar Ik
Somersteins. and the Play Boy Club, and then Jeanne had to go to
Wolfie's to see if it was still the same The food was just as
good, but the same gang doesn't stay around for 12 years.
Flagler Granada Jewish Center
held a general meeting last Thurs-
day evening.
The film. "Time for What The
Secret of the Later Years." on the
problems of senior citizens today.
was shown.
iling Israel, from Mt. Zion and the
Orthodox Mea Sherim to Safed, the
Hot Springs of Tiberias to Beer-
sheba. the Gaza Strip and many
other sites.
These will also include Jerusa-
lem. Tel Aviv. Sharon, the moun-
tains and valleys of the Galilee,
Mt. Carmel overlooking Haifa and
Acre, the Negev and the Port of
Eilat.
Return trip will include Rome
for three days and Paris as climax
of the tour.
Transfers, baggage handling.
sightseeing by private motorcoach-
es, admissions to special events.
first class hotels with private
baths, two meals daily in Europe
and all meals in Israel are in-
cluded for ^995 per person, double
occupancy.
Luncheon Slates
Two Reviews
Buffet luncheon meeting of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club
will be held Monday at the home
of Mrs. Lou Ross, 4519 Royal Palm
ave.
Program includes a review by
Mrs. Richard Fleming of "The
Painted World" and "River of
Grass." with Mrs. Joel Lee as re-
viewer.


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Friday, March 2. 1952
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
G.
Bellin
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka presents ORT Day Proc-
lamation to these Islanders chapter members: Left to right are
Mrs. Lilyan Roller, president, and Mrs. Jack Vivian and Mrs.
Mark Cirlin, vice president. The document proclaims ORT
Day on Miami Beach for the four chapters there.
600 SCHOOLS GET ASSIST
Local Chapters of QRT Plan Functions
To Honor 'Day' Proclaimed Here
Wednesday, Mar. 7. has been
proclaimed ORT Day by Gov. Far j
rig Bryant in honor of Women's
American ORT.
Organization for RehabiHation
Through Training is a worldwide
vocational training agency with
ever 600 schools in 20 countries.
Students include both teenagers
and parenis who have fled from
anti-Semitic persecution.
In Israel, they hope to reweave
the torn threads of their lives.
ORT assists them to assist them-
selves by giving these refugees the
chance to gain economic security
through instruction in a variety of 1
trades. Mrs. Jacob Glassman is 1
ORT Day coordinator for the j
Southeast Florida region.
The eleven chapters of the re- j
gion are planning the following af- j
fairs:
Bay chapter Luncheon Mar. 7|
at the home of Mrs. David Berger, j
2115 Meridian ave. Chairman.
Mr*. Saul Ettinger.
Coral Gables chapterLuncheon j
Mar. 7 at Westbrooke Country
Club. Chairman, Mrs. A. Allen.
Greater Miami chapter Meet-
ing Mar. 7. 8 p.m.. at the home of
Mrs. Leonard Zilbert. 7504 Treas-
ure dr. Chairman. Mrs. S. Slos-
i erg.
Greynolds Park chapterBreak-
fast Mar. 7. 10 a.m.. at the home
of Mrs. L. Gluck. 3321 NF 166th
si. Chairman. Mrs. Phyllis Snydcr.
Hollywood cnaprer I nampagni
party Mar. 6. 8 p.m.. at the home
of Mrs. Sol Seidman. Chairman
Mrs. L. Rosen.
Islander? chapter Hoeriown on
Mar. 4. 7:30 p.m.. Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn.. Nor
mandy Isle Branch. Chairman.
Mrs. Ray Vivian.
Miami Beach chapterLuncheon
Mar. 7. 11:30 a.m.. at the home of
Mrs. Clifford Newmark. 5184 Pine-
tree dr. Chairman. Mrs. Paul Tay-
lor.
North Dade chapterMeeting at
the home of Mrs. Gerald Freed.
14645 N. Spur dr.. Mar. 7. 8:30
p.m. Chairman, Mrs. Carol Blech-
man.
North Miami chapter Meeting
Mar. 6, 8:30 p.m., at the Balmoral
hotel. Chairman. Mrs. I. Greene.
South Miami chapterMeeting
Mar. 7. 10:30 a.m., at the home of
Mrs. L. Waldman. 7230 SW 126th
st. Chairman. Mrs. Marilyn Gold-
stein.
Southwest chapterMeeting Mar.
7. 8:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs.
Sally Zuckerman. 1802 SW 84th ct.
Chairman. Mrs I. I.avinc
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art; served.
A quick, easily made delicacy of
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Sweet Potato Pancake.
First cousin to our blintzes are
the filled crepes which are often
served as the specialties of fine i
restaurants. These may also be \
made at home and are a good
choice for a guest luncheon. The
technique of baking the crepes,!
which are a form of pancake, is I
similar to that needed for blintzes.
except that the cake is browned on
both sides before it is filled. The
air bubbles in the batter should be
removed by letting it stand or by
pricking: the pan must be hot and
lightly greased: but mainly, the
cook must use a quick motion to
spread the batter in a thin even
layer before it sets.
Sweet Potato Griddle
Cakes or Pancakes
1'4 cups mashed, cooked sweet
potatoes
2 eggs, well-beaten
1' =
3'j
1
cups milk
cups vegetable oil
cups sifted, all-purpose
flour
teaspoons double-acting
baking powder
teaspoon salt
teaspoon powdered nut-
meg
Be sure the sweet potatoes are
completely free of lumps. Com-
bine the eggs. milk, and oil until
completely blended. Sift the re-
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a bowl. Add the potato mixture and
stir only until blended. With a one-
fourth cup measure, pour the bat-
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medium heat. Cook until the sur-
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Turn over and brown. These cakes
are best when well baked. Serve
with butter and syrup or jam. This
amount makes 15 large pancakes.
1
1 j
1
2
2>a
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Sea Food Crepes
cup sifted allpurpose
flour
teaspoon salt
teaspoon sugar
(ggs plus 2 egg yolks
cups milk
cups cooked, flaked fillet
of sole (1 lb.)
10-oz. cans condensed
cream of mushroom soup
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon dry Sherry
additional salt to lasts
'= cup grated -American
style cheese
1 teaspoon Worcester-hit,
sauce
For the pancake batter, sift n,e
flour, '- teaspoon salt, and suaa:
into a bowl. Beat the egg* and en
yolks until well blended. Add l \
cups of the milk. Stir into the flow
and mix until smooth. Strain
through a fine sieve, cover, and
refrigerate for two hours. For toe
filling, combine the fish. '4 cup
ol the condensed mushroom -oup
the Worcestershire sauce, lemori
juice. Sherry, and additional
iaste.
Heat a heavy 6-inch frying pan
and butter lightly. Pour in about
three tablespoons of the batter, tilt
the pan quickly to cover the bot-
tom, and bake over medium heat
until the underside of the pancake
is a golden brown. Turn over with
a spatula and brown the other side
Turn out on a tea towel, and place
1 a rounded tablespoon of the tisn
lilling in the center.
Fold over the sides and roll up
Kepeat with remaining batter ani
tilling. Butter the pan after each
pancake is baked. Place the rolls
side by side, with the seams under
neath. in a well-buttered deep over.
proof platter. At this point 'he
crepes may be covered, and n-
[rigerated for a few hours. Or they
may be wrapped in foil and frozen
When ready to serve, combine the
remaining soup and milk with it
cheese. Spread over the crepes
and bake at 325 degs. F. about 25
minutes, until the sauce is lisj il t
browned. Serve from the platter
This recipe makes 18 to 20 crepes,
to serve 6 generously.
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Leaders of Mizrachi Women's Organization
here preside at a luncheon honoring the Beer-
sheba Vocational High School in Israel, under
construction in the Negev, with sponsorship
by M zrachi Women of America and Canada.
Fror.'. row (left to right) are Mesdames Sally
Gold, co-chairman; Alfred Stone, coordinator
of I^izrachi activities in Florida; Harry N.
Schwartz, co-chairman; and Israel Teitch,
Hatikvah chapter. Rear (left to right) are
Mesdames Sarah Silverstein, Miami Beach
chapter; Louis Tokayer, Dov chapter; Joseph
(Mother) Brenner; Nathan Zeichner, Aviva
chapter; and Alvin Levenson, Kinneret chapter.
Some 100 women attended the function at the
Coronet hotel.
Cancer Unit Luncheon Brings Out Many
Fashionable Ladies to See New Fashions
By EDITH ZIPP
Ann. al luncheon of the North
Short Cancer Unit was held last
WVdnt -day in the Clubhouse res-
tauran; in No. Miami Beach. Your
columnist coordinated and was
commentator for the show pre-
sented by Lewis Fashions.
Chairman of the luncheon. Mrs.
Henry Baker, wore a gold llame
knit bodice over a beige silk satin
sheath shirt. Her skirt featured
flower petal drapes.
Torah Fund
Brunch Mar. 8
An orange and white checked
cotton was the choice of Mrs.;
Harry Pilchick. Mrs. I. Newman
were an arnyl of white, with a
navy and white polka dot bodice
topping her pleated skirt. A navy
linen jacket completed her en-
semble. Miss Jeannie Moore's
charcoal cotton featured a double- j
breasted bodice.
Mrs. Leonard Shapiro selected a ,
silk print in tones and shades of
blue; while Mrs. Robert Willner's
choice was an ombre orange silk
organza print. Mrs. Ralph Fred-'
cricks wore a turquoise silk shan-
tung sheath with a nautical collar,
featuring white inserts. A peacock
blue silk dynasty brocade shirt-
a blush pink satin belt and match-
ing shoes. Mrs. Robert Avins chose
muted tones of golds and greens in
her afternoon cotton. Mrs. Arthur
Bookbinder was In a purple boucle
silk jacket dress. Her bodice and
jacket lining were in a blue and
green silk print. A powder blue
silk shirtwaist, embroidered with
royal blue and pink flowers, was
worn by Mrs. Ernest Janko.
Mrs. Murray Silber chose a red
linen sheath with oversize pearl
buttons on the bodice. A linen
sheath in a frosted orange sherbet ]
color was the choice of Mrs. Hy-'
man Martin. Her decollete neck-
line and skirt were frosted with
white scalloped chantilly lace. Mrs.
Harold Wolk's black linen sheath
featured jet buttons on her waist
length box-style jacket.
Annual Torah Fund brunch of the waist wag thc choice of Mrs Lou
Honda Branch. National Women's' iavior
League, United Synagogue of
America, will be held Thursday,
President of the group. Mrs.
Mar. g. 11:30 a.m.. at the DeauvUte M*rl"\ lA1,n<'-v- sc,ectc.d a "i"11"1
color basket weave linen sheath.
. A band at the waist, and trim on
rVI"U...^C'hrtm..ar!'..S?'r'!.""! *e sleeves, were in aqua. Her
straw picture hat repeated this
color accent. Mrs. Richard Re-
nieny wore a white arnyl with the
hip-Stitched pleated skirt. Her hip
hotc
leader of Temple Emanu-El. will
tx gui -1 speaker.
The brunch will culminate all
Torah Fund activities in the Great-
STARRING
er Miami area. Participating will iengUi overblouse was in a bright
'"' multi-colored floral print.
Mesdames David Shapiro. Tern- A wnlte eyelette sheath was
Pie Sinai of Hollywood; Mayer worn bv Mrs tteraiH. Luber. with
Abramowitz, Temple Menorah; i
Harry Levitt, branch president,
Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood;
Sol Rogers, Baltimore, of the na-
tional Torah Fund.
Also Mesdames Harry Koretsky.
Temple Emanu-El; Nathan H. J A new religious and social pro
Spiegelman. chairman of the day. ; grain for hard of hearing[and deal
Temple Zion Sisterhood will pre-
sent a playlet, "Mrs. Steinberg's
Partner in Heaven."
Special Program
To be Sponsored
children and adults is being spon-
sored by the Hearing and Speech
Center of Florida and Temple Ju-
dea Sisterhood.
The program, the first of its kind
in the South, will offer Sunday
Leo Mindlin, executive editor of school, religious services, and so-
The Jewish Floridian, will be guest cial activities under the direction
speaker Sunday morning at Tern- of professionally trained instruc-
ple Emanu-EFs youth service and. tors. Mrs. A. David Goldberg is
breakfast. I president of Sisterhood.
Mindlin to be Speaker
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Friday. March 2. 1962
Council Divisions Map Programs
Stafi of Camp Judah at Dade Heights Jewish
Congregation discuss the camp's program for
this coming summer. Left to right are Flor-
ence Muchnick, Siegfried Dayan, Sidney
Goode. Jerry Greenfield, Arlene Foster. Eve-
lyn Dock, and Betty Mitchell. The camp will
be open from June 25 to Aug. 17, offering
swimming, athletic field trips, bowling, crafts,
music, drama, and dancing. Meals will be
prepared in the Dade Heights kosher kitchen.
Rabbi Richter on Television Pioneer Women
Plan Events
Rabbi Harold Richter and Can-
tor Emanuel Mandel, of Dade
Heights Jewish Congregation, will
pppear on "The Siill Small Voice."
television program sponsored by
the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Mi-
ami, on Sunday, 10 a.m.. over
WCKT ch. 7. Rahbi Maurice Klein.
Of Southwest Jewish Center, and
the religious school choral group of
Dade Heights, will also be on the
program.
Bebe Icelson Club. Pioneer Wom-
en., will have a "Bon-Voyage" des-
sert luncheon in honor of Mr?. Lib-
by Horace and Mrs. Sarah Bobier,
who are leaving for a trip to Israel.
Physician to be Speaker
Miami Beach physician. Dr. Sey-
mour L. Alterman, will bo guest
speaker at a luncheon meeting of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
en Wednesday at the Ritz P!a*a
oil. T>pic will be "Diabetes and
Event will be held Sunday. Mar. Heart Trouble. Causes and Treat
Dr. Medow Seeks
Council Seat
Dr. Frances S. Medow. retired
chiropractor, has announced her
candidacy for the Surlside Town i
Council, election to be held Mar.
20.
Dr. Medow and her husband.
Nathan, residents of Surfside for
seven years, own and manage the
Bal Mar Manor a| -
Before moving ti Surfside. Dr
Medow practiced for 11 years in
Detroit. Mich., and i- still an ac
tive member of the Michigan Stati
Chiropractic S ciety. She als i did
social w' rk for three years foi th
State of Michigan in I Is ol
old age assistance, aid fcr the
blind, ai I ir denl clvldre:
aid for the lisabled she i-
a meml er tl Surfside Civil
Assn S Sock tj u I
American N'atui al Hy {iei
i ie'y.
In hei ;
sition to Chattel v n ;;. i I '.. on
the Mar 20 ballot caus [gives
unlimited -; dis-
trict' pov rs to
par! ii
meel thi Surf-
side; anti 11 ise 'be
enforced; eorreel
areas in Sui by qualil i
neers who gua ranti irk;
no c m r r pair v n k
municipal
emergencj to be dot lai
nary. Febi irj or M I
11. 2 p.m., at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Casow. 7222 Trouville
Esplanade. Miami Beach.
Program chairman is Mrs.
Esther Weinstein, and Mrs. Isaac
Offenhenden is president of the
up.
* *
Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Wom-
en, was to hold its regular meet-
: : this Thursday evening at Mi-
ami Hebrew Congregation.
Mrs .lack Raffel. president, was
to present plans for the donor
luncheon to be held at the Fontaine-
,u hotel.
Mrs. William Gruber w as to ia l
a group of h iliday songs appropri-
ate to Purim.

i Mur Club, Wom-
en, will have picnic and luncheon
,n Sunday noon, Mar 11, al Cran-
on Park, pit 4. lot 2.
Mrs Oscar Zeltzer .- hairman.
is Mrs Isaac Pushkin
ment." Dr. Abraham Wolfson v. ill
rev.ew the current news, and Jos-
eph Malek and Jacob Fi.-hman. co-
The nine divisions of the Great-
r Miami Section. National Coun-
il of Jewish Women, will present
i variety of programs at their rag-
liar monthly meetings on Wednes-
lay. according to Mrs. Sidney
Lewis, pre.- dent.
