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

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

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

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cleivish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volwr.6 35 Number 10
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 9, 1962
Two Sections Price 20*
JOSEPH GOLAN STIRS CONTROVERSY
Gc/dmann Takes Issue
With Gclda Meir Over
Passport to WJC Exec
YoiiK (JTA) Dr.
Goldmann, president of the
\\.. lewish Congress, this week
sue with Israel's Foreign
\, Golda Meir who original
ed not to renew the Israeli.
: ol Joseph Golan, an of-
. the World Jewish Congress.
I,,..,- of dissatisfaction with his
S abroad, but later fol-
i Dr. G ildmann's interven-
reed to renew it [or one
>
i Israel Foreign Minister, it
.i- eported, objected especially
Golan's activities at the
- -ion of the United Nations
Assembly. It was under-
iat Mr. Golari had active
- with North African lead
also with leaders of the
r'LN i Moslem movement for an
.lent Algeria Emphasiz-
"no citizen of Israel, or of
Hieratic country, should be
a passport unless found
! the law," Dr Goldmann
"I take note, with satisfaction,
cf the statement of tt\e Foreign
Minister that differences of opin-
ion on political issues between
her and myself have nothing to
do with the tiff'culties made tc
Mr. Golan in getting his passport
renewed. I take the opportunity
to stale that the Foreign Minis
Continued on P>- 6-A
DR. ,,',..,(JM GOIDHIANN
-- <-rs fiff
Eshkol Optimistic for Israel's
Role in Europe Common Mk't
PARIS (JTA) Lev! Eshkol.
Israel's Finance Minister, who is
now busy conferring with the Eu-
ropean Common Market, told a
news conference here Monday thai
he lias found "considerable im-
provement" in the attitude of a
number of governments to Israel's
Furomart plans He said he is
convinced now that "a solution to
Israel's Common Market problems
will be found, sooner or later."
The Israeli Finance Minister re-
turned Monday to Brussels, where
the Common Market's Council ol
Ministersrepresenting the six na-
tions in Euromart opened its
HOPES FOR COMMERCE DASHED
Cairo
Reports Soviet Vow
To Bar Jewish Immigration
WASHINGTON(JTA>A Cairo broadcast in Hebrew, beamed t<
Israel and monitored here this week, quoted a Soviet diploma! as pre
dieting that "the campaign for emigration of .lews from the Soviet
Union would not succeed."
The broadcast said that the re-
marks were made by the First xvjtn the Arab League Assistant
Secretary of the Russian Embassy S(.(.n.,.,,-,, r>r. Sayyid Newfal. The
in Cairo, during conversations
Hebrew Academy
Dedication Set
Here on Sunday
SEE
PAGE 10-A
broadcast quoted the Soviet offi-
ial as asserting that Russian i
Jews "do not want to migrate to
Israel."
"It goes without saying that
the Soviet diplomat did not
make this declaration without
first consulting his superiors,"
said the broadcast, adding that
"one can be certain that this
declaration reflects the official
policy of the Soviet government."
Meanwhile, hopes for a renewal
of Israeli citrus exports to Russia
laded this week when a delegation
of the Israel Citrus Marketing
Hoard returned from a brief visit
to that country with a report that
there was no chance of such ex
. ports this year.
Members of the delegation went
to Russia on tourist visas and not
as members of the marketing
place the school's antiquated quar- board. However they sounded
ters at 918 6th st.. Miami Beach, j out Soviet officials on the possi
Local mayors of the community butty of **J^",S- ^
have proclaimed Hebrew Acad- said theWt that there^JMJ
emy Week, which will include a no indication
variety of events following on the
. ch -.- ion. I.i Paris. Mr. Esh-
kl n'. I \ Hi the new Fi en h M n-
:-:> r ol mance, V'alerj Giscard dc
ug.
Al Bras sels o i 'l uesday. Mr Esh-
kol was '" meel with Prof. Walter
H: a i n, ol Germany, president
ol 'he European Economic Com-
munity's executive committee, and
v.ah the Foreign Minister ol Lux-
mboui The six nations belong-
i... to the Common Market are
Fra ce, I il; < s Ci ti lar.x -i
gium, The Netherlands and Lux-
eml ourg
At his prebs conference, Mr.
Eshkol cuilined what Israel be-
lieves to be the "minimum and
rtkquate" results it hopes to
aclveve with the approval of the
C EC Ministerial Council. Israel
expects !o ask IMt a tpecial EEC
Commission, which has already
surveyed the situation concern-
ing Israel and the EEC, make
concrete recommendations con-
cerning the EEC-Israeli relation-
ships. Israel also seeks the es-
tablishment of a mixed body,
consisting cf representatives of
the EEC and of Israel, to ex-
amine the existing problems and
work toward their solution.
Must foreign statesmen with
whom Mr. Eshkol has conferred
have given assurances that they
would support Israel's stand and
that Ihey understand Israel's par-
ticular problems. These include
even the Italian Cabinet Ministers,
tin Italian Minister of Agriculture
among them The latter has shown
Jewish Homes
it in Algeria;
errorism Rife
ALGIERS (JTA) Jewish and Moslem shopkeepers and hoi
were the principal targets ol a series of predawn bombings earlj '>:
lay, evidentl) staged by the OAS. the French underground opposed ti
he planned cease-fire being arranged between de Gaulle government
i nd the Fl.N. Ihe Moslem independence movement.
While no deaths were reported, there were at least 12 casualties,
ni st o: them being Jewish or Moslems. The attacks, resulting in about
133 bomb explo ions in a period ol an hour and a half, were apparently
aimed at Ihe shops and homes oi Jews and Moslems who had refused
o contribute funds to the OAS.
Rows ol sh ps were shattered in the explosions, and manj ol
store were sel afire. Police arrested 13 Frenchmen charged with
comm'tting th? atrocities, and defused 15 bombs containing plastic
xplosives
FOUNDATION PR'.ZE TO MINDUN
Jewish Floridian Editor Wins
Hatioftal Journalism Award
i
,\ function on the evening of Mar 15 al the Fontainebleau hotel
.,,. in De the le ol the presentation of the Louis LaMed Award to Leo
Mindlin executi' e editor ol The Jewish Floridian.
The a\ ard was announced last week in New York by the National
i, n for lev ish Cult ure.
.ponsoring organ zalion tor the an-
nual citati m.
The i1 stinguisht .1 a vard is being
onferred up >n Mindlin "for bis
>ulstand ng pre enlation ap-
pearing in The Jewish Floridian
. which was expert in its re-
>orting and daeply analytical of
lewish culture in the American
lewish community today."
Mirdlin won the LaMed Award
for a scries of three articles in
The Jewih Floridian last year
on Jewish Book Month. The
award, presented by the National
Foundation for Jewish Culture
for the first time in 1961, also
generally cites Mindlin for his
"interpretation of Jewish culture
in the American Jewish press."
The National Foundation for
i'lUOrig llll-lll. IIHKI.'n nao *>.."... .,,,,, ___,.li; ,u.l 1.
the same understanding exhibited Jewish Culture was establ shed b>
by his Cabinet colleagues when Mr. the Council of Jewish, r ederations
Eshkol explained that Israel's land Welfare Funds at a CJFW I-
too small to en- General Assembly in San Fran-
ctrus output is
Continued on Page 15-A
Continued on Pane 5-A
IE0 MINDLIN
, Book Month series
The new Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami will be dedicated
in ceremonies Sunday 10:30 a.m.,
at the school's site on Pinetree dr
and 24th st.
Academy officials are hoping to
move into the building by next
month, but dedication will come
just 13 months after groundbreak-
ing ceremonies for the million dol-
lar plant, which i scheduled to re
0VER-THE-T0P COMMITTEE FORMED HERE
OAppeal Reaches $1 Million Mark
heels of the Sunday dedication.
Culmination will be the Ha
Continued on Page 6-A
were any possibilities for the next
season.
Soviet Russia halted all oil sales
to Israel as a reprisal for the 1956
Sinai campaign.
A leadership r e port meeting
Tuesay put the 192 Combined
Jewish Appeal over the SI.000.000
mark, according to chairman Cal
Kovens.
At a meeting of the executive
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation on Wednesday.
Kovens also announced the ap-
pointment of Leonard Rosen as
chairman of an "Over the Top"
Kovens said the committee of
top Greater Miami community
leaders is being formed "to fore-
stall any slackening of effort as
we hoad into the last lap of the
campaign."
"Advance reports indicate that
our meeting Friday will bring our
total over the million mark."
Rosen, a strong backer of Fed-
eration and C.I A for many years.
is active in the Pacesetters For
several years, he also headed the
CJA Construction Division.
Rosen said be will announce ap-
pointments to his new "Over the
Top" committee in the near fu-
ture.
"I welcome the opportunity to
Kovens said. "With that milestone p|ay (nis part in assuring the sue-
behind us. we must make a special cess 0r y,^ vila\ effort." Rosen
ttee to bring the New Hori-i effort to maintain our momentum said ..j {eei sure we will be able
zons campaign to a successful con-1 and to give fresh impetus to the
elusion. campaign."

Continued on Page 3-A


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Page 2-A
*Jewish fhoridfiTiti
Friday. March 9. 1982
United Fund
Elects Kislok
Campaign Chief
.lay I. Klslak, president of the
mortgage firm bearing Ins name.
has been appointed !.'>,;'- campa; n
chairman for the Ui il : Fur.d f
Dadc Count). il was in ihbd bjy
William C, Lantafl
pn :
Kislak sen ed vi<
chairman in I
ilo is also a men
board ol din ctoi
siiy if Miami ( I. J
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.iiv and D I >'
the A '. il
Fund ui' m
VV< are fcrl t Mr. KU
lak has acc< pted I
n> His exporlei af-
fairs and fund-rais le in-
valuable in thi :. campaign.*'
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The new campaign chairman
moved tc Miami in 1954. He s
a graduate of (he Wharf on
School cf Fir.arc* o< ihe Univar-
sity of Pennsylvania and "js a
naval aviator in Wo II.
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United Fund met
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At Beth Am
Pfeffer, genera! counsel <>t
the American Jewish Congress, and
: the Commission on Law
au IS I Aci ill speak a:
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JERSALEM-(JTA)A bill to
ban pig raising in n'\ but a few
non-Jewish areas in Israel passed
its first reading this week in Is-
rael's Parliament by a vote of 39
i,i 23. with five abste I
it lid puties w alked out
;-,i th K :essel I bbj ju >l
c The bill was supported
v \.iitonal Reli [ii s Part)
lat I most bcrs ol
Via >a I two Liber I
any den es I i>"
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erals rut depul
Th.' Poa'e Igudal rael did mil
ession an i fii i
menil ers ol Mapai a staii
The supporters included two
Arab deputies, who expressed re-
gret lhat the ban did not apply
to the entire country. It exempts
.Naiaroth and other Galilee sec-
tions with predominantly Chris-
tian-Arab populations. Sheikh
Jadar Maudi, who addressed tha
Knesset, said that th Moslems
of Shfar3m, his constituency,
were c^sturbed by t'-e presence
there of a pigsty operated by a
Jew. He said ether ex-jmpled
localities also were populated by
Moslems to whom swine was of-
fensive for religious reasons.
:ilb
epul
ers.lt] i fi no of I 1
.
the prrn..-.'.. ed ioi
rp The im asure
v\ou ivei conlisi ation ol
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The sponsors, who included two
members ol the Mapai Party.
three Religious Bloc deputies and
a Herut deputy, a Ivanced the tra-
ditional arguments against pigs
rhe> stressed that the national as-
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pect was not less than the religious
one. arguing that much of Jewish
martyrdom through the centuries
was associated with its rejection.
CriticUm of the pryposaj^ ranged
Hum arguments against "religious
coercion" to statistics citing a pro-
gressive increase of pigs through-
out Ihe world
The statistics were submitted
by Yaacov Riftin of the leftist
Mapam, who asserted that P'O
meat was the cheapest source of
nuiriticn; that in the United
States, it provided 42 percent of
m?2* eonoui'ppticn; and that h?
saw no reason to yield to "psy-
chological terror."
Nahum Mir of leftist A c h d u t
Va odah argued thai Israel was not
a theocracy and that the bill Ihen
lore would he tantamount to com
pulsion, He also argued lhat two-
thirds of the budget of a village
;i mil i.i Tel Avis. Azur, was de-
rived from pig-breedine He sail
. had receivel a pet ition lo this
effect from the \ llagers The bill
aim become law alter three ri
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1962
*Jk m fsfi ITkr//difftjn
Page 3-A
Rabbi Stem to be Honored at Banquet;
Community Leaders to Attend Sun. Fete
. *
is school safety pa'.rol will bo honor- Berkow, Sanford Roth
g Sabbath services at Temple Beth end row are Michael
Front row ;;e:t to right) are Jeffrey a::.! David Slachter.
..-: Jimmy Baro3, Del rolei Michcr-1 Stuart Sutta.
, and Ricky Beriin. Sec-
Linet, R:na Magolnick,
Rear are Paul Sutta and
Combined Appeal Reaches Million
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v vigor iv 11 the i
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LEONARD ROSIN
Kovtns s*id Tuesday's report
r.ieetiro was the first in. a reg-
u!cr series of sucli mee'^si to
keep co.timur.itv leadership in
close lo'.ch with dav-t->-eJay ac-
tivities in the final phases o; ti'.e
campaign.
D renl I JA rt .- ins
i out for h' nor s each
meeting Kov< ns added.
Tuesda; mi i I
Mercantile Dn isi in, h e a b;
Jordan M a r s h president, I
Macht, and th i Constr -
ion, headed by co-chairmen David
Pleeman and Max Goldsteii
Awards wore presented to key
workers in each division "whose
exemplary i fforts have played an
important role in the 1962 cam-
aign," Kovens .said.
Sounding a final cautious note,
Kovens urged community leaders
in throw "renewed energy" into
the campaign.
irst milli ...-
............
Rabb Til Stern will b<
Bred at a tea ....'. lei on
Sunday evening at th< Dei
hotel,
Miami Beach Councilman Mar-
ch Liberman is general chairman
of the banquet, which is being ten-
dered by Beth Jacob Congregation,
of which Rabbi Stern is spiritual
leader.
Community civic and religious
leaders will b< featured on the
propram. Liberman declared, add-
ing th< representatives of the City
o. Miami Beach and the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Assn. arc also
slated to parti< ipati
Rabbi Stern came to Miami
Beach seven years aso, "and his
dynamic leadership has made an
impact not only upon the growth
cf Be!h Jacob Ccngregafion but
upon every aspect of our civic
a.-d religious community endeav-
or," Liberman asserted.
Bi r-
chair the bi iquet.

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i n is planning its 16
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: ::. ,,i Temple Ner Tarn id".
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Friday, March 9. 1962
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Volume 35 Number 10
Friday, March 9, 1962
3 II Adar 5722
The European
Common Market
Israel's drive to achieve friend-
ships among the African coun-
tries has been a masterstroke of
diplomacy based on an accident
c: events.
The newly-emerging nations on
the Dark Continent have their
newness in common with Israel,
if nothing else. And it is cer-
tainly this similarity that has
eased the task of building a
bridge of understanding to them,
which Israel sems so successfully
to be doing.
For their part, the Africans see
in Israel an embodiment of all
the technical and scientific skill
that is basic to the Western world.
It is these skills they need; the
West they tend to distrust, and
worse. Hence, the friendships and
hence, too, the admiration which
many of the African countries re-
peatedly express for Israel.
That the Arab countries have
closed the Suez Canal to Israeli
commerce also plays a role here.
Without this, Israel might have
too long remained blind to the
possibilities in Africa, her eyes fastened on
Europe, instead.
But Europe should not be counted out of
Israel's aspirations, as her efforts this week
sc industriously prove. Israel is seeking affil-
iation with the European Comrr.cn Markc-t, a
relationship her leaders feel wculd be detri-
ment! to the young repub'ic's best interests if
3 not achieved. ECM is, itself, one of the
noblest experiments to emerge out of the
shambles of World War II. Should it pi
ressful the European Common Market will
w the North t
n as a rin e cause in the tnd most
jse of Europe's hist
tthout membership in ECM,
ere, such as they are, w e hope-
damaged. Neither is this a one-way
iet, for there is just cause to show I
Europe would also find Israel's alliance a pro-
fitable one. Nevertheless, there is severe
pressure being brought to bear to prevent Is-
rael's affiliation among others, from the
Arabs, who are exerting every effort to force
the Germans into a neaative stand.
And, sadly, for the first time in post-war
history. West Germany seems to be showing
an increasing sympathy toward the Arab point
of view. The Germans, the richest and most
influential nation on the European continent
today, are of course the cornerstone of ECM.
That they are becoming increasing truculent
with respect to Israel as the day of the end
of the Reparations Agreement nears, is an un-
happy sign of perhaps unhappier things to
come.
Nevertheless, in the French, Israel has a
solid friend, which seems to be pleading her
cause well. We can only wish this spokes-
man success. Israeli progress is at stake.
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STILL WAtT.'NG
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LaMed Award to Mindlin
The Jewish Floridian is honored by the
award Leo Mindlin has received from the
National Foundation for Jewish Culture. Over
the years, as executive editor of The Jewish
iian, he has consistently contributed to
its betterment as an organ of Jewish ccr..-
ity expression.
hat the Foundation I
for its Louis LaMed .
r I i:.' ta-
re in the An
is a prime qcai of Tl
. its set ce to G::a;er Mi imi I
Mindlin has
. e this end.
In : ion to the signal honor to I
the cr..... anticipates the growing regai
which c mmunities across the nation hold the
Jewish press. Mindlin's contributions to this
regcrd. we believe, are notable. His winning
the LcMed Award is a distinguished recogni-
tion of them.
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
The First Million is Easy
The Combined Jewish Appeal campaign
has hit the million dollar mark. On the one
hand, this is good news. On the other, it
suggests that Greater Miami Jewry must re-
double its efforts if the 1962 drive for philan-
thropic funds is to be a successful one.
CJA officials put it bluntly: The first mil-
lion is easy; what come after that will be
considerably harder.
After the first million, is the job ahead.
Let us tackle it.
The New Hebrew Academy
A years-long dream will be fulfilled for
ardent supporters of the Hebrew Academy
when the new Academy is dedicated in spe-
cial ceremonies on Sunday morning. (See
Page 10-A.)
The all-day school has had a long and
hard uphill battle to emerge from its inade-
guate and near-condemned quarters into this
beautiful and modern plant for the education
of our youth situated on Pinetree dr. and 24th st.
Supporters of the school may well be proud
of the record it has established in the Jewish
and secular fields of study. Its students con-
sistently score in the top percentile of the Dade
county school system; and, as scholars of the
Jewish heritage, their curriculum is praised by
educators and knowledgeable laymen alike.
The dedication ceremony Sunday will open
a week of activities by Greater Miami Jewish
organizations in honor of the new Hebrew
Academy. This will culminate in a dinner and
ball on Mar. 18.
Hebrew Academy leaders and parents are
happy that their dream has finally become a
reality. They feel it was one well worth wait-
ing for. The community is the beneficiary of
their endeavor in the form of the new school
now receiving its final, proud touches.
I ADDRESSED some young
people at Temple Emanu-
(l.iril.0 I ill4 WCCk El on Sunday, and u re-
UUI llg UK WCCiV mjn(lrd of a Mory. A simplo
hearted Jew. uneducated in
the word of the Tor a I- but
snvttcn with God. went to hear
a famous Magid (preacher)
speak. On his return home.
I the Jew met a variety of
m friends, all of whom demand-
ed to know what the Magid
had said. To each, in turn, the Jew replied ecstatically: "What did
he say? Oh. Lord in Heaven what did he say?" The last of the
curious, vexed with the vagueness of the reply, scolded: "Your'e
simply repeating the question not answering me." To which the
Jew. more ecstatically than ever, patiently retorted: "What did he
say? Oh. Lord in Heaven what didn't he say?"
The truth of the matter is that the simple Jew really didn't under-
stand the Magid's sermon. But neither, in his inverted answers to
his friends, was he evading a confession of his ignorance or vorse,
lying. What, in fact, the Magid said hardly mattered: and it would
moan little n.ore to tiie Jew if he did understand. For the Jew was
simply reacting in his God-smitten state. He was responding to the
spirit df his Jewish consciousness as a condition ci the incient
heritage into which he had been born.
What didn'l he say?" This was the Jew's all i v
I i fore the Magid in the role of a symbol of Jewish! i n the
Magid in terms of Jewish intellectualism. There i- :in
interesting tradition ol such simple-hearted Jews, I r example in
the literature I S! lem Aleichem Jews fired by I Wor d,
who quote 'hi Word endlessly, even if mistranslated and l ol
context.
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INCLINATION TOWARD MORAL AND SPIRITUAL VALUES
UMERE THESE IGNORANT Jews? I hardly think so. As a r-.attcr
"" of fact, it is sad to contemplate their demise. For if thev are
gone from among us. so too is their God-smitten nature. And this is
perhaps the substance of the anxiety of contemporary Jews that
they are not God-smitten like Sholem Aleichem's Jews, or the Jew
who went to hear the Magid.
Let me hasten to say that I do not deplore the disappearance of
Pavlov-conditioned Jews as a prototype. Simple-mindedness is rarely
if ever a virtue in itself: neither do I make a plea for "automaton
Judaism." But what may we "sophisticated" Jews boast today that
makes us more worthy of the name other than that we can "ex-
plain" the religious experience in terms of Frazer's "Golden Bough"
or Reich's "Psychoanalysis of Ritual."
We have, in fact, nothing more and perhaps less. Not only
would most of us also fail to understand the Magid: we are, alas, and
in addition, no longer conscious of Jewish heritage as a chalice
proudly to be borne.
This makes us. it seems to me. less than the Jew whose intellec-
tual failings we find amusing in Sholem Aleichem. I do not. inci-
dentally, mean by God-smitten a necessary categorical identification
with religious practice. Rather, bv the term. I mean a sympathetic
inclination toward moral and spiritual values wherever the) may be
found whether i.i religion or art or music or literature or science
or politics.
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THf REAUSTK MEANS TO AN END
IT IS TH = Sc thin for which the Jew showed rcvei nc whil loft-
ing 1 nee to I Magid, w ho s\ ed them all.
' thi are rapidly kmi A cas i i : oint:
ti' phoned thi ither day i congi atula e" me
II v.-
f (myself; m re< thout fc-ar" ....
: : i : ns parti
. lo
irth.
alter i that i takes
roviding sj '
i the i :-
: nan
rho I not l
During 1 recent pi si thai e silenl hen
thej should have beer pr< during th il b
painfullj apparent thai < an 10 longer God smitti i I mean hi
the leaders among us on th scen< who held their counsel in the
of massive assaults against a citizen's "simple" rights. Neither is
this a digression, but further evidence that the loss ol God-smitten
fervor is equally sad in all the affairs of man. and in whatever horizon
of his endeavor, political no less than religious.
But back to my caller. It is clear that many Jewish organiza-
tions, philanthropically. culturally, or however motivated they may
be. must ring up a high score of sympathy for their good works on
the cash register of American society. In these terms, they should
be encouraged in their adulation of popular actors and other person-
alities that make exciting newspaper copy and that gather audiences
easily. It would be unrealistic to do otherwise, for these are, in com-
mon terms, the means to an end.

LIEELINE TO THt JEWISH CONTINUUM
fHEN MEANS AND ends are confused when the adoration be-
comes as personally meaningful as the philanthropy or the cul-
ture there we have succumbed to the silence that is the human
consciousness not smitten by the spirit of God.
Let, therefore, the philanthropies play on. Let Jews, in order
to entice the interest of other Jews, resort to the favor of non-Jews if
they will, especially since this is a proven formula for success. But
let them also know their roots that to be God-smitten is the unique
quality of a Jew and that, unless they are God-smitten, they raise
funds not for Jews but for silence.
This is another way of repeating what was said here last week:
Let us praise our Eddie Cantors, but let us also recognize and adore
the poets among us even if we must answer with many of those
who have come before: "What did he not say?"
For the happy paradox of our history is that the "Am Ha'aretz'
(simple-minded Jew) served as the cornerstone of the "Am Ha'sefer'
(People of the Book). And the sad paradox of our own time js that
the "Am Ha'sefer" seems to be withering even as the "Am Ha'aretz"
has given way to the sophisticated knowledge of Frazer and Reich.
"What did he not say?" This is better than Frazer of Reich,
indeed, it is the lifeline to our Jewish continuum. All else5- stems
commentary.


Friday, March 9. 1962
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J, ,. h FlorieUar as ev-d?t-e >>*
tie growing distinction which
Mi English Jewish prers is be-
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ities *'>:/ ie tici. '
president of the University of Mi-
ami, and dean of community rela-
tions, unable to attend because o
,,.,,., nrior commitments in San Fran-
al and local Jewish community al journalism honorary, and Si* ctaco on ,hat datc. ,his week des-
leader, will be master of cere- ma Delta Omicron, literary honor-
es for the Mar 15 event. ary society. | represent the U of M at the func
Myers, founder president of the
ignated Dr. John I. McCollum to
event, ary society.
He is a holder of the Alliance Hon. Dr. McCollum is chairman of
Crea.er Miami Jewish Federation, [Francaise, an award presented to the Department of English Langu-
served five terms as president of him by the Government of France, age and Literature at the umver-
I I luicu ot Jewish I-operations; ,, ,. ,..,.. ...
a I Welfare Funds, overall &-JttTjJ* Franklln *""" MU _
or -i iti ; a jenc> ol Ji.....sh F k!
er; : \ throughout the United
S a and Ca a. a. Curre tlj. I e
a < hail i.....i i I the I card
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J.^MEf C. MYtffS
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ion aft.' r th.-
Joan Fie I '., irrterniHer.ilIy-
renowned violin virtuoso
r si fo -i 'igun Pram
SI cm Sui*, by F. r n e t Ble-ch.
Miss Field '- a T>l*funken re-
ecrding artist, whtse reterf re-
corded ;:-;*orr- p-es W'lh Some
of Europe's leading symphony
orches'ra-> Inclt'de ti- wor'/s of
Mozart, Beet '.\ oven, Dvorak,
Spohr, ar.d Bruch. Annually, sne
scores triumphs en her Euro-
pean concert circuit.
Invitations to 1 lie event have al-
ready boen issued to leaders of the
Greater Miami communit) in the
educational, civic, cultural, phil-
anthropic, roll jious, weltare. and
related fields.
Arthur S. Ft" i ban, xecutive
ol the G r eat< r Miami
i ish Fc Ii ra on, w II rent esent
iniz tion .it the award cere-
monies. Federation is the central
n i and community-p!
ni:'_ agenc) of the Jewish com-
munity hen
Mindlin is :i former member of
the English faculty at the U liver-
- of Miami. He lecture s w idely
here on a variety of politic il, so-
cial, and cultural subjects. M inj
if hi- columns have beer repro-
uced nal r.ally. f' is a
if the Floi Ida region of the A ti
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Florida board of the Am< r
Friends ol the Hebrew Universit}
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ber of the Large City Budgeting
Conference, and Stanley C. Myers,
Federation executive committee
member, and board member of
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Friday. March 9. 19oZ
Richard Basker, builder, buys a Hebrew Academy "brick"
!:om Mrs. Leonard Rosen (riaht). chairman of the school's
crick campaign, and Mrs. Jack Bucksbaum. co-chairman.
New Hebrew Academy Dedication
To Open Week of Celebration
Continued from Page 1-A
brew Academy dinner and ball
en Sunday night. Mar. 1, at the
Deauville hotel, featuring noted
television star and comedian,
Sam Levenson.
Toastmasler for the Sunday
morning dedication here will be
Maurice Revitz. chairman of the
Hebrew Academy executive com-
mittee and president of Temple
Menorah. Revitz. together with
Leonard Rosen, will act as co-
chairman of the eight-day dedica-
tion program.
Pre-Schoolers
At Beth Torah
Activities for pre-school students
nil] be offered by Beth Torah Cong-
regation with full and half-day pro-
grams to be held from June 25 to
A' g. 17.
Sessions will be horn 9 to 12 noon
1 to 4 p.m.. or for the entire day.
9 to 4 p.m.. with the professional
stilt uf the year round nursery
school conducting the program un-
der the direction of Mrs. Sidney
Kay, preschool supervisor.
Crafts, music, games and out-
door play will be offered with a
special registration fee for non-
members of the congregation.
Transportation will be offered.
This program will complement
th> full-day summer camp program
ol:ered by the congregation.
B. I. Binder, president of the
Academy, said that a triple rib-
bon-cutting ceremony will be fea-
tured, in which principal patrons
of the school will cut the ribbons
to the three building facilities they
have endowed Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Charcousky. Mr and Mrs
Louis Merwitzer, and Mr. Jacob
Cohen and family, in memory of
Dora Cohen.
Officials of the Academy affili-
ate organizations will bring greet-
ings, as well as representatives of
city officials and Greater Miami
religious, civic, and philanthropic
organizations.
Prior to the official dedication
of the school on Sunday, a special
Hebrew Academy Sabbath will
take place throughout Greater Mi-
ami, where rabbis in local syna-
gogues will address their respec-
tive congregations on 'The Im-
portance of Future Functions of
the Newly Constructed Academy.'
"The Impact of the Education
to be Afforded in the New Hebrew
Academy" will be addre>sed to
other local congregations on Sat-
urday, when award-winning ora-
tory students from the school will
make personal appearances at sev-
eral hotels located in Greater Mi-
ami.
Free loan Meeting
Hebrew Free Loan Assn. of
Ci!eater Miami will meet Monday
e\cning at Beth F! Congregation.
A new film on Israel will be shown
magnificent
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DOG RACING
Meir, Goldmann Dispute Passport
Continued from Page 1-A
try of Israel, with whom the
World Jewish Congress has al-
ways maintained contact on mat-
ters of common interest, has
never tried to determine the poli-
cies of the World Jewish Con-
gress.
"The Israeli Government under-
stands fully that the rai--on d'etre
nl the World Jewish Congress, rep-
resenting so m a n y Jewish com-
munities in the world lor united ac-
tion, is based on its complete in-
d< pendence of I>rael and its poli-
cies. But it is self-evident that
many Jei>h problems are. natural-
ly of primary interest both to Is-
rael and to the World Jewish
Congress. The permanent contact
with Israel and an attempt to work
cut a common policy on problems
ol common interest is in the na-
ture of thum-
\- tor the difficulties made in
renewing the pas>pur: ot Mr. Golan
and the final decision to issue the
passport only for one year, which
the Minister of the Interior decided
upon at the request of the Foreign
Ministry. I view this as a very seri-
DUS problem I! has nothing to do
with the personal case of Mr. Go-
lan, who. anyhow, after eight years
of absence from Israel wanted to
go back, at least for a certain time,
and work for the Israel executive
of the World Jewish Congress.
"However, there are two other
fundamental questions involved.
First is the implication, which some
may read into the Foreign Minis-
try's action, that citizens of Israel
working in personal capacity in in-
ternational organizations and bod-
ies are expected to carry out their
duties in line with the ofticial
views of the Israel Government.
"It is not necessary, I think, to
discuss in detail the fact that,
often in the past, citizens of other
countriesJews as well as non-
Jewsspoke up and worked for
the cause of Zionism and Israel
even when the line they took was
rat favored by their respective
governments. It might be well to
consider whether the refusal to
extend Mr. Golan's passport may .
rot present a precedent unde-
sired by those who have the good
of Israel and of the Jewish peo-
ple at their heart.
The second issue is the right
which the Government of Israel
seems to assume, to deny to an Is-
raeli citizen a passport not because
he has in any way violated the law
but because, as I was told, he is
;; -ecurity risk.' In my best opin-
ion, there was nothing in Mr. Go-
lan's actions which could make him
a security risk' within the terms
Used in a free, democratic society.
Neither has such a charge official-
ly been made and. indeed, never
did the Israel Government preler
such tormal charges in court or
otherwise.
"If the right to deny a passport
to somebody considered as 'securi-
ty risk' in the opinion of a member
of the Israel Government i~ up-
held, every Israeli who has to do
political work outside of Israel can
be denied this possibility by the
simple administrative act of refus-
ing him a passport.
"I hope that those who are in-
terested in maintaining the image
of Israel as a truly democratic
and free country will study this
matter and make sure that every
citizen has a right to a passport
cnless he is found guilty of viola-
tions of the law, and that this
principle be made the basis of
the actual practice on behalf of
the Minister of Interior."
(In Jerusalem. Mrs. Meir de-
clined to discuss the nature of Mr.
Golan's activities which prompted
her action. She said that it re-
quested to do so. she would give a
full report to the Foreign Altairs
and Security Committee of the ;-
rael Parliament. She stated truf
on several occasions she had dii-
cussed Mr. Golan's activities Wtttl
Dr. Goldmann and Mr. Golan hint*
self.)
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*Jmisti HcrkUar
Friday, March 9, 1962
Crucial Events Behind Statehood Reviewed
By LEON J. ELL
There are many rumors cir-
; ..luting these days around the
United States de facto recogni-
tion of Israel back in 1948. alleg-
ing that such and such a politician
(r such and such a Zionist leader
was solely, responsible or at
least helped get U.S. recognition.
These are without basis in fact
I believe, would be resented
i : rmei President Harr y S.
an (lection upon his
of action who, dur-
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- ..- tenure in the White House.
showed .i notable propensity for
i 11 ting group pressures. It
*ould also be unfair to the late
Eddie Jacobson, of Kansas
City, President Truman's for-
mer business partner and a Tru-
man confidant, who served his
country and our people well dur-
ing a crucial hour in the history
c? the creation of the State of
. srael.
I am privileged to have count-
ed myself a dear friend of Mr.
Jacobson. My firsthand informa-
tion indicates the iollowing:
In the early part of December.
1948. Eddie Jacobson invited me
to a luncheon given in his honor
at the Muelbach hotel in Kansas
City I came to the luncheon
and was seated opposite a set-
ting for the guest speaker. The
seat was still unoccupied, and I
asked Eddie who would be sit-
there facing me. Eddie was
under the impression that Fed-
eral Judge Evans, whom we both
. would occupy the seat.
Occupied with my filet mignon.
w ith my back to the en-
At Table: Left ere Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fc ob-
son. Fiiih and sixth from left are Mr. end Mrs.
Leon J. E!'. Rirjht are Mr. and Mrs. M.':o
Rosenberg, friends of the Jacobsons. and a
member of the company comm~n !**d by
idenl Truman during Word War 1. Miss
Jacobson faces her father.
trance. I heard an anno i ci
ment: "The President ol the Uni-
ted States." I turned around and
saw President Truman and his
lie entering the dining room.
Truman had come from Wash-
ington to pay a surprise visit in
honor of Eddie Jacobson. The
President was seated at the un-
occupied setting facing me.
After the luncheon was over.
Mr. Truman spoke extemporane-
ously, dwelling on his "warm
and close" friendship with Eddie.
and then delved into the matter
uppermost in the minds of the
men at the luncheon.
*
In his informal talk, the Pres-
ident reported that he had
changed his mind about an in-
dependent Israel, and that he
would henceforth press for a trus-
teeship for fear that indepen-
dence might encourage millions
of Arabs, especially the Jordan
Army, to slaughter the Jews and
throw them into the sea. as they
had threatened to do. Secondly,
he emphasized that Russia was
the i .;i "f the N< i En and
that he was cautious out of a
senst of concern fir Russian ag-
-ion.
Mr. Truman then bluntly a'-
tacked Stali i. I icidentally. the
press took his belligerent and
critical statements against Stalin
nit (.: context and spread them
throughout the American press,
which made world news: For the
first time in modern history, the
head of a great State unceremon-
iously and mercilessly attacked
the head of another State.
It was my impression that Mr.
Truman was trying to explain
that his change of heart about
independence did not stem from
his lack of interest or feeling in
behalf of Israel, and that it was
these fe irs < hi I largely shaped
I.. d<
The Preside:: c< dd i 11 help
but speak ri'-:,t at me. since 1
scaled opp isite him. His re-
mat k- must ha. e r< g sti red deep
com rn and in en I on my face
p.riiaps i ,r this very reason he
subsequently made some person-
al inqi ine.s about me.
The President and his entour-
age, including Eddie, retired to
the Presidential Suite at the
Muelbach hotel. Most of the
men at the luncheon remained in
the dining room talking excitedly
about the great honor the Presi-
dent had bestowed on Eddie with
his special trip from Washington.
About fifteen minutes later.
Eddie returned from the Presi-
dential Suite and told rr. -. that
Mr. Truman had asked about the
man seated opposite mm. The
President wants you to come up
to his suite," he said ;;- jnts
to ask you some question
Minutes later, we were intro-
duced. Mr. Truman pointed in
the direction ol a divan. .{,; sal
down at the o hn end, i in>
n.hi leg folded under hi'-: in a
cot.'iK.nab.e. and informs i >si-

The Pr< side I pMed m .win
cu tiers on the mititar co-
11 mic .i I agricali iral .-. 0I
:!..: ir Israel, pan
ng ii il .-i
ale ol i pa To m;
(d ;e, his .,
I. v : ilj
i :r inic: view i I .
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red, i i.v.i. les ct-
I. ily ui 1.1
I ei aus i iu i go
. ih the Gr< at( r M ami :-n
Fe l< t il .ii. i1 legal
n the 4th i i Jar.uarx.
I left th. Mm Ibi hotel '
lun ed o my suite ;.; the
Apartment hotel en the I iza in
Kansas City. Within mm.. I
I ol :in urgent telephone ca.i from
an a'torney by the name ot Harry
Shishkin, a past president il (he
Zionist Organisation oi Kansas
City, importuning me to attend a
dinner meeting that evening .liv-
en in honor of Lou Siegal, .i laboc
member of the Jewish Agency.
Siegal specifically urged mat I
come to the dinner because he
wan'ed to hear what had passed
between Mr Truman and me. I
reluctantly agreed to attend the
dinner and give an uccounling of
our conversation plus my im
pressions of my recent visit to
Israel.
NEXT WEEK: The Truman
Vie.v Reconsidered.
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Day School Support Urged
By Special Report
NEW YORKThe National Coun-
... for Jewish Education, at a
of its executive board
r Ived to call upon Fed-
ations and Welfare Funds
roughout the country to extend
ancial support to Jewish All-Day
lOols, it was announced by Dr.
seph Diamond, president of the
Council.
"This aid should be extended
ough the central Bureau of Jew-
ish Education in communities
where central agencies exist, and
where no such agency exists, di-
rectly through the Federation and
Welfare Funds."' the resolution de-
cares.
The National Council for Jew-
ish Education, forthermore, called
upon Bureaus of Jewish Education
eery v. here "to foster and encour-
a i the growth and deelopment of
Jewish All Day Schools in their
respective communities, and to
make available to the day schools
professional guidance and finan-
cial, moral and educational as-
ance as are usually offered by
them to other types or systems of
Jewish education."
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*Jevlsf) fkrldiicin
Page 9-A
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'i bill in the State Assemblyspe- would not interfere with schechita,
f c;Ty exempt schechita as a hu-
i-a-.e method of killing.
Jew
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Ish warnings were issued this I Jewi-h ritual .slaughter in the State
he practical effect of passage of
the measures would be to halt all
Tie comrnif.ee added, however, tortar meat provisions within the
!. u since there are not now any | state,
Ihc lewish Community Relations t. ,p& ,f rr handling available to he
",k that the Conklin Humane by forbidding shackling and hoist- Committee of Uticn said ha I the ..IV. volk 3bbaMoirs, other than The same point *" -
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Page 10-A
fJenisti flcridian
Friday. March 9, 1962
New Hebrew Academy to be Dedicate!
Festivity Will Set Stage
For Gala Week to Mark
School's Near Completion
Thirteen months after ground-
n aking, government officials
': a gala eight days of festivi-
next week when the dedica-
tion ceremony of the new He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami
akes place on Sunday morning,
i0:30 a.m.. at the school's new
site, 24;h st. and Pinetree dr
Proclaimed as Hebrew Acad-
emy Week by local Mayors Rob-
ert King High of Miami. Kenneth
Oka of Miami Beach. Shepard
Broad of Bay Harbor, and Irving
Schulman of Surfside. some of the
events scheduled during the week
include the dedication ceremony
itself, which is open to the pub-
lic, a tour of the new building
i.nd grounds, luncheons for local
organizations in the school's mod-
(inner at the Deauville hotel on
Mar. 18. featuring noted enter-
tainer Sam Levenson as guest
speaker
At the dedication ceremony on
Sunday Greetings will be ofter-
d by Rabbi Alexander S Cross.
principal of the Hebrew Acad-
tmy since its inception over 13
years ago: Mayor Oka: Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. president of
the Rabbinical Assn.; Louis Mer
witzer, chairman of the Acad-
- building campaign; Ben
Binder; president of the Heine.'.
Academy; Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
president of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women: and Mrs. Sheldon
Dearr. president of the school's
PTA. Cantor Abraham Scif. of
Kneseth Israel Congregation, will
be in charge of the musical por-
tion ot the program. Represen-
ting the students will be ninth
grader. Lee Rosenhouse. presi-
dent of the student body, and
Shereen Dearr. ninth grade stu-
dent body vice president, who
will deliver the morning's invo-
cation.
A triple ribbon-cutting cere-
mony will follow, after which
each of the three buildings com-
prising the new Hebrew Acad-
emy will be opened to the public
for inspection tours. Each rib-
oon will be cut by a family who
endowed one of the buildings
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcow-
sky. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merwitz-
er. and Mr. Jacob Cohen and
family, in memory of Dora Co-
hen.
Toastmastcr for the morning-
long event will be Maurice
Revitz. chairman of the Hebrew
Academy executive committee.
and president of Temple Men-
orah, Miami Beach. Revitz, to-
gether with Leonard Rosen, will
act as co-chairmen of the eight-
day dedication program.
Community to Hold Lunch
Series in Top Recognition
Of Hebrew Academy Week
Beginning Monday, Mar. 12,
'he Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity will participate in a
series of luncheons in the new
Hebrew Academy cafeteria in or-
der to familiarize the Miamians
with the Hebrew Academy and
its future functions.
On the first day. officials of 14
congregations located throughout
Greater Miami will take part in
"Synagogue Day." which will be
followed on Tuesday with Hadas-
sah. Mizrachi Women and Pio-
neer Women in a feast to "Wom-
en's Zionist Day."
Also scheduled for the week is
Men's Zionist Day" on Wednes-
day, which will be celebrated
jointly by Greater Miami Dis-
tricts of the Zionist Organization
of America and Mizrachi Men.
Thursday's luncheon will feature
members of local service organ-
izations, including I.ions, Opti-
mists, Exchange, Kiwanis and
Rotary Clubs, who will take part
in "Community Service Day."
On Friday, Mar. 16 the school
will be host to members of the
American Jewish Congress.
American Jewish Committee, and
B'nai B'rith Men and tt'omef,
who will celebrate "Jewish Fra-
ternal Organization Day."
Louis Merwitzer, chairman of
the Hebrew Academy building
campaign, will take up the duties
of chairman when Dedication
Week climaxes with a dinner and
ball Sunday evening. Mar. 18, at
the Deauville hotel. Besides hav-
ing the opportunity of being en-
tertained by Sam Levenson. din-
ner guests will also be treated to
a tape-rtcorded speech by noted
author Herman Wouk, who is un-
able to attend the affair in per-
son.

..
View of the new Hebrew Academy, whose and Friedman, planned the rr..,lion-c;llai
architects are Lapidus, Harle and Liebman. building.
James Garland, of Connell, Pierce. Garland'
BUILT AT THE COST OF A MILLION DOLLARS
After 13 Years-A Modern Structure
What started out 13 years ago
as a one-room school with only
six first grade students has ma-
tured into a million dollar, two-
story building with 23 class-
rooms, an auditorium which seats
500. and can be expanded to ac-
commodate an additional 200 pu-
pils, and a large atmospheric
kosher cafeteria all built on a
two and one-half acre lot which
was formerly part of the Miami
Beach Municipal Golf Course
The curriculum offers p com-
plete Hebrew-English. b; lingual
education program which is of-
fered from nursery to tenth grade
level, and is expected to enlarge
to full junior senior high school
level within the next two years.
The Academy, eompletely air
conditioned, also includes a cha
pel. a library' containing 8.000
books in both Hebrew and Eng-
lish, several completely-equipped
music, science, and arts and
crafts classrooms, locker rooms,
and several school and business
administration offices to accom-
modate the permanent staff of
28 teachers.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky (left) and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Merwilzer as they recent'y dedicated the cornerstones
of two of the three buildings of the new Hebrew Academy.
School Leaders Welcome
Fulfillment of Their Dream
The Hebrew Academy's new
home was designed and planned
by Worris l Garland, local, prominent archi-
tects. Surrounding the building,
which covers an area of 50.000
sq. ft., are palm trees, courts
and a convenient parking lot for
faculty and student body.
The tri-structure is connected
by gardened patios, ramps and
spacious-hallways to ease the be-
tween-class flow of traffic. Spe-
cial attention was given to in-
terior decorating, which covers
such details as the latest model
desks, classroom colors and light-
ing, and form and arrangement
of classrooms.
y^rcctinqs
MAUKICl RIVITZ
L10NARD ROSIN MRS. J0SIPH SHAPIRO /ifPS. SHHDOH CZARR B. I. BINDER
"The Greater Miami Jewish
community nurtured a dream for
many years." B. I. Binder. He-
brew Academy president, de-
clared Wednesday.
"This dream was to see the
erection of a new center of Jew-
ish learning for the boys and
girls of our community, a struc-
ture that would bring glorv to
our people and add spiritual rich-
ness to the beauty of our com-
munity.
Declared Louis Merwitzer
building campaign chairman: "I
know the thrill that you feel as
you pass by the new site and see
the actual construction and rising
Of our new buildms." Merwitzer
adder! his "humble tha::ks and
appreciation to all who h a v e
shared in this great undertaking
for thi advancement of scholar-
ship ." wish and secular in
our communit;
In .! message on the eve of
Hcl v '.'!> u i < k, Leonard
Roset of the building
com 'aid: rhls is our
year decisi Phis is the
ycai i i e ol age and com-
v i h all
.'< -. r> n ij truly b< prou i From
li : un-
a ible
stafl i Jr
h l< arn-
Ma it irman i I
i mmittee i xprcs-
le tin .<.-.-
i

energy and dedication of the
m"n and women a.-sociated with
this enormou' project. Those
who have made this building pos-
sible have beer, inspired with
patience and with courage to
face seemingly insurmountable
obstacles."
Humorist Sam Levenson will
oe guest artis. al the Hel-ew
Academy dinner and oall
Sunday evening, Mar. 18. in
the Deauviiie hoteL


Friday, March 3, 1962
*Jewisli flerSdOam
Page 11-A
Yeshiva Ambassadors
Honor Be/kin Birthday
Ytihiva rjrttversity honored 373
. | ,. i j: : -/ A,iilias>aclors ' "Ufav m-.r" SPa alnnSf com-
memorating th anniversary
locally at ti. 5! trtlng hotel.
The Diair.cn i Jubilee Ambassa-
,:,.,-.';... wide group ot
... mtmunal leaders
mve c in >uied a; least Si.-
103tei >!.al opportuni-
.. you li ai Vmerica's oldest
largest -'> under Jew-
rn,i the umvers ty s
: .! annivei ir; : ear Awar, s
iresenu I the patron group
at the dinner for :heir "distinguish-
ed xrvice to higher education."
More than 600 persons throughout
the country, many of whom attend-
ed the dinner, are currently en-
relied as Ambassj lors ot Yeshiva
I r.iversity.
Dr. Sinol ctelkin, president of
the univeriit/. *ss the principal
speaker. He is currently observ-
ing his 50th birthday coinciden-
falK with the university's year-
Icnc Diamond Jubilee celebra-
tion, which will continue through-
out ihe 196142 academic year.
In his address, Dr. Belkin de-
Sculptor's Work
To be Shown Here
Nehemiah Mark, wood sculptor
and Hebraic scholar, will discuss
' Teaching Jewish Values Thru
Art'" at Temple Menorah on
Wednesday evening as part of the
in-training program of the Bureau
ot Jewish Education for Jewish
teachers.
Bom in Lithuania and educated
at several Yeshivas in Europe.
Mars came to America at the age t,rul" chairman,
ol 18 Alter many years in Jewish
education. He devoted all of h I s
tin. to wood sculpting related to
J. .\. h life, for which he has won
i cognition among art critics
His work has ieen exhibited in
many museums and he has given
crurse* in i sculpting to art
ers and -' idents. He has
ti mid the I I states and Cana-
da, xhibitina. i n I lecturing at
ues "-. high schools
niVI 1 -:' -
Mark's ^ ir : tag been declared
toih Tor. p. sat rated and divinely
)gifted; his >od carvings indicate
his gentua at urmbolizing various
parable's fr. m Mi* Jewish faith."
I! presentation will be open to
Hebrew, Sunday school and pre-
school. He will he introduced by
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the reau
si ribed how the university's Dia-
mond Jubilee observance "seeks to
..taw attention to the contribution
of the immigrants to America to
the Held ot higher education.
"The celebration could not have
taken place at a more appropriate
time." he continued. "With the
ru [gle between the ideologies ot
freedom and totalitarianism con-
tinuing unabated, Yeshiva Univer-
si'y stands as a shining example of
what immigrants, fleeing persecu-
tion in other lands, can accomplish.
"Yeshiva University taces the
challenges presented by the future
with utmost confidence," he stated.
"In the coming years, the univer-
sity will continue to seek to develop
a rew generation in this ciun'ry
hat is loyal to the perpetuation
and enrichment ot the characteris-
tic blending oi the Jewish tradi-
tions with liberal education in the
arts and sciences."
Max J. Etra, well-know:: Ne;.
York attorney and chairman ot the
university's board ot trustees since
1953. served as chairman ot the din-
ner.
Proceeds of the dinner will be
allocated for the maintenance of
the university's widespread aca-
demic, community service and re-
search activities, including an
annual $1,000,000 program of
scholarship assistance to gifted
students of limited financial
means.
DR. SAMUEL BUKIN
Yeshiva University is celebrating
its 75th anniversary' under the
leadership of a national committee
ot prominent citizens. President
John F. Kennedy is honorary chair-
man, and Joseph M. Mazer, treas-
urer of the Hudson Pulp and Paper
Corporation. New York City, is gen-

I'n.'er the leadership of Dr. Bel-
kin, Yeshiva University has grown
from an enrollment of 850 students
l(> one of more than 5.000: from
five schools :> 17 schools and divi-
sions; from a faculty of 94 to one
ol : 200; and from one building in
Manhattan to six teaching centers.
located throughout New York City.
Dr. Belkin has also guided the
foundation of the Albert Einstein
College ol Medicine, the first medi-
cal college in the nation under Jew-
ish auspices; Stern College lor
Women, the first college of liberal
arts and sciences for women under
Jewish auspices in the United
S ates; the School of Social Work:
the Graduate School Of Science;
and the Graduate School of Edu
cation.
JFSC Reopens
Beach Dep't.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service has announced the reopen-
ing of the Family Service Depart-
ment at its Miami Beach District
office. L'35 Lincoln rd.
Residents of the Miami Beach
area who need help with marriage
and family problems will again re-
ceive professional counseling ser-
vice a" this office.
The agency will continue to serve
the special needs of older people
through its Department of Services
for the Aged, which has been lo-
cated at the Miami Beach office
since its establishment in 1958.
Leon D. Fisher, executive di-
rector of the agency, is "especial-
ly pleased that our family ser-
vice prc-gram will again be more
readily available to Beach resi-
dents."
Jewish Family and Children's
Service is a professional social
casework agency which provides
family counseling, child care ser-
vices, help with special problems
of the aging, and other personal
and social problems to all Jewish
residents of Dane and Broward
counties
It i- supported by the United
Funds of Dade and Broward coun-
ties, by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and by the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation of Hollywood.
Main olfice is at 35 NE 17th st.
Zionists Plan
Member Drive
Plans for a membership drive in-
volving the ZOA districts of Great-
er Miami were discussed at a meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict board of directors Tuesday i
evening at the DiLido hotel, accord- !
ing to Josh Rcphun, president ot
the district.
A mass membership drive, cul-
minating with a victory celebration
and the awarding of a free trip to
Israel this summer, will highlight
the drive to be sponsored by all
the local districts.
Also discussed at the boar I meet-
ing were plans for a joint ZOA-
Jewish National Fund function,
i participation by the ZOA members
in the dedication of the new He-
brew Academy building, in the cur-
rent (ireater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion drive, and in the local Israel
Bond campaign.
The Miami Beach District, larg-
est ZOA district in the Southeast
region, has undertaken to double
its current membership, according
to AI Sherman, membership chair-
man.
Youth Plan Purim Ball
Temple Emanu-EI's United Syna-
gogue Youth group will hold a gen-
eral meeting on Sunday morning in
the main school building. Th*
group will make linal plans for a
Purim Masquerade Ball on Satur-
day evening, Mar. 24
Cantor Apelewicz
At Waldman's
Cantor Jacob Apelewicz will of-
ficiate during the Passover hoi
days, Apr. 18 to 28. at Waldman's
hotel.
Cantor Apelewicz was born fn
Rovno. Poland, and was a mem-
ber of (he underground during
World War II.
He emigrated to the U.S. in 1048
where he attracted the notice of
Cantor David Kousscvitzky. and
toured with him throughout the
country.
Cantor Apelewicz will be assisted
on Passover by Joseph Cohen and
a large choir. This will be the
cantor's first isit to Miami Beach
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>. lewist fh>redliain
Friday, March 9. 1962
Virginia Kills Charter
Of Rockwell Nazi Party
Reform congregational chairmen for the first
annual inaugural din; i
Campaign for American Judaism '-. wiiJ
be held at the Dupont Plcza hot?l Sui
evenina are (left to right) St >'.
pie Judea; Arnold Werser. Kialerh Re
Jewish Congregation; Jack Levkoff, Temple
Reform Leaders to be Honored at UAKC
First Amusa! Inaugural Dinner Sunday
[ -- Kror.i.'., T m b ~ -. She
lenv S.:m C Levensc moral thai
jel; Byron Cherkas, Temp1? 3s*h
Kurwilz, T n pie S.'nai; end H>ru '
. S ithsast director for the Com
Campaign.
'mi
Six leaders of Greater
congregations ill be honored Sun
day night at the Pupont Plaza ho-
tel as a highlight ol tl I si an-
nual inaugural dinner ol the Corn-
bin mI Campaign for Am an Ju
daism.
Rabbi Jacob P. Rudin, T<
Beth El, Greai Neck, N.Y.,
be guest speaker al the '!::: i r
which is being held in behalf of
ro^'^ran :; of American 'afcfeit.
Or. Rud'n is a 'ej 'irg "' jure in
the American raLi>in' :-.-'
' I IT
': VJbl ';:-..-. :
':; in: Be '-
i Temj !e lu lea: Davi I
Am. a
f the 1 i
I o
. ii i trusi
Vm
nt ;|. hoard ol -v i I t'ci
U lion Vmerii an fi< brew a
ati s,
i'.i: ,i rais H at the d r wi'l
be ii i to supoort '.'.' .
n .i Jew h Ii of
R -li ' i: f o r in svnagog' e n
luates ind the C in of An er
i a : I; Co [aliens
li>< itiji I a lmtnis
ivf, yo-th and othji 'K
.....
i oh ,i
Vi t h Ca
egion, w h i c h i up-
Coi lamp
RICHMOND (JTA) Yir-
j ginia'a House ot Delogefe* passed
4a>4^er.t -\n :\,m *rw <. this
< .. hill revoking the charter
George Lincoln Rockwell's
' icrican Nazi Party. The vote
- ; to 37
., ..,..- ;iu. rneas i
the use ol the w ords N'azi"
\'a al 5t" in the
tor ip, is not ex-
pect I put ,in .".ii to Rockw ell's
: ii ies, It lea pos-
sibilityraised by the bill spon-
risoi "t Arlin
tl the group can apply for a new
ei under a new name.
Mann, an Arlington lawyer and
Y.nrld War II Marine veteran,
said hcre were two reasons for
the introduction of the measure.
The Rockwell group, he stated
hfd its offices "in my county,
and they parade in uniforms,
with their guns strapped on. Peo-
ple there are sick and tired of the
/hole business."
run s
the Union of American Hebrew |?m : sklent, i / cantrrs Jacob G Bornsf in, <-.f
Congregations and the Hel .' Temple! a I a d .id C -
Union College-Jewish Institut ol "' ,: form u i Temple Bel and
Religion. t,onj ?nd_ _Heni'>..?:_1Vv<>! _' 'emple Is-acl Ch. r will pi
Past president of the Central
Reform u i
tion: and Henry E, Wol (.
pr e sident l Temple I r id
mi a.Hi \ ice ci .....
Beach ZOA Will Meev a* Academy
Miami Beach Zionist District :! Zionist i ommittee
Luncheon Club will join with ac- are Louis B. R nick, nati
live members of the Greater Mi- ; -ident ol J i Po
districts of ihe ZOA as guests
ie Hebrew Academy for a spe-
cial luncheon, program and I
of the new sch >ol building Wednes-
daj afternoon.
The Hebrev Ai s pro-
iming the Daj a I
:
I
I I
I. ai .:
l !:' n ol W
b The hi
thi
I itel.
Hi
membi r ol ..... ex-
lie ZOA
in
Disti Josh Repl
live
3 mus ;ram a part il th
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A cocktail h n a I p.m
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Name.
rVudreM

. Zone. Slate.
The second reason, he declared
was that Rockwell literature ir-
dudes the statement "chartered!
by Vir-iiruit"' with an apparent at.
tempi in Indicate tome son of legi-
timacy. "I think that's a
ood name of Virginia,'
i lained.
He allied thai the '<''.
move the pro ection ol i
unity Irom th
< hose purposes, li' ;a I
. ered inimical to the -
Ii.:lmn
Palmer
Memorials
Is Chb Ccnadien
Le b Car idien ol Miami has
I'tled a da: Sa ird ij r\ en-
i Mar 17. :it the Ami ricana ho-
tfl Entertainment v. ill include
- Lu-ovic Huot, Nana Scha-
violinist, accompanied by
Mme Marj Cirone and Mrs. H
rj L Balaban, singer,
v>
"Miami's Only
Jewish
Monument
Builders" Sid H. Palmer
Exclusive Dealer
"ROCK OF AGES"
FAMILY rVlEMORIALS
fl\% To live in
Hearts We
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t& ft s^> Is to live
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---1sswa-.-
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Schedu'ed Unveilings SUNDAY, MAR. Tl, 1962
i 11. e /V.:moriirf ."oil
CHAKLES COIEMAN, 11 o.m.
SAMUit rausiN, 2 p.m.
Mr, '.'jbo Cemetery
SAMUEl GITELMAN, 1 a.n.
:
H .RRY MOSKOWITZ, 1:30 p.m.
r:::.; rothman, 3 r
5
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; iSEOWAROS 1 s m.
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1


FROM THE TALMUD
Behukotai
| and drinJj way nboiniii
(,, ,f there is no p*ace. they are
* *
11, ,:har Rahhah. 19. 17.
The Torch enjoin* us not to run
after a MftsroJl. but to perform u
, 1/ ;i comes lb us. With retard
ace, however, >t enjoins 11s 10
u If.
*
Y, :-... ot, 65.
1 ..:: is peace: God even changed
. 1 its sa\e.
*
-. to Nafta 4-
. :. pi act : abides eve 1
,!,'..:. ctil can it 01 up.


ha n-..: ;!
re to 1
c
1
v^/h iawi% s
r^eliqioMS J^ife
Let Us Fill Our Synagogues
With the Glory of the Lord
r
a
.. .
....-.< a* it i
1 b nil trutb otid
(Zech 8 1" )

By DR. JOSEJH R. NAROT
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
The Torah portion from which
we redd this Sabbath is to some
people, on the lace of it. a relative-
ly unimportant one in the light of
moral and spiritual truth. "Petal-
day" peaks of the elaborate taber-
nacle which Moses constructed. I;
is ;. chapter full of technical de-
tail; 1 I curtains, rods, gems, bars.
1 ei etc. We arc impres sed
ui h th< varit tj oi metals, matcn-
; ret. proi essions the
itl rs ol the Ti rah ki
. 1 r pi rh i'
.. : ...
lur rinati It is int< ri ing
relevant and in
spi .
. rid this ipparently dull chap-
ter no: at all unrelated to our times
and I our concern for religion.
In the first place, it remind.- us
that even in ancient days, our pco-
Servtces \Tliis iV e c k e n J
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
mit 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.
\GUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. RabDi Isaac ever.
,idiy :'' p.m. Sfcturda) S:J0 B.in.
, 1.1 1 Kjlldlng r Perm a 11 n t
Houn cf .....I."

GEMS OF WISDOM
11
_ The prophetic spirit rests on a
3ETH DAVID. 262* SW 3rd ave Con ._... ,,;... ,,ju-r he has bestirred
1 .1/ ic receive it. -zohar.
* *
: meals; more
:, nil li is suicide.
dah b MH1 "
: to rat.
HEINI
?
. nplete
esi popu-
to by 1 id ttnll
I at is not
ser-ative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William w. Lipion.
. |i ill. S..1 il I '
Vfarli I'm-. 1I1
,

3ETH r L 500 tv. ttn ave. Oithodox
R-ibbi 9olomen Sehiff.
, -
I22J0 NW 2nd ave.
BETH EMETH.
_. b ... ...e.
B"ETH SP.AEL. WOO Pr.i e a^e Or-
(. Ral i H 1 Rettman.
3ETH J'.fOB r''" 1-311 W.isht^etcn
jv-. Orthodox. Pa. ji Tibor Stern.
Cantor a.ir c; Mamenes.
.-. : 1. .'
. -1| ...i.i ilriitl
e
BETH TFILAH. ?36 El'di.i ave. Or-
thodox. Raobi Joseph F. Rackovsk>.

1.
Off. JOSEPH R. NAROT
. infernal beauty
pie thought it necessary to make the tabernacle of the Lord attractive, beth torah. i6Jth st. and ne 11th
and to adorn it with man's extrinsic (from a religious point of view) be- ave. Conservative,
longings. The Israelites were not to continue to worship God in the bar
ave.
chlti.
PARK I -
:,
| .... the mother of Justice.
ween of a'.i lirtues. PH1LO.
1
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen
rossj n*? lpna
It is clear to Its all that in a very real sense the synagogue has again C0RAL WAY j e w 1 sh center
"'come into its own." Beautiful, imaginative, and richly adorned houses P755 sw 16th st. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
of prayer dot our land. Architects, artists, craftsmen, and synagogue hl^a*?r"ndCg,.;J%.S*"'?mon?V"n*-| -
gogue. tall, iv.ity, Deed." ttaturria; 9 a.m temple B'NAi shOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
;, lda> 6 i nd 8:30 p.m. Si rmon: "De-
tail. Duty. Deed." ttaturria}
, ., _.. Bar Mltxvah: Alan, win i>l Mr. am
This we should not deplore, although some Jews do. It is fitting M M.,.,; Hirwh.
that we symbolize our appreciation for the synagogue by investing its
outer forms with material worth. As long as we do not sacrifice any
' one's or our people's well being, our enrichment of the synagogue struc-
..- ?.-, U*.(m,*m^m (urc is cvthetically necessary and spiritually appropriate.
At the same time, we should be impressed with the Torah account
that when the fine metals and cloths were put together to make a taber-
nacle, it was not yet a tabernacle. It then became necessary for the
"glory of the Lord" to fill it.
Cantor David Conviser.
I |di vl". p.m. Sermon: "The Walla
.h.u L'nlte rs." Saturday 10:45 a.m,
I
1 1 v t :
-^, T^rri? "Tin k?i
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DADE HE.GHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
: rl .1 vl." p.m. I'.-: Preslrlentu Sab-
Imth. Sermon: "Tile Liidili r "1" I '!
,. Saturdaj .1 ,!l Bermoii:
! tioii of the \\. l< Bhi MUavali
I.. ,_ -.. .,,ii ot .v.! -. S i. '....>kin.
FI.AGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 5:t
pi. Conservat;ve. Samjel Hollander,
president. Cantor Geoige Goldbcq.
,' .. p.m. Hub M
.... r j'r. an"!
..;.. S. i!

Whether we are filling the beautiful synagogues with the glory of
the 1 M not an easy question to answer. Critics of the synagogue say
the program and the content synagogue life arc not thai glory we
should seek. Thosi who lal i ilhin the syni oj say that they are
. can with .. ifficult assignment, and that they are hialeah re
i hi dmit, In any < I, thosi oi u
i past ts own saki that Jewish rel gious
he was
.
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e c
B. Wernick.
Frldnv s:30 p.m. Permon: "Inunortal
Sonffa." Saturday 9:30 a.m.

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler.
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Retcrm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
;.-. ,v i 111. Ser mi: Ri vli w ot
Ben Hi 'in.

TEVPLE JUDE. 320 Palermo avo.
Libr.i;. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
i -, i mn 11; palr is
It, H Satu flaj
H
.: i blum.

, TEVLE MENORAH. E20 75th St.
.... yer Abram-
^ ; Cantor Edward Klein.
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By
Why
RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX

From th State of Israel's
Declaration of Independence
passage is recited to bring to mind
the virtue of our Patriarchs so that
: the Almighty will be merciful to
us for their sakes. It is claimed by
In Eretz Israel the Jewish peo- somc that this act gives us the
pie arose. There they lived a life right to approach the Almighty ask-
of freedom and created great! i"g h.m for extra consideration by
virtue of the fact that our patn-
lt the Biblical passage de- i T)m pm u ,. ; (.
scribing the sacnfice_of Isaac optnum ,,,,(, thc Spiritual I
included in the morning pray m ,( ,/u. ( ., .c. M;a),_ Rabbm. |
ers every day? z w, Aun
Joseph Karo (Beth Joseph. Tur 11
Orach Chayyim, 1 claims that this
things. The Jewish people gave
the world the Book of Books: the
Bible.
Even in Exile, the Jewish people
remained loyal to their homeland,
to Eretz Israel, and never ceased
archs displayed extra devotion and
loyalty to Him.
It is also stated that this is a sort
of introduction to the section where
the daily sacrifice to Deity is him-
self as was the case of Isaac who
RAHHI \MX A LIPSCH1TZ
Cooidmator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIPP
Gems of Wisdom
period?
While a mourner is under a reli-
d ave
HE3REW CONGREGATION.
SW 12- .". i I i-' x d
fO'-ai Rabi'i Max Shapi.o. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
I Mi n'w < 'i iii
- : ath Si 1 111": I' N N>
Whi ii >al nl.i 13 e Si n
I'., ii. ii ol ih. I. "
--
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643f. SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.

TEMPLE ADATH YF.SHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "A Conse-
crated Threshold." Eighty children
of the Aleph classes will be conse-
crated. Saturday v a.m. Bar Mlta-
vaii: Neal Le\ y.
cious obligation to grieve his loss, [temple beth am. 5950 n. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
t h e coming of a major festival
brings upon him another obligation
which makes it impossible to ob-
serve the obligation of grief. On a
featival one is commanded to re-
joice.
Kodner.
I-Ylilay S:30 p.m. Sermon:
on the ItiRht."
Thunder
HOLLY-
Reform
Naturally it is impossible to re-
v,
to pray and hope that they would i was so ready and willing to sacri-
return to it and rebuild therein the, fice himself for the Almighty. All
State of Israel c-'her sacrifices are merely sym-
bols of the true sacrifice. It is well
In every generation, the Jews < t0 remember this at the beginning
have striven to return to the land j 0f the day, so that man may raise
of their birth. In recent genera-! himself to the lofty plane of self
tions, many Jews have returned to: sacrifice and forget the petty and
Eretz Israel. The pioneers turned elfish interests which usually
the desolate land into a flourishing cIoud his thinking. to rejoice which is a communal ^^S: Would m
country. They made Hebrew into I I obligation which sets the pace ot Reestablished Sanhedrln Solve t"
a living language, built villages why is it fhat if 8 ma
end cities and guarded the land
irom enemies.
Published by Brit Ivrit
1.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
FYlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Jews
in trie Sovut Union." Naming of
joice"and grieve at the same time '^<%^"ru^,"'* ** '
and so the obligation to grieve is > -----e
canceled, since it is his private O^^^.WT^, shirah^ Sumi.nd
ligation, in face of thc obligation structionist. r a 11 1 Morris Skop.
ior festival! emotion for the Jewish community. Problems ot Jewish Law i-r Our |
Iginning of In this sense it i. claimed that Jew- !.Sh.Rattrie.0:? ^ f"......
PLE S v.a I OF '.O^TH MIAMI.
-. > ave, Reform. Rabbi
Ber
"Why
. .

TITERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative Rabbi Nathan
itman, Cantor Albert Glantz.
Si m 1. "This
a Portion In the Until of the
11 ,., n .- 'ni g Sh ibbat
...l. Saturday 9 a.m
. ,: Toda> Si Ira, and its Mes-
atlve Jewry."
e
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Fllila> S:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Three-
Fold Objective of the Synagogue."
Saturday 9 a.m, Sermon: "Weekly
Pi rtlon of the La
e
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can-
tor.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
Priday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Appointed
of the Lord." Onen Shabbat host:
Mrs. Bessie Serkin. Saturday 9:30
H.111. liar Mltzvah: Sanford, BOD of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. SokolOW.
.">:30 p.m. Bar Mltzvah: Ronald, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
FViday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "The House
We Live In. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Bar
Mltxvah: Stephen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert t'omm.
SBBBBSBBBBMBS MMBJM
occurs after the begi
the seven-day mourning period ish tradition sometimes calls upon
(Shivah) the festival cancels in to control our emotions, as dii- TBMIJLE^BBJH WOLE^ot^oUyN>||
out the remaining days or the | Kcult as it may be.
CAHDUUGH7MG TUM
'3 II Adar 6:12 p.m.

Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.


Pcge 14-A
*Jew/s#> ncridtan
Friday, March 9, 1952
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Fascinating Portrait of the Great House of Rothschild
THE ROTHSCH'LDS. By Frederic Morton. 205 pp. New
York: Atheneum. 55.95.
IF ANYONE HAD made them up. they would never be be-
lieved. Bui there they are. larger than life, wealthier
...:. k -. at t::;:> more powerful than nations, a name
to conjure* with Rothschild*.'" They are High Society
among the highest societies: they live in palaces and in-
dulge their mos' extravagant whims in incredible splen-
dor: but they are also vehemently and consistently Jewish
and for seven generations have ceaselessly championed
and guarded the welfare of their people.
The saga began in the Frankfurt ghetto in the 1760's,
May r Amschel Rothschild ran a second-hand st<
and dabbled in the sale ot rare coins to noble collectors.
ntually there were small loans, then larger ones. And
there were sons, five of them, who spread out to cover
Europe: Nathan, founder of the London branch. Sail
of Vienna. James (Jacob) of Paris, Amschel of Frankfurt,
and Carl iKalmanni of Naples. Sons are the sire qua non
of the Rothschild dynasty; by old family tradition, only
si :;- and the nfff*n>r"1t1- sous jaay bficomoapaclncrs; as
a corollary, sons must take Jewish wives, while daughters
are permitted to marry out of the :a;th. The demise of the
Italian and German houses was due to lack of sons. As
an added corollary, ore can note that, out of the 53 mar-
riages in The Family in the past 200 years, half have been
between first cousins.
The fabulous, famous coups arc recounted by Frederic
Mi rton in delightful phraseology, with a flair for the
dramatic matched only by that of the Rothschilds them-
selves London, 1815: the Rothschilds, who ran their own
Foreign Nzws Letter___By JOS HI'A JUSTMAN
Israel Settles Down to New Exchange Race

ISRAEL IS i
to hei
: ita ily, it is
take
time somi
- > months
the
- ":' is I
the initial
thi il:.i
di .. ii
.:] :he part oi the
.i- and variedly
oi the coui Irj si conomy.
In areas the Governn as 1 irci d to
.... Sucl as the ease with regard to the thou-
: pai rs '.'. ho had taki n dollar-
. .. d and Govi ins and
ave nov been given the opti ither re-
el :.. the morl inthin a month or so at the
old i. i of i nvertinj them into loans linked to the
iving ;.
-; ecial arrai riced out
From Hollywood:
HERBERT G. LUFT
A Rising Sabra Star
Hollywood
KIRK DOUGLAS, currently before
the cameras at MGM, por-
trays a modern-day Peer (Ant seek-
ing his own identity In a far-away
country. "Two Week- in Another
Town" gives him enough oi a
chance l<> reevaluate his shattered
life and to restore hi- mental equi-
librium. Based on the compassionate Irwin Shaw-
novel, with a screen play by Academy Award winner
Charles Schnee, this John Houseman production
frankly depicts a Hollywood "has-been"a screen
star of yesteryear almost destroyed by matrimonial
problems, greed and the constant struggle to sur-
vive.
The flight takes our hero to the city of Rome and
to the setting of antiquity, whose serenity has in-
spired the creativity of men from many lands
throughout the ages, romanticists such as the com-
poser Mendelssohn Bartholdy and the poet Wolfgang
Goethe; and the protagonists of World War I's "lost
generation," led by Ernest Hemingway.
"Two Weeks in Another Town" introduces to
American movie-goers a 19-year-old sabra. Dahlia
Lavi. in the key role of Veronica, whose understand-
ing helps our hero to regain his self-respect. It was
director Vincente Minnelli who brought the young
actress to Hollywood for the interiors, after location
work on "Two Weeks in Another Town" had been
completed in Rome.
Dahlia Lavi. though unknown in this country, has
already made five motion pictures in France during
the past two yearsnone oi them as yel released at
the Wesl Coa
Born in Haifa, the daughter of Reuben and Ruth
Lavi, Dahlia became interested early in a theatrical
career When she was twelve, she went to Sweden
to study classical ballet. r-While in Stockholm, she
made a couple ol major appearances with the Royal
Opera Company. At the age of 16, Miss Lavi re-
lumed to Israel to begin work as a model and a
dancer. A short year later, she was seen by a French
lilm executive, who invited her to try for a part m
one Ev< ning on Ihe Beach" made on location in
the Holy Lard with Marline Carol in the starring
role.
A Ihfl age ol IT. in Fans, she made four more
picture for th
While in Fans, her agent took Dahlia Lavi to
nice fi m director Vincente Minnelli for a | I
cho Chi-Chi" in MGM's (still unreleased) re-
mal The Four Horsemen of the Apocalyp
h : -. icultu ett
er lOO.i
t : Ii r public pressun Ihi loven
forced to i h tl he price '
:
b i ce s* ions
d ced in the new Ei .. mic
pted a liberal ap-
d at alle\ iating I
is not ha the burden im-
si him bj thi ol ; ive
to bear.
i! er, it i erally n ali that the en
nswei o v inch v I
-...'- the new noi plan is whether
Governmei w .Ii displ ij suffn t< rminati i in
. gel in its fundamental asm, I -
succeed in k both price- and wa es down;
her sin will withstand the manifold pressures
I pursue the policy oi linking both
credits to production.
There is little doubt that th road ahead will not
an easj one It i.- clear that in the held of ind -
:ry there will be much pressure from -mailer enter-
- that will find it hard to face thi higher com-
petitive market without subsidies in the form ol ex-
rl pri iniums and high import tariff barriers. There
is also bound to be wide pressuree for easy credits,
In the field of wage.-, the Government's aim is to
keep them at then- present level at least for another
six month? but this too will require some hard "bar-
gaining" both with labor and industry.
The first week of the New Economic Polio did
not produce the feared price-jump, except for a few
areas, and there was no rush on commodities. Yet.
i: is generally realized that the danger is by far not
over and that the general calm demonstrated by the
public may easily and dangerously be upset.
If is all still very much in the balance.
Finance Minister Levi Eshkol is optimistic. So
is the Governor of the Bank of Israel. David Horo-
witz, who in a broadcast this weekend reiterated that
the success ol the New Economic Flan will depend
on the determination with which it will be carried
out and the Government's ability to withstand the
pressure, chiefly with regard to commodity prices
and credits.
We asked Mr. Horowitz whether it was true that
Israel had not taken advantage of a $25 million loan
offer by the International Monetary Funda loan
usually granted a country devaluating its currency.
Mr. Horowitz said it was true. "We did not ask for
that loan," he said. "Our reserves in foreign cur-
rency are large and sufficient. It is not foreign cur-
rency loans that we need at this moment, but an
effort of our own."
Between You and Me:
SCf
fast c in ->-' n i ed the nev on:
Waterloo to Natha '.ours ahead of an. : .-, \. j
played the London market according b
Rothschild trick Aix-la-Chapelle, 181' bill the I
gress of Vienna met t.ie hoys, working I .,, r as a] |
qui;iy. relcntles^ly-brunchl k""Tlf*T til rmrCury
the point of collapse, and emerged the victorious bankers
for the huge French reparations loans.
Rothschild money bought the controlling shar
the Suez Canal for England, who could nol raise the foui
million pounds in time: a Rothschild I ill the firsl
road in Europe: Rothschild's floated the loan which en-
abled Britain to prosecute the Crimi an e di libei
breaking the antiwar policy ol the li ..
the Czar's anti-Semitic government), ter ir
blackballed by an anti-Semitic Vi n< !;
tnptl; si wa disposal
. rd q ..i I

imi
... .:- in Fam .
ia imposed a -
Jews Instant nil}-, althou
coalition l i ian credit. -1 >ri
- an t-ai
1 I Uistria. w]
I h
Ij
on the

Is i
ia,
..rd Mil
I co quietly oi till '
power a .,,
lothschil nterviewed I hoi
But the b (.
er i an be.
althj still
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Seng of the Negev
-XCITING THING; ... ha;
- : in the '
[nstitui eh

>r the Negev. i the plants
hich 'loos very ,. .. the i
ll plant.
When I was I uld, we took
asl ir oil for everything. There
was a itieorj that everything comes "fon
mogen," as they said, and it seem- then as noth
ter foi ml than castor oil. It tasti awfuland
I was thinking maybe this news fro,-: th< Negev was
not good. But the Israeli scientist- have something
else in mind, i; seems you can make plastics out of
the castor oil plant, and out of plastic you can make
furniture and gadgets of all descriptions; and you
don't have to Swallow the furniture ii okay.
The fact is that you can grow mosl anything in
the N'egevwheat and tomatoes and melons and
gladiolas. All it wants is water. Just give it water
and the N'egev will sing.
We in America love the songs of the pioneer.
We still sing "I'm off to California With a Washbowl
on My Knee" and "Home on the Range." said to
have been FDR's favorite song. In Israel, they like
to sing of the Negev wilderness. The great favorite
seems to be "B'Arvot Ha-Negev." It tells of a youth
who has fallen in the desert outpost. As his mother
weeps over her loss, another young man steps for-
ward and bid'- the grieving mother take him for her
son instead.
In the not distant future no doubt. Israelis will
make their own "westerns" out of the Negev story.
It is the challenge of hostile forces that makes
for the thrill of the western. The American pioneer


BORIS SMOLAR
Germany's New Attitude Toward Jewish State
JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS in the Uni-
** ted Slates are perturbed over two
developments showing negative trends
in We-t Germany. One is the now alti-
tude of the Wesl German Government
toward Israel which is considered "un-
friendly.'' The second is a report that
38 former members Of the Nazi Party are
now serving as West German ambas a-* \l*^*v
dor.- in various countries, and 20 other officials of the Hitler
regime are holding other diplomatic position- abroad.
Although the lattei information was made public in de-
tail-will the aames of the diplomatsby the East Ger-
man Government, the Wesl German Government has tailed
so far to deny it.
1 ether with marked laxity in the execution of
the generally, is taken at an indi-
i that i pov i operating behind the
es in the B inn \ to B inn's new- stand tow ird
Israel il ism that the W t German GOMemment
now wants no diplomatic relations wi h Israel, although
Ughl such relations a few years ago. But what
is worse, however, is the dcicrnunattion by West Germany
Fridc

\
to place obstacles in the path of Israel's admission to or
association with the European Common Market.
These obstacles, it is understood, are being laid :'
Bonn as a result ot threats by the Arab States which sei ll
to intensify their boycott against Israel. It Is worth noting
that about 30 percent of Israel's total exports in 1961 wei I
to Common Market countries, and that German) Ii ippei -
to be Israel's No, l customer among these countries, ii
and when Britain and other countries of the Europ
Free Trade A--ooi.it:ion join the Common Market
volume of Israel's export trade with the Common Mark''
lands would jump to about GO percent. Some sort Oi tra
arrangement between Israel and the Common JIarket
I tl imi to be of vital in p i Ian < Israel,
many's negative stand on Israel's application b>r ass
ation with the Common Market is thus considered as defi-
nitely hostile.
The feeling among Jewish organizations in the United
"ems to I e that now "ir"
I are Hearing th< ir end, the West German Govern-
' unaccountably expects Israel and .lews in Other
lards to write oil' what happened 'u E Jewry
under Ihe Nazis.
I


Friday. March 9. 1962
*'Jenisti ncridian
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I
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: to right are Gil Rappaport executive dl- Room; Mortimer May. in whose honor the Kfar
. : it region of the ZOA; Sen. Silver dormitory is being constructed; and
ie P -'-3 was guest speaker at the Josh Rephun. president of the Miami Beach
event; Mr. :nd Mrs. David Goodman, ber.e- Zionist District,
vid and Sarah Goodman
Open Cemeteries Sunday Assured
\ \ The
i h c 11 j

.-. pen on
ura re gi\ en at a
. ii m< e in York C "
:MI. parti} in nnection with a
bj the i : i ifteurs Union \
-rikc. The 1,000 drivers man the
ei cars in Inch bodies are
lelivered to cemeteries for inter-
Dei tj klayor Edward F

I
. -.
ed
-
". lations
: ser-
sough Saturda)
: .! recent
\ York area cemeteries to
- i ying _: ., e diggers time and a
II ertime on weekends. The
drivers union threatened to strike
if members who worked on Satur-
.<.- ere reassigned to Sunday
irk
Tl u a !i .-(ii, in pro\ ides I hat
n en w ho ork on Sunday v ill con-
tinue to do so. Those losing Sa-
igh l-'r. la; s> in
'I li' Deputy M I the rabni-
elegal m, hea ed bj R
Salamon Faber of New York, that
he had been assured by the drivers
m.ion it would supply all drivers
11 eessarj to attend Jewish burials
on Sunday
Goodmans Gift
Room to Kfar
Silver Dormitory
Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman,
of Toronto. Canada, and Miami
Beach, have announced the endow-
ment of the David and Sarah Good-
man Room at th< Mort'mer May
Dormitory oi the Kfar Silver Agri-
cultural Training School, in Ash-
kclon. Israel.
The room, on completion, will
foui students of th
which is maintained bj the Zionist
Orj anization ol America.
Mr and Mrs. Goodman p!i
visit Israel for the dedication.
Goodman, who is a retired
facturer. and a newcomer to Mi-
ami Beach, has been active i:;
Jewish affairs in Toronto, and has
visited Israel ii\e nines.
The Southeast region of the 'M\
i- contructing the Mortimer May
Dormitory in honor ol the veteran
Zionist leader of Nashville. Tcnn..
and Miami Beach. On completion,
the dormitory will contain 12
rooms for students, a study hall.
and an aprtment for an instructor.
Announcement ol the endow nent
ny the Goodmans <- ma e i
i i i i i n b ol thi
Workmen's Circle Chorus
Workmen's Circle Chorus will
have its annual banquet Sunday in
the Workmen's Circle bldg., 2>
Washington ave. Program will in-
clude a concert, with Abe Haiduc
conducting. Joseph Rieger is
chairman of the event.
Democratic C/ufa Meeting
Criminal Court Judge lene
l..-Mils addressed a mei
Democratic Club oi Miami Bei
a thi >il o h......
i vqi ing Also on the
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Continued from Pans 1-A
Hal; rus export mark-
Israel, said Mr. Eshkol, is pre-
I to cooperate with Italy
^changing production ;.-.ul market-
mation Fhe Italian Mm-
Agriculture has agreed
ii'ith tl -u \ and an Italian citrus
j n is due 'o visit Israel
this month.
France's Foreign Minister. Mau-
rice Couve de Murville, with whom
Mr. Eshkol conferred here on his
last visit a fortnight ago. has giv-
en a concrete undertaking to the
effect that "something will be done
to find a solution to Israel's prob
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Mr Eshkol said he is not yet sure
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n concrete solution will be found.

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* ImlHi fhriciirir
Friday. March 9, iggj
Rabbis Urge Unity in Red Contacts
New ofiicers of the Tolner Social Club are seated 'left to right)
Sam Rappaport. reelected president, and Anne Otchet, secre-
tary. Standing (left to right) are Max Fierman. treasurer: I.vcy
Orlick, social chairman; and Ncthan Budat, v-ce Dr'sident.
The Tolner Social Club is composed of former residents of
Tolner in Kiev. Russia. Not shown is Joseph Fine. Isiaei pro-
jects chairman of the club.
Dissention Mounts in Mapsi
Over New Fiscal Arrangement
JERUSALEM(JTA>The central committee of the Mapai, !
raelV dominant party, met lor ; second time this week amid erouinj
indications ol dissension in the party I ader. of the governmi nt's new i conomic po .< j
NEW YORK (JTAt An end
i the "chaotic, conflicting and
! v e ... o tin uai i oi
American Jewisii organ&a.ions
oi.teii.i..g ;h;- Jews in lie Soviet
n o j.:.. a.; at em pi .o make con-
ict with 'horn stria > an a roll-
,n badis, is asked in a sf ; ement
->ucd h.s week by the Rabbini:al
- < in. ly. (cniral body oi Conser-
.i> I'ubl-.S
id .hoc cin : lu'.v every na
j.ial i v .-. organization acts on
- mvia, i"-*uiug proaouncements
. meUmes conlr i ting one ano'h-
;. corfi-ing u ry.ne and helping
,, cm ," Rabbi K ..Jrd Sandrow.
, -: en ol the Assembly, -a>d.
dre bI enlion :c a call he made
iiring last yi ar's convention ol the
ibbinical A- embly requesting Ihe
iviil G i :":| t!,>-'
i .1 'Ishrnen formal t:' item .
,'.i:i. n lups be *e ; jVsw sh reli-
iou con -;:!--:.i and
imilar c unni niti in o hei i i n
ies, .-.. i to he reiat! "..-hp>
h ch h a \ < b -' i>". nl Ij .'>:atv
shed be we^-n some of th.> i iir .-.
.!i i hunii 's in Ru ->a and h i
orld i i I "i Churches.
The statement of the Rabini-
'.I Al..-i>iOiy Uijid rUI me
r.iorican J?w sh religious com-
munity reqi est the Russian Ojv-
> nment tc vl e ar o'.'i"al dele-
gation i i :i essnting the / n-
:ay^e Council of America to
i ct wi'h the religtaui leaders
f -.he Rus is ,> i co ..mjni.
y, pra"ei:rg hi several visits
f lei tts >.f r-3 r.J* o \ Court-
Kidnapper'
Will Appeal
LONDON [JTAl The Divi-
sional Court, presided over i>> Lord
Parker ol Waddington, Lord Chiel
Justice ol Englan I, upheld this
week the right ol the Government
of Israel to demand the extradi-
tion of Shalom Shtarkes. 22-year-
old Israeli religious leacher.
The latter, held in a London pri-
son without bail since last August,
is charged with having kidnapped
his nephew. 10-year-old Yosseie
shumacher. because Yossele's par
? lit- feared the child would not re-
ceive an education sufficientlj
based in traditional Orthodoxy.
U the held i
Prime Mil -' r D
.lerusali "i ffice Pinai Vfii
E hkol -. .i- n por:c t have w
hi part; < il'e n up un!es
the part> ai d th* Ilista li Is
I i ab.ir !'
eration. full; I the i ;w pi
i\ t he re
He sa"' Ihe narty ar i fie fed-
eration mutt display a f'rm
stand .'3inst partisan pressures,
instead ol the curre't situaiion
in which each grcupir.g reo
resenting farmers, industrial
workers, uiban labor councils
was pressing "its own narrow
interests" and not considering
the country's economy as a
whole. He warned specifically
against any action to ircrajse
the cost-of living allowance rrw
instead of waiting until July, the
fixed date for adjustments in
the cost-of-living index to which
allowances were linked.
Sharp criticism u a aimed a
'.< ;.(iui Avodah. a coa'ition part
ner, which voted for the new pol
cj in Israel's Parliament, i)'.;:
which. ;i was charged at tie mee
Mi. waa actua.ly joining wnh '.ru
>ppo>ition i.i obstructing its im
^fomentation. The left-wing partj
application for hail All(\ publicly demanded, shortly
The case came before the court
on an application by Shtarkes'
defense for a writ of habeas cor-
pus, claiming that Israel had no
jurisdiction over Jerusalem,
where the crime is alleged to
have occurred.
Rejecting an
loi Shtarkes, the court remanded
the young teacher back to Briton
Prison, permitting the defense to
Lords.
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cil cf Churches and the World
Council of Churches with their
( hristian counterparts in the So-
viet Union." The Synagogue
Council is the rabbinical and
-ororegalional organization of
the Orthodox, Conservative and
Reform movements in America.
Rabbi Sandrow snggested that
he Synagogue Council of America
ake the initiative; that it invite
r presentatives of all major Jewish
organizations who arc concerned
..i:li the Russian Jewi: communi-
y Lo meet informally, and without
anfare. "to discuss on a regular
asis all developments and inci-
ten s affecting the Russian Jewish
immunity, and what would be
';;! to do. or refrain from doing.
der the circumstances "
He -aid h- was not ready to en-
r into [he con'roversy whether
I'b'ic protests are helpful to the
"--mi Jewish community; his
n opinion is that they are not.
il this has nothing to do with his
'irMs. he saidthai "we ought to
make a concerted effort to estab-
lish more communication between
ifter devaluation u:. aunoui 11
ast Feb. 9 that such allowances
>e immediately i n c r e < t e d lor
workers
However, the court stated it
would grant an application for an Sisterhood Notes PVfffll
early hearing before the House of
Lords, so that shtarkes would noi Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood pre-
be imprisoned any longer than senled "You are There." In com-
necessary. Yos-ele's grandfather, niemoration of the coming i'u.'im
elderly Nachman Shtarkes. is in holiday. Wednesday evening 81
ji.il in Israel, having refused to re-: Beth Torah social hall. Guest
veal the boy's whereabouts speaker was itabbi Max Lipschltz.
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world Jewry and the Russian Jews
on the basis of our common reli
gious traditions. The public out
cries have not done this so far; per.
haps this other way might turn the
trick. There is precedent for u j,
the recent contacts between to-
Christian communities. Perhap,
there also can be between us ana
our brothers in the Soviet Union'
Dade Heights
Choir Rehearsal
The adult choir of Dade Height] I
Jewish Congregation will ha\e"it,
weekly rehearsal on Wednesday a'
7 30 p.m
The adult discussion group. iei
by Rabbi Harold Richter. will meei
at 9 p.m.. at the home ol Mr and
Mrs. Norman Doch, 19L'l". NVV Uth
On Sunday at 2 p.m the sei
citizens will hold a Punm parts.
Refreshments will be servi
Committee members are i. Weu
er. president. Reuben Stoil. and
Benjamin Altman.
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Boo voyage luncheon given last Wednesday at the Lambs Club
i ijllian (Mrs. Reuben) Horowitz ... A winter resident here Lil
takir.2 .1 three-week lour which includes 11 days in Israel and
vthens, Naples. Capri, Home. Barcelona and Madrid .
ioi ng forward to meeting, for the first time, a first cousin and
mily who live in Haifa She'll return to New York mid-
md spend the summer there, but has promised her many
ii-nda that she'll !>< an earl) snow-bird next winter Hoste
, Ellen (Mrs. Leon) Kaye and Annette (Mrs Sam) Shapiro
Included Lil's sisters-in-law, Mrs Harry Half and Mrs. .lack
loldman, Mrs. Marie Barken and her houseguest from New York,
- Phyllis Peinberg, Mrs. Daisy I.art and her sister. Mrs. Fran-
1 I Iman, and Mrs. Irving Cohen, both from New Jersey
!!i- still dumfounded at the round trip to Israel she and
!. Raymond, had won. Mrs. Danny Sepler, keeping her
crossed about a prospective European tour Also Mrs
ler, ilrs Ben Rubin, Mrs. Ibar Blacker. Mrs Jack !'..n.
> .1 \\'ciss. Mis. Lenore Kleiman, Mr.-. Herbert Gutman, Mrs.
Weiss, Mrs. Harry Kink. Mrs. Harold Kassewitz, Mrs. Otto
"Jewish Floridlian
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And Edna (Mrs. James) Chapman, who entertained the next
, f, r Mrs Mildred Sherman, of Stamford, Conn., houseguest of
I.i ins Feldman. and Mrs. Morns Friedman, both ol the Ter-
rowers and New York.
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It's no surprise when visitors to our fair city, entranced by
:i and other beauties, lengthen a five day visit to five weeks
When a Floridian reverses the process during one of New
k worst cold spells, its eyebrow raising For Mrs. Ran-
:, (Helen) Shevach, the icy blasts were forgotten in the joy ol
ting -on Allen's fiancee, Elizabeth Wetzler, and seeing again
,111 family and many friends .
\n UN at Mt. Sinai Hospital, a highlight of Helen's trip was
union with doctors :>m\ nurses with whom she trained at
. 1 ounty Hospital seeing her son in the same setting where
1I1 father and mother received their professional education
I was houseguest of her brother and sister-in-law. Mr
- Emanuel Ross, who also maintain a home in Halland
1 .. is known as the button king .
. latesl coup was production ol a huge commemora
. I :_ "The New Frontier Man ol the Year," with a photo
ul John Glenn, planned before his feal was com|
al all the parades ami celebrations
1 1; ,. i< be-i known for originating Hie "1 l ke Ike"
(in the return trip, Helen stopped in Palm Beach fo
facultj lea and visit with daughter, Eileen, a tudenl at
Eckes prep school.
. -
Ethel Schonfeld, of Coral Gables giving up her "ama-
. Having, in the past, devoted her considi
nts to mans organizations in the area, she has now "turned
: -- oiial" and is the new party-secretary lor the Coconut
e Playhouse .
\ busy and exciting week in New York for a local foursome
Dr. and Mrs. Edmond (Gwenn) Gamse flew north with Peggy
Mac Mermell, with Mac al the controls of his plane Once
re, each member of the party pursued his own activities
attended a medical seminar while wife Gwenn, who's a well-
wn interior decorator, did some special buying in the show-
The Mermell-. who own Camp Universe, attended the
al convention ol the American Camping Assn.
Roz and v.hitev Kirshberg happily entertaining his sis'er.
1 ..iles Balzer, and mutual friend, Mrs. Claire Goldman, both
trom Gotham Town ...
Mrs May Lepselter, ol Bayside. L.I.. houseguest lor several
s 01 her sister and brother-in-law, Rosalind and Lenny Zilbert,
.v. Treasure dr., No. Bay Village ...
n enjoying the delicacies and exotic dishes at Westbrooke
ountry club's "Relax in Slax" buffel lasl Sunda> were Jud
, ert Dubbin and his party: Dr, Herb Seltman and the Al Rosens;
. Sheldon Kays, entertaining relatives from the north: the Ed
Straw ates and family; the Reuben Serkins; and the Ed Grads
S 1 Miami.
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the Samuel Adlers. of 1880 S. Treasure dr.. are entertaining
lis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morns Adier. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Icher The latters son. Dr. Morton Teicher. dean of the
laduate school of social work at Yeshiva University, is now on
sabbatical in Lusako, capital of Northern Rhodesia, where he
ill spend 18 months assisting in the establishment ot Oppen-
heimer College ... Dr. Teicher's wife is Sam Adler s sister .
Clad to be back in the Florida sunshine is Rose (Mrs. Alex-
ander) Kogan. but happy with the news she has brought back from
the snowy north Visited with daughter-in-law and son. Carol
and Alexander, jr.. in Cambridge. Mass. He1!! be graduating
from Harvard Law School in June Carol will be getting her
degree from Boston University around the same time Even
more exciting, there'll be an heir or heiress in July, by which time
the young couple will be settled in Miami Beach, where they will
make their future home ... On the way back, Rose stopped off
to visit with her mother, Mrs. William J. Morsten, in Baltimore
. Although she's 83, she kept Rose dashing about to visit friends
there ...
Meanwhile, on Miami Beach. Rose's niece, Phyllis, and hus-
band, David Miller, had Mary Harbicht, a young American who
lives in Santos, Brazil, with her parents as houseguest at their
home. 5939 La Gorce dr. Here to play in the good neighbor
tennis tournament at Flamingo Park. Mary played superbly, ad-
vancing to the third round before being defeated by Edda Budding,
of Germany.
.
He looked so natural sitting at a table in the coffee shop of
the Eden Roc, just exactly like himself Edward G. Robinson .
At a nearby table, were Mr. and Mrs. Max Bauer and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Cohen Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish came in for
coffee, too, with a group of Canadians whom they had met at
various conventions and who were here attending the national
inaugural Israel Bond dinner.
3
An eight-woman h siess \ccr.-i ccmisting of
jvv Academy parents will be on hand
during Hebrew Academy DeJi'cucn V.
Mar. 11 to 18. to guide the pubic and mem-
bers of iocal, civic, service and fraternal or-
ganizations through the new'.y-ccr.stn ctcd n.it-
lion dollar school. Left to right (bc'tom row)
are Mesdames Solomon Mason, Murray Ros-
enberg. Henry Pcnchansky and Sheldo
Mosdamos Leo Reinha?
Berger, Samuel Gomberg and Donald
. Not shown aie Mrs. Joseph Shapirc
president, H3bre\v Academy Women; Mis
Leonard Rosen, chairman, brick campaign
end Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum. co-chairman, bri:.:
campaign. J
AJCcr.g. Women
Sponsor Program
\\ men's Division ol American
j, sh Cor .res- is sponsoring .1
nev program, "Hospitality and De-
n cracj," for foreign diplomats
; : ii Is in the countr>
Mrs Alfred Mamlet. president of
Florida Women's Division ot
AJCongress, has reported a local
'Operation Friendship" in which
foreign students a! the University
1 : Mia ni will he invited to homes
oi menibi rs for social Interchange.
First event will be Saturday
evening at the home of Mr and
Mrs Benjamin Kamen, 1012 Obispo
ave., Coral Cables. Mrs Kamen
is a national vice president of the
Women's Division of AJCongress.
Mrs Herbert Zame is chairman
o! the local program.
Left to right are Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator of Florida Miz-
rachi activities; Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, hostess at her home;
Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld, chairman of the day; and Mrs. Israel
Teitch, president of Hatikvah chapter.
Mrs. Grossinger Will be Hostess
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, noted
Miami Beach hotelwoman and phil-
anthropist, has invited 70 mem-
bers and friends of the Hatikvah
chapter of Mizraehi Women's Or-
ganization of America to a lunch-
eon at her home next Wednesday.
The function will be in honor ot
Child Restoration Month to spur
a renewed effort on behalf of child-
ren being cared for and trained
in children's villages and schools
in Israel, operated and maintained
by Mizraehi Women.
'These children are brought in
from all parts of the world, and
there are now in Israel many tine
young people who have graduated
from these schools and have taken
their useful places in society.'' Mrs.
Grossinged declared.
Chairman of arrangements is
Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld. She is
working with Mrs. Israel Teitch.
president of Hatikvah, on enter-
tainment and reservations.
Mrs Estelle Lash, noted singer.
v. ill appear, and a new film shew-
ing the projects of Mizraehi in Is-
rael will be shown, highlighting to-
day's Youth Ahyah.
Mrs. Stepner
Hosts Brunch
A victory brunch, hosted by Mrs.
Lester Stepner, president, and Mrs.
Harry Moseoe, vice president, was
N Id at the home of Mrs. Seymour
Rubin for the members of the Mt.
Sinai Hospital Garden Club.
Theme for the afternoon was
Parisian. Tables were decorated
with cherry red linen and baskets
of flowers, and Freddy Hillman,
accordionist, played French songs.
Mrs. Stepner welcomed members
and thanked them for their work
on the club's recent flower show.
She presented a plaque, commem-
orating the occasion, to Mrs. Jonas
P.rotman. who had made her home
available as a setting for the show.
Program of entertainment was
written and sung by Mrs. E:ta
Bubis. and the afternoon closed
with a community sing.
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vJenisli thrtdHOHn
Friday. March 9,
1952
Mrs. Simonhof f Elected First President
Of Hebrew Univ. Miami Women Group
Officers of the new Greater Miami Division of
the national Women's Division of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem (left to right) include Mrs. Rhea Cash-
man Gladwin, vice president; Mrs. J e n n i e
Grossinger. honorary president; Mrs. Jack S.
Popick, vice president; Mrs. Samuel Simon-
hoff, president; Mrs. Gertrude Hamerschlag,
vice president; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
vice president; and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky,
financial secretary.
Beach Chapter Hadassah Will Eye Youth Alyah
Mian i Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah i- culminating plens for Youth
Aliyah at croup meetings on Mon-
da>
Final plans will be made at that
time for the 1962 Y >uth Aliyah af-
fairs to take place on Monday.
I "i (TTOUp will have
individual luncheons, speakers and
entertainment to receive contribu-
tions for one of the most important
projects of llaassah.
The following groups will meet
en this coming Mondcy:
Herzl, at the Eden Roc hotel at
12:30 p.m. Harry Simonhoff will
be the guest speaker, and a I'urim
program will be presented.
Israeli group will nil et at the
Algiers hotel at 12 noon. A I'urim
party is scheduled with musical
entertainment.
Brand-is -jroup will meet at the
Fontainehleau hotel at noon.
* *
Henrietta Szetd will meet at the
Algiers hotel's Rubaiyat room at
12:30 p.m. A musical program is !
scheduled featuring Stanley Kosen-,
sweet in vocal selections, with
Olga Bibor Stern at the piano.
Shaloma will have a I'urim cele-
bration at Hibiscus Auditorium at
1 :30 p.m. Guest speaker will be
Miss Lillian Goodman, president
>f Beach chapter. Joseph Malefc
will olfer a program of vocal selec-
tions.
i
Deborah group will meet at the
home of Mrs. Murray Kosenthal.
:j814 Broadview dr., at ii:30 a.m.
Hartna Senesch will meet at the
Saxony ho'el at 12:30 p.m. Guest
speaker will be Mrs Samuel 7.
Sakrais, with songs by Sylvia Ross.
Colored slides of the Chagall win-
dows w ill lie shown.
Morten Towers will meet in the
Morion Towers card room al l 30
p.m. Panel discussion will feature
Mrs, Samuel T. Sapiro and Mrs.
Bernett Beckerman taking part.
Musical selections wi'l be by Hal
tie Wagner.
Mrs. Samuel Simonholl. pioneer
Florida leader for Israeli and Jew
ish causes, has been elected the
first president of the Greater Mi
ami Women's Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem. -
Announcement was made by Mrs.
Louis S. Gimbel. jr.. national pres-
ident of the Women's Division. Mrs.
Louis Glasser continues as Florida
state president of the Women's Di-
yision of the American Friends.
One of the organizers of the
Greater Miami chapter of Hadas-
sah. Mrs. Simonhoff served as pres-
ident for three years. She was the
first treasurer here of Hadassah.
and served on the executive com-
mittee that reorganized local acti-
vities into the current Miami and
Miami Beach chapters.
Mrs. Simonhoff was president ot
the Women's Division of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation for one
year, following a three-year term
as campaign chairman, which saw
the women's group raise record
sums for the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
A former vice president of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, Mrs.
Simonhoff was one of the founders
of that body. She now serves as
a trustee of Federation, and has
been a member of the national ex-
ecutive committee of the Women's
Division of the United Jewish Ap-
peal
Two visits to Israel, in 1951 and
l57, served as highlights of her
king record ot service to Ihe Jew-
ish State. The first visit concen-
trated on achievements of Hadas-
sah. while the second trip was
made as a member of the national
L JA Study Mission.
Mrs. Simonholl is a mem
Temple Israel, and has made sev 1
^ral world tows with her husband I
a veteran Miami attorney also ac-1
live in communal affairs.
Other officers elected by the new
Women's Division include Mrs jetl
nie (grossinger. honorary L,
dent; Mrs. Jack Popick. Mrs clT
trude Hamerschlag. Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers and Mrs, Rnea
Cashman Gladwin. vice presidents*
Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, financial
secretary; Mrs Philip Thau re-
cording secretary; and Mrs. Irving
E Miller, corresponding secretary
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro will repre-
sent the Greater Miami group ,i
member of the national boan
directors of the women's division,
Mrs Max Weitz served as chair!
man of the nominating committee,
Initial membership meeting ol the
new organization will be held Tues-
day, 11 a.m., at the home of Mrs.
Grossinger.
Principal project of the Greater
Miami Women's Division. Mrs Si-
monhoff said, will be to help ti.
nance '.he completion and equip-
ment of the Jewish National and
University Library, a major tun; of
the new campus ol the Hebrew l m-
versity no under constructn
Gival Ham. a Jerusalem iburb.
Dora Stein Purim Party
Dora sum Sisterhood of the I-
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games part) Saturday ni^ltl at "ie
Center. Chairmen for thiN aff< t
are Mrs. Morris Gateman and Mrs,
Robert R|chardson. Mrs George
Grayham is ticket chairman,
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1962
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ORT Chapters to Devote Meetings
Fcr Garden Mart Scheduled Mar. 20
Coral Gables Mayor Robot Seerle &ion.s a document pro-
ming ORT D>iy in the Gabies on Mar. 7. Looking on (left
to riant are Mesdames Bcrncti Moskin, president. Coral
Gable? chapter of Women's American CRT; S;d;iey Pozen,
vice president, education; Paul Allen, vice president, member-
ship; and Samuel T. Sapiro, honorary membership chairman.
Weight Control To be Viewed
"Obesity and Weight Control'"
,\,i be It. Stanford C'ooke's topic
a :i monthly meeting of Temple
Sinai Sisterhood on Wednesday
evening.
ident, will conduct the meeting,
and Mrs Harold Shopmaker will
present the new slate ot officers.
Mr-. Max Maysman will be in
Mrs Sam Lubell. Sisterhood pres- charge of refreshments.
Molly Picon's
MISH-MASH
Every generation has had something to worry about. My
grandparents lived with their own special terror, the Cos-
sacks. For over a hundred years, Mania's people had their
roots in a village with the impossible name of Rezshishtchov.
(, andpa was a big landowner in the old country. He em-
ploycd lots of peasants and sold wheat wholesale. One night
a friendly neighbor burst into their house and warned, "The
Cossacks are coming!'' So, at a moment's notice, they had to
-.;u up a lifetime's work and run away. Grandma packed
her featherbed, samovar and five children into the Ixrttoaiof,
a hay wagon and off they went to the promised land.
They settled in Philadelphia, where Grandpa had to start
fruni scratch with nothing but his two hands. But don't under-
estimate Grandpa. He found a good job in a trunk factory
and made fourteen dollars a week. In those days, fourteen
dollars a week was considered middle income. Tor a long
time. Grandma ran the house on it and managed very nicely.
She even had a little left over at the end of each week to save
in her "pushkv." Many years later, when I was playing m
Loews circuit.'Mama boasted to Grandma that I was making
big monev. Grandma asked, "So how much does she get
already?" "Three thousand five hundred dollars a week.
Mama answered proudly. To which Grandma replied,
"That's all? And for that she works nights?"
Could Grandma have forgotten the days when she fed a
family of seven on fourteen dollars a week? I'm sure it took
some doing, but leave it to Grandma. She could make a whole
meal out of a little this and a little that. And so can you, as
long as you have Rokeach Tomato Sauce with Mushrooms in
the house. With a little left over chicken you can make What
I call Picon's Potpourri, a delicious casserole dinner. Just
combine the diced chicken with some cooked rice or spaghetti,
pour in plenty of Rokeach Tomato Sauce with Mushrooms,
cover the top with thin-sliced onions and bake in the oven.
Delicious! And only because it's made with Rokeach Tomato-
Mushroom Sauce, a long-simmered sauce thick with ripe
tomatoes, flavorful mushrooms, and spiced to perfection. You
know something? Whenever I serve roast chicken I can
hardly wait for the day after.. .Yonkel and I enjoy Picon s
Potpourri much, much morel
Ad eh apt i rs of the Soutl -i I
Florida region it Women's Airier-
ic.tn ORT wiil n> their meel
thgs to final plans for ORT's gar-
den man in be held Tue 'lay. Mar.
20. in the Rone) Plaza yard'sns
Many chapter's also have" Purim
programs piannecl.