*
Sunset Division will hear four
Cuban refugees in a panel discus
don, ".',('u:-;ilv: fij'n New Way of''
Life." Mrs. Bernard Abel, pro
oram chairman, will he moderator
at the meeting, to be held al Hillel
House cm the University >>i Miami
campus at 12:30 p.m.
V
Shores Division will meet al
V.estview Country Club ut l p.m.
Program will feature a panel dis-
cussion on family problems by a
psychiatrist, a family counseloi
and a rabbi. Title is 'Happiness
is Becominu."

Bay Division will hear Hendrik
Bems, newspaper columnist, on
the "Political Scene in South
America," at the Washington Fed-
eral bldg.. 1133 Normandy dr.. at
1 p.m.
*
Biscayn* Division will present
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein in a review
of "House Without a Roof," by
Maurice Hindus, at the Pythian
Lodge. 4601 W. Flagler St.. at nocn.
Evening Division will hold a
games night at Toby's Cafeteria.
2720 SW 8th St.. at 7:30 p.m.
*
Indian Creek Division will pre-
chairmen. have planned commun- se.it Mrs. Charlotte Feuer in a
ity singing
Biscayne Chapter
Buffet Supper
Bisi ivne chapter of the Vn
can Jewish Congress will 1
buffet supper and reception in hon-
or of Jack D. Gordon, of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion, on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
The affair will be held at the
home of Mr and Mrs Albert Zuck-
erman, 17120 NE llth ct No. Mi-
ami B<
Two Classes in Yiddish
Agiulath Israel Hebrew Institute
is inaugurating two classes in Yid-
dish to be held Monday through
Thursday. 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., under
supervision '>f Dr. 1 s a a c Ever
Registrations are now being ac-
epl d
Beck Reviews
Set Tuesday
[ma will
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home of Mrs. Fred Meyer. 1325
Venetian Way. San Marco Isle, j
1 p.m. "Dynamic Israel," a eolor
film, will be shown following
business meeting.
* *
Lincoln Division will hear M: .
Minnie Fetaberg, executive seci
tary of the Greater Miami Sectiw
NCJW, on "My Role in Council
Office.'-at the Sea Oull ho-
12:30 p.m.

South DaHe Division, n c tt -
member of the Council famil;
will have a musical Purim pr i
warn at its meeting in Westbrookj
Country Club at 9:30 a.m.
review of "Mirror. Mirror on the
Wall." by Gaylord Hauser. The
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'Perfidy' Will
Be Reviewed
"Perfidy," by Ben Hecht, will be
ihe subject ol a book review pre-
sented at a mcc.ing of Hebrew
Academy Women en Wednesday
noon at the Wakiman hotel.
Mrs. Tobias Simon, a vice presi-
dent of tiMu.Hthrew Academy I'TA,
will review this new controversial
work.
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro is president
01 Hebrew Academy Women. Mrs.
-imon is also hbruiy chairman of
the women's organization.
UN Study Group
United Nations study group will
meet Tuesday evening at the Mi-
ami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., lor a discussion of
"Which Way Indo-China'" Mrs
Anna Weiss is chairman.
Yeshiva University Women's Orocn'.zation.
men act:ve in commun,ty life !iom various
. of th3 country, participate in a tea upon-
;c:ed by Mrs. Jennie Gros'-inrpr .o discus: the
lation of a new chapter in the Miami area.
7. e isa v.as held at tho home of Mr3. Morris
Faik, oi 5256 Pinetree dr. Guest spaakar wes
Mrs. Jjny Rothman. of New York ibo'.tom,
second from right), nawly-e!ected national
p esident ol the lesi.iva Univer-ily Women's
C-gjnization.
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I i: i In i "i of Ihc Fni la'.ne-
. t. i [ill '. again las)
. m ol beautiful!)-
: women .: d tl .. i
i und ;- usuai, to help
who help othei >. This tin e.
- the sixth annual di
of tin- Fight tor
...( ol Grcat< r Miami,
fi ,'. glimpsed :" the crowd.
- Meyer Friedman in black -e
. own with thiii str;ip-
knit of royal blue with se-
points lor Mrs. Barney Davis,
. Harbor. 'Ilu contrast ol
tine while satin under a ear-
n< red satin great coal tor ;.:
live Gale (Mrs. Sam) Berlin.
White aho for Mrs. Harold
Mary) Wynn, hers a beaded
i Death topped with loosetitting.
:h border cf bugle beads. Bead-
white satin with high square
rtckline for Annette (Mrs. Sam)
- piro Lil (Mrs. Kcuben) Horo-
. m whitt sequined dccol-
. Mrs. Stanley (Jill) AlKin
rable in a powder blue >atin.
lull, lull skirt and snug bod-
.i. my outfit on Mrs. ."-
lace embroi-
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- .Mums Gidnej s royal blue
. sheath had a deep \ iront
I ack, and Stilly (Mrs. Hai I
<: lovely in black lace and grej
^. Pretty vette .Mrs. Micky)
aus attired in blue with silver
..'is. and a tricky side (Irapi
i Leo Koblliscns cililll'l even
Louise Wise
Chapter Party
Mrs. r'rances Herder, vice pies-
;tnt in charge of fund-raising for
t Louise Wise chapter of the
Florida Women's Division, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, has announ-

peted for a luncheon and card
party Wednesday noon at the Bel
Air hotel.
funds raised will be used for
projected International House,
ii dormitory tor university students
.' Jerusalem.
mmittoe named by Mrs. Her-
Mar 14. Thursday. Mar. 15. I h e North Moose Honor Past Governors Walter B. Lebowitz and Edward T. Newman, past governors of the Miami Beach Moose Lodge, were honored at the first anniversary celebration in the lodge's new hall, 715 Washington ave. Plans are now being formulated to honor Miami Beach Municipal Judge Albert Saperstein, who is iiso a pasl governor of the Loyal Order of Moose. chapter on Mar 2] at Wes bro %  Countrj Club, and Miami B< chapter on Mar 28 al the Dea %  ville hotel. ay di i • '! he: had a h !. e chapter bei will take Proceeds will go to the contii .:. Friends oi the Hebrew Lni ( „ t h e Balmoral, followed by ing Hghl againsl rheumatic and > aiti: em K versity < %  Jerusalem w< %  %  pter. Mar. 20. ;.t tin congeni .. hear! dis ase in childAmer a hotel • Ihi \ %  •• : % %  ed iliarri Springs Villas, Flamingo ren. Moskowitz to be Speaker Emil Moskowitz, of Passaic, H.J., Will be guest speaker at the syna1 ( gue service of the Sterling hotel I on Saturday, 8:15 a.m. His topic j will be "The Dynamic Power of Spiritual Lhfe." raAtMMoL !•<( S'OIf WITH TH| HCID ni 15C1 EISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE! IHC' MONDAY, THURSDAY, AND FRIDAY TIL 9 30 at jiii's travel bureau one call does it all World Ucvel If ct your 4incer!ip$, v.ith JM'l 1 -rde one-cell trcvel 1*-. ce. c -c--e us, cor ond cruise sccciclist* II help you select o leur *c:icrcc e^ce: c"i *c your tcsre. FUGAZY MANAGEMENT F RST FLOOR, MIAMI Diner* Club ft Amerlcon Express honored NASSAU 28.50* J doys ond 2 nights, Including tlghtseeing ond tronsfers. European plorv OCHO IIIOS JAMAICA $76 4 doy* ond 3 nights, including sightseeing ond tronsfers. American plon. MOYTEGO BAY JAMAICA $74* 4 doys ond J nights, including sightseeing ond tronsfers. .American plan. VIRGIN ISLANDS $59* 4 doys, 1 nights, tronsfers ond sightseeing included. Modified American plcn. EUROPE3 WEEKS $348* 7 country tour $381* 8 country tour Conducted tour by motor eocch. 8 departures, May to Oftober, 1962. HAITI $76* 4 doys ond I night*, including sightseeing Included. Amerlcon plon. MEXICO 19.75* 'or five day* 76.50* for teven doy* $156* for ten doy* luropeon plon, transfer*, sightseeing. Included. PUERTO RICO 45.50* 4 doys, 5 nights, including tronsfers ond sightseeing. European plon SOI III AMERICA $160* for 16 doy* $207* for 21 doy* European plan, transfers, sightseeing included. GROUPS, < IIAKTKK FLIGHTS ond Sole* Incentive Programs, Invited. Hertz Car Rentols, evolloble CRUSES FROM MIAMI Port Ivergladee and New Ycrk to the) Coribbeon and South America PARTY TOLRS Ask cbout our bcchelor party tours for Single people enly! Mr. ond Mr*, tours for couples onlyl • Plut Air Fore. Rotes per person, double occupancy, effective to Moy 1.



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Paqe 6-B +Jenisti fh>ri&lain Friday. Match 2, 1962 Seen at the Israel Bond banquet of the national inaugural conference Saturday evening at the Fontainebleau hotel. In photo at left are (left to right) Joseph Almogi, Israel Minister without Portfolio, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rudnick. Rudnick is chairman of Israel Bonds for the Coral Gables area. In photo at right are Miss Sophie Tucker, who offered a personal tribute to Eddie Canter on the occasion of his 70th birthday celebration, and Jack Popick, chairman of the host of the nations committee, who greeted the srrr.3 2 COO guests on behalf of Greater Miami State of Israel Bonds. Israel Bends in $18,150,000 Opener Israel Bonds totaling S18.150.OOO w< re sold here at the conclusion of the three-day national inaugural conference for Israel Bonds which was attended by more than 2.000 u legates from all parts of t h e country. The bonds were bought ir; honor of Ihe 70th birthday of Eddie Cantor, who has been active in securing financial aid for Israel since Ihe establishment of the State. The conference marked the opening of the drive to raise $66,500,000 in Israel Bonds during 1962 to fi-; nance the development of the! Jicgcv and to create jobs and homes for the large number of immigrants now entering Israel. In n porting the initial sale, Samuel Rothberg. national campaign chairman, announced that Benjamin H. Swig, of San Francisco, outstanding communal leader, has purchased 3250.000 in bonds in honor oi Eddie Cantor. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization, announced the establishment of honor groups of Islael Bond buyers in connection with Israel's drive to develop the Negev. "In the Trustee class," he said, "which normally represents an Israel Bond purchase of {10,000, the Negev Trustee has fceen designated as a purchaser ef SI 5,000 or more. There has Kiso been an understanding of ••he special problem of housing %  for immigrants, which costs 54,500 for one family. Many people have already enrolled as Negev Builders of Israel by purchasing $4,S00 or more in Israel Bonds. In the categories of Guardians (men) and Sponsors (women), large numbers are enrolling at the Negev level of SI,500." Schwartz stressed the central tj of the development of the Negev to Israel's future and pointi lUl thai 1M;UI Bonds are the i .. source of funds for the pioneering development of this ana. ''Other sources of capital." he said, v not available to provide the imic structure of i Ni _<\ This includes housing, water supply, roads, railways and the other elements which are essential to economic growth, but not in themselves immediately profitable enterprises. Israel Bonds must help create this economic foundation before other types of capital c a n be attracted to the area." Ambassador Michael Comay, hi arl of the Israel delegation to the United Nations, addressing the conference, said thai •".he success of Israel's intensive development is revolutionizing its position in the world." He cited 'he ties of friendship and cooperation between Israel and these new states in Asia and Africa. "This friendship between Israel and these new states." he declared, "must in due course have an impact on Israel-Arab relations as well. The "new image' of Israel at the United Nations and in the world is derived from what Israel has achieved at home with the help of the financial support of the American Jewish community." Mr. Comay drew attention to the great challenge facing Israel in settling the Negev. "With new farming techniques, planned industrial towns, the exploitation of minerals. Ihe distilling of fresh water from the sea, and the harnessing of atomic and solar energy." he said, the desert can be conquered in the next decade, and the habitable area of Israel doubled. This dazzling challenge will need great financial resources, and there is unlimited creative scope lor the loan funds raised through t h e Israel Bond drive.'' Eric A. Johnston, president of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, told the delegates that the economic and democratic growth of Israel had proven to the underdeveloped countries that they could achieve progress "without compromising the principles of liberty and the rights of the individual." Johnston is the author of the plan for using the waters of the Jordan River for the irrigation of arid areas, including the Negev. Abraham Feinberg, president of the Israel Bond Organization, told the conference that Israel must i' u adjusl her economy to the new conditions created by the formation of the European Economic Community, "There is a real possibility." he said, "that Israel will need to tighten its belt economically during the coming months. To help her pass through this critical period without undue difficulty, an increased flow of Israel Bond dolli rs iof decisive importance." Louis II. Boyar, of Los Angeles, national chairman of the conference, drew attention to the fact that "the bulk of Israel Bonds proceeds remained in the United States to pay for the machinery, the raw material, the food products and the -i i vices which the people of Israel D< ed to continue with their economic growth." m t> Boyar said thai from 1951. when the first Israel Bond issue was floated, through last year. S535.000.000 in Israel Bonds had been purchased in the United States. In that period, ho said. Israel spent SI.600.000,000 in this country for imports of goods and services while Israel's exports to the United States amounted to approximately S425.OO0.OOO. Max Bressler, president of the Zionist Organization of America, and national chairman of Guardians of the Israel Bond drive, emphasized that there can be no future for Israel's economic growth without the development of the Negev. "But this enterprise," he said, "calls for a renewal of our devotion and a new sense of pioneering effort." Bressler called upon the membership of the Zionist Organization of America to enroll as "a vanguard of support" for the Israel Bond campaign. Cableof congratulations to Cantor were receive) from Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and FiMinister Levi Eshkol. of the state of Israel. A special award, isting of a plaque on which was mounted a unique silver Torah : plate with the symbols of the twelve Tribes ol Israel was given to Cantor. USY Convention Chairmen Named Miss Jaki SUM, of Congregation Beth David, and Mark Oianolt, of Temple Menorah. have been appointed convention chairmen tor the 11th annual Southeast region : Synagogue Youth convention to he held Mar. 30 to Apr. 1 at the DiLido hotel. Over 300 delegates, representing 45 l SY groups in Florida, Geor la, and Tennessee, will attend the convention, accompanied by 40 adult advisors who will serve on the professional and advisory staff. Theme of the convention will be "Justice, Justice, Shalt Thou Pursue" IDeut. 16:20). Delegates will attend study sessions on "Ethics of Human Rel.'Ji.ons" and "Ethics of Business Dealings." Daniel Siegel, of Arling ton, Va., USY national president v/ill keynote the convention and be honored guest for the weekend. Featured on the program will be an oratory contest on "What are Some oi the Most Important Things We USY'ers Can Do in the Next Decade to Further the Cause Ol Jewish Life in America"" A debate on "Resolved, Adoll Kichmann's Sentence Should be Life Imprisonment'* will explore the issue of capital punishment. Awards for outstanding chapters will be presented. Winner of the scholarship trip to Israel this summer will he announced, and the best USY'er award will he made. Miss Stahl is a high school senior. a member of the National Honor SoJAKI STAHl A1ARK GRA'JOrF i iety, president of Future T> hers Vmei ica, and v ice pre sid t ol the South Florida sub regi n <>! I SY. She has been an live USY'er for five years and plans to attend the University oi Mi Granofl is a senior at M i m 1 Beach High, a Merit Scholarship finalist, a South Florida sub-region i.i-t vice president, and has ieen an active member of Temple Menorah USY for five years. Convention committees chairmen are: Mark Mannis, Atlinta, Ga.; Jay Levitt and Jeffrey Mann, Hollywood, Fla.; Richard Friedman and Barbara Segal, Miami Beach; Regina Satlof, Columbus, Ga.; Faith Reinhard and Laura Weizenthal, Miami; Howard Freeman, West Palm Beach; and Edward Jacobson, Ft. Myers. Murray Bern. Montgomery Ala., is president of the region. United Synagogue Youth i^ the teen age arm of the United Synagogue of America, an organization of over 700 Conservative congregations in the United States and Canada. Sisterhood Slates Spring Series Si-terhood of Temple Beth Sholom announces its spring series of Wednesday morning courses in oil painting, mosacis, yoga. Bridge and conversational Hebrew, beginning IK \t Wednesday morning. The courses are open to the general public, according to an announcement by Mrs. Harold Granoff, projeel chairman. "The charges for the courses are minimal," said Mrs. Granotf. "and between the morning a n d afternoon sessions, the Sisterhood serves a cafeteria lunch." Teachers for the courses are Bridge, Veeda Cromer; painting, Reyna Youngerman; Yoga. Kay Harrison; mosaics, Sara Austin; and conversational Hebrew, Reiecca Lipson. President of the Sisterhood is Mrs. Harvey E, Kramei f NOW! : • • : for magic-eosq meats..2 : W KOSHER : I SLICED BOLOGNA: CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem serve plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Bros. Sread mad* from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening. Levy Officially En Race Here ; insurance < i e who announced in November i |I^L!S''-| I Dad u!'t i f Stati w ill COndllCl his car' Ktension of legalized gambi ticket. Headquarters will be | a\ 1101 Lincoln rd. I Ut MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-free Sugarine vwret.n.r SWEETER THAN SUGAi TIT NO FOOD VAIUI fteeomrrteided t>r doctors M* diabetics. ovn*ei£rits jnfl ic cift_ one d'fls. Use lor be.crigti, y \ desserts, cotkHij Pu-e. 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%  riday. March 2. 1962 *• Jew 1st fhMricfirtr Page 7-B Rubinstein Will Appear With UM Orchestra Rubinstein, one of the greatest pianists, will be iloisl with the University of i Symphony Orchestra. Sevit/ky conducting, on and Monday evenings. Mar. • 12, at Miami Beach and .ounty Auditoriums. ly sold out weeks in ads the Monday performance e Auditorium. However, • ats sill remain at Miami Auditorium for the Sunday Arf K\orl' guesl U if p ab • urn %  i a: iadi MI,UK ll I gOO< leal one i Rue nstein, a romantic pianist whe cono ; stently avoic's the sho"f elements of romanticism, recently presented a marathon I serin of ten recitals at New Y Ctrl' I Carnegie Hall. • IV eda from these recitals ert mtributed by Rubinstein to franc charities, including Musician' mergency Fund. Big Brothers, I red Jewish Appeal. NAACP tegi Defense, United Hospital i"unf lusicians' Foundation, Colgia School and Nightingale Itamj I School. Mannes College of us. Mental Health, and Polish MM;I \ssistance. Rui -tein. now 72. gave his first Ann %  n recital in New York in ,f06. I'D only 16. He was born n L Poland, established as a •hih idigy at four, and was tourng i ipe giving recitals at the ige • 1 He has since appeared Holding the miniature "Harvest for Health" cornucopia is (leit) Mrs. Harriet Salinger, shown with Mrs. Mildred Ives, both Life Guardians of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. With them is (right) Mrs. Charles Levine, plannnig final arrangements for Cedars Heallh for-Harvest luncheon on Mar. 6 at the home of Mrs. David W. Levy, 5926 La Gorce dr. Sonja Balogh To Play Bruch Sonja Balogh. concert mistress of the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, will play Max Bruch's Violin Concerto in G minor on Sunday, 8 p.m., in Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. This is the sixth concert in the 1961-62 series. Major orchestral work will be Mendelssohn's Symphony No. A, conducted oy Barnett Breeskin. Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka. orchestra president, will narrate the program, which will also include Beethoven's "Egmnnt Overture," and "Adagio for Strings." bv Barber. The concert is free but on a reserved seat basis, with tickets obtainable at the auditorium from 9 a.m., the day of the concert. Comedienne is Featured Coral Way Jewish Center will held its annual fund-raising affair on Sunday evening at 8753 SW 16th st. Featured will be well-known comedienne Patsy Abbott. Adult Choir Will Rehearse Adult choir group of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will meet for rehearsal Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. The adult discussion group will meet Wednesday, 9 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Muchnick. 19811 NW 5th ave., under the leadership of Rabbi Harold riichter. A carnival festival. "Miller Amusements on the Midway." will be sponsored by Dade Heights on Mar. 10 to 15. Don Hershey is in charge of tickets. CINEMA Wtihinfton A*. 113thSt. MumiBiach NEW fHOtv TODAY LEON SCHACHTER Presents YIDDISH AMERICAN VAUD EVILLE & PIC TURES IN PERSON ON OUR STAGE ANTHONY ALLEN YIDDISH ITALIAN 7 JGING SENSATION HHRSCHEL GENDEL OUTSTANDING COMEDIAN SID PETERS SE r ,.ATIONAL SONGSTRESS ON OUR SCREEN MICHEL ROSENBERG CHAM.OTTE GOLDSTE N "3 DAUGHTERS" with all the major orchestras around the world. Rubinstein currently is celebrating his 25th consecutive tour of the United States and Canada. His 50 recordings in the current RCA Victor list have been among the world's best-sellers, topping mote than a million copies. This will mark Rubinstein's third appearance with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. He appeared here in l!).">_' and l9jtS. Curd Party Sponsored Here Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 sponsored a card party Tuesday evenr.g at the Workmen's Circle. Noble Grand Beatrice Roihsiein presented a gifl to each guesl =~ VII' Pl'IKKY "King of Thieves" l**\ay Carole & Tommy 4 Frankie Hyeri _f= The Cookies _— Menorah Slates Annual Bazaar Mrs. William Carmel. chairman, and Mrs. Jack Segal, co-chairman, have completed plans for the Temple Menorah Sisterhood major annual fund raising affair, a bazaar, proceeds to go toward the support of the religious school. The bazaar will open in the Social Hall on Saturday night at 7:30 p.m., and will continue until Monday. Items will include wearng apparel, household wares and linens. Added attraction will be the allday carnival on Sunday, with games and rides. A snack bar will be open to serve hot and cold foods and drinks. Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Laurence Weston. fund-raising chairman. MURRAY FRANKUPJS 211 22nd St., Miami Beach Continu.ui %  nUrtslnmenl Showtime 10 .m. I, n:M .n. Tumultlma 3 to S .m. 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Page 8-B +Jew Is* nor Mian Friday. March 2. 1962 :. visit Elinor on her birthday, bring'ng with him a present — an overnight case which he told her to pack, beca i were going to elope to Miami. So Elinor finished her education at I Cardboard Universitj of those days — now the Univcrsitj of Miami. She received a degree in education and taught h.r two years. Then tame the war years, and like a good navy wile. Elinor followed her David around — in Bo ton, incidentally, woi Ing at the Institute for P ych Then baek to Miami they came an i the fi>n "I rearing a family — Ellen and : Elinor was most active in National Council of Jewish Women. She attended the White Housi Conference on Education, and this start her on a course that later lasted a long time in the form of the Joint Advisory Committee, a founder member cf the Citizens Committee lot Better Schools. Girl Scout Council ard Girl Scout Leader. Interfaith chairman for Temple Israel, and of course, the perennial workshop chairman for American Jewish Committee, a; well as Combined Jewish Appeal, are just a few of the many activities in which Elinor is [LINOR involved. She loves to play golf, and plays the game with David — who is tolerant on the green unlike most husbands. They also play bridge together, and manage to get in some family ping pong tournaments. The master cf the house usually wins The Catsmans all adore their minature Dachshund, named Gidget, short for Gidget Gadget. At last, they have finally trained him — now that the carpet is ruined. They love to entertain and do all of it at home. Elinor is very domestic, enjoying cocking and baking. In fact.' she also can sew. and has made some very lovely clotheBusy as can be, the Catsmans' interests haven't found travel to be as exciting as their very full life at home. There are always scores Of places to go in Miami, and they are always on the run. But Dave manages to get headaches when concert time comes. He's entitled. + AT THE VILLAGE CORNER GALLERY Charlie R. Jacobson hung his abstracts well in his one-man show j at the Village Corner Gallery. In "Springtime." one of the most fas• cinating. you can almost see the sunshine, trees and birds, and feel the blue water. The muted colors of "Nocturne" encourage a quiet mood. Leafing through the hundreds of peoples' names in the guest bock, we found some easier to read than others. They included Michael and Mildred Covin, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Levett. Mr. and Mrs. Natnan Perlmutter. Sam and Belle Jaffe — he's public relations for Joint Distribution Committee in Geneva. Switzerland — Randy and Hannah Palansky. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Baumel. Dr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lcttcrman, Joel and Bunny Meyer, and Raymond and Del Rubin. "Galaxy." in stark blue and white, gives a feeling of three dimensions, ano "Spheres." done in blue and yellow enamels, should hav< been on the television screen to herald John Glenn's greal accomplishment. They both give an eerie feeling of space and the future wo ROYAL BLUE AND YELLOW These are the colors of the racing stables of Jacob and Mary Sher Mary has been busy moving and decorating their new apartment in Belle Towers. She did the den in royal blue and yellow, with a big picture of her and Juke with Sherluck walking up Victory I.anc. They would have liked to prefix all of their horses' names with Sher. but the powers that be in the racing department said this would cause confusion for the public. This is why there are only Sherluck. Sherjoy and Sherblue. Just think what fancy names there could have been, Sherbrains, Sherdelight. Sherfoolish. Sherwonder The new horse's name is Royal Score. Hope he makes one. • • • AROUND ABOUT The Chicago Club held its annual anniversary dance in the Casai nova room of the Deauville hotel. Among former Chicagoans now Miamians enjoying Mitzi Gaynor and Cherries Jubilee were the Her-' man Franks, the Charles Bransons. Jack and Edna Rosen, the Sam Perlmans, Jack Klingers, Sam and Sadie Greenfield. Leo and Molly Falk, Julius and Ann Shattil, the Richard Bergmans. Mrs. Mildred Becker, and Ezra and Molly Finegold. In the Party room at the Carltcn Terrace. Mark and Ann Harris entertained 26 of the visiting firemen from Chicago and Detroit. After a divine dinner, they went up to the Marks apartment — and talked and talked. PARTIES GALORE The first thing that Dr. Hyman I.ieber and Juliet did after arriving at the home of the Dr. Philip Weinstein. jr.. was to kiss the grand children, and to take the five couples who had entertained them ten yeara ago at their wedding dinner tc the Carillon hotel for the dinner show. During the gay Can Can number, when the giris dance around squealing, Maxwell Hyman leaned over and said. "It sounds just like my grandchildren." Teddi (Mrs. Mortimore) Steinhardt took Juliet to lunch at Juniors, where she was so busy seeing people that she didn't have time to eat. This happened everytime that she was entertained. As soon as they got back to their home territory of Phoenix, daughter Fran and her two little ones arrived for a visit. The timing was perfect, since her husband, Dr. Eugene T. Gendlin, had to attend a psychologists' meeting in Austin, where he was to present a paper. Carol Barrocas Eyes June Rites Mrs, Ann Barrocas. of Miami Jeach. and Sam Barrocas. of New York, announce the engagemenl of h<>ir daughter, Caro. to Richard 'hires Schulman. sen of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulman. of Coral rabies. The future bride is a graduate f Miami Beach Senior High, v'ii re she was a member of Naionai Honor Society. Na'ional Forms • Lea sue, and Octette Service lub Mr. Schulman, a gra luate of the Universitj rl Miami, was i mem!>er ot the National Raiio-Televisn Society, A pi %  ., E; on Rho, a neml i r the L'nivi rsity ol Mi ami Band of I'M H iur, and the I'M ipho.o i ticiiestra. He is piesentIj assis ant vice t Biscaj e F '. ral Sav'nga md 1 i Ass Tne coupi : ar.s a June i • iedBrandeis Women Planning "ASCV Miami chapter of Brandeis University, National Women's Cornmil ee, will lie tending to its ABC's on Friday, Mar. 23—"A" lor art: "B" for bocks; "C" for chapeaux. Occasion is the annual Bonus Bock Fund attair. and highlighting the program of the afternoon will l:e a lecture by Mortimer Wien on Renoir, leading French artist of the impressionist period. In addition, slides of noteworthy paintings will be shon. Preceding the lecture, while the guest-, are enjoying dessert and coffee on the patio around the pool at the home of Dr. and Mrs. George Graham. 37 Bay Heights dr.. a presentation of the latest hat designs from Jordan Marsh will be shown. Book Fund chairmen are Mrs Joseph Cohen. Mrs. Jerome Conn, and Mrs. Joel Meyer, president. Ardnu : > mttS. ANN BARROCAS %  BIRTHDAZE : Babj dau ght( r, J o a n n e, was born Dec 13 at Mt. Sinai Hospital ;o i.ucdic a.:.! Samuel Z Goldman, 3.-U5 La Gurce dr. Both parents are attorney Fruktmans Tell BertcTs Troth Mr. and Mrs. Nico Fruktman. B85 Bay dr.. Miami Beach, anr.ounce the engagement of their aughter, Berta. Groom-tO-be is Mr. Benjamin Sleinman. He is the son of Mr. Bernard Steinman. Southgate Towers. Miami Beach. The wedding has been set for July 14. Beth Shirah Hears Review On Wednesday, at the home •! Mrs. Jack Somberg. Sisterhool president, members of Temp'Beth Shirah heard the first in a series of book reviews by Rabb Morris A. Skop. featuring "Good bye Dr. Roche." by Andre Souber lan. A bulfet luncheon follow* I and a musical program was pr.Rented by Cantor Herman K. Gotl lieb. Mrs. Morris A. Skop lectured on "Highlights of the History r Art," illustrating with some oi he recent paintings on Jewish themes Water Safety At Camp Noar Swimming instruction and wa safety will be stressed at Cani Noar this season. The water program, und?r thi rection of Yvette Cole, will ott a lull Ited Cross swimming comfrom beginners through junior 1:: %  laving. Miss Cole, returning Camp Noar tor her seventh seaso is one of the slate's leading wate safety instructors, having been ce Hied by the Red Cross with a 13 yi ar pin. Assisting her will be 18 qualifiel senior life savers and water safe • ntdes. Campers will swim once i day and receive a minimum r. three hours of swimming instru tion a week. Camp Noar. sponsored by tn • North County YMHA. a branch >'. the Greater Miami Jewish Com lnunity Center, is now accepting registrations. Sessions will be for eight weeks, starting June II through Aug. 10, at the "Y" bull i wig. 14036 NE 6th ave. In charge of registration is the Y's director Donald LaBelle. Chicago Couple Fete Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Nat Messe. of Chicago. III., will observe their 60th wedding anniversary on Saturday, at the home of their granddaughter. Mrs. Harry B. Smith, of Hibiscus Island. Their daughter. Mrs. Inez Krensky. will be hostess and children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren will jcin in the celebration. Mr. Messe wil be wearing the same pair of shoes he wore at his wedding 60 yearaio. which he has saved and worn for weddings and anniversaries ever since. Annual Election Meeting Murray Solomon Post 243 of the Jewish War Veterans of Coral Gables w ill hold its annual elec. tion meeting Tuesday evening at I Minyonaires Hall. 3737 Bird rd. Norman Levine will report on the post-Passover fund-raising activii ties. Ricart Joins Getaway Tours Rick Ricart has joined Getaway 'lours. 