Morion Towers chapter will have
a coffee meeting next Thursday
noon in Mrs Jack Kramer's apart-
ment, 2:57. with Mis. Harry (". Co-
hen as (o-hnstess
i
Day chapter's luncheon meeting
ai I'H' Seville hotel on Tuesday
noon will be followed by cards,
Coral Gables chapter will have
: "crazy hat" carnival Wi
' i\ evening at the home of Mrs.
Herman Sumars. 5 Pinta rd., Baj
Heights.
Greater Miami chapter will hear
Mr>. Daniel Neal Heller speak on
the -OUT Story." The film. "Come
with Mi'. My Brother," will be
shown. Meeting will be Tuesday
evening at the Deauville hotel.
Greynolds Park chapter will pre-
sent a Mad Hatter's program at
the New England Raw Bar. 12727
Biscayne blvd., Tuesday noon.
Hollywood chapter will have an
evening of games on Tuesday eve-
ning at the home of Mrs. Joseph
Swimmer. 3119 Filmore st.. Holly-
wood.
Islanders chapter will honor mem-
bers who have b e,c o m e Mellah
mothers on Monday. Mar. 19. at
'the Seville hotel, where they will
meet at noon for lunch.
< -.'
Miami Beach Afternoon chapter
will meet for lunch and games on
Wednesday noon at the Seville ho-
tel.
North Dade chapter will meet
Wednesday evening. Mar, 21, at
Tyler's restaurant. 125th st. and
Gables Proclaims
ORT Day Here
Coral Cables Mayor Robert
Searle tins week proclaimed Mar.
7 as ORT Day in his city.
Kaines of the principle streets
in the Cables were changed Wed-
nesday to ORT st.. in tribute to
the Women's American ORT re-
dedication to another year of work
for the world's unfortunate.
To mark the occasion. Coral
Gables chapter of ORT held a i
luneheon at Westbrooke Country j
Club.
Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. president of j
! the Southeast Florida region, em-1
bracing 11 ORT chapters- pre-
sented the Coral Gables group with
an award "for a year of outstand-
1 ing progress in growth of member-
ship and attainment of its goals."
To help man help himself by-
teaching him a skill or trade, 80
that he may earn a living in dig-
nity, instead of surviving on a
hand-out, is the object of the world
wide OKT network of schools.
Biscayne blvd, Program will in-
clude Dr. David Tracey. hypnotist
South Miami chapter \< ill h'ino''
new members al ;::i ORT Da\
luncheon Tuesday, li a.m at the
ion* ;;.-s. F rani a es,
I ; v 78 h ct. Dr. Flon nee
ltd :"-.. will
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f:;thv.e;t chapter i! hear
d Caphui, Dawson In-
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Friday, March 9, 1962
Special Cantata Slated Friday
A -occial cantata will be pre- ,. ri/en for the occasion b> Meyer
. ,' by the fourth da- ol Ten San ucatior.al darec or.
. Tjmid Hebrew >chool dur- stuJents participating are Edwin
j g Fridaj evening services. vie- Jeffrey Breslaw. Linda Du-
Th.. t Mose'- was be>hter. Steven Ecker. Alan Fel-
sot, Joseph Huppert, Wayne Pr:-
cha.son. Lewis Rothlein, Eugene
Steiflield. and Mehnda Wo- i
Musical portion of the cants
will be under -he direction ..
stph Schreibman. musical director
of the Temple, and will be hi
the Temple Choir
ant -'4
of jl
.
AMONG FASfflONS TO BE SHOWN HERE APR. 3.
Hadassah-lsraeli Fashion Show W!
Unfold 'Future' a! High-Style Event
Greater Miami will be trea'
first look at "I-raeli Fa~hion- o!
. Future" uhen the Hadassah-
l-raeh Fashion Show opens on Apr
11:30 a.m., at the Seville hotel.
- the auspices "f the Miami
-I Miami Beach chapters of Ha-
--ah.
Entitled "Youth Fashions F
re," the -how comprises _"
outfits, v hich combine the
>hnc-- of color, 'hi' splendor of
nbroideries, and acy l
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vJewisti fhridHcur
Page 5S
f-^arties ^jalorc i^sVlark TOVA RONNI
Tova Ronni Will
Sing for JNF
Tova Konni will be guest ;irlist
a testimonial supper in honor of
!en ;el N. Fisher on Mar. 21 at the
ntainebleau hotel.
The testimonial has been an-
lunced here by the Jewish Na-
cm;il Fund Council of Greater Mi-
. mi.
Leon Ell, president of the local
ouncil, reported that arrange-
ments are almost completed for
ie community-wide event.
Fisher recently retired as na-,
lional executive director of Jewish
National Fund after 28 years in that
I ost.
Tova Ronni, Israeli folk singer,
as sung for displaced persons in
the internment camps of Cyprus;
. nd for soldiers of the Haganah. I
>he has appeared in villages and;
utlements throughout Israel,!
broadcast over Kol Israel, and
:raveled widely in the Middle East.
She recently returned from a
-it to Israel with a new reper-
ire of chassidic and Israeli songs.
By ISABEL GROVE
Pre-nuptial reception given last
week in Orlando for Carol Barro-
cas and Richard Schulman who arc
planning a June wedding. Hosts
were Richard's sisters, Madaleen
and Phylis. married to brothers
Jack and Abe Kcmenoif. Also at-
tending were the senior Schulmans.
Lil and Harry, and the future
bride's mother, Mrs. Ann Barro
cas.
Color scheme for the evening was
pink and white, and a floral center-
piece was a mass of white an:l pink
iris, chrysanthemums and baby
breath banked bv silver ca delxbri
and pink candles. Lovely Carol,
radiant in white chiffon cocktail
dress with crystal beading at :he
waist.
The Schulmans. long time Mi-
aniinns, delighted that the young
couple expect to settle here. Rich-
ard is assistant vice president of
the Biscayne Federal and Loan
Assn.
Imitation read. "You're invited
Mrs. Anderson
Eyes School Post
Eunice Anderson, a mem-
i the Dade County School
ard since June. 1961. when she
appointed by Gov. Farris
is now candidate for elec-
the board.
ing that "We must find
. ; (o motivate our students to
i verj best that t h e y are
: doing bj making our
. ools a pla -e where thi > I
Liragemenl and guidance in the
lopmi :.t i! mind and body."
Mr>. Anderson mentioned 'he fol-
owing as being of particular in-
i st t.. her:
' Construction ol classrooms on
need basis, expansion ol our kin-
dergarten program, extension of
i adult education program, addi-
tional facilities and programs for
fitted and retarded children, and
mprovement of the position of our
'< achers."
Born in Tallahassee, Mrs. Ander-
m has a BA from Florida State
University and taught at Washing-
lon Seminary, Washington, Pa., and
Tallahassee. She is married to Dr.
James L. Anderson, a neuro-psy-
ihiatrist, president of the Dade
(ounty Meaical Assn.
Ner Tamid Will
Present Play
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid
is presenting "Abie's Irish Rose."
comedy by Ann Nichols, on Satur-
day and Sunday at 8:30 p.m.. m
i Sklar auditorium.
DO Marion is directing the
. which includes Eileen Perl-
man in the lead role, Harold Rich-
lei. Raymond Klein. Alan Taksier,
Hi.rry Taylor. Gertrude Marx. Har-
rj KirshOR and Eric Powell.
Co-chairmen are Mrs. Carlton
1 lake and Mrs. Henrietta i
Piano Pvpfts Register
Many pupils from the piano stu-
ol Rose M. Robin, 2250 SW
h si have registi red as can-
i idates for membership in the Na-
tional Fraternity of Student Mu-
sicians, sponsored by the National
Guild of Piano Teachers, to which
their teacher belongs.
,to a birthday party, bring pillow
and p. j's." So six junior misses
ai rived Friday evening at the home
Of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Glick-
man, 970 No. Shore dr., to cele-
brate daughter Diane's 13:h anni-
versary.
Dinner was followed by bowling,
no perfect games, back to the house
for ghost s'.ories. pillow fights, the
late show and snacks, snacks,
snacks. It is rumored that some ol
the teen-agers finally fell asleep at
3 a.m.. but everyone was up again
by 6. ready for a huge breakfast.
Hours of the morning spent
around the piano with voices raised
in song. But one by one the young
ladies were called for, and the
unique festivities were over.
Members of the clique were Rob-
i.n Hendel. Sue Ellen Firestone. Su-
san Baron. Susan Malier. Sandy
Karlan. Karen Adler and Diane's
sister, Marjorie.
*
A progressive luncheon-bridge-
party for birthday of Mrs. Naomi
Silver man last week. Started with
cocktails in her home at 2250 SW
23rd ter., and continued at the
home of her daughter, Harriet
(Mrs. Lawrence) Singer, across the,
way for lunch.
Other guesis were Esther (Mrs.
William) Singer, her mother, Mrs.
Lilly GoTrTbVrg. and her daughter,
Marlene (Mrs. Richard B.) Stone.
Oui-ot-.owners Mrs. David Silver-
man. New Castle. Pa.. Mrs. Sam
Silverman, Sharon. Pa.. Mrs. Is-
rael Brody, Indiana, and Mrs. Louis
Belin, Boston.
Music was provided by several
of the talented guests, Irene (Mrs
Joseph) Edwards, pianist, and Miss
Her'ha Lee. lyric soprano, who
sang a group of lovely melodies.
Localites in attendance were Dr.
Erna Klass, Mrs Sol Marx. Mrs.
Henry Bulbin and Mrs. Isaac Levin.
Eleanor Ziegler really surprised
husband Al with her combination
birth lay-anniversary cock ail par-
ty for bmi last Saturday night. En-
listing the aid of good friends Ida
. and Irving Lax. the festivities were
he'd in their home in So. Miami.
Bewildered by the initial shock,
son
Al was further overwhelmed w th
[he gift from his ever-lovin', a d_:-
zLng diamond ring. Sharing t:w
fun were Nat and Irene Ziegler,
Louis and Rose Levine. Buddy and
L.illie**i^o)nie. Joseph and Sylvia
Masters, Leon and Mildred Sing :.
Walter and Ade'e Kaye, Al a i
Pauline Lewis, Ray and Roz B. -
lin. Phil and Miriam Schiff, bro
ir- Max. Sam and Peter Duch.it
and wives, the Sam Schwartzes.
Leon and Dotty Roth. George a i
Hannah Malin, and Lou and E'.va
Lu-h.
Dr. Narot Will
Review Book
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will revij.V
Premise At Dawn," a memoir y
Remain Gary, French-Jewish
thor.
This is the fourth review of t.-.e
current season for Temple Isr. .
Sisterhood. It will be held on Tu?--
day, a; 10:30 t.m., in W'olfson ai
tc.iium.
cracwtllTOk
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45.50*
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Friday, March 9, 1962
Council Plans Tour of Israel
Florida branch I Women's League, o:

cuss its ence A;.: 3 lo 5 al the
. e .. be I r
Jewi: Our 1 laqe Seat-
ed (left to riqh are .''
on vice president c targe of or-
Irving Lehrman, founder p:es-
ol ;' Southeast region; H rro I Rein-
hard branch vice pre svera chair-
man of the -.. (erenci Harry Levitt, pr<
Floi Bi inch; Martin Smith, vice chairman
in charge of workshop 3; Nathan Becker,
branch vice president, coordinator of ccr.rer-
ence Si left to 1 re baeedamee
bospitaJity; Donald Simon,
rtion .-. .' klowitz, visual aids;
-:r.z treasurer; Fred Blank, Gift Shop
..ma.-.; Miss Lillian Goodman, chairmen
-- nominations; Mrs. Ben Shapiro, branch sec-
/: Mrs. Richard Hero!d. hostess chcirman;
Mrs, Alexander Kogan, public relations and
publicity chairman. Not shown is Mrs. H. Her-
bert Rossman, naLoncl president of National
Women's League, who will be consultant and
guest speaker.
Anna Hirschman will review the
b k, "A Woman of Valor." by
Temple Menorah Oneg Shabbat
Th' ".' Norman Har- ihabbat ipon Si ter- i,-vir., pint-man
row, 16 in Poinl rd hood of Temple Menorah
will be the setting foi an 1 To be > d iturday noon. Mrs. Refreshments will be served.
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Israel and Europe
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ects. and trips 1
Tel A
rias
Pioneer Clubs
To Mark Purim
Golda M
1 ngregati Beth E F
lions taken for thi
nor lunchi to be hi
12 30 p.m thi I
:. II
The club will sponsor a 1
on Sunday noon al Crondori Park
lot 2 pit 4 Mrs. Oscar Zelts r is
1.....rman. and Mr- Jack Ca
man and Mr- Bi E| -' h
cochainm n. All pi 1 will g
to the Child Rescue Fund.
Mrs Isaac Pushkin is pn
. of the. uroup.
Pioneer Women '
have a traditional Purim fel
S ting at Knesetl Israel
Congregatioi
ram will include li eli
dances and an amateur hour with
prizes for tin best singer-.
Proci ed to the Chil I R
1 Fund. Mrs. Joseph Krantz is
i president.
Pioneer mei 1 2. is
soring a Purim parly 1 i<
ning at the Farband Cultural Cen-
ter, 842 Washi] ive VII
ceeds 0 I tl l hild 1: Fund
Mrs Abra >am Shedrofl is pres-
ident,
Hadassah Will
Visit Children
Gro ip n n bei.- ol I h 1 Miami
chapter ol Hadassah will visit and
the sick and underprivi-
li god children ol Dade county on
Apr 2.
Tin- vis.!- will mark World Jew-
ish Child- Day to commemorate
the one million Jewish children
killed in the Nazi holocaust, Tiny
. Ml also reflect the gratitude ol
ilie children rescued and rehabili-
tated through the agency of Youth
Aliyah.
Hadassah is celebrating World
ish Child Day to establish a
encourage friendship
1 1 tween tiii youth of America and
the children of Israel
Menorah group of Hadassah
nbers will \1-11 al the National
( hildren's Cardiac Hospital. Other
visits scheduled are:
Torata group, Variety Children's
Hospital; Aviva group, Haven
Si hool; Albert Einstein group,
Jackson Memorial Hospital; Chai
; roup, American Children's Home;
Mt. Scopus group, Cerebral Palsy
Clinic; Naomi group, Kendall Hos-
pital; Tikvah group, Mope School;
and Chaim Weizmann group, St.
Joseph's. Villas.
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with savory tomato sauce, simmered with
mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to
perfection in the real Italian way.
What a treat to serve...tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. And so much
thriftier, too. Costs only about 15r a serv-
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today.
Miami JNF
Plans Tag Day
According to an announcement
by Mrs. Jacob Davis. Jewish Na-
tional Fund Tag Hay chairman, ar-
rangements for the forthcoming an-
nual Tag Day drive iiere have al-
icady been completed.
Theme of the city wide campaign
will be "Shalatli MonoUi for Is-
rael," and volunteers have been re-
(Twited from 34 affXiated organiza-
tions, which -upport the program
of Jewish National Fund.
Monies collected Will be used to
further the work of JNF in Israel
nd 1- ketal irranEed bj Fart
1 ours
Retain la Vert i lehei
for Asjg 1% Mr- Harm-
bin vice j of admi:
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announce'! of tn<> t 0 by 5!r
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iFriday. March 9. 1962
viewist.nuridlaan
Page 7-B
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Dr. Miriam Freund to Arrive in Miami
for Jtobilee Celebration of Hadassah
Members of Hadassah, the Worn-
t Zionist Organization ol Aituti-
.' are organizing to welcome Dr.
* ,mi K. Freund, whose arrival
',',',,. will mark the 50th birlhday of i
Hadassah.
[)] freund. immediate past na-
tional president of Hadassah, has
seived the organization in many!
t.tpaci'ies. She has made 16 trips.
i,, Israel to study health, vocation-
,! education and youth problems.
ai to conler with the Israel gov-,
eminent and other leaders.
In the spring of 1958. she visited
Poland and Iran, carrying out a
i, -ion lor Israel. In Angus:, i960.
she was a delegate to the 25th In-
ternational Orientalist Congress in
Moscow, where she delivered a
, on medicine and the He-
baic tradition. She is the author
ol Jewish Merchants in Colonial
America "
On lie occasion of the American
Jewish Tercentenary, marking the
IjjliOlh anniversary ol Jewish Bet-
II menl In the United states, the
Ji ish Book Council of America
presented a citation to Dr. Freund
a recognition of her "valued con-
tributions to literature on Amcri-
fan Jewish history."
She is a former national vice
biesidenl of the Women's Division
)l Brandeis University.
Today, Dr. Freund is chairman
p1 the executive ol the American
Jionisl Council, a member ol the
ctions committee ol the World
Zionist Congress, serves on t n e
board of governors of the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, and has
currently assumed the post ol na-
tional Israel Bond chairman tor
Hadassah.
President of the Miami chapter
ol Hadassah, Mrs. Leonard Wolpe.
has announced a Golden Jubilee
Celebration on Mar. 19, 8 p.m., at
Miami Springs Villas.
The event will culminate contri-
butions to the Medical Center in
Israel. First award will be SI.000
in American Telephone and Tele-
graph stock. Second award will
lie S300 ol the s a in e securities.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Henry
Gilman.
On Mar 20. at noon. Dr. Freund
uill address the donor luncheon ol
the Hollywood chapter ol Hadassah
al the Fontainebleau hotel.
That evening, at 8 p.m., in the
ballroom of the Fontainebleau ho-
tel, the president of t h e Miami
Beach chapter of Hadassah, Miss
Lillian Goodman, will present a
community celebration honoring
Dr. Freund, followed by a musical
program featuring Miss Joyce Far-
be r anJ Joseph Fapa. Chairman
is Mrs Nat Barth. Program co-
ordinator is Mrs. Barnett Becker-
man.
Dr, Freund's visit will also in-
clude a brunch on Mar. 21. 11 a.m..
given by the Zionist Council of
Smith Florida. President is Bur-
re tt Both.
Mrs. Decky Will
Be Honored
Rebekah meeting for District 24
will be held Tuesday evening. 8
p.m., at 25 Washington ave.
The business session will be fol-
lowed by refreshments and a ses-
sion in honor of Mrs. F. v e 1 y n
Decky, district deputv president.
MRS. $01 C. SHAYt
Brandeis Women
To Have Tea
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee is holding a
tea for life members and prospec-,
five life members on Friday. Mar.
2.1. 1:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs.
Sol C. Shaye. 1300 Biscayne dr., |
Surfside.
Mrs. Shaye, (ormerly of Detroit,
a life member of Brandeis UriTver-'
sity National Women's Committee.
is on the executive board of the
Miami Beach chapter, and chair-
man or the life membership com-
mittee.
A one-man show of "Dark at the
Top of the Stairs" will be present-
ed by Mrs. Harold Turk.
Reservations chairmen are Mrs.
Shaye and Mrs. Solomon B. Mar-
golis, president of the Miami Beach
chapter.
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee supports the
library of Brandeis University in
Boston.
Purim Festival
At Beth Israel
A Purim festival, sponsored by
Beth Israel Sisterhood, will be held
On Sunday evening at Waldman'?,
hotel.
A four-act play. "Malka's Purim
Schpiel," will be presented under
the direction of Mrs. Frank Fine.
program chairman.
Featured in the cast are Mrs
Gerald Grcenberg. Mrs. Jerry
Schechter, Mrs. I, Cooperman, Miss
Ii. Sallz, Mrs. Murray Weinman
and Mrs. Frank Fine.
Mrs. Theodore Arvan wul be the
accompanist. Mrs. Hyman Galbut
l- ticket chairman.
Joseph W. Malek, attorney, will
present a program of songs.
A children's masquerade party
will also be held, and refreshments
will be served.
?oale Zion to Meet
Poale Zion, Chaim Greenberg
Branch ol Greater Miami, will
hold its next monthly meeting on
Wednesday evening, at the Far-
band Cultural Center. 842 Washing-
ton ave. Dr. Simon Wilensky, pres-
ident, will conduct the business
agenda and lead a discussion of
Evolution and Anti-Semitism "
Bernard Furman is cultural chair-
man.
Southwest Center
Annual Dinner
Southwest Jewish Center will
hold its annual dinner dance Sat-
urday evening. Mar. 21. at Mi-
chel's kosher restaurant. Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Howard Gurland and Hy
Horowitz are m charge o! reser-
vations.
JWV Women Meet Monday
MRS. EVELYN DICKY
Department of Florida, Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Jewish War Vet-'
erans of the United States, will j
hold its quarterly meeting on Mon-j
day evening. 8:18 p.m.. at the,
American Legion Hall. 1828 Alton
rd.
Mrs. Max LeVine. president of
the department, anticipates a large
turnout of members to help plan
the activities for the balance of her
year in office.
Miami Beach Auxiliary 330 will
be hostess for the meeting.
NOMINATED FOR ACADEMY AWARDS
SIMMY KRAMERS . A L if lien i
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.II LiL 111 iij j
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Best Actor Maximilian Schell
Best ActorSpencer Tracy
Best Supporting Actor -
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Best Supporting Actress -
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Best Screenplay
Best DirectorStanley Kramer
Best Art Direction
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Best Cinematography
Black & White
Best Costume Design
Black A White
Best Film Editing
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
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Friday. March 9. i%%
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V.CMAN OF THE WEEK
All three of Lottie (Mrs. Em:li Morton's sons. David. Peter and
i- !)>'. get to stay up late when their mother's movie. V M Ml," ap
rs on television. It's a mystery, with Dean Jasuer. in which Lottie
; > the part of a Dutch girl.
I.otlie Morton was born in Berlin, as you can tell from thai little
.e of a delightful accent. As a child, she >ang. danced, arid acted.
: :h like other little girls, who study the violin or voice. During the
she and her mother, usinn fal.-e papers, fled to Vienna, where she
eared in musical comedies and operettas, and rose to the rank of
ing soprano at the State Theatre.
Lottie was -inging and making movie.- when she met Emil. It
at thi- time that her career as a wile and mother became more
important to her. S.nce they have moved to
M-ami Bach, Lottie has been active with the
t'liarnber ot Commerce, becau e she loves
everything about Our Town.
According to Lot ie, -he .;<> n't have time
for any hobbies other than her hu-ban': :i I
sons. The two older boys have accomp
hir at conce:-- before charitable organiza-
tions, and Bobby, the 6-year-old, will soo:. jo:r
them, tie'- now taking piano and doing nicely.
The Mortons are the first I i confess thai
the boy* have become "real hams." and ei j >
the performances. Emil love- to watch and
li-ten in the audience What with a clarinel
and accordion in the family, there's quite a
bit of rock n' roll at home. Lottie's lessons
with Prof. Bernard Kwartin tend to balance
ih,, off-shoot from the classii
When Bobby joins on the piano, it should
be quite a combo. Emil says proudly. And
to hear and to see.
Miss Berg Weds
Warren Binder
Barbara Elaine Berg and Warren
Edward Binder were united in mar-
-...'ic Saturday evening. Mar. 3. at
the Seville hotel, with Rabbi Nor-
man N. Shapiro officiating. Fol-
lowing a reception and dinner at
the hotel, the newlyweds lett for a
honeymoon in Nassau.
For the ceremony, t h e bride
(hose a white satin and chantiily
lace full-length gown featuring a
diapc! train, and carried a white
Bible with a cascade of white or-
chids and roses. Attendants were
Linda Paula Berg, maid ot honor.
En. Beverly Jacobson, Shclia
Diucker and Judy Binder, brides-
maids.
Daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Wil-
liam Berg. 7980 SW 17lh St.. the
Miami Senior High and is now a
rophomore at the University ot Mi-
ami Her sorority is Phi Delta
finmma
The bridegroom's parents are Mr.
id Mi-. A. Harold Binder. 2390
-W 23rd -t He attended Miami
Senior High and the University "t
Florida, and will graduate in June
f:oin rhe L'mversily ot Miami He
was a member of Hurricanes AZA,
will join the firm ol Wylly's
Tours
^crunu as best man was Nor
man Goldenberg, and Richard
Waterman, Howard Galbut and
Stephen Quartin were u.-hers
lOTTIt
I- '"ie. as everyone knows, is a joy
ft -ft
WHO CUT DOWN THE CHERRY TREE?
Somebody at Westview Country Club could have easily cut down
fabled tree because there were plenty of hatchets around at the
's annual George Washington Birthday Ball. Everything was red.
te and blue, with flags and dangling lanterns and of course a
rb dinner featuring cherry pie dessert.
Many of the member- diil their entertaining of out-of towners at
time, and the concensus of opinion seemed that i: turned out to be
best affair of the kind yet. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Meyer were thrilled
.-..- the ball he's Westview's president.
At the Dr. A. Lester Russin table were the Harold Aaronsons j
id new members and the Marvin Silvers. So. too. were the Jack '
ers and Michael Brights at the function honoring our first Presi-
The young people danced and occupied at least three tables ail
r own. In the young generation set. among others, were Don and
cella Kaplan, Buddy and Sylvia Kramer. Dr. and Mrs. Norman
e. the Paul Shiekmans. Stanley Tates, and Seymour Somersteins.
* *
X MARKS THE SPOT
It was quite a thrill for Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Narot to fl> over (ape
averal right after Astronaut John Glenn took off. They could see
:.-. launching pad on then way to Charlotte, where the Rabbi was
St speaker at an annual banquet of the National Conference of
istians and Jews.
While there, they went to sec Harry Golden. Lanie reports that
Golden house is an old-fashioned frame building with a big front
:h. Hi- office Is on the first floor, overlooking the busy street, and
lown to-earth frankness proved most refreshing to them.
It all made a wonderful story to tell Lanie's brother. Fred Rubin.
his Barbara, now here on a visit from Chicago, when they got back
-ft -ft -ft
CCPFEE MIT SLAG
Jesse and Carlyn Rose, newcomers to Miami Beach from Balti
;. are at last settled in their new apartment in Morton Towers.
lyn's greatest treasures, in addition to paintings by herself and her
t her. which hang on the walls, is a cork castle caned by her grand-
: .er about a hundred years ago. when he went to the University of
\ ina.
Her first guests in a series of evening desserts at home included
I and Mrs William Maxwell and Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Kessner.
T conversation at one point was all about Vienna and the gorgeous
itening desserts
Then. Esther Maxwell told about the Maxwell Vacation School on
tl Cornell campus, which they had recently sold, and how it came
being.
Dr. Kessner is not only an excellent bridge player, but a wonder-
1 >ianist. as well
* ? *
TRJER WORDS WERE NEVER SPOKEN
In "Gome Blow Your Horn" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, the
nition given for a housewife is "a sleep-in maid." And the audi-
e included many sleep-in maids who got quite a kick out of truer
rds never spoken. Sitting in the thirteenth row. and not a bit super -
- lous. were Irma (Mrs. Sauli Herman. Alyce (Mrs. Leon) Ell. and
Ethel (Mrs. Ralph) Spero Walking down the aisle: Mrs. Philip Lcf-
k itz and the two Smith girls. Mrs. Gerald and Mrs. Donald.
In the lobby: Rena (Mrs. Irvin) Wexler, as brown as can be, after
covering that the sun is also for natives With her was her daughter.
" ra. Mrs. Sol Cohen and her mother-in-law. Mrs. Abe Cohen, of
I riontown. had just returned from attending the wedding of the Co-
bess' older son. Douglas, to Gail Levine in New York.
Mrs. Jennie Miller and daughter. Jerri, chatting to friends during
intermission. Mrs. Ethel Goldstein and Miss Elsie Schwabe talking
h -out the forthcoming National Council of Jewish Women's tour of
i.rope. Also at the theatre: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Green and daughter
Mrs. Harold Thurman and her father.
MISS ELIZABETH WETZLER
Berman, Aarons
Betrothal Told
Mr-. Ben Ginsberg, of New York
and Miami Beach, announces the
engagement of her daughter. Betty
Lou Berman. to Stephen A;:rons. ot
New York.
Miss Berman is the daughter of
the late Mr. Noel Berman. She is
a graduate of Miami Beach High
School and Charron William Com-
mercial College.
Mr. Aarons. son of Mrs. J. Aarons
and the late Mr. Aarons. is a grad-
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serving in the U.S. Army
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the engagement of daughter. Eliza-
beth Rose, to Allen Brooks Shevach.
son of Mrs. Randolph Shevach and
'lie late Dr Shevach. of Miami
Beach.
The future bride is a graduate
of Asbury Park High and attended
Women's College of the University
of North Carolina. She is presently
associated with the New York L'ni-
verslty school of medicine.
Her fiance is a 1958 graduate ol
Miami Beach High, and earned his
i;a at Johns Hopkins University,
where he was a member of the
concert band. He belongs to Alpha
EpsilOD Delta, national honorary
pre medical fraternity, and Phi
Epsilon Pi
At present. Mr. Shevach is a
medical student at State University
Of New York Downstate Medical
Center, and was recently awarded
the American Medical Education
honor scholarship on the basis of
hi- high scholastic record at Johns
Hopkins undergraduate school.
Dade Heights Carnival
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion is having a carnival. "Miller
Amusements on the Midway." on
Saturday through Thursday.
Newmans Reveal
Mary's Betrothal
The engagement of Mi < \un
Ellen Newman to Jan,- Rj
Kaufman, son of Mr and vr,
Herbert E. Kaufman, 2421 SW "','-
ter.. Miami, has been
by her parents. Mr. a | Mrs Ar'
thur Lloyd Newman, ot N,, vir.
City.
Miss Newman was gra I
from the Brearley School
York City and attend) .1
versity of Colorado,
Her fiance graduate
University of Florida in | 157 ,
>s now living n Atlanta. Ga
h is vice president ol 1 ,.
Southern Compa lies, Inc
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Ccro! Barroccs
Eyes June Rives
Mrs. Ann Barroi ?s, ol '.
Beach, and Sam Barroca<
York, anr.ou cc the en a
their dau jhler, Carol 1
Charles Schulman, ?cn 1
Mrs. Harry Schul ;. Lira
Gables
The future bid- 1
of Miami B e a c h s
vhere fhe v. as a member
11 nal Hoi or Soc'ety, Mali
ensic League, and Octet 1 rvu
Club
Mr. .Schulman. a gradi al
University of Miami, was
ber ol the National Ra li
ion Society. Alpha Ep ill 1
member of the Universltj
ami Band of the Hour, and 111
Sj mphonj Orchestra.
He is presently assistant vic-
presideni of Biaoayne F < d e r .
Savings and Loan Assn.
The couple plans a June 3
ding.
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Friday, March 9. 1962
* Jew I si) IkriJi m
Page 9-B
Eastons Reveal
Linda's Betrothal
\lr. and Mrs. Louis Raston, 551
Gcronimo dr.. Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Linda, to Paul Kalos,
son i Air, and Mrs. Simon Kalos,
Freepor:, L.I.
A summer wedding is planned.
The bride-to-be, a graduate of Coral
Gable! High, is now in her junior
year .it Welle-ley College.
Her liance is a graduate of Cor-
nell l iversity and Harvard law
Mtamkcn Wins
Nev/ccmb Honor
\Ii5 | idith Kjzit. a scholarship
at Sophie Newcomb Col-
lege in Sew Orleans was recently
c to membership in Oreades
campus.
Oreades is the honorary organi-
/ .(in ol the department of classi-
tal languages at Sophie Newcomb.
Vli Kazer is the daughter of
Mi and Mrs. Ben. I'. Kazer. of
, SW 3rd ave., Miami. .Mrs.
K izer principal of Everglades
mi. tary School here.
furri ii\ Miss Kazer is pledging
Suma Delta Tan sorority, and
thi Dean's List at the end of
fir*: -omester at Newcomb.
The K.izern are visiting Judith
- week in Xe* Orleans the
.t-ek ol he Mardi Gras. They will
! -: Judith on the occasion of
I9tl birthday on Saturday, Mar.
MISS LINDA [ASTON
Women Execs
To be Awarded
Thru Miami women, whose lives
combim executive responsibility
..I,H community service, will re-
icive awards at a meeting of the
Hospital Chief Engineers Assn. at
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital on
Sunday. Mar. 18, at 2 p m.
Frank A. Sansone, association
president, and chief engineer at
C'tdars Hospital, announced that
Mrs. (lara Wise, assistant to the
administrate at Cedars. Mrs.
Margaret Mitchell, secretary to
Arthur Vining Davis, and Mrs. Na-
thaniel Levin, Cedars Auxiliary
president, have been selected for
special recognition
Guests and members will tour
and inspect the new facilities at
C .dar-
Plan Conference
Orthodox Women
Mrs. H. Louis Rodman, of Beth
Israel Congregation, is co-chair-
man of the annual conference of
the Florida chapter of the Wom-
en's Branch of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of Amer-
ica.
Theme of the conference, to be
held Monday with. Beth Israel as
host, will be "Resources of our
Faith."
Morning session will include pre-
sentation a id discussion of "What
Do We one; Our Youth in the
Orthodox Synagogues Today"" led
by Rabbi Jonah Caplan, o. the He-
brew Academy.
"Do You Know the True Signifi-
cance of the Term Kosher?" led
by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth
El Congregation.
And "How Have Jewish Family
Purity Laws Influenced the Moral
Life of Jews?" led by Rabbi David
Lehrfield, of Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation.
. Lunch will be supplied by com-
panies whose production is under
Ihe supervision ol the Union ol
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America.
During the afternoon a skit,
Women's Branch Showcase." do
picling the many services and pro-
jects ol lh Women's lira:.eh of
I'OJCA. will b' presented,
Mrs. Milton Gottlieb is reserva-
tions chairman.
Beth Torch
Students Win
A'S. H. LOUIS (rOTTMAN
Three students of the Beth Torah
branch of the Hebrew High School
sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education won top prizes in the
annual Essay-Art Contest held un-
der the auspices of the Bureau.
i Theme was "PeaceMan's Re-
sponsibility to his Pellowman."
First prize in the essay division
' went to Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Belmaker, 17335 NE nth
ave. Cynthia, daughter of Mr. and
Airs .Abraham Schorr. 510 NE 173rd
, si., lock second place.
Top honors in the art division
w". oi to Jetfrey. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Raymond. 1630 NE
i.'iT h ier.
Be h Torah Hi-h School student4
Marsha Ball and Michael Patipa*
took firs) and fourth prizes, respee-
lively. in the Bureau's book review
enn'esi in November.
Hail Qualifies For New Race
Chuck Hall off'cia'ly qualified
Mi. ;cla a Democr icic ia di-
late for i i' r.'s from Dadc
cou new lid ;. ongreiii nai
District
Hull declared, in announc r.g his
con boa ; "l enter this ,:r -
sional race simply because 1 be-
lieve myself better qualified to
serve the n w 3rd Congre; sional
Distr.ct than either ot my two
principal opponents.
"I believe 1 am better prepared
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eucation. proof-of-per-
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i think 1 have both feet on the
[round, and believe l can provide
i service <.i real value to mj ft!-
>u r< sidents ol community, state
ind col :.trv as the first U.S. Luc-
re- ni;.n from the new 3rd Ois-
rict."
Israel Consul
Due at Service
Yehoshua Trigor, Vice Consul of
' u State of Israel for the Southeast
gion of the United States, will be
": speaker at student congrega-
>n services of Beth Torah reli-
ius -chool on Saturday morning.
Some 150 students will hear Vice
' onsul Trigor speak. Officers of
Ihe congregation are:
Perrj Leff and Mark Haddad,
rabbis; Merle Maeroff, president;
;-nd D.ane Gurman. vice president.
Mr Trigor will be honored at a
special Kiddush following services.
Extend Deadline
For Miss Miami
Deadline for entries in the Miss
Miami Contest has been extended
!o Mar. 17.
That's the word from the Miami
Jaycecs. sponsors of the beauty
pageant.
The winner of the Miss Miami
event will represent the city in
the state contest, with the winner
automatically entered in the Miss
America competition. Miss Miami
also becomes a candidate in the
selection for Florida Citrus Queen.
Last year's winner was Cappy
Pittman, a University of Miami co-
ed.
Mrs. Grossman
To be Honored
After 2(1 years of service to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center. Mrs Ethel Grossman, su-
per' isor of the Center's early child
hood development program, will
retire this month.
Mrs. Grossman will be honored
on Saturday evening. Mar. 17. at
a dinner in the Biseayne Terrace
hotel. Mrs. Melvin Shrage is in
charge of reservations.
Mrs. Grossman's late husband,
Maurice, was executive director of
the Miami YMHA for many years.
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Friday, March 9, 1962
The Courier
Beth David to Mark 50th Birthday
The fact that Saturday night's Democratic salute to President
Kennedy and Sen. George Smathers, at S100 a plate, is not tax-deduc-
I .e hasn't slowed ticket sales one iota Success of the function
c .Id make Miami Beach's chances of landing the 1964 national con-
vention realistic Overlooked in the flood of Wilkie-like publicity tor
George Romr.ey is the fact that he has a formidable and vastly under
ra ed opponent in Michigan's gubernatorial race in November. Gov.
John Swairuon, a World War 11 hero, won in the underdog role in the
1960 primary and general election fights in Michigan, and the return
o: prosperity to the nation's automobile industry augurs better for
Sv ainson than Romney, in spite of the American Motors tie-in the
la::er possesses.
Florida's land boom of 1962 is fast equalling the 1926 pace, but
the large developers such as Leonard Rosen, the Dubbin Brothers and
Lee Ratner have much more sensible plans than those which resulted
lr :ie crash of the '20's Ratner's new role with National Children's
Cardiac Hospital and Rosen's leadership in such projects as Feder-
al in, the Hebrew Academy, and Temple Menorah are to be equally
commended Laurence Tisch, owner of the Americana hotel here,
at its namesake building in Gotham, has been named to the national
I rd of directors of the American Friends of the Hebrew University
Ol erusalem.

Although we hear almost daily complaints about the predominance
O! :und-raising in Jewish life, organized and unorganized a> well, little
i- being done in this are,-1 to improve the cultural atmosphere We
t: -t that the series of articles penned by colleague Leo Mindlin which
W D him the coveted Louis LaMeri Award is only the first step towards
t her steps in this direction Properly promoted, non-fund-raising
events can draw as well as the largest testimonial dinner. Witness
the more than 1.000 who attended the lecture co-sponsored by The
Jewish Floridian and the American Friends on the subject of the Let-
ters of Bar Kochba. Of course. Gen. Yigael Yadin is almost legendary
h urrent Israeli history, but so too are many of the speakers and
artists who might be sponsored here .
It is too bad that such series as the Town Hall lectures sponsored
b> Temple Israel and the Living Book series under Ihe auspices of
iple Emanu-El a decade ago have been discontinued. It is almost
In gic that the sponsorship of prominent speakers has to pass to com-
i rial organizations when we have such a multitude of Jewish and
n< -sectarian groups which espouse noble purposes to sadly limited
a.. ences.

longtime executive assistant to our former partner, the late Max
Billi.g, has become a special agent for Prudential Insurance Co. Mrs.
Grace Marotta has left the Jewish Theological Seminary office here
to tnter the insurance field Mar. 13 is the date for the third annual
real estate humanitarian awards luncheon at the Columbus hotel spon-
red by J. I. Kislak Mortgage Co. Hats off to Jay for his selection!
a> general chairman of the United Fund's 1963 campaign. Toastmaster
t the luncheon will be Maurice M. Mee+ian Orlando businessman
O. Z. Wise has donated an ambulance to Magen David Adorn, the Israel '
Red Cross service, in memory of the European town of Kobrin. des-
i yed by the Nazis.
Joseph Meyerhoff, whose Dadeland Shopping Center is proceeding
or >chedule. reports that the Palestine Economic Corporation invested
it .ord S4.447 000 in Israeli projects during 1961.
Col. Mitchell Wolfson, whose role as Mayor of Miami Beach is
Often forgotten, is back from colorful opening ceremonies in Nassau
for the new Pepsi-Cola bottling plant there owned by Wometco Enter-
prises. Also on hand was Pepsi director Joan Crawford .
Joseph W. Malefc has been named chairman of the annual dinner
and dance of the Miami Beach Elks at the Deauville hotel on Apr. 8.
Aaron Courshon, owner of Thunderbird motel, readying Hollywood-style
gala opening for his new motion picture studio in Miami, due early next
menth Which reminds us that fellow Floridian columnist Hal Pearl
is the author of the book. "Dumbo.'" and also did the screenplay for
Wal' Disney's colorful film on the flying elephant.
e e e
The L'nited States Committee Sports for Israel (the organization
be- dropped the other "for" in its name) is sponsoring a visit to New
Haven of Israel's national swimming coach. Joseph Teleki Jewish
Public Library in Montreal notes that Mar. 16 is the 100th anniversary
of -he birth of the renowned Hebrew and Yiddish writer. Reubin Brain-
in, who edited rhe Jewish Daily Eagle in that city after fruitful years
in Europe and New York .
Cap*. Byrc-n L. Marvin, son of Mrs. Haaei H. Creen, of Miami, on
Air Force maneuvers in Panama, from where Beach Vice Mayor Mai-
vin Eng render returned in time to join Sen. Hubert Humphrey, State
Attorney Dick Gerstein, Sam Goldstein and a near-record throng at
H.;ieah Leonard Wien says he'll get even at Gulfstream Alex
Gordon received a city-wide salute upon his election as Metro Commis-
sion chairman at a luncheon during which President's Council presi-
de- -. Milton Sirtcin, didn't have to spin the wheel.
Jose L. Hirsh, veep of Sun Life Insurance Company of America,
bas named Robert Hutchison as his agency's city leader for the year
Arnstrong Circle Theater has slated "The Man Who Refused to
Die" for national showing Wednesday night at 1(1 (eh. 4 hero, drama-
tizing fight of Abe Rothstein, oi Brooklyn, to bring Polish benefactors
t< United States.
Winkle Eyes Top At Gulfstr ?am
-.mold N. Winick goes into the
GuKstream Park meeting with
ething a bit more at stake than
i- the case with most trainers.
young man has been the top
trainer at Gulfstream for the last
three seasons, and would like to
extend that streak to four in a row.
Suah a feat will also make him
the lone trainer to top Gulfstream's
li- on four occasions. Stanley
Lipiec did it three times, but not
ir succession, in 1945, 1946 and
IMtt
Winick's chancel appear bright:
although he'll b' facing tough op-
position through:)' ; the 43 days of
the session. He \ as the leader at
Tropical Park j. d has been in the
forefront durin he llialeah span
of action.
A formidabl tiring of horses is
at his comm: id, for his public
stable inc u'es thoroughbreds
owned by M and Mrs. Herbert
Herff, Mrs. A. L. Reineman, Mr.
and Mrs. R. F. Bensinger. and Park
' Deere Stable, among others
Gathered together Sunday night
in Beth David's Grand Ballroom
will be hundreds of members and
friends of Miami's pioneer congre-
gation, many of whom have been
an integral part of Beth David's
history for the last ha!! century.
Beth David has seen 50 years of
I progress and growth, and its
Golden Jubilee dinner dance on
Sunday will mark this significant
anniversary,
Acting as co-chairmen for the
gala event are representatives of
three pioneer families in Miami:
Mr. and Mrs Jerome Weinkle. Mr.
and Mi.- Sam Badanes, a.:.I Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Seitlin,
Jerome Weinkle was Bar Mltz-
vah and confirmed at Beth David.
He was the first president of the
Junior Con negation, and also
taught Sunday school at Beth Da-
vid. Sam Badanes' family has
been part of the Beth David pic-
ture for 47 years, and he too was
Bar Mitzvah there.
The third chairman of the din-
ner dance has an equally deep-
rooted interest in the 50th anni-
versary of Beth David. Louis Seit-
iin's mother was an active and
ardent worker for the congrega-
tion for many years. To complete
the picture, Seitlin was also Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David.
Carrying through the Golden
Anniversary theme, the ballroom
will be decorated elaboralely in
gold and white.
Jerome Weinkle will act as mas-
ter of ceremonies, and Louis Seit-
lin will deliver the invocation. Can-
tor William W. Lipson will chant
the "Birkat Hamazon." Rabbi Nor-
man N. Shapiro, spiritual leader
of Beth David, and Philip Schiff.
president, will both extend greet
ings.
Adding to the festivities of the
evening will be Napoleon Reed and
his troupe, and there will be
dancing to the music of Al Schor
and his orchestra.
PHILLIP SCHIFf
. president
Beth David was founded in 1912.
under the name of B'nai Zion. In
1917. the congregation was reor
ganized. and the name changed to
Beth David. In that year, a site
was purchased at the corner of
NE 2r the rapidly expanding Jewish pop!
ulation of Greater Miami mad, it
necessary for the Congregation t
purchase a new site at NW 3rd
ave.. and in 1925. Beth David en-
gaged the f-rst permanenl rabbi
here, and established the first re-
ligious school.
Because of the growth ol Ihe
membership ol Beth David
physical plant became inadequate,
and on Mar. 13. l')49. ground .1.
broken at SW 3rd ave. and 26th
rd., which location Beth David
now occupies.
Gold-engraved invitations have
been mailed to Beth David Con-
gregation's family of members
Also serving on the Golden Jubi-
lee dinner dance committee are
Mr and Mis. Sidney Aronout/.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Berger, '
and Mrs Morris Cohen. Mi
Mrs. Michael Covin. Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Daum. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gor-
don, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kaplan,
Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Kleiman. Dr.
and Mrs. Roy Mack. Mr. and \!--
J.-car Rappaport. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Reinhard, Mr. and Mi-.
Phillip Schiff. Mr. and Mrs Frank
Solomon, and Mr. and Mrs Leon-
ard Wolf.
College Has Final Session
Last session of the College of
Jewish Studies of the Bureau oi
Jewish Education will be held on
Tuesday, when Rabbi Norman N
Shapiro, of Beth David Congrega-
tion, will speak 011 "Death and
Burial."
This will close tin' forum subject'
of "Lifetime ol a Jew."
Last Tiesday. Judge Frederick
I'.urad. of the Metro Court, -poke
on "Jewish Attitude Toward the
Non-Jew."
The college also includes classes
in traditional and conversational
ill brew, instructed by Hersh Ber-
nan and Mrs. Rochelle Ros- an
1 course in Bible history by Loin-,
Schwartzman, director of the bu-
teau.
Courses are co sponsored by
Beth David Congregation and are
held at 2623 SW 3rd ave. on Tues
' ;. from 8 to 10 p.m
Tiiereth Israel Card Party
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
hold a card party on Wednesday
evening in the social hall.

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Friday, March 9, 1962
?Jtenwfi Ffaridliain
Paqe KB
JVS Figures Score Progress
Over 1.400 persons with voca-
adjustment problems wer*
I staff members ional Service i.i l";>!. re
indicated at a meeting oi the
il the Jewish Home foi
, \ .! this week.
i-i addition, the report note I.
were p!ai I in com-
durii < tical lim
.. (ho a or hi toi
. pli :ated by i
\ i; "
''!,tlich. pre ii Tit o!
I I I VOI
r\ ici An On ling
i
Additional rpcrts indicated
that 26 disabled ar< handicap-
ped f/ r sot's employed in Mw
JVS Workshop wttt placed in
irbs in regular irdustry af: ir
going through a "work-harden-
ing" process at th shop.
Worker- earned over $29,700 at
the workshop during 1961, Ebrlicfa
report! d. The op itself earned
over 133.000 from subcontracts
; '. ind istry here through Its
.\ or'; with some 48 diff* rent com-
i .-.' i.
Invited gttesl at K;;- reporl meet
ing intruded Mr. an l Mrs. I oust
I -i ..!-,. rj r. ... -.' :|,-v ii
:; sdon ii'- Man Mrs
1 Goldstein,
; Roth
Mar
Oscar Vdolph
Ben I :' J !'. Dia-
>-.- n. I ou
ry 1 V'ehb. 1 ouis
I S. Gold-
' h
t!ia: I G Iman JVS
i recently
elected i the Fiorid?
A--n i i Shi ;- n i ".: irkshops a .
Homi i .-
Florida JWV Quarterly Meet
Commander Joe Zavaloff and
members oi the North Dado Post
746 of the Jewish War Veterans
of the United States will host a
quarter!., meeting of the Depart-
ment ol Florida on Sunday at Mi
ami Gardens Shopping Plaza.
Community hall. N\v 183rd st. and
47th aw., commeneing ,at S:30
a.m.
Commander of the Department
of Florida, Henry Norton, and all
commanders of local posts, plus
members of posts from the cr." ~e
state, will be present to i >n>
the business session.
North Dade Post will host
all-day affair, with refreshmi
to be s< rved.
Bell; El SitferJioofJ
Sisterhood of Cong i B h
. is sponsoring a lunche n i
noon in t li i- Dora Aug ist
: orial Hall.

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JU'Jilt JACK fALK
J^dge Fa!k
Flans Campaign
Judge Jack A. Falk has an-
r.ounced that lie intends to run for
e'ectii ii t the Criminal Court post
lo which he was appointed by Gov.
URoy Collins in i960.
.la lie Falk is a 1950 tnagna cum
laude graduate of the University of |
Miami school of law. He has serv-
ed on the board of directors of the i
Dade County Bar Assn.. and was;
appointed by the Florida Bar as
chairman oi the Florida Bar gne-;
vance committees
In 1958. Gov. Collins appointed
Judge Falk as a workman's com-
pensation commissioner lor Dade
county, and in 196(1. he was elevat-
ed to the Criminal Court bench.
Judge Falk is a past president
i of the Downtown Miami Optimist
flub, a member oi the advisory
board ot the Dade County U S.O.,
.i served as chairman for the
American Bar Assn.. of a member-
ship drive in 1956 for Dade county.
Hi i- also a member of the Re-
11 vc Officers Assn,
.indue and Mrs. Falk and their
family Ol three boys I've at 183">
SW 82nd it.
Rabbi Shapiro
Set Sunday
Rabbi Norman .v snaplro, spiri-
tual leader oi Miami's pioneer
congregation, Beth David, will be
. ,i both on radio and tele-
- ;. on Sunday
At 9:15 a.m.. Rabbi Shapiro will
be heard on station WGBS In a
Rabbinical Message," a summary
ol recent news developments.
At 9:55 a.m.. on eh 7. WCKT,
Rabbi Shapiro "ill be seen on "The
Still Small Voice," sponsored by
tlu Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn. Hi- subject will be "On Los-
ing Our Identity."
Famous Poet
To be Honored
World fat ous H< ;>:'. w a id Yid-
. et. .i J Sen* arlz, v ill
honoi, d on the oc< asioit ol his 75th
birtln > next Tuesday eve: ing al
the Wi ii. ; Circle, 1543 SW
3rd -i Mil
Bernard Wind ol Ihe school
faculty, will review the poet's hi
..ial output, ami students of the
Peretz .school will recite irom his
famous "Kentucky."
Schwartz will discuss his many
experiences as a poet. J. Born-
stein, chairman of the education
department ol the Workmen's Cir-
cle of the U.S., "ill bring greet-
ings.
Coronation Ball
Tally Revealed
Net proceeds of t h e January
Coronation Ball for National Child-
ren's Cardiac Hospital was $37,238
according to Leo Robinson, presi-
dent ol the free hospital devoted
to rheumatic and congenital heart
disease in children, following this
week's final meeting of the benefit
ball committee.
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Friday, March 9. io^
Artur Rubinstein
Slates Schumann.
Rachmaninoff
Renowned pianist Artw Rubin-
stein, guest soloist with the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Sun-
day at Miami Be a h Auditorium
and Monday even'r.3 ?! D^i ^e Coun-
ty Auditnrum. wi'l perform Schu-
mann's Piano Concerto in A minor
and Rachmaninoffs Rhaosody on
a Theme of Paganini it the sym-
phony orchestra's eventh pair of
subscription concerts.
Monday's Dade C unty Auditor
ium performance has be n sol
out for several weeks. A few tic
kets are .-till available for thi
3,500-seal Miami Beach Auditor
ium.
Rubinstein, who wi'l be making
his third appearan-e with the
University SyrT>oho'. C'.irr-.t'y
is celebratirg Sis 25th anniver-
sary tour of tt>e United Stjits 1
and Canada. The re ed pianist
recently complete-" a marathon
series of ten recitals at Ca-negie
Hali, performing ns.Trly c- v e r y
piece in h-s vast oianlstic reoer-
f
Pearly Gait
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ARTUR RUB'NSTHN
toire without repeating a simile
co 11,0c rftlon.
Orchestra' work* scheduled by
conductor Fabien Sevitzky and the
symphony include Thomas's "Mig-
non Overture.'' Ravel's vivid and
bright "Daphnis et Chloe" Suite
No. 2. with smoll choral accompa-
niment, and Mozart'.- "Symphony
in D major,'' the "Haifner."
T < Kets for the concert, priced
rent SI.75 to $4.50, may be pur-
ha-d at Miami Beach Auditor-
um box office.
Indianapolis Orchestra Slated
Izler Solomon will bring his
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
here on Thursday evening. Mar.
15. at Miami Biach Auditorium.
He will conduct the orchestra ir.
the iourth concert of the annual
membership subscription series of
Community Concert Assn.
Guest soloist will be noted vio-
linist. Joseph Silverstein, who has
recently been appointed concert-
master of the Boston Symphony
Orchestra, replacing Richard Bur-
gin.
Silverstein will perform Violin
Conrvrto No. 2 in D
44, by Wax Bruch.
liner, op.
Conductor Solomon will lend the
irehestra in Introduction to Act 3
rom "Lohengrin." Wagner: Dance
Suite for Orchestra 11923). Bartok:
Symphony No. 101 in D major.
"The Clock." Haydn: and Marche
and Scherzo from "Love for Three
Oranges." Prokofiev.
The concert is open to subscrib-
ers only. There will be no tickets
on sale for admissions to this or
any other single event in the
series.
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a night club show had to have a comic in the star spot to be successful.
However, times have changed considerably in that respect. And there
is no better example than the top night clubs in our town to attest to
that fact.
The majority of the hoadliners this season highest priced in the
nation, too have been singers or dancers or a combination of both.
Comics heading a stage bill have been few and far between.
Evidently the very best ones, those whose appearance more or
less guarantee the nitery owner a profit, have dropped out of the
i world of night clubs to concentrate on more lucrative earnings in the
world of television. This week's new crop of stars in town illustrates
that point emphatically.
Dinah Shore, piling up big profits at the Eden Roc's Pompeii
room, is followed by another singer, Tony Martin, who makes his
second appearance at the Roc this season, opening Tuesday. Dinah
winds up her jam-packed performances Sunday night.
The Diplomat this week is relying on the presence of Eleanor
Powell, in the Cafe Cristal The lormer movie star has been breaking
records all over the nation, since she emerged from retirement last
spring. Starting with her first comeback appearance in Las Vegas,
she wracked up a new high at the Latin Quarter in New York, and now
at the Diplomat is giving localities and visitors a chance to enjoy her
wonderful tap-andtoe artistry.
One comic pops up this week in a star spot. Popular .hick Carter
opens Friday at the Deauville's Casanova room. But then a singer
shares honors with him. teen-age recording favorite. Brenda Lee.
Copa City is doing excellent business, the first time in years, with
a singing comedienne. Belle Barth. During her entire act she works
with a piano.
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BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Most amazing business is being reg-
! istered at the Cinema on Washington ave. Director Leon Schachter has
a tried and true formula: a Yiddish-American feature film combined
with a Yiddish-American stage show. Both are changed weekly. I
stopped by there one afternoon, around 2:30. Every seat in the 1,250-
seat house was occupied by 3 p.m. This is unheard of at a Beach
matinee. Schachter informed me that is a regular occurrence at the
Cinema. To prove it. I returned for an evening performance. Packed
again and spotted amoti}* the audience were a number of visitors.
who were guests at the better hotels, like Fontainebleau and Eden Roc
They got as much pleasure out of the Yiddish-American screen
play and stage play as the older folk. This is the theatre of nostal I,
a chance to recapture some of childhood, and the spirit and language
of parents and grandparents. It's a wonderful experience ii you have
not visited the Cinema. By the way. the stage shows ire -real.
Israeli stage favorite Shoshana Daman, who did phonos j!
business through last month at the Monte Carlo hotel's Exodu; ro >m,
has returned, staging a concert-type show. This sparkling performer
sings in many languages and creates a vivid and tui
image in the spotlight. Catch her by all means, if fou listed
previous performances. Shows are 9 and 11.
Kay Carole's ventriloquism is a n\ >lal
Murray Franklin's. The slim, youi
ning act on the Beach this being her third yi
Mebbe Kaye will come with a female counti : i rt
my. Like to see her
Rolling Hills <; If Lodgi and Countrj Clul
caught on like wildfire among visitors and natr es
sumptuous suites and rooms make a stay then touri
the way down the line. The golf course on t!.i | es i- i
best in the nation, and the service and food facilities iper
course is open lo the public.
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ON SCREEN AND OFF: Another world premiere will be staged
in premiere-happy Miami Beach Wednesday The eagerly awaited,
"Sweet Bird of Youth," Tennessee Williams' latest sexology I realise.
opens with flurry and fanfare at the Carib, Miami. Miracle, 163rd St.
and Essex. A hand-picked cast of Paul Newman ("Exodus" Star), Ger-
aldinc Page ("El Cid"), Shirley Knight, Ed Begiey and Rip Torn will
create the screen excitement. Richard Brooks, who directed "Elmer
Gantry." put his directorial stamp on this big one.
On the same day, another picture with a sex theme, more or less
with a sordid note, "Walk on the Wild Side," opens at the Olympia,
Beach, Gables and Shores. Excellent cast includes Laurence Harvey,
Barbara Stanwyck, and Anne Baxter.
Holdovers and all on reserved seat engagements are "West Side
Story," at Sheridan; "Judgment at Nuremberg," at Lincoln; "El
Cid," at Roosevelt; and. "Black Tights," at Colony. Plenty of variety
for the movie-goer in all four: music, drama, history and ballet. Just
take your choice and enjoy.
An off-beat subject is treated frankly in "Victim," with two fine
actors. Dirk Bogarde and Sylvia Sims, and playing at Parkway and
N'ormandie. "The Mark." dealing with homosexuality, opens todav at
the Mayfair and Sunset.-Maria Schell. Stuart Whitman and Rod Steiger
-tar in this controversial and frank film.
*
DINER'S DELIGHT: Atmosphere and service highlighting the tra-
ditional Sabbath dinner, at the luxurious Morton Towers bayside dining
room, which is open from 5:30 to 9:30, suggest reservations.
The opening-soon Jardin Suisse at the Ronev Plaza. David Schine's
latest innovation at the ocean hostelry landmark on 23rd street. Conti-
nental outdoor dining and sipping at a sparkling oasis a really new
treat for those who have been lo Paree, and for those who haven't, an
even bigger treat.
Nick and Antoinette's feature real Italian home cooking at their
home-like restaurant, 1624 NE 1st st. Everything is made to order.
Phone for reservations. Seating is limited. Tell 'em in advance what
you want for dinner, so you'll save time.
Art Bruns has at least 50 people for dinner every night, and most
evenings he has a lot more. His new Japanese Steak House at Miami
Springs Villas seats just half a hundred, and demand for tables there
among Carriage Club members is at a premium.
Visitors to the Miami area, Dr. Paul Grossbard. leading obstetri-
cian from Passaic. N.J., and his family seen dining at the Pub restau-
rant.