1638 Collins ave.. as managing ilrector. He is currently planning a 31-day. all-expense paid tour to Israel and Europe tor the B'nai B'rith Women of Florida. Alumni Club Elects Officers Newly-elected officers of th) George Washington University Alumni Club of Miami are William F. Russell, president; Louis M Barnett, vice president; and Sam uel Z. Goldman, secretary-treasu' er. The club's fall meeting will D next Sept. 27. All graduates of any of the schools of the university who re side in the South Florida area an I graduates of National Law School now a part of the University, ar* invited to join or renew their mem berships. MR. AND MRS. NAT M[SSt UN Group Meets Miami Beach study group of thi American Assn. for the United N'I Uons met Tuesday evening at M ami Beach F'ederal Savings ar 1 Loan Assn. 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Friday. March 2, 1962 +Jewlsii HeridHknr Page 9-11 CM arwiiyioilu !" yours, L <£ Ju It Zi / RAND ballroom of the Fon^ lalnebleau hotel was the setting ii r the national celebration i f Eddie La itor's 7')tli birthday held Saturday evening sponsored bj Mali' of Israel Bonds. Mrs Jack S. Popick, whose husband was chairman of the Miami host committee, wore a sea foam hue silk ehiffon sheath entirely embroidered with silverlined bugle heads and featuring clusters of crystal tassels. Royal blue laee featuring a floral embroidered pattern was worn by Mrs. Edward Greenfield. Matching colored iridescent sequins detailed the unusual pattern in her scooped neck sheath. .Mrs. S. J. Shmerlson, of New Jersey, chose a JI weled tone orange silk chiffon sheath. She wore a full-length gold llame brocade coat embroidered with gold sequins. Mrs Samuel Rothbery selected a gold silk chiffon featuring the sheer chiflon in a draped bateau neckline over a matching colored strapless chantilly lace bodice Her skirt achieved its fullness with high-placed full godet inserts From New York. Mrs. Sullies Green chose an unusual gold and green print of tissue sheer voile. The print was cmbroidered with matching colored sequins. Mrs. Raymond Rubin wore a nylon tulle sheath in a champagne color with matching -ilk satin floral pattern applique. Muted satin sequins highlighted the appliques. • • LJRS. Jan Peerce chose a silk %  chiffon in the draped Grecian style in a light sea green color. Her dress was cut in a oneshoulder style, with a detachable hem-length stole coat. Her conversation piece was a circular diamond pyramid, about the size of a dime, which was attached directly to the skin high en the neckline. Ice blue porcelain peau de soie was worn by Mrs Samuel Beckerman. Her gown was appliqued with alencon lace and sprinkled with rhinestones. She wore a warped silk taffeta print theater coat in tones and shades of matching blues. Among the guests of honor was Sophie Tucker For this occasion. Miss Tucker selected a silk chit on of muted charcoal, handpainted in a floral motif in colors of bine and lavender. The shading of the flowers was done in gold leaf with gold paillettes embroidered fur additional detailing. HIT neckline was the decollete V, and her skirt was quite full. From Nov. York. Mrs. Abraham R. Margulies selected a calusa coral brocade with a foliage design in gold llame. Her sheath had a low V neckline in both front and hack. Mrs. Aaron %  Goldstein, also of New York, were a periwinkle blue S IK alpaca sheath with short sleeves and the bodice embroidered with white satin-lined bugle beads. Her neckline featured a modiiied mandarine collar, and the controlled fullness of her skirt was achieved with inverted pleats. Mrs. Vickj LaPidus chose an unusual muted forest green brocade embroidered with gold and silver llame. A hiuh semi-cowl neckline, pockets in a bell silhouette skirt and a wide selfbelt detailed the gown that she bought in Rome. Mrs. Aiiram Fox wore a back ribbon lace ensemble. A standaway collar of white mink and three-quarterlength sleeves trimmed with white mink cuffs were featured on her coat. Her striking ensemble was a handmade original from Paris. |u|RS. Anne Grossman, director 1 of the Women's Division of Greater Miami State of Israel Bonus, chose a sapphire oiuc chi.'fon sequined sheath with the blouson bod.ee. Mrs. Samuel Genel wore a floor-length forma! of lilac s'lk organza. Unite silk crganza was the fabric of her flowered applique, A deeper Shade of lilac peau de soie was used for her stole and matching handbag. White dm.nil,v lace over beige satin was the chi ice ol Mrs, Julian Venezky. II. r gown featured the slashed bateau neckline and full skirt. From Montreal, Mrs. David Mindlin wore a white satin sheath i aii Fund chairman of Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood. Professor of practical theology on the faculty of the rabbinical • • iiool "1 the Seminary, Dr. Arzt is the author of several scholarly researches on the Talmud, and in 19.")9 was U.S. delegate to the Atj lantic NATO Congress in London. His subject was to be "Importance of the Role of Women in Perpetuating the Jewish Tradition and in the Religious Education of Children." Organizer in 1956 of the Miami Beach Training School for Mentally Retarded Children, Mrs. Koretzky served as its president until 1P57. when it was merged with the Hope School. She is also past president of the Louise Waterman Wise Chapter of the American Jewish Congress. Ratner to Chair Hospital Drive Lee Ratner has assumed the post ol general chairman of the fund I drive for National Children's Cardi! ac Hospital, now constructing new ; and enlarged facilities in Miami. Leo Robinson, president of the free, non-sectarian hospital which devotes all its efforts to research and treatment of rheumatic fever and congenital heart diseases in children, said he was "elated that Ratner has taken the helm to raise the balance of the three million dollars needed to complete this urgently needed facility." "Now that he is taking time from his many real estate and business interests to acquire the funds required to fight the heart disease battle among needy children, we anticipate speedy success," Robinson declared. Of the three million dollars eventually to be invested in the new hospital now rising in Miami's Metropolitan Medical Center, approximately one and a half-million dollars has already been obtained. The hospital accepts patients from every state in the Union. DR. MAX ami She is a life member of the Ho-no for the Aged. Hadassah, Hebr^A Academy. Order of the Amaranth, Eastern Star, B'nai B'rith, Nation? al Cardiac Home. 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Page 10-B *Jen1st ncridlian Friday, March 2, 1962 The Courier Gov. Bryant Proclaims Hebrew Academy Week as Dedication Ceremony Hears Allen Goldberg, who recently moved into association with James G. Pace in industrial real estate development, is happy ever progress Of the Greater Miami Industrial Park at Krome ave., and the Trail Dr. Herman Meyer, who headed the University of Miami mathematics department when we started studies there 19 years ago, is directing a pro ram sponsored by the National Science Foundation to encourage brilliant math students in Dade and Broward high schools. The university received an S18.815 grant for the much-needed project Dcre Senary, of 'Sunrise at Campobello" fame, has been named to the advisory committee of the Jewish Publication Society of America, president. Sol Satinsky, of Philadelphia advises. E. Albert Pallor, chairman of the Cedars of Lebanon development fund, presented humorist Sam Levenson with a citation tor his efforts in behalf of the young Miami hospital The Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation, organized by Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan some four decades ago. has urged a full-scale drive to oppose the extremist right wing groups, in an editorial penned by Dr. Ira Eisenstein in the hi monthly Reconstructionist magazine Israel economics consul Zvi Eadan tells us that Israeli stocks are rising slowly following the devaluation of the pound, 'because the intrinsic value of the corporations represented on j the Tel Aviv market certainly has grown." Meanwhile, the dollar-linked stocks have made little or no moves, inasmuch as they are basically unaffected. • • • Fred Co* and Arthur Cantor, producers of the Paddy Chayefsky comedy hit "Gideon." have been advised they are in violation of a 51j year-old state law forbidding the representation of the Divine Being on the stage. They've asked for repeal, and the play goes on its fourth thriving month at the Plymouth The Civic League of Miami Beach's move to establish a journalism scholarship fund in memory of Dan Daniels merits full support from Dan's many associates in the Elks. American Legion and numerous other civic activities Surfside Councilman Louis B. Hoberman has opened campaign headquarters at 9065 Carlyle ave but we haven't heard if his fellow members of the Surfside Music Society will provide entertainment for the volunteer workers manning the telephones there Happy over the accept ance of Westbrooke Country Club are developers Morris Fox, Sheldon Kay and Harold Pomeranrz Next big affair there is a Mar. 10 allstar dinner dance (The Yankees, maybe?) Failure of Miami Beach to support University of Miami basketball at the box office this year insures Jack Harding's move to put the cage sport on the Hurricane, campus in Coral Gables. The Christian community of New Jerseys Cape May county is sponsoring the trip of Rabbi Yaakov R. Hilsenrath to the convention of the World Council of Synagogues in Jerusaem next May Any talk that there's no money around must have vanished as Sam Rothberg, Lou Boyar, Leonard Rarner and company rounded up Golden Trustees (at S50.000 each) for Israel Bonds and Founders tat S25.0O0 perl for the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem during a week of activities climaxed by the dinner honoring Eddie Cantor Saturday night at the Fontainebleau. Erie Johnston proved himself a good story-teller, and only a Jack Benny could have been as fresh and witty after five hours of waiting to go on. e a e There are so many political races coming up in May that one wonders if the mail outpouring (coupled with that for the many balls and banquests of recent weeks) won't prevent the anticipated penny postage hike Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox are recruiting more Floridians to join their group which winters in Miami and summers in Israel Leon Ell i.-. excited over the B'nai Zion testimonial in New York which drew 1.200 persons. Leon says. "Why we had to put 150 on the dais." Leonard Wien, James Albert and Leo Ackerman are playing major roles in the establishment of a national memorial research fund at the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami, following the untimely passing of Dr. Pap. Mrs. Papanicolaou is honorary chairman Pauline Frederick, NRC's able United Nations correspondent, will be guest of honor at a Saturday luncheon at the Seville hotel sponsored bv the local chapter of Theta Sigma Phi. women's journalism society. It's almost a sure be' that Ben Novack will sell the Fontainebleau to Col. Henry Crown, of Chicago, but there won't be any change in management personnel Irv and Lou Pollack's rapid opening and filling of the Nautilus hotel was one of the neatest feats of the amazingly good Beach season Miami Beach public relations advisory board, led by Jack Rocs of the Algiers, now pushing for resumption of a summer festival featuring an international regatta Temple Menorah, under dynamic leadership of Maurice Revitz, readying announcement of a new campaign to expand and modernize the North Shore congregation. Miamian Seeks Seat on Bench Gov. Karris Bryant has proclaimed I he week of Mar. 11 to 18 Hebrew Academy Dedication Week, and he is planning personally to attend the dedication ceremony of the new Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami on Sunday morning. Mar. 11. 10:30 a.m.. at the school's new building site. 24th St. and Pine Tree dr. Maurice Revitz and Leonard Rosen have been designated as cochairmen of t h e seven-day program of festivities. Revitz will also be toastmaster at the week's opening dedication event. ROBERT L SHEVIN Pi Lam Alums List Officers Announced this week were new officers of Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Assn. They are Robert L. Shevin. president; Arthur Sheldon and Louis Wcchsler. vice presidents; Larry Mizrach. secretary; and Mike Goldstein, treasurer. At a dinner meeting held Wednesday at the Sorrento restaurant, the film "Operation Abolition." was shown. Following the official dedication ceremonies on Mar. 11, the Greater Miami Jewish community will participate in a series of celebrations with luncheons at the new Hebrew Academy. A total of 14 congrega:ions here will take part in Synagogue Day on Monday. Mar. 12. On Tuesday. Mar. 13. Hadassah, Mizrachi Women, and Pioneer Women will pom in a Women's Zionist Day. Also scheduled are:Wednesday. Mar. 14, Men's Zionist Day. celebrated jointly by the Greater Miami Districts of t h e Zionist Organization of America and Mizrachi Men. Thursday. Mar. 15, Community Service Day. with Exchange Club. Kiwanis Club, Lions Club. Optimists, and Rotary Club participating.) Friday, Mar. 16. Jewish Fraternal Organizations Day, featuring a program by American Jewish Congress. B'nai B'rith Men, and B'nai B'rith Women. Louis Merwitzer will act as chairman when Dedication Week culminates at a dinner and ball on Sunday evening. Mar. 18. at the Deauville hotel. Noted humorist and television star, Sam Levenson, will be guest entertainer. Following the ceremony, participants will be invited to tour the new school, which includes 23 classrooms, administrative offices, chapel, clinic, library, and music, sic ence. and arts and crafts rooms. GOV. BRYANT North Shore Lodge Programs North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will have a games party on Suncay evening at Temple Nor Tanud. Walter B. Lebowitz. program chairman, i.being assisted by Meyer Urist and Richard Bergman, of the entertainment committee. The lodge will have a special program after its regular meeting Monday evening, featuring Burnett Roth, chairman of the Florida Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. who will discuss "The Danger from Conservative Groups." The meeting and program, open •o the public, will begin at 8 p.m. in Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Normandy Isle Branch. Monthly Meeting Monday Regular monthly meeting of Till reth Israel Sisterhood will be held on Monday evening in the social hall. Miami attorney James S. Rainwater this week announced his candidacy for Judge of the Dade County Criminal Court. Division B. Rainwater. 38. has specialized in trial a n d criminal law practice 6ince his graduation from the Umcersity of Miami in 1949. His schooling and career has been in Miami. exi eptinj fii e years with the t S Navy in World War II. Active in church and educational work, he is a member of the Criminal Justice Committee, Florida Sta'e Bar \--n: trustee. Miami Bible Institute; chairman, board Of trustees. Tcccoa Falls Institute, the interdenominational Christian College in Georgia; director on Youth fur Christ. Dade County; member. Optimist International and Loyal Order of Moose His first paying job was newspaper carrier for the Miami Herald. He was later a super markPUBUC NOTICE KASHRUSS SUPERVISION WAS WITHDRAWN FROM Sol's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 7446 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Operated by Sol Weiss UNITED KASHRUTH ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI Rabbi Tibor N. Stern FORT PIERCE, FLA. "EXCELLENT" 2 ACRES 4 LOT CORNERS IN DIRECT PATH OF GROWTH CASH PRICE $4,500 owner 6370 N.W. 40th ST. Miami Springs, Fla. TU 8-7691 The Merger of i < i < Mr. Frank ri Mr. Gian Formerly of Formerly of The Eden Roe JoeephVSurftide With An Expert New York Staff • HAIR STYLISTS • Mr. Bob Mr. Tony Mr. Mickey • COLORIST—Mies Fran MANICURISTS—Miss CHive, Miss Jennie Phorve Mite Norma For Appointment UN 5-35*9 ScdotL (D'CUdi&JbL FORMERLY XtttPMS Of HHIFSIDE 9430 HARDING AVE. SURFSIDE WIDOW WISHES TO SHARE HER HOME with couple or middle-aged woman. SW section, beginning of BricMI Estates. FR 1-1782 LOOKING FOR PART-TIME PARTNER with Small Capital For Sweater Store for coming season. Write Mr. H., Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla. 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Friday. March 2. 