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Rabbi Diamond in Talk
Rabbi Norman Diamond, of Tem.
pie Beth El in Daytona Beach. |ec.
tured at Volusia County Community
College in Daytona Beach |ast
Tuesday under the auspice, ()f lhe
Jewish Chautauqua Society an or-
ganization which creates l>fter un
derstanding of Jews ana ludalM,
through education.
Leonid Hambro
Slated Tuesday
Pianist Leonid Hambro, assistant
to Victor Borge. will be fe
soloist at a benefit symphony con-
cert for and by :h< Miami Beach
Civic Orcnestra at 8:30 p.m
Tuesday, at Mian I Beach Audi-
torium.
Conductor and music d
Barnett Breeskir In addition to
a stint entitled "Hambro Ii
\bout Music." th( ptanisl v.
form George Gershwin's "Rl
dy in Blue" and the Webei "Con-
certstuck."
The program of the 70-mi
orchestra will begin with Ni<
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Windsor" and include "Perpetual
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Stephen Comm
ay morning services. Mar.
.,: Congregation Yehudah
, .h, ,u include the Bar Mit/.-
s ephen. son oi Mr. and
berl Comm, with Rabbi
Steinmetz officiating.
. m is a student at North Mi-
ll Junior High and has
Popiel : 'hgious school for
-
ill sponsor Hie Kid-
1 a reception and dinner
:._ Mi i omm .s pres-
i: gation Men's
i Mr- i' imm teaches in
Mclvin Rossnfeld
ion ol the liar Mitzvah
i, xin ot Mi. and Mrs.
enfold, 1130 Bay dr., will
Saturdaj morning, Mar
nple Menorah, with Rabbi
ibramowitz officiating.
s a si ident at Nautilus
ii : I h and the Temple reli-
'. ml.
low, and grandson of Mrs. Louis
Organek and Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Sckolow, on Saturday morning.
Mar. to. with Rabbi Allied Wax-
hiMi officiating.
Sanford is a seventh grade stu-
denl al South Miami Junior High.
where he i> on ihe Student Council.
He plan- to continue in the Tem-
ple's confirmation (
His parents will tender the Kid-
dush.
E. Alan Hirsch
Bar Mh/v ah oi E. Alan, son of
Mr. and Mi s. Martin Hirsch, will
be observed Saturday morning,
Mar. in. ,,i Coral Way Jewish Cen-
ler, with Rabbi Samuel April offi-
ciating
Alan is a seventh grade student
it West Miami Junior High and the
Temple's religious school.
A reception in his honor will be
held al the Temple Saturday even-
ing.
Melvin Rosenfefd
Neal farr

Neal Farr
Neal, son of Mr and Mrs. William
Farr. will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Mar. 10. at Tem-
ple Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will officiate.
Madeline Laskoe
.\;.ni( line Sandra, daughter of
i- Bernice Laskoe, will become
a- Mr,/', ah on Saturday morning,
a 10 at Beth David. Rabbi
ormai N. Shapiro will officiate.
Tin celebrant is in the eighth The celebrant is an eighth grade
ali ,.: Ada Merritt Junior High, student at Ida M. Fisher Junior
udies piano, and is interested in High, where he is a member of the
-tronomy, swimming and horses, concert band and Future Teachers
Kidoush in her honor Will follow'Of America. His extra curricula
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Sandra Goldstein
ii.. Cecelia.-daughter ot Mr.
M Samuel Goldstein. 4101
6th will be Bas Mitzvah a> evening, Mar. 9. at Flagler
lai Jewish Center.
nor roll student at Kinloch
J nior High, Sandra is a sen-
brew school and active m
Yi Judea program at the
ir A voice student of Mrs
ilarkarian, the celebrant
sung lor many local organiza-
- and will lead the cantonal
il the Friday evening ser-
Shabbal in her honor will
. the conclusion of the
Ronald Lewis
I .M Alfred Waxman will offi-
Bar Mitzvah of Ronald,
i Ir. and Mrs. \\ alter l.>
n ni Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
mm, on Satin ly, Mar.
in at Temple Zion,
is a stud ,; E\ erglades
School and will con-
activities include golf and sailing.
Neal is also an active Boy Scout.
Dr. Lehrman will present him
with the Scout's Ner Tamid reli-
gious award.
The Kiddush following services
and a reception that evening in
Sandra Cc'.ds'.e'ui Madeline Ics.'.od
Ii.- home will be in his honor.
Rcbin Corenblum
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will offi-
ciate al the Bas Mitzvah ot Robin
Corenblum during services Satur-
day morning. Mar. 10, at Temple
Judea.
Robin is a seventh grade student
at Palmetto Junior High, and her
hobby is cooking and baking.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Corenblum.
of 12240 Vista la., will host the Kid-
dush in their daughter's honor.
Kenneth Kempler
Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Kempler, 4636 SW 13th
lir., and grandson of Mrs. George
i:!aker, of Camden, N J., will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Mar. 10. at Israelite Center, with
Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah Is a student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High and the'
: Center's religious school.
His parents will host Ihe Kid-
dush and Oneg Shabbat in his hon-
or.
UM Senior Wins Top Award
A Universi'.j of Miami senior Kappa Phi. national academic so-
<
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tender the Shalos
6 in ;.i- honor.
from Miami Beach has been named
the first CM recipient of the $500
Haskms and Sells Foundation
Award for scholastic excellence in
accounting
Mar-hall Sapersfein. sun of Mr.
and Mr-. Da I Saperstein, of 934
Michigan ave., received Ihe award
durum initiation ceremonies Fri-
,!. at S!;>v,iv- motel for mem-
i ers ol Beta Alpha Psi, national
terniiy. Kenneth D.
Walker. CPA. represented the
Foundation and was principal
speaker.
President t I the recently
cd Miami chapter ol Beta Alpha
C'ety; and Phi Eta Sigma, fresh-
man academic honorary. He is
pi st president of Beta Beta Mu,
finance honorary, associate gover-
nor of the Student Union Board.
and a member of the School of
Business A Iminlstration Ad Coun-
cil.
Noted Scientist
Reads Paper
A Miami Senior High School
graduate, today a distinguished
physician, gave a technical paper
at th;' 16th annual symposium on
fundamental cancer research in
Houston. Tex., recently.
He is Dr. Sidney Grossberg, as-
sistant profc;.soi\pjL,oiiwbuiii*iiy at
the University Of Minnesota.
Dr. Grossberg discussed the ef-
fect of [nterferon on viruses in
cell cancers before some 800 sci-
entists gathered at the symposium
in the Shamrock Hilton in Houston.
The 32-year-old professor is the
son ol .Mrs. Anita Grossberg, ol
(ill) S'.V 9th av.'.. Miami He holds
h.s MD degre< irom Emory, His
home .- Minneapolis
Hoberman Seeks
Second Yerm
Louis Hobi rman has announced
his candi ia< j t o r reeh etion to
Surl : !e i 'oun< il, 'l he election will
ii I Vlai 20
Hoberman, a resident of Greater
Miami since 1945, was nominated
in 1959 and 1S60 lor "Dade County
Outstanding Citizen Award." and in
; he ..- chosen for Ihe annual
award given by the Miami Beach
Democratic club for "Outstanding
Civic Duly."
He is president of Ihe Surfsidc
.Music Society and a director and
past vice president of the Miami
Beach Music and Arts League. He
is a member of the Ner Tamid Tem-
ple advisory board and has served
as presi:!en( of the Dade chapter.
American Jewish Congress; chan-
celor commander, George Gersh-
win Lodge. Knights of Pythias;
and vice president, Surfside Civic
Assn.
He was a member of the Surfside
advertising committee, and is pres-
ently liaison officer of the Surfside
Planning and Zoning Board.
He also served for two years on
the board of governors of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Hoberman studied at the Univer-
sities of Vermont and Wesleyn. and
ha- served with the Connecticut
National Guard anJ the ROTC. He
is in the hotel supply business and
resides with his wife, Estelle, and
do ii'.'her Barbara, at 9065 Carlyle
ave.
During his term in ol!ice. Hober-
man say- his record shows he has
"supported tl be rinnins cl con-
struct! n : the new Civic Center at
tl I3i -
DM. SiDNti GROSSBERG
Detroit Social Club
,; Club of Gn
lid a Purim party on
1 uesd. > at the Algic rs hotel.
in-:;,:: iiion oi new officers for
.. v. i; take place Program will
tun Joseph Malek, attorney and
. I : uter, who will offer a
Up oi mu -leal selections, Btl 1
!. i;a and Meyer Eisenberg, noted
. ctors, iii Yiddish skit-.
CcSebrsty Series
Spates Program
The University of Miami Musical
Comedy Singers will present the
final program for children and
their parents in the Sunday Cele-
brity Series sponsored by the Mi-
ami YMHA Branch, to be held this
coming Sunday afternoon at 2:30
p.m.
This branch of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center is locat-
ed at 450 SW 16th ave.
Under the direction of Ladislao
Vaida, the .iroup will sing and act
out selections from a Broadway mu-
sical show. A'mission is open to
the public at Inrge.
FORT PIERCE, FLA.
"EXCFLIENT"
2 ACRES
4 LOT CORNERS
IN DIRECT
PATH OF GROWTH
CASH PRICE $4,500
owner
6370 N.W. 40th ST.
'.' im Springs, Fla.
T'J R-7691
SiSvermans Will
Host Party Here
Mr. and M Sol (Mol ie -
man will be ho.-ts in hoi'
Huh v ni ivei sai) al I i<
i: mthly partj given !>> li<- Great-
er Miami Women's A >. Jew-
ish Home lor the Aged, al Douglas
ti the Temples confirmation ^ saper"tein graduated from Mi-; Garden on i .v. 2 p.m.
t
Sanford Sokolow
Temple /-ion will be the site ot
I Bar Mitzvah of Sanford, son
<: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Soko-
ami Beach Senior Huh and expects
to receive his degree at UM in
June.
A dean's lis student holding an
Honors Key, he is a member oi
Omicron Delia Kappa, national
leadership honorary for men; Del-
ia Sigma Pi, professional business
fraternity ; !' e t a Gamma Sigma,
academic business honorary; Phi
MISS MARCIA COHEN
Marcia Becomes
Sweet Sixteen
Marcia S. Cohen was feted on
her sweel sixteenth birthday at the
Carillon hotel last Saturday even-
ing by her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Cohen, of 200 Uorth Shore
dr.
Mr. Cohen is resident manager of
the Carillon.
Among 100 guests were Marcia's
grandparents, Harry Cohen and
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schechter,
( I Miami Beach.
A member of Temple Emanu-EI
and secretarv of the junior cla-s,
Marcia also belongs to the Beta
Honorary Club of Miami Beach
High School.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, presi-
ded oi the Auxiliary, will welcome
all gue Is
Mr a- I Mr-. Jacob Rabinowitz,
who recently celebrated their
:.,.i(ieii anniversary, will also be
ed by Judge Irving Cypen,
president of the Home.
Purim presentation of songs has
been arranged by Mi'- Lour- Mako-
v.-kv. program coordinator, with
Irving Pietrack and his orchestra
a..d Joseph C.alane. soloist.
MR. AMD MRS. SOI S.'lVfRMAN
A
.
1 houg silent, tl
. ite memorials
i powerful mes-
sage '' those passing bj.
The family monument is
more than a piece of stone
,!..,. ;- pi lished and carved.
It is a svninol of family si i-
bilitv and an indication ot
solidarity of tlie family
even bevond death.
We will assist you in
choosing the monument for
your family. We take pride
in helping t a m ilies bot li pre-
need and at-nced to choose
a memorial that they will
be proud of. lust call or
come by today. REMEMBER
Olr Motto. "We Exist
To Serve You."
PROFESSIONAL MAN
32. with ser:s.us intentions, seeking
... nit Irivolouti airl, ag; 20-
30 wi*h s'rnllar intention*. Phot->
n-Guesleti irotu'nabie.) Box 1501,
..n: P.O., '.'..:. v. ill.
F0.H LEASS-9C0 ACRES
IN PALM BEACH COUNTY
RamU Large Dee)i , Sugar Rois:ng, Crai'.rrj. or small tracts. No Roals. nuefc. S6 per acre per year. FR 3-3013
Hslp WantedFemale
SECRETARY STEN0
Community 0r^-n'.a;ion in North
HVami Office. 5-Day Week, Paid
Vacation and Sick Leave.
Write Resume to
Executive Director
450 SW, 16th Ave., Miami
WIDOW DESIRES
ROOM AND BOARD
Congenial Home with Understanding
OX 1-42-12
Caribbean Marble Co. Inc.
7232 S.W. 42 St.
Phon: MO 1-4055
P.O. 3ox 7207, Luillom Branch
We Ci'ean MONIIVfNTS, Call
For ffr'E ESTIMATES.
Elderly Hungarian Gentleman
wH.'hes to get
StVESAL KOSHER MEALS WEEKLY
Call between 9-10 A.M. or 5-7 P.M.

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Friday, March 9, 1962
School Delegates
To Atter.d CJA
Rally at Bureau
n'ledales from 40 Jewish sell loll
v.il! attend the annual breakfast
m iiing of the school Combined
.:iish Appeal on Sunday, 10 a.m..
a. .he Bureau of Jewish Education.
The program will include reports
from the delegates ot each school
a: to the progress of the CIA cam-
I .n in their schools.
Louis Schwsrtimsn, executive
d rector of the Bureau, will dis-
cuss the role of the CJA in the
community. The program will
also include a community-sing
and a discussion of the possibili-
ties of forming an inter-school
Keren Ami Coencil which will
meet regularly dunng the course
of the school year.
The Keren Ami Council would
assume the role of a Junior led
eiation, studying the functions of
I'JA. national and local agencies,
.,: i making definite recommenda-
- for contributions within the
individual schools.
The delegates will also receive a
which is now being used through-
out the Jewish schools here. The
bulletin includes suggestions lor
school and classroom procedures in
the campaign, outlines for sug-
'.:< -ted lessons for the classroom in
applying Jewish values to the cam-
paign, a list of material available.
outlines of Federation allocation to
the agencies, describes the CJA.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C I WO
:-: \KI. Rl iSENBLATT,
Plaintiff,
1 ':.\ SBRNAKER ROSENBLATT,
ndanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T" DoRA SKI'.N VKER
ROSENBLATT,
Elkins Park House
Kikms Park it. Pa.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
'omplalnl For Divorce has been
fi!< -l against \ ou, and you are
ed to nerve a copy "f your An-
- ,. ading to the i'omplainl
For l 11. >n platnl Iff's attor
m -. Talli.....ft'. ^ iller a l.ltman,
~ _" Lincoln II.-ail. Miami Reach,
the orlg inal A ti w.i
office "i Mi.- Clerk
lie Cli rl -ri .'i bel
Mi "-' It >ou
o bo Igmenl b> d< fault ill he
n avail for the reliel di
ded m the 'omplalnl l* or l *i -
ONE and ORDERED al Miami
l- da, thin 'Ui daj of Fein I I
K P i i: VTHBRMAN, Cli rk,
c .; Klol Mia
B} : E II LAN WAT,
i lepnt) 'i.rk
TALIANoPI WALI.HR a LITMAN
neyt for Plaintiff
.' Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, f lorlda.
I IS, 1 t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55377-B
IX RE Estate ..r
IDA FELDMAN,
.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Person* Hnv-
Infl Claim-* <>r D.-miuids Aaainsl S.nd
E itl
Vou nr,- hereby notified and re-
ed to present any claims and de-
mi mis which you may have against ._' E nil Avenue
LEGAL NOTICE
CERT.FICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
I \ THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
5TATK OF Fl ORIDA
Tl I ALL Ti I Will I.M r : -
-II M.I l'i IME, UREE ri '
MICHAEL COHEN, HAY
II USIti HI ISL vNDS, I* I.O R I D A :
HARRY Kl.CBECE, HAY II IRIW '1!
ISL VXDS, ELI RIDA; AI E I. VIS I
[OKI Ml \M1 BEACH, I.OR-
n v .11 the i It It dn> ol I k-lober,
A 11 |h5. cause to In i ri- |n I ttetl
r the law of thi State of PI >i Ida
,'. iiki 'K i 'i IRP a i ". uratti with
its t ti i.-ii: AMI REACH, DADE COl'XTY. Ill
the State "i I- '"ii la, anil hei .is
ten i |k>i al i r i did on the itith daj
if Kebruary, A.D. I62. ciiusi In '"
in lhe .'in. ..f ih. SecfetaiJ '.I
Si ol tin Wtali ol Klol id '. ili.-
.1. inn ma v authniil.. requii i il
, I- i Statuti how-
ri. e dh Urn
\ .. erefi re, i hi Si ui> of
State i i i
lid that he is >
.... ...
. Itl]
IX \\ ITX ESS WHEREOF, I lun i
li .....hi..
the
..i Kin Ida, Bt T:i
Hi,- Cap t.-tl. I T\> E.vn
SIXTH di FEHRI Vin A.D.
TO.M VDAMS
-. i | ii ry i

NOTICE BY PUBL'CA- ION
IN THE CIRCL'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 22?8
CONSTANCE LA VERNE SHIN EI1S,
P alntlff.
vs.
CHARLIE SHIVERS
I lefendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl: ''HA RUE SHIVERS
V....."HARLIE SHIVERS, are h. re-
in notified thai n Bill ol Complain)
for l 'i \ .r. ha- bei n filed again si
you, and > n are required to serve a
imi|i> of youi Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint on the Plaint-
Attorney, PAl'L KWITNET, 120
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
.IE i -v.m;, and file the i rlsinal An-
-w.-i ..I Pleading In the office of the
Clerk ..I ih.- Circuit i 'oui I on "i be-
fore Hi. Bth ila> ..f April, 1982, If you
fail t.. do so, Judgment b> default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In Ihe Bill of Complain)
This ii--' i shall be published once
each week foi four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I LI IRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED a) Miami.
Elorida, this 2nd daj ..f Mar. li A IX
1962
E. R I.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
i'ii. i il lade County, Plot Ida
(seal) B> K M I.YMAN.
t>eput) Clerk
;: 1-16-2 1-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1966
DIAXNE E, FROST,
Plaintiff,
\ s
I III i.MAS i: EROST,
I.. '. n.I.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl i Till >.\1 IS K I- Rl 'ST
si
i ... pur N *i
You, Till i.MAS i: I Rl .ST an here-
Ii) ii itifii-d thai i Bill .-i > 'omplainl
Hlvorci I .i been filed agalnsi
> ou, and you .. ; -i......1 to sei \,
\ i Pli ding In
i::M uf Complain) ..u the Pin
uttorne>, .'li.irl.s M Kelly, 1.125
i: lib Ave Hlab ah. Plorlda and file
original Ans er ..r I 'leading in
ti.....Hi..- of the Cli rk ..f the i ircull
Court "ii "i" before the 2nd da) of
1962 If you fail I., do so,
hi by def.i nil will be taken
against you for the reliel demanded
in the Bill ..! Complain)
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
l iNE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Foridn, this SSrd daj of February,
A.I I. '
i: II LEATHERMAN Clerk,
1' ii Court, l i ty, Florida
(seal) Bs M. i 'AVALARI8,
Deput) Clerk
CHARLESM KELLY
BY HENRY lEC^ARD
"Next time you'll listen when
the Rebbe gives you instructions."
Cepr. 1W1, Don', ProJuii'-m
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under Ihe I name ..f
Id ILLANDER C" 'Ml' VNY a) S< N K
10th Street, Miami Intend t" register
said ii.im. \wili the Clerk ..f ihi Cir-
cull i'niii'1 <>! I'.i.le County, Florida
III Til HOLLANDER
SAM I'EL HOLLANDER
MILTON A 1- RIBDMAX
Attorne) foi Applicants
Alnsli v BldK.
2 ::., :\ 2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY DIVEN thai
ih. undersigned, desiring t.. engage in
business undVr the fictitious nan.....f
CITY CNIPORM ft SIK iP TOWEL
RENTAL SERVICE at niimli. ::
S \V Tih Street in the City "f Miami.
Elorida Intends t.. register the s.ii.i
name with the Clark of the Circull
Court ..f Dade CounQr, Florida.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 15th
das "i I '.l.inai v. 196!
NEW FRENCH BENZOL
i'I.K NERS A I. M'NIiltY. INI'
ARONOVITZ, SILVER A- SCHER
Ait. rne> for Applicant
6n" \in-:> v Building
.Miami St, Florida
i 23, 1(2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring :' engage In
us name of
s & s K VBItli N h Miami
. .. Miii -.ii. F orlda, Inti mis i..
reg ster said name w Ith *
the i ii i-ni i 'ii: of 1 'aile 'ounl i.
Floi Ida
I'M R PEEN I'll STREET
FABRIC r. VZA \K. INC,
WELLIUCH .\ DOCOHERTY
\ lt.il ii. \ !..' 1 '..nil .-.-lit )l
s:i. i i abt i ilacaar, mc
i 21, 3 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1768
.lll'V GAIL RYDER,
Plaintiff,
\ s
li: \NK DEC \ 111: RYDER,
i'. f. ndant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vuf. PRANK DECATl'R RYDER,
:..'l TAMPA STREET, DRLANIK),
FLA., ..re notified to serve a copy your answei to Divorce Complaint
filed against you on Plaintiff's at-
torney OEORQE NICIIi il.AS. 1211
NW 7 81 Miami. Kla anil file orig-
inal with Clerk ..f this Court on ..r
before Ihe 29th da> "f March, 19*2,
otherwise complaint v*ill lie confessed
b) you.
DATED Februar) ih, 1962
E B. LEATHER!! \N. Clerk,
Circuil Court, Dade Count), Florida
i seal i B.vi N A HEWETT
Deput) Clerk
2 :::. :: J-9-16
'I .-si ite of I1 'A PELDMAN, de-
ceased late ..f Dade County, Plortdsv,
in the County Judge* ..f Dude Coun-
and file the same In duplicate and
ai provided in Election 731.16, Ftorlth
Btatutes, in their nffk-es in the Coun-
ty Coorthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
th. time of the first publication here-
r t ii.- --.. in.- will im inn red
i' led at Miami. Florida, this -7th
da) of l-'.-t'l Hal \ All. 1962.
JACOB FELDMAN
As Executor
Mi 'KRIS i ( IHEN
Attorney for Jai ob t eldman
ii'. Alin.-iia Ave, Coral Gables, I'la
:: 9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55421-A
IN RE: Batata ..f
ll \i:l'.V i L-UFT,
I),-. eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.> All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
ing I'l.iim- or l in.in.Is Against Saul
Estate
Y"ii art hereby notified and re-
quired t< present any claims and de-
iiiiimls win. h y..n may ha\e against
the estate ..r HARRY .) i.n'T de-
ceased late .if Dade County, Florida,
tn the Count) Judges ..r Bade County,
and file the same In duplicate and ai
lir.ivlded In Suction 721.16, Florida
Statutes, m i heir offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication hers-
oi. or th>- same uiii be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida., this 7th
day of March, A.D. n>62.
ANNA I.CFT
As Administratrix
ARONOVITZ, SILVER SCHER
Attorneys for Administratrix
(07 Alnsley Building
2/9-Hi -; H)
Hlaleah, Florida
a tioi ii..\ for Plaint iff
:: 2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55343-A
IN RE Estate of
BENJAMIN S1EOLER,
l < ceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and vu Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against s.u.i
Estate:
Vim are hereby notified iiml re-
quired to present an) claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate "' BENJAMIN 8IEGLER
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges ..f Dade
County, and fin- the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the data of the
firs) publication hereof, or the sanis
will be barred.
en \i:i.ks SIEOLBR, Executor
II Rl IBERT Kl H.TNoW. Ait..1 n,>
S29 w. -i Flagiei Street
Miami. Florida
16-22-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
. ii.. s under the fictitious name .f
A-A-A PRINTERS at 22 N.W, 20th
Street, Miami. Dads County, Florida
Intends to register s.ii.i name with,
the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of!
i >inie ('mini v, Florida
ADOLPHBJ ROSMAN
Bole i 'wn.'i
ROBERT I 9PIBOELM \N
fiim Blsca) ne Building
19 vv.-si Flagier street
Miami 32, Florida
Aitoi nsy f. r Applicant
:; 9-14-C2-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55082-A
IN RE Estate ol
MINNIE RUBIN
Dei l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn .lit.ns and All Pen II t
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vim are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any cuilmi and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of MINNIE Rl'BIN de-
ceased la'.- of Dade County, Florida,
I,, the County Judgies of Dade diun-
i\. and fil* the Basse In dupUoate and
as provided In Section 732.16,
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courtlii.ii.se in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, in the name iil be barred.
i>ai>.i ai Miami, Florida, this mil
day of February, A.D, 19*2.
ANNA I1AI.K
tfl Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 22rd day of February, IMS.
A. IICHIl lITl.KK
Attorne) for Administratrix
7m; Unsli v Building
_________ _____
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55256-A
IN RE: Estate or
CHARLES HARRYAXELROTH
1 l.'l'.'HSt'll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hay-
ing i Maims or llemaiids Aguinst Saiil
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and <1<--
manils Which you may have against
the .state of CHARLES HARRY
AXELROTH deceased late ..f Dade
County, Plorlda, to the Count)
Judges of bade County, and file the
sam. in duplicate anil as provided in
Seotlon 722.11, Plorlda Statutes, la
tbair ofYless in the County Court-
house in Hade County, Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
sam.- will he barred.
Hated ai Miami, Plorlda, tris 14th
day of Febrnarv, A.D. 1962.
Ix IRA NAHIItC
As Executrix
BERN8TETN ,v MILLER
By! Milton Miller
Attorney for Kxecutrix
mm Congress Building
Miami, Florida,
2/23, 3/2-9-1C
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1774
CLINT) iN F. V\ ELLS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LORA N WELLS,
I lefendant
BUI r FOR DIVORCE
i i i Ii) IRA N. WELLS
Kotierts Hotel, i No Ilaum St.

^ira N. Wells, hi s hereby no-
un..,I thai .. UIII ol Con |il lint I
i;..i aga in>' you, a nil
. .i.....Ired to s.'i-\ a
your Answ .i or Pli tdll g to I he Mill
of Complaint on the Pktlntifl
ne). \\ inter and I loldl irb, n" I'.is-
cayne Bldg 19 Wesl Flagb i St \li
......ami file tin Inal An
HWer ..i I leading In till office .a the
' 'l.-i I. ..I the il' -ii '"in i on or be-
: the 21rd da) of Mai eh, ,1 II
\-iii fall i" do so, Judgment by defaolt
will I... taken againsl you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill of l oni
plaint
notice shall be published once
each \\ eek for four consei a .. ., .
in THE JEWISH n..'1'.lHIAN.
DONE AMi ()RDEKi;H at Miami,
Florida, this 19th da) of February,
AH. I9tt.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk,
Circull Court, Dade Count). Florida
(seal) By: B, H. LANWAY,
l leputy Clel k
wintt-:r A GOLDFARH
Florida4507 Blscayns Bldg., Miami. Put.
B) Max A. lloldfarb
Attorney f,.r Hi-iintiff
l'..'::. ::'2-a-i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 5i40;-C
..f
' I T \ KA.MINSKY,
ase I
NOTICE TO CRCD.TORS
I'o All Creilltms and A I
i ,. ..
.
v are h< reby notlfed ai d re-
II preseni an.. lalms anil d, -
al an.Is H hil 'l v OU inal htiVi
the -la'.- of YETTA KAMINsKV .1.-.
L ....-. l. :.- of i '...I,' County, I
to the Count) Judges of Dad. i
.mi : i the same In their ofl li
li' C.....it) i'"in tinuis.. in I ,.|.
t) I an da, itli ti -i\ n|,
in.mill li .'I i .
'
| !..- bai i i
NA i II A N K \Ml\sKY
II ItdllEll r KOLTXOW, Vl
A'esl l lagier Street
,i ., I. Hi i Ida
Il .
IN TME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
TLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 5070! GeO'-fle T. Clark
. ,.f
HENRY DEWEY J V(
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
'ii \ Cn IItor* and Ml Pi nm, il.,% .
Clain I I'.l- Again? -
,'. i.i eb) notifed and
I in pri sent an) i laimn aim
maii'i- w hit ii \ ".i ma) h i\. ggd
Ihe .late of HENRY DEW EY
i 'i >l lY di .as."I late ol I de Cnum
Plot Id i. Ihe Count) Judgi m I
County, ami file the sum. m dnph-
11 nil as pi.a id.'.I in S.-i lion 7 I
I- l"i Ida Statutes, In theli offlci -
:h. t'ount) ('onrtliou- in Dade Coun-
ty, hlorlda, within six calendar mon
11 .ii i he i im.- "I i he firsl p tblli
hereof, or the same will be barred
Haled at Miami. Florida, this -'
da) of Fi bruar) A.D 1962.
PHEBE I. JACOBY
As Administratrix
BERNSTEIN A- MILLER
II) Milton Mill.-r
\n "iiii'i for Administratrix
MM "<.iikiess Building
3 2-16 -
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 23722 Acts ot 194!
File A.20495
NOTICE is HEREBY lilVKN that
Nathaniel W. Slegel holder of Clt) ol
Homestead Tax Sale Certificate No
38719 issued (he 2nd day June, A H
1958, has filed same in my office, and
has made application for a tax deed
to be issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property In the County of Dads, State
of Florida, to-wit:
I...I 1 Block S Fread'a Vddn #2
Plat Book Page 112 In Section 13,
Township ".7 Smith. Range :i* East
in the Clt) of Homestead, Count)
of i >ade, si.,te of Florida.
Th.- assessment of said propert)
under the said certificate was in the
nan:. ..l : I 'iikm.u n
I'nleos said certificate shall l.e re-
deemed according to law, ihe prop-
ert) described herein will be sold to
the highest l.i.Mi.r at the Court House
door on the first Monda) In the
month of April, 1961, which is the
2nd d..y ol April, I 'ii^.
I la ted : in- 281 tl day of t. In ry,
1962.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
i 'lei of Mir, nil Court
l '.i.i.- County, Flor d ,
..-al) Hi II M LEEPER,
I leput) Clel k
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1779
BERNARD A. WIEDER,
Plaintiff.
vs.
MAXINK It ADAMS,
Defendant
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
Ti > maxim: it ADAMB
Address 1'nknown
You, MAX INE It. ADAMS, are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint
for Mortgage Foreclosure has been
riled againsl you. and you are re-
quire to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Hill of i ompUint
on tin Plaintiffs attorney, BERNARD
a. WTHDeTR, Rsy tar Lincoln ltd..
Miami lleai-h. Morlila. .IE S-WOt, and
file the original Answei- .-r I'leading
In the office of the Clerk of th. I n
CUil Court on or before the 22nd day
of March, 19(2 if you fall to .1" so,
Judgment by default will be taken
aga iii.il yon for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published ones
each week for four consecutive nests
in THE JEWISH Fl.OKlDIAN.
DONE ANI> DRliKRKIi at Miami.
Elm i.la. this 19th day of February,
A.D. 1962.
K. B. LEATHERMAN. nerk,
i "in ult Court. Ihide Countv. Plorlda
(seal) By: I. SNEE1 '17N
Deputy Clerk
HEItXAItH A WIEDER, ESQ.
47 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
IE IM '
Attorney fur Plaintiff
2/23, 3/2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 528661 C
Km.,.,- f
.NATHAN N IT. U'MAX,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D.STRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereby given ihat I have
riled ni) Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and E1n.il Discharge
as Executrix "f the estate ol MA-
THAN N TRAl'MAN, deceased md
thai mi ihe ttth day of March, IMS,
win apply to the Honorable County
Judge* if Had.- Count). Florida, for
approval ..f said Final Report and
for dinribiiti.in sad final discharge
a- Executrix of the estate ..i the
above-named decedent Tin.- -'"tli da)
of February, IMt.
FRANCES F Tit A I'M AN.
Executrix
JOSEPH A VdN ARX
Attorney
.102 Itisi-uvne Building
Mian... Florida
8/---l-23
PARR.
Bill "f
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 2185
FREDA O. PARR,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM ALBERT PARR.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM ALBERT PARR
11 TH Fairmont Avenue
Sherbrooke.
Quebec, Canada
You. WILLIAM ALHERT
are hereby notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
sscve a copy of yotsr Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plalntlff-s attorney. FINKEL
AND i:i.KIN', tilt Hade Federal Build-
ing, 101 E. Flagier St., Miami :I2,
Morlda and file the original Answer
or I leading In the office of the CMS*
of the Circuit Court on or before the
1'th day of April. 1962. If you fail 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
sash week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH KLORIIMAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at MtamS,
Florida, this 28th day of Febrnur,,
AD 1962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
3/2-9-16-M


Friday. March 9. 1962
, towisti Her id/fan
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
i
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I
N
in

.11
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
nTl.i: is HEREBY niVKN thai
. : ,_ ni d, desiring to ngage
lalni under th flcl :i lou* nami
SALON I'" Alt'l'isri: .it :!:'.' Hard-
Vvenue, Rurfside, Miami Beach
iter said an mi with
i Merit of the Clre ill i oui i ol
i, County, Florida.
-Ill OK LINCOLN ROAD, INC.
A Fin, Corp.
II ii-lfi-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 18C8
i i |.i:i:.\l, N VTiONAL MOIITOAOE
, -si 'i 'i \th 'N, n corporate n
. nanlsed under and i Istlng h>
Hue of ih. laws 'f iIn.- >'
,.f Vmerica,
rl.. Intlff,
vs.
j;i IHRRT M. WINN .1- T tee In
Llaiiki uptcy, etc., el al.
I i. f. ndants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
* ., Robert II Winn. as Trustee i'
ilnnkruptcy for Southern Mortgage
1 -., Inc., a Florida r........n ilnn
]:'{ Tower Building, M".-, K Street,
Washington, D.C.
Robert M Powers, St., and chrla-
dne Powers, his wife, If alive or if
,1,:,,!. (ii.ii- unknown helra, dev-
isees, legatees, grantees, assignees,
llenors, creditors, trustees and all
par'len having or claiming i" havi
.my right, title or Interest In the
property herein described Resi-
dence Unknown
p...i,i-it 1.. Vollmer and Octavla 8
Vollmer, his wife
_;; \ lers Mill Road,
Rock\ llle, Mars land
\..u are hereby notlfl
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVLNTH juO C ~ v,.rt.UI. v. r
FlOHDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No b2C 1569
All 1,1 \M R. I 11 IRSKT I'.
Plain Ifi,
' -
ANN \ Ri 'ITH I H IRSETT,
i '. II .Mill.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
r
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 53941 -C
IN RK: Ki ..-
ETHEL i.itv
1...
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn Ml Credit. ml All Persons Hat -
"-- r aims 01 1 lemands Agalnal Said
LEGAL NOTICE

'i '
,1

re-
notlfled nnd
.... rri nny claims anil de-
,"!>. Anna RouUbDorsetL-are n whkh yu may have agnlnst
11 -.. I'HFU. I.l TV ,1, ised
by
^i n I11 hei n filed
.1 1 .-,"; t. ,1 I
I
II iyni
our \n- w< 1 r 1 n -: to thi C.mi-
oil th, I'.aiml.i k nl : :i y. J
I 'a\ al I .;. I111 2 S.E. I r. A..
Mian I :. ids nnd 11 thi i> -I 1
Vnsw r 1 : Pi. ad n- In thi
ih.- Clerk of the circuit Court ,!! :
..... the "'Hi ,,.:. ......
If j 011 fail lo do so, .i idgn enl li
fault w III 1 t.iken ... m t \ -i 1 I .
i>. II 1 d, 11 .i, 1 n tl.e 0
Compla [1
Ihi.nk \xn 1 lui 1:1:1:11 m Miami.
Florida, :lii- 13th daj of February,
Al' 1 II

t-aptioned action ha
th<
that the
bi t-n In-
.tittitcd against you In the Clrctill
1 rt of the Judicial Circuit "t FI01
H 11 nnd for 1 iade Counts. '" fore-
lime .1 mortgage upon the following
Ihed n ai properlj :
l..,i 1 Ulock I HOMESTE \l> LAKE
I \ UK H IMEH. according '> the
Ihi n "f. 1 ecordi .1 In Plal Rook
page .'. of the I'ulilli Rei 1 1 .l~
Dndi 1 ~ 11 > 1 >. I'l.'i Ida
> are roqulri >1 i" file > our an
wt-r in plaintiffx I'omplalni with Ihi
k of r .-.... mild "mil t. and
, 1 opj thei of tt|..... plaintiff's
Hi nrj II. Vrrii n, l":.l
11 .1 Vvenue, Mil n
not i.it. r than Mar. li 26,
., 11, n pro Confi --.. ill I
,-d auainsl >..".
1 ..:. .1 February 21, 1962.
1: B. LEATHERM \N
del K ..f tip "li cull '""i 1
. RS K M LI MAN
Peputy Clerk
IIKNRY ARRINOTON
nrncj for Plaintiff
I n \\ Third Ai cnue
M lami 1- lorida
I 13, ', 1-9-1"'.
1:. It. .1 \ 11, 1: MAN. I'll i
. lit 1% in, 1 .in, '.I hi>. Fli
1 seal) lij K. M. I.VMAN
p. |>ntj 1 lerk
1 DAVlIi . IK I:\1A.N
2 S.E. FiiM Ai nue
Mian 1. Fl ..,,
Attorney r. r Plaintiff
2 '18-23.
2 '.
of PAPE County, Florida, I"
Count; ; dges of I >ail< '' mntj.
I.' -II .1. ill 111. ii offlCI K
11 I lie Co Co irthouse In I iade
Coumy, I w i-.iiin >i.\ calendar
... 11 ii- date ..f Ihi fli -1
lion h< if, or t :> sa..... >\ ill
In lint-red.
JOHN l.t'TY, Executor of the
Fstati of ETHEL LL'TT,
I >. i-.,l.
\ 1.1 i:r:i > KRKISl.ER
\- tor s foi Executor
... Mnsle; B'tlt:
Miami 32, I lm 1 n
2'23, 3 2 1-J6
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2121
PARTERET SAVIN.;s AND LOAN
ASSl il'IA'I'll IN,
laintiif.
Fli r-
,-n-
NOTICF BY PUBLICAriON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1725
JOSE III :N li' 1 OALERA
Plaintiff,
AKSENI \ FIPKIJNA li.M.KKA
11. 1. n.l.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T" VRSBN1A FIPKI.1NA OALERA
Santa Bmllla 29
Bauta, Habaiia. Cul.a
Yi.ii are hereby notified that a Bin
of Complaint for Dlvorci h heen
filed nualnst you, ami you te re-
quired to serve a c..|.> of y,.nr An-
swer or Pleading t" the Bill of Com-
plain! on the plaintiff's Attorney,
Manuel Zalac, 1408 Congress ltulld-
ing, Miami, Motida. and file Ihe orig-
inal v- wer .'i Pleading In the office
..f tli. 1-.rk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 26th day of March, IMS.
li you fall to do so, judgment by de-
tault :ii hi- taken against you for
thi 1. Ii< r demanded In the Bill "i
'omplalnt.
This notice srall t"- published once
each week for four consecul v. u.. (8
111 Till: JEWISH Kl .ol! I PI AN.
PONE AND ORDKRKH at Miami.
11......a, this 16th day .,1 February,
A 11 1862.
1: R 1.1: VTIIKKMAN. Clerk,
Circuit 1'..in t. Dade Counts. Floi Ida
1 seal) 1 M t'AV \\. VRIS
Peputs Clerk
M \nii:i. /. \i \.-
108 Col Bldg.
Miami 1 11 Ida
Plaintifl
.' 28, 3 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55195-C
IN RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM ENTIN
I'.. eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsi S
i :--.i'.
Y..11. nnd 1 ii of >..ii ari
notlfli claims and demands which you, >r
either of > o'l. may hn\i agall
. stati nl VIIRAH VM ENTIS
... 1 in. 1,1 .,..,-. cunty, New
V01I h tin. Houoraldi
.1 nil.....1 Cou
same I the Cunt
hum I lad.
- \ eali 11
dull 1 ll first llratl.ll
Said rliiu
p|:al address 1,1
... torn I esi't
1 1 sal il li
s,-. 1
In \, t.
Hated Fel.rnai! 6. A.D. 1 -
PANIEL ENTIN
\- Alielila K tor of thi
H I anil 1. Stan ul VliRAHAM
ENTIN, I'....1-. tl.
K IVNER A- \\ VNNHEIMER
t "11 Lincoln 1: .
Miami i'..1. 1 Florida
Aaorneys t.i- Amlllai % Exi
- -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2037
Wll.l.l \M 1 KHERtiALIS,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
(1ERTRCPE SHERUAIJS,
I "ii. mi-ant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO:Oertrude Shergalis
219 K. Chestnut St., Apt. 1201
Chicago, Illinois.
You. Oertrude Shergalis, are Inn -
bj notified that a BIU of Compla nl
for PiM.i.i- has been llled .o-am-i
you. and yoi an required to servi B
copy "f yo-jr Answer or Pleadlns 10
thi BUI of Complaint on the Plaint-
iff's attorney, Owen S, Freed, Esq.,
Room -116. 2.'..". I'nrverslty Drive, Coral
Oahlcs, llorida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the offlci 1 f
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2nd das of April. 1962.
you tail to do s... Judgment by di ri
ill be taki 1 against you f"i :l" re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for foul consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
po.ni-: \NP OP.PERRn al Miami,
Florida, this 26th day "f February,
A. P. 1962.
K H LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, I iade 1 "ottnts >
(seal) Bj I- S Pel'lETRO
i ? |...i!-. 1 'lerk
1 i\\ EN P. IHKKP. ESQ.
2.. 1 ni\. rsl > 1 'rive
Coral tlablen, Fli
\ttorm y for Plaintiff
RONALD I-:. GARDNER and AVIS .I.
. iARPNER, Ins wife, el al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
T. Robi rl 11 Winn, as Trustee In
Bankruptcy for Mason Mortgage
\- Ins .-sun. nt Corp.
lOSlTower Building
I in:, K s i,-i 1, N.W.
w nshinston, P."'.
Y...1 at, hei. bj nol ltd 1 thai thi
ihovi capl Inni .1 action has been In-
il ited ... -1 you in the 1 "Ircull
... 1 of 1 lii Judlclul Circuit of Flor-
ida in nnd fo 1 iade 1 'oitni v t.. fore-
. ., ., in- 11 Ihe follow in^
li .-,-ill.e.l I'. 1 npi rl> :
' '. 1RRE1 "I'l'.l I PL \T
11F I.!.. 11 is 'AIII >L CITY, .1. -
. ,1 plal thel eof, cord
. .1 in Pint II ml 61 nt Page "- ol
In 1 .. i:. 01-ds ..1 I'.ii. County,
tosi thi r .' .li Hotpoinl 1
utoi '' \ I".'.
You 11. reii Ired to file your ai
. .In 1 v .th the
Cletk il nforesi III I rt, and
., ,-ve 1 lereol ii|...11 plaintiff -
Home} M \RTIN INK, 1 1th Floor
I ide 1 di nl Building, Ml 1 1 32,
I lo d.t nl 'al r than April 2.
., iK-eree 1' Collfesso \\ ill I"- nt. 1-
ninsl > ..11
1 iati il: Ki bruai \ 2T. I62,
E. B LEATHERMAN
erk of I hi 1 "li cult Court
11} K M I.VMAN.
I ., |Mll> "'! I 1.
M \KTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
nth Floor Pade Federal Building
< Miami :.'-'. Fl irlda
3 2-9-16-23
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ':i\ EN thai
ih, undei signed, desiring to ngagi ut
i.i-iii.-- uniler the fli'tltfous name of
THE SI'MMII' ..: 1919 Collins Avenue,
Miami B. oh. Kloi Ida Intend lo 1 eg-
Istei said name uitli the Clerk of the
Circuit n-l .'i i '...I. ...inn. Floi -
Ida.
flll.BERT SENS
M.AN "'. SENS
IIIWIN BAKER
IRONtlVITZ, SILVER & HCHER
Attoi-n.-y.- foi The Summit
iin7 Alnsley Building
.Miami. Florida
IN THE COUNTY .UDGES COURT
IN AND FOR TADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. N PROBATE.
No '4809-C
IN RE: Bstati
JOSEPH WKr.'STKIN,
I .--;.- I.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereto; given that I have
filed my Final Report ami Petition
for Distribution and Klnal Plsehsrir.
as Executrix of the .state of JOJ-'EPIl
WEINSTE1N, deceased: and thai mi
the 12th day uf March, 1962, will ap-
ply to the Honorabli County Judges
of Pad.- County. Florida, for approval
..f said Kinal Report and foi distribu-
tion and final discharge as Executrix
of the estate ..f the above-named de-
cedent. This I'tii day ..f February,
1962.
MARGARET FINE
As Executrix of the Estate, of
Joseph \Y> instein. Deceased.
MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys
1150 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Elorldn
2 16 2 '..
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54919-C
IN RE: Estati ol
ALFRED PIX" IN
I" ..sell.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All v. d lora and All I'ei ms Hav-
ing I'niiiis 01- Demands I iW
Estate:
You are hereby antlfled and re-
iiuired to present any olalms and de-
mands uhieh vo.t iimv havi
ihe estate of ai.kkkp DIXoN de-
. used late ..f l >ade Cou ly. 1 lorida,
to tin Count) Judges ..f la.1. .'oun-
tj, and file the same In .1 e and
ai provided In Section 733.16, 1 lot-i.la
Statutes, in th.ir offices In th. t'oun-
t) Courthoiibo In Dadi County, Flor-
ida, within sis eal. n at 1 ihs from
the 1.....1 the first publli atlon here-
of, or tin- game ill be barre I.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
. ij of February, A i>. i^t>-.
MA It; IK D1XO.N
\ Administratrix
.1 N MtlRRIH
hi f..r Administratrix
'l-l In;:..!,..'ii Bldl
2 93, 3 9 16
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
SOI .- HEREBY GIVEN thai
in ..... I'1
i- in, dor the '""' "f
REAL-AR r STUDIOS al 2211 N.W.
I-!.. I Miami, Pis Intends to
regisiet name with thi 1 '!: i< of
Id
thi .. 'oi. t ..;' 1 'ade 'ountj.
.- 1 I 11 RE All'l S, INC.
1.1 l"lu. Crp 1
Sole 11\\ ner
1 -1:11: I'KI.M \N. ALBERT
Applicant
rt i- St.
3 '-'
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 67C 2120
.1 I KIM.AK MuK 1 "I U!E
.'. IRI1 lltATION '1 I 1.' 'R1DA,
Plaintiff,
- :c< .if : 1 .~W s. ii' BERT and U IRV
11 SCHl'BERT, li wife,
I i.teiiilan:-.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti i: (leorgi vV Schul t and
Mm j I' Schul ert, his 11
9 Hamilton \v nui
1 : 1 sh.11 cli. I '.mi > Ivanla
> u hereb} mil Ifli thai
,,i, ivi ... pi uni .1 .. lion has hei
, 1 againsi you In thi 1
1 the Judli lal 1 'ii cull of K
Ida hi and foi 1 :..... Count} to
close a 111..1 mat. upon Ihi
il, m 1 [bed real propi rt} 1
Lot 3 P.lo. h "6 St iRWO" >P I'll- I'll
ADDITION SECTION TWO,
cording to the Plat th.....of, n
e,l in Plal Book 65 al Page 109 ol
thi Public P......us ..f Dade I'
Florida.
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complain) th Ihi
lerk of the a foi lid Court,
serve a copy thereof upon plal
attorney, MARTIN FINK, Hth Kl
1 iade 1 .li ral Building, m i
Klo Ida not Iati r than Vpi il :'. Is62 1 r
.1 Decree Pro Confesso "ill be enter-
ed againsi you*
Pate.I: Fi bruary :'T. 1962
E. R LEATHERMAN
Clerk of tin- Circuit "o rl
(seal) It} : K. M. LYMAN,
I leputy I "I, I 1,
MARTIN FJNE
Attoi ney for Plaintiff
14th Floor Part* Federal Bnl
Miami 32, Floi Ida
3, i :.-li-:'::
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1535
THE WILL1AM8BCROH
SAVIN" IS BANK,
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN ARTHl'R ZACCO and
ROBERTA 'I. ZACCO, his wife, it al,
Defi 11.lan's
NOTICE OF SU!T
TO. JOHN ARTHl'R ZACCO and
ROBERTA Q. ZACCO, his wife
:':;:'.i Brown Avenue
Memphis, Tenne.....
You are hereby notified thai thi
above cnptloned notion has been in-
stituted against you In the Circuit
Courl of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida In and for Dade County to fore-
rlosi a mortgage upon the following
.1, scribed t"..l propi rty:
I...t .; Block 13 FINE TKKK MAN-
OR, SECTION THREE, according
to the Plal tiiei-.of. recorded in Plat
Book 'I" al Page :'T "f the Public
Records of Pade County. Florida,
together with FYlgldalre Washer,
WC1-SS an,1 FYlgldalre Refrigerator
FI-122-"S
Yon are required t" file your an-
swer to plaintiffs complaint with the
Clerk of thi aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney, MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor
Dade Federal Building, Miami "".
Floi Ida, nol Iati r than March 19, 1962,
. :, Pecree Pro Confesso ill be en-
. .1 aga Insl > ..11.
I lated: 1 ehruary 12, 1962.
1: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
1 ii ill 1 "oui t. I 'adi 1 "ounty, Floi Ida
, i:> : M CAVALARIS
i 'eput.i 1 "li 1 k
MARTIN FINE
. j foi Plaintiff
! |(1| II... I 1 .. Fi il. 1 al Building
Miami !. Florida
1/16-23, 3 2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY |M CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1498
ANNIE A' K. V 1NES,
Plaintiff,
vs.
IP IWARD \ INKS.
.. :. n,i.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HOW VRD VINES
Y,, 1 Hnwai d \ in. s. are hen h> no-
iif.-.l thai :. Comphtlnl for Divorce
has i.. .-n filed againsi you, and you
are 1 equlri .1 t.. sen a cop} 1 f > our
\ -v,. : ... pii .Iihk t.. the Complaint
a attorney, J. 1 'a> i.l
1.1.l>iii.11. 10 S '' Fli -: u enue, Mi-
ami, F file 1 It.....final An-
. ill 111. offli.....1 th.
ri. rk ..r thi '1 ill "' ".1' on or bi -
! ,. pell da} of March, 1962 II
fal ... Judgment by default
,. iii be "ai'' a agarnst you for the
1 ,1. man li .1 In the Hill of I '
IX iNE AND IRDKRKD al Miami,
;iii- 12th day of February,
A P.
|- B. I.E VTIIERM \N. Clerk,
1 'Ircull Courl I "adi 'mint} Florida
-. ill Bj : K M. I.V.MAN
. ut} clerk
.1 DAVID LIEBMAN
20 S.E. First Ave.
M .. :. I- irlds
, Attorn. } 1 llnl 11
I 2. 16 28, 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 52845-A
IN RE: Esti.....1
WINIFRED Z COHN,
1... a sell
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N'i ill. 'K 1. hi <' gl\ 11 I li t we
havi llled i-1" il Repnrl at d Pi ii-
tIon .... 1 11 itlon il 1 1 1' -
i-hnrgi as I'XECITRICES 11 In 1
r \\iMPi:i:i < v. cohx
and 1l1.1i on o 16th I
da} of Ma 1 ill appl}
1 Ion aide Count} Judgi s of 1 >ad,
f -r tniroi nl of '
Final Report and for distribution and
ihi.il ill li EXKCI K
Hi. .-: He "f 1 he almve- nn......1 de-
cedent. This 13th day of February,
1962.
ANN WALTER
MARTHv ROSS
Law 1.:
ail. .1 l. Wi Intraub
a. Ja} Crlstol
219 Security Trust Building
Miami 32, Florida
Bj A. Jay Crlatol
_______________________________2 lii-:'.:, 3 :"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C-12308 (Goldman)
CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN THE
CITY OF SEW YORK, a corporation
existing under the laws of the State
of New York,
Plaintiff,
vs.
FRANK SITAR8KI, el al.
1., fendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: STORM KING AIR-VENT
AWNINGS, INC.
a Kiorida corporation
Address Cnknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought against you
?" CENTRAL FAVTNGS DANK IX
THE CITY OF NEW YORK, in the
above-entitled Court, to foreclose a
mortgage encumbering the following
di ii.. .1 property, to-wll:
Lot 8, in Block l\ of HIRST ADDI-
TION TO SIERRA, according to the
pi., t thel. ol :. corded In Plal Book
:.l. at pan.- !'6. of the public records
of Pad.- County, Florida:
Tog tliei with:
OE I.A 92 K Tt.Ti iterator
in-: .1 361-L Electric Range
Venetian Blinds;
and you an required to file your an-
swer wiili Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I lad. I'. inty, Floi dla, :.:
Hi, Cout'thousi in .Miami. Florida, .11
or I- ii. March l. 1962, and to si rve
a copy of s li answer upon DAVID
P. i'ATSMA.n. Plaintiff's attorney,
whose adiln Is 1 ith Fl.....- at lol
East Flagli r Strut, Miami 32, Fli r-
Ida, on "i i" fore said date, ..- re-
quired b) Ihe laws of Florida, li you
fall to do s... th, complaint I 1 hi
taken a.- ...ni~s.,l i,\ ...1 and .1 De-
eree Pro Confesso will be tntered
againsi you for the relii f di
in the complaint.
DATED this 9th daj of F\ bruar}.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk,
. 'n.iiit Court, 1 'in!. ',... I
(seal) By: M. CAVAI.ARIS
;.. mt} ierk
DAVID P. C VTS.M \X
1 ith FhMir si lm 1: I laglei St.
Miami 32, Florida
2 :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT C -
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1468
THE VVILLIAMSIil'ROH
S.W INGS HANK".
PI.....'
vs.
EDWARI' RAYMI 'Nl' II VRR'-
Kl '1; KM \ SISSOOX HARRIS, I -
\i it.-, .t al.
11. 1. 11.hints.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Oerald l.ee Kllday and Nina J.
Kil.lay. his wife
. 0 Mr, John W. Thompson
Route =1. \shfoi d, Alabama
You are hereb} notified that
above eaptlon. .1 action has been
stltuted againsi you in the On
''..i.i 1 of the Judicial Circuit of FF -
ids in and for Dade Count) tn fi
1.....1 mortgage opon the follow! -
.. si rllied 1 nl pi-opet-ly:
l...t !". Block 12, P 1 N K T 1: 1.
\1 VM iR SECTION THREE aecei -
Ing ii the Plal thereof, i-ecorded
Plal Book II.' .it Tane I'T of tli. Pi
li,. it, 1 m,1, County, K ..!
log, thi I gldali Ret'i li
:i:,.i- 1 nd 1 ain \\ .1
W'.'l-.s
\ ... .1,11 ii-. .t t.. fill j our
1 |R|ni 1 ti 11111I11 nl
11 aforesaid Courl
s,rve a eoliv theleol In tl
[TIN F'lNE, : Ith Fl
padi I I lulldlng, Miami
Kl, \ 1 U- .
... ., Di'i-iei Pin I' nfi sso wl
.1 alnst 1 ..a.
puled 26, 19*2
1; li i.f:atherm VN. CIi k,
1' re I....."n nt} H'.fi
. B.\: K. M LYMAN,
: i, put} "lei ii
MARTIN I INE
vttoi in for 11...in iff
1 ...1. .1. ral Build ng
NHiiml ".'.'. Florida
3 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT Z-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1555
ARTHl'R PETER KELLY,
I'll! Ill iff.
\ s
CLARICE KELLY,
I let'endnnt.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO CLARICE KELLY
1 'afeterla I >epartmenl
Grumman Air,-raft *'orp.
Bethpage, N.J.
YOI" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed againsi you, and you are -
quired m serve a copy of your a -
rwi i' or other pleading upon 1 -
plaintiff's attorney, GEORGE N. M. -
IXlNELL, "."I P.isiayne Bldg., Miami
:t". Florida, and file the original I
KWer or pleadlnR In the nlTii'e of the
ck't-k of th. Circuit Court on or he-
tore the 19th din of March, 1*62
otherwise judgment by default will be
ink.-ti against you for the r. li. t
mantled In' the Complaint.
DATED, Miami, Dade Coun"
Florida, tins the 13th day of Fi -
ruai v. A 1' 1962.
E. P 11: vi'HKK.MAN. Clerk,
Circuit '011 :. 1 'n'i' Count}. Flor
1..... By: Al CAVALARIS,
1'. puty "'I- rk
2 16-28, l'i-9
1,1.1

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business under the fletltiotis nan', nl
w \l..'.i SOUTHERN SPORTSWEAR
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Florida, Inti ndc to 1. glster salt!
with th. cli k if thi Cli lit Court 1 :
Da !oum Florida
OSCAR WALDMAN
Soli Dwner
" !..
NOTICE UNDtR
FICT.TIOUS NAVE LAW
Ni il'li' 1-: IS HKRF2BY :. \
ih. und<
In buslnes* undi r the fletitl.
of MR I'. >D .11 Ills. a. 11
1 t..ni. \;. ,1 Xliaml F'li .... intends to
n gister i.l name ti ith the Clerk 01
th. Clri 11 I" irl of Dade t"
P-Ti iTK'.l lil'.ACll "'< IRP
p> 1 mi
DA NI EL SKI LER
i ... in.,1. ah D ..
Hlaleal F
\i '... fn 1
. \l Sepler, of
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55160-A
in RE: Estati ..f
iks'sii-: K VHN,
Dei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn dltors and Ml Pi so 11 -
Ing 'in n or 1 mandi Aga nsi Bald

You -ii-' en hy notlfli .1 and n floir-
e.l to present any claims and
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late of Dade County, Florida, to 1 le
County Judges of Dade Ooimt; hi I
file the same In duplicate and as
provided n Section I3S.16, Florida
Statuti s. in thi ii- offli es in thi Co 1
iv Courthouse In Dadi Oounty, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
. of the flrsl publl l Ion h. ri -
,.'. ,.r tli, sit me will be bs: 1 d.
Dati .1 al 4'i. I, 1 .....i. 'hit 9th
,: ,j of Fi A.D
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Kxei '
: atlon of this notici n
nth 1 hi uai j.
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Friday, March 9. 1962 Jew I si) IkriJi m Page 9-B Eastons Reveal Linda's Betrothal \lr. and Mrs. Louis Raston, 551 Gcronimo dr.. Coral Gables, announce the engagement of their daughter. Linda, to Paul Kalos, son i Air, and Mrs. Simon Kalos, Freepor:, L.I. A summer wedding is planned. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Coral Gable! High, is now in her junior year .it Welle-ley College. Her liance is a graduate of Cornell l iversity and Harvard law Mtamkcn Wins Nev/ccmb Honor \Ii5 | idith KJZIT. a scholarship at Sophie Newcomb College in Sew Orleans was recently c to membership in Oreades campus. Oreades is the honorary organi/ .(in ol the department of classital languages at Sophie Newcomb. Vli Kazer is the daughter of Mi and Mrs. Ben. I'. Kazer. of SW 3rd ave., Miami. .Mrs. K izer • principal of Everglades • MI. • tary School here. furri ii\ Miss Kazer is pledging Suma Delta Tan sorority, and thi Dean's List at the end of fir*: -omester at Newcomb. The K.izern are visiting Judith week in Xe* Orleans — the .t-ek ol he Mardi Gras. They will -: Judith on the occasion of I9tl birthday on Saturday, Mar. MISS LINDA [ASTON Women Execs To be Awarded Thru Miami women, whose lives combim executive responsibility ..I,H community service, will reicive awards at a meeting of the Hospital Chief Engineers Assn. at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital on Sunday. Mar. 18, at 2 p m. Frank A. Sansone, association president, and chief engineer at C'tdars Hospital, announced that Mrs. (lara Wise, assistant to the administrate at Cedars. Mrs. Margaret Mitchell, secretary to Arthur Vining Davis, and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Cedars Auxiliary president, have been selected for special recognition Guests and members will tour and inspect the new facilities at C .darPlan Conference Orthodox Women Mrs. H. Louis Rodman, of Beth Israel Congregation, is co-chairman of the annual conference of the Florida chapter of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Theme of the conference, to be held Monday with. Beth Israel as host, will be "Resources of our Faith." Morning session will include presentation a id discussion of "What Do We one; Our Youth in the Orthodox Synagogues Today"" led by Rabbi Jonah Caplan, o. the Hebrew Academy. "Do You Know the True Significance of the Term Kosher?" led by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Congregation. And "How Have Jewish Family Purity Laws Influenced the Moral Life of Jews?" led by Rabbi David Lehrfield, of Kneseth Israel Congregation. Lunch will be supplied by companies whose production is under Ihe supervision ol the Union ol Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. During the afternoon a skit, •Women's Branch Showcase." do picling the many services and projects ol lh Women's lira:.eh of I'OJCA. will b' presented, Mrs. Milton Gottlieb is reservations chairman. Beth Torch Students Win A'S. H. LOUIS (rOTTMAN Three students of the Beth Torah branch of the Hebrew High School sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education won top prizes in the annual Essay-Art Contest held under the auspices of the Bureau. i Theme was "Peace—Man's Responsibility to his Pellowman." First prize in the essay division went to Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Belmaker, 17335 NE nth ave. Cynthia, daughter of Mr. and Airs .Abraham Schorr. 510 NE 173rd si., lock second place. Top honors in the art division w". oi to Jetfrey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Raymond. 1630 NE i.'iT h ier. Be h Torah Hi-h School student4 Marsha Ball and Michael Patipa* took firs) and fourth prizes, respeelively. in the Bureau's book review enn'esi in November. Hail Qualifies For New Race Chuck Hall off'cia'ly qualified Mi. ;cla a Democr icic ia dilate for i i' %  %  r.'s from Dadc cou %  new lid ;. ongreiii nai District Hull declared, in announc r.g his con boa •; "l enter this • • %  • %  :r sional race simply because 1 believe myself better qualified to serve the n w 3rd Congre; sional Distr.ct than either ot my two principal opponents. "I believe 1 am better prepared -• I on comparative ideology, eucation. proof-of-perormante, abilitj ;:rx\ energy, • i think 1 have both feet on the [round, and believe l can provide i service <.i real value to mj ft!>u r< sidents ol community, state ind col :.trv as the first U.S. Lucreni;.n from the new 3rd Oisrict." Israel Consul Due at Service Yehoshua Trigor, Vice Consul of u State of Israel for the Southeast gion of the United States, will be "•: speaker at student congrega>n services of Beth Torah reliIUS -chool on Saturday morning. Some 150 students will hear Vice onsul Trigor speak. Officers of Ihe congregation are: Perrj Leff and Mark Haddad, rabbis; Merle Maeroff, president; ;-nd D.ane Gurman. vice president. Mr Trigor will be honored at a special Kiddush following services. Extend Deadline For Miss Miami Deadline for entries in the Miss Miami Contest has been extended !o Mar. 17. That's the word from the Miami Jaycecs. sponsors of the beauty pageant. The winner of the Miss Miami event will represent the city in the state contest, with the winner automatically entered in the Miss America competition. Miss Miami also becomes a candidate in the selection for Florida Citrus Queen. Last year's winner was Cappy Pittman, a University of Miami coed. Mrs. Grossman To be Honored After 2(1 years of service to the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Mrs Ethel Grossman, super' isor of the Center's early child hood development program, will retire this month. Mrs. Grossman will be honored on Saturday evening. Mar. 17. at a dinner in the Biseayne Terrace hotel. 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Friday. March 9. 1962 'Jenisti ncridian Page 15-A I s : to right are Gil Rappaport executive dlRoom; Mortimer May. in whose honor the Kfar %  • : %  it region of the ZOA; Sen. Silver dormitory is being constructed; and ie P -'-3 was guest speaker at the Josh Rephun. president of the Miami Beach event; Mr. :nd Mrs. David Goodman, ber.eZionist District, vid and Sarah Goodman Open Cemeteries Sunday Assured \ \ The i h c 11 j • %  %  .-•. pen on %  ura re gi\ en at a ii m< e in '•• % %  • York C %  :MI. parti} in nnection with a bj the i :• i ifteurs Union \ -rikc. The 1,000 drivers man the ei cars in %  Inch bodies are lelivered to cemeteries for interDei tj klayor Edward F %  I -. %  ed ". lations : sersough Saturda) : .! recent \ York area cemeteries to -<• %  cm thai • ay to a\old i ying _•: ., %  e diggers time and a II ertime on weekends. The drivers union threatened to strike if members who worked on Satur.<.ere reassigned to Sunday irk Tl %  u a !i .-(••ii, in pro\ ides I hat n en w ho ork on Sunday v ill continue to do so. Those losing Saigh l-'r. la; s> -• %  in 'I li' Deputy M I the rabnielegal m, hea ed bj R Salamon Faber of New York, that he had been assured by the drivers m.ion it would supply all drivers 11 eessarj to attend Jewish burials on Sunday Goodmans Gift Room to Kfar Silver Dormitory Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman, of Toronto. Canada, and Miami Beach, have announced the endowment of the David and Sarah Goodman Room at th< Mort'mer May Dormitory oi the Kfar Silver Agricultural Training School, in Ashkclon. Israel. The room, on completion, will foui students of th which is maintained bj the Zionist Orj anization ol America. Mr and Mrs. Goodman p!i visit Israel for the dedication. Goodman, who is a retired facturer. and a newcomer to Miami Beach, has been active i:; Jewish affairs in Toronto, and has visited Israel ii\e nines. The Southeast region of the 'M\ icontructing the Mortimer May Dormitory in honor ol the veteran Zionist leader of Nashville. Tcnn.. and Miami Beach. On completion, the dormitory will contain 12 rooms for students, a study hall. and an aprtment for an instructor. Announcement ol the endow nent ny the Goodmans %  Washington ave. Program will include a concert, with Abe Haiduc conducting. Joseph Rieger is chairman of the event. Democratic C/ufa Meeting Criminal Court Judge lene • %  l..-Mils addressed a mei Democratic Club oi Miami Bei %  a thi >il o h i VQI ing Also on the • Kogan, in a Viur ler VVas Mj TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANAC1N Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only gives atrongir. falter relief from pain of headcr.* but is also safer. 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Pcge 6 B +Jtnlst fkrfif&r Friday, March 9, 1962 Council Plans Tour of Israel Florida branch I Women's League, o: %  cuss its ence A;.: 3 lo 5 al the e • % %  be I r Jewi: Our 1 laqe Seated (left to riqh are .'•' %  on vice president c targe of orIrving Lehrman, founder p:esol •;' %  Southeast region; H rro I Reinhard branch vice pre svera chairman of the -.. (erenci Harry Levitt, pr< Floi Bi inch; Martin Smith, vice chairman in charge of workshop 3; Nathan Becker, branch vice president, coordinator of ccr.rerence Si left to 1 re baeedamee bospitaJity; Donald Simon, rtion .-. .'•• klowitz, visual aids; -:r.z treasurer; Fred Blank, Gift Shop ..ma.-.; Miss Lillian Goodman, chairmen --• nominations; Mrs. Ben Shapiro, branch sec/: Mrs. Richard Hero!d. hostess chcirman; Mrs, Alexander Kogan, public relations and publicity chairman. Not shown is Mrs. H. Herbert Rossman, naLoncl president of National Women's League, who will be consultant and guest speaker. Anna Hirschman will review the b k, "A Woman of Valor." by Temple Menorah Oneg Shabbat Th' ".' %  Norman Harihabbat ipon Si teri,vir ., pint-man row, 16 %  in Poinl rd hood of Temple Menorah will be the setting foi an 1 To be ••> d iturday noon. Mrs. Refreshments will be served. NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravissimol Italian-stylel Ravioli N SAUCE CHEF BOY-AR-DEE HEESE BITE SIZE MACARONI PIES FILLED WITH CHEESE •.Miurn section, Kational • : ish Wom< :. !ip >nIsrael and Europe %  j f Jet, I Trip •" %  merri and WCe, NapW. Loon • • t %  ects. and trips 1 Tel A rias Pioneer Clubs To Mark Purim Golda M 1 ngregati Beth E F lions taken for thi nor lunchi to be hi 12 30 p.m thi I :. II The club will sponsor a 1 on Sunday noon al Crondori Park lot 2 pit 4 Mrs. Oscar Zelts r is 1 rman. and MrJack Ca man and MrBi -• E| -'• h cochainm n. All pi 1 will g to the Child Rescue Fund. Mrs Isaac Pushkin is pn of the. uroup. Pioneer Women have a traditional Purim fel S ting at Knesetl Israel Congregatioi ram will include li eli dances and an amateur hour with prizes for tin best singer-. Proci ed to the Chil I R 1 Fund. Mrs. Joseph Krantz is i president. Pioneer %  %  mei 1 2. is soring a Purim parly 1 i< ning at the Farband Cultural Center, 842 Washi] ive VII ceeds 0 I tl • l hild 1: Fund Mrs Abra >am Shedrofl is president, Hadassah Will Visit Children Gro ip n %  n bei.ol I h 1 Miami chapter ol Hadassah will visit and the sick and underprivili god children ol Dade county on Apr 2. Tinvis.!will mark World Jewish ChildDay to commemorate the one million Jewish children killed in the Nazi holocaust, Tiny Ml also reflect the gratitude ol ilie children rescued and rehabilitated through the agency of Youth Aliyah. Hadassah is celebrating World ish Child Day to establish a encourage friendship 1 1 tween tiii youth of America and the children of Israel Menorah group of Hadassah nbers will \1-11 al the National ( hildren's Cardiac Hospital. Other visits scheduled are: Torata group, Variety Children's Hospital; Aviva group, Haven Si hool; Albert Einstein group, Jackson Memorial Hospital; Chai ; roup, American Children's Home; Mt. Scopus group, Cerebral Palsy Clinic; Naomi group, Kendall Hospital; Tikvah group, Mope School; and Chaim Weizmann group, St. Joseph's. Villas. THE MARVELOUS MEATLESS MEAL THAT'S READY TO HEAT 'N' EAT! For your family, yrrar guests... for your very next dairy lunch or supper ... famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured a real Italian flavor in this new Cheese Ravioli feast! Just heat... and here's what you serve! Italian-tasting tender Httle macaroni pies filled with tangy cheese ... lavished with savory tomato sauce, simmered with mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to perfection in the real Italian way. What a treat to serve... tastier and easier than the frozen kind. And so much thriftier, too. Costs only about 15r a serving. Bach eun serves two. Buy several cans today. Miami JNF Plans Tag Day According to an announcement by Mrs. Jacob Davis. Jewish National Fund Tag Hay chairman, arrangements for the forthcoming annual Tag Day drive iiere have alicady been completed. Theme of the city wide campaign will be "Shalatli MonoUi for Israel," and volunteers have been re(Twited from 34 affXiated organizations, which -upport the program of Jewish National Fund. Monies collected Will be used to further the work of JNF in Israel •nd 1ketal irranEed BJ Fart 1 ours Retain la "•• Vert i lehei for Asjg 1% MrHarmbin vice j of admi: ton of Greater Miami NCJV. 3 announce'! of tn<> t 0


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Page 12-A >. lewist fh>redliain Friday, March 9. 1962 Virginia Kills Charter Of Rockwell Nazi Party Reform congregational chairmen for the first annual inaugural din; i Campaign for American Judaism • %  • %  '•-•. wiiJ be held at the Dupont Plcza hot?l Sui evenina are (left to right) St >'. pie Judea; Arnold Werser. Kialerh Re Jewish Congregation; Jack Levkoff, Temple Reform Leaders to be Honored at UAKC First Amusa! Inaugural Dinner Sunday [ • % %  Kror.i '., T m b ~ -. She lenv S.:m C Levensc moral thai jel; Byron Cherkas, Temp 1 ? 3s*h • Kurwilz, T n pie S.'nai; end H>ru S ithsast director for the Com Campaign. 'mi Six leaders of Greater congregations ill be honored Sun day night at the Pupont Plaza hotel as a highlight ol tl I si annual inaugural dinner ol the Cornbin MI Campaign for Am % % % % %  an Ju daism. Rabbi Jacob P. Rudin, T< Beth El, Greai Neck, N.Y., be guest speaker al the '!::•: i r which is being held in behalf of ro^'^ran :•; of American 'afcfeit. Or. Rud'n is a 'ej 'irg "' jure in the American raLi>in' :-.-' %  I %  IT % %  ': VJbl %  ; %  :-..-. : ': %  • ••; in: Be %  'i Temj !e lu lea: Davi I Am. a f the 1 i I o ii i trusi Vm %  • nt ;|. hoard ol ••••-v %  i I t'ci U lion Vmerii an fi< brew a ati s, i'.i: ,i rais H at the d r wi'l be ii i to supoort %  %  %  .' n .i Jew h Ii of R -li < itiji I a lmtnis ivf, yo-th and othji 'K ..... i oh ,i • %  Vi t h Ca egion, w h i c h i • upCoi lamp RICHMOND — (JTA) — Yirj ginia'a House ot Delogefe* passed 4a>4^er.t -\n :\,m %  *rw <. this < .. hill revoking the charter George Lincoln Rockwell's icrican Nazi Party. The vote ; to 37 • ., ..,..;i u rneas i • the use ol the w ords N'azi" \'a al 5t" in the tor ip, is not expect • I • %  put ,in .".ii to Rockw ell's : II • • ies, It lea possibility—raised by the bill sponrisoi %  • %  "t Arlin tl • the group can apply for a new ei under a new name. Mann, an Arlington lawyer and Y.nrld War II Marine veteran, said hcre were two reasons for the introduction of the measure. The Rockwell group, he stated hfd its offices "in my county, and they parade in uniforms, with their guns strapped on. People the r e are sick and tired of the %  /hole business." run s the Union of American Hebrew |? m : sklent, i %  / %  cantrrs Jacob G Bornsf in, <-.f Congregations and the Hel • %  .' Temple! a I a d .id C • • Union College-Jewish Institut ol %  • • %  '• ,: form u i Temple Bel and Religion. t ,on j ? nd Hen i' > „..?:_ 1 Vv<> £ _' 'emple Is-acl Ch. r will pi Past president of the Central Reform %  u i tion: and Henry E, Wol (. pr e sident • l Temple I r id %  mi a. Hi \ ice ci Beach ZOA Will Meev a* Academy Miami Beach Zionist District :! %  Zionist i ommittee Luncheon Club will join with acare Louis B. 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Page 2-B vJenisli thrtdHOHn Friday. March 9, 1952 Mrs. Simonhof f Elected First President Of Hebrew Univ. Miami Women Group Officers of the new Greater Miami Division of the national Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (left to right) include Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladwin, vice president; Mrs. J e n n i e Grossinger. honorary president; Mrs. Jack S. Popick, vice president; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president; Mrs. Gertrude Hamerschlag, vice president; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, vice president; and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, financial secretary. Beach Chapter Hadassah Will Eye Youth Alyah Mian i Beach chapter of Hadassah iculminating plens for Youth Aliyah at croup meetings on Monda> Final plans will be made at that time for the 1962 Y >uth Aliyah affairs to take place on Monday. I "i (TTOUp will have individual luncheons, speakers and entertainment to receive contributions for one of the most important projects of llaassah. The following groups will meet en this coming Mondcy: Herzl, at the Eden Roc hotel at 12:30 p.m. Harry Simonhoff will be the guest speaker, and a I'urim program will be presented. Israeli group will nil et at the Algiers hotel at 12 noon. A I'urim party is scheduled with musical entertainment. Brand-is -jroup will meet at the Fontainehleau hotel at noon. Henrietta Szetd will meet at the Algiers hotel's Rubaiyat room at 12:30 p.m. A musical program is scheduled featuring Stanley Kosen-, sweet in vocal selections, with Olga Bibor Stern at the piano. Shaloma will have a I'urim celebration at Hibiscus Auditorium at 1 :30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Miss Lillian Goodman, president >f Beach chapter. Joseph Malefc will olfer a program of vocal selections. i Deborah group will meet at the home of Mrs. Murray Kosenthal. :J814 Broadview dr., at ii:30 a.m. Hartna Senesch will meet at the Saxony ho'el at 12:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Mrs Samuel 7. Sakrais, with songs by Sylvia Ross. Colored slides of the Chagall windows w ill lie shown. Morten Towers will meet in the Morion Towers card room al l 30 p.m. Panel discussion will feature Mrs, Samuel T. Sapiro and Mrs. Bernett Beckerman taking part. Musical selections wi'l be by Hal tie Wagner. Mrs. Samuel Simonholl. pioneer Florida leader for Israeli and Jew ish causes, has been elected the first president of the Greater Mi ami Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Announcement was made by Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel. jr.. national president of the Women's Division. Mrs. Louis Glasser continues as Florida state president of the Women's Diyision of the American Friends. One of the organizers of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Simonhoff served as president for three years. She was the first treasurer here of Hadassah. and served on the executive committee that reorganized local activities into the current Miami and Miami Beach chapters. Mrs. Simonhoff was president ot the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for one year, following a three-year term as campaign chairman, which saw the women's group raise record sums for the Combined Jewish Appeal. A former vice president of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, Mrs. Simonhoff was one of the founders of that body. She now serves as a trustee of Federation, and has been a member of the national executive committee of the Women's Division of the United Jewish Appeal Two visits to Israel, in 1951 and l57, served as highlights of her king record ot service to Ihe Jewish State. The first visit concentrated on achievements of Hadassah. while the second trip was made as a member of the national L JA Study Mission. Mrs. Simonholl i s a mem Temple Israel, and has made sev 1 ^•ral world tows with her husband I a veteran Miami attorney also ac-1 live in communal affairs. Other officers elected by the new Women's Division include Mrs j etl nie (grossinger. honorary L, dent; Mrs. Jack Popick. Mrs c lT trude Hamerschlag. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and Mrs, R nea Cashman Gladwin. vice presidents* Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, financial secretary; Mrs Philip Thau recording secretary; and Mrs. Irving E Miller, corresponding secretary Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro will represent the Greater Miami group ,i member of the national boan directors of the women's division, Mrs Max Weitz served as chair! man of the nominating committee, Initial membership meeting ol the new organization will be held Tuesday, 11 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Grossinger. Principal project of the Greater Miami Women's Division. Mrs Simonhoff said, will be to help ti. nance '.he completion and equipment of the Jewish National and University Library, a major tun; of the new campus ol the Hebrew l mversity no under constructn Gival Ham. a Jerusalem iburb. 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Page 10-B vJewis/i Ftcridli&r Friday, March 9, 1962 The Courier Beth David to Mark 50th Birthday The fact that Saturday night's Democratic salute to President Kennedy and Sen. George Smathers, at S100 a plate, is not tax-deducI .e hasn't slowed ticket sales one iota Success of the function c .Id make Miami Beach's chances of landing the 1964 national convention realistic Overlooked in the flood of Wilkie-like publicity tor George Romr.ey is the fact that he has a formidable and vastly under ra ed opponent in Michigan's gubernatorial race in November. Gov. John Swairuon, a World War 11 hero, won in the underdog role in the 1960 primary and general election fights in Michigan, and the return o: prosperity to the nation's automobile industry augurs better for Sv ainson than Romney, in spite of the American Motors tie-in the la::er possesses. Florida's land boom of 1962 is fast equalling the 1926 pace, but the large developers such as Leonard Rosen, the Dubbin Brothers and Lee Ratner have much more sensible plans than those which resulted lr :ie crash of the '20's Ratner's new role with National Children's Cardiac Hospital and Rosen's leadership in such projects as Federal in, the Hebrew Academy, and Temple Menorah are to be equally commended Laurence Tisch, owner of the Americana hotel here, at its namesake building in Gotham, has been named to the national I rd of directors of the American Friends of the Hebrew University Ol erusalem. • • • Although we hear almost daily complaints about the predominance O! :und-raising in Jewish life, organized and unorganized a> well, little ibeing done in this are, -1 to improve the cultural atmosphere We t: -t that the series of articles penned by colleague Leo Mindlin which W D him the coveted Louis LaMeri Award is only the first step towards t her steps in this direction Properly promoted, non-fund-raising events can draw as well as the largest testimonial dinner. Witness the more than 1.000 who attended the lecture co-sponsored by The Jewish Floridian and the American Friends on the subject of the Letters of Bar Kochba. Of course. Gen. Yigael Yadin is almost legendary h urrent Israeli history, but so too are many of the speakers and artists who might be sponsored here It is too bad that such series as the Town Hall lectures sponsored b> Temple Israel and the Living Book series under Ihe auspices of iple Emanu-El a decade ago have been discontinued. It is almost In gic that the sponsorship of prominent speakers has to pass to comi rial organizations when we have such a multitude of Jewish and n< -sectarian groups which espouse noble purposes to sadly limited a .. ences. • • • longtime executive assistant to our former partner, the late Max Billi.g, has become a special agent for Prudential Insurance Co. Mrs. Grace Marotta has left the Jewish Theological Seminary office here to tnter the insurance field Mar. 13 is the date for the third annual real estate humanitarian awards luncheon at the Columbus hotel sponred by J. I. Kislak Mortgage Co. Hats off to Jay for his selection! a> general chairman of the United Fund's 1963 campaign. Toastmaster t the luncheon will be Maurice M. Mee+ian Orlando businessman O. Z. Wise has donated an ambulance to Magen David Adorn, the Israel Red Cross service, in memory of the European town of Kobrin. desi yed by the Nazis. Joseph Meyerhoff, whose Dadeland Shopping Center is proceeding or >chedule. reports that the Palestine Economic Corporation invested it .ord S4.447 000 in Israeli projects during 1961. Col. Mitchell Wolfson, whose role as Mayor of Miami Beach is Often forgotten, is back from colorful opening ceremonies in Nassau for the new Pepsi-Cola bottling plant there owned by Wometco Enterprises. Also on hand was Pepsi director Joan Crawford Joseph W. Malefc has been named chairman of the annual dinner and dance of the Miami Beach Elks at the Deauville hotel on Apr. 8. Aaron Courshon, owner of Thunderbird motel, readying Hollywood-style gala opening for his new motion picture studio in Miami, due early next menth Which reminds us that fellow Floridian columnist Hal Pearl is the author of the book. "Dumbo.'" and also did the screenplay for Wal' Disney's colorful film on the flying elephant. e e e The L'nited States Committee Sports for Israel (the organization bedropped the other "for" in its name) is sponsoring a visit to New Haven of Israel's national swimming coach. Joseph Teleki Jewish Public Library in Montreal notes that Mar. 16 is the 100th anniversary of -he birth of the renowned Hebrew and Yiddish writer. Reubin Brainin, who edited rhe Jewish Daily Eagle in that city after fruitful years in Europe and New York Cap*. Byrc-n L. Marvin, son of Mrs. Haaei H. Creen, of Miami, on Air Force maneuvers in Panama, from where Beach Vice Mayor Maivin Eng render returned in time to join Sen. Hubert Humphrey, State Attorney Dick Gerstein, Sam Goldstein and a near-record throng at H.;ieah Leonard Wien says he'll get even at Gulfstream Alex Gordon received a city-wide salute upon his election as Metro Commission chairman at a luncheon during which President's Council preside Milton Sirtcin, didn't have to spin the wheel. Jose L. Hirsh, veep of Sun Life Insurance Company of America, bas named Robert Hutchison as his agency's city leader for the year Arnstrong Circle Theater has slated "The Man Who Refused to Die" for national showing Wednesday night at 1(1 (eh. 4 hero, dramatizing fight of Abe Rothstein, oi Brooklyn, to bring Polish benefactors t< United States. Winkle Eyes Top At Gulfstr ?am -.mold N. Winick goes into the GuKstream Park meeting with ething a bit more at stake than ithe case with most trainers. young man has been the top trainer at Gulfstream for the last three seasons, and would like to extend that streak to four in a row. Suah a feat will also make him the lone trainer to top Gulfstream's lion four occasions. Stanley Lipiec did it three times, but not ir succession, in 1945, 1946 and IMtt Winick's chancel appear bright: although he'll b' facing tough opposition through:)' ; the 43 days of the session. He \ as the leader at Tropical Park j. d has been in the forefront durin he llialeah span of action. A formidabl tiring of horses is at his comm: id, for his public stable inc u'es thoroughbreds owned by M and Mrs. Herbert Herff, Mrs. A. L. Reineman, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Bensinger. and Park Deere Stable, among others Gathered together Sunday night in Beth David's Grand Ballroom will be hundreds of members and friends of Miami's pioneer congregation, many of whom have been an integral part of Beth David's history for the last ha!! century. Beth David has seen 50 years of I progress and growth, and its Golden Jubilee dinner dance on Sunday will mark this significant anniversary, Acting as co-chairmen for the gala event are representatives of three pioneer families in Miami: Mr. and Mrs Jerome Weinkle. Mr. and Mi.Sam Badanes, a.:.I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin, Jerome Weinkle was Bar Mltzvah and confirmed at Beth David. He was the first president of the Junior Con negation, and also taught Sunday school at Beth David. Sam Badanes' family has been part of the Beth David picture for 47 years, and he too was Bar Mitzvah there. The third chairman of the dinner dance has an equally deeprooted interest in the 50th anniversary of Beth David. Louis Seitiin's mother was an active and ardent worker for the congregation for many years. To complete the picture, Seitlin was also Bar Mitzvah at Beth David. Carrying through the Golden Anniversary theme, the ballroom will be decorated elaboralely in gold and white. Jerome Weinkle will act as master of ceremonies, and Louis Seitlin will deliver the invocation. Cantor William W. Lipson will chant the "Birkat Hamazon." Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David, and Philip Schiff. president, will both extend greet ings. Adding to the festivities of the evening will be Napoleon Reed and his troupe, and there will be dancing to the music of Al Schor and his orchestra. PHILLIP SCHIFf president Beth David was founded in 1912. under the name of B'nai Zion. In 1917. the congregation was reor ganized. and the name changed to Beth David. In that year, a site was purchased at the corner of NE 2r


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Page 4-A vJewisti fhrkUam Friday, March 9. 1962 ^Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published pverv Frirlav r'.ice W1~ bv The Jewish Floridls.0 at 1?" N B. Sixth Sfeet. Miami 1, Florida. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridlan dom not guarantee the Kashruth of the merchandise advertised in its columns.' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 10 Friday, March 9, 1962 3 II Adar 5722 The European Common Market Israel's drive to achieve friendships among the African countries has been a masterstroke of diplomacy based on an accident c: events. The newly-emerging nations on the Dark Continent have their newness in common with Israel, if nothing else. And it is certainly this similarity that has eased the task of building a bridge of understanding to them, which Israel sems so successfully to be doing. For their part, the Africans see in Israel an embodiment of all the technical and scientific skill that is basic to the Western world. It is these skills they need; the West they tend to distrust, and worse. Hence, the friendships and hence, too, the admiration which many of the African countries repeatedly express for Israel. That the Arab countries have closed the Suez Canal to Israeli commerce also plays a role here. Without this, Israel might have too long remained blind to the possibilities in Africa, her eyes fastened on Europe, instead. But Europe should not be counted out of Israel's aspirations, as her efforts this week sc industriously prove. Israel is seeking affiliation with the European Comrr.cn Markc-t, a relationship her leaders feel wculd be detriment! to the young repub'ic's best interests if 3 not achieved. ECM is, itself, one of the noblest experiments to emerge out of the shambles of World War II. Should it pi ressful the European Common Market will w the North t n as a • rin e cause in the tnd most jse of Europe's hist tthout membership in ECM, ere, such as they are, w e hopedamaged. Neither is this a one-way iet, for there is just cause to show I Europe would also find Israel's alliance a profitable one. Nevertheless, there is severe pressure being brought to bear to prevent Israel's affiliation — among others, from the Arabs, who are exerting every effort to force the Germans into a neaative stand. And, sadly, for the first time in post-war history. West Germany seems to be showing an increasing sympathy toward the Arab point of view. The Germans, the richest and most influential nation on the European continent today, are of course the cornerstone of ECM. That they are becoming increasing truculent with respect to Israel as the day of the end of the Reparations Agreement nears, is an unhappy sign of perhaps unhappier things to come. Nevertheless, in the French, Israel has a solid friend, which seems to be pleading her cause well. We can only wish this spokesman success. Israeli progress is at stake. • %  %  %  •..• %  ••.. : %  %  •. STILL WAtT.'NG £*•* '-.* JT?* LaMed Award to Mindlin The Jewish Floridian is honored by the award Leo Mindlin has received from the National Foundation for Jewish Culture. Over the years, as executive editor of The Jewish iian, he has consistently contributed to its betterment as an organ of Jewish ccr..ity expression. hat the Foundation I for its Louis LaMed r %  I i:.' tare in the An • is a prime qcai of Tl its set •• ce to G::a;er Mi imi I Mindlin has e this end. In : ion to the signal honor to I the cr anticipates the growing regai which c mmunities across the nation hold the Jewish press. Mindlin's contributions to this regcrd. we believe, are notable. His winning the LcMed Award is a distinguished recognition of them. the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN The First Million is Easy The Combined Jewish Appeal campaign has hit the million dollar mark. On the one hand, this is good news. On the other, it suggests that Greater Miami Jewry must redouble its efforts if the 1962 drive for philanthropic funds is to be a successful one. CJA officials put it bluntly: The first million is easy; what come after that will be considerably harder. After the first million, is the job ahead. Let us tackle it. The New Hebrew Academy A years-long dream will be fulfilled for ardent supporters of the Hebrew Academy when the new Academy is dedicated in special ceremonies on Sunday morning. (See Page 10-A.) The all-day school has had a long and hard uphill battle to emerge from its inadeguate and near-condemned quarters into this beautiful and modern plant for the education of our youth situated on Pinetree dr. and 24th st. Supporters of the school may well be proud of the record it has established in the Jewish and secular fields of study. Its students consistently score in the top percentile of the Dade county school system; and, as scholars of the Jewish heritage, their curriculum is praised by educators and knowledgeable laymen alike. The dedication ceremony Sunday will open a week of activities by Greater Miami Jewish organizations in honor of the new Hebrew Academy. This will culminate in a dinner and ball on Mar. 18. Hebrew Academy leaders and parents are happy that their dream has finally become a reality. They feel it was one well worth waiting for. The community is the beneficiary of their endeavor in the form of the new school now receiving its final, proud touches. I ADDRESSED some young people at Temple Emanu(l.iril.0 I ill 4 WCCk El on Sunday, and u reUUI llg UK WCCiV mjn(lrd of a Mory A simplo hearted Jew. uneducated in the word of the Tor a I. but snvttcn with God. went to hear a famous Magid (preacher) speak. On his return home. I the Jew met a variety of m friends, all of whom demanded to know what the Magid had said. To each, in turn, the Jew replied ecstatically: "What did he say? Oh. Lord in Heaven — what did he say?" The last of the curious, vexed with the vagueness of the reply, scolded: "Your'e simply repeating the question — not answering me." To which the Jew. more ecstatically than ever, patiently retorted: "What did he say? Oh. Lord in Heaven — what didn't he say?" The truth of the matter is that the simple Jew really didn't understand the Magid's sermon. But neither, in his inverted answers to his friends, was he evading a confession of his ignorance or vorse, lying. What, in fact, the Magid said hardly mattered: and it would moan little n.ore to tiie Jew if he did understand. For the Jew was simply reacting in his God-smitten state. He was responding to the spirit df his Jewish consciousness as a condition ci the incient heritage into which he had been born. •What didn'l he say?" This was the Jew's all i v I i fore the Magid in the role of a symbol of Jewish! i n the Magid in terms of Jewish intellectualism. There i:in interesting tradition ol such simple-hearted Jews, I r example in the literature I S! lem Aleichem — Jews fired by I %  Wor d, who quote 'hi Word endlessly, even if mistranslated and l ol context. :• -:• -:• INCLINATION TOWARD MORAL AND SPIRITUAL VALUES UMERE THESE IGNORANT Jews? I hardly think so. As a r-.attcr "" of fact, it is sad to contemplate their demise. For if thev are gone from among us. so too is their God-smitten nature. And this is perhaps the substance of the anxiety of contemporary Jews — that they are not God-smitten like Sholem Aleichem's Jews, or the Jew who went to hear the Magid. Let me hasten to say that I do not deplore the disappearance of Pavlov-conditioned Jews as a prototype. Simple-mindedness is rarely if ever a virtue in itself: neither do I make a plea for "automaton Judaism." But what may we "sophisticated" Jews boast today that makes us more worthy of the name — other than that we can "explain" the religious experience in terms of Frazer's "Golden Bough" or Reich's "Psychoanalysis of Ritual." We have, in fact, nothing more — and perhaps less. Not only would most of us also fail to understand the Magid: we are, alas, and in addition, no longer conscious of Jewish heritage as a chalice proudly to be borne. This makes us. it seems to me. less than the Jew whose intellectual failings we find amusing in Sholem Aleichem. I do not. incidentally, mean by God-smitten a necessary categorical identification with religious practice. Rather, bv the term. I mean a sympathetic inclination toward moral and spiritual values wherever the) may be found — whether i.i religion or art or music or literature or science or politics. :-THf REAUSTK MEANS TO AN END IT IS TH = Sc thin for which the Jew showed rcvei nc whil loft%  ing 1 nee to I Magid, w ho s\ ed them all. thi • are rapidly kmi A cas i i : oint: ti' phoned thi ither day i congi atula e" me II v.f (myself; M re< thout fc-ar" .... : : %  i : • ns — parti • lo irth. alter i that i takes roviding sj i the i %  %  % %  : • : %  nan rho I not l During 1 recent pi si thai e silenl hen thej should have beer pr< — during th • %  il b painfullj apparent thai < an 10 longer God smitti i I mean hi the leaders among us on th scen< who held their counsel in the of massive assaults against a citizen's "simple" rights. Neither is this a digression, but further evidence that the loss ol God-smitten fervor is equally sad in all the affairs of man. and in whatever horizon of his endeavor, political no less than religious. But back to my caller. It is clear that many Jewish organizations, philanthropically. culturally, or however motivated they may be. must ring up a high score of sympathy for their good works on the cash register of American society. In these terms, they should be encouraged in their adulation of popular actors and other personalities that make exciting newspaper copy and that gather audiences easily. It would be unrealistic to do otherwise, for these are, in common terms, the means to an end. LIEELINE TO THt JEWISH CONTINUUM fHEN MEANS AND ends are confused — when the adoration becomes as personally meaningful as the philanthropy or the culture — there we have succumbed to the silence that is the human consciousness not smitten by the spirit of God. Let, therefore, the philanthropies play on. Let Jews, in order to entice the interest of other Jews, resort to the favor of non-Jews if they will, especially since this is a proven formula for success. But let them also know their roots — that to be God-smitten is the unique quality of a Jew and that, unless they are God-smitten, they raise funds not for Jews but for silence. This is another way of repeating what was said here last week: Let us praise our Eddie Cantors, but let us also recognize and adore the poets among us — even if we must answer with many of those who have come before: "What did he not say?" For the happy paradox of our history is that the "Am Ha'aretz' (simple-minded Jew) served as the cornerstone of the "Am Ha'sefer' (People of the Book). And the sad paradox of our own time js that the "Am Ha'sefer" seems to be withering even as the "Am Ha'aretz" has given way to the sophisticated knowledge of Frazer and Reich. "What did he not say?" This is better than Frazer of Reich, indeed, it is the lifeline to our Jewish continuum. All else 5 stems commentary.



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the W oman s njj.rU by ISABEL GROVE Boo voyage luncheon given last Wednesday at the Lambs Club i ijllian (Mrs. Reuben) Horowitz ... A winter resident here Lil takir.2 .1 three-week lour which includes 11 days in Israel and • vthens, Naples. Capri, Home. Barcelona and Madrid ioi ng forward to meeting, for the first time, a first cousin and mily who live in Haifa She'll return to New York midmd spend the summer there, but has promised her many ii-nda that she'll !><• an earl) snow-bird next winter Hoste • Ellen (Mrs. Leon) Kaye and Annette (Mrs Sam) Shapiro Included Lil's sisters-in-law, Mrs Harry Half and Mrs. .lack loldman, Mrs. Marie Barken and her houseguest from New York, •Phyllis Peinberg, Mrs. Daisy I.art and her sister. Mrs. Fran1 I Iman, and Mrs. Irving Cohen, both from New Jersey !!istill dumfounded at the round trip to Israel she and %  !. Raymond, had won. Mrs. Danny Sepler, keeping her crossed about a prospective European tour Also Mrs ler, ilrs Ben Rubin, Mrs. Ibar Blacker. Mrs Jack !•'.. % %  •n. > .1 \\'ciss. Mis. Lenore Kleiman, Mr.-. Herbert Gutman, Mrs. Weiss, Mrs. Harry Kink. Mrs. Harold Kassewitz, Mrs. Otto "Jewish Floridlian Miami. Florida, Friday. March 9, 1062 Sectior And Edna (Mrs. James) Chapman, who entertained the next f, r Mrs Mildred Sherman, of Stamford, Conn., houseguest of I.i ins Feldman. and Mrs. Morns Friedman, both ol the Terrowers and New York. %  > It's no surprise when visitors to our fair city, entranced by :i and other beauties, lengthen a five day visit to five weeks When a Floridian reverses the process during one of New k worst cold spells, its eyebrow raising For Mrs. Ran:, (Helen) Shevach, the icy blasts were forgotten in the joy ol ting -on Allen's fiancee, Elizabeth Wetzler, and seeing again ,111 family and many friends \n UN at Mt. Sinai Hospital, a highlight of Helen's trip was union with doctors :>m\ nurses with whom she trained at 1 ounty Hospital seeing her son in the same setting where 1I1 father and mother received their professional education • %  I was houseguest of her brother and sister-in-law. Mr Emanuel Ross, who also maintain a home in Halland 1 .. is known as the button king latesl coup was production ol a huge commemora I •:_ "The New Frontier Man ol the Year," with a photo ul John Glenn, planned before his feal was com| %  al all the parades ami celebrations 1 1; %  ,. i< be-i known for originating Hie "1 l ke Ike" (in the return trip, Helen stopped in Palm Beach fo facultj lea and visit with daughter, Eileen, a tudenl at Eckes prep school. Ethel Schonfeld, of Coral Gables giving up her "ama. Having, in the past, devoted her considi nts to mans organizations in the area, she has now "turned :• -oiial" and is the new party-secretary lor the Coconut e Playhouse \ busy and exciting week in New York for a local foursome Dr. and Mrs. Edmond (Gwenn) Gamse flew north with Peggy Mac Mermell, with Mac al the controls of his plane Once re, each member of the party pursued his own activities attended a medical seminar while wife Gwenn, who's a wellwn interior decorator, did some special buying in the showThe Mermell-. who own Camp Universe, attended the al convention ol the American Camping Assn. Roz and v.hitev Kirshberg happily entertaining his sis'er. 1 ..iles Balzer, and mutual friend, Mrs. Claire Goldman, both trom Gotham Town ... Mrs May Lepselter, ol Bayside. L.I.. houseguest lor several s 01 her sister and brother-in-law, Rosalind and Lenny Zilbert, .v. Treasure dr., No. Bay Village ... n enjoying the delicacies and exotic dishes a t Westbrooke ountry club's "Relax in Slax" buffel lasl Sunda> were Jud ert Dubbin and his party: Dr, Herb Seltman and the Al Rosens; Sheldon Kays, entertaining relatives from the north: the Ed Straw ates and family; the Reuben Serkins; and the Ed Grads %  S 1 Miami. • the Samuel Adlers. of 1880 S. Treasure dr.. are entertaining lis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morns Adier. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Icher The latters son. Dr. Morton Teicher. dean of the laduate school of social work at Yeshiva University, is now on sabbatical in Lusako, capital of Northern Rhodesia, where he ill spend 18 months assisting in the establishment ot Oppenheimer College ... Dr. Teicher's wife is Sam Adler s sister Clad to be back in the Florida sunshine is Rose (Mrs. Alexander) Kogan. but happy with the news she has brought back from the snowy north Visited with daughter-in-law and son. Carol and Alexander, jr.. in Cambridge. Mass. He 1 !! be graduating from Harvard Law School in June Carol will be getting her degree from Boston University around the same time Even more exciting, there'll be an heir or heiress in July, by which time the young couple will be settled in Miami Beach, where they will make their future home ... On the way back, Rose stopped off to visit with her mother, Mrs. William J. Morsten, in Baltimore Although she's 83, she kept Rose dashing about to visit friends there ... Meanwhile, on Miami Beach. Rose's niece, Phyllis, and husband, David Miller, had Mary Harbicht, a young American who lives in Santos, Brazil, with her parents as houseguest at their home. 5939 La Gorce dr. Here to play in the good neighbor tennis tournament at Flamingo Park. Mary played superbly, advancing to the third round before being defeated by Edda Budding, of Germany. • • He looked so natural sitting at a table in the coffee shop of the Eden Roc, just exactly like himself — Edward G. Robinson At a nearby table, were Mr. and Mrs. Max Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish came in for coffee, too, with a group of Canadians whom they had met at various conventions and who were here attending the national inaugural Israel Bond dinner. 3 An eight-woman h siess \ccr.-i ccmisting of JVV Academy parents will be on hand during Hebrew Academy DeJi'cucn V. Mar. 11 to 18. to guide the pubic and members of iocal, civic, service and fraternal organizations through the new'.y-ccr.stn ctcd n.itlion dollar school. Left to right (bc'tom row) are Mesdames Solomon Mason, Murray Rosenberg. Henry Pcnchansky and Sheldo Mosdamos Leo Reinha? Berger, Samuel Gomberg and Donald Not shown aie Mrs. Joseph Shapirc president, H3bre\v Academy Women; Mis Leonard Rosen, chairman, brick campaign end Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum. co-chairman, bri:.: campaign. J AJCcr.g. Women Sponsor Program \\ men's Division ol American j, sh Cor .resis sponsoring .1 nev program, "Hospitality and Den • cracj," for foreign diplomats ; : ii Is in the countr> Mrs Alfred Mamlet. president of Florida Women's Division ot AJCongress, has reported a local 'Operation Friendship" in which foreign students a! the University 1 : Mia ni will he invited to homes oi menibi rs for social Interchange. First event will be Saturday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Kamen, 1012 Obispo ave., Coral Cables. Mrs Kamen is a national vice president of the Women's Division of AJCongress. Mrs Herbert Zame is chairman o! the local program. Left to right are Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator of Florida Mizrachi activities; Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, hostess at her home; Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld, chairman of the day; and Mrs. Israel Teitch, president of Hatikvah chapter. Mrs. Grossinger Will be Hostess Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, noted Miami Beach hotelwoman and philanthropist, has invited 70 members and friends of the Hatikvah chapter of Mizraehi Women's Organization of America to a luncheon at her home next Wednesday. The function will be in honor ot Child Restoration Month to spur a renewed effort on behalf of children being cared for and trained in children's villages and schools in Israel, operated and maintained by Mizraehi Women. 'These children are brought in from all parts of the world, and there are now in Israel many tine young people who have graduated from these schools and have taken their useful places in society.'' Mrs. Grossinged declared. Chairman of arrangements is Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld. She is working with Mrs. Israel Teitch. president of Hatikvah, on entertainment and reservations. Mrs Estelle Lash, noted singer. v. ill appear, and a new film shewing the projects of Mizraehi in Israel will be shown, highlighting today's Youth Ahyah. Mrs. Stepner Hosts Brunch A victory brunch, hosted by Mrs. Lester Stepner, president, and Mrs. Harry Moseoe, vice president, was N Id at the home of Mrs. Seymour Rubin for the members of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club. Theme for the afternoon was Parisian. Tables were decorated with cherry red linen and baskets of flowers, and Freddy Hillman, accordionist, played French songs. Mrs. Stepner welcomed members and thanked them for their work on the club's recent flower show. She presented a plaque, commemorating the occasion, to Mrs. Jonas P.rotman. who had made her home available as a setting for the show. Program of entertainment was written and sung by Mrs. E:ta Bubis. and the afternoon closed with a community sing.