1962 *• Jewish Hcridlian Paqe 11-B > Gould to Chair Cedars Bail : .;,,il .1. Could, builder and com, ,iy leader, has been named airman of the Cedars of Leba: Hospital President's Ball, it announced this week by Sanv r Sapiro, hospital pxaaMenfc The countywide function is •,...28 and will be attended • itables in the w irld of medivi -nmenl and communal are. Guest speaker will be Secre•ary Abraham Ribiroff, head of • he U.S. Department of Health, Sducaticn and Welfare, who will fly from Washington, D.C., to deiver a major policy address in rehalf of the hospital. A builder and resilient of the Mi. ni community for nearly 25 years. uld has occupied positions of dership in a number of local and ational organizations. He was president of the Home Builders •,-sn of South Florida, and is a national director of the National ...-MI. of Home Builders. Recently, this group honored Gould, appointhim a director for life tor "his outstanding contribution to the rinciples of good urban planning ,-ind housing for the average man." Gould is also a director of the Economic Society of South Florida. He has been active in the Combined Jewish Appeal for some yean. E. Albert Pallot. chairman of the Dade County Outstanding Citizens Award Nominations Now Being Accepted i th Annual Hade County be eligible for the aw aid. Outstanding Citizens Award was 1 by Sanford >' !" .•''"'-=• %  > ;" -'-"' \ M. i • chairman of the ShocM, publisher, I be Jewish Floridian; George Beebe. n aging editor. Miami Herald; and As in the past, the award will Ralph charge SOSim M. UPTON ennuc! p.i.'ron hospital development land, and Stanley ('. Myers, board chairman, sen) congratulatory greet ings to the dinner chairman, extending him their lull cooperation in the forthcoming spring lundi uising campaign. Approxima'ely 108 beds are now 'M use in the first three Hours of the hospital, which is a community, non-profit institution, located at 1321 NW uth st.. in the new Metropolitan Civic and Medical Center. Over S2 1 .' million is to be raised for completion of the top three floors, w h i c h includes the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Heart Pavilion, occupying the entire fourth floor, for research and treatment of heart diseases. CATERING... ah DIPLOMAT Luncheons. Teas. Receptions. Banquets, Parties, Dinners from 20 to 2000 catered In the manner ot The Diplomat ... an unhurried. MOLLVWOOD WA 3-8111 MIAMI FR 1 -0781 Information I Wns Jean Cale""Q MsntQi DIPLOMAT RESORTS A COUNTRY CLUB 1200 'eel o' Ocean Privacy Molly woocl-Dy -trie-Sea. Florioa MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY (Morton lowers NEW LUXURIOUS LANDMARK ON BISCAYNE BAY TRADITIONAL SABBATH DINNER (every Friday) Enjoy the dignity and beauty of traditional Sabbath Dinner in the candle-lit elegance of Morton Towers bayside dining room. Dinner music ... strolling violins...complimentary Israeli DINING Ml TO 9:30 P.M. • FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE JE 2-1421 a wine. DinlR| RMHK HuiliDle In Pn.-Jt PlllltS MXl BKirjMlS DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT rrom 1PM in the eocMiH loun[e Ni Ctra • No Minimum PARKING ,>$ e*&SI BRODSKY Christie Heads FasceSI Campaign Miami attorney John V. Christie was named this week to head the campaign committee to return r S, Hop Dante FascII to Confifth consecutive term as a 'epr sentative of Florida fourth Congressional District. Christie, active in Florida politic.for the past 10 years, v strumental in both gubernatorial campaigns successfully waged by former Gov. LeRoy Collins. The campaign this spring will mark the first time Fascell has been eppesed in a Democratic primary since be first went to Congress in 1955. Christie, whose brother Francis ,T. Christie is a circuit court judge in Dade county, said that he v as "delighted to have the opp rtunity to work with a legislator of Rep, Fascell's stature and reputation." Referring to Fascell's record in Congress Christie pointed out that "he was active in securing Hade's new deep water sea port, the Opalocka airport, interstate highway for the county's expressway systci %  .liami's !•" %  n al ib i-i astro vi Mated, i %  ting on I %  \r 19 I whicl th present U.S. < Cuba. i n • ic the man a : woman who in the eyes i i e judges, vVTVJ ave perl the most out• ng sin : tion for th i i : Ihe entire Dadi county comi iring the preci ding yt ar Aniual sponsor of the Outstanding Citizens Award is Sholem Ledge of B'nai B'rilh. Since i',: inception, JOSODII M. Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., lias been its continual patron. Swerdlin said Wednesday that the committee is now welcoming the nominatii n oi outstanding individuals in Dade county who nia> Brodsky Seeking Constable's Post Howard Hank" Brodsky is a candidate for Constable District I. He is an executive in the advertising firm of Dade Research and Survey Company at Northside Shopping Center, and previously was a bondsman. Thirty -nine| year-old Brodsky was Chief Deputy Constable D I strict 5 from 1955 I to 1958. "and has had many years %  of experience in j the courts of! Dade county,' "according to his supporters. He feels that "the Constable's of-, fice was established to help the average citizen insure and protect his rights under the law without the necessity of leaving his area and going through the red tape and inconvenience of the Court House. It is an office that should be close hi the people and fully understood bj all." Bro sky said that he is a candidate because "the people of District 1 need experience, stability ,.i ,i integrity in the Constable's office." This will be Brodskys first bid foi public office. He is a cembat veteran of World War II and lives with Ins wife and two children at 1370 NW 175th ter. Renick, vice president in of news, television stal Nominees can not be elected or appointed officials wlui receive pay tinworkdone "The work must b the result of civic motivation for which n i c impensation is received other than the sell satisfaction fo ;i job well done," Swerdlin said Nominations maj be sent to Ou standing Citizens Award, 819 Si. bold bldg Miami :52. Fla. is Mar 19 and lb J A .ml vv ill be made betw een Apt I and 15. Lm •otv taitt e .\>W U The ultimate compliment to your guests — an invitation to have your function catered by Fontainebleau experts... with the finest cuisine, beverages and service worthy of the world's most beautiful hotel. 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Page 12-B *• Jewish fk>rldHan Friday. Maich 2. 1962 I -=s Zionists Host Breakfast Here Zionist Organization of America were host to a breakfast and reception for ZOA delegates to the Israel Bond conference en Friday morning at the Fontaincbleau hotel. Mortimer May, a pas: national president of the ZOA. was chair man. Serving on the committee with May were Jack Popick, JSira F'negold, Bernard Katz. Abe Rubin, Herman Wcintraub. Louis Rudnick. .1 Jp.cob Rifkin and Dr. Morton Robbins of Miami Beach. Abraham Finkelstein, of Chicago, Bernard Davidson, of New York. Sol Berger, Louis Kocko.f and Ben Berkowitz, of New Jersey. Samuel Silverman, oi Connecticut. Joseph Silverman, of Ba'timcre, Frank Srossman and Jchn A Post, oi Milwaukee, Morwhj B>n -t-.c is. trf-** Detroit. and Morris Pollin, of Wash : ngton Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl Mac and Peggy Mermell. directors of Camp Universe, discuss with University of Miami football coach Andy Gustafson trophies Gustafson awarded at the Camp Universe reunion recently attended by some 300 persons at Bayfront Auditorium, local winners included Leslie Winston, dauqhter of Mr. and .Mrs. Stuart Winston, outstanding girl camper; and Dudley %  Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Richter, outstanding boy BEST KNOWN DAIRY RESTAURANT SERVING LUNCH AND PINNER NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS ORDERS TO TAKE OUT + 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 Jf KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 Collins Ave. Phone JE 2-1671 : PLACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNISHES • EAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN co*riitwr49y vtmi SERVED WITH DINNER ON fRIDAY NIGHT CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT •*M*% KOSHII CATERERS im m from hori d'oeuvret le • compltK baffaf 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the Supervision of the U.K.A. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS IAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS TO A SEASON TO REMEMBER: This winter is one thai will remain a conversation piece for a long, long time to come. Pre-season fore•i •< ', %  < % %  • nnvthino but encouraging, especially after what happened here during New Year's week: the lack of a capacity crowd at the Orange licvvl game, plent) oi vacancies at motels and hotels, and to climax it, a decrease in wagering and attendance at Tropical Park. It wasn't a rosy outlook for February and March by any means. Even reservations al the hostelries were off. If any of the experts had thought this would be the biggest season in years, and when all the money is counted, maybe the biggest season of all time, they failed to make themselves heard. They, like most of those affected by the tourist trade here, never could foretell such a season, not in their wildest dreams. Now that it's here, at the peak, and no appreciable letdown in sight, I wonder if the advocates of legalized casino gamblir.-j have a leg to stand on. Tneir biggest cry has been this area would never see the true-mor.eye.1 visitors again, having lost them to San Juan ar.d Las Vegas gambling casinos. But they are here in bigger numbers than ever before. It's a new cycle of well-heeled visitors. Yes, our fcllov Americans 'Ins season evidently have rediscovered Miami and Miami Beach. Let's impress them with a friendl> welcome. % %  them the courtesy ireatmenl all the way down line, in hotel II %  urants in ante traffic and on the shopping thoroughfares. The : .i. the louder their praises will be tor Greater Miami when thej return home. Here's the biggesl opportunity ever presented tt> the natives — a chance tor an even greater future. -* -* WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: It's "I.e.Girls Week" on the local "live" entertainment scene Yep. the fair sex has taken over, and it'.been a long time since night club patrons have been treated to such an array of fabulous femininity. The very first stage appearance of Dinah Shore in our community, Starting tonight at the Eden Roc Pompeii room, tops the week's glamor parade. Dazzling Dinah, a long time favorite of ours and a few million other devoted fans, no doubt will step on stage nightly in gowns that will pop the eyes of all the viewers, both male and female. Her reputation for setting styht trends is legendary in the world of show biz. And what a treat it will be to see her in person in the Tiffany settin.g of the Eden Roc. It's quite an honor to have this queen of song make Miami Beach her first stopover on the East Coast night club trail in eight years. The excellent comedy team of Pepper Davis and Tony Reese, plus dancers Augie and Margo, round out the show at the Eden Roc. Another fetching gal. also well known to legions of TV and record fans, is on tap here this week. Patti Page is making the welkin ring and swing at Diplomat's Cafe Cristal. The blonde singing rage heads another top show at Sam Friedland's show-place in Hollywood, which includes comedian Guy Marks and the dancing Bennetts. With Mitzi Gaynor's record-breaking week now a part of Miami Beach nitery history, the Deauville looks forward to another exciting stanza, as the lovely McGuire Sisters move into the Casanova room sp itlight tonighl Mi rris Lansburgh has given the show extra zip and hs bj co-featurii i e oi the favorite young comics, Alan Drake SCREEN BEST BETS: Arthur Miller's explosivt play, "View from n view at the Carib. Miami. Miraclt and 163rd SI Tl a : -i' 'ens Ral Vallone essays the role of the obs< i % % %  stove and the feminine stars are Jean Sorel and Maurim Staph ill entertainment. and extraordinary dancing highlight "Black Tights," the newest reserved seal tenant of the Colony Theatre on Lincoln Road Mall Cyd Charisse, Moira Shearer, Zizi Jeanmaire and Maurice Chevalier head the wonderful east. How can any movie be anything but a delight with the dancing feel of La Charisse and Shearer to the fore'' Beauty and ballet at its best "Lover Come Back" keeps rocking audiences at the Beach, Olympia, Gables and Shores Theatres. Four big weeks for the Rock Hudson, Doris Day, Tony Randell, Edie Adams lao.-jh-maker. It'll be followed, next week by the much-talked about "Walk on the Wild Side," with Laurence Harvey, Jane Fonda and Barbara Stanwyck. "The Devil's Eye." Ingemar Bergman's latest cinematic venture, is at the Mayfair. recounting Don Juan's return to our modern world and his adventures with a young and innocent maiden. Title comes from old Irish proverb: "A chaste women is a sty on the devil's eye." %  Hold-overs and excellent: "El Cid," big. colorful saga of Spain's \ great warrior hero, and probably the best of recent historical screen dramas, with Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren. at the Roosevelt. "West Side Story," a sure bet for the Academy Award, starring Natalie Wood, and introducing George Chakris,'at the Sheridan. "Judgment at Nuremberg." another nominee for the Oscar, with a great cast, topped by the spellbinding performance of newcomer Maximillian Schell. at the Lincoln Theatre. -* •* NITERY ADDENDUM: An honest-to-goodness wedding was presented as part of the show at Murray Franklin's, catching the entire night club audience by surprise. When Murray Franklin announced that because he couldn't give his star. Vic Perry, "The King of Thieves." a night off and since the theatrical pickpocket had definite matrimonial inclinations, he decided to give him a wedding right then and there. Mr. Franklin called the bewildered Vic Perry and his beautiful bride, Karin Scharley, on stage and while the customers were still chuckling at the unique "gag" situation, Sophie Tucker arrived to act as matron of honor. It was not until Miami Beach Vice Mayor Mai Englander joined the wedding party on stage and started the ceremony that the Franklin patrons actually realized that all clowning aside, this marriage was for real. Cookie, of the singing team of Cookie and Don, was chosen by Karin as her bridesmaid, and Vic elected Murray Franklin as his best man. Other members of the night club east, Kay Carole, Freddy Ross and Frankie Hyers, adorned the stage with stanchions of flowers. Joe E. Lewis, Dennis Crosby, Julie London, Bobby Kroll and Don Rickles were among the invited celebrities who "dropped" in to attend the novel nuptials. 40 Nominated At Gulfstream Headed by Mrs. Katherint Price's Carry Back and Alberta Ranches Four and Twenty. 40 horsehave been nominated to the S15.000 Appleton Handicap on Mar. in at Gulfstream Park. The mile and an eighth race is scheduled just a week prior to the S100.CO0 Gulfstream Park Handicap and is expected to provide a preview of the rich event Carry Back, three-year-old champion of 1961. wi'l h< ad the Florida-based contingent and Fourand Twenty, already winner of three stakes at Santa Anita, appears to be the West's b(.-t prospect, Hatbor View Farm's (;.rwo! i:i veteran of both California and Florida racing. He mad< a trip to the West Coast this winter am was second to Four-and-Twenty ii the Maturity. FP&L Elects Board Member George W English, oi Ft Lauder d: le, v. a elected a director oi Florida Power & Light Co. at ;. meeting of the companyboard i directors held in Miami recently, A senior member of the Broward county law firm, English, MaCau ghan and O'Bryan. he is also chairman of the board of the First National Bank and of the Fidelity National Bank, both in Ft. Lauderdale. ATLANTIS HOTEL IHi>in.i Room Banquet Parties Bar Mitzvahs Weddings per ptnon i up Function LUNCHEONS Call Norman for Reservations JE 1-C3?1 2655 COLLINS AVE KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner %  ft MCMXTKM* ROYAL PAWI HOT* —— \f DINING ROOM — ^ NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC J i*s Traditional Dining FINEST KOSHER CUISINE j DELUXI KOSHER J 7-COURSI DINNERI from JL ItHmlluii Call n MM 1 On Ih. Octal • Cilia* AT*, Oil LIOMll Kt Miami