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^ Friday, March 9, 1962 &f Jtenwfi Ffaridliain Paqe KB JVS Figures Score Progress Over 1.400 persons with vocaadjustment problems wer* I staff members ! re indicated at a meeting oi the il the Jewish Home foi \ .••! this week. i-i addition, the report note I. were p!ai • %  I in comdurii < tical lim .. (ho a or hi toi %  pli :ated by i \ i; '!,T lich. pre ii Tit o! I I I VOI r\ ici An On ling • i Additional rpcrts indicated that 26 disabled ar< handicapped f/ r sot's employed in Mw JVS Workshop wttt placed in irbs in regular irdustry af: ir going through a "work-hardening" process at th shop. Workerearned over $29,700 at the workshop during 1961, Ebrlicfa report! d. The • %  op itself earned over 133.000 from subcontracts ;• '. ind istry here through Its .\ or'; with some 48 diff* rent com%  i .-.' i. Invited gttesl • at K; ; reporl meet ing intruded Mr. an l Mrs. I oust I -i .. %  !-,. %  rj r ... -.' : |,v ii :; sdon ii'Man Mrs 1 Goldstein, ; Roth Mar Oscar Vdolph Ben I %  : %  J !'. Dia> %  %  n. I ou ry 1 V'ehb. 1 ouis I S. Gold' h t!ia: I G Iman JVS i recently elected i the Fiorid? A--n i i Shi ; n i ".: irkshops a Homi i %  .Florida JWV Quarterly Meet Commander Joe Zavaloff and members oi the North Dado Post 746 of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States will host a quarter!., meeting of the Department ol Florida on Sunday at Mi ami Gardens Shopping Plaza. Community hall. N\v 183rd st. and 47th aw., commeneing ,at S:30 a.m. Commander of the Department of Florida, Henry Norton, and all commanders of local posts, plus members of posts from the cr." ~e state, will be present to i >n> the business session. North Dade Post will host all-day affair, with refreshmi to be s< rved. Bell; El SitferJioofJ Sisterhood of Cong i B h is sponsoring a lunche n i noon in t li iDora Aug ist : orial Hall. • %  usln Spec Have that • Meeting* lanquet, or I Occasion You'll find complete focilities to exectly tatisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for • wedding or a private party I tor Information! HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-606T %  etn si. a coiima av CATERING... riffl DIPLOMAT Luncheons. Teas. Receptions. Banquets c Dinners Irom 20 to 2000 catcea in tr>o manner of The Diplomat ... an unhurried, HOLLVWOOD WA 3-8111 WAV FR 1 -0781 %  DIPLOMAT RESORTS CCUN-KV CLUB .... ( ....... %  .i • ... •: 1 '\/TA : \ For Elegant FunctionsComplete Caterlno Facilities for that Special Party served In superb fashion within.a luxurious setting that will reflect your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS .WEDDINGS BANQUETS • SEtTINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.900 ueeti. Supervised Kosher Caterina Available •coaninir A> ememoMS* (EATJVILLE BILL aOLDHINO. EMCUIIVS Food Blrecter Or PHONE i UN 5-8511 KT. MIAMI BEACH JU'Jilt JACK fALK J^dge Fa!k Flans Campaign Judge Jack A. Falk has anr.ounced that lie intends to run for e'ectii ii t the Criminal Court post lo which he was appointed by Gov. URoy Collins in i960. .la lie Falk is a 1950 tnagna cum laude graduate of the University of | Miami school of law. He has served on the board of directors of the i Dade County Bar Assn.. and was; appointed by the Florida Bar as chairman oi the Florida Bar gne-; vance committees In 1958. Gov. Collins appointed Judge Falk as a workman's compensation commissioner lor Dade county, and in 196(1. he was elevated to the Criminal Court bench. Judge Falk is a past president i of the Downtown Miami Optimist flub, a member oi the advisory board ot the Dade County U S.O., .i served as chairman for the American Bar Assn.. of a membership drive in 1956 for Dade county. Hi ialso a member of the Re•11 vc Officers Assn, .indue and Mrs. Falk and their family Ol three boys I've at 183"> SW 82nd it. Rabbi Shapiro Set Sunday Rabbi Norman .v snaplro, spiritual leader oi Miami's pioneer congregation, Beth David, will be ,i both on radio and tele;. on Sunday At 9:15 a.m.. Rabbi Shapiro will be heard on station WGBS In a %  Rabbinical Message," a summary ol recent news developments. At 9:55 a.m.. on eh 7. WCKT, Rabbi Shapiro "ill be seen on "The Still Small Voice," sponsored by tlu Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Hisubject will be "On Losing Our Identity." Famous Poet To be Honored World fat ous H< ; >:'. w a id Yid. et. .i J Sen* arlz, v ill honoi, d on the oc< asioit ol his 75th birtln > next Tuesday eve: ing al the Wi ii. %  ; Circle, 1543 SW 3rd -i Mil Bernard Wind ol Ihe school faculty, will review the poet's hi ..ial output, ami students of the Peretz .school will recite irom his famous "Kentucky." Schwartz will discuss his many experiences as a poet. J. Bornstein, chairman of the education department ol the Workmen's Circle of the U.S., "ill bring greetings. Coronation Ball Tally Revealed Net proceeds of t h e January Coronation Ball for National Children's Cardiac Hospital was $37,238 according to Leo Robinson, president ol the free hospital devoted to rheumatic and congenital heart disease in children, following this week's final meeting of the benefit ball committee. MAKE TOUR RES-IS .-ATKINS EARLY | Norton puiers 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 wine. DINING 5:30 TO 9:30 P M • FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE JE 2 6426 ON THI OCEAN AT *th BTRBBT MIAMI BsJACH NEW FUND-RAISING IDEA at no cost to your organization'. HOTEL We supply the entertainment, the place and the party atmosphere. 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Friday, March 3, 1962 *Jewisli flerSdOam Page 11-A Yeshiva Ambassadors Honor Be/kin Birthday Ytihiva rjrttversity honored 373 | ,. i j: : -/ A, iilias>aclorsuied a; least Si.103 tei >!.al opportuni.. you li ai Vmerica's oldest largest -•'> under Jewrn,i the umvers ty s : .•! annivei ir; : ear Awar, s iresenu I the patron group a t the dinner for :heir "distinguished xrvice to higher education." More than 600 persons throughout the country, many of whom attended the dinner, are currently enrelied as Ambassj lors ot Yeshiva I r.iversity. Dr. Sinol ctelkin, president of the univeriit/. *ss the principal speaker. He is currently observing his 50th birthday coincidenfalK with the university's yearIcnc Diamond Jubilee celebration, which will continue throughout ihe 196142 academic year. In his address, Dr. Belkin deSculptor's Work To be Shown Here Nehemiah Mark, wood sculptor and Hebraic scholar, will discuss Teaching Jewish Values Thru Art'" at Temple Menorah on Wednesday evening as part of the in-training program of the Bureau ot Jewish Education for Jewish teachers. Bom in Lithuania and educated at several Yeshivas in Europe. Mars came to America at the age t rul chairman, ol 18 Alter many years in Jewish education. He devoted all of h I s tin. to wood sculpting related to J. .\. h life, for which he has won I cognition among art critics His work has ieen exhibited in many museums and he has given crurse* in i sculpting to art ers and -' idents. He has ti mid the I I states and Canada, • xhibitina. i n I lecturing at ues • %  %  "-. high schools niVI 1 -:' • Mark's ^ ir : tag been declared toih Tor. p. sat rated and divinely ) gifted; his >od carvings indicate his gentua at urmbolizing various parable's fr. m Mi* Jewish faith." I! • presentation will be open to Hebrew, Sunday school and preschool. He will he introduced by Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the reau si ribed how the university's Diamond Jubilee observance "seeks to ..taw attention to the contribution of the immigrants to America to the Held ot higher education. "The celebration could not have taken place at a more appropriate time." he continued. "With the ru [gle between the ideologies ot freedom and totalitarianism continuing unabated, Yeshiva Universi'y stands as a shining example of what immigrants, fleeing persecution in other lands, can accomplish. "Yeshiva University taces the challenges presented by the future with utmost confidence," he stated. "In the coming years, the university will continue to seek to develop a rew generation in this ciun'ry %  hat is loyal to the perpetuation and enrichment ot the characteristic blending oi the Jewish traditions with liberal education in the arts and sciences." Max J. Etra, well-know:: Ne;. York attorney and chairman ot the university's board ot trustees since 1953. served as chairman ot the dinner. Proceeds of the dinner will be allocated for the maintenance of the university's widespread academic, community service and research activities, including an annual $1,000,000 program of scholarship assistance to gifted students of limited financial means. DR. SAMUEL BUKIN Yeshiva University is celebrating its 75th anniversary' under the leadership of a national committee ot prominent citizens. President John F. Kennedy is honorary chairman, and Joseph M. Mazer, treasurer of the Hudson Pulp and Paper Corporation. New York City, is genI'n.'er the leadership of Dr. Belkin, Yeshiva University has grown from an enrollment of 850 students l(> one of more than 5.000: from five schools : %  > 17 schools and divisions; from a faculty of 94 to one ol : 200; and from one building in Manhattan to six teaching centers. located throughout New York City. Dr. Belkin has also guided the foundation of the Albert Einstein College ol Medicine, the first medical college in the nation under Jewish auspices; Stern College lor Women, the first college of liberal arts and sciences for women under Jewish auspices in the United S ates; the School of Social Work: the Graduate School Of Science; and the Graduate School of Edu cation. JFSC Reopens Beach Dep't. Jewish Family and Children's Service has announced the reopening of the Family Service Department at its Miami Beach District office. L'35 Lincoln rd. Residents of the Miami Beach area who need help with marriage and family problems will again receive professional counseling service a" this office. The agency will continue to serve the special needs of older people through its Department of Services for the Aged, which has been located at the Miami Beach office since its establishment in 1958. Leon D. Fisher, executive director of the agency, is "especially pleased that our family service prc-gram will again be more readily available to Beach residents." Jewish Family and Children's Service is a professional social casework agency which provides family counseling, child care services, help with special problems of the aging, and other personal and social problems to all Jewish residents of Dane and Broward counties It isupported by the United Funds of Dade and Broward counties, by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and by the Jewish Welfare Federation of Hollywood. Main olfice is at 35 NE 17th st. Zionists Plan Member Drive Plans for a membership drive involving the ZOA districts of Greater Miami were discussed at a meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District board of directors Tuesday i evening at the DiLido hotel, accord! ing to Josh Rcphun, president ot the district. A mass membership drive, culminating with a victory celebration and the awarding of a free trip to Israel this summer, will highlight the drive to be sponsored by all the local districts. Also discussed at the boar I meeting were plans for a joint ZOAJewish National Fund function, i participation by the ZOA members in the dedication of the new Hebrew Academy building, in the current (ireater Miami Jewish Federation drive, and in the local Israel Bond campaign. The Miami Beach District, largest ZOA district in the Southeast region, has undertaken to double its current membership, according to AI Sherman, membership chairman. Youth Plan Purim Ball Temple Emanu-EI's United Synagogue Youth group will hold a general meeting on Sunday morning in the main school building. Th* group will make linal plans for a Purim Masquerade Ball on Saturday evening, Mar. 24 Cantor Apelewicz At Waldman's Cantor Jacob Apelewicz will officiate during the Passover hoi days, Apr. 18 to 28. at Waldman's hotel. Cantor Apelewicz was born fn Rovno. Poland, and was a member of (he underground during World War II. He emigrated to the U.S. in 1048 where he attracted the notice of Cantor David Kousscvitzky. and toured with him throughout the country. Cantor Apelewicz will be assisted on Passover by Joseph Cohen and a large choir. This will be the cantor's first isit to Miami Beach S/ATA V FOR WarFLORIDA VOYAGER Congress Inn Miami's new and beautiful motel providing fine HOTEL services. Deluxe rooms and studio apartments, private pool, free recreation and entertainment, close to all points of interest. Dancing nightly. Restaurant on premises. Credit cards honored. 12350 BISCAYNE BLVD. (U.S. 1) MIAMI CO* /VvT> 4 l**2W FREE! 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iFriday. March 9. 1962 viewist.nuridlaan Page 7-B ^ Dr. Miriam Freund to Arrive in Miami for Jtobilee Celebration of Hadassah Members of Hadassah, the Wornt Zionist Organization ol AITUTI£ .' are organizing to welcome Dr. ,MI K. Freund, whose arrival ',',',,. will mark the 50th birlhday of i Hadassah. [)]• freund. immediate past national president of Hadassah, has seived the organization in many! t.tpaci'ies. She has made 16 trips. i,, Israel to study health, vocation,! education and youth problems. a i to conler with the Israel gov-, eminent and other leaders. In the spring of 1958. she visited Poland and Iran, carrying out a „i, -ION lor Israel. In Angus:, i960. she was a delegate to the 25th International Orientalist Congress in Moscow, where she delivered a on medicine and the Hebaic tradition. She is the author ol Jewish Merchants in Colonial America On lie occasion of the American Jewish Tercentenary, marking the IjjliOlh anniversary ol Jewish BetII menl In the United states, the Ji ish Book Council of America presented a citation to Dr. Freund a recognition of her "valued contributions to literature on Amcrifan Jewish history." She is a former national vice biesidenl of the Women's Division )l Brandeis University. Today, Dr. Freund is chairman %  p 1 the executive ol the American Jionisl Council, a member ol the ctions committee ol the World Zionist Congress, serves on t n e board of governors of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and has currently assumed the post ol national Israel Bond chairman tor Hadassah. President of the Miami chapter ol Hadassah, Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. has announced a Golden Jubilee Celebration on Mar. 19, 8 p.m., at Miami Springs Villas. The event will culminate contributions to the Medical Center in Israel. First award will be SI.000 in American Telephone and Telegraph stock. Second award will lie S300 ol the s a in e securities. Chairman of the day is Mrs. Henry Gilman. On Mar 20. at noon. Dr. Freund uill address the donor luncheon ol the Hollywood chapter ol Hadassah al the Fontainebleau hotel. That evening, at 8 p.m., in the ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel, the president of t h e Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah, Miss Lillian Goodman, will present a community celebration honoring Dr. Freund, followed by a musical program featuring Miss Joyce Farbe r anJ Joseph Fapa. Chairman is Mrs Nat Barth. Program coordinator is Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. Dr, Freund's visit will also include a brunch on Mar. 21. 11 a.m.. given by the Zionist Council of Smith Florida. President is Burre tt Both. Mrs. Decky Will Be Honored Rebekah meeting for District 24 will be held Tuesday evening. 8 p.m., at 25 Washington ave. The business session will be followed by refreshments and a session in honor of Mrs. F. v e 1 y n Decky, district deputv president. MRS. $01 C. SHAYt Brandeis Women To Have Tea Brandeis University National Women's Committee is holding a tea for life members and prospec-, five life members on Friday. Mar. 2.1. 1:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Sol C. Shaye. 1300 Biscayne dr., | Surfside. Mrs. Shaye, (ormerly of Detroit, a life member of Brandeis UriTver-' sity National Women's Committee. is on the executive board of the Miami Beach chapter, and chairman or the life membership committee. A one-man show of "Dark at the Top of the Stairs" will be presented by Mrs. Harold Turk. Reservations chairmen are Mrs. Shaye and Mrs. Solomon B. Margolis, president of the Miami Beach chapter. Brandeis University National Women's Committee supports the library of Brandeis University in Boston. Purim Festival At Beth Israel A Purim festival, sponsored by Beth Israel Sisterhood, will be held On Sunday evening at Waldman'?, hotel. A four-act play. "Malka's Purim Schpiel," will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Frank Fine. program chairman. Featured in the cast are Mrs Gerald Grcenberg. Mrs. Jerry Schechter, Mrs. I, Cooperman, Miss Ii. Sallz, Mrs. Murray Weinman and Mrs. Frank Fine. Mrs. Theodore Arvan wul be the accompanist. Mrs. Hyman Galbut lticket chairman. Joseph W. Malek, attorney, will present a program of songs. A children's masquerade party will also be held, and refreshments will be served. ?oale Zion to Meet Poale Zion, Chaim Greenberg Branch ol Greater Miami, will hold its next monthly meeting on Wednesday evening, at the Farband Cultural Center. 842 Washington ave. Dr. Simon Wilensky, president, will conduct the business agenda and lead a discussion of •Evolution and Anti-Semitism Bernard Furman is cultural chairman. Southwest Center Annual Dinner Southwest Jewish Center will hold its annual dinner dance Saturday evening. Mar. 21. at Michel's kosher restaurant. Miami Beach. Mrs. Howard Gurland and Hy Horowitz are m charge o! reservations. JWV Women Meet Monday MRS. EVELYN DICKY Department of Florida, Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish War Vet-' erans of the United States, will j hold its quarterly meeting on Mon-j day evening. 8:18 p.m.. at the, American Legion Hall. 1828 Alton rd. Mrs. Max LeVine. president of the department, anticipates a large turnout of members to help plan the activities for the balance of her year in office. Miami Beach Auxiliary 330 will be hostess for the meeting. NOMINATED FOR ACADEMY AWARDS SIMMY KRAMERS A L if lien i a % %  %  .II LiL 111 iij j THE LINCOLN S5S LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 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?:ge 4-B "Jfcwfef fhrHitr Friday, March 9, 1962 Special Cantata Slated Friday A -occial cantata will be pre,. ri/en for the occasion b> Meyer ,' by the fourth daol Ten San ucatior.al darec or. Tjmid Hebrew >chool durstuJents participating are Edwin j g Fridaj evening services. vieJeffrey Breslaw. Linda DuTh .. t Mose'was be>hter. Steven E cker. Al an Felsot, Joseph Huppert, Wayne Pr:cha.son. Lewis Rothlein, Eugene Steiflield. and Mehnda Woi Musical portion of the cants will be under he direction .. stph Schreibman. musical director of the Temple, and will be hi the Temple Choir ant -'4 of jl %  AMONG FASfflONS TO BE SHOWN HERE APR. 3. Hadassah-lsraeli Fashion Show W! Unfold 'Future' a! High-Style Event Greater Miami will be trea' first look at "I-raeli Fa~hiono! %  Future" uhen the Hadassahl-raeh Fashion Show opens on Apr 11:30 a.m., at the Seville hotel. the auspices "f the Miami -I Miami Beach chapters of Ha--ah. Entitled "Youth Fashions •F %  re," the -how comprises _" outfits, v hich combine the >hnc-of color, 'hi' splendor of nbroideries, and acy l ns in a blend of 0 lenta id Oriental de i! iproduced by teen-age sir!.-. idents i the \\ o >1 ol Jer country u hich ii ell \><>n i| %  FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE tI : %  %  > '' %  % %  ...making ki %  c i r tastj use for II s a i -ite. YOU GET $25.00 5 I your own original recipe a rVolffs Kasha bo. "ip to Phj ; I Penn Yan, N. Y. V.j / for every rec pc p.s i t receives I % ijha Cookbook > c e Wolff s pro) W& KASHA intriguing!) < mbroidered cocktail dresses and evening gowns The costumeWill be modeled here b> members <<: 'he respective ips of the Miami chapter of Hadassah Fashion show commentator will be Miss Suzy Marby, well-known pubhcit) director oi Department Store ol Mian by Merri Cha.r are Mesdames Irving Veston and Edward Cohen. Original musical entertainment i~ produced by Mrs, van Zamft Pr >< eeds ear%  iri." I % %  Hadassah supp >si chairman is MrHerbert i ipi • %  • heimei %  it the Hadassi h offi Jl i %  V'< "irhara Twfr'.V, N W*l lOCl St %  • '.-dupi 3 P3 M her WM pa'.e V; : Btable '• • J VEGETABLE STEAKS 1 i • %  • i 1 C3" ; i izo meil : 1 cr d.c-:; Mash i • %  Kas'ia aid scaso-^-j Brown j-n* slightly in Oil. Mil I I a-.J rri\ta meal and mix th-. Fo-m into si large pat: ss and U/. %  %  %  ,. %  for almost 40 years on Holidays and every day MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE has brought cheer into far more Jewish homes than any other brand because that Good-to-the-last-drop flavor means... It's a Mechayeh! all the way down! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE / %  tfpJicuxa Brown Buckwheat broais n as' w i -/ THE "SABBA TH COFFEE for instant enjovment every day! In 2 Oz., 6 0z.,ar.d 10 Oz. jars. Get today's Instant Maxwell Houseflavor sealed in this distinctive new jar! CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARVE FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOOOS CORP FREE! HANDY POCKET-SIZE PASSOVER DIRECTORY Take ft Along On Your Passover Shopping Write: ORTHODOX UNION, DEPT. EJ 64 Fifth Ave., New York 11, N.Y. For Brewed Coffee enjoyment the greatest Jewish favorite of them all! In 1 lb. and 2 lb. cans.



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Friday. March 9. 1962 Jk M fsfi ITkr//difftjn Page 3-A Rabbi Stem to be Honored at Banquet; Community Leaders to Attend Sun. Fete is school safety pa'.rol will bo honorBerkow, Sanford Roth g Sabbath services at Temple Beth end row are Michael Front row ; ; e:t to right) are Jeffrey a::.! David Slachter. ..-: Jimmy Baro3, Del rolei Michcr-1 Stuart Sutta. and Ricky Beriin. SecLinet, R:na Magolnick, Rear are Paul Sutta and Combined Appeal Reaches Million Co< tiniMd f'om Page 1-A v vigor iv 11 the i i] ih( campa I LEONARD ROSIN Kovtns s*id Tuesday's report r.ieetiro was the first in. a regu!cr series of sucli mee'^si to keep co.timur.itv leadership in close lo'.ch with dav-t->-eJay activities in the final phases o ; ti'.e campaign. D renl I JA rt %  .ins • • i out for h' nor s each meeting Kov< ns added. Tuesda; mi i I Mercantile Dn isi in, h e a b; Jordan M a r s h president, I Macht, and th i Constr % %  ion, headed by co-chairmen David Pleeman and Max Goldsteii Awards wore presented to key workers in each division "whose exemplary i fforts have played an important role in the 1962 camaign," Kovens .said. Sounding a final cautious note, Kovens urged community leaders in throw "renewed energy" into the campaign. irst milli ............... Rabb Til %  Stern will b< Bred at a tea %  ...'. lei on Sunday evening at th< Dei hotel, Miami Beach Councilman March Liberman is general chairman of the banquet, which is being tendered by Beth Jacob Congregation, of which Rabbi Stern is spiritual leader. Community civic and religious leaders will b< featured on the propram. Liberman declared, adding th< representatives of the City o. Miami Beach and the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. arc also slated to parti< ipati Rabbi Stern came to Miami Beach seven years aso, "and his dynamic leadership has made an impact not only upon the growth cf Be!h Jacob Ccngregafion but upon every aspect of our civic a.-d religious community endeavor," Liberman asserted. %  Bi rchair the bi iquet. %  ander: Rabbi residi %  %  %  M irris B. Facol i Sc princi] also be of%  • Mrs -. RABbl ribOR STERN dent of the Betb .'.cob Sisterho I ; Aai on Lerner, Morns K Israel Schultz, a n d Max ii hi si ranking otfi i gation. V.'omen's Annual Barbecue Beach chapter of B i n is planning its 16 pnnual barbecue on Saturday evi %  :• ::. ,,i Temple Ner Tarn id". Revy Balkin will be hostess. %  Dade Federal Savings —has 5 convenient offices to serve Dade County s ; ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th ST. HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN DRINKING MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER? Some of our customers have been using this world-renowned water from Hot Springs. Arkansas for generations! These people know from experience that the recommended daily amount of Mountain Valley helps to: • STIMULATE KIDNEY ACTION • SOOTHE BLADDER IRRITATION • NEUTRALIZE EXCESS URINE ACIDITY • DISCHARGE WASTES If by chance, you have not tried this delightfultasting natural health aid. call today for your first order. Learn how it may help you and we —KiiSiWS predict you will continue using it for %  %  i v taF~P* a long time. Ask your doctor about -.::.: Open or odd to your Dade Federol Savings Account by Tucs., Mar. 20th and eorn from tlie 1st %  ..,' # TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. 8th ST. Convenient Business Hours: MAIN OFFICE OPEN MONDAY and BRANCH OFFICES OPEN FRIDAY TO 8 P.M. All other weekdays to 4:30 P.M. Mountain Valley Water. 301 S.W. 8th Street Phone FR 3-2484 Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITL€ s, Qktvact Co. 34 OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING and 3 3M.E. FIRST STREET FRanklin 3-8432 EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th AVE. MAIN OFFICE 101 E.FLAGLER STREET NORTH MIAMI BRANCH 12370 N.W. 7th AVE. "One of /he Nation's Oldest and largest" IZJade Federal t/AVlNGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI ly 4 /o JOSEPH M UPTON. President Savings account* aro insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the Federal Government ... PER ANNUM Anticipated DIVIDEND RATE PAYABLE & COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY i RESOURCES. EXCEED 1175 MILLION DOLLARS



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Pcge 6-A +Jenisfr fhrkRsMi Friday. March 9. 19oZ Richard Basker, builder, buys a Hebrew Academy "brick" !:om Mrs. Leonard Rosen (riaht). chairman of the school's crick campaign, and Mrs. Jack Bucksbaum. co-chairman. New Hebrew Academy Dedication To Open Week of Celebration Continued from Page 1-A brew Academy dinner and ball en Sunday night. Mar. 1, at the Deauville hotel, featuring noted television star and comedian, Sam Levenson. Toastmasler for the Sunday morning dedication here will be Maurice Revitz. chairman of the Hebrew Academy executive committee and president of Temple Menorah. Revitz. together with Leonard Rosen, will act as cochairman of the eight-day dedication program. Pre-Schoolers At Beth Torah Activities for pre-school students nil] be offered by Beth Torah Congregation with full and half-day programs to be held from June 25 to A' g. 17. Sessions will be horn 9 to 12 noon 1 to 4 p.m.. or for the entire day. 9 to 4 p.m.. with the professional stilt uf the year round nursery school conducting the program under the direction of Mrs. Sidney Kay, preschool supervisor. Crafts, music, games and outdoor play will be offered with a special registration fee for nonmembers of the congregation. Transportation will be offered. This program will complement th> full-day summer camp program ol:ered by the congregation. B. I. Binder, president of the Academy, said that a triple ribbon-cutting ceremony will be featured, in which principal patrons of the school will cut the ribbons to the three building facilities they have endowed — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcousky. Mr and Mrs Louis Merwitzer, and Mr. Jacob Cohen and family, in memory of Dora Cohen. Officials of the Academy affiliate organizations will bring greetings, as well as representatives of city officials and Greater Miami religious, civic, and philanthropic organizations. Prior to the official dedication of the school on Sunday, a special Hebrew Academy Sabbath will take place throughout Greater Miami, where rabbis in local synagogues will address their respective congregations on 'The Importance of Future Functions of the Newly Constructed Academy.' "The Impact of the Education to be Afforded in the New Hebrew Academy" will be addre>sed to other local congregations on Saturday, when award-winning oratory students from the school will make personal appearances at several hotels located in Greater Miami. Free loan Meeting Hebrew Free Loan Assn. of Ci!eater Miami will meet Monday e\cning at Beth F! Congregation. A new film on Israel will be shown magnificent FIRST RACE 8:15 EM, MIAMI Kennel Club DOG RACING Meir, Goldmann Dispute Passport Continued from Page 1-A try of Israel, with whom the World Jewish Congress has always maintained contact on matters of common interest, has never tried to determine the policies of the World Jewish Congress. "The Israeli Government understands fully that the rai--on d'etre nl the World Jewish Congress, representing so m a n y Jewish communities in the world lor united action, is based on its complete ind< pendence of I>rael and its policies. But it is self-evident that many Jei>h problems are. naturally of primary interest both to Israel and to the World Jewish Congress. The permanent contact with Israel and an attempt to work cut a common policy on problems ol common interest is in the nature of thum\tor the difficulties made in renewing the pas>pur: ot Mr. Golan and the final decision to issue the passport only for one year, which the Minister of the Interior decided upon at the request of the Foreign Ministry. I view this as a very seriDUS problem I! has nothing to do with the personal case of Mr. Golan, who. anyhow, after eight years of absence from Israel wanted to go back, at least for a certain time, and work for the Israel executive of the World Jewish Congress. "However, there are two other fundamental questions involved. First is the implication, which some may read into the Foreign Ministry's action, that citizens of Israel working in personal capacity in international organizations and bodies are expected to carry out their duties in line with the ofticial views of the Israel Government. "It is not necessary, I think, to discuss in detail the fact that, often in the past, citizens of other countries—Jews as well as nonJews—spoke up and worked for the cause of Zionism and Israel even when the line they took was rat favored by their respective governments. It might be well to consider whether the refusal to extend Mr. Golan's passport may rot present a precedent undesired by those who have the good of Israel and of the Jewish people at their heart. The second issue is the right which the Government of Israel seems to assume, to deny to an Israeli citizen a passport not because he has in any way violated the law but because, as I was told, he is ; ; -ecurity risk.' In my best opinion, there was nothing in Mr. Golan's actions which could make him a security risk' within the terms Used in a free, democratic society. Neither has such a charge officially been made and. indeed, never did the Israel Government preler such tormal charges in court or otherwise. "If the right to deny a passport to somebody considered as 'security risk' in the opinion of a member of the Israel Government i~ upheld, every Israeli who has to do political work outside of Israel can be denied this possibility by the simple administrative act of refusing him a passport. 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Page 12-B +Je*is§> fkiricttan Friday, March 9. IO^ Artur Rubinstein Slates Schumann. Rachmaninoff Renowned pianist Artw Rubinstein, guest soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Sunday at Miami Be a h Auditorium and Monday even'r.3 ?! D^i ^e County Auditnrum. wi'l perform Schumann's Piano Concerto in A minor and Rachmaninoffs Rhaosody on a Theme of Paganini it the symphony orchestra's eventh pair of subscription concerts. Monday's Dade C unty Auditor ium performance has be n sol out for several weeks. A few tic kets are .-till available for thi 3,500-seal Miami Beach Auditor ium. Rubinstein, who wi'l be making his third appearan-e with the University SyrT>oho—'. C'.irr-.t'y is celebratirg Sis 25th anniversary tour of tt>e United Stjits 1 and Canada. The re ed pianist recently complete-" a marathon series of ten recitals at Ca-negie Hali, performing ns.Trly cv e r y piece in h-s vast oianlstic reoerf Pearly Gait t BPRIIIIUKIWI itiMiimirfNMhimiw>tiNMMiMuiiiiFiiiiiiMi by Hal Pearl 4 ARTUR RUB'NSTHN toire without repeating a simile co 11,0c rftlon. Orchestra' work* scheduled by conductor Fabien Sevitzky and the symphony include Thomas's "Mignon Overture.'' Ravel's vivid and bright "Daphnis et Chloe" Suite No. 2. with smoll choral accompaniment, and Mozart'."Symphony in D major,'' the "Haifner." T < Kets for the concert, priced rent SI.75 to $4.50, may be pur%  ha-d at Miami Beach Auditorum box office. Indianapolis Orchestra Slated Izler Solomon will bring his Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra here on Thursday evening. Mar. 15. at Miami Biach Auditorium. He will conduct the orchestra ir. the iourth concert of the annual membership subscription series of Community Concert Assn. Guest soloist will be noted violinist. Joseph Silverstein, who has recently been appointed concertmaster of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, replacing Richard Burgin. Silverstein will perform Violin Conrvrto No. 2 in D 44, by Wax Bruch. liner, op. Conductor Solomon will lend the irehestra in Introduction to Act 3 rom "Lohengrin." Wagner: Dance Suite for Orchestra 11923). Bartok: Symphony No. 101 in D major. "The Clock." Haydn: and Marche and Scherzo from "Love for Three Oranges." Prokofiev. The concert is open to subscribers only. There will be no tickets on sale for admissions to this or any other single event in the series. COMING SOON UNIQUE! MAGNIFIQtJE! 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Evidently the very best ones, those whose appearance more or less guarantee the nitery owner a profit, have dropped out of the i world of night clubs to concentrate on more lucrative earnings in the world of television. This week's new crop of stars in town illustrates that point emphatically. Dinah Shore, piling up big profits at the Eden Roc's Pompeii room, is followed by another singer, Tony Martin, who makes his second appearance at the Roc this season, opening Tuesday. Dinah winds up her jam-packed performances Sunday night. The Diplomat this week is relying on the presence of Eleanor Powell, in the Cafe Cristal The lormer movie star has been breaking records all over the nation, since she emerged from retirement last spring. Starting with her first comeback appearance in Las Vegas, she wracked up a new high at the Latin Quarter in New York, and now at the Diplomat is giving localities and visitors a chance to enjoy her wonderful tap-andtoe artistry. One comic pops up this week in a star spot. Popular .hick Carter opens Friday at the Deauville's Casanova room. But then a singer shares honors with him. teen-age recording favorite. Brenda Lee. Copa City is doing excellent business, the first time in years, with a singing comedienne. Belle Barth. During her entire act she works with a piano. BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Most amazing business is being reg! istered at the Cinema on Washington ave. Director Leon Schachter has a tried and true formula: a Yiddish-American feature film combined with a Yiddish-American stage show. Both are changed weekly. I stopped by there one afternoon, around 2:30. Every seat in the 1,250seat house was occupied by 3 p.m. This is unheard of at a Beach matinee. Schachter informed me that is a regular occurrence at the Cinema. To prove it. I returned for an evening performance. Packed again — and spotted amoti}* the audience were a number of visitors. who were guests at the better hotels, like Fontainebleau and Eden Roc They got as much pleasure out of the Yiddish-American screen play and stage play as the older folk. This is the theatre of nostal I, a chance to recapture some of childhood, and the spirit and language of parents and grandparents. It's a wonderful experience ii you have not visited the Cinema. By the way. the stage shows ire -real. Israeli stage favorite Shoshana Daman, who did phonos J! business through last month at the Monte Carlo hotel's Exodu; ro >m, has returned, staging a concert-type show. This sparkling performer sings in many languages and creates a vivid and tui image in the spotlight. Catch her by all means, if fou listed previous performances. Shows are 9 and 11. Kay Carole's ventriloquism is a n\ >lal Murray Franklin's. The slim, youi ning act on the Beach this being her third yi Mebbe Kaye will come with a female counti : i rt my. Like to see her Rolling Hills <; If Lodgi and Countrj Clul caught on like wildfire among visitors and natr es sumptuous suites and rooms make a stay then %  touri the way down the line. The golf course on t!.i | es ii best in the nation, and the service and food facilities iper course is open lo the public. ON SCREEN AND OFF: Another world premiere will be staged in premiere-happy Miami Beach Wednesday The eagerly awaited, "Sweet Bird of Youth," Tennessee Williams' latest sexology I realise. opens with flurry and fanfare at the Carib, Miami. Miracle, 163rd St. and Essex. A hand-picked cast of Paul Newman ("Exodus" Star), Geraldinc Page ("El Cid"), Shirley Knight, Ed Begiey and Rip Torn will create the screen excitement. Richard Brooks, who directed "Elmer Gantry." put his directorial stamp on this big one. On the same day, another picture with a sex theme, more or less with a sordid note, "Walk on the Wild Side," opens at the Olympia, Beach, Gables and Shores. Excellent cast includes Laurence Harvey, Barbara Stanwyck, and Anne Baxter. Holdovers and all on reserved seat engagements are "West Side Story," at Sheridan; "Judgment at Nuremberg," at Lincoln; "El Cid," at Roosevelt; and. "Black Tights," at Colony. Plenty of variety for the movie-goer in all four: music, drama, history and ballet. Just take your choice and enjoy. An off-beat subject is treated frankly in "Victim," with two fine actors. Dirk Bogarde and Sylvia Sims, and playing at Parkway and N'ormandie. "The Mark." dealing with homosexuality, opens todav at the Mayfair and Sunset.-Maria Schell. Stuart Whitman and Rod Steiger -tar in this controversial and frank film. %  DINER'S DELIGHT: Atmosphere and service highlighting the traditional Sabbath dinner, at the luxurious Morton Towers bayside dining room, which is open from 5:30 to 9:30, suggest reservations. The opening-soon Jardin Suisse at the Ronev Plaza. David Schine's latest innovation at the ocean hostelry landmark on 23rd street. Continental outdoor dining and sipping at a sparkling oasis — a really new treat for those who have been lo Paree, and for those who haven't, an even bigger treat. Nick and Antoinette's feature real Italian home cooking at their home-like restaurant, 1624 NE 1st st. Everything is made to order. Phone for reservations. Seating is limited. Tell 'em in advance what you want for dinner, so you'll save time. Art Bruns has at least 50 people for dinner every night, and most evenings he has a lot more. His new Japanese Steak House at Miami Springs Villas seats just half a hundred, and demand for tables there among Carriage Club members is at a premium. Visitors to the Miami area, Dr. Paul Grossbard. leading obstetrician from Passaic. N.J., and his family seen dining at the Pub restaurant. %  i v or Rabbi Diamond in Talk Rabbi Norman Diamond, of T em pie Beth El in Daytona Beach. | ec tured at Volusia County Community College in Daytona Beach | as t Tuesday under the auspice, ()f lhe Jewish Chautauqua Society an organization which creates l>fter un derstanding of Jews ana ludalM, through education. Leonid Hambro Slated Tuesday Pianist Leonid Hambro, assistant to Victor Borge. will be fe soloist at a benefit symphony concert for and by :h< Miami Beach Civic Orcnestra at 8:30 p. m Tuesday, at Mian I Beach Auditorium. Conductor and music d Barnett Breeskir In addition to a stint entitled "Hambro — Ii \bout Music." th( ptanisl v. form George Gershwin's "Rl dy in Blue" and the Webei "Concertstuck." The program of the 70-mi orchestra will begin with Ni< Overture to the "Merry Wives 1 Windsor" and include "Perpetual ;." by Johann Strauss KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Dec Run • TU 8-4521 %  BRUNS :< C or X JBE3MC %  '. .-X ?&M.U97C"SHB' B lt f0"iCIH 8YRL Frill \f DIN J5 NOW C HOTEl ING ROOM — NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC Troditiono Dining FINEST KOSHER CUISINE DELUXI KOSHER 7-COURSE DINNERS *?50 from ^ tlHntlluii 0*11 71 1-TWI Oa lh OIIH t own* AT*. Off Llncola d Mlkml lw j CWJ, POLYNESIAN | RESTAURANT A AND GARDENS I



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Friday. March 9. 1962 vJewisti fhridHcur Page 5S f-^arties ^jalorc i^sVlark he has appeared in villages and; %  utlements throughout Israel,! broadcast over Kol Israel, and :raveled widely in the Middle East. She recently returned from a -it to Israel with a new reperire of chassidic and Israeli songs. By ISABEL GROVE Pre-nuptial reception given last week in Orlando for Carol Barrocas and Richard Schulman who arc planning a June wedding. Hosts were Richard's sisters, Madaleen and Phylis. married to brothers Jack and Abe Kcmenoif. Also attending were the senior Schulmans. Lil and Harry, and the future bride's mother, Mrs. Ann Barro cas. Color scheme for the evening was pink and white, and a floral centerpiece was a mass of white an:l pink iris, chrysanthemums and baby breath banked bv silver ca delxbri and pink candles. Lovely Carol, radiant in white chiffon cocktail dress with crystal beading at :he waist. The Schulmans. long time Mianiinns, delighted that the young couple expect to settle here. Richard is assistant vice president of the Biscayne Federal and Loan Assn. Imitation read. "You're invited Mrs. Anderson Eyes School Post Eunice Anderson, a memi the Dade County School ard since June. 1961. when she appointed by Gov. Farris • is now candidate for electhe board. ing that "We must find ;• (o motivate our students to i verj best that t h e y are : doing bj making our ools a pla -e where thi > I Liragemenl and guidance in the %  lopmi :.t i! mind and body." Mr>. Anderson mentioned 'he folowing as being of particular in%  i st t.. her: Construction ol classrooms on need basis, expansion ol our kindergarten program, extension of i adult education program, additional facilities and programs for fitted and retarded children, and mprovement of the position of our '< achers." Born in Tallahassee, Mrs. Ander• m has a BA from Florida State University and taught at Washinglon Seminary, Washington, Pa., and Tallahassee. She is married to Dr. James L. Anderson, a neuro-psyihiatrist, president of the Dade (ounty Meaical Assn. Ner Tamid Will Present Play Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid is presenting "Abie's Irish Rose." comedy by Ann Nichols, on Saturday and Sunday at 8:30 p.m.. m i Sklar auditorium. DO Marion is directing the • %  which includes Eileen Perlman in the lead role, Harold Richlei. Raymond Klein. Alan Taksier, Hi.rry Taylor. Gertrude Marx. Harrj KirshOR and Eric Powell. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Carlton 1 lake and Mrs. Henrietta i Piano Pvpfts Register Many pupils from the piano stuol Rose M. Robin, 2250 SW h si have registi red as cani idates for membership in the National Fraternity of Student Musicians, sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers, to which their teacher belongs. ,to a birthday party, bring pillow and p. j's." So six junior misses ai rived Friday evening at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Glickman, 970 No. Shore dr., to celebrate daughter Diane's 13:h anniversary. Dinner was followed by bowling, no perfect games, back to the house for ghost s'.ories. pillow fights, the late show and snacks, snacks, snacks. It is rumored that some ol the teen-agers finally fell asleep at 3 a.m.. but everyone was up again by 6. ready for a huge breakfast. Hours of the morning spent around the piano with voices raised in song. But one by one the young ladies were called for, and the unique festivities were over. Members of the clique were Robi.n Hendel. Sue Ellen Firestone. Susan Baron. Susan Malier. Sandy Karlan. Karen Adler and Diane's sister, Marjorie. •* A progressive luncheon-bridgeparty for birthday of Mrs. Naomi Silver man last week. Started with cocktails in her home at 2250 SW 23rd ter., and continued at the home of her daughter, Harriet (Mrs. Lawrence) Singer, across the, way for lunch. Other guesis were Esther (Mrs. William) Singer, her mother, Mrs. Lilly GoTrTbVrg. and her daughter, Marlene (Mrs. Richard B.) Stone. Oui-ot-.owners Mrs. David Silverman. New Castle. Pa.. Mrs. Sam Silverman, Sharon. Pa.. Mrs. Israel Brody, Indiana, and Mrs. Louis Belin, Boston. Music was provided by several of the talented guests, Irene (Mrs Joseph) Edwards, pianist, and Miss Her'ha Lee. lyric soprano, who sang a group of lovely melodies. Localites in attendance were Dr. Erna Klass, Mrs Sol Marx. Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Mrs. Isaac Levin. Eleanor Ziegler really surprised husband Al with her combination birth lay-anniversary cock ail party for bmi last Saturday night. Enlisting the aid of good friends Ida and Irving Lax. the festivities were he'd in their home in So. Miami. Bewildered by the initial shock, son Al was further overwhelmed w th [he gift from his ever-lovin', a d_:zLng diamond ring. Sharing t:w fun were Nat and Irene Ziegler, Louis and Rose Levine. Buddy and L.illie**i^o)nie. 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cleivish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volwr.6 35 — Number 10 Miami, Florida, Friday, March 9, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* JOSEPH GOLAN STIRS CONTROVERSY Gc/dmann Takes Issue With Gclda Meir Over Passport to WJC Exec YoiiK (JTA) — Dr. Goldmann, president of the \\.. lewish Congress, this week •sue with Israel's Foreign \, Golda Meir who original ed not to renew the Israeli. : ol Joseph Golan, an of. the World Jewish Congress. I,,..,of dissatisfaction with his S abroad, but later — foli Dr. G ildmann's intervenreed to renew it [or one > i • Israel Foreign Minister, it .ieported, objected especially Golan's activities at the -ion of the United Nations Assembly. It was underiat Mr. Golari had active with North African lead also with leaders of the r'LN i Moslem movement for an .lent Algeria Emphasiz%  "no citizen of Israel, or of Hieratic country, should be a passport unless found the law," Dr Goldmann "I take note, with satisfaction, cf the statement of tt\e Foreign Minister that differences of opinion on political issues between her and myself have nothing to do with the tiff'culties made tc Mr. Golan in getting his passport renewed. I take the opportunity to stale that the Foreign Minis Continued on P>- 6-A DR. ,•,',..,(JM GOIDHIANN -<-rs fiff Eshkol Optimistic for Israel's Role in Europe Common Mk't PARIS — (JTA) Lev! Eshkol. Israel's Finance Minister, who is now busy conferring with the European Common Market, told a news conference here Monday thai he lias found "considerable improvement" in the attitude of a number of governments to Israel's Furomart plans He said he is convinced now that "a solution to Israel's Common Market problems will be found, sooner or later." The Israeli Finance Minister returned Monday to Brussels, where the Common Market's Council ol Ministers—representing the six nations in Euromart — opened its HOPES FOR COMMERCE DASHED Cairo Reports Soviet Vow To Bar Jewish Immigration WASHINGTON—(JTA>—A Cairo broadcast in Hebrew, beamed t< Israel and monitored here this week, quoted a Soviet diploma! as pre dieting that "the campaign for emigration of .lews from the Soviet Union would not succeed." The broadcast said that the remarks were made by the First xv j tn the Arab League Assistant Secretary of the Russian Embassy S( ( n .,.,,-,, r>r. Sayyid Newfal. The in Cairo, during conversations Hebrew Academy Dedication Set Here on Sunday SEE PAGE 10-A broadcast quoted the Soviet offiial as asserting that Russian i Jews "do not want to migrate to Israel." "It goes without saying that the Soviet diplomat did not make this declaration without first consulting his superiors," said the broadcast, adding that "one can be certain that this declaration reflects the official policy of the Soviet government." Meanwhile, hopes for a renewal of Israeli citrus exports to Russia laded this week when a delegation of the Israel Citrus Marketing Hoard returned from a brief visit to that country with a report that there was no chance of such ex ports this year. Members of the delegation went to Russia on tourist visas and not as members of the marketing place the school's antiquated quarboard. However they sounded ters at 918 6th st.. Miami Beach, j out Soviet officials on the possi Local mayors of the community butty of £**J^" ,S ^ have proclaimed Hebrew Acadsaid theWt that there^JMJ emy Week, which will include a no indication variety of events following on the ch -.ion. I.i Paris. Mr. Eshkl n'. I \ Hi the new Fi en h M n:-:> r ol !• mance, V'alerj Giscard dc ug. Al Bras sels o i 'l uesday. Mr Eshkol was '" meel with Prof. Walter H:• a i n, ol Germany, president ol 'he European Economic Community's executive committee, and v.ah the Foreign Minister ol Luxmboui The six nations belongi... to the Common Market are Fra ce, I il; %  < s Ci TI lar.x • %  -i gium, The Netherlands and Luxeml ourg At his prebs conference, Mr. Eshkol cuilined what Israel believes to be the "minimum and rtkquate" results it hopes to aclveve with the approval of the C EC Ministerial Council. Israel expects !o ask IMt a tpecial EEC Commission, which has already surveyed the situation concerning Israel and the EEC, make concrete recommendations concerning the EEC-Israeli relationships. Israel also seeks the establishment of a mixed body, consisting cf representatives of the EEC and of Israel, to examine the existing problems and work toward their solution. Must foreign statesmen with whom Mr. Eshkol has conferred have given assurances that they would support Israel's stand and that Ihey understand Israel's particular problems. These include even the Italian Cabinet Ministers, tin Italian Minister of Agriculture among them The latter has shown Jewish Homes it in Algeria; errorism Rife ALGIERS — (JTA) — Jewish and Moslem shopkeepers and hoi were the principal targets ol a series of predawn bombings earlj '> : lay, evidentl) staged by the OAS. the French underground opposed ti he planned cease-fire being arranged between de Gaulle government i nd the Fl.N. Ihe Moslem independence movement. While no deaths were reported, there were at least 12 casualties, ni st o: them being Jewish or Moslems. The attacks, resulting in about 133 bomb explo ions in a period ol an hour and a half, were apparently aimed at Ihe shops and homes oi Jews and Moslems who had refused o contribute funds to the OAS. Rows ol sh ps were shattered in the explosions, and manj ol store were sel afire. Police arrested 13 Frenchmen charged with comm'tting th? atrocities, and defused 15 bombs containing plastic xplosives FOUNDATION PR'.ZE TO MINDUN Jewish Floridian Editor Wins Hatioftal Journalism Award i ,\ function on the evening of Mar 15 al the Fontainebleau hotel .,,. in De the le ol the presentation of the Louis LaMed Award to Leo Mindlin executi' e editor ol The Jewish Floridian. The a\ ard was announced last week in New York by the National i, n for lev ish Cult ure. .ponsoring organ zalion tor the annual citati m. The i 1 stinguisht .1 a vard is being onferred up >n Mindlin "for bis >ulstand ng pre enlation appearing in The Jewish Floridian which was expert in its re>orting and daeply analytical of lewish culture in the American lewish community today." Mirdlin won the LaMed Award for a scries of three articles in The Jewih Floridian last year on Jewish Book Month. The award, presented by the National Foundation for Jewish Culture for the first time in 1961, also generally cites Mindlin for his "interpretation of Jewish culture in the American Jewish press." The National Foundation for i'lUOrig llll-lll. IIHKI.'n nao *>.."... .,,,,, ,.LI; ,u.„l 1„. the same understanding exhibited Jewish Culture was establ shed b> by his Cabinet colleagues when Mr. %  the Council of Jewish, r ederations Eshkol explained that Israel's land Welfare Funds at a CJFW Itoo small to enGeneral Assembly in San Franctrus output is Continued on Page 15-A Continued on Pane 5-A IE0 MINDLIN Book Month series The new Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami will be dedicated in ceremonies Sunday 10:30 a.m., at the school's site on Pinetree dr and 24th st. Academy officials are hoping to move into the building by next month, but dedication will come just 13 months after groundbreaking ceremonies for the million dollar plant, which i scheduled to re 0VER-THE-T0P COMMITTEE FORMED HERE OAppeal Reaches $1 Million Mark heels of the Sunday dedication. Culmination will be the Ha Continued on Page 6-A were any possibilities for the next season. Soviet Russia halted all oil sales to Israel as a reprisal for the 1956 Sinai campaign. A leadership r e port meeting Tuesay put the 192 Combined Jewish Appeal over the SI.000.000 mark, according to chairman Cal Kovens. At a meeting of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Wednesday. Kovens also announced the appointment of Leonard Rosen as chairman of an "Over the Top" Kovens said the committee of top Greater Miami community leaders is being formed "to forestall any slackening of effort as we hoad into the last lap of the campaign." "Advance reports indicate that our meeting Friday will bring our total over the million mark." Rosen, a strong backer of Federation and C.I A for many years. is active in the Pacesetters For several years, he also headed the CJA Construction Division. Rosen said be will announce appointments to his new "Over the Top" committee in the near future. "I welcome the opportunity to Kovens said. "With that milestone p | ay (nis part in assuring the suebehind us. we must make a special cess 0 r y,^ vila \ effort." Rosen ttee to bring the New Hori-i effort to maintain our momentum said ..j {ee i sure we w ill be able zons campaign to a successful con-1 and to give fresh impetus to the elusion. campaign." • Continued on Page 3-A



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Fri Page 2-A *Jewish fhoridfiTiti Friday. March 9. 1982 United Fund Elects Kislok Campaign Chief .lay I. Klslak, president of the mortgage firm bearing Ins name. has been appointed !.'> ,; 'campa; n chairman for the Ui il • : Fur.d f Dadc Count). il was in IHB— d bjy William C, Lantafl pn •: Kislak sen ed vi< chairman in I ilo is also a men board ol din ctoi siiy if Miami ( I. J ior i .•iiv and D I >' the A '. il Fund ui' m VV< are fcrl t Mr. KU lak has acc< pted I n> His exporlei affairs and fund-rais le invaluable in thi :. campaign.*' Lanta I The new campaign chairman moved tc Miami in 1954. He s a graduate of (he Wharf on School cf Fir.arc* o< ihe Univarsity of Pennsylvania and "JS a naval aviator in Wo II. ;i of tti i • %  • I i. m eftoi people 1 il will lake tians to I BUCCI Ihis year •United Fund met %  year and was le its member agencies with their imum-required ... tments This year, we must ilo even better I Dade's need}." Kislak's appointment > as nounced at a United Fui I b ai trustees meeting. Other business included. ( ISXAXL) INVESTORS* REPORT AN AUTHORITATIVE NEWSLETTER • bringing you the inside facts about Israel"* economic developments and investment opportunities. NEWS • COMPANY REPORTS • (N-OEPTH ANAIYSES • • TCt AVIV STOCK MARKET • Comes lo you twice monthly by air from Israel ISAEl INVESTORS' ntfotr SOS FIFTH AVENUE. NEW YORK 17 Please enter my subscription to Tsat£r. I.sviISToas' Krnin for $10 a year. Q Chk .ndos.d O >i "Nam* .. Addrtss Pig Raising Ban Passes Parliament JAY K.'SIAK 1 An intMunctment by Edward F Swcrson, jr., 161 campaign ch imart, cf an arteryi .-_?. ;.-'c550 )00 bringing U re Fund %  196 campaign •: • %  ., • g chain • ... %  ( Pfeffer Slated At Beth Am Pfeffer, genera! counsel <>t the American Jewish Congress, and : the Commission on Law au IS I Aci • ill speak a: Sunday morniig at 1 irani ..... | ... .... .... ;,. C omn init; • % %  : %  thi Temple Brothrhood American Jewish ngi %  Pfeftei ... • % %  • %  %  inia, in Bible in •;.,-• public s leclared unconsi I as v ell .! other rega! pit • • in t h e area >f religi HI in the | b i c chools MtSONAUZtD MEN'S HAIR STYLING by OAVI0 ROSE of the BtSCAYNE TERRACE HOTEl BARBER SHOP For Appf. Coll FR 4-8779 JERSALEM-(JTA)—A bill to ban pig raising in n'\ but a few non-Jewish areas in Israel passed its first reading this week in Israel's Parliament by a vote of 39 i,i 23. with five abste I it lid puties w alked out ;-,i th %  K :essel I bbj ju >l %  c The bill was supported v \.iitonal Reli [ii s Part) lat I most bcrs ol Via >a I two Liber I •any den es I i>" — ol erals rut depul Th.' Poa'e Igudal rael did mil ession an i fii i menil ers ol Mapai a staii The supporters included two Arab deputies, who expressed regret lhat the ban did not apply to the entire country. It exempts .Naiaroth and other Galilee sections with predominantly Christian-Arab populations. Sheikh Jadar Maudi, who addressed tha Knesset, said that th Moslems of Shfar3m, his constituency, were c^sturbed by t'-e presence there of a pigsty operated by a Jew. He said ether ex-jmpled localities also were populated by Moslems to whom swine was offensive for religious reasons. :ilb epul ers.lt] i fi no of I£ 1 %  the prrn..-.'.. ed ioi • rp %  • The im asure v\ou ivei conlisi ation ol pigs The sponsors, who included two members ol the Mapai Party. three Religious Bloc deputies and a Herut deputy, a Ivanced the traditional arguments against pigs rhe> stressed that the national asPALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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CriticUm of the pryposaj^ ranged Hum arguments against "religious coercion" to statistics citing a progressive increase of pigs throughout Ihe world The statistics were submitted by Yaacov Riftin of the leftist Mapam, who asserted that P'O meat was the cheapest source of nuiriticn; that in the United States, it provided 42 percent of m?2* eonoui'ppticn; and that h? saw no reason to yield to "psychological terror." Nahum Mir of leftist A c h d u t VA odah argued thai Israel was not a theocracy and that the bill Ihen lore would he tantamount to com pulsion, He also argued lhat twothirds of the budget of a village ;i mil I.I Tel Avis. Azur, was derived from pig-breedine He sail had receivel a pet ition lo this effect from the \ llagers The bill AIM become law alter three ri Special Boy Scout Troop B B'ritl %  duel clii i exercises for its Tr io] i 55! i pi 'd ol i| .. %  %  • %  necting on fucsday. 8 n in Ihe au iitorium D[ Beth i >..\ id i on sr< %a\ ion ings. 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fciday. March 9. 1962 *Jevlsf) fkrldiicin Page 9-A Humane Slaughter Bill Scrutinized 'i bill in the State Assembly—spewould not interfere with schechita, • f c;Ty exempt schechita as a hui-a-.e method of killing. Jew \K\\ YORK — (JTA) — New New York Senate, would prevent :c r. Ish warnings were issued this I Jewi-h ritual .slaughter in the State he practical effect of passage of the measures would be to halt all Tie comrnif.ee added, however, tortar meat provisions within the !. u since there are not now any | state, Ihc lewish Community Relations t p& f rr handling available to he ", k that the Conklin Humane by forbidding shackling and hoistCommittee of Uticn said ha I the .. I V v olk 3 bbaMoirs, other than The same point % %  :;,'";,', Bill. Jew pending in the Ing of meat animal s prior to .laug h^inj^ll-and a companion Calh,eklin B and hoisting, which Naional Council ol Young Isiae, JHMWIIAltTOItlMOH*WRrHOtOOIWHWItlfROHIOfTHi;fOh --' • '•'-' b Wherever the FABULOUS is Familiar The Gran Turismo Hawk BY STUDEBAKER This is luxury with a fiery flair... Now the magnificent new Gtan Turismo Hawk brings to the demanding motorist the far-famed excitement of Europe's advanced Gran Turismo road cars...but uniquely combined with the comforts and power conveniences preferred by discerning Americans. Naturally, there is no other car made in the United States quite like the new Hawk. Nor should there be... so stunning, so special a car is created only for a select group of life-loving people. To such fortunate individuals we can only suggest they see the &>.& new Gran Turismo Hawk at a Studebaker dealer soon. • Full 120" wheelbase; Thunderbolt V-8 OHV engine. • Optional floor-mounted 4-speed gearbox or Automatic Transmission. • Gran Turismo interior; full five-passenger capacity; sports type bucket seats forward; between-seat console, let down arm-rest in rear, optional reclining seats. • Pleated vinyl upholstery, deep pile carpet. • Exquisite detail in all appointments. Suggested retail sales price of $3095; transportation, local taxes, white sidewalls and other optional equipment additional. i : %  %  A note of special interest to many readers: StudebaVee is exceedingly proud of its several years of successful operations in Israel. Assembly •! the '62 Studebaker Lar* fiat recently begun in the large Karter-llin plant In Haifa. H you •re planning a trip to Israel •eon, you are cordially invited to visit these modem facilities at any time during year sta*



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Page 10-A fJenisti flcridian Friday. March 9, 1962 New Hebrew Academy to be Dedicate! Festivity Will Set Stage For Gala Week to Mark School's Near Completion Thirteen months after groundn aking, government officials %  % % %  u i < k, Leonard Roset of the building com 'aid: rhls is our year decisi Phis is the ycai i i %  e ol age and comv %  i h all .'< -. r> n IJ truly b< prou i From li : un%  a ible stafl i Jr h l< arn%  Ma it • irman i I i mmittee i xprcsle tin .<.-.i energy and dedication of the m"n and women a.-sociated with this enormou' project. Those who have made this building possible have beer, inspired with patience and with courage to face seemingly insurmountable obstacles." Humorist Sam Levenson will oe guest artis. al the Hel-ew Academy dinner and oall Sunday evening, Mar. 18. in the Deauviiie hoteL



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Pcge 14-A *Jew/s#> ncridtan Friday, March 9, 1952 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Fascinating Portrait of the Great House of Rothschild THE ROTHSCH'LDS. By Frederic Morton. 205 pp. New York: Atheneum. 55.95. IF ANYONE HAD made them up. they would never be be%  lieved. Bui there they are. larger than life, wealthier %  ..:. k — %  -. at t::;:> • more powerful than nations, a name to conjure* with — Rothschild*.'" They are High Society among the highest societies: they live in palaces and indulge their mos' extravagant whims in incredible splendor: but they are also vehemently and consistently Jewish and for seven generations have ceaselessly championed and guarded the welfare of their people. The saga began in the Frankfurt ghetto in the 1760's, %  May r Amschel Rothschild ran a second-hand st< and dabbled in the sale ot rare coins — to noble collectors. ntually there were small loans, then larger ones. And there were sons, five of them, who spread out to cover Europe: Nathan, founder of the London branch. Sail of Vienna. James (Jacob) of Paris, Amschel of Frankfurt, and Carl iKalmanni of Naples. Sons are the sire qua non of the Rothschild dynasty; by old family tradition, only si :;and the nf ff*n> r 1 t 1 sous jaay bficomoapaclncrs; as a corollary, sons must take Jewish wives, while daughters are permitted to marry out of the :a;th. The demise of the Italian and German houses was due to lack of sons. As an added corollary, ore can note that, out of the 53 marriages in The Family in the past 200 years, half have been between first cousins. The fabulous, famous coups arc recounted by Frederic Mi rton in delightful phraseology, with a flair for the dramatic matched only by that of the Rothschilds themselves London, 1815: the Rothschilds, who ran their own Foreign Nzws Letter By JOS HI'A JUSTMAN Israel Settles Down to New Exchange Race %  ISRAEL IS i to hei : ita ily, it is take time — somi > months %  the ": %  is I the initial thi il:.i di .. ii %  %  .:] :he part oi the .iand variedly oi the coui Irj si conomy. In areas the Governn %  as 1 irci d to .... Sucl as the ease with regard to the thou• : pai rs '.'. ho had taki n dollar. .. d and Govi ins and ave nov been given the opti • ither reel :..•— the morl inthin a month or so at the old i. i of i nvertinj them into loans linked to the iving ;. -; ecial arrai riced out From Hollywood: HERBERT G. LUFT A Rising Sabra Star Hollywood K IRK DOUGLAS, currently before the cameras at MGM, portrays a modern-day Peer (Ant seeking his own identity In a far-away country. "Two Weekin Another Town" gives him enough oi a chance l<> reevaluate his shattered life and to restore himental equilibrium. Based on the compassionate Irwin Shawnovel, with a screen play by Academy Award winner Charles Schnee, this John Houseman production frankly depicts a Hollywood "has-been"—a screen star of yesteryear almost destroyed by matrimonial problems, greed and the constant struggle to survive. The flight takes our hero to the city of Rome and to the setting of antiquity, whose serenity has inspired the creativity of men from many lands throughout the ages, romanticists such as the composer Mendelssohn Bartholdy and the poet Wolfgang Goethe; and the protagonists of World War I's "lost generation," led by Ernest Hemingway. "Two Weeks in Another Town" introduces to American movie-goers a 19-year-old sabra. Dahlia Lavi. in the key role of Veronica, whose understanding helps our hero to regain his self-respect. It was director Vincente Minnelli who brought the young actress to Hollywood for the interiors, after location work on "Two Weeks in Another Town" had been completed in Rome. Dahlia Lavi. though unknown in this country, has already made five motion pictures in France during the past two years—none oi them as yel released at the Wesl Coa Born in Haifa, the daughter of Reuben and Ruth Lavi, Dahlia became interested early in a theatrical career When she was twelve, she went to Sweden to study classical ballet. r-While in Stockholm, she made a couple ol major appearances with the Royal Opera Company. At the age of 16, Miss Lavi relumed to Israel to begin work as a model and a dancer. A short year later, she was seen by a French lilm executive, who invited her to try for a part m one Ev< ning on Ihe Beach" made on location in the Holy Lard with Marline Carol in the starring role. A Ihfl age ol IT. in Fans, she made four more picture for th While in Fans, her agent took Dahlia Lavi to nice fi m director Vincente Minnelli for a | I cho Chi-Chi" in MGM's (still unreleased) remal The Four Horsemen of the Apocalyp h % % %  : %  -. icultu ett %  er lOO.i t : %  Ii r public pressun Ihi loven forced to i h tl he price %  %  : b i %  • ce s* ions %  d ced in the new Ei .. mic pted a liberal apd at alle\ iating I is not ha the burden im• si him bj thi ol ; %  ive to bear. i! er, it i erally n ali that the en nswei o v inch v I -...'the new %  noi plan is whether Governmei w .Ii displ IJ suffn %  t< rminati i in gel in its fundamental asm, I succeed in k both priceand wa es down; her sin will withstand the manifold pressures I pursue the policy oi linking both credits to production. There is little doubt that th road ahead will not an easj one It i.clear that in the held of ind :ry there will be much pressure from -mailer enterthat will find it hard to face thi higher competitive market without subsidies in the form ol exrl pri iniums and high import tariff barriers. There is also bound to be wide pressuree for easy credits, In the field of wage.-, the Government's aim is to keep them at thenpresent level at least for another six month? but this too will require some hard "bargaining" both with labor and industry. The first week of the New Economic Polio did not produce the feared price-jump, except for a few areas, and there was no rush on commodities. Yet. i: is generally realized that the danger is by far not over and that the general calm demonstrated by the public may easily and dangerously be upset. If is all still very much in the balance. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol is optimistic. So is the Governor of the Bank of Israel. David Horowitz, who in a broadcast this weekend reiterated that the success ol the New Economic Flan will depend on the determination with which it will be carried out and the Government's ability to withstand the pressure, chiefly with regard to commodity prices and credits. We asked Mr. Horowitz whether it was true that Israel had not taken advantage of a $25 million loan offer by the International Monetary Fund—a loan usually granted a country devaluating its currency. Mr. Horowitz said it was true. "We did not ask for that loan," he said. "Our reserves in foreign currency are large and sufficient. It is not foreign currency loans that we need at this moment, but an effort of our own." Between You and Me: SCf fast c in ->-'• %  n i ed the nev on: Waterloo to Natha '.ours ahead of an. : .-, \. j played the London market according b Rothschild trick Aix-la-Chapelle, 181' bill the I gress of Vienna met t.ie hoys, working I • .,, r as a] | qui;iy. relcntles^ly-brunchl k ""Tlf*T til rmrCury the point of collapse, and emerged the victorious bankers for the huge French reparations loans. Rothschild money bought the controlling shar the Suez Canal for England, who could nol raise the foui million pounds in time: a Rothschild I ill the firsl road in Europe: Rothschild's floated the loan which enabled Britain to prosecute the Crimi an e di libei breaking the antiwar policy ol the li .. the Czar's anti-Semitic government), ter ir blackballed by an anti-Semitic Vi n< !; tnptl; • si wa disposal rd q ..i I • %  imi • ... •.:in Fam ia imposed a Jews Instant nil}-, althou coalition l i ian credit. -1 >ri %  an t-ai 1 I %  Uistria. w] I h %  Ij on the Is i ia, %  ..rd Mil I co quietly oi till power a • .,, lothschil nterviewed I hoi But the b %  ( er i an be. althj still Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Seng of the Negev -XCITING THING; ... ha; : in the '• [nstitui eh %  >r the Negev. i ,• %  the plants hich 'loos very ,. %  the i ll plant. When I was I uld, we took asl ir oil for everything. There was a itieorj that everything comes "fon mogen," as they said, and it seemthen as noth ter foi ml than castor oil. It tasti awful—and I was thinking maybe this news fro,-: th< Negev was not good. But the Israeli scientisthave something else in mind, i; seems you can make plastics out of the castor oil plant, and out of plastic you can make furniture and gadgets of all descriptions; and you don't have to Swallow the furniture ii okay. The fact is that you can grow mosl anything in the N'egev—wheat and tomatoes and melons and gladiolas. All it wants is water. Just give it water— and the N'egev will sing. We in America love the songs of the pioneer. We still sing "I'm off to California With a Washbowl on My Knee" and "Home on the Range." said to have been FDR's favorite song. In Israel, they like to sing of the Negev wilderness. The great favorite seems to be "B'Arvot Ha-Negev." It tells of a youth who has fallen in the desert outpost. As his mother weeps over her loss, another young man steps forward and bid'the grieving mother take him for her son instead. In the not distant future no doubt. Israelis will make their own "westerns" out of the Negev story. It is the challenge of hostile forces that makes for the thrill of the western. The American pioneer %  BORIS SMOLAR Germany's New Attitude Toward Jewish State JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS in the Uni** ted Slates are perturbed over two developments showing negative trends in We-t Germany. One is the now altitude of the Wesl German Government toward Israel which is considered "unfriendly.'' The second is a report that 38 former members Of the Nazi Party are now serving as West German ambas a-* \l*^*v dor.in various countries, and 20 other officials of the Hitler regime are holding other diplomatic positionabroad. Although the lattei information was made public in detail-—will the aames of the diplomats—by the East German Government, the Wesl German Government has tailed so far to deny it. 1 ether with marked laxity in the execution of the generally, is taken at an indii that • %  i pov • i operating behind the es in the B inn \ to B inn's newstand tow ird Israel il ism that the W t German GOMemment now wants no diplomatic relations wi h Israel, although Ughl such relations a few years ago. But what is worse, however, is the dcicrnunattion by West Germany Fridc %  \ to place obstacles in the path of Israel's admission to or association with the European Common Market. These obstacles, it is understood, are being laid :•' Bonn as a result ot threats by the Arab States which sei ll to intensify their boycott against Israel. It Is worth noting that about 30 percent of Israel's total exports in 1961 wei I to Common Market countries, and that German) Ii ippei to be Israel's No, l customer among these countries, ii and when Britain and other countries of the Europ Free Trade A-ooi.it: ion join the Common Market volume of Israel's export trade with the Common Mark'' lands would jump to about GO percent. Some sort Oi tra arrangement between Israel and the Common JIarket I tl %  IMI to be of vital in p i Ian %  < Israel, many's negative stand on Israel's application b>r ass ation with the Common Market is thus considered as definitely hostile. The feeling among Jewish organizations in the United "ems to I e that now ir I are Hearing th< ir end, the West German Govern' unaccountably expects Israel and .lews in Other lards to write oil' what happened 'u E Jewry under Ihe Nazis. I



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*-age 8-A *Jmisti HcrkUar Friday, March 9, 1962 Crucial Events Behind Statehood Reviewed By LEON J. ELL There are many rumors cir; ..luting these days around the United States de facto recognition of Israel back in 1948. alleging that such and such a politician (r such and such a Zionist leader was solely, responsible — or at least helped get U.S. recognition. These are without basis in fact I believe, would be resented i : rmei President Harr y S. an (lection upon his of action who, durii %  i' lent E<<• '. %  %  %  i I %  ..tenure in the White House. showed .i notable propensity for i 11 ting group pressures. It *ould also be unfair to the late Eddie Jacobson, of Kansas City, President Truman's former business partner and a Truman confidant, who served his country and our people well during a crucial hour in the history c? the creation of the State of srael. I am privileged to have counted myself a dear friend of Mr. Jacobson. My firsthand information indicates the iollowing: In the early part of December. 1948. Eddie Jacobson invited me to a luncheon given in his honor at the Muelbach hotel in Kansas City I came to the luncheon and was seated opposite a setting for the guest speaker. The seat was still unoccupied, and I asked Eddie who would be sitthere facing me. Eddie was under the impression that Federal Judge Evans, whom we both would occupy the seat. Occupied with my filet mignon. w ith my back to the enAt Table: Left ere Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fc obson. Fiiih and sixth from left are Mr. end Mrs. Leon J. E!'. Rirjht are Mr. and Mrs. M.':o Rosenberg, friends of the Jacobsons. and a member of the company comm~n !**d by idenl Truman during Word War 1. Miss Jacobson faces her father. trance. I heard an anno i ci ment: "The President ol the United States." I turned around and saw President Truman and his lie entering the dining room. Truman had come from Washington to pay a surprise visit in honor of Eddie Jacobson. The President was seated at the unoccupied setting facing me. After the luncheon was over. Mr. Truman spoke extemporaneously, dwelling on his "warm and close" friendship with Eddie. and then delved into the matter uppermost in the minds of the men at the luncheon. In his informal talk, the President reported that he had changed his mind about an independent Israel, and that he would henceforth press for a trusteeship for fear that independence might encourage millions of Arabs, especially the Jordan Army, to slaughter the Jews and throw them into the sea. as they had threatened to do. Secondly, he emphasized that Russia was the i %  .;i "f the N< i En and that he was cautious out of a senst of concern fir Russian ag-ion. Mr. Truman then bluntly a'tacked Stali i. I icidentally. the press took his belligerent and critical statements against Stalin %  nit (.: context and spread them throughout the American press, which made world news: For the first time in modern history, the head of a great State unceremoniously and mercilessly attacked the head of another State. It was my impression that Mr. Truman was trying to explain that his change of heart about independence did not stem from his lack of interest or feeling in behalf of Israel, and that it was these fe irs < hi I largely shaped I.. d< The Preside:: c< dd i 11 help but speak ri'-:,t at me. since 1 scaled opp isite him. His remat kmust ha. e r< g sti red deep com rn and in en I on my face p.riiaps i ,r this very reason he subsequently made some personal inqi ine.s about me. The President and his entourage, including Eddie, retired to the Presidential Suite at the Muelbach hotel. Most of the men at the luncheon remained in the dining room talking excitedly about the great honor the President had bestowed on Eddie with his special trip from Washington. About fifteen minutes later. Eddie returned from the Presidential Suite and told rr. -. that Mr. Truman had asked about the man seated opposite mm. The President wants you to come up to his suite," he said •;;•. jnts to ask you some question Minutes later, we were introduced. Mr. Truman pointed in the direction ol a divan. .{,; sal down at the o hn end, i i n> n.hi leg folded under hi'-: in a cot.'iK.nab.e. and informs i >si%  The Pr< side I pMed m .win cu tiers on the mititar co11 mic .i I agricali iral %  .-. 0 I :!..: % %  ir Israel, pan ng ii %  il %  % %  .-i • • ale ol i pa To m; (d ;e, his • ., I. v : ilj i :r inic: view i I ai tl i i v i • % % %  %  | J] m '' %  '-'' : %  oi en%  : MO"> We %  I b a d : %  the -iith i.i •" %  : : %  :• ly red, i I.V.I. les ctI. ily ui 1.1 I ei aus i %  iu i go ih the Gr< at( r M ami :-n Fe l< t il .ii. i 1 legal %  n the 4th i i Jar.uarx. I left th. Mm Ibi hotel lun ed o my suite ;.; the Apartment hotel en the I iza in Kansas City. Within mm.. %  I I ol :in urgent telephone ca.i from an a'torney by the name ot Harry Shishkin, a past president il (he Zionist Organisation oi Kansas City, importuning me to attend a dinner meeting that evening .liven in honor of Lou Siegal, .i laboc member of the Jewish Agency. Siegal specifically urged mat I come to the dinner because he wan'ed to hear what had passed between Mr Truman and me. I reluctantly agreed to attend the dinner and give an uccounling of our conversation — plus my im pressions of my recent visit to Israel. NEXT WEEK: The Truman Vie.v Reconsidered. %  x--'-..:;::\; *:*&&*>.>5£j Day School Support Urged By Special Report NEW YORK—The National Coun... for Jewish Education, at a of its executive board r Ived to call upon Fed• ations and Welfare Funds roughout the country to extend ancial support to Jewish All-Day lOols, it was announced by Dr. seph Diamond, president of the Council. "This aid should be extended ough the central Bureau of Jewish Education in communities where central agencies exist, and where no such agency exists, directly through the Federation and Welfare Funds."' the resolution decares. The National Council for Jewish Education, forthermore, called upon Bureaus of Jewish Education eery v. here "to foster and encoura i the growth and deelopment of Jewish All Day Schools in their respective communities, and to make available to the day schools professional guidance and financial, moral and educational asance as are usually offered by them to other types or systems of Jewish education." AIR ITfAMSHlP MOTCl \ GUS JTySHAW SHAW IKAVll SERVICE Inc. 149 N.I. 1st St., Miami, FB 4-26CW Announcement to CUSTOMERS OF THE PAN AMERICAN BANK In the interest of providing better service to you, our Installment Loan Department is now located in our main floor lobby. • Home Improvement Loans • Personal Loans • Automobile Loans John Peacock, Vice President Installment Loan Department Pan American Bank of Miami 250 S.E. 1st Street Phone: FR 4-7211 Se habla espanol Member: Federal Reierve System • Feder*! Deposit Intunnce Corporation "Wfelcome to London!" 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Friday, March 9. 1962 +Jewish flcrMfan Paqe 5-A Mindlin Wins Jewish Culture Foundation Award I! %  ConthHMd from Page 1-A c i S ( 1,1 1P5D ;o assist in enriching [I, ctivitiei '' %  exi ilii nati< nal j, • %  off i i agencies and to : i ims 'n the field vl -', puj %  ideavor, g • %  %  I Bn< nl a' i en %  • im I i% %  -i v il • in .'•.-.. t J ". i i ;i er and Dnro". Yicl • I m %  t; : %  : %  %  %  -,,j ... ; \C'". I "" lo i %  ,• P r< i•• a I 29 V i on J ; h • %  I I %  •' % % %  '. \ i ities %  i \V.. S:ai8 Mar> :.:• : New %  '" %  IT Social R < Columbia. Y • %  ;•• %  %  Pi in ... N v rk B an i* s, Cal i at Los \\ geles, w, %  ; i i. nth rn %  a!iforn : a, B to: e, Pittsh --'v ai d Hunt e r ( %  r F-td K. S^o''" 1 ^*. ovbl'sher of Th Je-" ; sh F -ridian th ; s we:k arktow'edgod "th he nor *c c ted Leo Mindlin and The J, ,. h FlorieUar as ev-d?t e >>* tie growing distinction which Mi English Jewish prers is bei accorded by the communities *'>:•/ ie ol Ji sh F K! er; : \ throughout the United S a • and Ca a. a. Curre tlj. I e a < hail i i i I the I card • •• o Li n !: ispital. J.^MEf C. MYtffS ihel im ccd di I tils of it c t'on 'in e n d e t .• %  '• hor, T Dr. Ju lah I h etai %  of the National ation for vish i 'ulti re, \ ill ....! r sean h on tbe Nazi era. here to make the presei ias traveled .id< Ij thi the M pir %  JD( a Di apiro a ci pted an in\ ital i< el op th Itural program of h • Gern ti y it;> 1 fell i rui': m ol %  i h ols, 1 l! ii': • M. iiiDM SHAPIRO Dr. ...J is forma i i or %  I !'•• B'nai "ound .-as dii ctor ol .'!'. '. with i %  in rom I • 18 ti at Jewish comion aft.' r th.Joan Fie I %  '., irrterniHer.ilIyrenowned violin virtuoso r si fo -i 'igun Pram SI cm Sui*, by F. r n e %  t Ble-ch. Miss Field '- a T>l*funken reecrding artist, whtse reterf recorded ;:-;*orrp-es W'lh Some of Europe's leading symphony orches'ra-> Inclt'de ti- wor'/s of Mozart, Beet '.\ oven, Dvorak, Spohr, ar.d Bruch. Annually, sne scores triumphs en her European concert circuit. Invitations to 1 lie event have already boen issued to leaders of the Greater Miami communit) in the educational, civic, cultural, philanthropic, roll jious, weltare. and related fields. Arthur S. Ft" i ban, xecutive ol the G r eat< r Miami i ish Fc Ii ra on, w II rent esent iniz tion .it the award ceremonies. Federation is the central n i and community-p! ni:'_ agenc) of the Jewish community hen Mindlin is :i former member of the English faculty at the U liver%  of Miami. He lecture s w idely here on a variety of politic il, social, and cultural subjects. M inj %  if hicolumns have beer reprouced nal r.ally. f' is a if the Floi Ida region of the A ti iel at in League IB'n Florida board of the Am< r Friends ol the Hebrew Universit} LAND THE STARTING PLACE Community growth starts with land development. Raw land is cleared and graded, sidewalks and utilities installed, lots platted for home building. To accomplish this requires large sums of money. Confident of Florida's future growth and seeing the need for new communities, WASHINGTON FEDERAL now makes funds available for Land Development Loans. These well secured loans earn dividends for our savers and permit development of idle land for the new communities that will be occupied by Florida's continually growing population. WASHINGTON FEDERAL also has funds available for economical first mortgage home loans to builders and individuals. out ': %  iro] e N %  h *fri< i, ani am ha? vi I i %  .. atedly i ,-,., ,'.%  G pter of Myers %  ; l1 -' rlli "•'' n:i1 Dr. Shapiro Due to Address Community Executives Next Week HINGTON SAVINGS and 104N ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI IEACH : 14 A %  %  • -' '. All Offices: JEfltxon e-8:52 In ttztiiri CtJilf llll i -!CI — Jivckjon 4-4C77 JACK D CORCON -.-_'.-—0.e ARlHliB H COUtS-ION JOAN FIELD Dr .' • i. I Mom '.: %  ; %  on "1 e Ji ity Profession) %  i • luring %  oi i iinit> On Tues lay, Dr S tapiro w ill adi:i eeti i the Greater Miami Jewish Federation board of governors at T <• m p I e Israel on "Agenda for a Maturing J i !| Community in the Sixties." He will also confer while in Miami with Harold Thurman. a Federation vice president, and member of the Large City Budgeting Conference, and Stanley C. Myers, Federation executive committee member, and board member of the National Foundation for Jew, isl. Culture. L'CHAYIM to the American quality of greatness! HJprexsJX PHONE IN YOUR O".otri', FR 4-2710 PR 4-8783 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD We Peek em Mto Here! | Op— Polly i See, t A.M. 1 0 P .M. Commodore Uriah P. Levy' Famed naval hero of the War of 1812, Levy served his country with great distinction from the Revolution to the end in i 1862. His quality of greatness is seen in the law he fathered— the abolishment of flogging in the Navy. He bought Monticello. Thomas Jefferson's home, had lt\ repaired and gave it to the government. The first permanent Jewish Chapel in the Navy, dedicated in 1959 in Norfolk, Va.. was named in his memory. LORD CALVhRT -The UChayim Whiskey LPKD CALVE itr Truly the American Whiskey of Distinction— Uncomp)m!oi n g people make Lord CalverU ling people enjoy K. M i5> mm WTAI vunt • MWR.MlttUtM CWhW, mt. a.T.t N MOOT XX CTWIttlT MMUtl S MM



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Friday. March 9. 1962 *Jc nisti flwidlraw Page 7-A 3 1331311 voi n*iy >m u Eternal Life The Lord Has Planted in Our Midst'' — Hebrew J'r,/jtfi?>; jfi J.rVJF. •-^E rtcrnlty hovers over the Land of Israel. Cradle of civilization and of the Jewish people, it has outlasted the ravages of time. It is a reality which history has confirmed—whoever has linked his name with the Land of Israel treads the road to immortality. Today the Jewish people once again is converging on the Land of their Fathers. After two thousand years, Israel has been resurrected—the veritable symbol of immortality. The Jewish National Fund, by reclaiming the soil of Israel from the neglect and ruin of ages, thereby restoring it to its ancient fertility, is helping to forge the golden chain of Jewish continuity across the chasm of millennia. The trusted instrument of the Jewish people for the redemption and recreation of the Jewish soil, it binds the past to the present and both to the future. It is the guarantor of immortality. If you will it, you can have a share in immortality. You can choose the means of having your name live forever. For further Information ', write or phone* THE FOUNDATION FOR THE JEWISH N AT IONAL FUND Acquire An F.verlasting Link with the Land of Israel Now— In Your Own Lifetime Establish a Project in Israel in Your Name, Through a Bequest in Your Will or the Assignment of Insurance. THf FOUNDATION FOR THI JIWISH NATIONAL FUND 420 Lincoln Road, Room 390 Miami Beach 39, Fla. Deor Sirs: 1 om infereslecf "n ob'o tnlng rrcre ir.fei motion : how Co;: c >'cLih a F c rsonol link with tht land of Uroel Pleoje rric \ ode 1 • tal data to AnrcF<<; -rsF TATF. i


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fHday March 9. 1962 'Jenistiflorkliiain Page 13-B As a gi^ 'O s^o.cribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking 3 corsage to each mother oi a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You,'' P.O. Box 2973, Miarri 1, Fia., one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstofte r*T&v on ihe Student Council. He planto continue in the Temple's confirmation ( His parents will tender the Kiddush. E. Alan Hirsch Bar Mh/v ah oi E. Alan, son of Mr. and Mi s. Martin Hirsch, will be observed Saturday morning, Mar. in. ,,i Coral Way Jewish Cenler, with Rabbi Samuel April officiating Alan is a seventh grade student it West Miami Junior High and the Temple's religious school. A reception in his honor will be held al the Temple Saturday evening. Melvin Rosenfefd Neal farr Neal Farr Neal, son of Mr and Mrs. William Farr. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Mar. 10. at Temple Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Madeline Laskoe .\;.ni( line Sandra, daughter of iBernice Laskoe, will become aMr,/', ah on Saturday morning, a 10 at Beth David. Rabbi ormai N. Shapiro will officiate. Tin celebrant is in the eighth The celebrant is an eighth grade ali ,.: Ada Merritt Junior High, student at Ida M. Fisher Junior udies piano, and is interested in High, where he is a member of the -tronomy, swimming and horses, concert band and Future Teachers Kidoush in her honor Will follow'Of America. His extra curricula < i • Fr C P *• ti \ Sandra Goldstein •II.. Cecelia.-daughter ot Mr. M Samuel Goldstein. 4101 6th will be Bas Mitzvah evening, Mar. 9. at Flagler lai Jewish Center. nor roll student at Kinloch J nior High, Sandra is a senbrew school and active m Yi Judea program at the ir A voice student of Mrs ilarkarian, the celebrant sung lor many local organizaand will lead the cantonal il the Friday evening serShabbal in her honor will the conclusion of the Ronald Lewis I .M Alfred Waxman will offi• Bar Mitzvah of Ronald, i Ir. and Mrs. \\ alter l.> n ni Mr. and Mrs. Irvmm, on Satin ly, Mar. in at Temple Zion, is a stud ,; E\ erglades School and will conactivities include golf and sailing. Neal is also an active Boy Scout. Dr. Lehrman will present him with the Scout's Ner Tamid religious award. The Kiddush following services and a reception that evening in Sandra Cc'.ds'.e'ui Madeline ICS.'.OD II.home will be in his honor. Rcbin Corenblum Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate al the Bas Mitzvah ot Robin Corenblum during services Saturday morning. Mar. 10, at Temple Judea. Robin is a seventh grade student at Palmetto Junior High, and her hobby is cooking and baking. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Corenblum. of 12240 Vista la., will host the Kiddush in their daughter's honor. Kenneth Kempler Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kempler, 4636 SW 13th lir., and grandson of Mrs. George i:!aker, of Camden, N J., will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Mar. 10. at Israelite Center, with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating. The Bar Mitzvah Is a student at Ponce de Leon Junior High and the' : Center's religious school. His parents will host Ihe Kiddush and Oneg Shabbat in his honor. UM Senior Wins Top Award A Universi'.j of Miami senior Kappa Phi. national academic so< i i 1 J t tender the Shalos 6 in ;.ihonor. from Miami Beach has been named the first CM recipient of the $500 Haskms and Sells Foundation Award for scholastic excellence in accounting Mar-hall Sapersfein. sun of Mr. and Mr-. Da I Saperstein, of 934 Michigan ave., received Ihe award durum initiation ceremonies Fri,! %  • at S!;>v,ivmotel for memi ers ol Beta Alpha Psi, national terniiy. Kenneth D. Walker. CPA. represented the Foundation and was principal speaker. President t I the recently •cd Miami chapter ol Beta Alpha C'ety; and Phi Eta Sigma, freshman academic honorary. He is pi st president of Beta Beta Mu, finance honorary, associate governor of the Student Union Board. and a member of the School of Business A Iminlstration Ad Council. Noted Scientist Reads Paper A Miami Senior High School graduate, today a distinguished physician, gave a technical paper at th;' 16th annual symposium on fundamental cancer research in Houston. Tex., recently. He is Dr. Sidney Grossberg, assistant profc;.soi\pjL,oiiwbuiii*iiy at the University Of Minnesota. Dr. Grossberg discussed the effect of [nterferon on viruses in cell cancers before some 800 scientists gathered at the symposium in the Shamrock Hilton in Houston. The 32-year-old professor is the son ol .Mrs. Anita Grossberg, ol (ill) S'.V 9th av.'.. Miami He holds h.s MD degre< irom Emory, His home .Minneapolis Hoberman Seeks Second Yerm Louis Hobi rman has announced his candi ia< j t o r reeh etion to Surl •: !e i 'oun< il, 'l he election will II I Vlai 20 Hoberman, a resident of Greater Miami since 1945, was nominated in 1959 and 1S60 lor "Dade County Outstanding Citizen Award." and in ; he ..chosen for Ihe annual award given by the Miami Beach Democratic club for "Outstanding Civic Duly." He is president of Ihe Surfsidc .Music Society and a director and past vice president of the Miami Beach Music and Arts League. He is a member of the Ner Tamid Temple advisory board and has served as presi:!en( of the Dade chapter. American Jewish Congress; chancelor commander, George Gershwin Lodge. Knights of Pythias; and vice president, Surfside Civic Assn. He was a member of the Surfside advertising committee, and is presently liaison officer of the Surfside Planning and Zoning Board. He also served for two years on the board of governors of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Hoberman studied at the Universities of Vermont and Wesleyn. and haserved with the Connecticut National Guard anJ the ROTC. He is in the hotel supply business and resides with his wife, Estelle, and do ii'.'her Barbara, at 9065 Carlyle ave. During his term in ol!ice. Hoberman sayhis record shows he has "supported tl be rinnins cl construct! n : the new Civic Center at tl I3i DM. SiDNti GROSSBERG Detroit Social Club ,; Club of Gn lid a Purim party on 1 uesd. > at the Algic rs hotel. in-:;,:: iiion oi new officers for .. v. i; take place Program will tun Joseph Malek, attorney and I : uter, who will offer a Up oi mu -leal selections, Btl 1 !. i;a and Meyer Eisenberg, noted ctors, iii Yiddish skit-. CcSebrsty Series Spates Program The University of Miami Musical Comedy Singers will present the final program for children and their parents in the Sunday Celebrity Series sponsored by the Miami YMHA Branch, to be held this coming Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. This branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is located at 450 SW 16th ave. Under the direction of Ladislao Vaida, the .iroup will sing and act out selections from a Broadway musical show. A'mission is open to the public at Inrge. FORT PIERCE, FLA. "EXCFLIENT" 2 ACRES 4 LOT CORNERS IN DIRECT PATH OF GROWTH CASH PRICE $4,500 owner 6370 N.W. 40th ST. '.' im Springs, Fla. T'J R-7691 SiSvermans Will Host Party Here Mr. and M Sol (Mol ie man will be ho.-ts in hoi' Huh v %  ni ivei sai) al I i< i: mthly partj given !>> li. Jewish Home lor the Aged, al Douglas ti the Temples confirmation ^ sa pe r" t ein graduated from Mi-; Garden on £ i .v. 2 p.m. t Sanford Sokolow Temple /-ion will be the site ot I Bar Mitzvah of Sanford, son <: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Sokoami Beach Senior Huh and expects to receive his degree at UM in June. A dean's lis student holding an Honors Key, he is a member oi Omicron Delia Kappa, national leadership honorary for men; Delia Sigma Pi, professional business fraternity ; !'• e t a Gamma Sigma, academic business honorary; Phi MISS MARCIA COHEN Marcia Becomes Sweet Sixteen Marcia S. Cohen was feted on her sweel sixteenth birthday at the Carillon hotel last Saturday evening by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cohen, of 200 Uorth Shore dr. Mr. Cohen is resident manager of the Carillon. Among 100 guests were Marcia's grandparents, Harry Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schechter, ( I Miami Beach. A member of Temple Emanu-EI and secretarv of the junior cla-s, Marcia also belongs to the Beta Honorary Club of Miami Beach High School. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, presided oi the Auxiliary, will welcome all gue Is Mr aI Mr-. Jacob Rabinowitz, who recently celebrated their :.,.i(ieii anniversary, will also be %  ed by Judge Irving Cypen, president of the Home. Purim presentation of songs has been arranged by Mi'LourMakov.-kv. program coordinator, with Irving Pietrack and his orchestra a..d Joseph C.alane. soloist. MR. AMD MRS. SOI S.'lVfRMAN A 1 houg silent, tl ite memorials i powerful message '••' those passing bj. The family monument is more than a piece of stone •,!..,•. ;pi lished and carved. It is A svninol of family si ibilitv and an indication ot solidarity of tlie family even bevond death. We will assist you in choosing the monument for your family. We take pride in helping t a m ilies bot li preneed and at-nced to choose a memorial that they will be proud of. lust call or come by today. REMEMBER OLR MOTTO. "WE EXIST To SERVE YOU." PROFESSIONAL MAN 32. with ser:s.us intentions, seeking ... nit Irivolouti airl, ag; 2030 wi*h s'rnllar intention*. Phot-> n-Guesleti irotu'nabie.) Box 1501, ..n: P.O., '.'..:. v. ill. F0.H LEASS-9C0 ACRES IN PALM BEACH COUNTY RamU Large Dee)i Sugar Rois : ng, Crai'.rrj. or small tracts. No Roals. nuefc. S6 per acre per year. FR 3-3013 Hslp Wanted—Female SECRETARY STEN0 Community 0r^-n'.a ; ion in North HVami Office. 5-Day Week, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave. Write Resume to Executive Director 450 SW, 16th Ave., Miami WIDOW DESIRES ROOM AND BOARD Congenial Home with Understanding OX 1-42-12 Caribbean Marble Co. Inc. 7232 S.W. 42 St. Phon: MO 1-4055 P.O. 3ox 7207, Luillom Branch We Ci'ean MONIIVfNTS, Call For ffr'E ESTIMATES. 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Friday. March 9. 1962 •, towisti Her id/fan Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE i &f I N in %  .11 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW nTl.i: is HEREBY niVKN thai : %  ni d, desiring to • ngage lalni under th flcl :i lou* nami SALON I '" Alt'l'isri : .it :•!:'.'• HardVvenue, Rurfside, Miami Beach iter said an mi with i Merit of the Clre ill i oui i ol i, County, Florida. -Ill OK LINCOLN ROAD, INC. A Fin, Corp. II ii-lfi-23-30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 18C8 i i |.i:i:.\l, N VTiONAL MOIITOAOE -si 'i 'i \TH 'N, n corporate n nanlsed under and i • Istlng h> Hue of ih. laws •'f iIn.>' ,.f Vmerica, rl.. Intlff, vs. j;i IHRRT M. WINN .1T tee In Llaiiki uptcy, etc., el al. I i. f. ndants. NOTICE OF SUIT ., Robert II Winn. as Trustee i' ilnnkruptcy for Southern Mortgage 1 -., Inc., a Florida r n ilnn ]„ %  :'{ Tower Building, M".-, K Street, Washington, D.C. Robert M Powers, ST., and chrladne Powers, his wife, If alive or if ,1,:,,!. (ii.iiunknown helra, devisees, legatees, grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors, trustees and all par'len having or claiming i" havi .my right, title or Interest In the property herein described Residence Unknown p.. .I,I-I t 1.. Vollmer and Octavla 8 Vollmer, his wife %  ; • •; \ lers Mill Road, Rock\ llle, Mars land \..u are hereby notlfl LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVLNTH juO C ~ v,.rt.UI. v. r FLOHDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No b2C 1569 All 1,1 \M R. I 11 IRSKT I'. Plain Ifi, ANN \ Ri 'ITH I H IRSETT, i '. II .Mill. SUIT FOR DIVORCE r IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 53941 -C IN RK: Ki %  ..%  • ETHEL I.ITV 1... NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn Ml Credit. ml All Persons Hat "-r aims 01 1 lemands Agalnal Said LEGAL NOTICE 'i ,1 • renotlfled nnd .... rri nny claims anil de,"!>. Anna RouUbDorsetL-are n -• whkh yu may have agnlnst 11 -..•• I'HFU. I.l TV ,1, ised by ^• %  i n I11 hei n filed .1 %  1 .-,"; t. ,1 I I II iyni our \nw< %  1 r 1 % %  n % % %  -: to thi C.mioil th, I'.aiml.i K nl • •: :i y. J I 'a\ al I ; I111 2 S.E. I r. %  A.. Mian I :. %  ids nnd 11 %  thi i> -I 1 Vnsw r 1 : Pi. ad nIn thi ih.Clerk of the circuit Court ,•!! %  •:• %  the "'Hi ,,.:. If j 011 fail lo do so, .i idgn enl li fault w III 1 • t.iken ..• %  .• m t \ • -i 1 I %  i >. • II 1 d, 11 .i, 1 n tl.e 0 Compla [1 IHI.NK \xn 1 lui •1:1:1:11 M Miami. Florida, :lii13th daj of February, Al' 1 II t-aptioned action ha th< that the bi t-n In.tittitcd against you In the Clrctill 1 rt of the Judicial Circuit "t FI01 H 11 nnd for 1 iade Counts '" forelime .1 mortgage upon the following Ihed n ai properlj : l..,i 1 Ulock I HOMESTE \l> LAKE I %  \ UK H IMEH. according '•> the Ihi n "f. 1 ecordi .1 In Plal Rook page .'. of the I'ulilli Rei 1 1 .l~ Dndi 1 ~• • 11 %  > 1 >. I'l.'i Ida > are roqulri >1 i" file > our an wt-r in plaintiffx I'omplalni with Ihi k of r .-.•.. %  mild "mil t. and 1 opj thei • of tt| plaintiff's Hi nrj II. Vrrii n, l":.l 11 .1 Vvenue, Mil n not i.it. r than Mar. li 26, ., 11, n pro Confi --.. ill I • ,-d auainsl >..". 1 •..:. .1 February 21, 1962. 1: B. LEATHERM \N del K ..f tip "li cull '""i 1 RS K M LI MAN Peputy Clerk IIKNRY ARRINOTON nrncj for Plaintiff I N \\ Third Ai cnue M lami % %  1lorida I 13, ', 1-9-1"'. 1:. It. .1 \ 11, 1: MAN. I'll i • lit 1% in, 1 .in, '.I HI %  >. Fli 1 seal) lij K. M. I.VMAN p. |>ntj 1 lerk 1 DAVlIi IK I:\1A. N 2 S.E. FiiM Ai • nue Mian 1. Fl • ..,, Attorney r. r Plaintiff 2 '18-23. 2 '.• of PAPE County, Florida, I" %  Count; ; dges of I >ail< '' mntj. • I.' -II .1. ill 111. ii offlCI K 11 I lie Co Co irthouse In I iade Coumy, I w i-.iiin >i.\ calendar ... 11 ii• • %  date ..f Ihi fli -1 lion h< if, or t :> sa >\ ill IN lint-red. JOHN l.t'TY, Executor of the Fstati of ETHEL LL'TT, I >. i-.,l. \ 1.1 i:r:i > KRKISl.ER \tor • s foi Executor ... Mnsle; B'tlt: Miami 32, I lm 1 n 2'23, 3 2 1-J6 IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2121 PARTERET SAVIN.;s AND LOAN ASSl il'IA'I'll IN, •laintiif. Fli r,-nNOTICF BY PUBLICAriON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1725 JOSE III :N li' 1 OALERA Plaintiff, AKSENI \ FIPKIJNA li.M.KKA 11. 1. n.l.int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T" VRSBN1A FIPKI.1NA OALERA Santa Bmllla 29 Bauta, Habaiia. Cul.a Yi.ii are hereby notified that a Bin of Complaint for Dlvorci h heen filed nualnst you, ami you te required to serve a c..|.> of y,.nr Answer or Pleading t" the Bill of Complain! on the plaintiff's Attorney, Manuel Zalac, 1408 Congress ltullding, Miami, Motida. and file Ihe original vwer .'i Pleading In the office ..f tli. 1-.rk of the Circuit Court on or before the 26th day of March, IMS. li you fall to do so, judgment by detault :ii hitaken against you for thi 1. Ii< r demanded In the Bill "i • 'omplalnt. This notice srall t"published once each week for four consecul v. u.. (8 111 Till: JEWISH Kl .ol! I PI AN. PONE AND ORDKRKH at Miami. 11 a, this 16th day .,1 February, A 11 1862. 1: R 1.1: VTIIKKMAN. Clerk, Circuit 1 '..in t. Dade Counts. Floi Ida 1 seal) 1 %  M t'AV \\. VRIS Peputs Clerk M \NII:I. /. \i \.108 Col Bldg. Miami 1 11 Ida Plaintifl .' 28, 3 2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE. No. 55195-C IN RE: Estate of ABRAHAM ENTIN I'.. eased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Againsi S i :--.i'. Y..11. nnd %  1 ii of >..ii ari notlfli r either of > o'l. may hn\i agall stati nl VIIRAH VM ENTIS ... 1 in. 1,1 .,..,-. cunty, New V01I h tin. Houoraldi .1 nil 1 Cou same I %  the Cunt HUM I lad. \ eali 11 dull 1 ll first llratl.ll Said rliiu • %  p|:al address 1,1 ... torn I esi't 1 1 sal .• il li s,-. 1 IN \, t. Hated Fel.rnai! 6. A.D. 1 PANIEL ENTIN \Alielila K tor of thi H I anil 1. Stan • ul VliRAHAM ENTIN, I'....1-. tl. K IVNER A\\ VNNHEIMER t "11 Lincoln 1: Miami i'..1. 1 Florida Aaorneys t.iAmlllai % Exi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2037 Wll.l.l \M 1 KHERtiALIS, Plaintiff, \ s. (1ERTRCPE SHERUAIJS, I "ii. mi-ant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO:Oertrude Shergalis 219 K. Chestnut St., Apt. 1201 Chicago, Illinois. You. Oertrude Shergalis, are Inn bj notified that a BIU of Compla nl for PiM.i.ihas been llled .o-am-i you. and yoi an required to servi B copy "f yo-jr Answer or Pleadlns 10 thi BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, Owen S, Freed, Esq., Room -116. 2.'..". I'nrverslty Drive, Coral Oahlcs, llorida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the offlci 1 f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd das of April. 1962. you tail to do s... Judgment by di ri i ll be taki 1 against you f"i :l" relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for foul consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PO.NI-: \NP OP.PERRn al Miami, Florida, this 26th day "f February, A. P. 1962. K H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I iade 1 "ottnts • >• (seal) Bj IS Pel'lETRO i %%  |...i! -. 1 'lerk 1 i\\ EN P. IHKKP. ESQ. 2.. 1 ni\. rsl > 1 'rive Coral tlablen, Fli \ttorm y for Plaintiff RONALD I-:. GARDNER and AVIS .I. iARPNER, Ins wife, el al, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT T. Robi rl 1 1 Winn, as Trustee In Bankruptcy for Mason Mortgage \Ins .-sun. nt Corp. lOSlTower Building I in:, K s i,-i 1, N.W. w nshinston, P."'. Y...1 at, hei. bj nol ltd 1 thai thi ihovi capl Inni .1 action has been Inil ited ... -1 you in the 1 "Ircull ... 1 of 1 lii Judlclul Circuit of Florida in nnd fo 1 iade 1 'oitni v t.. fore. ., ., in• 11 Ihe follow in^ li .-,-ill.e.l I'. 1 npi rl> : '. 1RRE1 "I'l'.l I PL \T 11F I.!.. 11 is %  'A III >L CITY, .1. ,1 plal thel eof, %  cord .1 in Pint II ml 61 nt Page "ol In 1 %  .. i : 01-ds ..1 I'.ii. County, tosi thi r .' .li Hotpoinl 1 %  utoi '' \ I".'. You 11. reii Ired to file your ai • .In 1 %  v .th the Cletk il %  nforesi III I rt, and ., ,-ve 1 lereol ii|...11 plaintiff Home} M \RTIN !• INK, 1 1th Floor I ide 1 di nl Building, Ml 1 1 32, I lo d.t nl 'al r than April 2. • ., iK-eree 1' Collfesso \\ ill I"nt. 1ninsl > ..11 1 iati il: Ki bruai \ 2T. I62, E. B LEATHERMAN erk of I hi 1 "li cult Court 11} K M I.VMAN. I ., |Mll> "'!• I 1. M \KTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff nth Floor Pade Federal Building < Miami : %  .'-'. Fl irlda 3 2-9-16-23 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ':i\ EN thai ih, undei signed, desiring to ngagi u t i.i-iii. uniler the fli'tltfous name of THE SI'MMII' ..: 1919 Collins Avenue, Miami B. oh. Kloi Ida Intend lo 1 egIstei said name uitli the Clerk of the Circuit n-l .'i i '...I. ...inn Floi Ida. flll.BERT SENS M.AN "'. SENS IIIWIN BAKER IRONtlVITZ, SILVER & HCHER Attoi-n.-y .foi The Summit iin7 Alnsley Building .Miami. Florida IN THE COUNTY .UDGES COURT IN AND FOR TADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. N PROBATE. No '4809-C IN RE: Bstati JOSEPH WKr.'STKIN, I .%  ; .-— I. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereto; given that I have filed my Final Report ami Petition for Distribution and Klnal Plsehsrir. as Executrix of the .state of JOJ-'EPIl WEINSTE1N, deceased: and thai mi the 12th day uf March, 1962, will apply to the Honorabli County Judges of Pad.County. Florida, for approval ..f said Kinal Report and foi distribution and final discharge as Executrix of the estate ..f the above-named decedent. This I'tii day ..f February, 1962. %  MARGARET FINE As Executrix of the Estate, of Joseph \Y> instein. Deceased. MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys 1150 S.W. 1st Street Miami. Elorldn 2 16 2 '.. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJtnisti florictfoiil solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yomr patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mai Fit 3-1605 tor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54919-C IN RE: Estati ol ALFRED PIX" IN I" • %  ..sell. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All v. d lora and All I'ei ms Having I'niiiis 01Demands I iW Estate: You are hereby antlfled and reiiuired to present any olalms and demands uhieh vo.t iimv havi ihe estate of AI.KKKP DIXON de. used late ..f l >ade Cou ly. 1 lorida, to tin Count) Judges ..f la.1. .'ountj and file the same In .1 e and ai provided In Section 733.16, 1 lot-i.la Statutes, in th.ir offices In th. t'ount) Courthoiibo In Dadi County, Florida, within sis eal. n at 1 ihs from the 1 1 the first publli atlon hereof, or tingame ill be barre I. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th IJ of February, A i>. i^t>-. %  MA It; IK D1XO.N \ Administratrix .1 N MtlRRIH hi f..r Administratrix 'l-l In;•:•..!,..'ii Bldl %  2 93, 3 9 16 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW SOI .HEREBY GIVEN thai in %  %  • %  I' 1 i. in, dor the '""' f REAL-AR r STUDIOS al 2211 N.W. I-!.. I Miami, Pis Intends to regisiet name with thi 1 '! %  : i< of Id thi %  .. 'oi. t ..;' 1 'ade • 'ountj. .1 I 11 RE All'l S, INC. 1.1 l"lu. Crp 1 Sole 11\\ ner 1 -1:11: • I'KI.M \N. ALBERT Applicant rt iSt. 3 '-' • • IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 67C 2120 .1 I KIM.AK MuK 1 "I U!E .'. IRI1 lltATION '1 I 1.' 'R1DA, Plaintiff, :c< .if : 1 .~W s. ii' BERT and U IRV 11 SCHl'BERT, li wife, I i.teiiilan:-. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti i: (leorgi vV Schul t and Mm j I' Schul ert, his 11 %  9 Hamilton \v nui 1 %  : 1 sh.11 cli. I '.mi > Ivanla > u hereb} mil Ifli %  • thai ,,i, IVI ... pi uni .1 .. lion has hei 1 againsi you In thi 1 1 the Judli lal 1 'ii cull of K Ida HI and foi 1 •: Count} to close a 111. .1 mat. upon Ihi il, m 1 [bed real propi rt} 1 Lot 3 P.lo. h "6 St iRWO" >P I'llI'll ADDITION SECTION TWO, cording to the Plat th of, n e,l in Plal Book 65 al Page 109 ol thi Public P. us ..f Dade I Florida. You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complain) th Ihi %  lerk of the a foi • lid Court, serve a copy thereof upon plal attorney, MARTIN FINK, Hth Kl 1 iade 1 .li ral Building, M I Klo Ida not Iati r than Vpi il :'. Is62 1 r .1 Decree Pro Confesso "ill be entered againsi you* Pate.I: Fi bruary :'T. 1962 E. R LEATHERMAN Clerk of tinCircuit "o rl (seal) It} : K. M. LYMAN, I leputy I "I, I 1, MARTIN FJNE Attoi ney for Plaintiff 14th Floor Part* Federal Bnl Miami 32, Floi Ida 3, i :.-li-:':: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1535 THE WILL1AM8BCROH SAVIN" IS BANK, Plaintiff vs. JOHN ARTHl'R ZACCO and ROBERTA 'I. ZACCO, his wife, it al, Defi 11.lan's NOTICE OF SU!T TO. JOHN ARTHl'R ZACCO and ROBERTA Q. ZACCO, his wife :':;:'.i Brown Avenue Memphis, Tenne You are hereby notified thai thi above cnptloned notion has been instituted against you In the Circuit Courl of the Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Dade County to forerlosi a mortgage upon the following .1, scribed t"..l propi rty: I...t .; Block 13 FINE TKKK MANOR, SECTION THREE, according to the Plal tiiei-.of. recorded in Plat Book 'I" al Page :'T "f the Public Records of Pade County. Florida, together with FYlgldalre Washer, WC1-SS an,1 FYlgldalre Refrigerator FI-122-"S Yon are required t" file your answer to plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk of thi aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney, MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor Dade Federal Building, Miami "". Floi Ida, nol Iati r than March 19, 1962, %  • : Pecree Pro Confesso ill be en. .1 aga Insl > ..11. I lated: 1 ehruary 12, 1962. 1: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk. 1 ii • ill 1 "oui t. I 'adi 1 "ounty, Floi Ida i:> : M CAVALARIS i 'eput.i 1 "li 1 k MARTIN FINE j foi Plaintiff |(1| II... I 1 .. Fi il. 1 al Building Miami % %  !. Florida 1/16-23, 3 2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY |M CHANCERY. No. 62C 1498 ANNIE A' K. V 1NES, Plaintiff, vs. IP IWARD \ INKS. .. :. n,i.int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HOW VRD VINES Y,, 1 Hnwai d \ in. s. are hen h> noiif.-.l thai :. Comphtlnl for Divorce has i.. .-n filed againsi you, and you are 1 equlri .1 t.. sen • %  a cop} 1 f > our \ -v,. : ... pii .IIHK t.. the Complaint a attorney, J. 1 'a> i.l 1. 1. l >iii. 11. 10 S '' Fli -: u enue, Miami, F file 1 It final An. ill 111. offli 1 th. ri. rk ..r thi '1 ill "' ".1' on or bi %  ,. pell da} of March, 1962 II fal ... Judgment by default ,. iii be "ai'' a agarnst you for the 1 ,1. man li .1 In the Hill of I %  IX iNE AND IRDKRKD al Miami, ;iii12th day of February, A P. |B. I.E VTIIERM \N. Clerk, 1 'Ircull Courl I "adi 'mint} Florida -. ill Bj : K M. I.V.MAN ut} clerk .1 DAVID LIEBMAN 20 S.E. First Ave. M .. :. Iirlds Attorn. } 1 llnl 11 I 2. 16 28, "• 2-9 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 52845-A IN RE: Esti 1 WINIFRED Z COHN, 1... • a sell NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE N'I ill. 'K 1. hi •• < %  gl\ 11 I li t we havi llled i-1" il Repnrl at d Pi iitIon .... 1 11 itlon il 1 • 1 1' i-hnrgi as I'XECITRICES 11 In 1 r \\iMPi:i:i < v. COHX and 1l1.1i on o 16th I da} of Ma 1 %  ill appl} 1 Ion aide Count} Judgi s of 1 >ad, f -r '• tniroi nl of Final Report and for distribution and ihi.il ill li EXKCI K Hi. %  -: He "f 1 he almvenn .1 decedent. This 13th day of February, 1962. ANN WALTER MARTHv ROSS Law 1.: AIL. .1 L. Wi Intraub A. Ja} Crlstol 219 Security Trust Building Miami 32, Florida Bj A. Jay Crlatol 2 lii-:'.:, 3 %  :" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C-12308 (Goldman) CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN THE CITY OF SEW YORK, a corporation existing under the laws of the State of New York, Plaintiff, vs. FRANK SITAR8KI, el al. 1., fendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: STORM KING AIR-VENT AWNINGS, INC. a Kiorida corporation Address Cnknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you % CENTRAL FAVTNGS DANK IX THE CITY OF NEW YORK, in the above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following di ii.. .1 property, to-wll: Lot 8, in Block l\ of HIRST ADDITION TO SIERRA, according to the pi., t thel. ol :. corded In Plal Book :.l. at pan.!'6. of the public records of Pad.County, Florida: Tog tliei with: OE I.A 92 K Tt.Ti iterator in-: .1 361-L Electric Range Venetian Blinds; and you an required to file your answer wiili Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lad. I'. inty, Floi dla, :.: Hi, Cout'thousi in .Miami. Florida, .11 or Iii. March l. 1962, and to si rve a copy of s %  li answer upon DAVID P. I'ATSMA.N. Plaintiff's attorney, whose adiln Is 1 ith Fl at lol East Flagli r Strut, Miami 32, Fli rIda, on "i i" fore said date, ..required b) Ihe laws of Florida, li you fall to do s... th, complaint I 1 hi taken a....ni~s.,l i,\ ...1 and .1 Deeree Pro Confesso will be tntered againsi you for the relii f di in the complaint. DATED this 9th daj of F\ bruar}. E B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk, 'n.iiit Court, 1 'in!. %  ',... I (seal) By: M. CAVAI.ARIS ;.. mt} ierk DAVID P. C VTS.M \X 1 ith FhMir si lm 1: I laglei St. Miami 32, Florida 2 : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT C FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1468 THE VVILLIAMSIil'ROH S.W INGS HANK". PI vs. EDWARI' RAYMI 'Nl' II VRR'Kl '1; KM \ SISSOOX HARRIS, I \i it.-, .t al. 11. 1. 11. hints. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Oerald l.ee Kllday and Nina J. Kil.lay. his wife 0 Mr, John W. Thompson Route =1. \shfoi d, Alabama You are hereb} notified that above eaptlon. .1 action has been stltuted againsi you in the On ''..i.i 1 of the Judicial Circuit of FF ids in and for Dade Count) tn fi %  1 1 mortgage opon the follow! .. si rllied 1 • nl pi-opet-ly: l...t !". Block 12, P 1 N K T 1: 1. \1 VM iR SECTION THREE aecei Ing ii the Plal thereof, i-ecorded Plal Book II.' .it Tane I'T of tli. Pi %  li,. it, 1 m,1, County, K ..!• %  log, thi %  I gldali %  Ret'i li :i:,.i1 nd 1 ain \\ .1 W'.'l-.s \ ... .1,11 ii-. .t t.. fill j our %  1 | R |ni % %  1 ti 11111I11 nl 11 aforesaid Courl s, r ve a eoliv theleol In tl [TIN F'lNE, : Ith Fl padi I • • I lulldlng, Miami Kl, • \ 1 U. ... ., Di'i-iei Pin I' nfi sso wl .1 alnst 1 ..a. puled 26, 19*2 1; li I.F:ATHERM VN. CII k, 1' re • I n nt} %  H'.fi B.\: K. M LYMAN, : i, put} "lei ii MARTIN I INE vttoi in for 11...in iff 1 ...1. .1. ral Build ng NHiiml ".'.'. Florida 3 2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT ZFLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1555 ARTHl'R PETER KELLY, I'll! Ill iff. \ s CLARICE KELLY, I let'endnnt. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO CLARICE KELLY 1 'afeterla I >epartmenl Grumman Air,-raft 'orp. Bethpage, N.J. YOI" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed againsi you, and you are %  quired M serve a copy of your A RWI i' or other pleading upon 1 %  plaintiff's attorney, GEORGE N. M. IXlNELL, "."I P.isiayne Bldg., Miami :t". Florida, and file the original I KWer or pleadlnR In the nlTii'e of the ck't-k of th. Circuit Court on or hetore the 19th din of March, 1*62 otherwise judgment by default will be ink.-ti against you for the r. li. t mantled In' the Complaint. DATED, • %  Miami, Dade Coun" Florida, tins the 13th day of Fi ruai v. A 1 1962. E. P 11: vi'HKK.M AN. Clerk, Circuit '011 :. 1 'n'i' Count}. Flor 1 By: Al CAVALARIS, 1'. puty "'Irk 2 16-28, l'i-9 1,1.1 %  NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl 'TICK IS II IKi.P.Y IIVKN 1 the underslgni d, di v ^i Eng to 1 111 business under the fletltiotis nan', nl w \l..'.i SOUTHERN SPORTSWEAR .'II. ..t :'., \ VV, .in Street, Florida, Inti ndc to 1. glster salt! with th. cli k if thi Cli lit Court 1 : Da %  !oum Florida OSCAR WALDMAN Soli Dwner !.. NOTICE UNDtR FICT.TIOUS NAVE LAW Ni il'li 1-: IS HKRF2BY • :. \ ih. und< In buslnes* undi r the fletitl. of MR I'. >D .11 Ills. a. 11 1 t..ni. \;. ,1 Xliaml F'li .... intends to n gister i.l name ti ith the Clerk 01 th. Clri 11 I" irl of Dade t" P-Ti iTK'.l lil'.ACll "'< IRP p> 1 mi DA NI EL SKI LER i ... in.,1. ah D .. Hlaleal F \i '.. % %  fn 1 \l Sepler, of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55160-A IN RE: Estati ..f IKS'SII-: K VHN, Dei eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cn dltors and Ml Pi so 11 Ing 'in n or 1 % %  mandi Aga nsi Bald %  You -ii-' en hy notlfli .1 and n floire.l to present any claims and man. is which you may have against Ri — Kahn dt.... late of Dade County, Florida, to 1 le County Judges of Dade Ooimt; hi I file the same In duplicate and as provided n Section I3S.16, Florida Statuti s. in thi iioffli es in thi Co 1 iv Courthouse In Dadi Oounty, Florida, within six calendar months from of the flrsl publl l Ion h. ri ,.•'. ,.r tli, sit me will be bs: 1 d. Dati .1 al 4 'i. I, 1 i 'hit 9th ,: ,j of Fi A.D % %  HILDA F'lNEKERG Kxei : %  • %  atlon of this notici n %  nth •' 1 %  hi uai j. II RRY Zl'KKRNICK An.: Ti.-v for FJxecutrlx KO 1. -n "li. Rd., Miami Bi %  I m-'.':l. 1.2-9 100 COPIES-$2 iPHOTO OFFStl ANY DOCUMENT (Clt/3 BUUETINS l r )'LR RfPORT PllADriGS) (8HIX11 or 8 x14 Black fi Reprociucpd On Bord !' per WHILE YOU WAIT! CAsh &. CAT. 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Friday. March 9, 1962 *• knislh fk rHrSi:n,r Page 3-B ORT Chapters to Devote Meetings Fcr Garden Mart Scheduled Mar. 20 Coral Gables Mayor Robot Seerle &ion.s a document proming ORT D>iy in the Gabies on Mar. 7. Looking on (left to riant are Mesdames Bcrncti Moskin, president. Coral Gable? chapter of Women's American CRT; S ; d;iey Pozen, vice president, education; Paul Allen, vice president, membership; and Samuel T. Sapiro, honorary membership chairman. Weight Control To be Viewed "Obesity and Weight Control'" %  ,\,i be IT. Stanford C'ooke's topic a :i monthly meeting of Temple Sinai Sisterhood on Wednesday evening. ident, will conduct the meeting, and Mrs Harold Shopmaker will present the new slate ot officers. Mr-. Max Maysman will be in Mrs Sam Lubell. Sisterhood prescharge of refreshments. Molly Picon's MISH-MASH Every generation has had something to worry about. My grandparents lived with their own special terror, the Cossacks. For over a hundred years, Mania's people had their roots in a village with the impossible name of Rezshishtchov. (, andpa was a big landowner in the old country. He employcd lots of peasants and sold wheat wholesale. One night a friendly neighbor burst into their house and warned, "The Cossacks are coming!'' So, at a moment's notice, they had to -. %  ;u up a lifetime's work and run away. Grandma packed her featherbed, samovar and five children into the Ixrttoaiof, a hay wagon and off they went to the promised land. They settled in Philadelphia, where Grandpa had to start fruni scratch with nothing but his two hands. But don't underestimate Grandpa. He found a good job in a trunk factory and made fourteen dollars a week. In those days, fourteen dollars a week was considered middle income. Tor a long time. Grandma ran the house on it and managed very nicely. She even had a little left over at the end of each week to save in her "pushkv." Many years later, when I was playing m Loews circuit.'Mama boasted to Grandma that I was making big monev. Grandma asked, "So how much does she get already?" "Three thousand five hundred dollars a week. Mama answered proudly. To which Grandma replied, "That's all? And for that she works nights?" Could Grandma have forgotten the days when she fed a family of seven on fourteen dollars a week? I'm sure it took some doing, but leave it to Grandma. She could make a whole meal out of a little this and a little that. And so can you, as long as you have Rokeach Tomato Sauce with Mushrooms in the house. With a little left over chicken you can make What I call Picon's Potpourri, a delicious casserole dinner. Just combine the diced chicken with some cooked rice or spaghetti, pour in plenty of Rokeach Tomato Sauce with Mushrooms, cover the top with thin-sliced onions and bake in the oven. Delicious! And only because it's made with Rokeach TomatoMushroom Sauce, a long-simmered sauce thick with ripe tomatoes, flavorful mushrooms, and spiced to perfection. You know something? Whenever I serve roast chicken I can hardly wait for the day after .. .Yonkel and I enjoy Picon s Potpourri much, much morel Ad eh apt i rs of the Soutl -i I Florida region it Women's Airieric.tn ORT wiil n> their meel thgs to final plans for ORT's garden man in be held Tue 'lay. Mar. 20. in the Rone) Plaza yard'sns Many chapter's also have" Purim programs piannecl. %  Morion Towers chapter will have a coffee meeting next Thursday noon in Mrs Jack Kramer's apartment, 2:57. with Mis. Harry (". Cohen as (o-hnstess i Day chapter's luncheon meeting ai I'H' Seville hotel on Tuesday noon will be followed by cards, Coral Gables chapter will have : "crazy hat" carnival Wi i\ evening at the home of Mrs. Herman Sumars. 5 Pinta rd., Baj Heights. Greater Miami chapter will hear Mr>. Daniel Neal Heller speak on the -OUT Story." The film. "Come with Mi'. My Brother," will be shown. Meeting will be Tuesday evening at the Deauville hotel. Greynolds Park chapter will present a Mad Hatter's program at the New England Raw Bar. 12727 Biscayne blvd., Tuesday noon. Hollywood chapter will have an evening of games on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Joseph Swimmer. 3119 Filmore st.. Hollywood. Islanders chapter will honor members who have b e,c o m e Mellah mothers on Monday. Mar. 19. at 'the Seville hotel, where they will meet at noon for lunch. < -.' Miami Beach Afternoon chapter will meet for lunch and games on Wednesday noon at the Seville hotel. North Dade chapter will meet Wednesday evening. Mar, 21, at Tyler's restaurant. 125th st. and Gables Proclaims ORT Day Here Coral Cables Mayor Robert Searle tins week proclaimed Mar. 7 as ORT Day in his city. Kaines of the principle streets in the Cables were changed Wednesday to ORT st.. in tribute to the Women's American ORT rededication to another year of work for the world's unfortunate. To mark the occasion. Coral Gables chapter of ORT held a i luneheon at Westbrooke Country j Club. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. president of j the Southeast Florida region, em-1 bracing 11 ORT chapterspresented the Coral Gables group with an award "for a year of outstand1 ing progress in growth of membership and attainment of its goals." To help man help himself byteaching him a skill or trade, 80 that he may earn a living in dignity, instead of surviving on a hand-out, is the object of the world wide OKT network of schools. Biscayne blvd, Program will include Dr. David Tracey. hypnotist South Miami chapter \< ill h'ino'' new members al ;::i ORT Da\ luncheon Tuesday, li a.m at the ion* %  ;;.-s. F rani a es, I ; %  •, v 78 h ct. Dr. Flon nee ltd :"-.. will i peaker. f:;thv.e;t chapter i! hear d Caphui, %  Dawson In'OUQN on Interior Decori til it the Evei"laries School on rV< %  ii-sdav evening. 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 New Young Judaea Group New Young Judaea group will hold a charter meeting on Sunday, 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Moe Feingold, 89 Bay Heights dr., Miami. Invited to the tea function are l4-to-15-year-olds. MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-free fWUHC THAN SUGA1 YII HO FOOD VAlUi o.00Mondo4 br •actors doadici overweights and to cat 1 out diets. UM loi mmm Mounts, cooluos Pun. Coos oaslely harmless. 4 os. — 711 MNUNUU NON-FOTtNINS UTE,' SUIIHIIIIIC faMlllollH trend seller in the -