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Friday. Marck 2. 1962 #. knitt fkridirnr) Page 13-B ^ar : t II -..Ii HI.. II". > '. !•' I ".I.eh Irman "f the boai Da 1 1': \ -in i. 1 no., 1 e.s o! v. %  •Ii .'II 8, suits nil-;"' .1 I". 1: 'll I' II !*"! %  %  president of Temple Israel 11 New 1: N v ..11.1 .1 foun !• 1 l %  I-:I of II.-:: A \ m n -i 1 1 hei.• for 24 >• 'rs, i" 'ti:i 'i --ii 1 %  i' n ai thi 1 • % %  %  lei • : %  1 \ nrk. Surviving Ida IWII -1 .-. P. • 1' u.l Phi two .in ishii Mr Vli and Mr-. Melvin Nev 1 ii ...'.• held in Nei v. r Two of Florida's fast-growing insurance companies. State Fire and Casualty, and its affiliate, Great Atlantic Life Insurance Company, have officially opened a new 10,000 sq. ft. home office Lui.ding at iz'-i ufc fbui St., Miami. Shown m taeir new quarters are rtc p!r Kaplan (left), president of State Fire and ementary, and has attended PoCasualty, discussing policy benefits with Stanley Gumpert, p.el school. Libbie Blasberg Bas Mitzvah of Libbie Allene, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond <;. Blasberg, ITUO NE 12th ave., No. Miami Beach, will be observed Rabb M 0rdl '. C "!. PO u /"!,...?' FrWay evening Mar. 2. at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max Lipschitz will officiate. Libbie is a stuJent at North Miami Beach Junior High. She is a former secretary of t h e Junior Congregation, a member of Youna Judaea, and last year became eligible tor the Hebrew School Honor vice president. 5'ate Fire assets have spurted from S169.343, at the company's inception date in 1946, to the S2.C66.150 mark last year — up 14o over 1959. Glen Kofner ordccai Podet ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Glenn, I.. son of Mr and Mrs. Norman Kutner, 7150 SW 62nd st.. So. Miami. dun"services Saturday morning. Mar 3. at Temple Judea. The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh -.,-•„!, -indent at South Miami Junior Hi ;h lliparents will host the Kiddush Society. Berkman Runs To Succeed Self .1.1 1-on M. Berkman, of Mian Beach, currently serving as Justii 1 il Hie Peace of the Filth In has announced his candidac> to retain the office to which he appointed by Gov. Bryant in June, 19 'i A practicing attorney for 13 years J 1 Ige Berkman is a partner the law firm of Dubbin. Sell II Berkman and Dubbin. II. a member of the American Arl lion Assn., and the Florida .\u lion and Conciliation Service. A 1943 graduate of the law sch;ol of the University of Florida, Judge Berkmrn also attended the Unive'sity of Pittsburqh. A veteran of World War II, Berkman served overseas in the European Theater as a bombardier aid flew 58 missions for which he received the Purple Heart Air medal with three clusters, and the Presidential Unit Citation. \ : rmer pn sident of Tan Eps Ion ii:; : r %  ,;, rnity he is currently 1president of th.' Bayshore Exchange Club He is a er 01 the Miami Beach and Florida Bar Assns., National Assn ol i-is Council ol Ainerii -i Civic League of Miami Beach, Miami I:, ach Elks, -he Foothghters, Ol.it a r 1 c JACOO R. GALE • L', died Feb. 24 in Trenton, N..I. Sur,\ Ing in.five %  lugh.ers, lm hiding Mrs. Kt her Sokolou, three brothers, is grandchildren and Igreatchildren. Services, were Ib. 25 i" rrenton with Riverside Memorial 'hapel in charge. MRS. ROSE HAAS <::, of 1334 NE lSlsl -t.. died Feb 85. NewTork h l8urvtvriw are"wS^auflE be?'oJ Miami Showmen's .\*sn. Surters, Mis. Ruth Goldberg and Mis. yjvlng_ are .,> r.i. %  >..... a sun, ..i.n. elglit urn. Haven, Conn., -i •! # a n memb r o' Anshe E s Congregu;Ion. s.n.r.ln are threi sons, Mauri e, Louia an Sol ii brol %  oi i •• ghl grandchl .11. i. Services wtre Peb. !:• in ••• %  i don !• uneral Home. DAVID SCHWARTZ ;,:;. ,,f Tin Ocean 'ir Miami lleach • n. il I I. 17. A wint. v '••-! %  %  Revere, Muss., for 3<> years, h.was a \\ mm '.\ i.i-till -. %  \ l. %  s v. n.-ial Home i a in great-gi andchldren Feb. ii in I lejei I u • MRS. MILDRED MARKS :.. ..i 712 NE HSth St., .'i--.l Feh l v hcam*, here !' %  years .!-•• from \,u Vorh '"ii> and was a member ol Vrlin.i h Mn he i 'ongi eeal .n i. nr.ci. li--i -"ii. .l.r. and a laughtei Mrs lrankle Mill, r Ben ces • i F< I. -'. in i >or Ion I iinei ..I Home. MRS. FLORA ROSENTHAL .;n. of '• % %  NE 123rd lei .ii.1 I • Ii -' She ion. %  h..• in •• • an* ag fn • L'oloi Ida, S.A., an I aa .f Temple Isia.-l Si n i> Ing nri lauphter, Mrs Intrld Friedman a Brandon -i > %  in Be; r Funeral 1 Imne Marvin, and his molhi • ->ic. wen Peb. I'.' in l %  % %  '!" P mei a! Home. MRS. ESTELLA M. McCALLUM ;; .,i Jin ;.-i st., died Feb. 1. Sh :,,,,,. here !• '. irs ag" '"" l • hart, Surviving Is her son. H:i. \ H _H Vlillei • %  .in Mi. HI %  Keaeh I'olt. .. ,^, ; .. • i %  ill Wlnlel with Riversl in charge. Memnrli I 'hai %  I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMIi_ "FLORIDAIN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 2135 H >A •; PARR, I'laintllf, Wll.l.l \\l ALBERT PARR, I 'i f. ndant. \ SUI r FOR DIVORCE Ii i (I'll I.I AM ALBERT PARR 117 Fail in.mi A. en .•• %  -i.r!'i 1.1ike. Qu< bee, "anaila V.. i. WILLIAM ALBERT PARR, are h. r by notified thai Uiil if '.ii plain, for Divorce 1ms been filed i..MM .-.ii. ami you are required ';> Aerve ~i. copy %  you-r Anawei a' 'l-acling t.i th.inn of Complain! on the I'l limifs attorney, FINKEL AM) ELK1N, 618 Dade Federal Building, lai E. Plagler St., Miami :vi. Florida an l file ill.original Answer i.r Pleading in th.nffi.-. ,.f th" rier:< HI' the Circuit c.iurt .ai f Complalnl Thli ii..til-..shall Inpublished once each week for foul isecutlve • • n T"K ,|KU-|.-'U PI %  "li 'I \V DONE AM' ORDERED at V I %  I l.l i. I .11.I'M.i ...... "I I.'.'. .... • A. I>. I!i62. !•: i: LEATHERM \N. I'ierk. • i'" r. I.i!. '" .I.I .. blorl li %  l:> K. M. I.VMAN 1 '.,. II. I'l: ',v :: %  :: % %  .: member he ..ml Feh -' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. f-LORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 528668 C IN RE Estate • %  !" \ \ 'I'll.w X TR M MAN. I %  ... .1 but; Alts Edna UourNOTICE OINTENTION TO M AK £ i t iildren and four greai APPLICATION FORD ST RIBUTIO'. %  nui'l.-hililren Servie-s were in N< AND FINAL DISCHARGE • ilh 1 I I el }• % %  .Vi i'|'11 '!•: i. h. i. hat I MRS. ANNA GINSBERG .-. %  >( ::i: SW 27th nvi .. "i' %  %  • l>. %  Shi i am. ii.-:.' i year* ago n oni Ni •• V'ork Surviving are her husband, vi ihim; a n, !>.. N. b'tuurl Oil: side M.m" ial 'ha I and Temple Beth Sholom. He is ... a member 01 ;he Miami Bea h er oi Commerce, Miami Bea I ixp :Assn., and the American Legi .in Berkman, a resident of Dade county since in-is. lives al 531 W 51sl St., with his wife and tv o children. MRS. ANNETTE SYMONS ,\ ,.f IM.II NE IT T I Kl il eil I m „ I... ... %  -i ear a % % %  foui imn, i %  % %  nd is a nn ,,f Tempi. Beth El > ler hti-band, I 'assel lers, In Mi > Sai i i : m tve.i lirothi I II 'ltli in-: Abe L'oopi I .... i Si r\ i' weri I'Vb .'! %  ':. yel Iuuenil lb SIDNEY BLOOM .1. ,.f Meri.lin M i "' %  |i a Kih _•: : le was i Inxl dri> Smvh \i.nh m I.i Kistels, MrSi.ll Hidl.1l .'•-': %  I ivel'i Fell i II III II, al ''li ii" I, I ABRAHAM JAN'N ;.; f 715 Euclid IVI Ml ml Iteael lie cum. II, Ni .. Vork Sui ii, wire, is; hi r, a ill %  i ii %  %  • ,i,.i, h ;.i Si r\ .'.-• %  \, u > iirk .. ah Hlversidi Mi 'hapel. RiJH'N SAOER *41n SW 22nd ler 'li' 'I i ie hen ltl\ '1 GEORGE KAPLAN ;,.| %  otl IVI d I n %  -. • :-.'-•• fr %  "•i nnil .' %  IS a me i ban I Survivin ,i,. i .wife, llessl. two sons, Inll ;. i %  il laughtei -. an i M Franc. I'lH.-i S' ... .. ,. i ii • in llr 11 i.i. Mi i n 11 > MORRIS KWINT ,, „t ii !i ||i ,' nn I>:MI. died Feh I'l II. hel io y i'.. i nil N.J., and was %  %  I lun Hi was a nn il iVurket's SUM lviiig un hi h IB : %  • Se %  ioi'iliin Fun. i NATHAN PACKAR 14 !'• irs i i %  %  %  %  %  -. i", %  ,, ., "in ...I II I si ... in I!, II Ii I %  i %  i • >>wni l ... %  .. II Vlai In: a broil i i. Fi %  I i-:. \iRS. ANNA STARR 11V. Pars Ve.l ill N.Y %  ii r ..'..: %  : s. : %  I: \ I i III. I'H 1;. MEYER l %  14, of %  % %  I iiimb.-re ltl i i i, an lr' •In.-. ;: M %  %  II.IS. (I .... • New \ ork : %  nts bj l; M, urn s nl lii HAROLD LISINSKY ,.i .'i-.'i Hani %  a' • %  %  h I Kelt 13. He i ame lure IN N, ^ "..• K ..a I IS i" .1 Sui-vivtii fe. Aui"; .i won, Mb hael a b tin I,., in.>tli. r Perviei we:< I l> 15 i, R|i ,' %  life Ml m"i Ial >'lia;.. I, N'.r111111111. i filed ill 1 :''i Ki i"-i and Petl i for I' II and Final V \< Executrix • %  !' Ihe ee a li %  • v IAN S TRAl'MAN. riti ml iiim • %  the 'th 'la> of Man u 111 a; :•!. i" he nty, 1-iorl ipp ival aid Fl il Report • as I v • Irix ol thi ni ':--'-• i I i; \.\i'i:.; ITIS \l M VN I nix \: ': NOTiCE OF APPLICAT.ON FOR TAX DEED ale 2T722 Acts of File A-234SS %  %  • l' VI-'N I : hall.i • %  i el .i • %  \ inii n mj %  a es th. rojicrt) i the t'ouiil f Da S : >i p el' .:.-..!" [in i id, i li:. assess i 'iii "i ail IT n ,lei He was ii II %  li i loo a 'a • vvlilib i...i -inJli da % %  E '. LEATHERMAN : l:. i: M I >el>ul> i 'li 11. : J %  Students of the Hebrew Academy observed Green, William Greenberg. Jacqueline KeHGeorge Washington's birthday at a special assembly last week. Shown are Robert Reinhard as George Washington and Lenore Bienenield as Chancellor Livingston. Others in the program were Sylvia Aisenstadt, Rebecca Baner. Randy Kout, Jeremy Luchins. Shelleylyn Muchnik, Harry Peters, Soryl Schrieber, Howard Seil, Roberta Simon. Moshe Sukenik, Jacob Weiss. Howard Wittels, Richard Zelkowitz, Karen Zuckerman. Rabbi Alexander S. CHARLES R. RUBINS .'.7. ..f l %  '. %  % %  u.i-!. iii' m a.. died Feb. IS, He came here '. || years aso from \... V'.rk and was a luggage Bijlesn.iti sin \ h Ing in • %  iis .. ii. 'la a. ui'l a son, .i ick •• • %  %  Fi b II under direction of Riverside Meil Chapel, Alton rd l P.. NOT.COF W VRF.SOUSEMAN'S SALE \ %  'ili'i: IS HEREBY IIVEN I hj v ir( ;• il Chapter %  :• ol I Statutes A imitated HMD, War • li.,.,..men an I Warehoj.-e !' |i ,in Ai'l'-l: I'.. V \N LINKS. INC :i Fli ri la coi por illon, b> vlrtui ho se lien, has In Its on the follow Ing 'I scribed !• "i" rt> : Household .; Is Ag I i : i %  i|i iBlma Markln, 1985 I' Drive, Mliml Beach. and thai on the 23i 'I d of Match, i'"i'-'. during the legal ho il, mainly bet eeti 11: I foren ...n .HI I -_':.•'• in the ,. at 21S6 N.W. 24th Avenue. Miami, rlori %  the undeisigned hall I i -a'., to th. hlghi st 1 She bouri, Marcia Bastacky, Baylene Begin. Linda Gross, principal of the Academy, introduce^ Ehrenreich, Gary Evans, Albi-3 Galbut._ Larry the program. Genet. Steven Gerson. Rhena Givner, jeifrey MRS. GOLDIE ORETSKY if '.", 1 SW ".1st pi., die I Pel here II years ago from in hand the above deserlb I iklyn, N.V BI I • •' membei of %  th 15 of Sura Markln, !'•' Friendship i'l b ol Plagler-liranada ii... L>rlve, Miami Beach %  Date.1 at Miami. Hotida. this 2')tti Mrs. Sylvl la> in.l fl ii'E-R.B. VAN 1 '-'-**. '. i •



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Page 14-B vjenisfi ffnriaHjtr Friday, March 2, 1962 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICF UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • Ni (TICK I.HEIti-.IO iil\ K.N I ha I tli. inch iin biiM! ess un.i. Gl'ARDIA.N HO IA1XTKN \X D N u 2 ith \ %  %  M o n Intends to 11 gist, r mid I the ''li i k of th< I 'li in i "out i ul l 'adi C I (ATE1 %  MILTi (X KIXI: SHELDON DVBLER Attorne) % % % %  Applicant 824 l. ii. o n Rd Miami Hi < Fla 2 16-23, 3 2 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN al tli. undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under thi fictitious imm< ILORIDA CilAIR CO at • %  %  N W JBth Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of tli. Circuit Court of Dade County, Fl Ida Cl >MF< IRT CRAFT IXC. in l-'l.i Corp.) Sole i >w Iti-l 2 % %  16-23, 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Xi 'TICK IS HEREBY i IIVEX thai tli. esiring I el Be In business in \\ ll> .LKSALE HARRY, IXC .1 li .1 I \.'ll CLCR PATH al •>' %  1. ... K. 1; M ami, Kloi 1 la Intel %  said name >> iili the ... 1 Count). 1orida. WHOLESALE HARRY', IXC. HARRY 1 CHol'CHHRIE, IT. MARJOR1E lCHorCHERIK, S. II I F1SCHBACH Attornej foi Applicant IS West Klagl. r SIT. • t Ni.imi 82, Florida 2 9-16-23, 3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 62C 360 (EATON) JAMES A WELKER, JR.. Plaintiff, BARAH JAM: WELKER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T' I BARAH .IANI-: WELKER Uesid*-mv Unknown You, BARAH JANE WELKER, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required t" aerve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, F. E. Qotthar.lt of Ootthardt, Christie & Shepar.l, 400 Alnsley Building. Miami 82, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day ..f March, 1962. If you fall to do so, judgement by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of I'omplaint. This notice .-hall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this -'ml day of February, A.D. 1962. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (-.all Bj M CAVALARIS, Deputy Clerk F. E. Gotthnrdt "f Ootthardt, Christie A Shepard 400 Alnsley Building Miami 32. Kla. Fit : Attorney for Plaintiff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N thai -. %  % % %  1. 1 .1 Mil I li ... dfctinl %  %  : the 1 "lei l< "I %  Bade Coun I'-TOTE M BEACH CORP Irvl 1 Tesldi nt %  • ANIEL SEPLER Hi..1. ah 1>i v. II all uh 1 Ml) I ,} foi 1"-T ite'ni li. .0 li 1'"' P :: hai i M Se| C unsi 1-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1966 DIANNE E, FROST, Plali I \ H II li i.M \s 1: I-1: Defei SUIT FOR DIVORCE T( 1 II I. I.VI VS 1: I .:. 1ST 1 N Y. I I'll. '.MAS i: I II 1ST. Ill 1 l,\ notified 1I1.' 11 Hill of Compl >. anil you i M. K K. 4th Avi Hialeah. Kloi li ih. "i iglnul AIISH .1 ..1 1"• adlug In Hi. %  • 1 tin Clerk of th. 1 '1 ; mi or • ihi 2nd daj A] 1 I, : %  • % %  : 11 -'U fail to do %  .\ III be laki 11 against you foi thi %  %  el rti mande I in Ih. I llll 01 Con pi This notice shall he published once iv. ,1, foi four 1 -' • llvi weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. I iNE AM I 1 (Rl IKRE1 I at Mian I, Forldn, t l.i> 2 ird da} of Iebruar}. A l> 1982 E 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Plorida %  seal) B} M CAYALARI8, 11. put} Clerk CHARLESM. KELLY 1.12a E. 4th Avenue Hialea h, I lorlda Attorney for Plaintiff 3 2-9-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1272 WALTER C DELI >AJ> I, Plaintiff, vs. BERENICE 11 %  11 %  >A 1 lELGAl •' '. I lefendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: BERENICE OCHOA DELGADO Residence Unknown. You are hereby notified that a suit for divorce has been filed against yoq in the above styled court, ami you are required t" serve n copy of your Answer or pleading t< the Hill of I Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE N MacDONELL, '."4 BIscayne Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original "f the same In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th da) "f March, 1962. If you fail t.i .1.. so, judgment by default will be tiik.-n agalnsl you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED, al Miami, Dade County. Plorida. this Bth .lav of February. A.D. 1962. K I! LEATHER MAX Cl.rk. Circuit Court (seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk 2/9-16-2::. I .' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1690 ISRAEL ROSENBLATT, Plaintiff, vs. DORA BERNAKER ROSENBLATT, 1 lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DORA BERNAKER Rl ISENBLATT, Elkins Park House Blklns Park 17. Pa. TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint For Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required t. serve s copy "f your Answer or pleading to the Complaint For Divorce on the plaintiff's attorneys, Tallanoff, Waller & l.itman, #420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Plorida, and file the original Answer or pleading in the office f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the •.':ii.l day of .March. 1962. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint tor Divorce. DONE and ORDERED at Miami ., Plorida. this 19th day of February, */ %  -•-• */* |92, 1: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County, Florida 1 s.a 11 By: E. II LAN WAY. 1 leputy cierk TALIANOFF, WALLER LITMAN Attorneys f..r Plaintiff •20 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida. 2 23, 3 2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1205 MARTHA INEZ GOMEZ, Plaintiff, vs. ANTONIO liiiMKZ, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE T<>: ANT. ..Mi 1 C .ME/. Tou, ANT. .N|.