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I Friday. March 9, 1962 • 'Jen-isti fkridfsmn Page 13-A flared,. re m. | rtered %  I i %  1 FROM THE TALMUD %  %  Behukotai | and drinJj way nboiniii (,„, ,f there is no p*ace. they are 11, ,:har Rahhah. 19. 17. The Torch enjoin* us not to run after a MftsroJl. but to perform u • 1/ ;i comes lb us. With retard ace, however, >t enjoins 11s 10 u If. Y, :-... %  ot, 65. 1 ..:: is peace: God even changed •. 1 its sa\e. -. • to Nafta 4 .• :. pi act • :• abides eve 1 ,!,'..:. %  •• ctil can it 01 up. • • • • ha n -..: ;•! % % %  %  re to 1 c 1 V^/H . %  1. Off. JOSEPH R. NAROT infernal beauty pie thought it necessary to make the tabernacle of the Lord attractive, BETH TORAH. i6Jth st. and NE 11th and to adorn it with man's extrinsic (from a religious point of view) beave. Conservative, longings. The Israelites were not to continue to worship God in the bar ave. •chlti. PARK I :, | .... the mother of Justice. ween of a'.i lirtues. PH1LO. 1 Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen ROSSJ n*? lpna It is clear to Its all that in a very real sense the synagogue has again C0RAL WAY j E w 1 SH CENTER "'come into its own." Beautiful, imaginative, and richly adorned houses P755 sw 16th st. Miami. Rabbi Samof prayer dot our land. Architects, artists, craftsmen, and synagogue hl ^ a *? r nd C g .;J%.S*"'?mon? V "n*-| -• gogue. tall, iv.ity, Deed." ttaturria; 9 a.m TEMPLE B'NAi SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. ; %  lda> 6 i nd 8:30 p.m. Si rmon: "Detail. Duty. Deed." ttaturria} ., _.. Bar Mltxvah: Alan, win i>l Mr. am This we should not deplore, although some Jews do. It is fitting M „ M .,.,;„ Hirwh. that we symbolize our appreciation for the synagogue by investing its outer forms with material worth. As long as we do not sacrifice any one's or our people's well being, our enrichment of the synagogue struc..% .-, U*.(M,*M^M (urc i s cvthetically necessary and spiritually appropriate. At the same time, we should be impressed with the Torah account that when the fine metals and cloths were put together to make a tabernacle, it was not yet a tabernacle. It then became necessary for the "glory of the Lord" to fill it. Cantor David Conviser. I |di % %  vl". p.m. Sermon: "The Walla .h.u L'nlte rs." Saturday 10:45 a.m, I 1 • 1 v • T : % %  —^, T^rri? "Tin K?I T • T ; ... _.__ r ... • T T T ~ V T B'*l1 D-1D2 133 ,Tn HD-7 : • T ; T T ~ T T : TRANSLATION DADE HE.GHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. : rl .1 vl." p.m. I'.-: Preslrlentu SabImth. Sermon: "Tile Liidili r "1" I • %  %  •'! ,. Saturdaj %  .1 ,!l Bermoii: tioii of the \\. • l< BHI MUavali I.. ,_ -.. .,,ii ot .v.! -. S i. '....>kin. FI.AGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 5:t pi. Conservat ; ve. Samjel Hollander, president. Cantor Geoige Goldbcq. ,' %  •. p.m. HUB M %  .... r j'r. an"! ..;.. S. i! %  Whether we are filling the beautiful synagogues with the glory of the 1 M not an easy question to answer. Critics of the synagogue say the program and the content synagogue life arc not thai glory we should seek. Thosi who lal i ilhin the syni oj say that they are can with .. ifficult assignment, and that they are HIALEAH RE I hi dmit, In any < I, thosi oi u i past ts own s aki %  that Jewish rel gious he was %  %  %  : • F c. •• %  -, O N %  ^V %  %  %  %  I !" %  .%  E c %  %  • B. Wernick. Frldnv s:30 p.m. Permon: "Inunortal Sonffa." Saturday 9:30 a.m. • — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler. — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Retcrm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bernstein. ;.-. v i 111. Ser mi: Ri vli w ot %  • Ben Hi 'in. — • — TEVPLE JUDE. 320 Palermo avo. Libr.i;. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. i -, i mn 11; palr is It, %  H Satu flaj H .:• i blum. • TEVLE MENORAH. E20 75th St. .... yer Abram^ %  ; Cantor Edward Klein. i and '-' %  .. %  %  -. ..... n T-adi.Can.•••il %  By Why RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX From th State of Israel's Declaration of Independence passage is recited to bring to mind the virtue of our Patriarchs so that : the Almighty will be merciful to us for their sakes. It is claimed by In Eretz Israel the Jewish peosomc that this act gives us the pie arose. There they lived a life right to approach the Almighty askof freedom and created great! i"g h.m for extra consideration by virtue of the fact that our patnlt the Biblical passage dei T)m pm u ,. ; .„ ( .„ scribing the sacnfice_of Isaac optnum ,,,,(, thc Spiritual I included in the morning pray m ( /u ( ., c M;a) ,_ Rabbm | ers every day? z w Aun Joseph Karo (Beth Joseph. Tur 11 Orach Chayyim, 1 claims that this things. The Jewish people gave the world the Book of Books: the Bible. Even in Exile, the Jewish people remained loyal to their homeland, to Eretz Israel, and never ceased archs displayed extra devotion and loyalty to Him. It is also stated that this is a sort of introduction to the section where the daily sacrifice to Deity is himself as was the case of Isaac who RAHHI \MX A LIPSCH1TZ Cooidmator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIPP Gems of Wisdom period? While a mourner is under a relid ave HE3REW CONGREGATION. SW 12- .". %  i I i-' '• x d • fO'-ai Rabi'i Max Shapi.o. Cantor Fred Bernstein. I Mi n'w < 'i III : ath SI 1 111": I' N N> Whi ii >al nl.i 13 e Si n I'., II. II ol ih. I. -• — MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643f. SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. — • — TEMPLE ADATH YF.SHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "A Consecrated Threshold." Eighty children of the Aleph classes will be consecrated. Saturday v a.m. Bar Mltavaii: Neal Le\ y. cious obligation to grieve his loss, [TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles t h e coming of a major festival brings upon him another obligation which makes it impossible to observe the obligation of grief. On a featival one is commanded to rejoice. Kodner. I-Ylilay S:30 p.m. Sermon: on the ItiRht." ••Thunder HOLLYReform Naturally it is impossible to rev, to pray and hope that they would i was so ready and willing to sacrireturn to it and rebuild therein the, fice himself for the Almighty. All State of Israel c-'h er sacrifices are merely symbols of the true sacrifice. It is well In every generation, the Jews < t0 re member this at the beginning have striven to return to the land j 0 f t he day, so that man may raise of their birth. In recent genera-! himself to the lofty plane of self tions, many Jews have returned to: sacr ifice and forget the petty and Eretz Israel. The pioneers turned elfish interests which usually the desolate land into a flourishing cIoud his thinking. to rejoice which is a communal ^^S: Would m country. They made Hebrew into I I obligation which sets the pace ot Reestablished Sanhedrln Solve t" a living language, built villages why is it fh at if 8 ma end cities and guarded the land irom enemies. Published by Brit Ivrit 1. TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. FYlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Jews in trie Sovut Union." Naming of joice"and grieve at the same time '^<%^" r u^,"'* ** and so the obligation to grieve is > e — canceled, since it is his private O^^^.WT^, SHIRAH^ Sumi.nd ligation, in face of thc obligation structionist. R a 11 1 Morris Skop. ior festival! emotion for the Jewish community. Problems ot Jewish Law i-r Our | Iginning of In this sense it i. claimed that Jew!.S h R a ttrie. 0: ? ^ f" PLE S v a I OF '.O^TH MIAMI. -. > ave, Reform. Rabbi Ber "Why • TITERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative Rabbi Nathan itman, Cantor Albert Glantz. Si m 1. "This A Portion In the Until of the 11 ,., n %  ." 'ni g Sh ibbat %  ...l. Saturday 9 a.m : Toda> Si Ira, and its Mesatlve Jewry." e — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Fllila> S:15 p.m. Sermon: "The ThreeFold Objective of the Synagogue." Saturday 9 a.m, Sermon: "Weekly Pi rtlon of the La e — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. cantor. — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Priday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Appointed of the Lord." Onen Shabbat host: Mrs. Bessie Serkin. Saturday 9:30 H.111. liar Mltzvah: Sanford, BOD of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. SokolOW. .">:30 p.m. Bar Mltzvah: Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. FViday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "The House We Live In. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert t'omm. %  SBBBBSBBBBMBS MMBJM occurs after the begi the seven-day mourning period ish tradition sometimes calls upon (Shivah) the festival cancels IN to control our emotions, as diiTBMIJL E^B B JH WOLE^ot^oUyN >|| out the remaining days or the | Kcult as it may be. CAHDUUGH7MG TUM '3 II Adar — 6:12 p.m. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.



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P~ge 14-B *J<*%s§lh fkwiettoir) Friday, March 9, 1962 School Delegates To Atter.d CJA Rally at Bureau n'ledales from 40 Jewish sell loll v.il! attend the annual breakfast m iiing of the school Combined : iish Appeal on Sunday, 10 a.m.. a. .he Bureau of Jewish Education. The program will include reports from the delegates ot each school a: to the progress of the CIA camI .n in their schools. Louis Schwsrtimsn, executive d rector of the Bureau, will discuss the role of the CJA in the community. The program will also include a community-sing and a discussion of the possibilities of forming an inter-school Keren Ami Coencil which will meet regularly dunng the course of the school year. The Keren Ami Council would assume the role of a Junior led eiation, studying the functions of I'JA. national and local agencies, .,: i making definite recommendafor contributions within the individual schools. The delegates will also receive a n %  platnl Iff's attor m -. Talli ft'. ^ iller A l.ltman, ~ _" Lincoln II. -ail. Miami Reach, the orlg inal A ti w.i office "i Mi.Clerk lie Cli rl • -ri .'i bel %  Mi "•-' It >ou %  o BO Igmenl b> d< fault ill he n avail for the reliel di ded m the • 'omplalnl l* or l *i ONE and ORDERED al Miami lda, thin %  'Ui daj of Fein I I K P i i: VTHBRMAN, Cli rk, c .;• • Klol Mia B} : E II LAN WAT, i lepnt) 'i.rk TALIANoPI WALI.HR A LITMAN neyt for Plaintiff • .' Lincoln Road Miami Beach, f lorlda. I IS, 1 t IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55377-B IX RE Estate ..r IDA FELDMAN, %  %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All Creditors and All Person* HnvInfl Claim-* <>r D.-miuids Aaainsl S.nd E itl Vou nr,hereby notified and reed to present any claims and demi mis which you may have against ._' E nil Avenue LEGAL NOTICE CERT.FICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION I \ THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE 5TATK OF Fl ORIDA Tl I ALL Ti I Will I.M r : -II M.I l'i IME, UREE ri MICHAEL COHEN, HAY II USIti HI ISL vNDS, I* I.O R I D A : HARRY Kl.CBECE, HAY II IRIW '1! ISL VXDS, ELI RIDA; AI E I. VIS I [OKI Ml \M1 BEACH, %  I.ORn v .11 the i It It dn> ol I k-lober, A 11 |h5. cause to In i ri% %  |n I ttetl r the law of thi State of PI >i Ida ,'. IIKI 'K i 'i IRP a i ". uratti with its t %  TI %  i. ii •:< I place of business il Ml AMI REACH, DADE COl'XTY. Ill the State "i I'"ii la, anil hei .is ten %  i |K>I al i r i did on the itith daj if Kebruary, A.D. I62. CIIUSI In '" %  %  in lhe .'in. ..f ih. SecfetaiJ '.I Si ol tin Wtali ol Klol id '. ili..1. inn ma v authniil.. requii i il I. i Statuti howri. e dh Urn \ .. erefi re, i hi Si • ui> of State i • %  i i %  lid that he is > .... %  ... Itl] IX \\ ITX ESS WHEREOF, I lun i li HI.. %  %  • the ..i Kin Ida, Bt T:i Hi,Cap t.-tl. I T\> E.vn SIXTH di FEHRI Vin A.D. TO.M VDAMS -. i | II ry i %  %  NOTICE BY PUBL'CAION IN THE CIRCL'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 22?8 CONSTANCE LA VERNE SHIN EI1S, P alntlff. vs. CHARLIE SHIVERS I lefendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl: ''HA RUE SHIVERS V "HARLIE SHIVERS, are h. rein notified thai n Bill ol Complain) for l 'i \ • .r. %  habei n filed again si you, and > • %  n are required to serve a IMI|I> of youi Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the PlaintAttorney, PAl'L KWITNET, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, .IE i -V.M;, and file the i rlsinal An-w.-i ..I Pleading In the office of the Clerk ..I ih.Circuit i 'oui I on "i before Hi. Bth ila> ..f April, 1982, If you fail t.. do so, Judgment b> default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In Ihe Bill of Complain) This II--' i %  • shall be published once each week foi four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH I LI IRIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED a) Miami. Elorida, this 2nd daj ..f Mar. li A IX 1962 E. R I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, I'II. i il lade County, Plot Ida (seal) B> K M I.YMAN. t>eput) Clerk ;: 1-16-2 1-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1966 DIAXNE E, FROST, Plaintiff, \ s I III i.MAS i: EROST, I.. '. n.I. int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl i Till >.\1 IS K IRl 'ST • si I ... pur N *i You, Till i.MAS i: I Rl .ST an hereIi) ii itifii-d thai i Bill .-i > 'omplainl Hlvorci I .i been filed agalnsi > ou, and you .. ; -i .1 to sei \, \ i Pli ding In i::M uf Complain) ..u the Pin uttorne>, .'li.irl.s M Kelly, 1.125 i: lib Ave Hlab ah. Plorlda and file original Ans er ..r I 'leading in ti Hi..of the Cli rk ..f the i ircull Court "ii "i" before the 2nd da) of 1962 If you fail I., do so, HI by def.i nil will be taken against you for the reliel demanded in the Bill ..! Complain) This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN l iNE AND ORDERED al Miami. Foridn, this SSrd daj of February, A.I I. i: II LEATHERMAN Clerk, 1 • %  ii Court, l i ty, Florida (seal) Bs M. i 'AVALARI8, Deput) Clerk CHARLESM KELLY BY HENRY lEC^ARD "Next time you'll listen when the Rebbe gives you instructions." Cepr. 1W1, Don', ProJuii'-m LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business under Ihe I name ..f Id ILLANDER C" 'Ml' VNY a) S< N K 10th Street, Miami Intend t" register said II. im. \wili the Clerk ..f ihi Circull i'niii'1 <>! I'.i.le County, Florida III Til HOLLANDER SAM I'EL HOLLANDER MILTON A 1RIBDMAX Attorne) foi Applicants Alnsli v BldK. 2 %  ::., :\ 2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICF NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY DIVEN thai ih. undersigned, desiring t.. engage in business undVr the fictitious nan f CITY CNIPORM ft SIK iP TOWEL RENTAL SERVICE at niimli. • :•:• S \V Tih Street in the City "f Miami. Elorida Intends t.. register the s.ii.i name with the Clark of the Circull Court ..f Dade CounQr, Florida. Dated al Miami. Florida, this 15th das "i I '.l.inai v. 196! NEW FRENCH BENZOL I'I.K NERS A I. M'NIiltY. INI ARONOVITZ, SILVER ASCHER Ait. rne> for Applicant 6n" \in-:> v Building .Miami St, Florida i 23, 1(2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN thai the undersigned, desiring : %  engage In • us name of s & s K VBItli • %  N h Miami %  .. Miii -.ii. F orlda, Inti mis i.. reg ster said name w Ith the i ii i-ni i %  'ii : of 1 'aile 'ounl i. Floi Ida I'M R PEEN I'll STREET FABRIC r. VZA \K. INC, WELLIUCH .\ DOCOHERTY \ lt.il II. \ !..' 1 '..nil .-.-lit )l s:i. %  i i abt i ilacaar, mc i 21, 3 2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1768 .lll'V GAIL RYDER, Plaintiff, \ s li: \NK DEC \ 111: RYDER, i'. f. ndant, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Vuf. PRANK DECATl'R RYDER, :..'l TAMPA STREET, DRLANIK), FLA., ..re notified to serve a copy "f March, 19*2, otherwise complaint v*ill lie confessed b) you. DATED Februar) IH, 1962 E B. LEATHER!! \N. Clerk, Circuil Court, Dade Count), Florida i seal i B.vi N A HEWETT Deput) Clerk 2 :::. :: J-9-16 'I • .-si ite of I 1 'A PELDMAN, deceased late ..f Dade County, Plortdsv, in the County Judge* ..f Dude Counand file the same In duplicate and ai provided in Election 731.16, Ftorlth Btatutes, in their nffk-es in the County Coorthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from th. time of the first publication here%  r t ii.--.. in.will im inn red i' led at Miami. Florida, this -7th da) of l-'.-t'l Hal \ All. 1962. JACOB FELDMAN As Executor Mi 'KRIS i •( IHEN Attorney for Jai ob t eldman ii'. Alin.-iia Ave, Coral Gables, I'la :: 9-16-23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 55421-A IN RE: Batata ..f ll \i:l'.V i L-UFT, I),-. eased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.> All Creditor! and All Persons Having I'l.iimor l •• in.in. Is Against Saul Estate Y"ii art hereby notified and required t< present any claims and deiiiiimls win. h y..n may ha\e against the estate ..r HARRY .) i.n'T deceased late .if Dade County, Florida, tn the Count) Judges ..r Bade County, and file the same In duplicate and ai lir.ivlded In Suction 721.16, Florida Statutes, m i heir offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hersoi. or th>same uiii be barred Dated at Miami. Florida., this 7th day of March, A.D. n>62. ANNA I.CFT As Administratrix ARONOVITZ, SILVER SCHER Attorneys for Administratrix (07 Alnsley Building 2/9-Hi -; H) Hlaleah, Florida A tioi ii.. \ for Plaint iff :: 2-9-16-23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55343-A IN RE Estate of BENJAMIN S1EOLER, l •< ceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and vu Persona Having Claims or Demands Against s.u.i Estate: Vim are hereby notified iiml required to present an) claims and demands which you may have against the estate "' BENJAMIN 8IEGLER deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges ..f Dade County, and finthe same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the data of the firs) publication hereof, or the sanis will be barred. en \I:I.KS SIEOLBR, Executor II Rl IBERT Kl H.TNoW. Ait..1 n,•> S29 w. -i Flagiei Street Miami. Florida 16-22-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in II.. s under the fictitious name .f A-A-A PRINTERS at 22 N.W, 20th Street, Miami. Dads County, Florida Intends to register s.ii.i name with, the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of! i >inie ('mini v, Florida ADOLPHBJ ROSMAN Bole i 'wn.'i ROBERT I 9PIBOELM \N fiim Blsca) ne Building 19 vv.-si Flagier street Miami 32, Florida Aitoi nsy f. r Applicant :; 9-14-C2-M IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55082-A IN RE Estate ol MINNIE RUBIN Dei • -• l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cn .lit.ns and All Pen II t Ing Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Vim are hereby notified and required to present any cuilmi and demands which you may have against the .state of MINNIE Rl'BIN deceased la'.of Dade County, Florida, I,, the County Judgies of Dade diuni\. and fil* the Basse In dupUoate and as provided In Section 732.16, Statutes, in their offices In the County Courtlii.ii.se in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, in the name iil be barred. i>ai>. i ai Miami, Florida, this mil day of February, A.D, 19*2. ANNA I1AI.K tfl Administratrix First publication of this notice on the 22rd day of February, IMS. A. IICHIl lITl.KK Attorne) for Administratrix 7m; Unsli v Building IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55256-A IN RE: Estate or CHARLES HARRYAXELROTH 1 l.'l'.'HSt'll. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Parsons Haying i Maims or llemaiids Aguinst Saiil Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and <1<-manils Which you may have against the .state of CHARLES HARRY AXELROTH deceased late ..f Dade County, Plorlda, to the Count) Judges of bade County, and file the sam. in duplicate anil as provided in Seotlon 722.11, Plorlda Statutes, la tbair ofYless in the County Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the sam.will he barred. Hated ai Miami, Plorlda, tris 14th day of Febrnarv, A.D. 1962. Ix IRA NAHIItC As Executrix BERN8TETN ,v MILLER By! Milton Miller Attorney for Kxecutrix MM Congress Building Miami, Florida, 2/23, 3/2-9-1C NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1774 CLINT) iN F. V\ ELLS, Plaintiff, vs. LORA N WELLS, I lefendant BUI r FOR DIVORCE i i i Ii) IRA N. WELLS Kotierts Hotel, i No Ilaum St. %  ^ira N. Wells, HI s hereby noun..,I thai .. UIII ol Con |il lint I i;..i aga in>' you, a nil .i Ired to s.'i-\ • %  a %  your Answ .i or Pli tdll g to I he Mill of Complaint on the Pktlntifl ne). \\ inter and I loldl irb, n" I'.iscayne Bldg 19 Wesl Flagb i St \li ami file tin Inal An HWer ..i I leading In till office .a the 'l.-i I. ..I the il' -II • '"in i on or be: %  • % %  the 21rd da) of Mai eh, ,1 %  II \-iii fall i" do so, Judgment by defaolt will I... taken againsl you for the relief demanded In the Bill of l oni plaint notice shall be published once each \\ eek for four consei %  a .. ., in THE JEWISH n..'1'.lHIAN. DONE AMi ()RDEKi;H at Miami, Florida, this 19th da) of February, AH. I9tt. E B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk, Circull Court, Dade Count). Florida (seal) By: B, H. LANWAY, l leputy Clel k WINTT-:R A GOLDFARH Florida4507 Blscayns Bldg., Miami. Put. B) Max A. lloldfarb Attorney f,.r Hi-iintiff L'..'::. ::'2-a-i LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 5i40;-C ..f I T \ KA.MINSKY, ase I NOTICE TO CRCD.TORS I'o All Creilltms and A I i %  ,. .. v • are h< reby notlfed ai d reII preseni an.. lalms anil d, al an.Is H hil 'l v OU inal htiVi the -la'.of YETTA KAMINsKV .1.-. L ....-. •! l. :.of i '...I,' County, I to the Count) Judges of Dad. i %  %  .mi : i • the same In their ofl li %  li' C it) i'"in tinuis.. in I • ,.|. t) I an da, itli %  ti -i\ n |, in.mill li .'I i | !..bai i • %  i NA i II A N K \Ml\sKY II ItdllEll r KOLTXOW, Vl A'esl l lagier Street ,i ., I. Hi i Ida %  Il IN TME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY TLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 5070! — GeO'-fle T. Clark ,.f HENRY DEWEY J V( %  %  NOTICE TO CRED TORS 'II \ Cn IItor* and Ml Pi nm, il.,% Clain %  I %  I'.lAgain? ,'. I.I eb) notifed and I in pri sent an) i laimn aim maii'iw hit ii \ ".i ma) h i\. ggd Ihe • .late of HENRY DEW EY i 'i >l lY di .as."I late ol I de Cnum Plot Id i. !• %  Ihe Count) Judgi m I %  County, ami file the sum. m dnph11 nil as pi. A id.'.I in S.-i lion 7 I Il"i Ida Statutes, In theli offlci :h. t'ount) ( 'onrtliou -• %  in Dade County, h lorlda, within six calendar mon 1 1 .II i he i im."I i he firsl p tblli hereof, or the same will be barred Haled at Miami. Florida, this -' da) of Fi bruar) A.D 1962. PHEBE I. JACOBY As Administratrix BERNSTEIN AMILLER II) Milton Mill.-r \n "iiii'i for Administratrix MM • "<.IIKI ess Building 3 2-16 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 23722 Acts ot 194! File A.20495 NOTICE is HEREBY lilVKN that Nathaniel W. Slegel holder of Clt) ol Homestead Tax Sale Certificate No 38719 issued (he 2nd day June, A H 1958, has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property In the County of Dads, State of Florida, to-wit: I...I 1 Block S Fread'a Vddn #2 Plat Book •' %  Page 112 In Section 13, Township ".7 Smith. Range :i* East in the Clt) of Homestead, Count) of i >ade, si.,te of Florida. Th.assessment of said propert) under the said certificate was in the nan:. ..l : I 'iikm.u n I'nleos said certificate shall l.e redeemed according to law, ihe propert) described herein will be sold to the highest l.i.Mi.r at the Court House door on the first Monda) In the month of April, 1961, which is the 2nd d..y ol April, I 'ii^. I la ted : in281 tl day of t In ry, 1962. i: B LEATHERMAN, i 'lei of Mir, nil Court l '.i.i.County, Flor d ..-• %  al) Hi II M LEEPER, I leput) Clel k NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1779 BERNARD A. WIEDER, Plaintiff. vs. MAXINK It ADAMS, Defendant MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Ti > MAXIM: it ADAMB Address 1'nknown You, MAX INE It. ADAMS, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Mortgage Foreclosure has been riled againsl you. and you are require to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of i •ompUint on tin Plaintiffs attorney, BERNARD A. WTHDETR, Rsy tar Lincoln ltd.. Miami lleai-h. Morlila. .IE S-WOt, and file the original Answei.-r I'leading In the office of the Clerk of th. I n CUil Court on or before the 22nd day of March, 19(2 if you fall to .1" so, Judgment by default will be taken aga iii.il yon for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published ones each week for four consecutive nests in THE JEWISH Fl.OKlDIAN. DONE ANI> DRliKRKIi at Miami. Elm i.la. this 19th day of February, A.D. 1962. K. B. LEATHERMAN. nerk, i "in ult Court. Ihide Countv. Plorlda (seal) By: I. SNEE1 '17N Deputy Clerk HEItXAItH A WIEDER, ESQ. 47 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. IE IM Attorney fur Plaintiff 2/23, 3/2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 528661 C Km.,.,, f .NATHAN N IT. U'MAX, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D.STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereby given ihat I have riled ni) Final Report and Petition for Distribution and E1n.il Discharge as Executrix "f the estate ol MATHAN N TRAl'MAN, deceased md thai mi ihe ttth day of March, IMS, win apply to the Honorable County Judge* if Had.Count). Florida, for approval ..f said Final Report and for dinribiiti.in sad final discharge aExecutrix of the estate ..i the above-named decedent Tin.-'"tli da) of February, IMt. FRANCES F Tit A I'M AN. Executrix JOSEPH A VdN ARX Attorney .102 Itisi-uvne Building Mian... Florida 8/---l-23 PARR. Bill "f NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 2185 FREDA O. PARR, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM ALBERT PARR. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WILLIAM ALBERT PARR 11 TH Fairmont Avenue Sherbrooke. Quebec, Canada You. WILLIAM ALHERT are hereby notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to sscve a copy of yotsr Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plalntlff-s attorney. FINKEL AND i:i.KIN', tilt Hade Federal Building, 101 E. Flagier St., Miami :I2, Morlda and file the original Answer or I leading In the office of the CMS* of the Circuit Court on or before the 1'th day of April. 1962. If you fail 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 sash week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH KLORIIMAN. DONE AND ORDERED at MtamS, Florida, this 28th day of Febrnur,, AD 1962. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. 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Pcge 8-B Jew 1st fkx-kttan Friday. March 9. i% % C? ranees JU man We the Women V.CMAN OF THE WEEK All three of Lottie (Mrs. Em:li Morton's sons. David. Peter and i!)>'. get to stay up late when their mother's movie. V M Ml," ap rs on television. It's a mystery, with Dean Jasuer. in which Lottie ; > the part of a Dutch girl. I.otlie Morton was born in Berlin, as you can tell from thai little .e of a delightful accent. As a child, she >ang. danced, arid acted. : :h like other little girls, who study the violin or voice. During the • she and her mother, usinn fal.-e papers, fled to Vienna, where she eared in musical comedies and operettas, and rose to the rank of ing soprano at the State Theatre. Lottie was -inging and making movie.when she met Emil. It at thitime that her career as a wile and mother became more important to her. S.nce they have moved to M-ami Bach, Lottie has been active with the t'liarnber ot Commerce, becau e she loves everything about Our Town. According to Lot ie, -he .;<>•• n't have time for any hobbies — other than her hu-ban' : :i I sons. The two older boys have accomp hir at conce:-before charitable organizations, and Bobby, the 6-year-old, will soo:. jo:r them, tie'now taking piano and doing nicely. The Mortons are the first I i confess thai the boy* have become "real hams." and ei j •> the performances. Emil loveto watch and li-ten in the audience What with a clarinel and accordion in the family, there's quite a bit of rock n' roll at home. Lottie's lessons with Prof. Bernard Kwartin tend to balance ih,, off-shoot from the classii When Bobby joins on the piano, it should be quite a combo. Emil says proudly. And to hear — and to see. Miss Berg Weds Warren Binder Barbara Elaine Berg and Warren Edward Binder were united in mar-...'ic Saturday evening. Mar. 3. at the Seville hotel, with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. Following a reception and dinner at the hotel, the newlyweds lett for a honeymoon in Nassau. For the ceremony, t h e bride (hose a white satin and chantiily lace full-length gown featuring a diapc! train, and carried a white Bible with a cascade of white orchids and roses. Attendants were Linda Paula Berg, maid ot honor. En. Beverly Jacobson, Shclia Diucker and Judy Binder, bridesmaids. Daughter of Mr. and Mr-. William Berg. 7980 SW 17lh St.. the Miami Senior High and is now a rophomore at the University ot Miami Her sorority is Phi Delta finmma The bridegroom's parents are Mr. id Mi-. A. Harold Binder. 2390 -W 23rd -t He attended Miami Senior High and the University "t Florida, and will graduate in June f:oin rhe L'mversily ot Miami He was a member of Hurricanes AZA, will join the firm ol Wylly's Tours ^crunu as best man was Nor man Goldenberg, and Richard Waterman, Howard Galbut and Stephen Quartin were u.-hers lOTTIt I'"ie. as everyone knows, is a joy •ft -ft WHO CUT DOWN THE CHERRY TREE? Somebody at Westview Country Club could have easily cut down fabled tree because there were plenty of hatchets around at the 's annual George Washington Birthday Ball. Everything was red. te and blue, with flags and dangling lanterns — and of course a rb dinner featuring cherry pie dessert. Many of the memberdiil their entertaining of out-of towners at time, and the concensus of opinion seemed that i: turned out to be best affair of the kind yet. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Meyer were thrilled .-..%  the ball — he's Westview's president. At the Dr. A. Lester Russin table were the Harold Aaronsons — j id new members — and the Marvin Silvers. So. too. were the Jack ers and Michael Brights at the function honoring our first PresiThe young people danced and occupied at least three tables ail r own. In the young generation set. among others, were Don and cella Kaplan, Buddy and Sylvia Kramer. Dr. and Mrs. Norman e. the Paul Shiekmans. Stanley Tates, and Seymour Somersteins. •X MARKS THE SPOT It was quite a thrill for Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Narot to fl> over (ape averal right after Astronaut John Glenn took off. They could see :.-. launching pad on then way to Charlotte, where the Rabbi was St speaker at an annual banquet of the National Conference of istians and Jews. While there, they went to sec Harry Golden. Lanie reports that Golden house is an old-fashioned frame building with a big front :h. Hioffice Is on the first floor, overlooking the busy street, and lown to-earth frankness proved most refreshing to them. It all made a wonderful story to tell Lanie's brother. Fred Rubin. his Barbara, now here on a visit from Chicago, when they got back -ft -ft -ft CCPFEE MIT SLAG Jesse and Carlyn Rose, newcomers to Miami Beach from Balti ;•. are at last settled in their new apartment in Morton Towers. lyn's greatest treasures, in addition to paintings by herself and her t her. which hang on the walls, is a cork castle caned by her grand: .er about a hundred years ago. when he went to the University of \ ina. Her first guests in a series of evening desserts at home included I and Mrs William Maxwell and Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Kessner. T conversation at one point was all about Vienna and the gorgeous— itening — desserts Then. Esther Maxwell told about the Maxwell Vacation School on tl Cornell campus, which they had recently sold, and how it came being. Dr. Kessner is not only an excellent bridge player, but a wonder1 >ianist. as well &f TRJER WORDS WERE NEVER SPOKEN In "Gome Blow Your Horn" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, the nition given for a housewife is "a sleep-in maid." And the audie included many sleep-in maids who got quite a kick out of truer %  rds never spoken. Sitting in the thirteenth row. and not a bit super lous. were Irma (Mrs. Sauli Herman. Alyce (Mrs. Leon) Ell. and Ethel (Mrs. Ralph) Spero Walking down the aisle: Mrs. Philip Lcfk itz and the two Smith girls. Mrs. Gerald and Mrs. Donald. In the lobby: Rena (Mrs. Irvin) Wexler, as brown as can be, after %  covering that the sun is also for natives With her was her daughter. ra. Mrs. Sol Cohen and her mother-in-law. Mrs. Abe Cohen, of I riontown. had just returned from attending the wedding of the Cobess' older son. Douglas, to Gail Levine in New York. Mrs. Jennie Miller and daughter. Jerri, chatting to friends during intermission. Mrs. Ethel Goldstein and Miss Elsie Schwabe talking h -out the forthcoming National Council of Jewish Women's tour of i.rope. Also at the theatre: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Green and daughter Mrs. Harold Thurman and her father. MISS ELIZABETH WETZLER Berman, Aarons Betrothal Told Mr-. Ben Ginsberg, of New York and Miami Beach, announces the engagement of her daughter. Betty Lou Berman. to Stephen A;:rons. ot New York. Miss Berman is the daughter of the late Mr. Noel Berman. She is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and Charron William Commercial College. Mr. Aarons. son of Mrs. J. Aarons and the late Mr. Aarons. is a graduate of City College, and is now serving in the U.S. Army KNIT 'N' NEEDLE FINEST IMPORTED YARNS EXPERT INSTRUCTIONS 2628 GAUANO HI S-S121 Coral Gobies Closed Mondays Personal Attn.: Barbara Greenberg MAH JONNG Sets & Supplies LILLIAN E. 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Mr. Shevach is a medical student at State University Of New York Downstate Medical Center, and was recently awarded the American Medical Education honor scholarship on the basis of hihigh scholastic record at Johns Hopkins undergraduate school. Dade Heights Carnival Dade Heights Jewish Congregation is having a carnival. "Miller Amusements on the Midway." on Saturday through Thursday. Newmans Reveal Mary's Betrothal The engagement of Mi < \u n Ellen Newman to Jan,Rj Kaufman, son of Mr and v r Herbert E. Kaufman, 2421 SW "','ter.. Miami, has been by her parents. Mr. a | Mrs Ar thur Lloyd Newman, ot N,• %  •, v i r City. Miss Newman was gra I from the Brearley School York City and attend) .1 versity of Colorado, Her fiance graduate University of Florida in | 157 >s now living n Atlanta. Ga h is vice president ol 1 ,. Southern Compa lies, Inc A Ma) wedding iplar Ccro! Barroccs Eyes June Rives Mrs. Ann Barroi ?s, ol '. Beach, and Sam Barroca< York, anr.ou cc the en a %  • %  their dau jhler, Carol 1 Charles Schulman, ?cn 1 Mrs. Harry Schul ••;. Lira Gables The future bid1 of Miami B e a c h s %  vhere fhe v. as a member 11 nal Hoi or Soc'ety, Mali ensic League, and Octet 1 rvu Club Mr. .Schulman. a gradi al University of Miami, was ber ol the National Ra li ion Society. Alpha Ep ill 1 member of the Universltj ami Band of the Hour, and 111 Sj mphonj Orchestra. He is presently assistant vicpresideni of Biaoayne F < d e r %  Savings and Loan Assn. The couple plans a June 3 ding. 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Tl Page 18-A ImlHi fhriciirir Friday. March 9, iggj Rabbis Urge Unity in Red Contacts New ofiicers of the Tolner Social Club are seated 'left to right) Sam Rappaport. reelected president, and Anne Otchet, secretary. Standing (left to right) are Max Fierman. treasurer: I.vcy Orlick, social chairman; and Ncthan Budat, v-ce Dr'sident. The Tolner Social Club is composed of former residents of Tolner in Kiev. Russia. Not shown is Joseph Fine. Isiaei projects chairman of the club. Dissention Mounts in Mapsi Over New Fiscal Arrangement JERUSALEM—(JTA>—The central committee of the Mapai, raelV dominant party, met lor ; %  second time this week amid erouinj indications ol dissension in the party I ader. an a roll,n badis, is asked in a sf ; ement ->ucd h.s week by the Rabbini:al < in. ly. (cniral body oi Conser.i> %  I'ubl-.S id .hoc cin : lu'.v every na j. ial i v .-. organization acts on mvia, i"-*uiug proaouncements meUmes conlr i ting one ano'h; %  corfi-ing u ry.ne and helping ,, cm ," Rabbi K ..J r d Sandrow. -: en ol the Assembly, -a>d. dre BI enlion :c a call he made iiring last yi ar's convention ol the ibbinical Aembly requesting Ihe iviil G i : :| t!,> -' i .1 'Ishrnen %  formal t:' item ,'.i:i. n lups be *e ; % %  JVSW sh reliiou con -;:!•-:.i and imilar c unni niti in o hei i i n ies, .-.. i •! to he reiat! "..-hp> h ch h a \ <• b %  i>". nl Ij .'>:atv shed be we^-n some of th.> i iir .-. .!i i hunii 's in Ru ->a and h i orld i i I "i Churches. The statement of the Rabini'.I Al..-i>iOiy Uijid rUI me • r.iorican J?w sh religious community reqi est the Russian OJV•> nment tc '• vl e ar o'.'i"al delegation i i :i essnting the / n:ay^e Council of America to i ct wi'h the religtaui leaders f -.he Rus is ,> •. I co ..mjni. y, pra"ei:rg hi several visits f lei tts >.f r-3 r.J* o \ CourtKidnapper' Will Appeal LONDON [JTAl — The Divisional Court, presided over i>> Lord Parker ol Waddington, Lord Chiel Justice ol Englan I, upheld this week the right ol the Government of Israel to demand the extradition of Shalom Shtarkes. 22-yearold Israeli religious leacher. The latter, held in a London prison without bail since last August, is charged with having kidnapped his nephew. 10-year-old Yosseie shumacher. because Yossele's par &f litfeared the child would not receive an education sufficientlj based in traditional Orthodoxy. U the %  %  • % %  • held i Prime Mil %  -'• r D .lerusali "i • ffice Pinai %  Vfii E hkol -. .in por:c t have w • • %  hi part; < il'e n UP %  un!es the part> ai d th* Ilista li Is I i ab.ir %  eration. full; %  I the i ;w pi i\ t he re He sa"' Ihe narty a r i fie federation mutt display a f'rm stand %  .'•3inst partisan pressures, instead ol the curre't situaiion in which each grcupir.g — reo resenting farmers, industrial workers, uiban labor councils — was pressing "its own narrow interests" and not considering the country's economy as a whole. He warned specifically against any action to ircrajse the cost-of living allowance rrw instead of waiting until July, the fixed date for adjustments in the cost-of-living index to which allowances were linked. Sharp criticism u a %  aimed a '.< ; .(iui Avodah. a coa'ition part ner, which voted for the new pol cj in Israel's Parliament, i)'.;: which. ;i was charged at tie mee Mi. waa actua.ly joining wnh '.ru >ppo>ition I.I obstructing its im ^fomentation. The left-wing partj application for hail All( \ publicly demanded, shortly The case came before the court on an application by Shtarkes' defense for a writ of habeas corpus, claiming that Israel had no jurisdiction over Jerusalem, where the crime is alleged to have occurred. Rejecting an loi Shtarkes, the court remanded the young teacher back to Briton Prison, permitting the defense to Lords. YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We can answer your phone in your own name. Less than 55 par weak for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 cil cf Churches and the World Council of Churches with their ( hristian counterparts in the Soviet Union." The Synagogue Council is the rabbinical and -ororegalional organization of the Orthodox, Conservative and Reform movements in America. Rabbi Sandrow snggested that •he Synagogue Council of America ake the initiative; that it invite r presentatives of all major Jewish organizations who arc concerned ..i:li the Russian Jewi: communiy Lo meet informally, and without anfare. "to discuss on a regular asis all developments and inciten s affecting the Russian Jewish immunity, and what would be ';•; %  to do. or refrain from doing. der the circumstances He -aid hwas not ready to enr into [he con'roversy whether I'b'ic protests are helpful to the "•-%  MI Jewish community; his n opinion is that they are not. il this has nothing to do with his 'irMs. he said—thai "we ought to make a concerted effort to establish more communication between ifter devaluation u:. %  aunoui 11 %  ast Feb. 9 that such allowances >e immediately i n c r e %  < t e d lor workers However, the court stated it %  would grant an application for an Sisterhood Notes PVfffll early hearing before the House of Lords, so that shtarkes would noi Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood prebe imprisoned any longer than senled "You are There." In comnecessary. Yos-ele's grandfather, niemoration of the coming i'u.'im elderly Nachman Shtarkes. is in holiday. 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