> GOMEZ, are here. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1311 JAM E8 W. HOLSTl IN, Plaintiff, VI LUCILLE HOL8TON, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION l'i LUCILLE Hul.STwN Residence Unknown TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnsl you, and Vor ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, HEN ESSEN. ESQ., lull Seyln.i.1 Building, Miami :',2, Mori.la, and file the original answer In the office of the ci.rk of the Circuit Court on ... before March 12th, 1962, in default of which the Bill of Complaint will he taken as confessed against you. I>ated: February 6th, 1962. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, I-lorida (seal) By: K. M I.V.MAN, 1 leputy clerk 2/9-16-23. 3/2 rM&IO BY HENRY LEONARD ca SISTERHOOD ETl 10 .0 m. "Girls, now a speech by Rabbi Nubkm, then we'll get to the more important matters of the afternoon." LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN (hath, undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HOLLANDER COMPANY al M N.E. 4'Hh Street, Miami intend to regl said name with the Clerk of ih. Circuit Co II: ol I Ide "ouniy. Kloi Ida. KITH lb ILLANDER SAMUEL HOLLANDER MILTON A I RIBDMAN Attorn. %  > i"i Applicants Alnsley Bids i 88, 3 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to rimuii.' In business under the fictitious name of CITY UNIFORM & SHOP TOWEL RENTAL SERVICE at numbe' 89 B.W. 7th Street in the City of Miami Plorida int.n.ls to ri-gister the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this ISth day ..f February, 1962. NEW lBENCH BENZOL CLEANERS* LAUNDRY. INC ARONOVIT2, SILVER SCHER Attorneys for Applicant 607 Alnsley Building Miami 82, Florida 2/23. 3/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlne to engage In business under the fictitious name of s A S FABRICS at 136" North Miami Aven le, Miami, Florida, Intends t>> register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Elorida. F( IURTEENTH STREET FABRIC BAZAAR. INC WELLI&'CH & DOUGHERTY Attorneys for Fourteenth street Fabric Hasaar, mc 2 83, 3 2-9-18 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54500-C IN HE: Estate of WILLIAM B. MILLER. I >,...'ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons llavby notified that a Bill of Complaint Ing claims or Demands Against Said for Divorce has been filed against Estate: you, and you are required to serve a Copy of your Answer or Pleading to th.B ill .,r Complal n the Plaintiffs attorney, AI.VIN .V. WEIN8TEIN, M 112 Biscay ne. Bldg., Miami 81, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office "f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of March, 1S62. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. Thin notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2nd day of Februnrv, A.D. 4962. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cl.rk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: M. CAVALAIUS. Deputy Clerk ^ 2/9-16-23, 3/2 You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have agalnsl ih. .state of William B. Miller, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate nnd as provided in Section 73:1.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse in Dad.County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will lie haried. Dated at Miami, Florida, (his 5th day of February A.D. 1962. BLANCHE NEUBARDT AH Executrix First publication of this notice on the 9th day of February. 1962. H.MIRV ZUKERNICK Attorney for Executrix 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 2/9-16-23.3/2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55082A IN RE: Estate of MINNIE RUBIN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have aga nst the estate of MINNIE RUBIN deCeased late of Dade County. Hoi id. 1. to the Counts Judges of Hade Collllt>. and file tile same in duplicate and as provided in Bection 788.16, Florida statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of tinfirst publication hereof, or tin* same will be barred Dated al Miami, Florida, this nth day of Fibruarv, A.I'. IMS. ANNA CALK As Administratrix First publication of this notice on the Slrd day of February. 1962. A BUDD CUTLER Attorney for Administratrix 7".; Alnsley Building 2'23. .1/2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1768 JUDY OAIL RYDER, Plaintiff, \ B IRANK I ECATUR I'.YHHi:. I '.fen.hint. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOU. FRANK DECATUR RYDER, 524 TAMI'A BTREET, ORLANDO. FLA., are notified to serve :. cops of your answer to Divorce Complaint filed against you on Plaintiff's atsvrney QEORUE NICHOLAS, 1818 ~W 7 St.. Miami. Fla and file original with Clerk of this Curt on or before the 29th day of March. IMS, otherwise complaint will i confessed by you. l'ATEi> Febr uary 19. 1948. E It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dude Oount>', llorida .seal) By: N. A. HEWETT Deputy Clerk 2 22. :t'2-9-l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1774 CLINTON l\ WELLS. Plaintiff. vs. LORA N. WKLI.S. Defendant SUI I FOR DIVORCE TO; liiiRA N WFJ.LS Roberts Hotel, 184 No. itaum St. Saginaw. Michigan You. Lora N Weils, are hereby notified that a Bill ..f Complaint for Divorci has been filed against you. and y.m are required t. serve D copy of | your Answer ..r Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, Wmt.r and Ooldfarb, 507 Bis'..'.11. Bldg., II West Flagler St., Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or bef the 28rd day of March. IM8 if you fall to do so, judg nt b> default will be taken against you for the re%  mauded in the Bill of 1 "om plaint This notice shall !„• publ shed once each week for four consei live weeks In 1 HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AM > IR] IK11F.I 1 .: Miami, 1 rlda, tliis 19th day of Februar). A.D : %  B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida 1 seal 1 B) : E II LANWAY, Deputy Clerk WINTER .v .;. -LDFARH 507 1!:.-. .0 inBldg., Miami. I'l By Max A. Ooldfarb Attoi nay for Plaintiff 2 2::. :: 2-9-16 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I the mid. li ned enga in. w and. r the fictitious nan W.M.i O-SOUTHERN SPORTSWEAR -. .'. M rttreel Ml .' int. ads to %  % %  lei said 1 %  %  %  11 he Circuit Courl I iud. .' iunts. Florida 11.11' \i: w U.DMAN Sol,. iwner 2 16 2 :. 3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF 1 FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE I COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 6JC 1204 WALTER SC( 'TT RENKETTI and STKPHANIA HELEN RENZETTI, II P wife, Plaintiffs. \ a DOUOLAS .1 KENT and MINA R KENT, hiw if.. I.. fell In nti NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  |'i I10UHI \S 1 K ENT nnd MIN \ F. KENT, ins wife .1 'nknowu Y( U nnd 1 ai li thai a 'omp aim To I on the follow lllg %  wii L, 6, III '. 2. C.\ M N 1: U TER 1: \. 'i:. .0 r : 1 i" the i'l.ii • %  %  riled In Pun Hook BS, v. 01 the P bile Ri cords I >ude 1 'ounl >. H. 11 Ida St you, and v %  reuull ed lo sel \11 1 op} of %  AIIMV • 1 or I 'lending to the 1 on Plain) Ifl ittorneys, 1S11LI M VN ; %  ILI ISTEIN .v P VCZIER, 23 ''. W Street, Mlani FI01 dn, "ti or before the 12th day of March, 1962. If > : fail to do so, .. decree |ir 1 • %  will be filed agalnsl you foi I relief demanded In the Compla 1 DATED on this 2nd day of February, I912. 1: 1: LEATHERMAN, Cl.rk (seal) r'.\ M CAVALARI8, i leputy Clerk 2 9-16-23.3/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1309 MARTHA .1 MINOR. Plaintiff. VS. JAMES c MINI >R. I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JAMES C MINOR 85 N. 1 learborn Bt., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and YOU ABE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answ.r to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney. BEN ESSEN. ESQ., 1014 Seybold Building. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before March 12th. 1962. In default of which the Hill of Complaint will be taken as confeaaed agalnsl you. Dated: Fehruarv 6th. 1962. B. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K M I.YMAN, Deputv Clerk 2/9-16-23. 3 2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 5S236-A IN RE: Ewtnte of CHARLES HARRY AXELiti %  I I I I Trussed NOTICE TO CREDITOR6 To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Y..11 are hereby notified and required to Present any claims and demand.which you may have against the .slate of CHARLES HARRY AXELROTH dense sad late of Dade County. F'loridu. to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate aiul as provided ill Section 788.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar nths from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same win he barred. Hated ai Miami, Florida, trls 14th day ..f February, A.D, 1962. 1" >lt.\ NABI'Iti; As Executrix BERNSTEIN • MILLER Bl : Milton Miller Attorney f<>r Executrix 1414 Congress Building Miami, l-lorida 2/23, 3/2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1779 BERNARD A WIEDER, Plaintiff, vs. MAXINE R ADAMS. I lefendant. MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE TO: MAXINE II. ADAMS Address Unknown You. MAXINE R ADAMS, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Mortgage Foreclosure has been filed ..gainst you. and you are require to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Ilalntlffs attorney, BERNARD A. WIEDER. ESQ., 407 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Reach. Florida. JE 8-HM, and tile the original Answer or Pleading in (he office of the Clerk of the C|rCUil Const on or before the 22nd day of March. 19*2. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded in the Rill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecotiv.s/eeks In THE JEWISH FIX>RIDIAJM. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 19th dav of February, A.D. 1962. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida is, all By: L BNEEDEN Deputy Clerk BERNARD v WIEDER, ESQ. 407 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Ha. JE 8-5.-.OT. Attorney for Plaintiff 2/23, 3/2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55142-A IN BE: Estate of BEN jACowrrz I >< .eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the es!.,!. of BEN JACOWITZ .Leased lat. "i I'ade County. Florida, to the Count) Judges of I'ade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 788.16, Florida Statutes, in th.ir offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida. within six calendar months from the inn. ,.f the Hist publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 6th day of Fehruarv, A P 19(3. BAR Ml JACOWITZ \s Exec mix First publication >f this notice on thi 1 day of Febi oar), 1962. Publish once a week for four .> consecutive weeks In The Jewish lloridian. Roldman, tioldstein .v Pacaler Attorneys for Executrix 8803 West Flagler street Miami. Florida. 2'9-16-23. :i 2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1319 HELEN ANNETTE McELWHE. Plaintiff, VK. JOSEPH MclM.WEE, I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOSEPH McELWEE. .".M Sergeant Serial No. AFJrAF 12028151 464th Supply Squadron Box 137 Pop.Air For.-.Rase, N. Carolina You. JOSEPH McELWHE, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, anil you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill or Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, RICHMOND • FARBER. one Lincoln Road Building. Miami Beach 39. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit ('ourt on or before the 9th duy of March. 1962. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will lie taken against you for the relief demanded hi the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 7th day of February A.D. 1962. E li. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Hade County Florida (seal) By: K. M. LTMAN, Deputy Clerk RICHMOND & FARBHR By: Ikinald Pnrber Attorneys for Plaintiff 2/9-16-23,8/8 3 t



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Friday. March 2. 1962 V-Unist) Ftcridliar Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE i NOTir.E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N ,-|-|, ,. i.iw.HU.10 UIV EN thai • i. • -i-_n.-.l. di -a ini • ma-.. i ii er the fictitious name %  -i SSHIN'K PAR WAXING ll \ VV 87th Avi M ami i ,1K in •. Intel —• I • l name Ith il, rh "I the Cln ull i' mrt ol i •.. nty, Floi Ida. L.II.I-KI IN-Jl i I'I IRr la Fla. •'"ii' I 3 2-9 16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE El EVENTH JUO C.Au Lih._Li i uF FLOR'DA IN AM? FOR DADt COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. G2C WILLIAM It. im r I %  IRSETT, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 53941-C IN RE ETHEL l.l'TV LEGAL NOTICE i %  A< '. I .I In iN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1898 •EltAI. SATU iNAL Ml iRTl >.'SiK'l ATI' IN, :i PHI porai Ion ..ii/. il 11 ii %  I • i and • \i... ,.r trw laws "f thi run lea of America, Plaintiff, I i ittERT II WINN. as Trust I ankruptc), etc et al I iefendanta, NOTICE OF SUIT TO Roherl H. Wlnn, as Trustei In Bankruptc) for Southern Mortgage <-.,.. in,, n I'l. %  Ida cornoi nili n, 1021 Tower Building, 11 • %  r. K street, Washington, I i •' Robert M Powers, Sr., nnl Chrlsllne Powers, his wife, If alive or If dead, tnelr unknown helra, devlapea, legatees, grantees, assignees, %  tenors, creditors, trustees and all parties having or claiming i" have any right, title or Interest In the property herein described Residence unknown Robert L. Vollmer and Octavla H Vollmer, iiis if.1306 viers Mill Road, Itockvllle, Maryland Y %  • 11 are hereby notified that the i ove captl -d action has be en InKill ii. i against > ou In the Circuit I I ,.f the Judicial Circuit of Eli i TI and foi Dad< County, to foi. -. .i mortgage upon thi following rrlbed real propi rtj HOMESTEAD I. VKE PARK HOMES, according to thi %  i in reof, recorded In I'lnl Hi ok • Page S of Ihi Public Recoi : I >adi i 'o int), Floi You are ri quired to i Hi n our an >, i to plaintiff otnplnlnl Il .. tin erk ul %  • •' irl • %  i 'i a copy thereof upon plaintiff's Home). Henr) ll. Arrlngton, \ V\ Third Av< n ... Miami 11i later tl 'ii Maii h ,,; .i i.., •, i %  •,. "..tit", sso ill i" n .1 against you. iii try 21, 1962, i: n i.:: VTHERM VN I'I. i k of the 'ina:i i '..art (seal) B) K M l.VMAN 11. inn \ Clerk \l:Y II ARRINGTON Utornej for Plaintiff ii i N.W Third A\ i ii"-' ml 3, rlorlda 2 %  :::, :. 2-9-16 VNN \ Ri I 'I'll I ;. • .. SUIT FOR DW'Onc* v. i \ \ • %  n-H'Tii 'i •% %  •• %  Vou, Ann.i Routh Dorsett, are hereiiy II .i %  '::tbeen flleil ou. and • re Judges of ln .. County, file ihi sa 'ii. in ihi Ir of! ces ii ih. %  an i '< %  irili-as. In llade (*ounty, Florida, within six calendai n nthi fron Ihi date of the first Ion hi ri of, or liie same w ill red. JOHN l.1 TV. Executor .'f the Estate of ETHEL I.I'l'Y, In, ...I VLFRED KREISLER Attori .) r -i Exi cutor ."• id Alnali \ B da Miami 32, I-lorlda 2 23, S-9-16 IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2121 CARTERET SAVINGS AND LOAN A ssi iCIATION, Plaintiff, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.OA. IN PROBATE. No. 55195-C IN RE: Estate of ABRAHAM ENTIN i 'i ceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS T" All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims .a Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: Von, and each of you ar.herebj notified and required to present any i %  and il. in. HI Is \\ hleh :• ou, or • • nf ) ou, may haxi ago lnl the • %  ; Ii of ABR Ml AM ENTIN ill %  %  • II-. I late • %  : Queens I 'ount) New Yoi k. to the Ilon< irabii Count) i aim of Diuli Count}. and fill Ihe i iffli in ih. i 'ount) rthousi i I adi i 'i mil • !• lorlda. %  %  imof thi iii %  L-ation hi reof Said cln ms in di in nils I niain ,: mi ; • thi clalmanl and to In \ orn t-. an )-i escnted us i111, i.r me "ill be barred. Si hati ti • Dati -i i ion .1 the 1943 Pro1962 I-. hr lai j .'•'.. A.li. DANIEL ENTIN A> Anel la-rv Executor of the Last Will ni rl I -mm. nl of ABRAHAM ENTIN, is. 'I KOVNER .v.MANNIIEIMER ._' I ..in ihi Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney! for Anelllan Executor 9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1725 iSE BENITl' CALERA Plaintiff, ARSENIA FMiKt.lNA QALERA Dcfendanl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO AR8ENIA FIDBLINA QALERA Santa Emilia 2U Rniita, Habana, Cuba You are hereby notified thai a BUI • Complaint for Dlvorci ha i" en filed against you, and you are required i" serve a copj "f youi An-we.i or Pleading i" of Man h, II you fnil to do s... Judgmenl lj defaull will he taken against you foi thi relief di man Ii d In the BUI of I'i mpl -lit not lei ,!l he publlshi 'I once eh week for four com %  • -i i • i: JEWISH i'i.' d: i ni AN I" iNE AND OBI ERED al v Ills %  I6th wry, K B :.i: VTIIERM VN, %  lit. I Mil, r .aFl > id %  II; M CAVALARIS i %  .. :, l N F1. 2 AIA C in %  ,.-Ill I %  THI COl • •• Jl DGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROEATE No 5491 %  SED XoN 1'.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS i i Said -• it. You • notified ind :• • i tired i" pri sent any i .... | ihi estati • VLFRED DIXi >N deed late .-I l '.ni. Coui "l 1 intj and file the sum. in duplieati and • %  provldi .1 In So tlon 733 16, KIi ^i.iini.-s, in their offices in Ihi County Courthouse In Dadi County, I within six call ndnr months from • time "( the first publication here%  f, or the B 'in' ill be baigi il l MI, d in Miami, Floi da, this 20th • i) of Februai y, A.l i 1968. MARGIE I 'IXl IN As Administratrix •1 N MORRIS n. \ for Administratrix K. I liigriili!im in.h. 2 23, 3 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREPY OIA'EN thai • %  n.l. signed, d.-ii Ing t.. • i i.-in.-ss under the fictitious nami ol REAL-ART S'l'l'l Mi'..H 2211 N VV. i .i Ave., Miami, l-'la Intends to register said name with the Clerk of Ida • Circuit Court of Dade County, si l l.l-n KI-: ARTS, INC. in l-i.i. Corp %  i >\. a. i BEIQEL, TE1TE1 MAN ALBERT NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2037 WILLIAM .1 b'HEROALIS, Plaintiff, \ s. i iERTRl T I>E SHEROAU8, I Iefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO:iiertruilc Shergalls 219 E. Cheatmil St.. Apt. 1203 Chicago, Illinois. You, Gertrude Shergalls, are hereli\ notified that a Bill of Complaint f,.r Divorce has been tiled uaainst >..n, and yi.-i are recrutred !• serv*e a copj of v..inAnswer or Pleading to thi BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, Owen S, Freed, Esq., Room 206, -'..'. I'nlverslty Drive, Coral liable", Hoii.la. and file the original \ns.'. r or I'll idlng in Ihe offlc the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd da) "i \| rll, 1962 II ,ii fall in do so, • idgmenl bj d< fault i'i he t.ik. ,i against you for thi i • II, %  ill in i'i, I. ,1 in the BUI of i'"in%  • This notice shall lie published once .,, M u .. Ii for fn II cul Ive %  %  ks In ni K .11 WISH Fl." iRII HAN HONE \ND II SDERED al Miami. this ---ill %  B> of !•• A.P 19 I|1 Ii: VTHERMAN, C I'lETRO Di-pti : i i • %  RONALD E. iIAHDNER iind AVIS.I, IARDNER, hiWife, et al. I 11 f. ml.ints NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Robert ll. Wlnn, as Trustei In Bankruptcy f"i Mason Mortgage &• Investment Corp. 1021Tower Building 11".", K Stn et, N.w Washington, i> C. You are hereby notified thai thi ni, .\. caption. ,l a.-lion has been inBtituted against you In the Circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit of Florida In and foi Dade Count} to fore,:..-. u mortgage upon the following di sci il"-' r.-.-l prop, rty : Lot :,. Bloi k 13, CORRECTED PLAT OF BLOCK 13. CAROL CITY cording to ih. plat thereof, iccorded in Plni Book 61 .il Pagi 98 ol ih. Public Ri "ids of l lade i "ount} hln Ida, logi Ill ator EA-1 Yin are ri quired to file > our a i swer to plaintiff's coinplalm with the I'll k of the aforesaid Co rt. and -. \. ,i copy (hereof upon plaintiff'* attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor I'., le I ed ral Building, Miami 32. Flo i'i. 'i"t '.ii1 than April 2, 1962 or ,i Decree Pro Confesso "ill be entered against you. I lated: February 27, 1962 E. B. I.EATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court i-. al) I > K. M 1.Y.MAN, j % %  -pun Cl< rk MARTIN FINE Attoi in \ for Plaintiff ltth Floor Dade Federal Building Miami 32, floi Ida a 2-9-16-23 NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undi rslgned deMrlng I l-i ii,. H under the fictitious mime of THE SI MMIT al 1949 Collins Av. nue, Miami Beach, Florida Intend t< ild name with tinCl< rk of tha Circuit i '"in t --I Dade County, Florid., GILBERT SENS \ LAX i' SENS IKW IN II K I'i' IRONOVITZ, SILVER .\SCHBR I Attorneys for The summit 607 Alnsle} Building Miami. Florida 2 23, 3/2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY .UDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR TADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. N PROBATE. No 3809-C IN RE: Estate ..f JOSEPH WEI;:STEIN, I l-'-'l NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my Final Kt port and I'etitton for Distribution and Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of JOSEPH WEINSTEIN, deceased: and that on the 12th day -.f March, 1962, will apply in the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval "I said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge as Kxi-.-ntrix !nf the estate of the above-named deI cedent. This 9th day of February, 1962. // MARGARET FINK As Executrix of the Estati Joseph Welnateln, Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN Attorneys I ISO 8.W. 1st Street Miami. Florida 2 16-23, ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 'Jew Ist fie rid Haiti solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yoair patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates MHnl Fit 3-4005 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE of ••.,, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 52845-A IN RE: Estate "f WINIFRED '/.. COHN, lie -as At-,in, v.. for Applicant W. I lagler St. IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC ALC'RCLITOF FLORIDA IN A > D FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. .1 I Kl.LAN Ml : i [IDA, tlEORUK W SCIII'DEHT and MARY 11 SCIU'BKR I", Ills Ifi i NOTICE OF SUIT Ti, <;. i %  u i I and Mar> l Si II ibeit, his Ife 76S9 Hni 111 '' x 1'itt-l ,.i gh, I', nn | \\ V,,ii .II. hel ,i" "' Ifli il that ih. .,!, i| II i— bei n Instituted against you In the Circuit Court of • !• i i i' ii of Florida In an l for I >ade C luntj to foreclose .i mortgage upon the following %  Ihi ropirty: Lot .: Bio k ; %  \'i iRWi il I Fl I-TII ADDITION SECTION TWO, ai cording i" the Pint thei eof, Plai Booh 65 in Page 109 ol Ihi Public Records of Dade County. Florida. Vou an required to f i I your ana wei i" % %  tint Iff's %  oniplaint with thi i,.k ol afori 'id Court, and erve a Ihereol upon plaintiff's v \!:TIN I INE, : '-Hi Fl m al I lu its Mlo nil 32 Flo Ida atei than April 2, : ;, i -. %  ,-.-% %  will bi ntel ( 27, 1962 HERMAN KM IA MAN, • i 'I. rl; i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1535 THE WILLIAMSBUROH SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff vs. JOHN ARTHUR ZACCO and ROBERTA •: ZAI'I'I i, his wifi, et al, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: JOHN ARTHUR ZACCO and ItHiERTA i: ZACCl, his wife L':'.:',I Brown Av< nue Memphis, Tennessee You are hereby notified thai th.above captloned action has been In. stltuted against you In the Circuit of Court "i ihJudicial Circuit "f Florida in and for 11 id., i 'ounty to f"i eclose a mortgage upon the following ,l. xerlbed rul i>iopi rtj : Lot .: Block 13 PINE TREE MAN OR, KBCTION THREE rdlng to the Plat then "f. r rded in I'lnl at page 97 of Ihe Public lice, rds i I i lade %  "ounty, I ether with Frlgldaln vv WCl %  anil Fi, tidaire Hi fi i• ratoi Vou %  %  • %  iplalnl Ith Ihe f thi Id i anil : upon • %  : N E. 1 1 • • ., i % %  I'unfesmi will In ralnsl IEK.MAN, Cli %  Deputy i \ F XI-: Mil %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hireby given thai we havi filed our Final Repot I and Pet I-I tion l.u Distribution anil Final D r with Midpoint recharge as EXECCTR1CES ol the e, of WINIFRED /. COHN, deceasi 'i and thai "ii or after the 16th da) of Man h, 1962, will apply lo thi I |.,n, -ul,I, i 'ounty Judges ,-f I >adi i i 'ount} IIm Ida, fi i in N .il of s.ii-i Final Report and for distribution and linal dischargi as EXECl'TRICES ol the estate of the above-named de, %  ,i. ni This 13th day of Fi bi uai y, 1962, ANN WAI Tl-'i: MARTHA ROSS Law i H ft. Albert l. Wi intraub A. Jaj I'risi.d 219 Security Trust Building Miami :'.-', Florida Bj A. Jay Crlstol 2'16-23, 3'2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C-12308 (Goldman) CENTRAL SAVINGS HANK IN THE CITY OF NEW VORK, a corporation existing miller the laws of the Slatof New York. Plaintiff, vs. FRANK SITAR8KI, et al. I'. f, ndants NOTICE OF SUIT TO: STORM KING Allt-VKNT AWNINGS, INC. a Florida corporation Address Unknown yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you by CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN THE CITY idSEW VORK, in the Above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following desci il'< l proper! \. to-wlt: l..,i iii Block IS, of FIRST ADDITION TO SIERRA, according t" the pl.it thereof recorded in Pint Book 53. in page 96, .-r Ihe public t ds nf Dade Co Together with: (IE LA 92 K Refrigi i: I %  I I61 i. Klecti Rangi \ • -i, linn III a mill > ou are req lo file your anBU i with i loi'i: k of the i Court of l udi Count) Flordia, al fourth x i I. Vlll i"l I" sen • i up -n DAVID p • \T.-M VN %  i"i ni |„ : :-h Flooi 1 Mo! rlale, .is re,ui eii io thi .> s of I rl i If you %  .i Delve r i .. •' i-lief den in i hi > nmplntnl. 11 VTEI | -,1ns '.'Hi dn} ol Fi I F, II I.BATIIERM VN, Clerk, %  1! 1. I 11,1, Iis.uli lt> M CAVAI.ARIS Meputy i l,ik DAVID P i 'A I'SM i N ltth Fl -i H'l I-: I i..-I. i Si Miami 32, Florida 2 16 23, '" %  _'. n \ ... I I 2 % %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATICN IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH ._ DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY V CHNCERV, No. 62C 1498 VNN ': \l K VINES, : \ HOWARD VINES I %  %  :. n, lam SUIT FOR D.VORCE WARD VINES Vou. Howard \ Ines, ai. hei %  by no., %  %  mplalnt for 1 Uvorce you '"I ) "ii lulri d i" si rv < %  a cop> ,,f v < 'in Ansu.-i .-I Pleading i" Ihi Complaint .ai ihPlainl ff's attoi ne>. i I >av Id I,I. Liu in. 21 .-' I: I'iii Avi nue, Ml I, i|oi da, ami til.ih.,IN Inal \n l-i, idinc in the office of the Cli rk of the Circuit I "our! on ni bi foi, the I9lh '!.i> of March, 1962 If ilo s,.. Judgmenl b> defnull ink. ii .i'-., n-i \ on for th. in the BUI of Coin! H IN i: VND lRDI IRI !D al Miami. i thl 2th day ol Febi uai >. A I' LEATHERM VN, Cli k, ,;i • '".II t, I lade i 'ount) Florida K M l.VMAN heputy i 'Ii i k VI VN hirst Avi I %  ntlfl 2. %  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE NO. 52244 Notice ihei eb> gjvi n that No ih.mi. I VV Slcgel holdt r .ai ,,f cit> of Miami Tax Sale Ccrtlflrati Numbered 1126, dated the 1st day of June, A.D 19 ". has filed said I '< r %  II irate In my offii e, and has maili application for tax deed t" Issut Ihei • "ii in ai cordani % %  with ta Be I Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dadi i 'ount) Florida, to wil S 25' of W 71' Lot 10 Home Subdivision Plat Book B Page I'-'l in the ''iiv of Miami, Count) of Dade, Stati "i lloi Ida The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued ".is In the name of I'nknown I'nlrss said Ceri ui. ai.shall be r. lei mi d according to law, tax deed ill issue then in on Hi7th day of Man h, A D Dated this 30th da) "f January. \ D E B l.i: AI'lll'I'.MAN. ..111 I. Dade i %  Floi Ida B) it M LEEFER, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1468 THE WILLIAMSBURGH SAVING*! BANK, Plaintiff, EDWARD RAYMOND HARRIS and EUGENIA 81SSOON HARRIS, his wlfi et al. 11. f.-ndiinls. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Gerald Lee Kllday and Nina Jo Kilda). his wife i, .Mr. John W. Thompson Route i. Ashfoni. Alabama Vou anhereb) notified that the above captloned action has been Instituted against you in the Circuit Court "! the Judicial Circuit of Florida In ami for Dadi County to for.rlosi a mortgagi upon the following ,.. serllu ,l i %  il property: Lot 20, Block 12. P I N i: T RE E MANOR b'ECTION THREE according i" the Plai then of, ri col ded ll Plat Book 6.1 al Page 97 of the Public Ri "idnf i 'ad. i 'ounty. Florida togi thi r Ih lla Idalri Ri 11 Igerator Fl-122-.*i> and Frlgldain Wash... WCI-'s Vou nn i equlre '. to fib > our ai nwei i" i lalni HI"complaint i: 1> thi Clerk of 'I" • il '"in!. • %  |l) pon pill inlil'l"..Hi.i-i... MARTIN FINE, Uth Fl I ia, hederal Building, Miami %  ',-' Florida, not Ititi r than April -. 1962 or a I >eci •. Pro "onfi.--,, iii be en*. red .*-;< in-i > .ii 1 lated I.in uarj 26, il -' E. II. I.EATHERMAN, Cli rk, Circuit i '"in i. i '..1' "ount). Florida (seal i By: K M l.VMAN. i.. it) clerk MARTIN FINE Attorm > for Plaintiff nth Floor Pad. Federal Building Miami 32, Florida -1 •'. 28 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1555 ARTHUR PETER KELLY, Plaintiff, vs. CLARICE KELLY. Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: CLARICE KELLY Cafeteria Department Grumman Air. raft Corp Ih thpnee, N..1. YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been flVd against you, and you are required i" serve a copy of your Anwei or other pleading upon the plaintiffs attorney, GEORGE N. Ma, DON ELL, .","1 Blscayni Bldg., Miami :-,:', Florida, and til. the original An• ,i or pleading In the office of the. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before thi 19th day of March, 1962 otherwise Judgment b) default "ill l>taken agalnsl you for the relief demand* d in the Complaint. DATED, al Miami, Dade County, Florida, this Ihi 13th day of FebA 11. 1962. i: i: LEATHERMAN, C It Court. I B) M CAVALARIS, 1,. ; it; 'lerk 2 11 IN THE COUNTY JUBUE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IM PROBATE No. 55160-A IN RE i: tai ItES'SIE K VIIN, Deci NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \ 11 \ ... Vou are hi ,.,i lo presem 111.UP is \> ih., .-! ii. .-; %  easei late of Di County Judgi file the same In and as i a Sectloi FI( Statuti s, in thi 'oun • 'oui i se in I .. Ii • "ounty, Florida, within six months fi the time -.f the first pul .a. or the sail 'I Dated nl Miami, Florida, this 9th da) of Fi I ri ir) A.D, 1962. HILDA FINEBERG As Executrix Flrsl publication of this tin 16th day of fc'i bi u.n \. 196S HAKR\ /.IK ERNU 'K Attorne) foi Exi cutrlx IL'n I.iii. oln Rd., Mia %  Bi ; 2-9 Deputy Clerk 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET' ANY DOCUMENT (C10B BUlltTINS IITTM MP0RT PUADINGS) t8'-jx11 or 8 x14 B'ack A White Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAITI CASH SL CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 NE. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815 I t j I I i i t t i i i i i i • t %  -16-2 ie r-K i-uois



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Foot 16-B U~i*t rt*rHi *r Friday. Maich 2. 1962 l/NDff TMf STtlCT AWO CONSTANT tOCAI f ABB V/CA1 SUP£V/S/ON OF RABBI T(BO H. iTlKH PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY MARCH 9th FREEZER SALE! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this sale! We will CUT and WRAP your freezer purchases at no exfra charge. Please place your order EARLY for the wholesale CUTS you desire. Every Pound of Meat Sold with a Money-Back Guarantee! BEEF Forequarters 165 to 175 IB. AVERAGE WHOLE RIB OF BEEF c lb. 30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE RACK OF LAMB £ 5 to 6 LB. AVERAGE c lb. BREAST OF BEEF € lb. WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE CHUCK OF LAMB 15 to 20 LB. AVERAGE c lb. GENUINE GRADE "A" WHOLE LIVER Steer Liver A^ 10 LB AVERAGE II V lb. Calf Liver 2'/ 2 LB. AVERAGE • It 77.J STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, L OW PRICES! NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY CORAL WAY I 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER MIAMI Westchester Shopping Plan NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR