The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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llfewjislli Ftaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY

Volume 35 Number 11
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 16. 1962
Three Sections Price 20*

HAP JUST RETIRED
Alexander Kahn,
'Forward' Mgr.,
Dead at Age 80
\F.\\ YORK (JTA) Alex-
ander Kahn. prominent American
Jewish leader and for many years
general manager of the Jewish
Daily Forward, died here Sunday
night at the age of 80. He had re-
tired from his post on the Forward
several weeks ago.
Born in Smolensk, Russia, he
came to the United States in 1893.
He received a Bachelor of Laws
degree from New York University
in 1903 and became one of Ameri-
ra's leading labor lawyers. He
was a member of the New York
Lawyer; Association and of the
Washington Bar Association.
A founder of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, he was one of the
vice chairmen of the world-wide
Jewish relief organiation. He was
; Iso a director of the United Was
Service, the Workmen's Circle, the
National Labor Committee for Is-
rael, and active in many other Jew-
ish and civic organiaztions. He was
also a founder and vice president
of the Liberal Party.
Deeply interested in Labor
Zionism, he was a member of the
administrative committee of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine un-
der the League of Nations. He
was also a trustee of the Pales-
tine Economic Corporation. To.
gether with his wife, Sarah, he
visited Israel soon after the es-
tablishment of the state, where
Continued on Page 5-A
'DOING MY BEST/ ROCKEFELLER SAYS
Sabbath Law Hope Soars
GOV. ffOCKEFEUER
. suitable basis
War Danger
Down -- B G
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
danger of war against Israel "has
greatly receded during the past
five years," Premier David Ben-
Gurion said here addressing a re-
gional defense meeting of the
Southern Command somewhere in
the Negev. He attributed this to the
greater deterrent power of Is-
j rael's defense forces and the de-
velopment and settlement of the
j Negev." He added that there was
. nevertheless "no guarantee that
i the present quiet will continue."
(In London, the Sunday Tele-
graph reported that the Soviet Gov-
ernment is negotiating with the
United Arab Republic and with
Iran for the supply of guided mis-
siles, especially of the SA-2 type
By Special Report
ALBANYHopes for "fair Sab-
bath" legislation that would ex-
empt Orthodox Jews and other Sab-
batarians from New York State's
compulsory Sunday closing law
soared here following a statement
by Gov. Rockefeller to an Ameri-
can Jewish Congress delegation
that he was trying to find a basis
for passage of a measure this year
that would permit storekeepers to
remain open on Sunday if they ob-
served another day as their Sab-
bath.
At the same time. Chairman Ju-
lius Volker, of the State Assembly
Codes Committee, informed the
American Jewish Congress that a
public hearing would be held on
Fair Sabbath proposals Wednes-
day. The hearing was to be the
first dealing with Sunday law ex-
emptions to be held by a Legisla-
tive committee since 1933.
Leo Pfeffer, general counsel of
the American Jewish Congress
and counsel for the Joint Com-
mittee for a Fair Sabbath Law,
said Gov. Rockefeller's state-
ment, combined with the decision
to hold a public hearing, gave
ground for "greater optimism
than at any time in recent years
that some legislative relief would
be afforded Orthodox Jews, Sev-
enth-day Adventists and others
who are penalized by the law that
restricts labor and commercial
activity on Sunday."
He said efforts were now being
made to have each of the 14 mem-
ber-organizations of the Joint Com-
mittee for a Fair Sabbath Law tes-
tify at the hearing. A mass dele-
gation of supporters of the bill :s
being organized to arrive in Al-
bany in time to attend the hearing,
Mr. Pfeffer said.
Gov. Rockefeller's comment on
Fair Sabbath legislationthe first
public statement he has issued on
the matterwas made to Howard
M. Squadron, chairman of the New
York Metropolitan Council of the
American Jewish Congress, in a
meeting in the Governor's cham-
bers in Albany.
"I am doing my best to find the
basis for passage of some legisla-
tion," the Governor replied when
asked by Mr. Squadron to state his
position on proposed Sunday-law
exemptions for Orthodox Jews and
oiher Sabbatarians.
Such proposals have been bo-
Continued on Page 16-A
European Parliamentary Unit Urges
Common Market to Accept Israel

Continued on Page 13-A
Dr. Goldmann Cites Threat
To Jewish Survival Today
TO BE TURNED OOWM? PAGE 15-A
BRUSSELS(JTA)A decision insisting on the necessity for find-
ing a formula under which Israel could establish a link with the Euro-
pean Common Market was adopted here by the foreign trade commis-
sion of the European Parliamentary Assembly.
The decision was taken after
Economic Community's foreign re-
lations department reported on the
state of the current negotiations
between Israel and the ECM. M.
Rey indicated the difficulties en-
countered and said that they are
A number of members of Bel-
gium's Senate, representing both
the Socialist Party and the Catho-
lic bloc, also voiced strong ap-
proval here for a link between
Israel and the European Common
Boston Nixes
Nazi's Rally;
Barry Angry
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caused by the political situation in Market. The subject came up in
MEXICO CITY (JTA) The;
effect of social revolution and the
danger of assimilation today pose|
the most serious threats to Jewish
survival. Dr. Nahum Goldmann,,
president of the World Jewish Con-
gress, told Jew ish leaders gathered |
here for the WJC's first Mexico-
Central American Caribbean re-
gional conference. He called for
the fullest possible cooperation of
the region's communities through
the World Jewish Congress in or-
der that Jewry might "cope with
IMPORTANT DISCOVERY
Scholar Finds
A 'New' Psalm
LONDON (JTA) The first
English translation of one of the
five psalms recently found in a;
Dead Sea Scrolls, an Ode to Zion,,
was made public this week by the |
Palestine Archaeological Museum;
in Jordan. The psalm had been,
previously unknown.
The delicate task of unrolling,
studying and deciphering the scroll..
found with other parchments in a
cave in 1956, was handled by Dr.
J. A. Sanders, professor of Old
Testament at the Colgate-Rochester
Continued on Page 6-A
its grave problems and secure its
survival."
Dr. Goldmann addressed a public
session of the conference in the
Jewish Sports Club attended by
representatives of ten communi-
ties, as well as by about 1,000 mem-
bers of the Mexican Jewish com-
munity. Among the communities
represented were Costa Rica, the
Dominican Republic. El Salvador,
Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, Nic-
aragua, Panama, Surinam and Ven-
ezuela. The conference also heard
a demand voiced by Yehuda Eb-
stein, of New York, executive di-
rector of the North American ex-
ecutive, that Interpol, the Inter-
national Police Organization, place
Nazi criminals still at large high
on its wanted list.
In his address, Dr. Goldmann
said that there had been radical
changes in the Jewish position
as compared with the last cen-
tury, or even until the middle of
the 20th century. Then the three
main issues, all of which had lost
their significance or had changed
in character, had been: 1. The
fight against anti-Semitism and
the denial of esual rights; 2. Al-
leviating the miserable conditions
in which millions of Jews had
existed; 3. The struggle for the
establishment of the Jewish
homeland.
the Middle East.
He expressed the view that a so-1
lution can be found by reliance on
certain provisions of the Treaty of!
Rome under which the European]
Common Market was established.
These provisions refer to commer-
cial policies of member countries
and to the definition of a common
commercial policy.
the Senate as the body debated
a measure giving the Belgian
Government's approval for an as-
sociation between the Common
Market and Greece.
Sen. Duviesart, a Catholic, told
the Senate that the question of an
Israel link to the Euromart was
Continued on Page 10-A
BOSTON (JTA) -
agement of the Boston
week turned down a
George Rockwell, lea
American Nazi Party,
to rent the facility for
week. Arena officials
well that "it was not
The man-
Arena this
request by
der of the
who sought
a rally next
told Rock-
available."
Jewish emancipation, Dr. Gold-
mann said, had been achieved in
Continued on Page 7-A
San Diego College Planning
Hearing into Rockwell Fracas
SELF STYLED NAZI ASSAULTED PAGE 12-A
SAN DIEGO, Cal.(JTA) San
Diego State College officials indi-
cated this week they planned a
hearing on the incident in which
a Brooklyn Jewish student attend-
ing a forum addressed by George
Rockwell punched the Nazi on the
jaw.
The blow, delivered by Edward
Cherry, a 22-year-old physical ed-
ucation major, touched off a melee
in which one of Rockwell's two
"storm troopers" knocked the
Brooklyn youth down with a flying
tackle and was in turn tackled by
a group of students who rushed up
to the stage.
The student audience also greet-
ed Rockwells anti-Semitic re-
marks with a barrage of eggs.
The jeering students attacked
Rockwell's car, breaking a win-
dow and denting It, before police
were able to clear a path so that
the Naxi and his followers were
able to get into it and drive away.
College officials indicated they
were convinced that the student
was "sincere and n o t a trouble-
maker." One official said he wish
ed the students had sat "in stone
cold silence" while Rockwell was
delivering his anti-Semitic speech,
but added that he guessed this was
"too much to hope for in normal
college kids."
Rockwell was invited to the col-
lege by the Committee for Student
Action, a group dedicated to free-
dom of speech. Some 2.000 stu-
dents turned out to hear him. Dr.
Ernest O'Bryne. college vice pres-
ident, said Rockwell "spoke openly
Continued on Page 16-A
Pro-Nazi and anti-Semitic pick-
ets meanwhile distributed circu-
lars in New York, denouncing
"Jewish Kosher Conservatives."
near Madison Square Garden, while
inside the large auditorium a large
rally of right-wing adherents num-
bering 18.000 hailed Sen. Barry
Goldwater. of Arizona, "as a possi-
ble Republican candidate for the
Presidency in 1964."
Sen Goldwater. addressing the
rally, condemned the propaganda
.-jpread by the anti-Semitic pickets.
He told the meeting:
"Nazi Party pickets are passing
out notices for a meeting at which
they say people can learn that all
major Jewish groups fear and hate
resurgence of American patriotism.
Let me say, as a man who is half-
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Cedars of Lebanon Maps Stepped-Up
Development Program to Finish Hospital
Trustees in the receiving line at a Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital reception honoring new staff members are (left to right'
Morris Lomaskin, Joseph Garfield, Stanley Wolff. Mrs. Her-
bert Gelernter, Mrs. Harry Riter and Herbert Gelernter. More
than 200 physicians and hospital officers and trustees heard
development fund chairman E. Albert Pallot announce that
the 1962 drive would open this month tor completion c- ._=
hospital.
Cedar? of Lebanon Hospit.,
week disclosed its timetable Eor
a stepped-up development program
to inisli>-enstriietion of the
tilth an I sixth floors
tal.
Pries i -v -... S p
the spring fur raising
will rx i
lot, Miam
civic
Emil Gould Sooth F a- di
builder-deveioper. who has ac-
cepted chairmjr-ihis of a Ceda'i
dinner on Apr. 23. Mid he owc'i
',000 persons o turn out to hea
an address bv U.S. See-e'a- a'
H3ath, Educate and We 'a-*
Abraham R.oico**.
: .- Th ira i> I irs i
tors met to hear
gram plans I r the Apr. .- ,
The Women's Auxiliary :
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r Mr- N'attlmlel '......
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Go/dwater Angered by Slur cfJews
Continued from Page 1-A
Jewish, 1 resent that. 1 don't re-
n.i nber ever having known a Jew
who wasn't a patriot."
LET'S MAKE ISRAEL
ECONOMICALLY SECURE
BUY THE SAHS1 BONOS
ISRAEL BONDS and
GIVE TO THE CJA
MAYSHIt WIlOBtRG
Evidence cf religious and racial
discrimination practiced by clubs
in New England, and reports of
anti-Semitic literature being dis-
seminated in the Western part of
the state, were meanwhile given
in Boston to a meeting of the
board of directors of the New
England region of B'nai B'rith
Anti-Defamation League.
Analyzing the ADL> recent na-
tional survey of club discrimina-
tion. Morton R. Godine. of Broo
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ine. told I
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[sadoi VDL's
right-, staff, reporl
had 'ven wide listrl
materials In the ar i if
...: : Springfield, H
::, No: .'-.han ; \ ill n the West
ern part >: Massachusetts The
material, he said, bore the imprint
of the American Nazi Party He
also reported on the activities jf
"radical rightwirtg" groups in New
England Leon J. Kowal. jf New -
ton, was chau I
pledged an additional $150,000
>. I the building fun I
A breakfast meeting will be held
I home, 7350 Ponce tie*
rd.. on Sunda) to select hon-
.irs >: .: "Red Carpet
This will be com-
- ip ol leading citi-
ls ol local endeavor
-. hosts during the
y Ribicoff in Miami
. a. ::
VI : Women's Auxili-
iry .....ate .i "Tour du
trips through the
men's clubs and
.....ons
Mrs '. ted that 16 local
sp msor Hafvest-roT-
ffees in the next 60 days.
#ttefe t h e cornucopia of com-
.,.:..,. generosity -an pour forth
Mds ipply beds, modern medi-
.i i id : 'arch pro
amilies of Dade
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Mrs Ire Novak w ill hosl i
I Mindello
lables. on Mar 26 The
irs Au> hedi led I
" : :- lar -.....
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Pick r; up stam, the full com-
- rM ~- rna president's dinner
* si ;,ests of Mr. and Mrs.
Stmgl T. Sapiro at a social and
~j "ce at their Coral Gables home
tfi 4p 1, and final arrangements
je outlined for the reception
and President's Dinner on Apr,
n.
The calendar also calls for a tra
ditional Friday night dinner on Apr.
27 in Secretary Ribicotfs honor.
and several social events during
the month of May. including wom-
en's coffees and a dinner at Tem-
ple Beth Am in mid-May.
"Terlars of Lebanon Hospital is
a community hospital built to hel;-
everyone, regardless of race, reli-
gion or economic position." Sapir i
pointed out. "It is our communr y
responsibility to help build this
stitution so it can be prepaid! -
save lives when the emeri
prises, I call upon everyone
his share in this vital und

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Page 3-A
WILLIAMS Af>TE
Hospital Unit
Appoints Apte
Appointment of R. Williams
,- chairman of the campaign
i of National Children's Car
Hospital has been announced
by Leo Robinson, president of
b< ard of governors of the nation-
ally-known free hospital devoted !o
the diagnosis and treatment of
rheumatic and congenital heart
disease in children.
Apte, long a member and vice
president of the board of gover-
ns*] chairman of the finance
committee; is active in real
and investment circles.
In announcing the campaign
cabinet to play a key role in the
fund-raising program coordinated
by general campaign chairman
Lee Ratner. Robinson also named
two vice chairmen: George ('wiry
financier, and Joseph A. Oarfield.
founder of Miami Bottled Gas.
National Children'-- Cardiac Hos-
pital, with new facilities alreadj
nder construction in the Metro-
politan Medical Center, has set a
I of $3,000,0(10 to meet
11 ids of new construction and the
planned expansion of services in
research and treatment for heart
diseases in children.
North Shore BB
And JNF Will
Honor Wilson
Ezra Finegold, chairman of the
Jewish National Fund organiza-
tion activities committee, this
week announced that the JNF will
honor Jack Wilson through the
North Shore B'nai B'rith Lodge.
The event will take place on Mar.
29 in the Jade room of the Fon-
tainebleau hotel, at which time
Wilson will be presented with a
Grove of 1,000 Trees planted in his
name in Israel, which was raised
"in tribute to his dedication and
devotion to B'nai B'rith civic and
communal activities.''
Wilson has served North Shore
Ledge as financial secretary,
treasurer, vice president and
president. He was chairman of
a number of important lodge
committees and editor of its Bul-
letin.
Wilson is a pasl treasurer of the
Florida Stale Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodge- and currently serves
, n giona) vice president. In 1959
To Establish Medical Center
Kupat Holim and the M i a m i
Business and Professional Council
of Histadrut have jointly under
taken to establish a modern med-
ical center in the Negev. at an
estimated cost of $200,000.
Plans call for departments for
pediatrics, pathology, physiother-
apy and X-ray. plus a pharmacy,
blood bank and rooms for general
practitioners.
Kupat Holim presently maintains
a network of 18 major hospitals
and some 1.000 clinics which care
for 75 percent of Israel's popula-
tion, with doctors, nurses and tech-
nicians supplied by Kupat Holim.
Serving on the steering eom-
and I960. Wilson was chairman of
- ii i --ful conventions held by
the Florida-State Federation here.
lie holds many awards from the
lodge, as well as the S'.ate Federa-
tion and District Grand Lodge 5.
He is also a member of the board
<;f trustees of t h e B.'nai B'rith
Foundation of the U S.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-El. will be guest speaker.
Miss Cammelia Kerner. young con-
ceit -oprano. will present musical
selections.
mittee for Greater Miami Med-
ical Center in the Negev are
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Dr. Irving
Lehrman, Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
Harry Gordon, Max Hecht, Jacob
Rifkin and Dr. Julian Rickles.
A permanent plaque on th>
premises of the medical center
will bear the names of Greater
Miami donors.
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami will hold its third
annual Seder at the Coronet hotel
on Apr. 22.
In honor of the Kupat Holim
Golden Jubilee, a noted emissary
of the State of Israel will addrc--
the Seder gathering, and a musical
program by Cantor Charles Shel-
don Kodner will be presented.
tmma Lazarus Hadassah
Emma Lazarus uroiip of Hadas-
sah will meet at Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium. 1133 Normandy
dr Miami Beach, next Monday
ram will include a
Youth Alyah film entitled "Yosef "
Purim Play
And Barbeque
Mrs. Henry Gilbert, chairman of
the PTA of Congregation Yehudah
Moshe, announces that the students
of Popiel Religious school will pre
sent a play, depicting the festival
of Purim. at Popiel Hall. Sunday,
al 10:30 a.m.
The play will be preceded by a
costume parade, with an award
given td the best costume.
Following the skit, a barbeque
luncheon will be held on the Tem-
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Friday, March 16, 1962
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Assault on Education
A youthful Brooklyn %
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v. ew the sad c. :1 is
I .,-... like are pre-
.: \-.e Rockwells among
us consistently hope to encourage.
For it is behind the disguise
of sporadic outbursts of public
disorder that the militant-minded
subdue the democratic way of life
and take over.
Nevertheless, if it had to hap-
pen, the Brooklyn youth's way
with Rockwell was a welcome
comic relief from all the serious
consideration the U.S. Nazi "bigwig" has of
late been receiving. We must, however, add
parenthetically that we hope it doesn't happen
again.

Is the State of Virginia's approach to the
problem any better? The Legislature there is
now in the process of revoking Rockwell's Nazi
Party charter.
The move certainly indicctes good inten-
tions, but it is a common truism that govern-
ments can't legislate evil out of existence. More
than this is needed if Rockwell and his hench-
men ere to diseppear from the American scene.
Education is, of course, the best way to
deal with bigotry in any form; and the specifics
c: bigotry are never as important as the funda-
mental lessen we must all learn: Why do men
hate? What motivates them to want to do harm
to their fellow-men?
Get at the answers to these questions, and
v.-e will have made of the fortress of prejudice
ir. all its iorrr.s a sand barrier easily amenable
to the final cssault of intelligence. For the an-
swers will shew that different forms of bigotry
ere really minor variants of a single disease.
Thus it is that those who dislike Jews in all
likelihood also dislike Negroes, that interrelig-
ious enmities breed class enmities, that nation-
al antipathies suggest the willingness to do
violence against the general social order of
man.
Having recognized that the State of Vir-
ginia's current legislative moves against
George Lincoln Rockwell show good intentions,
may we also suggest that Virginia's assault
upon its public school system as a means of
circumventing the integration rule of the Su-
preme Court of the United States demonstrates
the revoking of the Rockwell charter to be a
vain and purposeless gesture?
Legislating Rockwell out of business is
naive if the same governing body lawlessly
denies its people the right to a free elementary
education because in some cases Negro and
white Americans will be seated side by side in
the same classrooms. For where, indeed, does
hatred begin and hatred end?
*XV*>
to destroy the Jewish people. The Book of
Esther, known to us as the Megillah, highlights
Haman's downfall and the triumph of human
dignity.
There is a lesson here for Jews of the pres-
ent. In our own nation. Godless bigots are
busily at work even now, setting race against
race and people against people. Taking their
cue from tyrants of the past, they are perform-
ing their evil works in the name of God.
What these bigots never seem to learn is
that the end of hatred bears bitter fruit. Emul-
ating the tyrants of the Megillah in every re-
spect, they will surely come to the same end
of Hcman and of all Kamans who followed
him in subsequent history.
Tribute to Mr. Fisher
The Jewish National Fund Council cf
Greater Miami will pay tribute to Mendel N.
Fisher next Wednesday evening at the Fon-
:;leau hotel.
The Jewish community here will thus be
joining Jews across the nation in their tributes
to Mr. Fisher on the occasion of his recent re-
tirement as national executive director of JNF.
Twenty-eight years is a long time for any
man in any position. Over a period of 28 years,
Mr. Fisher has dedicated himself to the pur-
poses of the Jewish National Fund to the
gathering of funds for land reclamation in Is-
rael, for the planting of forests there, for the
rebirth of the country's neglected sands into
the green pastures and fields of Israeli pro-
ductivity.
Twenty-eight years is near half a lifetime.
Thus it is that for just about half his own life-
time, Mr. Fisher has worked through JNF to
help achieve these ends.
The End of All Hamans
The story of Purim is based on the Book
of Esther, which deals with the efforts of
Haman, bigot and arch anti-Semite of his day,
to compel everyone to do homage to him.
When Mordecai declares that he can do
homage to no one except God, Haman decides
Today's 'Grand' Gesture
Two former Nazi physicians were severely
sentenced in court several weeks ago for crimes
they committed during the Hitler era.
Literally, before the "convicts" could be
escorted from the court by their guards, the
judge commuted the sentences. He explained
his curious action this way: The poor little
Nazis have already suffered so much that
carrying out his own verdict would simply be
unfair to them.
As we see it, this is denazification in the
grand manner. And it appears that the Ger-
man attitude is these days becoming grander
by the minute.
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during (he week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
T WAS all arranged -weeks
in advance. Some favored
friends were to visit last Sat-
urday evening. I had been
looking forward to the easy
relaxation and the never-end-
ing talk about music. Then
JFK floated into town. Some-
where high in the clouds of
soulful reverie. I received the
f : message faintly at first. In
the beginning, it was a vague
restlessness I felt, which took the form of barely palpable reaction to
the increasing frequency of news releases concerning the President's
proposed itinerary and program of responsibility ht:i .
I always find this kind of thing distasteful because personality
rerjorting is made at the sacrifice of far n n portant column
co\erase: and so. a< a matter of course, I tried to maintain the
:ice between me and the .-tir of circumstance. F..,; it was all
vain: I km -t from thi ii rung that n:> S ly ni it ai
talk music the wake of tl Horny Fit i
By near mid-week, were cam n i!"
it on : i tl i r made. T.
follov ed i phone < alls to ;
Secui name ol execul I >r
V'hat is tl of his v i u re : -
mad i.
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K Sen. hers, in whose ho: thi
ostensi ly bin i :
tical praisi n thi Senator has alierl vote!
down a goodly shart of thi I resident's legislative program for
gr< ss during the past half-year or so?
But never mind that. Who couid think of such serious things at
a festive occasion, when gaiety and laughter were meant to be the
order of the evening? A wise colleague, for a moment sinfully serious
himself, wisely explained the dilemma my speculation raised: "Poli-
tics."' he suggested, "make strange bedfellows." Stunned by this kind
of straightforward rationale, no less than by the magnificence of the
thought. I could respond with no equally wise rejoinder save to
compound the complexity of my initial consideration by an even
more profound reminder: "And Sen. Smathtrs," I recalled, "is a
JFK confidant to boot.'1
4 SUDDtM MANIflSTAVON Of HISTORY
UUE STOOD shoulder-to shoulder in our chore as aisle-makers. Some-
" how. the number of bedazzling women, gowned and jeweled to
kill, increased in our midst to form two new lines before us. A long-
time journalist, assigned to follow the President in his travels across
the nation, explained easily and somewhat unkindly the sudden pro-
liferation of non-authorized, feminine onlookers. Thi.-. he tied to the
profusion of out-of-state congressmen and lieutenani governors in the
exquisitely packed ballroom beyond us.
A photographer. in a conci it 11 complaint, fa ally described
to all the view his 135 mm lens n ade of a plum] icting
the line of fire. The influx ity sheriffs I as well, to tor-
al proportions, all ; I firmly shovinj rearwai I Th<
rature jumped b) i rpa ha I
well* d to ini lude n u tfa i Ihe Fourth Estate.
Jim Fa a by now tin w son
campaign literature to rei emerged n n tei
soles high abov< thi groui I ai | Idling to ci a foothold, t
husky poli< emen es : rne from tl iron
Defeated in a bnel hampion Jerr; :. he was
ling a re *ake cameras and I
bull -.
The wail to as Mr. Kenm kled into
midst, his slits "i eyes pern the i &bout him in <
kind of n probii The reacti unmistak
the pal] m catapulted into he mid
tory not yet num.
ra iNfAuiEiuiY of Msrwrs tots
there is A selfcontaii r of breeding the Pr
It quivers in lh< set ol th nt of his
and even in the boundless bob of his sandy hairline. He walks
near-floating fashion perhaps on prescription fiom his White House
physician. His demeanor demands that he be taken seriously -
aftermath of photos of him here in loafers, tee-shirt, and comfol
khakis notwithstanding.
He has personally grappled with Khrushchev. I thought, confer-
red with Macmillan, listened to Adenauer, heard the whine of de Gaulle
and would yet slug it out some more. In him lies perhaps the
destiny of mankind, this youth to whose own destiny history was
being particularly tender.
He said nothing Saturday night, which seemed sad, for the Pres-
ident should always say something even when he must engage in
politicking on a state level. To be told that he was delighted to be
in Miami Beach "with Gov. Bryant, under whose leadership (Flor-
ida) has moved steadily forward." was to be told no more than
what could be found in Mr. Kennedy's vow that in the "monumental"
space effort, "the contribution of the State of Florida will be second
to none."
Would there be memories of my broken Saturday evening, the
FBI-Security phone calls, the long hot vigil, the proliferation of per-
fumed ladies all as prelude to the President before us in the ante-
chamber for the press? Yesespecially of the invocation later by the
Rt. Rev. Msgr. Barry, who invited "good Baptists and Methodists to
visit St. Patrick's tomorrow morning" also tendering with great
hesitancy a separate but equal invitation to "Israh-alc is." said in lie*
of Jews, a word over which he seemed to gag. and which he could
not retch up from his restricted throat.
The President attended Mass at St. Joseph's on Sunday. Men
bound to the destiny of brilliant stars are frequently infallible even
in their most minor decisions.
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Friday, March IS. 1962
Jewlst ncridiari
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Miami JNF Council Plans Testimonial
For Mendel Fisher Here Next Wednesday
Jewish National Fund of Greater years, he has contributed widely to
Miami will honor Mendel N, Fisher
at an inaugural supper on Wednes-
day evening. Mar. 21, at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. .
Fisher recently retired as na-
tional executive director of JNF
after 28 years in thai post, lie was
honored several weeks ago at a
function in New York City.
Congratulator- messages were
read ;! the New York function
from President Kennedy, Vice
President Johnson and from the
President, Prime Minister, and
1 reign Mini-to:- jf Israel.
Recegniied a om of the out-
standing Zionis* leaders and
fund-raisers on behalf of Israel
in this country, during his ex-
ecutive directorship of the Jew-
ish National Fund, Fisher assist-
ed in the mobilization of some
$200,0000,000 for the redemption,
reclamation and afforestation of
the land of Israel.
Previously, he served as co-di-
rector of the United Israel Appeal.
He is a member of the board of the
United Israel Appeal, and also a
member of the executive of the
Zionist Organization of America.
At the last Zionist Congress held in
Jerusalem, Fisher was named a
deputy member jf the Zionist Ac-
tions Committee, in which capaci-
ty he served for a number of years.
Fisher, who na.s made many trips
to Israel, was the first American
in the Negev during the armistice.
He has traveled throughout the
United States, and visited many
European countries as well as
Cuba and Mexico.
A noted journalist for many
the English Jewish press. For
more than a decade, he was an
editorial correspondent of the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency.
"Possessed of a magnetic and
dynamic personality, Fisher was
instrumental in attracting to the
cause of Zionism, the upbuilding of
Israel and the Jewish National
Fund many prominent Jewish and
non-Jewish writers and political
personalities in the United States."
L< on I. Ell, president of the Great-
er Miami JNF council, revealed
this.
Prior to Fisher's most recent
trip to Israel, the Miami delega-
tion which attended the testimon-
ial in his honor in New York,
conferred with Fisher regarding
a major project in the Negev
which the Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami is planning to
establish in the near future.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
MF.N0CL FISHER
Ell said Wednesday that the ar-
rangements for the testimonial
here on Mar. 21 have been com-
pleted. The supper, which will be
served at 9:30 p.m., is strictly
kosher.
Alexander Kahn, Forward Mgr.,
Dead in New York at Age 80
Dinner Social Planned
Abe Horrowitz Post. 682, Jewish
War Veterans, will have a dinner
social for all members and their
guests Thursday, Mar. 22, 7 p.m.,
in the Unified bldg.
Continued from Page 1-A
he was honored by the Histadrut,
Israel's Federation of Labor. Ho
was a personal friend of Israel's
President Izhak Ben-Zvi and of
Premier David Ben-Gurion. Last
year, he was presented with a
silver-bound Bible by the Israel
Government for his efforts on be-
half of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion in America.
Mr. Kahn was known as "the
East Side Ambassador to the Up-
town Jews" because of his out-
standing contributions in bringing
the views of immigrant Jews to
leaders of American Jewry who
knew little of the mentality of lm-
Reader Critical of Easy
Acceptance of Pope's Aims
migrants from Eastern Europe. He
played a tremendous role in de-
veloping better understanding be-
tween various groups in American
Jewry.
Mr. Kahn was also a corporation
officer of the WEVD radio station,
a founder and officer of the New
Leader magazine, and the author of
a number of pamphlets on Social-
ism and economics. On his last
birthday, Mr. Kahn received a
portfolio of letters from prominent
persons which included a greeting
from President Kennedy. He also
received from Mayor Robert F.
Wagner, at City Hall, a citation for
distinguished service to the city.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Why are some of us so thrilled
that Pope John XXIII has deleted
anti-Jewish references from por-
tions of the Catholic liturgy? Does
this mean that Catholic anti-Semi-
tism is on the decline? I think not.
For thousands of years we Jews
ere labeled as "Christ-killers."
Even the so-called "betrayer" of
the Nazarene had the convenient
name of Judas, a derivative ot Ju-
dah or Jew. A few erasures from
Catholic prayer books won't re-
move this attitude from the mind
of the devout New Testament-read-
ing Catholic.
It is especially annoying to
hear Jews apologizing for the
Nazarene's death. The newest
approach both from Christian
and Jew is that "we musn't con-
demn the whole Jewish people
for the sins of their 'Christ-killing'
ancestors, the Pharisees."
Beware! First, the basic phili-
sophy of monotheism is that the
one God is spirit. How. then, does
He take form? Second, this God
who takes no form and subsequent-
ly cannot be killed, rules supreme.
He has no son or co-ruler. Not only
does the New Testament state that
God took the form of a man, but
that this "man-God" was killed by
the Pharisees, who are portrayed
as stingy hypocrites.
But we know the Pharisees as
our spiritual and physical ances-
tors; the transmitters of our Torah;
the very Torah stating that God
is one, that He and only He rules
without a son and partner; and that
He takes no form. The New Testa-;
ment viciously and contemptuously
! derides the Pharisees, protectors of
I the traditional law.
As a New York minister recently
remarked, "The basic document of
anti-Semitism is the New Testa-
ment." Christianity as it is, aside
from its theological differences,
can never become a spiritual part-
ner of Judaism.
PERRY CIMENT
Miami Beach

EDITOR, The Jewish Floric'ian:
The column by Leo Mind
the Mar. 2 issue of The Jewish
Floridian about the Israel Bond
national inaugural dinner
very good reading.
To stand up as a gesture of
honor and respect for Ambassador
Comay would have been most de-
serving: but to fail to do so and
then stand up for some actors, I
agree, is an insult.
It takes a lot of good judgment
to have seen this, and Leo Mind-
lin certainly has it.
MRS. MINNIE SOLOMON
Miami Beach
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Simonhoff Talks j
On Civil War '
Harry Simonhoff author, lecturer
and world-traveler, was to appear
at a meeting Thursday evening of
the Lebediker Branch of Farband.
Simonhoff was to discuss "Jew-
ish Participation in the American
Civil War."
Program was also to include mu-
sical selections by Joseph Malek,
attorney of Miami Beach. Goldea
Book Certificates were to be pre-
sented to Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
Parness on the occasion of their
golden anniversary.


A Message from the President of the United States
THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON, D. C.
1
I am happy to send greetings to the Annual Bnai Zion
Dinner honoring Mr. Mendel N. Fisher, retiring Executive
Director of the Jewish National Fund. I recall with pleasure
the splendid affair at which you honored me several
ye3rs ago.
The Jewish National Fund contributed to an inspiring
concept. Since the State of Israel has become a reality, the
Jewish National Fund has continued to assume creative and
challenging tasks. The goal of transforming arid wastes into
habitable, fertile and productive soil is a job that should serve
as an example to all nations. We look with favor and
admiration on all such efforts to raise the levels of potential
productivity for the betterment of mankind.
My congratulations to your guest of honor, Mr. Mendel
N. Fisher, who has served the Jewish National Fund with
devotion and wisdom.
My warm wishes for the continuing success of your
organization.
Sincerely yours,
fonn j-. John F. Kennedy


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Friday, March 16. 1962
Six Jews Killed in New Algeria Riot
ALGIERS ed this week in the mounting clashes between the European under-
ground OAS and the Algerian Moslems.
The list of Jewish dead included two each in Oran and Algiers and
one each in Mascara and Constan----------------------------------------------
tine. As a French-Moslem cease- president of the Anglo Jewish
lire neared the OAS stepped up Assn. declared in London this
its attacks and commandos of the week.
-Moslem re'jel FI.N responded with i
reprisals. Tension was particular- Speaking at a meeting of the1
Ij high in the Jewish quarter of group's council, he said the guar-'
oran where Jews were under fre- antees. which are understood to
quent attacks by FLN" members.
Jews in Oran struggled to or-
ganize their own defense and to
ward off attacks in the quarter
which is adjacent to a Moslem
:ection. Incidents and incite-
ments between the two sections
ere frequent, police reported.
have been negotiated by Algerian
rebel leaders with France, would
be "an invaluable step." in that
they would enable Jews wishing to
leave Algeria to go to France on
the same terms as non-Jewish
Frenchmen.
He added, however, that the
agreement 'will not enable the
In Mascara, the fatal stabbing Algerian Jews to realize their as-
0| the Chief Rabbi touched off a sets or make it anv easier for
chase by enraged Jewish youth of those who want to remain to live
the rebel FLN assailants, two of m a Moslem state, particularly in
whom were caught and killed.. 0ne where the local population"has
French authorities rushed secur- been driven to hatred of French
ity forces to the Jewish quarter of and Europeans."
Mascara and clamped a tight cur-
Jew down on the entire city. The
Chief Rabbi was knifed while walk-
ing home from the main syna-
gogue and died shortly afterwards.
The reported guarantees for
Jews remaining in an independent
Algeria will solve all the problems
they will face. R. N. Carvalho.
Scholar Finds
New1 Psalm
Continued from Page 1-A
Divinity School in Rochester. N.Y.
The five psalms r among 44
psalms in Hebrew preserved on
a goatskin scroll, dating back to
the first century. The rest of the
psalms are well known. The
scroll is considered the most sig-
nificant discovery of the ancient
Hebrew manuscripts since the
initial finding of the Dead Sea
Scrolls in 1947. The goatskin
scroll is well preserved except
for some slight delay caused by
dampness.
Both the 1947 and 1956 finds were
made by Bedouins in a cave in the
cliffs near the Dead Sea The cave
in which the scroll of psalms was
fcund also yielded fragments of
Hebrew texts of Ezekiel and Leviti-
cus and a translation of parts of
the Book of Job into Aramaic, a
Semitic language used in ancient
Israel some l.90O years ago.
Another oi tne live psalms, ac-
cording to Dr. Sanders, is a per-
sonal confession of faith. Two are
in praise of God. The fifth is in
prose and tells about the composi-
tions of David, reporting that he
wrote 2.050 psalms. The fifth item
also describes the type of temple
service for which David's composi-
tions were meant.
Dr. Sanders said the date of the
scroll was 30 to SO C.E., a time
he established through the hand-
writing styles of the scrolls.
The American Schools of Orien-
tal Research at Yale University
will publish this spring a detailed
article on the work by Dr. Sanders
and a complete study will be pub-
lished in two years by the Oxford
Lniversity Press in its series on
"Discoveries in the Judean Desert
cl Jordan."
Joint Purim
Fete Tuesday
A Purim celebration sponsored
jointly by Farband Branches. Ben-
Gurion and Bialik. and the Poaie
Zion Chaim Greenberg Branch of
Greater Miami will be held Tues-
day evening at the Farband Cul-
tural Center. 842 Washington ave.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Morti-
mer Robbins, whose topic will be
"Purims of the Past and Present."
Max Astor. president of Ben-
Gurion Branch, will present a
reading, and the musical portion
of the program will be offered by
Mordecai Yardeini.
Chairman of the evening is Beryl
Morrison.
He also said that the French
settlers were not likely to ac-
cept the terms of the agreement
peaceably end that in many
places, Algerian Jews had iden-
tified themselves with the ex-
tremists of the OAS, the Euro-
pean underground which violent-
ly opposes an independent Al-
geria. The Jewish community,
he said "cannot avoid the troub-
les which lie ahead. Whichever
side the Jews identify them-
selves with, they are bound to be
involved in conflict"
Discussing the situation of Soviet
Jewry, the Anglo-Jewish leader
said there was nothing new to say
about Russia except to "express
our indignation and horror at what
appears to be a recrude-cence of
some of the worst anti-Semitism of
the Stalin era on aa official gov-
ernmental b isi;
He said it was "almost impos-
sible to understand" win the So-
viet government had adopted thi>
attitude toward a relatively in-
significant minority" He asked,
"What if Russian Jews do estab-
lish contact with Jews abroad?
What even if some of them decide
they wish to live in Israel? What
harm can this do to the monolithic-
Communist regime? Other smaller,
weaker and more precarious Com-
munist states have managed to
withstand such batterings."
Mark M. Greenblatt (right), a Department of the Air Force
civilian from Miami Beach, receives the 20 year service award
from Col. Thomas S. Bond jr.. Pacific region commander for
the Air Force's Ground Electronics Engineering-Installatior.
Agency at Fuchu Air Station in Japan. The award was made
"in recognition of faithful service to the Federal government.
Greenblatt, chief of the Air Defense and Navigational Aids
Inspection Branch tor GEEIA, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Greenblatt, of 126 8th st., Miami Beach.
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Goldmann Cites Threats to Survival
Continued from Page 1-A
all a ,.::.! s of the world
and although anti-Semitism contin-
ued ir, many areas, it had lost ninth
oi its sharpness and violence and.
at present, did nol seriously en-
danger the Jewish position. Pov-
erty was no more characteristic
mainta'n their Jewish character
ai distinct lite.
Jewish poverty was no more
central in Jewish life, but anoth-
er, much graver, danger had de-
veloped: assimilation as a re-
sult of the disappearance of anti-
Semitic psrsecution, increased
lor tin majority Ol the Jewish poo- pc'itical integration, and the
pie hose economic position in
mosi countries was satisfactory
and. as l< r the fight for J<
the ci th Slate
: ui an end I -
At the dedication ceremonies of the new Hebrew Academy
Sunday are (left to right) State Superir.tcc.c:.: oi Education
Thomas D. Bailey, Rabbi Alexander Grc=s. end Rep Dcnie
Fascell, of the Fourth Congressional District ci Flcricc.
Dinner to Climax Dedication Week
For New Hebrew Academy Quarters
economic progress of most Jew-
ish communities. The process of
grow ng indifference among the
yoing gereration represented the
most ia'e.it dangerDr. Gold-
mann statedto Jewish survival
in 'he Diaspora and made the
question of Jewish education, of
securing the Jrwishness of the
young generation the number-
one problem in Jewish Disapora
life.
To deal with all these problems,
the WJC leader said that Jewish
unity and the lull cooperation ol all
sectors of the Jewish people "as ex-
pressed in the World Jewish Con-
gress" was more essential toMay
than at any time before. Latin
American Jewry, which Dr. Gold-
mann called one ol the most con-
scious and Jewish-minded parts of
the .leu ish people, had to phi.- a
leading role in uniting Jewry in or*
der that it might c o pe with its
grave problems and secure its sur-
vival, he said
Noted radio, television, and night
nub entertainer. Sam Levenson,
vill be guest speaker at a dinner
, nd ball Sunday night at the Deau-
ville hotel in celebration of the Cli-
max of Dedication Week of the
ew Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami
The S15-a plate affair, which is
i pen to the public, will begin at
t 15 p.m. Leonard Rosen will act
, eastmaster.
Also featured at the dinner will
6e a taped speech by Herman
.Vouk, author of "Marjorie Morn-
ngstar," "This is my God," and
The Cain* Mutiny"
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, pnn-
( ;.:. ol the Academy, will speak
(n the new school and its lunc-
A cantata. This is My School."
ritten by Jack Donnet. will be in-
ed in the program Dun ed
by Miriam Donnerstag, the canta-
7u-voice choir will depict the
I .-tory of the Hebrew Academj
e four narrator.-, are students.
chael Gewitz, Ronuld Bergman.
. Kosuihou.se and Miami We.--
- loists will be Thomas Gold!
. nd Tnva Sincotf.
The dinner and ball will Climi \
. week of community-wide events
honor of the Academy The new
i| le ructure school was official-
. dedicated Sunday when Statt
: erintendenl of Public Instruc-
Thomas D. Bailey, was guest
Bker.
Hebrew Academy, financed
I y volunteer donations, iron.
..-.- of main. is a symbol
if what people can do
. .< the desire .. n d vision tor
... tj education for their ch
Bailey declared at the St
> j morning ceremonies.
A veteran of more than 42 years
in education work, Bailey added.
What a community thinks of its
children is reflected in the kind
of schools it provides. This school
i concrete evidence that people
of this community and patrons of
his school place a high valuo on
children and on education."
Bailey was one of the more than
two dozen speakers who addressed
the SRO crowd of hundreds of well-
wishers who gathered for the four-
hour dedication ceremony.
Congressman Dante Fascell. Mi-
ami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka.
Rabbi Gross. B. I Binder. Hebrew
Academy president. Louis Merwit-
zer, chairman of the Hebrew
Academy building canipaign. Lee
Rosenhouse. president of the Stu-
dent body, and many other digni-
taries were heard in greetings.
Master of ceremonies for the de-
I Ication event was Maurice Revitz.
A triple ribbon-cutting ceremony
Miami Friendly Social Club
Miami Friendly Social Club
meets every Sunday afternoon
from 2 to 5 at Beth El l'ungr tion. On Mar. 25. the entertain-
ment and dancing will be in cele-
bration of Purim. Max Garshag
it president of the group.
In place of anti-Semitism, two
nev eveloi m nts characti ristic of
the present world situation, en-
ish lifi most parts
erf the globe One was the social .
taking place, or wh.cn giunfc Orcvitz Named to UJA
\ take place, in many parts of
th world which are socially un-
. ced and susceptible to such
revolutions. These revolutions, al-
i no( anti-Jew ish in any way.
nan beer, the case in Cuba.
In other countries. Dr
for each of the three buildings
comprising the new Hebrew Acade- [ ^ nnVahl, a new violent national-
ism was rampant which did not
my followed the welcoming addres-
ses. Each family endowing cm
of the three structures cut ;'nc rib-
bon to their respective building
dedications Mr and Mrs Mcr
witzcr. Mr and Mrs Charles Char-
cowsky, and JJaeoh Cohen and fami-
ly in memory of Drra Cohen
Refreshment! and a toui 11 "<
spacious one million dollar school
climaxed the dedication program.
Two former presidents of the ty-two of those named this year
Greater Miami Jewish Federation I are new appointees to the cabinet,
will be among thtf 83 members of I the remaining til having served
the 1962 national campaign cab previously,
because of their social and jnc, o( (he United Jewjsh Appeal,
economic consequences. ruin (hc nation-. iargest voluntary phil-
flowering Jewish communities as anlhropVi j( ^ bee announced
by cabinet chairman. Melvin Du-
Gold- binsky. of St. Louis.
They are Sam Blank and Max
Orovitz. two of Greater Miami's p^ on tne combined talents and
best-known community leaders. wjse counsel of these outstanding
Both will be serving with the UJA | cofnmunal leaders." Dubinsky de-
national campaign cabinet for the;c|are first time. I readiness to lead in this massive.
Members of the cabinet, which philanthropic undertaking to assist
is the organizations top policy-1600.000 people by giving of their
ened by any kind of an offi- makine and planning body, come I time and energy as well as by let-
cial anti-Semitism but who were, from 42 cities in 24 states across ting a high standard in their per-
dc facto, denied the possibility to the nation. Dubinsky staled. Twen- sonal giving."
In our concerted effort to raise
$95,000,000. which includes the S35
j million Special Fund to finance
ithe increased immigration to Is-
rael and other lands, we are in-
deed fortunate to be able to de-
deny equality of rights to Jewish
citizens, but did not grant them
the right and facilities to live their
distinct Jewish life. The most
significant example of this trend
was the 3.000,000 Soviet Jews whose
position as equal citizens was not
Joseph Seligman-No WonderThey Called Him "Eminent!"
Ji was sain that between I8t>0 and 1880,
Joseph Seligman was the most eminent
.!-" in America.
And indeed, he well may have deserved
;udos. For during that period ol time,
his contributions M his country were
.-- markable.
Ji seph Seligman I .... arrived, a penni-
less immigrant, in 1838. Shortly his
...linger brothers joined him William,
James. Jesse, Henry. Leopold, Abraham,
and Isaac. The clothing business was
something they understood and soon small
Sc-1'igma'n establishments- were selling dry
gOQds in such diverse places as I.ancasti r.
Pa., Watertown. N, Y., Greensboro, Ala.,
and Inter. 8ah Francisco.
h\ I85,i these enterprises had so pros-
pered that the brothers were able to
establish the banking house oi J. and W .
Seligman n N< x-1 rk.
So,:, after, Joseph ^gehgman and his
banking house performed the first of their
remarkable services for the country.
Singlehanded. he practically clothed the
entire Union Army! Over a million dollars
in uniforms were provided on credit to tin-
hastily-formed defenders of the Union.
Later in the war. when the governments
of Britain and France wen- very doubtful
of the Union's chances and unwilling to
loan badly needed funds, it was Joseph
Seligman who. through his friends in
G( rmany, was able to sell 200 million
dollars worth of U. S. Bonds to keep the
war effort going!
But Joseph Seligman's most remark-
..: |, act is a little-known one of personal
; BSSion. For it was he who discovered
the martyred Lincoln's widow in her later
yeanalone, neglected, sick. And it was
he who res. ued her and helped to make
her last years a little easier.
No wonder men called him 'eminent!"
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Pay Your CJA Pledge Now
Finance is their business, and these CJA workers are busy figur-
ing out ways to finance the needs of the community. Left to
right are Saul Schulman and Ronald Lipton, vice chairmen of
the Banks and Loan Group; and Herschel Rosenthal, vice chair-
man of the Finance Division.
Mrs. Charles Feinberg (left), women's chairman for the CJA
General Solicitations Division, shows how it's done by soliciting
a pledge from Mrs. Irving Kaplan. Mrs. Kaplan, in turn, has be-
come an ardent worker in the New Horizons campaign.
That pledge you paid to the
1962 Combined Jewish Appeal is
already hard at work and
there's plenty more work waiting
for the dollars that haven't been
pledged yet.
A healthy portion of each dol-
lar was sent immediately to that
area where Jewish lives can lit-
erally be saved the resettle-
ment of immigrants in Israel.
The number of immigrants has
been rising unexpectedly for
months, and financial resources
have been stretched to the break-
ing point. But based to a con-
siderable degree on faith in the
American Jewish community. Is-
rael has gone right on accepting
these refugees from persecution
even when the money wasn't ac-
tually on hand to finance the pro-
gram.
And many of Greater Miami's
old, sick and needy are getting
the help they need so badly,
thanks to contributions to the
New Horizons campaign of the
1962 Combined Jewish Appeal.
All who need help aren't get-
ting it that's true. But mem-
ber agencies of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation are get-
ting full use out of every penny
of every dollar.
Your dollars are at work in
the antiseptic operating rooms of
Mt. Sinai Hospital, where some
of the best medical talent in the
world labors to save lives year
in and year out.
Your dollars work quietly and
efficiently at the Jewish Home
for the Aged, bringing hopeful
anticipation to weathered faces
that haven't ever known such
peace, security and warm friend-
ship.
The same thing is true right
down the roster of Federation
agencies with dedicated people
using your dollars to save lives,
to renew lives, and to rebuild
shattered lives.
Your dollar is helping our na-
tional agencies wage their con-
tinuing battle against bigotry.
Brotherhood of man is the object
of these dollars, and they go far
toward strengthening the moral
fiber of our entire nation.
Keep the dollars coming. The
1962 Combined Jewish Appeal is
now entering its final, and in
many ways, most important
phase. The next few weeks will
decide the degree of success of
the 1962 campaign.
Aside from i:r.,-.ncing the vital
work of Federation's agencies,
each Combined Jewish Appei
campaign welds our community
closer together, and furthers tin
concept of a united attack on tin-
problems which confrot
The last s'.agts of any cam-
paign are the hardest, end thi>.
Is the time when rour participa-
tion is needed most.
Jerry Lelchuk (left) and Myron Zeientz, cc-chair-
men of the CJA Stockbrokers Group, confer with
Committee members Stanley Scher, Louis Berlin
nd Herbert Blwmberg. lekhwk said a report
meeting of the group will be held Mar. 21 in
the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration at 5 p.m.
Three Greater Miami attorneys map plans for the final phases of
the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. Tfiey are (left to right)
Sidney Efronson, vice chairman of the Professions Diosion;
Harry Smith, member of the Lawyer's group; and Robert T-jurig,
co-chairman of the Lawyers group.
MILLER REPORTS HIS IXPERHNCIS
The Need is Now -- So let's
Make Sure and Give Now!
Some impromptu remarks at a
Leadership Report meeting this
week by General Solicitations
Chairman Daniel Neal Heller ef-
fectively summed up not only the
why but the how of a suc-
cessful Combined Jewish Appeal.
"For the second time in our
lives, we actually have the
chance to save lives with our dol-
lars," Heller asserted. "We've
been given fair warning, and it's
up to us to act."
Heller said his part in a recent
United Jewish Appeal study mis-
sion impressed on him the im-
portance joI an all-out effort in
every community in the United
States.
"If every chairman could see
what I saw. they wouldn't rest
until not only their own cards
were covered, but those of every
one of their volunteer workers.
"That's why we as chairmen
have a double responsibility,"
Heller explained. "We have re-
sponsibility to the people whose
lives in some measure rest in our
hands, and to the volunteers who
look to us for inspiration, guid-
ance, and leadership.
"Now, at the peak of our cam-
paign, please remember that vir-
tually nobody makes a pledge
until they are asked. You must
sit down with potential contribu-
tors and make them aware of the
situation. Now is the time to
do it, because the need is there
now."
Daniel Neal Heller, General
Solicitation Division chairman,
makes a plea for maximum
community support.
Mt. Sinai, tht non-sectarian,
non-profit hospital serving the
Greater Miami community,
was completed with $10,000.-
000 raised in the area. It
has 375 beds.


Leonard Rosen, recently announced as chairman of the new
"Over the Top" Committee of the 1962 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, is shown urging an all-out effort by community leaders
in closing phases of the campaign.

leon Kaplan (left), chairman of the Professions Division, confers
with Dan Ruskin, chairman of the Residents Council.
Max Goldstein (left) presents a "New Horizons" award to David
Sokol, vice chairman of the CJA Real Estate Group. Goldstein
is co-chairman of the important Construction and Reel Estate
Division.
The firs! in a scries of leader-
ship report meetings aimed at
stepping up the tempo of the
final phases of the 1962 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal has resulted
in announcements bringing the
campaign total thus far to SI,-
010.700.
CJA Chairman Cal Kovcns said
the meetings, to be held every
other Friday during the balance
of the campaign, will enable
leaders to deal with problems as
they develop, and to achieve
maximum effectiveness "in this
most difficult stage of the entire
campaign."
"We hope to keep every lead-
er abreast of the campaign's pro-
gress, and to turn each meeting
into a brainstorming session on
how best to bring in those final
pledges that will determine the
degree of success of the entire
campaign." Kovens added.
At each of the meetings, Kovens
said, key workers in two divis-
ions of the New Horizons cam-
paign will be honored.
The first meeting saw awards
going to members of the Con-
struction and Mercantile Divis-
ions.
Max Goldstein, who with David
Fleeman is co-chairman of the
Construction and Real Estate
Division, made the awards to key
workers.
They went to Norman Rosen,
co-chairman of the Real Estate
Group, who has converted the
greatest number of refusals into
gifts; to Arthur Shandloff, co-
chairman of the Builders Group,
for reinstating the greatest num-
ber of people and bringing them
back into the fold; and to David
Sokol, vice chairman of the Real
Estate Group, for securing the
largest number of new gifts.
Mercantile Division awards
were presented by A. J. Harris,
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, on behalf of
Robert Macht. division chairman.
They went to A. J. Alexander,
co-chairman of the Furniture and
Appliances Group, who was the
first to successfully finish his
job. securing increases from his
prospects, and obtaining new
gifts a Ion a the way: Simon Ber-
man. the first worker in the De-
partment and Retail Stores
Group to complete the most
cards with a number of increases;
Morris Rabinowitz, co-chairman
of the Jewelry Group for the
past three years, who was the
first to complete his assignments
successfully, securing increases
from about one-third of his pros-
pects and many new gifts; and
Sam Sommers, first worker in
the Apparel Manufacturers Group
successfully to complete all of
his assignments with good in-
creases in many cases.
A leadership report meeting brought these key CJA leaders into
conference. Left to right are Hyland Rifas, chairman of the
Trades and Professions Council; CJA Chairman Cal Kovens; and
Van Myers, chairman of the Amusements and Vending Machines
Group.
A. J. Harris (left), president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, presents a "New Horizons" award to Simon Berman.
A. J. Alexander (left), co-chairman of the CJA Furniture and
Appliances Group, accepts Ms "New Homom" award from A. J.
Harris, president of the Greater Miami Jewish fode>aWon.


Page 10-A
*JenUHFhridian
Friday. March 16. 1962
Urge Israel Entry into Common Mk't.
Progress of the Hebrew University-Hadassah medical school
in Jerusalem is discussed by (left to right) Drs. W. Stanley
Weinkle. Peretz Scheinberg, Israel S. Wechsler and Meyer
B. Marks. They met at a reception honoring Dr. Wechsler,
honorary president of the American Friends of the Hebrew
University, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Weinkle. Dr. Schein-
berg introduced Dr. Wechsler, one oi the world's best known
neurologists. Dr. Marks is president of the South Florida
Division of the American Jewish Physicians Committee, spon-
sors of the Hebrew University's campaign to complete the
medical school.
Continued from P.-.-e 1-A
Important K<> .....% : .< "wsrarth"
with w b i: i.i. ted the
..-tahli-iinu'r: of Israel, be ex-
pressed th how thai the Belgian
Parlianu apport Is-
rael's relationshH bi Common
Market QtA*r
teajgiX.'. -m .. --
tors Clock and
ie Hou?< e tol I arlu menl that
the Belgiai i should
In Ip pu: Bn end to tl
within tht Euromarl for an Israeli
i iatii Israel Sen de Block
pointed out, buys 65 percent ol its
imports in Europe, being "an im-
portant customer told the
Senate: "By publicly stating that
Belgium supports Israel's demand
before the European Economic
Community, we would at the same
time support a democracy a young
republic and the interests ol Eu-
tope."
Sen. de Housee proposed that the
EEC arrange tariff agreements
with Israel. He cautioned, how-
over, against "a misunderstanding
through Arab reactions at this
time, when France is trying to
salve the delica-e problem of Al-1 but "support of a young S ate which
geria." 1st Bse, he said, in- j ould be variously Interpreted as
volved more :h.tt tariff, he added | i political act"
Emanu-EI Plans Saturday Meeting
Members of Temple Emanu-EI
will gather at the Diplomat ho-
tel this Saturday evening for the
congregation's annual election
meeting and dance, beginning at 8
p.m.. in the Beaux Arts room.
They will be enter'an.ed by the
Temple choir, under the direction
of Florence Goldring and Cantor
Hirsh Adler A musical sketch,
written by Trixle Levin, will be
narrated by Gabriel Heatter.
Samuel N. Friedland is cur-
rently serving as chairman of the
board, and Joseph M. Lipton is
president. Other officers include
Mayer H. Frankel, Harry Sirkin
and Joseph M. Rose, honorary
life presidents; Bernard I. Bin-
der, Charles Fruchtman and Leo
Robinson, honorary vice presi-
dents; Max Boderman, Joseph
Cohen, Judge Irving Cypen, Sam-
uel J. HaJperin and George J.
Talianoff, vice presidents.
Emil Morton, treasurer: Sam-
uel Lipton. associate treasurer: A.
J Molasky, secretary: Jack S. Po-
piek. financial secretary; .iiid Mar-
cus 0. Sarokin. associate financial
secretary.
Directors whose terms of office
are expiring include Morris Cohen.
Allen Goldberg. Sol Goldman. Ben-
jamin Kline. Oscar Mamber. Si-
mon E. Rubin and Irving Schatz-
man.
Part of the program will include
a special presentation to the Tetn-
ple's patron and donor members.
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*Jewisti fhridlikiir
Page 11-A
Inaugural Dinner as Prelude to Truman Decision
By LEON ELL
The day after my meeting with
* President Truman. I left for home
and. upon my return to Miami
Beach, told Mrs Ell and a few
close friends of the" conference
with the President and the ensu-
ing invitation to his Inaugural that
I had to turn dawn. My friends
criticized me for refusing a Pres-
idential invitation and said that
I could go to Israel at any time.
Mrs. loll strongly urged me to ac-
cept the invitation. I was still
hesitating when, a tew days later,
I received a telephone call from
Mr. Ehahu Epstein, head of the
Israeli Mission m Washington,
D C
Mr Epstein laid that he was
informed of the conference I had
with the President and of the In-
augural invitation, and urged me
! i accept, since I was the only
Zionist accorded the attention ot
Kclclu Jacobson, and that I should
stay with Eddie Jacobson for
briefing. (Eddi". like the Presi-
dent keenly disliked the Zionist
leadership and pressure groups.)
In response to all of these urg-
ngs, 1 wrote a letter to the Presi-
ent's secretary. Mr. Ross, in-
orming him that I had changed
iy plans about going with the
elegation to Israel and, if the
naugural invitation was still
:ood, I would be honored to at-
nd with Mrs Ell
Specnl Dr*s
The following day, late in the
ternoon, while shopping, our
paid rushed in breathlessly, tell-
I Leon 11 is a long-tune Muxmian.
is an active traveler and writer.
fost special interests waive about
nh history and the State of fa-
ll, He is ti:e and'or of numerour
felts on both these subjects some
ihich have appeared in The Jew
Flcndian A mtfotuuly-ftttouTi
jublican Part} leader he was p
\i:-i b\ President Eisenhower to
( 'it the L S at ':' Ijitemation-
mefugee Teai tall; Geneva He
t lent Zioi Th Pai I II
' ri'i i on V Ell ieu> of the
juiu! moment '< id rlie founding
THE AUTHOR AND PRESIDENT TRUMAN
ing me to hurry home because the
White House was calling. I re-
turned home promptly and got
Mr. Ross on the telephone, who
told me that he received my let-
ter and that it was his pleasure,
on the instruction of the Presi-
dent, to forward official invita-
tions to me to attend all the In-
augural functions, further de-
scribing what kind of dress was
necessary for each of the affairs.
One requisite to the Presiden-
tial dinner was a cut-away coat,
which I did not possess. Mr.
Ross said that I should be seated
with Eddie Jacobson and his fam-
ily, adjoining the President's
table.
The prescription of dress neces-
sary for the various functions
created a problem I could not
find a cut-away coat in any of the
clothing stores in Greater .Miami.
I finally solved my dilemma by
calling my brother-in-law in Chi-
cago, and he sent out all the para-
phernalia from Marshall Fileds
there. I then called Eddie and
told him that I was coming to the
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hotel accommodations in an ad-
joining room to his at the May-
flower hotel. And so he did.
A Pivotal Breakfast
We arrived in Washington. DC ,
on the nth of January. 1849. (he
same day Eddie Jacobson arrived.
We spent most of the time togeth-
er in conversation involving mat-
ters close to both of us.
Eddie told me that he had a
breakfast appointment on the 18th
of January with President Tru-
man. I asked him whether it
would be possible for me to join
them. Eddie said that it would
not be advisable for the simple
reason that any discussion which
would take place between him
and Mr. Truman would be on an
informal basis "between Harry
and Eddie "
He assured me, however, that
he would relay my anxieties to
the President namely, the de
Jure recognition of Israel and a
one hundred million dollar loan.
Eddie said he would briny back
an answer as soon as he returned
from the breakfast engagement.
About 9 a.m.. that morning. Ed-
die called me into his room and
told me that President Truman
had assured him (1) ot recogni-
tion de Jure as soon as the Israel
Knesset elected a president, and
(2) that the loan to Israel would
be granted ten days trom that
datealthough the amount was
not specified.
It was indeed encouraging and
happy news to relay to the people
who were keenly interested. Sub-
sequent events proved Eddie Ja-I
cobson's information of that
morning to be one hundred per-1
cent correct.
The Inaugural dinner was most
impressive. The President hon-
ored Eddie Jacobson by coming;
over to our table to greet Eddie,
his wife, and daughter, and inci-
dentally, us too.
Eddie Jacobson expressed a de-
sire to meet Mr. Epstein, head of
the Israeli Mission. So, while
relaying the good news, I told Mr.
Epstein of the need of a luncheon
where Eddie and his Kansas City
friends could meet Mr. Epstein,
and the Israeli Mission.
Changed His Mind
The Mission House had no ac-
commodations for serving food,
so I arranged with a fine caterer
to serve a cold cut luncheon and
drinks at the Mission House for
twelve people, which included all
of Jacobson's friends from Kansas
City as my guests. Eddie Jacob-
son and his friends were intro-
duced to Mr. Epstein and spen:
some time with him.
It was after the luncheon at
the Israeli Mission that Eddie Ja-
cobson told me the story of the
circumstances that led up to Mi-
Truman's changing his mind, first
from an independent Israel to a
trusteeship, and then back again
to an independent Israel. This
is the true story and should for-
ever put a stop to inventions, tic-
tions. fables and sagas as to who
was responsible or had anything
to do with United States recogni-
tion of the State of Israel.
NEXT WEEK: *
The Facts Revealed
Dade Heights Masquerade
At Dade Heights Jewish Congre.
gation's Purim masquerade on Sun-
uay at 11 a.m., prizes will be given
for the best costumes. Choir re-
hearsal will be Wednesday, 7:30
p.m. Adult discussion group, Jed
by Rabbi Harold Richter, will
meet Wednesday,, 9 p.m., at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wein-
stein, 125 NW, 196th St.
/
Plan to give and serve
the most cherished whisky!
Seagram's V.O. is considered by so many mayvinfm
to be the world's finest whisky. The character of thi3
great import from Canada is unmistakable. No
whisky so light was ever so brilliant in taste. No
whisky so deeply satisfying was ever so much at home
throughout the world as Seagram's V.O.
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Friday. March 16,.
District Bible Contest Finals To be Held Here
Samuel J. Halperin, philanthropist, builder and Greater Miami
civic leader, receives the National Communty Service Award
of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America at the insti-
tution's recent annual convocation dinner at Miami Beach
Auditorium. The plague was conferred by Dr. Louis Finkel-
stein (left), chancellor of the Seminary. Shown also is Joseph
S. Wohl. a member of the Seminary's Board of Directors, who
presented Halperin for the award.
District finals of the National
Bible Contest for the Greater Mi-
ami area will be held on Sunday,
10 a.m., at the Bureau ot Jewish
I Education, 135 NW 3rd ave.
Over 100 students are expected
to participate in the district con-
test, which will take the form of a |
written examination. Ten winners
Of the district contest will partici-1
pate in the regional finals to be
held at the Bureau building on j
Sunday, Apr 8.
Again, the contest will take
the form of a written examina-
tion. Results of similar regional
examinations throughout ten
Southern states will be sent to the
Miami Bureau for marking and
the selection of two regional win-
ners to participate in the na-
tional finals to be held in New
York City on Sunday, Apr. 29.
The National Bible Contest in-
cludes the study of the Books of
Genesis, Exodus. .Judges. Amos.
Esther and Jeremiah. The nation-
al contest is sponsored by the De-
partment of Education and Cul-
ture of the American Zionist Coun-
cil and the Israel Bible Society, as
well as Bureaus of Jewish educa-
tion throughout the country.
Aim of the contest is to promote
a greater, interest in the Bible
among students of Jewish schools
in the United States and Canada,
with a view to encouraging more
intensive reading and study of the
Bible and to strengthening
place of Bible studies in the
ricula of Jewish schools.
The contest locally and regional
is under the direction of 1/J
Schwartzman and Herbert Betw
directors of the Miami Bureau
Brooklyn Youth Attacks Rockwell
Vice Consul Talks
At Youth Service
Yehoshua Triuor. Vice Consul of]
the State of Israel for the south-
eastern region of the United
States, was guest speaker at stu-
dent services of Beth Torah Cong-
regation Saturday morning
Previously in the Israel legation
in Sydney. Aust., as well as with
the cultural relations division ot
the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
Trigor spoke on "Youth in t h e
State of Israel.''
More than 150 students attended,
and a reception in Mr Tngor's
honor hosted by the graduating,
confirmation and pre-confirmation
classes of the religious school, fol-
lowed the services.
Serving as rabbis of the congre-
gation are Perry Leff and Mark
Haddad. Merle Maeroff is presi-
dent, Diane Gurman, vice presi-
dent, and Linda Kaufman, chair-
man of religious affairs.
They Starred of Temple
Raymond Klein and Eileen Per1
man were seen as Abie and
Irish Rose in the I irst Nighte
production of Anno Nichol'j
,-ic. "Abie's Irish R >se," SatutJ
day and Sunday evening at Ten
pie Nor Tamid. Pr >ei tattoo vnl
sponsored by the ; sista
hood.
SAN DIEGO(JTA)A Jewish college student, from Brooklyn,
infuriated by anti-Semitic remarks of George Rockwell, leader of the
American Nazi Party, punched him in the jaw during the Nazi's talk
last week at San Diego State College.
Ed Cherry, a physical education
major, left an audience that was
booing and jeering Rockwell,
mounted the platform and moved
toward Rockwell. When Rockwell
tried to push him off the platform,
the youth landed a hard punch on
the Nazi's jaw. The blow stagger-
ed Rockwell but did not knock him
down.
As he squared off to hit back,
one of Rockwell's storm troop-
ers rushed up to Cherry and
knocked him down as he was
aiming another punch at the
Naii. A half doien students rush-
ed to help Cherry and push off
the trooper.
Meanwhile, the jeering students
unloosed a barage of old eggs and
fruits at Rockwell, who said he
would not press charges against
Cherry but that he would like "to
smash his face." The youth said
he had not meant to hit Rockwell
jand got carried away. He added
he hoped the college would not be
hurt by the incident.
College students surrounded
Rockwell's car. smashed a window
in it and kicked a dent in the car.
Police finally managed to get the '
Nazi into his car. and he drove
j away.
Shortly after Rockwell left the
campus, a bomb threat was made
in a telephone call to American
j Airlines, the caller saying there
was a bomb on the plane Rock-
i well was taking. The FBI sent an
agent to the airport to examine
! one of the planes.
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Page 13-A
Hoover Asked to Ignore N. Y. Rally

r Robert King High of Miami shows proclamation dec!::r-
z Hebrew Academy Week to Academy officials at special
mies last Friday at Miami City Hall. Left to I
:el I rd, Louis Meiwitzer, ." fh and H
)i i tl
ai Sholom Purim Pre gram
-
By Special Report
NEW YORKThe Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A. has urged
former President Hoover "not to
send a message of congratulations"
to the Young Americans for Free-
dom rally in New York.
Hoover said that although he had
an invitation to speak before the
group, he believed his advanced
age would keep him from going to
New York in March, but that he
would send a message of congratu-
lation-.
Reacting to press reports that
the former Pres'dent would take
this action, JWV National Com-
m:nder Theodore Brooks, of New
York, pointed out that "at no
time in recorded history has
there been a movement to the
ric;ht, which, no matter how its
founders hive declared the pro-
gram in the beginning, did not
socner or Liter encompass within
its object: ;$ actions a<
- il be-
-e of race or color or creed.
' '
travelers are to be found in the
hope of personal profit or of im-
posing their philosophy on that;
of those who are motivated by pa-
triotism, are as repulsive on the
right as they have been on the lett.
"We sincerely believe." Com-
mander Brooks said, "that the re-
ltff director during World War I. the '
world leader and member of the

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JFCS 'Panorama' To be Presented
Jewish Family and Children's
Service will present "A Panorama
: Agency Services" at the March
meeting of the Rabbinical
f South 1
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- available to
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M ml thi panel will in-
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fringes of these groups. Follow
War Danger
Low Today,
Gurion Assures
Continued from Page 1-A
which is a defensive ground-to-air
missile. The deliveries, the paper
says, will be possible this year un-
less Soviet Arab relations take
another of their "periodic" sour
j turns.)
Meanwhile, the Foreign Minis-
try has informed the United Na-
tions Truce Supervision Organ-
ization that it "views with seri-
ousness" the Syrian attack on an
Israeli police patrol boat in Lake
Tiberias last Thursday when two
members of the Israeli police
crew were seriously wounded and
hospitalized.
! The report of the IN invt ..
ing team, which has not yet been
received, is understood tc have es-
tablished that the gunfire
opened by Syrian forces and not I
the Israeli boat :i- claimed bj
Syrii is I ffii ial Israeli i
here stress the fact that the inci-
denl "a- th< fir.-: in a long time in I
v.Inch the Syrians employed re-
; coilless guns.
A decree establishing a con
tfon for the G zs Str outh-
i rn coastal portion of Palestine oc-
cupied by Egypt following tin
racl War of Independence in 1948.
and declaring the territory "an in-
tegral par! of Palestine lands' has
been issued by United Arab Repub-
lic President Gamal Abdel Nasser,
this weekend. The decree said the
Palestinian Arabs in Gaza would
form a national union with "the
aim of restoring the usurped lands
of Palestine." Most of the resi-
dents of the Strip are Palestine
Arab refugees.
Rabbinical Assn.
In New Program
Beginning Sunday, the Rabbini-
cal Assn. of Greater Miami will
sponsor a new program, "The Jew-
ish Worship Hour," on ch. 10, from
11 to 11:30 a.m.
Host for the first program will
be Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spirit-
ual leader of the Israelite Center
and president of the Rabbinical
Assn.
His subject will be "The Jewish
Festival of Purim.''
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Friday, March 16. igJ
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Fric
Sunday Blue Laws Want Revamping in Light of Today's Need
iBOUT 36 STATES and untold
* countries and municipalities
I now have Blue Laws compelling
[merchants to keep their places of
[business closed on Sundays. A
number of other states and cities
[are still proposing Blue Law stat-
utes, without providing exemption
Ifor Sabbath-observing Jews who
keep their business closed on Saturdays. Religious
Jews as well as Seventh Day Adventists find them-
selves discriminated against because their day of
rest is Saturday.
Not being exempted from closing their business
enterprises on Sunday, they are forced to keep their
places of business closed for two days each week,
thus suffering economic penalties for their religious
rights. Twelve states in this country have taken the
arguments of Sabbatarians into consideration, and
their Sunday Laws respect the right to work on
Sunday by those who observe Saturday as their day
of rest. However, in numerous other states, the
fight for the liberalization of the Blue Laws is now
only at its beginning.
Such lights are now at their height in the stales
of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Some time ago,
a court in Massachusetts ruled in favor of Jewish
storekeepers whose Sabbath is Saturday and not
Sunday. The judges declared the Lord's Day Act
unconstitutional because it favored one religion over
another and also denied the equal protection of the
laws guaranteed under the 14th Amendment to the
Constitution. Nevertheless, the State Legislature
of Massachusetts baa now before it more than 30
bills on the existing Sunday Law for action at this
year's s
In Pennsylvania, the fight for the inclusion of
an exemption clause into the present Blue Law
there is presently being supported also by non-Jew-
ish groups who consider the legislation discrimina-
te ry against persons who keep their business closed
on Saturdays for personal religious reasons. The
remarkable thing about the Blue Laws in various
states is that seme of them are being recognized
as obsolete, confusing and frequently ridiculous. In
some states the Blue Law prohibits even painting
the outside of a house on Sunday, or changing the
spark plugs on a sports car, or even fishing and
swimming on Sundays.
* *
The Israeli Scene: Now that Israel has devalu-
ated its currency to the satisfaction of the Inter-
national Monetary Fund, the problem oi Israel's
becoming linked with the European Common Mar-
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
ket has become very urgent. Even Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion, who usually stands aloof from
economic matters, has given it top priority. It had
been predicted previously by Israeli economic ex-

Browsing WHh Books: By HltARY MINDUN
Nineveh There
For A/ways
From a Hospital Bed
COR FIVE LONG weeks I wrestled with
~ the angel, and though I am here to
recount the tale, the physical and fiscal
scars of the struggle will long be with'
me.
But there were also many reward-
ing moments that will be remembered
long after the scars are healed. My
admission to the hospitalFlower Filth
Avenue Hospitalcoincided with the first grave political
crisis of 1962. The outside world was so sick at the time
that the hospital seemed a retreat from the agony. Once
inside its walls, one felt secure against the madness and
the anger that divided men outside. Here people of all
colors and all races and all faiths were united in single
purpose. We were all sick, and our single purpose was
cure, a dedication that might well be emulated by the
outside world.
If pain can unite people in a hospital into total har-
mony, why is there no comparable forging of common
purpose in the pain-racked world on the outside, we often
thought, though mindful that the formulation was an over-
simplification of the problem Here the concern was
finding of cure, and we were baffled by the concentration
in the other world on finding instruments of death. We
knew that our survival depended on cure and we were
confounded by the inability of the outside world to grasp
that basic truth. Quite possibly the sick are more percep-
tive.
Flower Fifth Avenue Hospital stands on the dividing
between swanky Fifth Avenue and the squalor that is
Harlem, the Ne| ro ghetto that is a blemish on the fairest
and meat, -t of cities in the worldNew York. Inside the
pita! however, there Is no trace of the "dividing line.''
Here the sisters of mercy and the physicians are angcis
of compassion without color. The healing hand in tender*
transcends limning in color. There is neither black
hite nor brown in the hand thai ministers to the sick.
rcy. TTw ^o receive me as I enten d
whose p
tup in the city, Mrs.
Anita 1 1 was her name anil she was a pillar oi sir.
ti me d of my illness. T
after mj m the hospital, she called my h
-.1 out how 1 v.a< ,ng, xhe very 1. |
d to mini ter my in .. Puerto Rican young
lady. By their conduct, devotion and dedication these
1 young women did more to dissipate misconceptions
about their people than books and preachment.
JUDAISM. Edited by Arthur Hertiberg. 256 pp. New
York: George Braiiller, Inc., 215 Park Ave. So.
$4.00.
A FEW MONTHS ago the publishing house of
George Braiiller issued in simultaneous publi-
cation a series ol six books on the great religions oi
. isn i licism, Protestantism,
Buddhism. Hinduism and Islam Each volume i
ns not nlj an extensive selection of the most
rtant writings of th< ned, but
"a ci hi rent and meai ii.......ccount of the religion
from the viewpoints ol its own testimony on its be-
... fs and practices."
bi Arthur Hertiberg, of Temph Emanu-EI
... Englev. <:. iias organized ilume on Judaism
conceptually rather than chronologically: the basic
and beliefs of Judaism form the divisions
, | ^c : sel< i tioi from Jewish
writing through the ages form the commentary.
The) rah through the traditional
writings of Um sages to Mordecai Kaplan and Andre
Schwarz-Bart's The Last of the Just.'' and they
offer, with remarkable >bji th I; a ice of cur
renl views on some of the facets of Judaism.
Thu.-. or. kashruth, tor example. Rabbi Herti;
berg oi!<:s first the two basic traditional reasons:
as a curb for man's animal appetites and as a way
of setting ews apart in day to day life so that
their responsibilit] as a priest-people would remain
in primary i ns< isness ontemporary Reform
Judaism has rejected these laws, though at least
one of its leaders, Kaufman K bier, knew that this
left it with the problem of finding other methods
to inculcati the spirit of holiness in the modern
Jew, to render him conscious of his priestly mis-
sion.' Ultimately, he goes on, the believer simply
accepts the laws as par! oi a total system, "the
Jewish was -' holiness'' The non-believer, though
he may cling for a while out of habit or sentiment
or attachment to a cultural past, seldom retains
the laws past one generation of disbelief.
One may detect here, as in other sections on
the Law. God. the Holy Land, death and immortality,
sin and atonement, the nature of man. the purpose
of creation a slight leaning on the editor's part
in the direction of classical Judaism. It comes
through as the gentlest of pressures which may per-
haps be forgiven when one considers that this book
is. after all. about Judaism in the fullest flowering
of its body of belief, and that petals torn from its
stem are still, at this point in history, exactly that-
whatever they may become in the mulch of human
history.
So. in this excellent book, both as reference and
pure reading. Rabbi Hertzberg closes his introduc-
tion (which was partly concerned with the doctrine
of chosenness) by saying 'The Jews have often been
restless under the burden Like Jonah, some
Jews may attempt to cease prophesying against
Nineveh, but Nineveh is always there. Jonah's
knowledge that God wants something special from
him is the inescapable and continuing groove of
Jewish experience."
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From Hollywood:
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HERBERT G. LUFT
perts that Israel's growing export drive particu-
larly of oranges, diamonds, textiles and agricultural
produce would one day be in grave danger unless
ways were found of coming to terms with the Com-
mon Market.
Now it is definitely being reali?erf that a tariff
wall around the countries of Western Europe would
create grave difficulties for Israel's exports Aside
from the fledgling program in Africa. Israel has
been developing her economic relations almost en-
tirely with Western Europe. If tariff walls are
raised against her by Western Europe, and also by
Great Britain, she will find herself without economic
outlets for her dollar earnings.
This is why the entire machinery < ti, [gpj-i
Government Is now mobilized to set ,. i;In(i
of a link with the Common Market hich is com-
posed of six nations of Western Europe Italv
France. Germany, Holland, Belgium, and Luxem-
burg. The group has twice lowered i istom tariffs
among member countries, and ha.- also cut duties
on agricultural products, with the
of these countries individually ha- n eco-
nomic strides. Their strength is best refli
interest which Britain, and recently Pi
Kennedy as well, have shown in a:
the Common Market. If such countries at
and the United States must think Berk islj
; with the Common Market, little Is-
rael must certainly do so.
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
U.S. Jews Back Lean
I United Nal
p'NAi B'RITH President Label A Kati
* has announced I is organizatioi -
-upport of President Kennedy's request
|lor America's backing of the $200,000,1
loan being floated by the United Nations,
Thus, B'nai B'nth underscored the
| American Jewish community's attitude
|toward the real value <1 the UN For
B'nai B run is not the only Jewish organization supixirtirg
Mr. Kennedy's proposal that the U.S A purchase Si
million worth of the UN's bond issue; practically every
major Jewish organization in the country favors thai mo' (
and. as far as i- known here, not a single Jewish or^ann^-
lion has joined those who oppose the mi ve
Not only as Americans concerned lor the UN's ability
to continue functioning, but also as friends ol Israel in-
terested in the security of Israel- borders, it behoOT -
American Jews to support the United Nations and its van-
i i- programs. One of the reasons the UN is in financi. 1
troublein fact the major reasonis because the Rus-
sians are responsible for the major portion of the UN .
whopping SI 14 million deficit. And ore area where tr.-t
deficit is piling up, year by year, is along the Gaza Sti.p
border with Israel, where the United Nations Emergency!
Force is on guard.
The UNEF deficit alone stands now at more than --'
millionand will certainly rise by the end of 1968, Russia
and its satellites nave never contributed a kopeck to the
cost of maintaining UNEF.
About the time Mr. Katz announced B'nai B'ntl.'?
backing for our Administration's participation in the IN
loan, a small story" ignored by practically the ent <
worlds press, except JTA, reported an Israeli border in-
cident. An Israeli farmer, at a border kibbutz along tbe
Gaza Strip, had been kidnapped by Egyptians and take
from his Israeli field across the border in Gaza It W
the first incident of that type since UNEF has been ct
guard, since late 1956.
For almost six years, the situation along the Ga.a
Strip has been fairly stable. Once in a great while, son e
Egyptian infiltrators do try to get across into Israel 8
lands. But even those sorties are rareand they are al-
most always frustrated by UNEF s uiy presence.
Wait Until the Nazis See This Kramer Movie
Hollywood
NUREMBERG" is
** the recipient of no less than six
(;< hieii Globe nominations of the Holly-
wood Foreign Press Assn. Stanley Kram-
er, who recently returned from Germany.
attended the awards reception where I
cornered him lor his views on his trip
into -'enemy'' territory.
Kramer told me that half of the people who saw "Judg-
ment al Nuremberg" opening night m Berlin, applau
ire and its message. Th< other 50 percent
ntly opposed n< I only to thi
"for the Kramer has to bring such an
insulting film to Gei many."
ie unrepentant followers <>f Nazism should be
ed .. I en Ihej hi ir bout Kramer's next,
ring ci npletion, "Point Blank," an indictment
of the Germ an-American Bund ';' ring World War II. The
yarn is based oh an incident from Dr. Robert Lindner's
much-discussed book, 'The 50 Minute Hour.'' ami a sub-
sequent 90-minute television dramatization, "Destiny's
Tot." that created a strong impact on the viewer
out the country. (
Screen play author and director of 'Point Blank,
first picture that producer Kramer has not himself guio
since 1954, is a u mparative newcomer to the Cl
his twenties. Hubert Cornfield, himself a relugee tn.-
Nazism, fled with his parents to Lisbon when the benn*"!
aim\ marched into France. 1
Point Bl nk" deals with a vicious, psj
American Nazi who Is puked up In 1942 by the FBI*
subversive activities in this country. Placed m a
penitentiary, he is turned over to a Negro psycl
ej Poitier). who gets him to talk freely about '
and causes for his behavior.
Borrowi leaf from Hitler's philosopl
in the Second Book of 'Mem Kampf." the Bundisl lea s
expn sses hit views to the psychiatrist. "You
need you. Vou and the Jews, that is. [f there is noi
nite enemy, we create one We nee:! one lo blame tl
on. yon are our secret weapon. Vou arc the causi
unite against and you, and the Jews, more than anyo*
will he responsible tor our triumph.''


Friday. March IS. 1962
* Unit* FhrH, nr
Page 15-A
Turn Down i
Israel Common
|J Market Try
BRUSSELS (JTAi Israel's
urgent bid for a link with the bur-
geoninj European Common Mark-
kas si( .racked this week by the
complexities of completing the
task ol rinsing Britain into the
six nati< trading group.
The European Economic Com-
tj governoring body, the
mcil .Ministers decided not
ike up Israel's bid at its cur-
31 The .clay was voted
spite repeated pledges which Is-
. 11 officials received from states-.
i hi the six countries that Is-
I iel's plea would get consideration
the i. rent session.
The reason given for the deci-
sion was the complexities of the
task of bringing Britain into the
EEC. It was understood the
Council would not act on Israel's
bid until the British matter is
disposed of. The next session of
the Council is scheduled for April
and it was hoped that Israel's
request would receive considera-
tion then.
Levi I shkol, I >rael's Finance
came to Brussels espe-
tally for the meeting Among the
ifficiaU with whom he discussed
rael's need for a link with the
EC : Prof. Walter Hallstein,
resident of the EEC executive
i.mmittee, and Eugene Schaus,
,uxemb Foreign Minister.
Report! from Cairo reaching
Vashington this week spoke of the
'maximum determination" of the
irab countries to prevent Israel
urn achieving its Common .Mark-
It objectivesome sort of customs
(act to protect its substantial ex-
>rt market in those countries. The
lairo reports indicated that Arab
Imbassadors to the EEC countries
ilivered notes to the Governments
those countries which contained
ireats t( boycott any country sup-
irting 1-rael's bid.
Day Camp Plans Reunion
Registration for Flagler Grana-
da summer day camp will begin
on Saturday. Mar. 25, at 4 p.m..
with a reunion at camp headquar-
ters. 5i) N'W 51st pi.
The camp will open on June 25
and will be conducted for a seven-
week period. Monday through Fri-
day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Activ-
ities Include swimming instruction.
athletics, crafts and dramatics,
plus trips, evening camp tires, and
cookouts.
Campers bring lunch and the
camp provides drinks, ice cream
or popsicles each day.
Staff is headed by ETwTn B.
Marshall, principal of Carol City
Elementarv School.
Mayor Robert King High (lefO proclaims Mar. II to 18 De-
Molay Week in Miami. Center is Abe S. Goldman member
cf the board of directors of Miami Scottish Rite bodies. Look-
ing on is Joseph G. Roberts, executive o:::;e: supreme coun-
cil of DeMolay :or Florida
Emanu-EI Will Mark Purim
'harmacists Set
"V Program Here
Southeast Florida Pharmaceuti-
il Assn announces a special tele-
ion program will be presented
lesday 8:19 a.m.. on ch. 10 in
Observance of National Poison Pre-
lent ion Week
I.ma! committee includes Ben
Temple E
i-c is :
sund '
Stu nl :ongr
gation 5 Hebi
school r ui Fri<
Sunday morning. *
costume para U
services
Simultaneously, high school stu-
dents attending the youth
breakfast service w i I I entertain
themselves with a Purim program.
On Monday morning, boys and
girls enrolled in 'he Nursery school
will go in costume to the North
Branch building for a party.
Monday evening will be ush-
ered in with the traditional read-
ing of the Megillah in the Tem-
ple at 7 p.m. Parents will bring
their children, who will be hon-
ored at a Kiddush reception in
the patio adjacent to he sanc-
tuary after the service. The PTA
will sponsor the even*.
All Foundation School students
- I Mr nd Mrs
Mr and Mrs
co-hosts
T
ns, will
linn r in Sirk
- i >nil % They
.. tear Dr Irving Lehrman, an.I
musical ent xtainment will be pro-
vided by Cantor Hirsh Adler. Flor-
ence Goldrtng loseph Greenberg.
i.nd members of the Temple Play-
er;
Hie Feast o: Purim will con-
clude with a post-Purim masque-
rade for all teen-agers, sponsored
by Emanu-El's United Synagogue
Youth group, on Saturday evening
ai the North Branch building. It
will get underway at 7:30 p.m.
Facts about
RASSCO
Israel Corporation
Founded in 1934 by the Jewish Agency on the initiative ol
the late Chaim Wei/mann as the central instru-
ment for middle class settlement." The work
ing capital and reserves of Hassco amount to
I C 10.000.000.
Objects To build middle class agricultural villages for
immigrants To plant and administer citrus
plantation- To house new immigrants and to
erect new urban and suburban resilient ial quar-
ters To promote and execute investment pro-
jects on behalf ol foreign investors in Israel in the
sphere of agriculture, building, trade and industry
To administer investments in Israel tor non-
resident investors To advise on economic mat-
ters pertaining to Israel.
Achievements Urban and suburban quarters in almost ever} city
and town in Israel 40 middle class villages ol
which 20 were built since the establishment of
the Stale of Israel 68.000 people settled in town
ami country 3.000 housing units completed
every year I60 million turnover by theRassco
jiroup ofcompanies this year.
Representation for U.S.A. & Mexico:
RASSCO ISRAEL CORPORATION
250 West 57 St., New York 19, N.Y.
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
SIDNEY S1EGEL
17925 N.E. 7th Court North Miami Beach
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Due to April 1 falling on Sunday, applications will be accepted on
Monday, April 2, Court House only, Room 242, 9 A.M. till 12 Midnite.
If you have lost the renewal form mailed to you, go to your nearest
city hall or county tax assessor's office with the legal description of
your property.
A deputy assessor will be at the following locations to assist you in
making your returns.
[x _!._, Miami, Proper County Tax Assessor's Office, Court House
Uaily. Miami Beach 9:00 Till 4:30
kVJ*.nlMw* Perri"e Metro Dade Co. Bldg. 8. Zoning Sub Station, 9870 E. Fern St.
IVIOnaay Hialeah 9:00 till 4:30 Homestead 9 till 4:00
T -* Opa-locka 8:30 till 12:00 ... Miami Shores 1:30 till 4:30
I lieSCICiy. Hialerv_9:00 till 4:30 Vill. of Bit*. Park, Mar. 27, only9:00 till 4:30
West Miami 9 till 12:00 South Miami 1:30 to 4:30
WedneSCflaV* BaV Harbor Island 2 till 4:30 Coral Gables 8:30 till 4:30
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. North Miami 8:30 till 4:30 Miami Springs 1 till 4:30 .
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North Miami Beach 9 till 4:30 Coral Gables 8:30 till 4:30
11:30 till 1 Surf side 2:00 till 4:30
34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
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Application Is Filed Within The Time Limit Provided By Law. For This
Reason I Urge All Home Owners To File Their Applications Without
Delay.
SAM L. ELCOOK
METROPOLITAN DADE COUNTY TAX ASSESSMENT DEPT.
Be Sure You Get Your Receipt For Tiling 7962 Homestead Exemption


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Friday, March 16, 196j
Knesset Affirms Wiretapping Right
A New Horizons Award for outstanding service to the 1962
Combined Jewish Appeal goes to Arthur Shandloff (right), co-
chcirman of the Builder's Group. Making the presentation is
Max Goldstein, co-chairman of the CIA's important Construc-
tion Division. The award was given to Shandloff at a leader-
ship report meeting this week.
Fair Sabbath Law Hope Soars
f Continued from Pye 1-A
tort the Legislature for more
then ten years but have never
passed either house. For several
years it has had the support of
the Protestant Council of Church-
es, but has been opposed by the
Roman Catholic Church.
The last legislative action on the
subject was in 1958 when after an
emo'.ional and acrimonious public
debate on the issue, the Assembly
voted down a home rule bill that
would have permitted Sunday store
hours in New York City,
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JERUSALEM (JTA> A pri-
vate members' bill to ban official
wiretapping was defeated in Parlia-
ment this week after Justice Min-
ister Dov Joseph assured the depu-
ties that the Government was form-
ulating legislation to prohibit un-
authorized use of listening devices.
The bill, which was submitted by
Zvi Zimmerman, of the Liberal
Party, would have required Israeli
courts to reject evidence obtained
by wiretapping. It was defeated
37 to 29.
The Justice Minister called the
bill "badaood only for Com-
munists." He cited many western
countries in which official listen-
ing-in was permitted for state
security reasons and for preven-
Hearing May
Probe Rockwell
Tiff on Campus
Continued from P*9 I-A
of killing other Americans to im-
prove the country.' Our students
1 had never heard anybody talk like
that before."
Meanwhile, the Virginia State
Senate overwhelmingly approved
last weekend a bill to revoke the
State Charter of George Rockwell's
American Nazi Party. The mea-
sure went through the upper cham-
ber with no debate. The bill was
identical with the one passed last
week by the House of Delegates
which bars the use of the worJs
Nazi" or "National Socialist" in
the char.er name of any group.
Its effect would not necessarily
put an end to Rockwell's activities,
however, since it leaves open the
possibility that Rockwell can ap-
ply for a new charter under a dif-
ferent name.
The measure now goes back to
the House of Delegates for engros-
sing prior to being passed on to
Gov. Albertis Harrison for signa-
ture. Once in effect, the measure
would empower state authorities to
take legal steps leading for formal
revocation of the present charter.
A House-passed resolution con-
demning the Rockwell group as
"an enemy of the people of Vir-
ginia and the United States" has
not yet been acted upon by the
Senate.
Hen of serious crimes. He con-
tended that there was no con-
tradiction between the individ-
ual's civil rights end tho right of
the state to combat espionage,
treaoon and grave crimes.
He said the United States. Bri-
tain, France, Denmark. Sweden
and Italy were among the "en-
lightened countries" where wire-
tapping was approved under cer.|
tain conditions.
The Minister evoked a lively re-1
, action when, in reply to a qur-'.i.
from the floor, he expressed a pe7f
> tonal opinion that telephones oil
Knesset members could be tapped
Heckled by a retort that this wouldI
conflict with the law of Parliament
tary immunity, he replied that the [
law could be amended.
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Memorial Set
For Brainin
Concert and literary evening cele-
brating the 110th anniversary ot
the Jewish writer and scholar. Reu-,
bin Brainin. in whose honor a child-1
ren's clinic in Israel was named,
will be held Sunday, Mar. 25, at
8:30 p.m.
Entertainment will include an
Israeli program by Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Eisenberg. classical selec-
tions by Barnett Breeskin. violin-
| ist, and a group of songs by Joyce
Faber, coloratura soprano.
Event is under the auspices of
the Reubin Brainin Committee of
! Miami.
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ISABEL GROVE
Golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Parness
of 2435 SW 23rd st.. was celebrated on Sunday at a buffet-supper
given by son Mordecai and wife, Sylvia, and daughter and son-
in-law. Naomi and Jack Chernau, at the Chernau home, 178 Shore
dr.. Bay Heights Married in Russia, Mr. and Mrs. Parness
came to the U.S. in 1916, lived in New Jersey and New York until
1954. and then moved to Miami For her 50th anniversary, the
former Rachel Schoenfeld wore a navy raw silk accessorized with
simple gold jewelry Highlight of the evening, and a complete
surprise, was a three-tiered wedding cake presented to their
grandparents by Lenny and Suzy Parness and Danny Chernau
. Among the 35 guests were Mrs. Sarah Rappaport, the groom's
sister. Abe Broitman, a passenger on the same ship which brought
the Parnesses to this country, the Max Sheinbergs, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Parness. and Mrs. Mordecai Yardeini.

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Sixty years of wedded togetherness celebrated recently by
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Katz Cocktail-buffet party hosted by
their children, Ruth and Ben Brand, Rena and Murray Gross, and
Harriet Gross, on the patio of the waterfront home of son and
daughter-in-law. Howell and Ruth Kase, 3280 Chase ave. Color
scheme for the evening was red, white and pink carried out in
the mammoth wedding cake Mrs. Katz set off her gorgeous
white hair in a powder blue linen frock and white orchids, looking
charming as she danced the anniversary waltz with her husband
. Married in New York City, the couple came here eight years
ago They have seven children and eight grandchildren .
Guests at the party were grandson Robert Gross and fiancee Phyl-
lis Goldstein, and Mrs. Kase's sister, Mrs. Hattie Saffir .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laskin, 6060 SW 42nd st., will observe
the 25th anniversary of their wedding held Mar. 16, 1937. in New
York City on Saturday at an open house given by daughter Barbara
Ann The Laskins lived in Warren. O., for 18 years before
moving to Miami Looking forward to welcoming their many
friends and relatives Saturday evening.
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Another couple celebrating their silver wedding anniversary,
the Sam Altmans, of 3881 NW 1st st. Will mark the occasion
with dinner Sunday at the New Fireside restaurant surrounded
by friends and relatives Here for the festivities are daughter
and husband, the .lark Bernes Jack is attending Emory Uni-
versity in Atlanta. Ga., and in June he'll become a dentist and a
brand new father Son Allen, also at Emory, will be here, and
of course youngest son Robert, a student at Kinloch Park Junior
High Others are Mrs. Bessie Goldstein and Mrs. Phil Rubin,
the former Mrs. Altman's mother, the latter, her sister the
Glassmans, Mrs. B. Baumbard, and the Ben Weisners, all of
Brooklyn .
Sandra Cecelia Goldstein, who was Bas Mitzvah on Friday
evening at Flagler Granada Jewish Center, feted at a reception
Saturday night by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein,
and her grandfather. Mitchell Braunstein Junior guests were
cousin Barry Braun, Jan Ziegler, and Barry Bush, but twisting to
the music of Barry Beck and his orchestra was not confined to the
very young Seniors essaying something beyond the foxtrot
were Roz and Ray Berrin, Frances and Ben Trupkin. Sylvia and
Herb Lustig. Pauline and Al Lewis, the David Porvins and the Ben
Sterns Parents of Sandra's friends included the Moe Browns,
Mac Brilliants, Harold Strumpfs, Walter Kayes, Irving and Reva
Wexler. Edith and Ed Moore, and Ida and Irving Lax.
*
Our brilliant sun never looked better than it did to Rosalie
and Joseph Segal last week They had encountered rain, sleet
and snow every day of the two weeks they had spent in the Big
Town which shall be nameless Didn't keep Roz from buying
some exquisite things for the Boutique Shop which is a fund-raising
activity of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach Also
spent time with son Tillman and his bride of six months, Barbara,
and managed a few Bioadway shows ...
Scheduled to return from a 10-day trip to Hawaii this week
are Mr. and Mrs. George (Martha) Schwartz Hosts on a char-
tered jet flight to the Fedders dealers of Florida, they had break-
fast in Miami, lunch in Los Angeles, and dinner in Honolulu .
Leaving for an extended trip are Esther and Benjamin Bos-
kin, of 4399 SW 2nd st. On Sunday they'll plane out for a direct
flight to Israel where they will spend five weeks, followed by
several weeks in Europe and then home.
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Several members of Westbrooke Country Club received un-
expected birthday cakes at their tables during the club's all-star
dinner dance last Saturday evening The candle-lit cakes in
the darkened room brought "oohs" and "aahs" from the 500
guests as they were carried to celebrants Anne (Mrs. Sam) Bron-
stein, Dory Auerbach, Johnny Feller, and his sister-in-law, Sarah
Feller Some of the members, including Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Pomerantz, left the club for about an hour to attend a cotillion
for their youngsters at Beth Am, but they returned to Westbrooke
where dancing continued past midnight ..
Art Bruns recognizes a winning musical format when he has
it so the Singing Strings and organist Dick Betts continue at King
Arthur's Court and the Tip Toppers and Win Morgan Trio hold
over at the Carriage Club .
Mrs. Ethel Schonfeld Gerson, new party-secretary for the
Coconut Grove Playhouse, is finding excitement there she hadn't
anticipated Sudden illness of Peggy Wood necessitated post-
ponement of the opening of "Girls in 509" with changes in tickets
and parties planned ... But Fay Bainter is going to substitute
and in the best tradition of the theatre, the show will go on .
The many friends of Harry Schwartz, of 1800 SW 17th st.. are
happy to hear that he'll soon be out of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, where he has been for too long. _______________
if. fWt
oman s
WorfJ
' clewish Flaridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 16, 1962
Section B
Participating in Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary chairman's
seminar Monday were Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser, president of the Auxiliary, Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, Mrs.
Inez Krensky, and Mrs. Morris Goldin.
Left to right are Mrs. Alexander Kogan, reservations, Mrs.
Milton Smith, chairman of the day, and Mrs. Sol Goldstein,
president of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, discussing the Sis-
terhood's 21st anniversary luncheon Wednesday at the Eden
Roc hotel. Not shown is Mrs. Jack Falk, luncheon co-chair-
man.
21st Anniversary For Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El
will have its 21st anniversary lunch-
eon next Wednesday at the Eden
Roc hotel.
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman
will be guests of honor.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president,
and past presidents of the women's
organization will be in the receiv-
ing line.
Included are Mesdames Joseph
Berman, Irving Cypen, Jack Falk,
Sherman R. Kaplan, Isadore New-
man, Harry Rogers, Joseph Rose,
Morris Rubin, and Milton Smith.
During the afternoon, the organi-
zation will pay tribute to its patron
and donor contributors.
Guests will be entertained by
the Temple Players in a Trixie
Levin adaptation of a current mu-
sical hit.
In the cast are Mesdames Ben
Ball, Leonard Glickman, Murry
Purim Play at Judea
Ellis Robins, religious school ad-
ministrator at Temple Judea, an-
nounces Purim festivities includ-
ing a Purim play by the Sunday
school children, will be held Sun-
day at 10 a.m. _______^___
Koretzky, Nate Perlmutter, Rocky
Pomerance and Mitton Weinkle.
Mrs. Millie Draizar is accompan-
ist.
Luncheon co-chairmen are Mes-
dames Jack Falk and Milton
Smith.
Mrs. William Farr and Mrs.
Henry Penchansky will be in
charge of hostesses and Mrs. Mor-
ris Krovetz, table decorations.
Sinai Women j
Hold Seminar
For Chairmen
First annual chairman's seminar
of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt.
Sinai Hospital held Monday was
"a most successful endeavor." ac-
cording to president of the Auxil-
iary. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, who
also served as chairman.
Participating on the panel, which
began the day's activities, were
past president of the Ml. Sinai
Auxiliary. Mrs. Louis Glasser, who
spoke on Recruitment;'' Mrs. Mor-
ris Goldin. whose topic was "De-
partment Orientation and Train-
ing;" Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, on
"Contents and Purposes of the
Evaluation Book;" Mrs. Inez Kren-
sky, who discussed "Patient Rela-
tions and Community Relations."
Buzz sessions followed, and were
led by vice presidents, Mrs. Mur-
ray A. Shaw. Mrs. John Owen,
Mrs. Arthur Burrell. and treas-
urer of the Auxiliary, Mrs. Ray-
mond E. Feiner.
Mrs. Harry Papier, director of
public relations and development
at Mt. Sinai Hospital, addressed
the group on "The VolunteerAn
Integral Part of the Hospital."
Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, director of
nursing, commented on the rela-
tionship between the volunteer, the
patient, and nursing.
Marvin J. Bostin. associate di-
rector of Mt. Sinai, addressed the
group on "Hospital Administration
and Volunteers."
The seminar was recorded by
Mrs. Aaron Farr. Registration
was under the supervision of Mrs.
Joseph Duntov, and seminar work
kits were prepared by Mrs. Yale
Levinson and Mrs. Lawrence E.
Singer. Written evaluation com-
ments concluded the workshop.
Props Schedule 'Rewards1 Dinner
Props, women of show business,
announce their annual "Academy
Rewards Dinner of the Year" will
be held Sunday, Apr. 1, in the
Cafe Pompeii of the Eden Roc
hotel.
Highlight of the evening will be
an original full-scale musical
comedy revue, "April in Fools-
ville."
Written and directed by Patsy
Abbott and produced by president,
Jerri Kruger Pollak, the show will
feature every top national and fe-
male star currently in the area.
As in the past, costumes will be
originally designed with every star
spotted in specially-written ma-
terial for the engagement.
Added highspot of the evening
will be the presentation of the an-
nual "Jerri" Award. Past recip-
ients have included Diosa Costello,
Edye Gorme and Martha Raye,
with this year's, as in the past,
held secret until the evening of
the affair.
Reservations may be obtained
by calling Mrs. Laurence Jarr. All
proceeds will be directed toward
needy performers. The Props al-
ready have donated $20,000 to the
AGVA Foundation Home in Monti-
cello, N.Y. __


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Friday. March 16. 1962
Cast of the skit, "Women's Branch Showcase,"
presented at the annual conference of the
Florida chapter of the Women's Branch of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations ot
America included (left to right) Mesdames
Abraham Seii. Kneseth Israel; Saul Kalch-
man. Young Israel; Abraham Auron. Young
Israel; Charles Inslar. Beth Israel; Saul Weger.
Beth El; William Swimmers, Beth El; Minerva
Cohen, Beth El; Max Rappaport, Beth El; Frank
Fine, Beth Israel. Not shown is Mrs. Samuel
Ersoff. Mrs. David Lehrfield was chairman of
the conference held at Beth Israel Synagogue
early this week
Douglas Gardens Purim Party
Better Than the Donut." with Mrs.
Nadja Perchikoft speaking for the
Residents" annual Purim festival Mrs. Sophie Reiser 8aJ-y*ar-old affirmative site and Norman Lit-
at Douglas Gardens. Jewish Home f)oel 0f Douglas Gardens, will re- schftz :>: Mm negative, u
tor the Aged of Greater Miami. CU(? and 3 deb3.;, -Hamantasr is held
will be held on Sunday at 2 p.m
More than 4(1 residents, whoso
average age is 82, will participate
in this year's program, assis
by volunteers from the Nation.!'.
Council of Jewish Women v
throughout the year, direct the
residents In group activities.
Highlighting : h e performance
will be special Purim selections
by the 14 voice resident choir
b> Mrs. Sally Manne; selections
by the dance group, choreograph-
ed by Mesdames Anne Schwartz
Ella Abbott and Joan Ablin Sehe:
and pianist Hortense Ball; and an
original Purim skit directed b>
Mrs Lily Stone.
Mrs. Turk Will
Be Seen Hare
Mrs, Harold Turk will do a "one-
man" show of "Dark at the Top
of the Stairs" at a tea for pros-
pective life members, new and old
life members of Brandeis Univer-
sity. National Women's Commit-
tee, at the home of Mrs. Sol C.
Shave. 1300 Biscaya dr.. Surfside.
on Friday. Mar. 23, at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Turk is the founding pres-
ident of the original Greater Mi-
ami chapter, an honorary director
of the Miami Beach chapter, and
is presently a member of the na-
tional program committee A
drama major in college, Mrs Turk
has appeared before many Miami
audiences.
A one million dollar drive in
three years for life members, sup-
plemented by the Goldfarb gift of
one and one-half million dollars. ]
helped complete the library at
Brandeis University,
Reservations for the life mem
bership tea should be mane by
Mar 20. according to Mrs. Solo-
nun B. Margolis. president of the
chapter,
MRS. HAROLD TURK
'Mellah Mother' Certificates
Regular luncheon meeting of tr.j
Islanders chapter of Women .
American ORT Will be held \i ,
day noon at the Seville hotel "Ml
la Mother" certificates wi I ,
awarded
Center Dinner Dance
Southwest Jewish Center anntu!
dinner dance will be held Satur-
day night. Mar. 24. at Michel's
kosher restaurant Harry Goch-
man is in charge of reservations
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+Jewlst> ffrriJforj
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\
Community to Honor Mrs. Grossman
On Her Retirement from GMJCC
A dinner in honor of Mrs. Ethel
Grossman, upon her retirement af-',
1er 20 years of service to the com-
munity, has been arranged for Sa-;
turday night, 7:30 p.m., at the Bis-
cayne Terrace hotel.
Known as an outstanding autho-
rity in the field of preschool edu-
cation, Mrs. Grossman served dur-
ing these years as county super-
visor of the Early Childhood De-
velopment program of the Greater i
Miami Jewish Community Center. |
Reservations for the dinner are
being taken by Mrs. Melvin Shrago.
During her many years of lead-
ership in the Greater Miami area,
Mrs. Grossman was recognized as
an authority on the pre school
child. Starling in 1942, when she
i
Flamingo Chapter
Dinner Party
Flamingo chapter. American
[edical Center, will have a dinner
party in the Deauville hotel on
Sunday.
Following a cocKtan party in the
Cnariemagnc room from 6:30 to
7:30, the group will have dinner
and see the show starring Brenda
and Jack Carter in the Casa-
nova room.
Flamingo chapter is one of seven
local chapters of the American
Medical Center, a non-sectarian
hospital in Denver which treats
cancer and tuberculosis patients
.out charge.
According to Mrs. Ben Warhaftig.
rionor chairman, and Mrs. Murray
Levrant, president, 100 persons are
expected.
was called upon by the Federal
government to open and supervise
a nursery school at t h e Miami
YMHA under the Lanham Act, Mrs.
Grossman went on to develop a
high standard of operation. One
of the founders of t h e Florida
Assn. on Children Under-Six, Mrs.
Grossman now serves as president
of its South Florida Section.
She served as a member of the
Metro committee to draw up a pro-
visional ordinance for licensing or-
ganizations serving pre school
children in Dade county. She serv-
ed on the Florida State legisla-
tive committee and attended the
1961 session of the Legislature to
promote action for raising stand-
ards in pre-school programs in
Florida.
She also gave leadership to the
community as chairman of the
child care committee of the Fam-
il> and Children's Division of the
Welfare Planning Council. She led
. to determine the needs lor
serving children in programs out-
side the home.
Her late husband. Maurice Gross-
man, was widely known in t h e
community a? ;he executive di-
rector of the Miami YMHA for
many years.
MRS. ETHEL GROSSMAN
Flagler-Granada Carnival
Flagler Granada Sisterhood is
sponsoring its anuual Punm car-
nival on Sunday, 12:30 p.m., at
the Flagler Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. Program will include food,
games, and a country store.
Purim Party
At Folk School
The David Pinski Folk School
will celebrate Purim on Monday
evening at the Farband Culture
Center. 842 Washington ave.
Children will participate in the
program of Jewish and Hebrew
recitations and songs, humorous
' recitations by Philip Nashkin. a
' reading about Purim by Max R
Astor, and community singing an-
I der the supervision of Mr and
j Mrs. Ben Yomen.
Cultural chairman. Mendel Cho-
| mitz. will preside.
Beth David Will
See Color Slides
Next regular meeting of Beth
David Sistei ill be W<
day, 12:30 p.m at .-; ct r Hall.
r a tricf business mei
cted bj Mrs. Max Jacobsor,.
ent, Mrs. Seymour Kaplan,
will pi
Ainslee Fen .< attorney, fit si
icr vice commander of the Depart-
ment of Florida, Jewish War Vet-
erans.
Ferdie. who served as past com-
mander of the M .. Solomon
Post 243 of JWV of Coral Gable,
visi a program which in-
cludes a taped interview with
; George Lincoln Rockwell, ol
lington, Va., and ecu red slides oi
the America! Nazi Party. General
discussion w.il follow.
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In addition, there will be a Wishing
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booths featuring handicrafts, wear-
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The Garden Mart will open at
11:30 a.m. Closing time is 5 p.m.,
according to Mrs Samuel Avarach,
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Proceeds will go to ORT's project
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* Jewish fhridfatr
Friday. March 16, 1962
Hebrew Univ. Women's Division Planning
Israel 14th Anniversary Celebration Here
South Florida's celebration of, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Isra. rsar: of inde- Mrs. Samuel Simor.hoff. presi-
ded by a com- den;, said exact details of the
ide birthday party Ma) oration will be revealed next w<
5 sponsored She 1 the announcemtr,: i -
Greater Mia en's Division day a: a luncheon held at the Mi-
. Friends of the^-rni Beach home ^i Mrs. Jennie.
Singers Slcte
'Shulamsth'
On Sunday
the opera by
horn Gol become
a classic of "i ica! mu-
.. be presented in
on Sun-
Miami Beach Auditor-

mu:. ers. the i
ma' an-
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such
ire of the first Je
opera. "Bar Kochba." "America.
H r Exih -. "Queen E;>-
"Purim Shpiel1
At Menorah
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
meet in the social hall Wednes-
day evening.
Program chairman. Mrs. Herbert
Kaplan, will present a play. "Mai-
kah's Purim Shpiel."' with Mes-
dames Herman Kooperman. Rita
Epjstein, Joseph Feldman. Sally
Kurman. Robert Lee. Charles
Marks and Frank Nankin.
Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood
president.
MR. AM MRS. Btli YOKiN
' I
y will be the pi
"Song of Life"' in which the 63
Singers will back the new Be".
Yomen adaptation of the famed
I. L Peretz story. Featured solo-
ist will be Luis Pichardo. noted
tenor of the Havana Opera Com-
pany. Program of arias will be
offered by Pichardo. as well as by-
Miss Donn and Feldman, the latter
presenting popular renditions of
Israeli songs. Feldman. who is
making his first concert appear-
ance, was brought to the United
States by Ed Sullivan and has ap-
peared three times on Sullivan's
television show.
Pianist Margaret Yomen will
also be featured in a solo rendi-
tion of "Wedding March "
Grossinger. honorary president of
the local organization, and nation-
al vice president of the Women's
Division of the American Friends.
The May 5 party, which will be
climaxed by a Saturday night din-
ner dance, also will mark the ob-
servance of the 13th anniversary
of Israel's admission into the Uni-
ted Natii
"In many ways, this is the true
Bar Mitivah of Israel." Mrs. Si-
ih :; said. "Israift %>-
ce into the family of nations
rked the end of a bitter
t of comba: now known as the
ration. Until the UN
voted to admit Israel the Jewish
j life hung in the bal-
ance
More than 50 leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish women's
community also heard talks by-
Anna Brenner Meyers and
Dr. Julius Rogoff. a member of
the board of governors of the He-
brew University of Jerusalem, and
cr.e of the founders of its medical
school.
Mrs. Meyers. rves as vice
pres th the local
v. .% Divisions re-
te Amor.
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set aside
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Chai Chapter
Meeting Tuesday
Regular meeting of Chai chap-
ter. B'nai B'rith Women, will
held Tuesday at the Deauvulc
tel.
"Hillel in Action will be pre-
sented by Dr. Don:.id Mi
and a croup of students h
Hillel Foundation.
Mrs. Edith F
chairman. Chapter president
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In Luncheon
Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, president
of Ner Tamid Sisterhood, announces
the week of Mar 14 through 21 as
Ner Tamid Journal Week.
The observance will be culminat-
ed with a luncheon at noon on
Wednesday in Sklar Auditorium.
The luncheon will honor Mrs.
Fannie Sklar. who. together with
her late husband Sam Sklar. were
one of the founders of the Temple.
Proceeds of the journal will help
maintain the religious school. Mrs.
Jack Gerson is chairman of the
journal


Purim Play
To be Shown
Over 100 bo;
. an v
ip at :bc Israi
sent a "Pun Spi ilar,'
including son aces and
Lines, v.. 1
Who Stole the Mun." an
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Manhattan's lower east side. It crosses the ocean, and extends
all the way to Africa. You'll see what I mean when you
read this story.
I was touring Africa with what we call in the profession a
one-woman show. You have no idea what the word "distance"'
means until you go city hopping in Africa. Very often we
wculd travel thirty-six hours and see nothing but \\ldt and
sun parched mountains. I was really appreciative, even a
little guiltVj when people told me about their long journeys
to the theatre. So after my show in Kiruberly, I j ersuaded my
husband to ccme out and make a curtain speech. It weal some-
thing like this: "Because of your wonderful recej tit n. and
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Friday. March 16. 1962
+Jewisli ftoridliain
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Pioneer Women Will Hear Israeli
Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women will hold its 22nd an-
nual donor luncheon on Sunday
noon in the West ballroom of the
Fontainebleau hotel.
Theme of the day will be "Pio-
neer Women's Role in the New
Glim.''
Principal speaker for the after-
noon will be Mrs. Tamar Eshel.
a secc-nd generation Sabra. who
has specialized in Middle Eastern
affairs and Arabic studies. Her
topic will be "Pioneer Women's 36
Yean in Israel."
Program iclude presenta-
-. m of pins b Mrs. Leo Goldman,
vice ; it sidei i ational board
member, to n members.
Mrs Mosi vice presi-
dent, ".-ill speak on "Greater Mi-
ami I ioneei >' men's New Hori-
zons." and Joyi Faber, soprano,
Will present a group of vocal selec-
tions accompi by Esther Bcr-
rel at the piano.
A candlelight ing ceremony in
honor of Israel will be conducted
by Mesdames Sam Davis, Leo Plot
kin, Sally Barr, M. Chase, and M.
Sills, followed by a dramatic read-
ing on "The Rebirth of Israel," by
Mrs. Marion Meyer.
Chairman of the afternoon is Mrs.
Milton Green, Council president.
Mrs. L. Shkoler will give tuo in-
vocation.
Mrs. Eshel is the wife of Ambas-
sador Arieh Eshel, deputy perman-
ent representative of Israel to the
I'N and just appointed Consul Gen-
eral of Israel in New York.
In 1935. she was appointed to the
l I d< tion of the UN, her
il field of activity in econom-
id ial i un< U affairs. From
I >5 l 19 ". -he served on
. ins as the Israel repri sent;
live on humanitarian, cultural and
social committee ol the General
Assembly-
She was also alternate repn i tl-
tative to the Human Rights Com-
mission and a delegate to the World
Health Assembly.
The donor luncheon is the culmi-
nation of a year of effort by Great-
er Miami Pioneer Women toward
their responsibility to Moetzel Ha-
poalot in Israel.
'
At Beth David Congregation's Golden Jubilee
dinner dance Sunday in Spactor Hall of Beth
David are these co-chairmen (left to right): Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Badanes, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Weinkle. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin. Sev-
eral hundred persons, including second gener-
ation Beth David members, attended the event.
(See 'Charmingly Yours,' Page 9-B.)
MRS. T4MAS tSHtl
'Sponsor Gift'
Luncheon Set
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
ary. Jewish Home for the Aged.
will hold its annual -Sponsor Gift"
luncheon on Thursday noon. Mar.
22. at the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Baron de Hirseh Meyer will
give the opening prayer. Mrs.
Lawrence Sllverman, president,
and Mrs. Tobia; Sussman. chair-
man of Sponsors, will greet guests.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, has announced that Ela-
mar Horosny. strolling violinist*.
will perform, with Mrs. Solomon
Goldman, solois'.. and Al Harmati
at the piano.
Monty raised will be earmarked
for the Home Building Fund. Res-
ervations are being taken by Mrs.
Lawrence Silverman and Mrs. Man-
uel Tanenbaum
Wise Chapter
Lists Committee
Louise Wise chapter of Ameri-
can Congress has appointed a nom-
inating committee to choose a
slate of officers for the coming
year.
Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum is chair-
man, and members of the commit-
tee include:
Mesdames Eva Blum, Mary Co-
hen. Sara Cohen. Lillian Hersch,
Frances Herder, and Lillian Mam-
let.
Mrs. Herman Feller is chapter
president.
Purim Party
At Beth Shirah
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slachter,
748 Navarre, Coral Gables, will be
hosts at the Temple Beth Shirah
first annual Purim get together on
Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Skop will show color slides
and describe his trip to Israel and
historical Jewish places in Europe.
Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb will
present a program of Purim melo-
dies to be followed by the tradition-
al Hamantashen.
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Friday, March 16. 1962
Mrs. Grossinger Will Chair Israel Bond
Women's Luncheon at Doral Country Club
the craftsmen
ancient Israel
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. philan-
thropist, civic and business leader
who has been at the forefront of
the Israel Bond program since its
inception, will serve as chairman of
the "Bonds-Between-Us" luncheon
under auspices of the Sponsors of
Israel of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Women's Division
The luncheon, first major 1962
event of the Miami Women's Divi-
sion, will take place on Thursday.
Apr. 12. at the Doral Country Club.
and will mark the premiere open-
ing of the club
Mrs. Grossinger announced that
, the luncheon will be a tribute of
Miami's women to the craftsmen
and artisans of Israel.
She said, "the dramatic growth
of Israel's industry through the
help of Israel Bonds la now a well-
known fact What is no: generally
lecognized is that Israel Bonds
have also been the means of help-
ing to develop Israel's world-tarn-
cus arts and cratt? The work of
Purim Fete At Beth David
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, the world's First Lady, congratulates
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Miami civic and philanthropic lead-
er, on her appointment as chairman of the "Bonds-Between-
Us" luncheon to be given by the Sponsors of Israel of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Women's Division. The luncheon,
in tribute to the craftsmen and artisans of Israel, will take
place on Thursday, Apr. 12. The occasion will also mark the
official premiere opening of the new plush Doral Country Club.
Purim will be celebrated at Beth
David Congregation with a carni-
val the day before Purim on Sun-
lay.
There will be a Purim a>sembly
in the morning, followed by the
carnival in the afternoon, under
the chairmanshp of Mrs. Sidney
Daniels.
The carnival will include rides,
sames. a luncheon, and a spaghetti
dinner that will be served after
4 p.m.
On Monday. Beth David will in-
stitute another "first" in its his-
tory, with the Megillah read twice.
The first reading will take place
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After the reading, the teen-agers
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From 6:45 to 8 p.m.. the Megil-
lah will be read again for children
and their parents in the main
sanctuary, where teen-agers will
also read portions of the Purim
scroll. Prepared by Louis Gadon.
the following students will partici-
i pate: Jack Rabin. Robert Stone.
Fred Wellisch. Daniel Weiss. Fred
Silverman. Barbara Cypen. Jef-
frey Ram. David Geyer and Jer-
ome Orlin.
Members of the confirmation
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English on the Megillah. including
Hazel Bakst. Joan Frame. Susan
Hammersmith, and Karen Fein-
gold.
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luncheon for the Women's Division of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital at her home, on La Gorce dr., to he'p rcise funds for
rompleteion of the upper three floors of the hospital. Shown
(left to right) are Mrs. William Lehman, M13. Herman Sonne-
born, Mrs. Pearl Trost, Mrs. Levy and Mrs. A. M. Childs.
Women Receive
Cedars Awards
Five local women h.~vt received
the gold Life Guardian and God-
mother Awards from Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital for community
service, it was announced this week
by Harold Dunsky, director ol the
Cedars development fund.
Named Lite Guardians were Mrs.
Philip Ettinger, 2301 SW 4th ave..
Miami: Mrs Harrj Zuckerman,
Morton Towers. Miami Beach;
Mrs. Birdie Childs, 560 VV. 49th st.,
Miami Beach; Mrs. B. S Kallen,
3131 Royal Palm ave.. Miami
. rid Mrs. Shirley chertok,
6580 Santana. (i ral Gables.
Mrs David W. Levy, of 5926 La
(, vi dr.. Miami Beach, was desi]
. .i Godmother for her generos-
ity to the building campaign and
ponsorship of a "Harvi
Health heon ;.: which 100 per-
cent ot the attendees enrolled as
ccntributi rs I ih< Cedars building
fund
The tour women received gold
medallions dec rated with the Ced-
ars of Lebanon cadeuseus and in-
scribed with the appreciation anci
thanks of Cedars' president, Sam-
uel T Sapiro.

Following the last concert of the Surfside Music Society in
Sk'.ar Auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid. the audience of some
5C0 music lovers was pleasantly surprised when Barbara
Hcberman, daughter of Surfside Councilman Louis Hobermcn
and Mrs. Hobermon. invited the audience for refreshments in
honor of her parents' 21st wedding anniversary.
Dndc county public schools, will be
guest speaker.
. m. ,n.L Mrs. Seymour Silverman, vice
Women's committee of JFCS has scum ol Modern Art ol NE 19tn ulcm 0, membership, is chair-
completed plans for a spring mem- > of member! M ,,v ,,.,, Mra MklI1
JFCS Women Planning Drive
bership drive anci art exhibit to be
based on a "bringa-new-member'"
man Of the day with Mrs. Melvin
theme.
Frumkes assisting her as refresh-
held Monday r.oor. a1 Miami Mu- ineme ments chairman, and Mrs. Law-
sl a; Horowitz, art director for !ht rence Kline as program chairman.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital women boost their new "Harvest-
Jor-Health" drive to obtain funds for completion of the top
ihree floors. Mrs. Jack Furman (left) is seen at a coffee telling
Mesdames Harry Zuckerman. Nathan I. Fleischer, and Phillip
Ettinger that the new non-sectarian hospital will alleviate the
ted shortaqe and provide additional research facilities in
heart disease and cancer. Pleased with the fund totais is
Harold Dunsky, director of the development campaign.
Art Holds Sway At Purim Fete
A visual interpretation of the Following the traditional Megil-
Siroll of Esther will be presented 'f reading, dir\e?.b> .K^1
,, Mayer Abramowitz. Mark will pre-
in honor of Purim at Temple Me- ^ Jhe S)()ry of Esther ^ unusual
norah on Monday by Nchcmiah woodcarvings.
Mark, noted wood sculptor. Ahasuerus. Haman. Esther and
Mordecai will spring to life in an
exceptional blend of primitive-
modern art forms while Mark in-
terweaves the story of the deliver
ance of the Jews from oppression
by Queen Esther
A selection of Mark's woodcarv-
ings. depicting other characters of
V /S*fc^^^^^^^^ the Bible and Torah. in addition to
those in the Story ot Esther, wiil
be displayed in the lobby of Tem-
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Friday. March 16 ||
Shane, Suchman Exchange Vows
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Harriet (Mrs. Lawrence) Singer doesn't remember too much of
what happened when she was a little girl in Newcastle. Pa. She knows
the studied the piano diligently, didn't particularly care (or dolls, and
loved to sew. Since she disliked following patterns, Harriet confined
ber needlework to quilting and needle point.
After taking a secretarial course in Pitts-
burgh, she went to New York, where she
worked for a theatrical producer. It was lots :
of fun, she remembers, even if the producer
did go broke, and Harriet often found herself :
providing the petty cash. The play? "Sadie
Thompson." Subsequently, she became a sec-
retary for the Press Agents and Managers
Union.
Harriet met Larry at a party when he had
just returned from the Philippines. Larry de- i
cided to finish school at Penn because Phil-
adelphia was much closer to New York than
Miami, as anyone who travels even the slight-
est amount knows. And so it was that they
were married.
After they moved to Miami. Harriet be-
came active in the Mt. Sinai Women's Aux-
iliary, Teen-Age Key Club, and the Miami
Opera Guild. She loves to travel with Larry.
bat one trip she took without him was to the
Wives Workshop of the Young President's Organization. Larry, as
president of the Royal Castle organization, is a member.
To be a child and have one's father own an ice cream parlor or
hamburger restaurant must be heaven on earth and the young
Singers certainly think so, Ricky. Carolyn, and Joanie included. For .
relaxation, the family fly in Larry's plane called "No Name."'
Last summer, when the Singers visited their children at camp,
they sat on the porch and rocked and rocked. Through all this busy
reason. Larry and Harriet are as anxious for camping days to return
I are the youngsters. They'll be able to sit back on the porch and
rock and rock.
*
SUPPRESSED DESIRES
It was a "Let Your Hair Down" party at Marvin and Nomi Zank's
house for the Alpha Epsilon Phi gals and guys. The invitation said
to come in the costume of one's suppressed desire. Most guests kept
their fancies to themselves except for the I. M. Wemsteins. who
proved to be the stars of the party. Red Weinstein wore a costume
that made him look half beatnik and half Apache dancer, while Bee
beUe of the evening. She wore a loose-fitting dress and loose
(Goess.) The pot luck dinner turned out just fine, with everyone
ig for Mrs. David Rifas' chocolate cake.
wonderful evening of a little talking, a little dancing, and a
lot of remembering found Mr. and Mrs. Mai Muroff, Dr. and Mrs.
Ev- rett G. Blasberg, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levitt,
anc Dr. and Mrs. Jess Spirer in a noddle.
I *
THfe REHEARSAL PAID OFF
I It was show business all right at the rehearsal of the Props for
their fund-raising "Fete of Stars" luncheon for Eva Gabor. Props
were running around in rehearsal clothes, looking as cute as can be.
Mrs. William Wickman trying to change a twenty dollar bill at the
cashier's cage didn't realize until much later that the Eden Roc had
just been burgled.
Chairman of the house committee, Mrs. Paul Pincus. busy seeing
that everyone had coffee. Connie Kulak and Lillian Burak two of her
best customers. Trudy Lawrence and Blanche Wallace doing the
Balling the Jack," while Mrs. Paul (Jerri) Pollak timed them. Patsy
Abbott, who took the part of Mama Gabor, was everywhere, acting
just like she was playing. Mrs. Al Podin minus three teeth when she
smiled she was the comedienne and this explained the dental
dilemma.
* *
DATE WITH THE PRESS
Pauline Frederick, NBC News United Nations correspondent, kept
the audience spellbound as she talked on "Change and Choice" at the
Theta Sigma Phi luncheon at the Seville hotel. In a dark blue shan-
tung dress with a small light blue hat, she looked like a rested Ger-
trude Lawrence, according to Mrs. Charles Finkelstein's aside to her
luncheon partner, Mrs. Morton Halpern. Miss Frederick's low, husky
voice carried authority, as it always does, while she reported on the
UN's purpose and what it has achieved.
The attractive red and pink flower arrangements were done single-
handed by Mrs. Harold Spaet. Among the past Headliners were Mrs.
Sydney Weintraub. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin,
Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. A new Headliner:
Mrs. Rhoda Levine. whose Fight for Sight League, of which she is
president, turned out in full force to see her get the coveted award.
Spotted in the crowd: Mrs. Pat Bromberg. Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Mrs. Jack Daner, Mrs. Micky Kraus, Mrs. Jennie Gros-
ainger, Mrs. 1. M. Feinstein, Mrs. Philip Thau.
* *
SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY
Herb and Lois Mathes went to the dedication of the Birmingham
hotel at the Birmingham Airport. Herb designed it, and the new prin-
ciple of construction it embodies is that guests ean't hear an outside
sound even if a jet flies overhead. Lois reports that they met
every dignitary' in Southern Alabama.
The thick Southern accents were hard to understand, but the
Southern hospitality left nothing to be desired.
Elaine Feme Suchman and Mar-
tin Herbert Shane were married
, Saturday night. Mar. 10, in a candle-
light, double ring ceremony in the
Cotillion room of the DiLido hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Suchman, 6170 SW
10th ter., W. Miami. She is a gradu-
' ate of Miami Senior High School,
where she was a member of Tau
Alpha Omega sorority, Anchor
Ciub. and Future Business Leaders
' of America.
She ha; been a resident of Miami
for 15 years and is originally from
New York City. She is presently
a legal secretary for the Miami law
firm of Langer, Alvin and Kramer.
Mr. Shane is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry A. Shane. 710 SW 60th
ave.. Miami. He attended schools
in New York City, and after beinR
a resident of Miami for four years,
is presently in the retail hardware
business.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor
William Lipson officiated at the
wedding.
The wedding party included Mrs.
Lent Edles, grandmother of the
bride. New York City.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Clif-
j ford L. Suchman, sister-in-law of
I the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss
i Helen Kessler and Miss Lin Man-
] nis. Bridesmatron was Mrs. Ber-
, Bard Weiss, sister of the groom.
Best man was Sidney Shane,
brother of the groom, of Hacken-
sack, N.J.
Uahers included Clifford L. Such,
man, brother of the bride; Ber-
nard Weiss, brother-in-law of the
groom; and Richard Bronsky,
friend of the groom, New York
City.
Ring bearer was Daniel Alan
Suchman, nephew of the bride.
Guest book was attended by Miss
Fern Berent. cousin of the bride.
The bride wore a wedding gown
of pure silk organza, reembroid-
ered alencon lace, glistening with
sequins and pearls, and garlands
on the neckline and skirt front.
Pleated bustle was atop the chapel
train. Bouffant French illusion veil-
ing was attached to her pillbox of
silk organza and matching alencon
lace was studded with the sequins
and pearls.
After a honeymoon trip to Puerto
Rico and the Virgin Islands, the
couple will reside at 9075 SW 48th
ter., Miami.
MRS. MARTIN SHAME
tSTMl HOUKMAH
Mrs. Hoberman
At Beth El
The third annual Purim party
and musical revue will be held
Sunday. 7:30 p.m., by the Sister-
hood of Beth El Congregation, 500
SW 17th ave.
Estelle Hoberman, interpretive
dancer, will be featured in a group
of Israeli dances in native cos-
tume. She has performed for many
organizations in this area, and is
the wife of Surfside Councilman
Louis Hoberman.
Others on the program include
Tova Simcoff. singer accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. Yolanda Sim-
coff; Ann Paul, soprano, in a group
of Hebrew songs; and a quartet of
dancers composed of Karen Kar-
keet, Marian Broome. Dian Barnes
and Shearl Arnold.
Accompaniment will be furnish-
ed by Ronald and Donald Tendrich
on electric guitars. The musical is
under the direction of Mrs. Fan-
nie Ames, chairman, and her com-
mittee includes Mrs. Max Kappa
port, Mrs. Sam Segal, and Mrs.
Sam Phillips.
Levines Reveal
Ellen's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Levine.
of 435 SW 30th rd., Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Bonnie Ellen.
The groom-to-be is Mike Schuch-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
O. Schuchman, of Indianapolis.
Ind.
Miss Levine will graduate from
Miami Senior High School in June
where she is a member of Phi
Delta Gamma sorority.
Mr. Schuchman attended Culver
Military Academy and the Univer-
sity of Indiana, where he is a
member of Zeta Beta Tau fratern-
ity.
A reception for 1he couple was
held at the Levine home on Mar. 4
for some 140 guests. Parents of
the groom-to-be came here from
Indianapolis for the event.
The betrothed couple are plan
ning for a July wedding, after
which they will continue their stu
dies at the University of Indiana.

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of "Conversations Unlimited," will
speak on "How Much Must the
Public Know?" at the next dis-
cussion group meeting. Event will
be held Friday evening in the
Washington Federal bldg., 1244
Washington ave.
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60 Years Later, the Music Played
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BETH DAVID held its Golden
* Jubilee dinner dance Sunday
in the congregation's grand ball-
room. Many of the families at-
tending have been members for
a number of years, and the feel-
ing was one of family warmth.
The decor, the dinner, and the
elegantly-gowned women all con-
tributed to the outstanding suc-
cess of the 50th birthday party.
Acting as co-chairman for the
evening were Mrs. Jerome Wein-
kle, who wore a white silk jacket
dress featuring a multi-colored
floral print; Mrs. Sam Badanes,
in a full-length gold Ha me bro-
cade with a fitted cape stole in
gold satin lined with the llame;
and Mrs. Louis Seitlin, who chose
black chiffon with petal panniers
attached to the cummerbund in
front and an Oriental obi effect
at the back of the waist created
by a black satin rose and bow.
Mrs. Murray Turetsky chose a
figure-molding sheath in an em-
bossed brocade black, gold, and
white. Mrs. Louis Heiman wore
tones and shades of browns on a
background of white silk, while
Mrs. Sam Heiman's choice was
a turquoise silk sheath. Mrs. (ins
sie Margulies, of the Beth David
staff, chose a silver grey silk
organza with white embroidery
on the full skirt, and oversized
puffed sleeves on the fitted bod-
ice.
'
LJRS. PHILLIP Schiff, whose
" husband, is president of the
congregation, wore a gold satin
jaeketed sheath overlaid with
white chantilly lace. The short
jacket was styled into a cape ef-
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muted mauve chiffon sheath with
asymetrically draped bodice fea-
turing a hem-length pannier at-
tached to one shoulder. Mrs.
Sidney Stepkin wore a black
sheath of an imported fabric, a
blend of peau de soie and satin.
Mrs. Henry Shier wore a mag-
nificent 14-karat gold theater
coat. Fabric was brought back
from Paris while the Shiers were
on a recent trip to Europe. Her
couturier designed the coat with
a cape sleeve and appliqued the
fabric inio a floral design to
create an illusion of a collar.
Wife of Beth David's spiritual
leader, Mrs. Norman Shapiro,
wore a red chiffon skirt topped
with a brocade bodice in black,
red, and gold. Mrs. Morris Co-
hen's chiffon gown was of pastel
shades of a mosaic print over silk
organza.
Mrs. Max Bergman selected a
seafoam green chiffon over gold
taffeta. Mrs. Edward Levine's
three-piece ensemble was a white
wool boucle with a gold thread
woven into the fabric. Her blouse
was of gold llame. Miss Bess
Wernikoff chose a black silk bro-
cade sheath. Miss Florence Ba-
danes wore an Italian straw lace
ensemble that she bought on her
last trip to Europe. The sheath
featured an extremely decollete
back neckline. Mrs. Edward
Safer's gown was a black and
white silk organza with ribbons
of black embroidered eyelette
across the white bodice. -
*. *
BJRS. Morris Rabinowitz chose
" a turquoise silk brocade cos-
tume ensemble featuring a se-
quined embroidered side pouf.
Mrs. Edward Wise bought her en-
tire ensemble in Europe. The
gown was a shell pink alencon
lace sheath with a jade green
satin theater coat. A black silk
crepe full-length formal was worn
by Mrs. Sidney Shier topped with
an emerald greed satin stole.
A champagne-colored satin bro-
cade sheath and matching great
coat was the choice of Mrs. Abe
Kasow. Her coat featured a
modified cape collar and brace-
let-length sleeves. Mrs. Louis
Sternshein selected a peacock
blue silk pysanti sheath with a
unique cape jacket featuring a
flounce across the bottom which
created a dropped sleeve effect.
Mrs. Henry Kamen topped her
muted green peau de soie with
a French paisley print stole. A
beige silk alpaca cocktail suit
was the choice of Mrs. Alex Mil-
ler.
The music played and Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Messe slowly waltzed to-
gether as they had 60 years ago
on the day they were married.
Masses of fragrant flowers dec-
orated the home of the Harry
Smiths on Hibiscus Island, where
Inez Krensky had the cocktail par-
ty honoring her parents.
Inez, in a long stunning white
bugle beaded sheath stood in the
doorway all evening greeting
friends and presenting them to Mr.
and Mrs. Mcsse. Inez' children.
Harry and Marilyn Smith, Herbert
and Arlene Krensky, and Tom and
Judy Gerard were everywhere see-
ing that the 300 guests had a good
time.
The back yard was tented and
had a raised dance floor. Seen cir-
cling the floor were Abe Solosko
and prety red-haired Frances (Mrs.
Sam) Beckerman and Morton and
Myrtle Greenwood. Watching on
the sidelines were Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Berick. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Blatt, and Mrs. Arthur Treister in
conversation with Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Oppenheim.
Sally Balogh and her David
were the center of a group admir-
ing Sally's dress and matching
coat the material brought back
from Siam.
Simon (Sam) Wolfe lost his wife,
Charlotte, in the crowd when they
first arrived and spent the evening
looking for herthat's how crowd-
ed it all was. Leon and Alyce Ell
deep in conversation with Mrs.
Frences Weisenfeld about her
work she teaches blind children
in the public school system.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levenson,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Bernard, Mayor
and Mrs. Kenneth Oka, Mr. and
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein seen strolling
about. Judge and Mrs. Max Kor-
shak with the judge's daughter and
her husband, the Emanucl Gold-
stritches.
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A first son, James Benjamin, was
born to Drs. Joan and Joseph Har-
ris, 2485 Meridian ave., on Feb.
10, at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She joins
her sister, Judith Eve, one year old.
Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs.
Al Osheroff and Mrs. Dora Harris
and the late Benjamin Harris. Bris
was celebrated on Sunday, with
Dr. Irving Lehrman and Cantor
Abraham Seif officiating. God-
father is uncle Leo Osheroff, here
from Israel. Great grandparents
are Dinah Kattein and the late
Alex Kattein.

Two boys and two girls for Irene
and Ellis Rubin, of 1820 NE 177th
St., with the birth on Mar. 1 of
Kimberly Ann. Mark is 5, Peri,
3'^, and Guy, IVi. Grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rubin, of
Coral Gables, and Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kestenbaum, of Miami
Beach.
*
A daughter, Linda Susan, was
born Mar. 9 to Dr. Leonard and
Gail Silverman. She joins Nancy,
4V, Jeffrey, 2, and maternal grand-
mother, Mrs. Frances Linn.
Twist Party
Saturday Night
A Purim party, featuring the
"Hamentash Twist," will be held
in Temple Menorah's Social Hall
Saturday night.
The evening of dancing and en-
tertainment is sponsored by the
Men's Club president, Robert
Bloeh, and Sisterhood president.
Mrs. Ray Morse.
Chairmen are: program, Lester
Goldberg; tickets. Mrs. Essie Wolf;
and Mrs. Isaac Saperstein, refresh-
ments.
At a table in conversation: the
Bill Click's and Carl Gardner and
his Shirley, reminiscing about the
days of the Miami Beach old-tim-
ers and their ball games.
The Carl WeinKles, Sam Blanks,
the Baron de Hirsh Meyers, and
the Arthur lingers slipped in on
their way to dinner. Among the
out-oftowners was Mrs. Morris
Gladblatt, of Chicago, who is win-
tering in Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lipp and
Mrs. Chester Krone were carefully
guarding the guests of honor, in-
sisting that they take a rest by
breaking away every once in a
while.Frances Lehman.


Women to Take
Hospital Tour
Sanford K. Bronstein, adminis-
trator of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, yill conduct a tour of the
pew medical facility for represen-
tatives of 15 women's organizations
on Monday at 11 a.m.
Mrs. Phillip Warshaw is tuor
chairman.
Pythians in Blood Drive
Mt. Sinai Hospital Blood Bank
Unit will be at Pythian Hall, 4601
W. Flagler st., on Sunday, from 9
to 12 noon, to refill the depleted
blood supply of Roosevelt Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, and the Py-
thian Sisters. Breakfast will be
served to donors.
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Friday. Maich 13. 1962
The Courier
U look*. s though the. season for diiiue,.aiid dances has no limits
. Cedars of Lebanon's Apr. 28 fete will be a Irue honor lo president
Samuel T. Sapiro, State ot Israel Bonds will salute leaders of Temple
Emanu-Fl nt a dinner th" next night, and the American Friends of
the Hebrew University ot Jerusalem will kickoff a whole series of
nts celebrating Israel's 14th birthday with a dinner dance May 5
. Tins Sunday night marks the long-awaited Hebrew Academy dedi-
' in dinner at the Deauville, for which Lou Merwitier, Harry Gei>2t,
Maurice Revitz, Leanard Rosen and B. I. Binder have labored SO well
But the talk of the town continues to be the crush at the President
edy dinner at the Fontainebleau last weekend. New York Times
, separate story Mondaj pointing out that the nation's- chut exec-
i bored with the long succession ol speeches, recognizes the
i to till the coffers of the Democratic Tarty for the crucial 1962
gressional campaigns.
It was a Kay crowd which gathered at the Dupont Plaza for Sun-
flay night's initial dinner of the Combined Campaign for Reform Ju-
-m. Chairman Sam C. Levenson seemed in singularly good spirits
;- we recounted his leadership over the years for the Albert Einstein
liege of Medicine. Temple Israel and for the Federation initial gifts
function a few weeks ago. Unfortunately. Sam's enthusiasm was slight-
Jy overdone, and he had to go home to rest before he could deliver his
' ynote remarks. Irv Schneider, the executive vice president of the
lombined Campaign, pinch-hit on no notice, and read Levenson's pre-
pared address. Special recognition was paid to David Light, ot Temple
Beth Am. for his national leadership in support of the Union of Amor
ican Hebrew Congregations and of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion. But the evening's biggest hit was Rabbi Leon
Kronish, whose invocation shattered all known records for brevty
im and Liberal spiritual leaders were on hand with two notice-
able exceptions: Dr. Joseph Narot was ill. and Rabbi Benno Wailach,
of Temple Sinai, also was absent. He will soon be leaving the North
JMiami congregation's pulpit.

Sunday morning, we were among 43 hardy souls who attended
p meeting jointly sponsored by Beth Am and the American Jewish
Longress to hear a report by Leo Pfeffer, legal expert of Concress.
v.ho has pushed the numerous eases involving separation of church and
>iatc principles from the lowest local courts to the Supreme Court of
the United States. Citing several examples. Leo maintained that the
highest court can refuse to rule on the most important issues any time
: wants to delay decisions. Furthermore, he said the reasons tor
such failures to hand down opinions in many cases is a feeling that
the Supreme Court can only reflect the body of public opinion. It can-
not lag too far behind, nor be too far ahead. It was indeed a shock to
s-ee such a small turnout in spite of good publicity, complete mailings.
a timely topic and a speaker of note. And there wasn't the slightest
}in< of fund-raising.
Hatikvah Lodge
Installation Set
Joseph Gorm'tein is the first
president of Hatikvah Lodge of
B'n.i. B'rith, dge recently
formed here, and he will be in-
stalled Caril-
lon hotel en Sundi 5:30 p.m.
Also to be I : the ban-
quet are Max first vice
president; Emanuel Mentz, second
vice president: Har.lri S. ("apian.
thirr' i : i l< lui ah Sweet,
fourth vice pris:dent
Also Cl arles 1 an, treas-
urer: Samuel H. Classman, finan-
cial secretary: Robert L. Grover,
corresi ing sec-
retary Meyer 1 kas. chap-
lain: Frank H Kn William E.
-.. d N Si.Inner.
trust, i -
lack I!.
Glick, past presidi I f the < Ireater
Chicago B'nai B'rith Council.
F:.-.. :.., | r sident
of District 5 B I ith. will bring
greetings
A special event at Temple Ncr
Tamid on Monday evening w,ll be
a showing of films taken by Mr
and Mrs. Morris Miretzky during
their recent trip to Israel. Tht
showing will be held in Sklar Aud-
itorium.
CINEMA.
WMh if ion *.:
13rtiSl MumiEiKl
Dr. Stanlev Frehling is presi-
That was a veritable "Who's Who of community leadership which of (he ,-^j Brandeis Ln,Ver-
itsponded to invitations for the Louis LaMed award to Leo Mindlin on C\u\>
Thursday night at the Fontainebleau. Stanley C. Myers, a member of '_____________
Ihe national board of the sponsoring National Foundation for Jewish ,,
Culture, was to serve as master of ceremonies. Dr. Judah Shapiro, Films tO Ot MrOvVrt
secretary of the Foundation, flew here from New York to make the
presentation.

The political trail grows hotter with the District 5 Justice of the
Peace race between Jason Berkman, a Gov. Bryant appointee, and Joe
Malek Once again. Judge Mai Englander has his supporters wait-
ing until almost the final minute for a decision as to whether to run
ata.nst Alex Gordon for a Metro seat Allen E. Simon has assumed
his post as manager of Fugazy Travel Bureau. Inc.. on the main floor
ol Jordan Marsh .
Al Fike, Jack Low's discovery, brightened the reception of Cedars
ol Lebanon for new doctors last week ... Dr. Donald P. Kent, special
stant to Secretary Abraham A. Ribicoff, will address the opening
-ion of the Senior Citizens conference Apr. 1 at Waldman's hotel.
Mrs. George A. Simon, of Miami, is conference chairman. Sponsoring
group is Southern section of National Jewish Welfare Board. Efraim
H. Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community
ers. will present the concluding remarks .
Jewish War Veterans are cheering GOP decision in California con-
demning Robert H. Welch, jr. Helen Baum doing an expert job
promoting the Design Derby 1962. slated at Hialeah Race Course on
Mar 24 to Apr. 15 Morris Lapidus designed the new addition to
Variety Children's Hospital.

Bob Brenner is director of original musical comedy. "Roll Out the
Gansplank," to be presented Apr. 7. 8 and 14 at Temple Beth Am.
Sain* Silverstein and Robert Bender penned the script. Dick and
Naomi Fink, Sydney Efronson, Roi Simmons and Estelle Lash are
among the cast.
Mrs. Eddy Cohen, active in the Southeast Florida chapter of Multi-
pie Sclerosis Society, thrilled over shaking hands with new MS national
lairman Roger Maris last week. She attended the Yankee-Oriole
:. which attracted a capacity crowd in Ft. Lauderdale Rabbi
inchos J. Chazin, of Temple Sholom in Philadelphia, has been named
inairman of the 1!>62 convention of the Rabbinical Assembly, inter-
national assembly of Conservative rabbis, slated May 20 to 24 at
ird hotel in Kiamesha Lake Former Gov. Fuller Warren, one
ol Israel's most ardent supporters during his administration, has been
Darned vice president of Firstamerica Development Corporation.
Mrs. A. Victor Huber, niece of showman Lou Walters, and her
spouse were entertained recently by Mr. and Mrs. Nat (King) Cole.
Huber Gallery in the Deauville is functioning at full scale in
spite of the recent flooding which hit Miami Beach an unexpected blow
Damage estimates, with few exceptions, were too high, but the
area didn't receive too much unfavorable publicity as this was a
minor part of the terrific damage which- the freak winter storm did
up and down the East Coast That laic season Midwest blizzard
which was still going full force at this writing should be another big
boost for our great winter season, which the current Business Week
calls Miami Beach's best ever.
Jake Sher's Sherluek will get plenty of support at Gulfstream at his
early odds Jacques Wolfe, composer of 'Shortnin' Bread." who
lives in South Miami, will exhibit a group of abstract photographs ,
War. 18 at the Lowe Art Gallery of the University of Miami.
LEON SCHACHTER
Presents
YIDDISH AMERICAN
VAUDEVILLE & PICTURES
MX PERSON
ON OUR STAGE
The Star of Mickey Katz's
Borschtcapades
A li II11:
MBECE
Con(orio) Yiddish American
Songstress with on
All-Star Musical Comedy Cost
k ON OUR SCREEN *
MOISHE OYSHER in
"The Singing Blacksmith"
MURRAY
FRANKLINS
211 22nd St., Miami Beach
_ CanthHMut IMtrliinminl
Showllm*
1* .m. 11:30 a.m.
Twmvltlme 1 to I .r*k
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JOSEPH CORIKSTEIN
DR. UONARD rV. LEVY
Brandeis Dean
To Speak Here
Iir Leonard W. Levy, associate
dean of faculty and dean ot the
:; duate school. Brandeis Unlver-
will be guest iecturer in the
nd of a series sponsored by
the Brandeis University Club of
Greater Miami Monday evening at
the Algii is hotel.
Topic will be "The Civil War
and Civil RightThen and Now."
First incumbent of the Earl
Warren Chair in American Con-
stitutional History, Dr. Levy has
a BS, MA and PhD from Colum-
bia University, where he was a
research assistant and a Univer-
sity Fellow.
The lecture is open to members
of the Brandeis University Club.
Brandeis University Women's Com-
mittee. Miami and Miami Beach
chapters, and guests.
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NOMINATED FOR ACADEMY AWARDS
THE LINCOLN
SSS LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Best Picture
Best Actor Maximilian jtliell
Qest Actor- Spend
Best Support r t> I :<. t
Montgomery C lift
Best Supporting Actress
Judy Ga^ia'd
Brst Screenplay
Best Director hi;'ty ~ ">'
Best Art Diric: I n
Bl.irk t Whitl
Best Cinematcg-; P*y
Black 4. v\' :-
Best Costume Design
Black A While
Best Film Edit -g
jA REPEAT PERFORMANCE By Popular Demand:.
shuLamtth
(Presented
[in Costume
//an.-;
MusicJ' Setting
Ben Yonw -N
S0H A Narrative Cantata for Chorus & Solo
starring
CAROL DONN NICO >-DMAM
GIL MAP.R FLORA PREVIN LERMAN
* LUIS PICHARDO BORIS PRITCHER
And a Cast of 65 Performers
MARGARET YOMEN. pianist
SUNDAY. MARCH 18th at 8:30 P.M.
ADMISSION: $125, $2, $3


Friday, March 16. 1962
+Jewi Page 11-B
Joint Defense Appeal Will Host Dinner
Honoring Leonard Abess Here Apr. 7
A testimonial dinner honoring
Leonard L. Abess. Greater Miami
business and civic leader and phi-
lanthropist, has been set for the
jonlainebleau hotel on Apr. 7 as
2 joint presentation by the Joint
Defense Appeal's American Jewish
Committee and Anti-Defamation
L< ague of B'nai B'rith.
Guest speaker for the event will
be Dore Senary, internationally-
renowned motion picture producer
LOUIS HOBtRMAN
loberman Set
"or Reelection
Dr. Herman Ausubel. chairman
}f the campaign comittee for
bouncilman Louis Hoberman in
fhe Surfside election on Tuesday,
piar. 20, said this week that:
"Hoberman was nominated in
^959 and 1960 for the Dade Coun-
Outstanding Citizen Award, and
1960 was also chosen for the
Jnnuai award given by the Demo
ratic Club of Miami Beach for
|utstanding Civic Worker.
"Last month, hp was given a
pecial citation by the Miami
each Music and Arts League for
lutstanding contributions li> the
pltural growth of the community.'
is founder and president ol
!< Surfside Music iciety."
, According I i Dr. Ausubel. Conn-
|] 11 ibi i- tin' dis
nction of a perfect attendance
fccord tor a etings of the
own I oun< i ining am
onins Board
Hob*; man ci in his platform
the ci the new Civi<
enter at i: oceanfronl
fc> nui; it tt' auditorium,
tla-srtciins imming pool
Thf s< .'wall l- finished and the
Id bench hoi demolish-
ed 'I'lit swim I pool and com-
Xnunit> I'i'iiie: finished this
lumniu,"
BUSINESS MM1UMAN lAiE 4us
5'6" TALL HO IBS.
WISHES TO MEET
n Attroriive Young Lady, dietary laws
observ. i Objec* matrimony. State
Details. Strictly Confidential. Write
Harry, Box 876. rViaml Ba<:h 39. Flo.
and playwright, according to David
Fleeman, Greater Miami AJC
president, and Burnett Roth, chair-
man of the board of the Florida
region of the ADL.
Named as dinner co-chairmen
are Maurice Glinert. national treas-
urer of AJC. and Henry E. Schultz.
na:ional chairman of ADL. Glinert
maintains a residence oh Miami
| Beach.
They revealed that notables
I from throughout the country, in-
cluding other national ADL and
AJC leaders, were making plans
to attend the tribute dinner to
Abess, which will be non-fund-
raising.
Leonard Abes- is being honored
1 [or his long-time devoted service
to the cause of human rights
hrough his continued work on the
vimstitu'ent ager.cie-. ot the Joint
Defense Appeal." the co-chairman
eclared.
They named as early members of
the local sponsors committee
lames Albert. Sidney Ansin, Ben
F. Danbaum. Sam Blank. Albert
Einstein, Arthur S. Friedman. Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger. Nathan Gum-
enick. A. J. Harris. Ernest Jams,
Jay Kislak. Alvin Lindenberg.
Leon Lowenstein. E. Albert Pallot.
William Pallot. Joseph M. Rose.
Dan Ruskin. John Serbin, Harry
Simonhoff. William D Singer. Ber-
nard Stevens. A. A. Ungar. Leon-
ard Wein. Carl Weinkle. Maurice
Gasman, Harry Brandt, and Rabbi
Joseph Narot.
Lorber Fashion
Show Slated
The "International Intrigue"
title of the forthcoming Lorber
fashion show and luncneon, on the
calendar for Mar. 20. is just as
mysterious as it sounds.
Jordan Marsh is keeping under
wraps the items to be shown in the
International collection.
The show will be 12 noon at the
Fontainebleau East Ballroom.
Chairman is Mrs. Marvin B Gut-
crman. Co-chaiman is Mrs. Irwin
J. Block. In charge of tickets and
reservations are Mrs. David Angel
and Mrs. Leonard Stubins. Mrs.
Sidney Sacks and Mrs. Leon Lab-
hien are handling contests. In
charge of telephone is Mrs. Anshd
Rackolf. In charge of hostesses
and publicity is Mrs. Robert Bea-
der.
Rabbi David Lehrfield (left), spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel
Congregation, looks on as Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht receive
a plaque in appreciation of their devotion to Israel and the
Greater Miami Jewish community during a dinner celebra-
tion of Mizrachi-Hapoel Mizrachi last week at the Coronet
hotel. Rabbi Mordecai Kirschblum. national president of
Religious Zionists of America, and director of the Religious
Affairs Department of the Jewish Agency, was principal
speaker.
'Out of World1 Mardi Gras
REFINED WOMAN
to share my Apartment
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Cantor Konigsberg
Due at Cromwell
Abe Getter, of the new Kosher
Cromwell hotel, on 'he oceanfront.
at 20th st., Miami Beach, announces
ihat Cantor Konigsberg. interna-
tionally renowned recording artist
I celebrated concert singer, has
n engaged for a third consecu-
tive 5 ar to officiate at Passover
Seder n ices il the hotel.
Cantor K nigsberg will be heard
, nic choir
'assover holidays.
' evening re-
s set ces.
The Cromwell hoel is complete-
ly air-conditioned and heated
and offers a huge pool, cabana
area, and a wide stretch of pri-
vate beach. Only a few blocks
from L:ncoln rd., the hotel is
noted for its high-quality food
prepared by experienced chefs.
Wherever required, diets are ar-
ranged according to physicians
perscription.
Dietary laws ahd Sabbath are
strictlj observed under the super-
vision of the Orthodox Vaad Haka-
shruth of Florida
According to Getter, the follow-
i, features are included in rates:
oceanfront or ocean-view rooms;
two meals daily: breakfast or
brunch, and supper; meals daily
during Passover; television and
radio in every room; tree self-park-
[joining the hotel, free chaise
lounges and mats; entertainment
around the clock.
An "Out of this World Mardi
Gras" will be sponsored by Miami
Beach B'nai B'nth Women on Sa-
turday. Mar. 17, 8:30 p.m., at Tem-
ple Ner Tarn id
There will be a buffet supper at
9 p.m., followed by a musical pro-
gram headed hv .loseoh Malek. Al-
so featured will oe Stanley Rosen-
sweet, the Rocket Twisters, and
the Mooncaper combo. Michael
Sossin will be master of ceremon-
ies.
Mrs. Revy Balkin, general chair-
PUBLIC NOTICE
FEB. 20, 1962
This is to advise the buying public
that All Meats sold in
Sol Weiss' Meat Market
at 7446 Collins Avc, are absolute-
ly Kosher, and is supervised by me
personally and the Orthodox Vaad
Hokashruth.
RABBI ISAAC H. EVER
man, announced that this year's
Mardi Gras will be dedicated to
John Glenn and his fellow astro-
nauts.
Slated to be crowned space;
queens are Mesdames Lenore Ger-1
stenfeld. Jack August. Ann Baum, |
Sally Fisher, Margaret Beatty,
Jean Goldstaub. Clara Denner, Min-
nie Solomon and Ann Kaufman.
The Mardi Gras is open to the
public, and proceeds will go to
B'nai B'nth philanthropies.
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32, with serious intentions, seeking.
sincere, not frivolous, girl, oge 20-
30 with similar intentions. Photo
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At Beth David
Jewish Music Month will be ob-
served at Beth David Congrega-
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Cantor William Lapson and the
Ceth David Choir, under the direc-
tion of Albert Sussman, will pre-
sent six new liturgical composi-
tions in their premiere perform-
ances. Cantor Lipson will deliver
a sermon on "Prayer and Jewish
Song."
The Beth David Choir regularly
chants the Friday evening service.
In addition to Sussman. members
include sopranos Leah Reizner,
Rosalind Katz, Celia Segal and
Leah Baker; altos Minna Bloom.
Rose Schreidell. Francine Wem-
stein; tenor Ben Dickson; and
bass, Leon Shiff. Gladys Dimtz is
rehearsal accompanist
.
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Friday, March 16. \%2
Authority to Talk
At Mount Sinai
Dr. Warren H. Cole, chairman of
the Department of Surgery, Uni-
versity of Illinois medical school,
will be professor pro tempore in
surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital on
Monday through Saturday. Mar.
24.
Dr. Cole comes to Mt. Sinai for
the program as a recognized na-
tional and international authority
<>! the subject Of cancer research
and surgery. He served as presi-
dent of the American Cancer .-
i iety in i!t.;>!. 1- the editor of the
Cancer Journal for physicians, and
i- on the editorial board of many
national publications dealing with
this subject.
Announcement of the professor
pro tempore pr igram of lecti
and conferences was made by Dr.
Leon li Manheimer, director of the
Department of General Surgery at
Mt. Sinai, and Dr. Rudolph K
Drosd, chairman of the pi\,tes-or
pro tempore seminar.
The sixth anual medical educa-
tional program is a part of the total
teaching program at Mt. Sinai for
the benefit of both the members
of its intern and resident staff, and (
for post-graduate education of all
medical men in the area.
HiUMiiHam.::.!..: ,4Afc.,:i.iLUi]imu;n.
Pearly Gait
3
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i
by Hal Pearl
iiiMuiMmnNMWMHMMrnitiram
Surfside Woman
Eyes Council
A Surfside woman hopes to win
a seat on the Surfside City Council
in next Tuesday's election. She is
Mrs. Irene Warren.
A resident of Surfside for the
past ten years, she is the wife of
businessman Alvin Warren and the
mother of Susan, 20. Jo Ann. 17,
and Mark. 9.
Mrs. Warren has served as a di-
rector and vice president of PTA,
a Girl Scout leader, charter mem-
ber of the Women's Division of the
Chamber of Commerce. Deborah
group of Hadassah. Junior Auxili-
ary of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, and Cub Scout executive
committee for Surfside
In addition. Mrs. Warren has
served on the election board, and
participated in the United Fund
drive in her area. She is a mem-
ber of Temple Beth Sholom. .
Mrs. Warren lists in her plat-
lorni the need for safer crossings.
return of needed traffic signal
lights, beautilica'.ion of public and
pri\ ate property, and improved
and easier parking.

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ENTERTAINMENT WORLD: Connie Francis is due in at the Eden
Roc. following Alan King, who opens there on the 20th. There's a local
note of interest in the forthcoming appearance of Mis> Francis. Song-
writer Benny Davis, a Miami Beach resident many years, recently has
been composing tunes for tl.e young vocalist.
, 'if you who are record-minded must be hearing a lot of
-1 .h-... Don't Break the Heart-that Loves You"Benny
Davis i? tiic author of that hi! tunelisted in an Asso, Pi SS -vir-
vej I curren hit rigs as number four in the nat
To get back to the current scene, Tony Martin is the headliner
at the Pompeii room of the Eden Roc through Sunday. Alan K\r^,
better than ever, returns for a second appearance there this season
en Tuesday. With him will be songstress Tina Robin.
Current a! the Deauville are the strong duo of comic Jack Carter
and the teen age singing favorite. Brenda Lee. Carter is another funny-
man uho keeps his material topical and. as a result, has remained
to the fore of nitery headliners lor many years.
Belle Barth has company at Copa City. Personable Milt Trenier
has been added to the singing comedienne's show. Milt is one of the
musical brothers who have been seen frequently performing as a band
in this area. A couple of years ago. Milt went out on his own as a ,
singer, and has played the top clubs from coast to coast
*
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Bernie Resnick, of the Monte Carlo,
has set a precedent in presenting Shoshana Damari in his Exodus i
room. Rather than have a minimum or cover charge, because many
club-goers don't drink, he is charging only for admission, as you would
pay for any concert. It's a one-price policy and clicking big. You may-
order refreshments if you so desire. Miss Damari is small in stature,
but big. big in personality and talent. Her bi lingual songs and rich
voice are all-family entertainment.
Concert goers will be in seventh heaven this month. Tenor Jan
Peerce is being sponsored by the Community Concert Assn. of Miami
Beach for a one-nighter at the Auditorium on Mar. 24.
Also on the March concert calendar are Jose Greco and his Span-
ish oancers. who ai" making a two-night stand at Dade County Audi-
torium on Mar. 23 and 24.
The spirited Don Cassack Chorus will boune their voices off the
rafters of the same spot on Apr. 1.
Many localites who missed one of the great musicals of all time.
The Music Man,"' when it appeared on Broadway, will have the op-
portunity to enjoy its spirited score and libretto here. The road show
version of the hit bows into Miami Beach Auditorium on Mar. 26. play-
ing through the 31st.
And while the musical is wowing em there, "Holiday on Ice" will
be concurrent at the Miami Beach Convention Hall. It's the first time
that both big Beach halls will be tied up simultaneously with big en-
tertainment bills this season.
-*c -* *
MOVIES ARE BETTER, ETC.: Another world premiere comes to
this area when "Cape Fear" bows at Olympia. Beach. Gables and
Shores on Apr. 1. Harry Botwick. bossman of Florida State Theatres,
is trying to assure the presence of at least one of the stars, among
them Gregory Peck. Robert Mitchum and Polly Bergen.
Powerful fare is "Sweet Bird of Youth.'' starring Paul Newman.
Geraldine Page and Shirley Knight, at the Carib. Miami. Miracle and
163rd St. Theatres.
Haven't heard too much about "Too Late Blues," which is at the
Paramount, Coral and Boulevard. But it should be interesting. Tom
Cassavetes, the former TV actor turned director, turned this out for
Paramount, his first in a series of four features he's doing for that
company. His first movie, "Shadows," was made independently, and
although not a big b.o. smash, created a stir in movie circles. Bobby
Darin and a newcomer, Stella Stevens, star in "Too Late Blues."
"Walk on the Wild Side" holds over at the Beach, Olympia, Gables
1 and Shores Reserved seat holdovers include "West Side Story," at
the Sheridan; "El Cid," at the Roosevelt; and Cinerama's "Windjam-
mer" at the Florida. Also retained are "Judgment at Nuremberg," at
Lincoln, and "Black Tights," at the Colony.
* *
SPORTS STUFF: The fabulous new Doral Country Club, west of
the airport, on 36th st.. piays host to the world's greatest professional
and amateur golfers, sponsoring the first Doral Open, with $50,000 in
j cash offered to the winning pros. It's the largest amount ever put
on the line for a golf tournament in Florida and should draw a record-
breaking throng, getting under way next Thursday. Otto Fenias,
familiar face around Bayshore, is directing the Doral Open.
Bayshore has a big expansion program lined up by greens-
I keeper John Poulos. Sometime in May all the greens will be dug
up and for the first time since its inception the Alton rd. course will
j have bent grass greens to make the putters ecstatic.
Stu Boyle, the former pro for more than two decades at that
1 course, is wearing the title of manager of the Beach course most grace-'
fully. He's one of the most popular fellows ever to take over the post, j
! Another familiar face at Bayshore. that of pro Nate Feeman, will be
I missing from those haunts. He's just been summoned to New York !
to represent Ben Hogan sporting goods company, at the famed Saks-
Fifth Avenue store, where he'll also teach the game.
* *
EXTRA ADDED: A family from New Zealand made reservations
for the Jan Peerce Passover Seder at the Carillon, but had to be prom-
ised seats at the singer's table. The request was okayed by the man- 1
agement. That's probably the farthest anyone ever traveled to par-
ticipate in a Seder.
By the way, it's not too early to start sending in your Seder
reservations. They are being taken by the Marseilles, Carillon,
Eden Roc, Seville, and Strathaven right now. First Seder night is
Apr. 18.
They're calling the late, late show session at Murray Franklin's
"Tumul-Time." That's when many celebrities from other spots drop
by to join in the hilarity, usually between 2 and 5 ayem.
Leon Schachter and the Brandt Circuit will play hosts to Miami
theatre-goers at a Purim party to be held at the Cinema Theatre on
Monday evening. Hamantaschen, nuts, and other Jewish delicacies
served at Purim will be featured.
ridai
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Cor.c:
tion, receives a plaque on the occasion of a d
honor Sunday evening a: the Deauville hotel. Left to
are Miami Beach Councilman Marcie Libermcn. tie.
Beth Jacob and chairman cf the Sunday banquet; Rabbi and
Mrs. Stern; Aaron Lemer, first vice president; and I'
Krevat, second vice president. Not shown is Morris B. Fi
president.
Beth El Ladies
To Fete Purim
Congregation Beth El Sisterhood
Sisterhood Carnival
Temple Beth Am Sister!1
sponsoring a Purim carnival Sun-
day from 12 to 6 p.m.. on the Tern-
will present a Purim program for pie grounds.
religious school children on Sun-
day morning at 10:30 a.m.
In the evening at 7:30 p.m.. Sis-
terhood will hold its annual Purim
party in Dora August Memorial
Activities will include a Q 1 r.
Esther pageant, movies, rides,
puppet shows and a catered sup-
per.
Hall.
Entertainment
Befh David Workshop
will include a | Beth David Players Workshop
Purim program by the Hebrew will present "Having a Wonderful
school children, with prizes for the I Time," directed by Bill Porter, on
best costumes, and a program by j Saturday and Sunday, Apr. 27 and
Mrs. Fannie Ames. | 28, in Spector Hall.
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^
J^czr As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Bex
2973, Miami 1, Fia., one month in advance. Include the name
cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage wiii be
forwarded-toye-o courtesy of-tHarfr.itcTe Ffower ShOps in time
for the occasion.
Marshall Aronowitz
? turday morning services on
:ar. 17 at Temple Zion will in-
the Bar M:izvah of Marshall,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aron-
with Kabbi Alfred Waxman
.ng.
vi nth grade student at Riv-
ra funior High. Marshall plans
ntinue his studies in the Tem-
pi. confirmation class.
parents will host the Kid-
Judith Schiff
Gory Carman
a student at
Naul lus Junior Hiuh and in the
Ten.; I< religious -ehool.
A reception in his hone.

* t
Elissa Hecksr
.ces at Temple Zion Friday
evening. Mar. 1G. will include the
Bas Mitzvah of Elissa, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hec',;'.r. and
granddaughter ol William Eckman.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offi-
ciaU.
A :!. student at r.inec
; High, Eli->a ;
es in the Tem-
pi
H
!
Oary Cfrman

I
ing '. r, 17. ; Temj e B< h Tor-
Kenneth Jacobs
ah. Rabbi Max Lipschitz will of-
ficiate.
The Bar Mitzvah attends North
Miami Junior High, where he
in the band. He i-
a senior in Beth Torah's Hebrew
school and ph.ns to attend Hebrew
High.
Kiddush will follow services, and
a reception will be held in the
evening at Michel's restaurant.
* *
Kenneth Jacobs
Dr Irving Uhrman will officiate
'at the Bar Mitzvah of K i
snn of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Ja-
on J
17.
"
:
Saturday
.
Janet Anaocl
t Kay. d
Gilbert tdwardi
Janel Anapol
Mellnda Wosfcow
Mrs. Jerome Anapol. will be Bas
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Mar 17 at Ti m Bi Ih Am, v ith
Rabbi Herbert Baumyard offici
The ceh I seventh
lent at Palmetto Junior
High.
A reception in her honor will be
held at her 9245 SW 81it
ave., on Saturday evening.
Melinda Woskow
Friday ever..: i Mar.
16. will inch"1', the Bas
V ': E
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-

Ketineiti Ktenirsbera
litz i K.....i Koei
ill be c n Saturday
morning. Mar. 17. at Israelite Cen-
ter, with Rabbi Morton Malavsky
. officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh
grade student at Shenandoah Jun-
ior High and attends the Center's
religious school.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Koenlgsberg,
3191 SW 27th St., will honor their
son at the Oneg Shabbat and the
Kiddush.
*
Soianne Wolpe
Temple Judea will be the site of
thi .';., :.' : Su ai i e, dat
Mr and Mrs. Leo n a rd
v.'* ave., Coral
i
: of-
'
i
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i
Her parents
dush .. nor fol ing the
scrvic -.
m his honor following the
^remony.
Grandparents of the celebrant
re Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen
nd Samuel Aronowitz.
*
Judith Schiff
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
fficiate at the Bas Mitzvah of
Udith Diane Schiff on Saturday
crning, Mar. 17, at Beth David.
|An eighth grade student at Deer-
irne school, Judith is a member
the USY, and studies dancing.
|l\lr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff will
onsor Kiddush in their daugh-
honor. Mr. Schiff is president
Beth David Congregation.

Gilbert Edwards
Jar Mitzvah of Gilbert, son of
. and Mrs. Sol H. Edwards, will
celebrated Saturday morning,
ar 17. at Temple Ner Tamid,
Rabbi Eugene Labovilz offi-
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eeks reelection. King lives
it 9081 Bay dr., Surf side, with
is wife, Doiis, and two sons,
ie has served on Town Coun-
cil for four years, including
two years as assistant mayor.
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Friday, March 16, ig2
Kahn to Chair Mesifta Banquet
Reception Honors Harold Spaet
Milton Kahn. religious and civic
leader, has been named chairman
of the Yeshiva and Mesifta Torah
Vodaath annual -banquet to be held
Wednesday 7 p.m.. at the Wald-
man hotel.
Guests of honor will be Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Schertz who will be
recognized for their contributions
to Jewish causes here and in Is-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBHKBY GIVEN tlini
the underslRned, desiring to engage in
business undi r th< is name of
THE FLORENCE AI'AII'I'MI:NTS
IMn .-. t, Miami Beach, Ha..
ntends to eglstei i with
Clerk >( I)"- I'Tuiii Court of Da l
Ci unty, l- !
I- LORENI E GREENBERG
Snh i'11 iwletor
PAUL KWIT.NET
I for AppUci nt
2 Llni <:, Road
i, 4 ;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- : s ,
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N ""E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Nr 55328-A
IN RE :
FORD CH I "EINH Wil'T |
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NOTICE TO CREO'TORS
Ml Credit. | !'.-.... Haw-
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tate ol MILFORI) CHARGES STEIN-
,,iin-
! lorlda, to Uii
Counts
house
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. nds r monthc fi om l I the
l publication hereof) or the
ill be b i
EVA B1 BINHARDT,
VdmlnlelraArlX
,i-y EFRl "NMI IN
m y for Administratrix
list Kills'.
2, I-., rlda
14-as-to, 4
rael. "and for their dedicated ser-
vice to the Yeshiva."
Yeshiva and Mesifta Torah Vo-
daath in Brooklyn, N.Y.. is one
of the largest schools of its kind
in America, with an enrollment of
2.000 students. Rabbi Pincus Brisk-
man is professor of Talmud.
A founder of Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation. Kahn has served as
treasurer for the past 10 years. He
is a director of the Hebrew Acad-
emy and a member of Zionist Or-
ganization of America. Religious
Zionists and Mizrachi Organiza-
tions.
He was recently honored by
B'nai Brith and received a cita-
tion for his record of membership
enrollments.
Harold B. Spaet. county com-
missioner and candidate for Cir-
cuit Judge. Group 1. was honored
at a reception attended by 450
community leaders last week at
the Dupont Plaza hotel.
Public officials and civic, busi-
ness and professional leaders from
all parts ol Dacie county gathered
to fete the long time attorney and
former vice mayor, councilman
and Miami Beach municipal judge
in one of the first activities of his
campaign for Circuit Judge.
County Commissioner Alex
Gordon introduced Spaet, who
said that he was "immensely
pleased with rhe size of the turn-
out and, even more, the hi3h
caliber of the people who .
tended."
Spaet also in his short talk urged
Dade county voters "not to over
: look the importance of the Circuit
Judgeships when you go to the
polls on May 8." observinu thai
thousands of people, every elec-
tion, fail to vote for the judges,
Hosts for the reception included
County Commissioner James H
"Jimmy" Allen. Dean Claussen
Hugh Emerson, George Cooper, E
C. Fogg. Ill, Lawrence E lloff.
man. William Segal, Samuel Hal-
perin. Joshua Gardner and Stuart
G. Newman.
MIL10N KAHN
Ida Miller Dies Here at Age 114
Mrs. Ida Tcby Miller. -Mamma
Miller" to SO many, die:! Mar. 11
at the age of 114. She .. me ben
ago from K. ... N.J.,
and lived ol 1575 N, Meridian ave.
Born in 1849 in St. Petersburg.
Mrs Milier. her bus
and four small children arrived in
. during the blizzard oi
1886. Her husband died 18 years
ago.
A member of Temple Emanu-
El, Mrs. Miller was a founding
member of Temple Israel and the
Jewish Home for the Aged in
Lang Branch, M.J.
She spoke several languages in-
MRS DORA SIEGEL
... ...
tvas ;i 111..nil" I' .!
. .. i Surviving ar<
Mrs Ann H R
ton and I.. II Ma -
mi a pi >m n< m a i
, regional -Idenl ol I
tlvi m< mi., i n J"
ah Com >' Aaroi .-
New v. rh ind Ki:i>i..t^... a broi
Phfuiee. HHverman, <*f Providence,
nters, Mrs. Pannle Btone,
.( Beaton, and Mrs Rosa Averman,
of i o.. : .v.. grand
four Iri Services
were Mai II In R Memorial
< 'hapel, N< rm indy Is!...
eluding Hebrew. Yiddish. Polish.
Russian and English, sang in all
..: them, and loved to perform the
native danct -
Surviving aro four daughters,
Mrs. Fannie Ni Mrs Han-
!. h Rubin, Mrs, Helen Sparber and
Mrs. Edna Miller: four sons. Wal-
ter, Harry. Charles and Nathan;
17 grandchildren, 52 great-grand-
children, and 46 great-great-child-
ren.
Services were Mar. 12 in River-
Memorial Chapel. Alton rd
VOTE FOR AND Ei.ECT
Mrs. Irene Warren
FOR SURFSIDE COUNCIL
PI7U LEVER 5 M \H4 II 20
"Let Irene Warren Reflect Your Views on Council'
Hospital Founder
Passes at 68
Milton Dreyfus, of 3415 Sheridan
ave., died of a heart attack at his
home here. He was 68.
Dreyfus came to Miami some 25
years ago. ordered to the area
following his fir.-t heart attack.
He was one of the founders of
what is today the National Child-
ren's Cardiac Hospital, completely
free, non-sectarian institution de-
voted to treatment and research
of rheumatic fever and congenital
h> art disease in children.
He is s u r v i v e d by his wife.
Paula, also a charter member of
Ihe hospital's Miami Beach chap-
ter: a son, Henry: daughter. Mrs.
Charlotte Hall; and seven grand-
children.
.
1M I'd. Adv
VOTE FOR AND ELECT
KENNETH A. WALIS
FOR YOUR
SURFSIDE COUNCILMAN
PULL LEVER 7-A March 20th "Thank you'
Kinneret Chapter
Plans Function
An Israeli night under Uie stars
is the gala event being sponsored
by the Kinneret chapter of Miz I
rachi Women's Organization to be
held on the grounds of the new
i Westbrooke Country Club on Sun-
i day at 8 p.m.
Balfouria Gilad, Israeli singer
' and dancer, will entertain and of- j
| fer instruction in Israeli folk-dan-
I cing and singing, with group par-
ticipation.
Cantors Gershon Levin and
Moshe Griver, of the Coral Way
Jewish Center, will offer a pro-
gram of Israeli "hit" tunes. Jack
Asatanowitz will furnish accompa-
niment on the electric guitar.
An auction will also be held,
featuring many articles for the
home. David Binkler will be the
auctioneer. Proceeds will go to
child restoration.
I'd. Pol. Adv.

Tannen in Orlando
Miami attorney Harold Tannen
will discuss "99-Year Leases" at an ,
institute sponsored ny the Florida
! Bar on Friday morning in Orlando.
; Tannen currently is serving as
| president of Jewish Family and
Children's Service.

The Family of the Late
MILTON D. DREYFUS
wishes to express
their sincere and humble thanks
for the expressions of sympathy
and for The contributions given in his memory.
PAULA M. DREYFUS and CHILDREN
HENRY I. DREYFUS and MRS. T. G. HALL
IN MEMORIAM
IRVING VOLKMAN
March 19, 1959
DiedMiami, Florida
Laid to Rest-Buffalo, N.Y.
ENSHRINED FOREVER
IN OUR HEARTS
SARA AND THE GIRLS
Q"'aM^
eville
MIAMI BEACH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL
PASSOVER FAMILY SEDER
Wednesday Evening
April 18
Thursday Evening
April 19
11-75
per pe
Conducted by
CANTOR
HERMAN K. GOTTLIEB
and a
Professional Choir
Seville
O.i.-I.cni si 3Mi Jtrt, M.om, boih
per person
TAX & TIP
INCLUDED
RESERVATIONS fOR BOTH SEDERS
$22.00 PER PERSON
CHIUHttN UN01K 10
$7.50 PER N.GHT
RESERVATIONS:
tllelle Polok, Cote'ino Mgr.
JE 2-2511
RESERVE
FOR
PASSOVER
STRATH-HAVEN
| : I Directly on the Oceon
Ull OCEAN DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
GLATT KOSHER DINING ROOM
PASSOVER SPECIALS 3 MEALS DAILY
$100 and up April 18 April 26 (8 Days)
$120 and up April 18 April 29 (11 Daysl 30 ol 100 Rooms
JTI Swimming Pool I00o Air Conditioned
ft'naU Beach Synagogue on Premises
NATHAN 0INSBURG Owner Monogement
for EXPERIENCE
^INTEGRITY
Re-Elect Councilman
H0BERMAN
TO
SURFSIDE COUNCIL
Pd Pol. Adv. by Commute, to Re-Bled Ci inciln I ;. Il"'""":"v _>
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Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTi* :: l HEREBY GIVEN th
ih. undersigned, desiring to encage In
h-isinesn undei the fictitious name
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IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORiD* IN PROBATE
No 55158-B
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'ft, All illto inn All Pi i .-"ii- Ha -
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u-hich i maj have against the
, Ji iSEPH I "ANZIG ilecea.- I
l.,i. .. .(.!, County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges if Dade Coun
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Miami, Florida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
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NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
Ni 52031-C
IN RE Estati i
M VI RICE .. K VPPLOW
In, ,b
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE It given thai
filed iv- Final R iiu I and Pi
f ii Distribution ind I- inal i'i- I
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MEYER CHAIKEN
KOMMEL & ROGERS
Ai torm > b
I2fl Lincoln R '
Miami Beach 19, PI >rlda
:i 1-2S- i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 6IC 13451
BARE VALENTB,
Plaintiff,
\ -
MILDRED REGINA POWELL
VALEXTE,
I lefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl' MILDRED KEGIN'A
I'i IWELL VALEXTE
P.i I. Box l II, vviiit. ii,ni--.
Jacksonville, Florida.
YOC, MILDRED REGIXA POW-
ELL VALENTE. P.O. Box III. Wh I
Mouse, Jacksonville, Florida, are re-
quired i" file Men answer to 11 -
lihiini for divorce, with the Clerk il
in abo\. i'.nut. and serve :i
iii.I,...i upon Olno P. Nearettl, A'-
torney, 910-11 Congress Bldg., ill
N E 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, on
or before April 1!, 1962. or else com-
plain! will be taken as confessed
i i.ii.-ii ihi. niii daj ni Man h, 196*.
E. I!. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
circuit court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: EC. M. I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk
3/16-23-30. 4/S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C
CARLOS C Gl'ERRA
Plaintiff,
vs.
KM MA C. C.O.N'ZAI.EZ Gl'ERRA
I 'el'einlant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti>: EMMA GONZALEZ OUERRA
San Lnsaro IT", Srd plso, Apt 10
e Agulla v Crespo
llat.ana. Rep, de Cuba.
YOU, EMMA C. OONZAL-EZ OUER-
RA, san Lasaro IT", Srd plso, Apart;
i". between Agulla and Crespo, Ha-
liaua, Ri |i lie Cuba, are requ
file your answer to the complaint for
divorce, with th.- Clerk of thi
Court, and serve a copy thereof
Olno P. Negrettl, attorney 910-11
Congress Bldg., Ill N.E> Ind Avi i e
Miami. Florida, ISA. on ir b
April ii>, 19(1, ni else complaint "ill
be taken a- confessi.
Dated, this 13th lay of March, ir62
r I'.. LEATHERMAN, clerk.
"Ircult Court, De i.- County, Fl
ii. K M I.VMAN
'lerk
3/16-23-30. 4/6
LEGAL NOTICE
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I ieput) Clerk
M PIN PTNE
for Plaintiff
mti Floor Dade Federal Ride
Miami i. Florida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COJNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55459-C
N RE Esl ite il
ABRAHAM Cl IHEN
l ieceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i All I e lltors ind All Pi rsoi Hav-
i ims bi I >em inds Againsl Bald
Eat its
Vou ire hereby notified and requii
...i present any claims and de-
mands which you may have ag i i
the i state auk VHAM COH IN de-
based late "f Dade County, Florida.
Count) Judges of Dade C >un
tJ ,. .-, tilt ti ime in theli >'"'"- -
In ti 'ountj lurthou )e ii Da la
ount) Florida,, within six calenuai
months from the date of the iir-t
publl itton hereof, or the same will
i, ban ed
DAVID ROLL-IN
Administrator >f Eetti'.e of
Abraham I 'i-hen
PAUNCH, FINK & FORMAN
Bj Sanford B. Faunce
Attorneys fur Administrator
110! c ingress Bulldinu
Miami 32, Fla.FR 1-5471
3/16-23-30. 4/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 552S6-A
IN RE: Estate of
CHARLES HARRY AXELROTH
l ieceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Yuii are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
., estate of CHARLES HARRY
AXELROTH deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the County
Judges ef Dade County, and file the
.same in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.10, Florida Statutes, in
th.-ir offices iii the County Court-
house ni Hade County, Florida, with-
in -is calendar months from the time
i.i the fiist publication hereof, or the
s Ifm V ill he lial red.
bated at Miami, Florida, tils 14th
day of February, A.D 1962
la >U V NAIl'K' i
As Executrix
HKKN'STKIN & .MIl.l.KK
ii. Milton Miller
a ttorney for Execui i i\*
iiii Congress Bui
.Mi.uni, Floi Ida
2/23, 3/2-3-16
in the circuit colrt of the
Eleventh judicial c rcuit of
florida \ ano for dade
county n chancery,
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L.EATHERMAX 'lerk,
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:: 16-23-30, I 8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. iN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1433
. -A MARION M VN.
\ -
Ji !:;. LOW M VN
I .fen I.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IESSE JOEL LOWMAS
!. i : .x i
Si ai sustlne lorid i
V ,.:. Jesse l" l I > man. are here-
notified thai -ill '.....P > 'I
for Divorce ha- i.....n filed ngnlnsl
vou, and \. >n are required to servi a
[op\ of your Anew..... Pleading t..
the Hill nl 'omp m ni the Plalnl
Iff a ittorney, G.....je A. O'Brien, '-'L'::
Aragon Avenue, Coi i I Inbles, rbirida
ml file- the Iglnal Answer i r I'lend-
Ing 'ii the offli of the Clerk "i the
Circuit Cum i on n before the Hth
,i.,. nl April. 1962 If Mm fall to 'I"
s.i." ludgment b) default will be taken
il you for the relief demanded
in the BUI of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
111 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12th day of March, A.D.
1961
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
in :u court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: HELEN KE8SLBR,
Deput) I
GEORGE A O BRIEN
223 Aragon Avenue
i 'ma: Gables, Florida
Attorne) for Plali
: 16-23-30, 4 I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C:RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1779
BERNARD A. W1EDER
Plaintiff.
MAXINE R, ADAMS
Defendant.
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
TO; MAX INK R. ADAMS
Address I'nknown
You, MAXINE R ADAMS, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Mortgage Foreclosure has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quire to serve a copy of youg Answer
r,r Pleading to the Itill of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorney, BERNARD
A. W1EDER, ESQ.. 40T Lincoln ltd..
Miami Reach. Florida. JE 8-W66, and
Hie the original Anewer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court "ti "i" before the Ktnd day
of March, 1962, if you fail to do so.
judgment by default Will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
iii the Bill ni" Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED a) Miami.
Florida, this 19th day of February,
A.D. 1962.
B. It LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: L BNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
BERNARD A WIEDER E8Q
4ft? l.in. tin Rd I i.'h. flu.
JE i "
Attorney for Plaii
t, 13, I 1-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH jUDICIml u.nt,Ui i OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1768
JUDY BAIL RYDER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
1- RANK I >EI A'l'l'K RTDER,
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOC, FRANK DECATL'R RYDER,
524 TAMPA STREET, ORLANDO,
I'I,A.. ari-'iirffii'i.. your answer to Divorce Complaint
filed against you "ii Plaintiffs at-
torney GEORGE MCI H il.AS, IL'lN
MW 7 St., Miami, l-la.. ami file orlg-
nal with Clerk of this Courl on "i
lefori the 29th da) of March, 1962,
otherwise complain) "ill '" onfessed
i>\ you.
IIATEI > Februars 19, 1962.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) B) N A HEWETT
Deputy Clei
_______________________2/23, 3/2-11-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1774
CL1NTI iN F. WELLS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LORA N WELLS,
I lefendant
SUI 1" FOR DIVORCE
TO: I.' IRA N, WELLS
Roberts ll.....I, 134 No, Baum si
Saglnaw, Michigan
You, l.i'ia N. Wills, arc hereby no-
tified that a BUI of Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed against you, an.l
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading t,i the Bill
ni' Complain! on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney, Winter and Goldfarb, 507 Bis-
cayne Bldg., I" West Flagler St., Mi-
ami. Florida and file tl.....rlginal An-
swer or Pleading In the office of th*
Clerk "I the Circuit Courl on or be-
fore the 23rd day of March, 198 II
v..a rail ti. do s.i. Judgment b) default
will I"- taken ngalnsl you for the re-
II, I demanded in the Bill of I oni-
plalnl
Thi. notice shall be published once
each w <. k for t weeks
in THE I EWIsll l-'l.i IR1DIAN.
1 '\ i: \\|ii ii:l lEREI' .ii Mi.im
, this 19th da) "i February,
A.D 1962
K P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
iti 'urn i. I lade i 'ount). Florida
is, ah B) E H l-AN'WAY.
Deput) Clerk
WINTER & GOLDFARB
'.i'T Biscay ne Bldg Miami. Fla.
B) Max A Goldfarb
Attoi ne) for Plaintiff
I 23, 3 2-9-16
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55082-A
IS RE Estate of
MINNIE Rl'BIN
Dei cased. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!',. All i 'reditors and All Pel sons Hav-
' ing Claims or Demands Against bbid
Estate
v......re hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which \i'ii may have against
the estate nf MINNIE Rl'BIN de-
ceased late nf Dade County, Fl.....la,
t.. the County Judges of Dade Coun
u, ami file the same In duplicati and
as provided In Section 735.16," Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the
tv Courthouse In Dade Count) Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the first publication hen
..f, or the same "ill be b
Dated al Miami. Florida, this lith
1 day nf bruary, A.I v 1962.
anna GALE
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice n
the 13rd day of February, IstH
A BCDD CUTLER
Attorney fur Administratrix
IlHj Alnsle) Building
2 u, :: iM.-n;
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 il. PARR.
Plain! iff,
vs.
WILLIAM ALBERT PARR,
l lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM ALBERT PARR
11 Tx Fairmont Av enue
Slierbrooke,
Quebec, Canada
V..I1. WILLIAM ALBERT PARR
are hereb) notified thai a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answet nr
Pleading to tin- Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, i-'ink i:i.
AND ELKIN, Bis Hade Federal Build-
ing, 101 E. Flagler Bt., Miami 12,
Florida and flic the original Answer
ni Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
9th day Of April. IMS, If you fail to
do so. juiiginriit by default will he
taken againal you for the relief de-
manded in the Itill Of Complaint.
This notice shall la- published once
each week for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miara
Florida, this L'Kth day of Fehraur.
A n 1911
K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida
(seal I By: K. M. I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
:i J-9-l-tl
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
REAL-ART STCDIOS at 2211 N.W
39th Ax. Miami. Fla.. intends I
register said name with the Clerk if
Florida.
he Circuit Court of Dade County.
SCULPTURE ARTS. INC.
(a Fla. Corp-)
Sole owner
REIGEL, TKITKI.M AN". ALBERT
Attorne) t for Applicant
1462 w. Flagler St.
_________________________2/28. 3/2-9-16
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A-20495
MOTICE IS HEREBY B1VEN
Nathaniel W Slegel holder of Clt) 1
Homestead Tax Sale Certificate N
38719 Issued the 2nd day June, A.D
1'i'x. has filed same In no office, and
has made application for a tax deeil
to be Issued thereon. Said Certlfli
embraces thi following descrll
proiierty In the County ..t I... Stal
..f Florida, to-wlt:
I.,.: 6 Block '. Fread's Vddn =-'
Plat Book Page 182 in Se lion 13,
Tom nship '-7 Soul h. Ram
r hi I "I:'. ol Home> lead, I'
..: I lade, State of Florida
The as.. ..in. ni .-I said pi
under the said certlfii ati wa In
n.i......: L'nknown
L'nless said i ertlflcate shall l" ri
deemed according t" law, the prop-
ert) described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder at the Court House
dooi nil the find Mon la; In the
month of April, 1962, which is the
2nd day of April, 1962
Dated this 28th day "f February,
1962.
E. P. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
tseal) B) R M LEEPER,
1 icputy Cli rk
3 2-9-16-2J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN lhal
i hi undei signed, desli Ina t" ngagi Ii
business undei the flctltioua na
s ,x S FABRICS at 136" Ninth Mian
Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends I
i >ai the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florid
FOl'RTEENTH STREET
F \ BRIC BAZAAR, INC
Wl'.l.l IS.'II ,x la il OHERTY
Attorne) for Fourteenth
Street Fabric Baiaar, inc.
2 23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
N9. 528668 C
IM RE: Estate of
N ATI! VN N TRAVM VN,
I i. ,-. as. .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D.STRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 hav
filed my Final Report and Petition
f..i Distribution ami Final Discharge
ms Ehtecutrlx of the estati of NA-
THAN N TRAl'MAN, deceased: and
that on th.- 29th day of March, 1962,
will apply to the Honorable County
judges of Da* County, Florida, for
approval of said Final Report and
im distribution and final discharge
as Executrix of the estate of the
ibove-named decedent. Tins 28th day
of Februar). 1962.
FRANCES F. TRAL'MAN,
Executl ix
JOSEPH A. VON AltX
A Hi.i my
r,u2 P.is. a) ne Building
Miami. I lot iila
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Miami. Florida, Friday, March 16, 1962

1
Museums Swap
Purim Megillahs
For Exhibition
mr By Special Report
NEW YORKThe Jewish Mu-
Mum of the Jewish Theological
.veminary of America and the Be-
yalel National Museum in Jerusa-
lem will each interchange for ex-
t.bit four Purim scrolls (megil-
lahi). representative of rare items
in each collection.
I
The overseas exchange of out-i
rtanding objects, a first-time ven-
lire for both museums, has been
initiated to celebrate the Jewish
Museum's annual Queen Esther
I urim Ball on Mar. 24. The theme
of the affair this year is "Purim
jn Israel."
On the night of the ball, the re-
ciprocal exhibits will open simul-
taneously in New York and in Je-I
jusalem.
A Purim scroll or megillah is
Qm Book of Esther from the He-
brew Bible, handwritten on parch-
roent. often richly illustrated and
11 otected by an elaborate case, de-1
signed in the style of the period 1
. d country of origin. It is read in |
the synagogue on the occasion of j
Purim, this year Mar. 20, a festival'
itlebrating the escape of the Jews
Jrom annihilation by Haman, a
minister of King Ahasuerus of
J 1rsia.
The four scrolls selected for dis-
play here by the Bezalel National
Museum offer diversified examples
c illustration. They include a
seventeenth century megillah, one
.; two extant, with engravings by
frfclomo di Italia, one of the lew
known illustrators of megillahs;
i < handpainted megillah from
t ace, eighteenth century, a me-
gillah with sepia drawings, Italian.
1700; and an Italian megillah, sev-
enth century with copper en-
gravings and ornaments colored by
i and. All the illustrations arc
1 ited for their vivid use of color
and exquisite attention to detail.
Ihe scenes depicted are appropri-
. 1 :o the story of Purim. and much
u ir.ade of the significance of such
I gures as Queen Esther, her uncle,
rdeeai, King Ahasueru>, and
ji. man.
In the book of Esther, there is
no reference to the Deity. Al-
though, traditionally, the He-
Hand-painted eighteenth century megillah from Alsace is one
oi four sent by the Bezalel Museum of Jerusalem tor exhibit
at the Jewish Museum in New York in honor of its Queen
Esther Purim Ball on Mar. 24.
brew Bible is not illustrated, art-
ists have freely decorated the
Book of Esther when in scroll
form, making it the only biblical
book in Judaism in which the
text is accompanied by pictures.
Among the items selected by the
Jewish Museum for exhibit in Is-
rael is the only known example of a
megillah with folk art illustration
The interpretation is naiveHa-
man appears in the form of the
deviland the style primitive. It
is German, eighteenth century
Another interesting item is the
case of a nineteenth century Rus-
sian megillah. Silver filigree on
gilt ground, it contains the im-
perial double-headed eagle of Rus-
sia with the monogram N I, as-
sumed to refer to Czar Nicholas I.
Completing the Jewish Museum se-
lection are two seventeenth cen-
tury scrolls, partly engraved and
partly hand painted, one Italian,
and one from Prague, signed by
the engraver. Franck.
The concurrent exhibits of the
scrolls will remain on view in New
York and Jerusalem lor an indefi-
nite period.
Rabbi Pleads for Elevation
Of Adult Education Standards
"The time has come when the
adults of our synagogue communi-'
ties must raise the level of their
1 Jewish learning.^so that it is on a
' par. proportionately, with that ol
j their children."
So spoke Dr. Joel Geffen. na-
tional director of community edu-
cation of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, at a recent conference
sponsored by the United Synagogue
of America. Southeast region, at
the Carillon hotel.
Dedicated to the major challenge
of adult Jewish education, the con-
ference featured an analysis of the
Conservative movement by Dr.
Bernard Mandclbaum. provost of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, who showed "how cru-
cial it is to draw upon the past in
cider to make maximum use ol
the tools of the present.'*
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti, of
Temple Menorah, led the assemb-
lage in a study session which pre-
ceded Rabbi Mandelbaum's ad-
dress, in which he analyzed a
series of Biblical verses, with the
delegates following the text on
specially-prepared notes distrib-
uted to participants.
Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Beth
David Congregation, made a stir-
ring plea for a "multi-pronged at-
tack on ignorance at every level
in our congregation." Describing
a program which he leads at Beth
David. Rabbi Shapiro stressed "the
need of keeping high standards for-
ever before the congregation so
that people will be motivated to
fill in the space that exists De-
rations."
Rabbi Morns Chapman, of B'nai
Israel C ngregation, St. Peters-
burg, noted that a variable ap-
proach to adult education "is need-
ed so that every possible avenue
can be explored." He put particu-
lar emphasis on "the concept ol
study as an integral part of pray-
er."
"Judaism, said Rabbi Chapman,
"has always recognised that study
is a lorm of worship, and the inclu-
sion of selections from the Mishnah
in our traditional prayer book is
dramatic evidence of that fact."
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Haman wanted to destroy the
Jewish people because Mordechai
didn't kowtow to him. So we are
told in the story of Esther. But
a Talmudic midrash tells us
something more, which explains
why he really had it in for Mor-
dechai. Mordechai had given him
a job. That, especially now that
he was Prime Minister, Haman
couldn't take at all.
1 once knew a Jewish soldier
who had trouble with a buddy
who was anti-Semitic. He had no
peace with him until he banged
him up. If you smack a scoun-
drel good and proper, he will re-
spect you. Give him a black eye
but don't give him a job.
1 have a suspicion that, with
most professional anti-Semites, if
you could trace the full story you
would discover that they were in-
debted to Jews, Jews had be-
friended them. Henry Miller of
"Tropic of Cancer" fame, tells
in one of his pieces how he was
at one time down and the only ,
one who came to his aid was a
Jew. who had previously admon-
ished him for writing anti-
Semitically.
The Nazi. Goering. was an or-
phan brat who was raised by a
Jew. and we know what grati-
tude he showed. The German
composer. Richard Wagner, ad-
mitted that it was his stepfather,
a Jew, who was always helping
him. yet Wagner was a bitter
anti-Semite.
Personally, 1 never suffered
much from anti-Semitism. Here
and there, little pin pricks. The
fact is. as I look back. 1 can re-
call better instances of philo-
Semitism, of a kind of exception-
al friendship with non-Jews. I
don't think this is strange. I
think Ruth and Naomi may have
liked each other a little more be-
cause of their different back-
grounds The intelligent may find
differences add a kind of zest,
just as one likes an exotic-flavor-
ed wine.
But there was one time when
I did encounter a Haman. It was
when I was a very young repor-
ter, a good deal of an itinerant
I stayed in one city just long
enou;-: get the fare to the
next Once, my father was ask-
. re I was and he said he
didn't know but he thought I had
missed a town in Oklahoma. Dur-
ing the period. I came into a
strange town and I'll never for-
get that a Gentile, a total
stranger, finding I had no place
to sleep, improvised a bed in his
shop. He had no pillow, he apol-
ogized, remarking that "your
ancestor Jacob slept once in the
open with a stone for his pil-
low." I thought that was very
nice.
But. as I say, one time I did
meet a Haman. I blew into a
Texas town with a total capital
of $1.50. I paid one dollar for
a room at what was called a
hotel, and then proceeded to the
office of the morning newspaper.
1 asked the city editor for work.
"We don't work here," he said.
"This is a newspaper office." But
he gave me a job. Drawing me
closer, he said in a hushed voice,
"1 would advise you to steer
Continued on Page 3-C
Senior Judaeans
Conclave >
Map
One hundred Senior Judaeans
representing 12 chapters of South-
ern region Senior Judaea in Flori-
da. Georgia and South Carolina
are expected to gather in Jackson-
ville from Mar. 23 to 25 for their
annual district conclave according
tc an announcement released by
Elaine Brunker, of Jacksonville,
District 2 chairman.
The selected theme for the con-
clave is "IsraelLand and Peo-
ple. Events of the conclave in-
cline educational sessions, work-
shops. Shabbat services, business
sessions, and the final banquet and
dance.
Planning and preparations for the
conclave are under the chairman-
ship of Miss Brunker in coopera-
tion with Mrs. Bill Goldman, adult
I conclave chairman, and other mem-
I bers of t h e Jacksonville Zionist
1 Youth Commission.
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Center Children
Mark Purim
Two-hundred children In the
early childhood development pro-
all four branches of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
ter trill celebrate Purim on
Tuesday, Mar 20. at 10:15 a.m.
Children will wear costumes rep-
resenting the characters ot the
rie Megillah.
Shalach Monos will be prepared,
and brought home by the children.
Pleased with the progress of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital s
new spring campaign are these guests and officials at a
reception for new staff members: Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro.
Women's Division chairman (left), and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin,
Auxiliary president. They are joined by Col. Nat Rood (stand-
ing left) and hospital president, Samuel T. Sapiro (right), to
greet County Commissioner Chuck Hall (center), one of the
.officials who attended the reception. ._.._..
Pen Players Will
Perform Here
The Pen Players at Dade County
Junior College will present "The
Man." suspense drama by Mel Di-
nelli. from Mar. 21 to 24 at the
Northside Shopping Center Audi-
torium. 7900 NW 27th ave.
Arthur Chassman. former techni-
cal director at the University ol
Miami Ring Theatre and Drake
University, will direct. 1 w Malek MiQmi Beach a1l0rney# accepts an award
aSl'SvfrS^^lSKi Knight of the Month" from William Reimer. chancellor
Dond I Ge rgeHU?mgFs0.on commander of the George Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pythias.
, and Lucita Mora. 1 Some 500 persons attended the recent testimonial affair^


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Tt.czj. March 16. 1962
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Zonta Club
Benefit Revealed
Fourth annual home and garden
tour sponsored by the Zonta Club
of Greater Miami for the benefit
of Recording for the Blind will be
held Sunday, Mar. 18. from l to 5
p.m
The three Miami Beach estates
vhicn have been made available
for the day are the homes of John
Hertz, jr Mr antl Mrs Robert
Z Greene, and Baron and Baroness
Vladimir K Von Poushental.
Zonta International is a service
organization of executive and pro-
fi icional women, with clubs in
'he United States and many foreigi
- The Zonta Club of Great-
;.- the local unit
I l i- ** fto
e pay tnbate to the great issnl
on the tragic aspect of our near-
- c::or. as related in the Book
aer. e emphasize only the
ielneranee Purur. has been
caiied our irost *ordiy holiday.
since the religious aspect has been
Jtept to a minimum, and masque*.
.:g. acd annaing en-
couraged. Stffl, we da remember
the underlying reason fer our cele-
bration, and show our gratitude in
..:- caaritj and to our fnends
For rjch a festival food ristoms
are na"..,.- -..; pientiftii. and vary
.n he d.-fferent countries of the
ten Europe kreplach
- .-r i ere aJweyi pa.-, of the
noon steal, exacUi as tbe? nen
.--. ? m Kippcff and on
Kabbah. SymboLc of
.: .-.' |...'.. u the custom
II -.d-bits
UfAAr Discusses
Faith in Schools
S JTA A Re-
Ic t bet
"
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can -.'.- removed from the Uscas-
Rab- n Gerstenfeld, of
the influential Washington Hebrew
Congregation, told a meeting of
Protestant ministers that "there is
a valid place in our public schools
for intercultural education which
sympathetically presents the vari-
ant forms of the Judeo-Chnstian
heritage."
However, he warned that there
mutt be guarantee along with it
to keep public sc heels from be-
coming "religious schaels in me
sense of teaching ritualistic ob-
servance or era del indoctrina-
tion."
Rabbi Gerstenfeld expressed fear
that the current controversy might
stir up animosity among religious
groups
These represent the peas and bear.-
hich we are toid were the only-
foods she considered kosher enough
to eat in place of Ahasuerus. Ha-
rr.antasbeo. the three-cornered fil-
led cookies or coffee caies. are so
~uch a part of our Purim. that for
a festival would be incomplete
* ithout them And of course there
are the Shaiach Mones. those spe-
cial delicacies hich are carried as
gifts to our fnends.
Menu fer Pvrim Dinner
Before the meal serve cocktails
or tomato ruice with Savory NaJut.
At dinner serve:
Roast stuffed capon New potatoes
Cranberry sauce S*eet pickles
G;blet fricassee Fresh aspari.
Olives
Salad of fresh -. *;e*a-
Compote of frefh or dried fruits
Feast of Esther c. Tea
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Savory NeWt
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it 30 minutes, until the chick
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'luring the baking to coat the peas
evenly Drain in a sieve, then on
paper towels Cool. Serve as a
tid-bit. Thf-se are also good added
to a may be varied to ta>te b> adding
Mher salad seasonings to the dress-
ing before baking.
Feast of Esther Cakes
1 cup pitted dates
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2:? cups 'hredded coconut
1 cup firmly packed light
bro*n sugar
2 eggi lightly beaten
Put the dates, then the no's
through the food chopper, using
the medium Wade. Add M cups
I the coconut, the sugar, and the
eggs, and mu^ thoroughly^ to a
smooUi paste. Shape generous
Ic spoons of the mixture into
rcils about 3 inches long and 3/4
thick. Roll these in the re-
maining coconut. Place them an
inch apart oc greased cookie tins
and bake about 10 minutes, at 350
degs F. until the coconut is golden
Watch carefully during the last
few minutes to prevent the coco-
nut from becoming too dark Care-
fully place the cookies on racks to |
cool. They are very soft when
they are bo: and break easily, but I
become firmer as they cool. This
makes about 30 cakes.
Hamantashen Ceekies (Parve)
Make either Prune or Poppy Seed
Fflhnj I hall I each, before
starting -o mix the cookie dough.
For Pnax Fillings ?t;r until
blended 3 cups Dnely chopped.
-.-.-; prunes; the :rs-ec rind and
;-uice of orar.se cup juice :
:. c-p :. cup
it -4 table-poons fine.
to make
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4 eegs
J cup vegetable oil
cup sugar
Juice and grated rind of "-:
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4 cups sifted all-purpose
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Friday. March 1G. 19S2
Jewisti Fk>rMiaul
Page 3-C
Weissenborn
Has Hat in Ring
Miami attorney Lee Weissenborn
has announced that he is a candi-
date for state representative from
Dade in Group 2.
Dade county is entering the
.greatest period
of growth in its
history.'- Weis-
senborn s a id,
'and if its poten-
tial is to be fully-
realized we must
have capable, re-
sponsible and ag-
i gressive leader-
lip in Tallahas-
i see."
WtlSStNBOKN Tne 3,.vear.0|d
attorney said he fell tha; all public
officials, local and state, must con-
tent rate in particular on guaran-
teeing a favorable political climate
which will attract industry to Dade.
"We are now taking the first
sieps to secure clean, efficent and
economically valuable industry to
cur county. Wc must do more than
just continue these belated efforts.
V>< must do everything possible to
make industry here a certainty,"
he said.
Weissenborn, his wife. Judy, and
their two children live at 2201 SW
90th ave. He is past president of
both the state and county Young
Democrats, past commander of the
Coral Gables American Legion
Post, and was chairman of the re-
cent national convention of Young
Democrats at Miami Beaah which
featured President Kennedy as one
of the speakers.
Wolis to Make
Surf side Try
Kenneth A. Wolis, 30-year-old
practicing attorney, has announ-
ced his candidacy for Surfside
Town Council.
A resident of Surfside for five | I
years, Wolis has served as secre-' ;
tary. vice president and acting
president", of- the Surfside Civic!
Assn., and' is presently on the Surf-
side Planning and Zoning Board
and the Surfside Volunteer Fire [
Department. He is a trustee of the | !
Knights of Pythias and director of
the North Dade Bar Assn.
Wolis is basing his platform on
"youth, vigor and the will to get
things dope." He will work to-
ward:
"Reduction of the town's public
debt; rapid completion of the new
Community Center; better drain-
age facilities; additional side-
walks; and cleaner beaches."
National USY 4
President Slated
Daniel Siegel. of Arlington. Va.,
will keynote the 11th annual United
Synagogue Youth convention of the
Southeast region of USY at the Di
Lido hotel on Mar. 30 to Apr 1.
Daniel, a senior at Hawthorne
School, Washington, D. C, was
elected to the national presidency
at TT5YT national convention rast
December.
He is now in his fenth year of
study at the Arlington Fairfax
Jewish Center, and hopes ta
spend his junior and senior years
of college at the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem.
Siegel will arrive in Miami BeacTl
on Mar. 30. His keynote address
will take place at the Sabbath ser-
vice that evening at 6 p.m. Some
300 delegates from four Southeast-
ern states will attend the conven-
tion, whose theme is "Justice, Jus-
tice, Shalt Thou Pursue."
Why Haitian Decided He Must Destroy the Jews
Continued from Page 1-C
clear of that fellow Wendell, over
there. He doesn't like Jews."
I wasn't going to worry about
Wendell. He could go to the place
that rhymes with it. I thought.
What was worrying me was how
I was to go about having my
meals until the end of the week,
when I would receive pay. But
SAMUtl MAIR
Blair Announces
Candidacy Here
Samuel Blair, 524 Valencia, Coral \
Gables, has announced his candi-
dacy for the House of Representa-
tives from Dade county, Group 1.
A resident with his wife, Stella,
of Dade county since 1949, the 44-
year-old Blair is a salesman, and
is affiliated with the Democratic
Party.
Blair believes that "a revolving
fund for loans to qualifying high
school graduates of Florida public
schools should be established."
He has also called for "trade and
technical colleges for instruction
in space age industries and general
trades and crafts; possession of
firearms without a valid permit
should be a felony; a law should be
enacted causing all holders of driv-
ers' licenses reaching age 70 to
rass a physical and drivers exanu
nation."
for the immediate present, I soon
discovered that was no problem
either. The city editor wanted
me to go that evening to accom-
pany a group of the town's lead-
ing citizens on a possum hunt,
and there would be plenty to eat
and drink. In fact, I discovered
that's mostly what you do on a
possum hunt. What hunting there
is. is done by the dogs.
I wrote a story about it in
a semi-comical vein telling,
for instance, how the city post-
master went along on the possum
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hunt, because he knew most of
the addresses where the possums
were to be found. The next day
I found they liked my story. But
how was I to eat?
I sat in the city room wonder-
ing. Then my eyes shifted to
this guy Wendell. I wondered
what had made him so anti-
Semitic. What evil thing had
Jews done to him to such a point
that, if I approached him, he
would bark at me like a bull dog
or maybe even take a bite at
me. Suddenly I got a crazy idea.
I went up to Wendell and asked
him if he would lend me $5 until
pay day.
He took out a five-dollar bill
and gave it to me. "Come with
me," he said, and I accompanied
him to the press room, where he
got another $5 from the Typo-
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lars in those days was about the
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FROM THE TALMUD
263. Pride and the Proud
Midrash Eleh Eilterah.
The Trees and the Scholars
When God created the trees. |
v are' higher and higher. They I
niht. hi their pride, that nothing I
, i hall their grou'th; but the P
. lost their'arrogance U'hen Cod I
,1 it m the mind of man to I
-_:.ln.'ti iron and mal(e ares.
men of learning became over-1
lent, and did not beu'ail the
action of the Holy Temple.
laid to themielves We are \
important than the Temple
shall lead the u 1 in the
of the Torah a'- tee shall
>: Ml till
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to prohibit rachmg of
Torah ami I tr rxecu-
the men ; Tins
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"Do it Yourself Applies;
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Hollywood Beth Sholem
"Do it yourself.'" This fad is
sweeping the country and you. too,
perhaps have become involved.
In hours of leisure, you can find
a tired businessman or a harried
housewife building a wide variety
of household objects. It might be
a chair, a bookcase, or even set-
ting asphalt tile on the floor. In
our prophetic portion this week,
there were bigger stakes at hand.
When King Solomon was about
to erect the Holy Temple, he in-
vited Hiram, king of Tyre, and
all his people to help him. Every-
one was offered the opportunity
to take part in the construction of
the Temple. The people were di-
vided into a number of groups
the wise men. the priests, the
mighty men. and the poor.
The wise men chose to build the
southern wail But. they were too
busy thinking and philosophizing
about life, and so. they sent their slaves.
The priests asked permission to construct the northern wall. But
they were involved in their own ministry, and so they sent their ser-
vants instead.
The men of means and prestige sought to build the eastern wall,
but they had not time for it. They. too. sent their slaves. One wall
: remained the western wall. The poor were granted permission to
build it. With great joy. they "did it themselves."
When the Temple was destroyed, all walls crumbled all but one.
Even today, you can see the western wall the lone rampart that
remains.
The truth applies with equal force to the life of our spirit. No
psychologist, pediatrician, teacher can bring up your children for you.
The wonderful things in life love, hope, loyalty, courage and con-
fidence, cannot be achieved for us by others.
Tzedakah does not consist of signing a check but of giving some-
thing of ourselves. The progress of our synagogues does not come
about simply by reading or thinking about it. It is achieved by the
"doers," not the "sayers."
We get out of life only what we give of ourselves. No one else can
talk us into "how to live" or "how to do it." There is just no substi-
tute for our own doing, our own living.
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. RabDi Isaac ever.
Friday 6:16 p.m. Saturda) s SO a m
Sermon
I'urlm."
M.....la)
liur.
"Tli.. Fascinating Htor> of
Reading of the Mi
; p.m., and Tuesdaj
RABBI SAMUU MENDHOWITZ
... no substitute
kJChow lJfW BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ve Con. I
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Frlda) 8:16 p.m. Jewish Music Sab-
bath. Sermon: "Prayer and Jewish
Bong1." Saturday :< a.m. Baa Mill-
van: Judith, daughter u( Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Schiff.
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BETH EL. 500 SW i/in ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday s ;" Sermon: ''Sabbath >f Remembrance."
Meglllah readl ig, Monda) 6 10 p.m.
and Tuesday 1 3 a.m

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
I rlday 6 p.m. Saturday 8 SO a m. Srr-
mon: "The Inventory of l.it.-.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday t a.m.
Reading o( the Meglllah, Monday eve-
ning .mil Tuesday 7:S0 a in.

BETH TORAH. 104tn si. ..id NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.
baum.
Friday 6 an.I 8:80 p.m. Sermon
"Purim." Baa Mitavah: Sherrle,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Liefman. Saturday vt."> a.m. Ba>r
Mltivah Warren Kate, son ..f Mr.
and Mi- Melville Schott; Gary, eon
..i Mr. .
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday S:15 p.m. Sermon: "Purim
Light. Joy nnd Gladness." Saturda)
8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the
Week." Purim services on Monday
7:30 p.m. and Tuesday 6:30 a.m.

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander,
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 5*0 and 8:18 p.m. Guest
speaker, Mrs. Edwin Oppenhelm of
the National Council of Jewish Wom-
en. Saturday .8:30 a.m.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
Oavid Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
HgMSJ
GEMS OF WISDOM
I Human was more effeci
\ all tht .
.-.-. preachment
: /sra?!. TALMUD, i

All year drunk; and on Put
VIDDlSh -'.-.
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With tiic- arrival of ilie month j
of Adar u-e are joyful. -TALMUD. 4

Purim hat a special ffaft be-
Cause Human tried to destroy nur
physical live*. Chanulta does not
[have a special ftast but u'e chant
;tlie Hallel because Anticochus Wed
: to destroy our spiritual lues.
----GERER RE33E.
From th State of Urtl'
Declaration of Independence
When the preat catastrophe over
took the Jewish people, and mil-
lions of Jews were slaughtered in
Europe, we once again saw the
great need of a Jewish state where
every Jew could come and live, and
it would be a member of the family
ot nations.
The Jews who were rescued from
Europe, as well as the Jews of
Other countries, never ceased to
emigrate to Eretz Israel and never
ceased to demand their right to
live in it.
On the 29th of November. 1947,
the United Nations proclaimed the
ctablishment of a Jewish State in
Eretz Israel.
We stretch out a hand of peace to
all the neighboring countries and
tho peoples inhabiting them.
We call on the Jewish people all
over the world to help us in build-
ing the State.
Signed this day. Sabbath-eve,
fifth of lyar 5768, May U. 1948.
aL. Published by Brit Ivrit
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the origin of Purim Paro-
dies?
The Bible (Esther 9:17) charac-
terized the day of Purim as one
of "feasting and gladness." It
would then be natural for those
gifted with the pen to attempt to
compose humorous scraps of lit-
erature to be used on Purim.
While there is no doubt that the
Talmud exhibits a definite sense
of humor in various places, the
fun was tempered with serious
overtones.
Historians of Jewish literature
contend that it was not until the
twelfth century that there was a
clearly defined branch of Parody
in Jewish literature. It was sup-
posedly in that century that Mena-
hem ben Aharon wrote his "Hymn
for the Night of Purim" which was
j a parody after the "Hymn for the
'First Night of Passover" written
by Meir ben Isaac.
The "Hymn for the Night of
Purim" was included in the litur-
gy contained in the Machzor Vitry.
Apparently, the texts of sacred lit-
urgy and religious literature in
general were so venerable in the
eyes of the people, that the happi-
ness on Purim was first written in
parodies as a "take-off" on these
texts rather than to imply a purely
secular form of literature. Even
the merriment of Purim. then,
had the form of a sacred literary
expression.
Why is the Sabbath before Purim
designated as Parsharh Zacher?
On this Sabbath a special por-
m*iii:iiii.iniwiiiimsiMiaiisiniuiit"iiM>iiiii"|ii"il
This page is prepared in co-
operation with the Spiritual Lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITi
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wistfom
tion is read from the Bible (Deut.
25:17-9) which bids us to "Remem-
ber" (Zachor) the evil Amalek
who attacked us during our wan-
derings in the wilderness and to
blot out all remembrance of this
vicious foe. This portion is read
because Haman is a descendant of
Amalek and Rab explains (Yeru-
shalmi Megillah 25) that since the
Bible says: "And these days (of
Purim) shall be remembered and |
kept." (Esther 9:28) they should
remember the deed of Amalek be-
fore celebrating the festival of
Purim.
Generally speaking, one must
never celebrate a victory before
remembering the terrible toll of
tragedy that was encountered be-
fore the victory came about. Since
the first word of the Biblical text
which is read on that Sabbath is
"Zachor," the text itself came to
be known as "Parshath Zachor"
as did the Sabbath on which it.is
read. .____.__
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday and vi:> p.m. Sermon: "Pre-
paring f"f Purim." Saturday S::'. a.m. |
Bar Mltsvah: K.nntth. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Koenigeberg. Hauling "f
the M.-Kiiiah by Jacob Behlff, Mon-
day T p.m. Tuesday 7:80 a.m, "i:o<>k
ni Bather."
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Oavid Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
FYi.lay > an.I s:;:u p.m. Bermon: "The
Story of Purim." Saturday S" a in
Sermon: "The Call "i tod
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
Friday k and 8:15 p.m. Sisterhood
I Sabbath. Sermon: "what of the Pu-
' ture?" Saturday B:45 a.m. Bermon:
i "Portion f the Law."
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643B SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice ,
Klein.
Friday vi". p.m. Bag Mltsvah: Joan. |
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Ben Wlien-
thai. Reading "f the Meglllah, Mon-
day evening.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zuckrr. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
Friday 8:10 p.m. Bermon: "Ancient
anil Modern I'urlm." Saturday 9 a.m.
Bermon: "One Mual itrmember to
Live." t'.ar Mltsvah: .lay. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Wucher. Purim
services on Monday T p.m. and Tues-
day 7 a.m.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
i Friday i::t p.m. National Council ..f
Jewish Women Babbath. Sermon:
"Education for Life." Louis Bch-
wartsman, executive director ish Education win present awards
Saturday 11:15 a m. Baa Mltsvah
Man..i. daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Jerome Anapol
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday S:'"' p.m. Purim f&mllj
i.-. Saturda) 10 K a.m.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
struction^. Ril.il Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
I Friday 815 p.m. Sermon Why Men
Hate." Saturday 10:S0 a.m. Sermon!
"Sabbath ..i Remembrance."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Hol'y
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservat.ve,
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
Fri.la* 1 ''." pi". Sernu.n. "Tne Purnm
of Yesterday and Today." Saturday
:i a.m. )
TEMPLE BETH St-fO',OM. 4144 CnSMI
ave. Liberal. Ra'ibi Leon Kron'sh.
Cantor Oavid Conviser.
Friday IS p.m. Sermon: "Whj !>""*
Qod Allow Humanism'.'" Saturday
10: r. a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NV\
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Hsnn*
B. Wernick.
Friday B:80 p.m. Bermon: "Rnmenas
brances." Saturday :80 a.m. I
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Watimm
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi lrvma)<
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 Ne 19tn .*.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Should!
Lincoln Kuckwell have the Right Us
Speak?" "
TEMPLE JUDEh. 320 Palermo ave,
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Fridav 8:16 p.m. Guest speaker. Mr*
Sidney Lewis, president of National
Council "f Jewish Women. In honor
of Council s'abbath. Saturday 10:3*
a.m. Has Mltsvah: Suzanne, daus^i-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wolpo.
Monday 7 p.m., Mesillah reading.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th s.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday S:1j p.m. b'ermon; 'Turim. id;
Reverse." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon;)
"The Portion of the Law."
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovita. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon "Mordecai|
the Jew the L'nbendlng Believer
Ha- Mltsvah: Mellnda. daughter .if
Mr and Mrs. Morris woskow Bat
day 8:45 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Gilbert*
.-on ..f Mr. and Mrs S..I It Bdwarda,
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAVr.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. RaaOl
Benno M. Wallach.
Frlda) vi". p.m. Bermaal "Purlnfl
Values."
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miaiil
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Frlda) S:80 p.m. Sermon: "The Paall
Week' in the I.htht of the Sc hi if.
the w.ek." Oneg shuiiiiai host: Sis-
terhood. Saturday '.' a.m. Sermoog
"Today's Torah Beading and the Con-
-, 11 ;.ii\ e Interpretation."
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 9311
Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabOl
Leo Heim.
Friday B:lfi p.m. <:irl Seoul Sabbath.
Sermon: "Self Sacrifice An Integral
Part >! Flee Men" Satuiclav I i..
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th !V
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man.
Friday ::: p.m. Sermon: "The Mur-ssl
Law of Sacrifice." Huh Mits\ahs)
Bllssa, daushter of Mr. and Mrs Jo*.
eph Hevker. Saturday 9:30 a.m. Kik
Mltsvah: Marshall, son of Mr. . Mrs. Harold Aronowlts.
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. DixiSI
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheidoiv
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Nej.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Purim its)
Eternal Truth." Saturday : s.m, ,,
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BENJAMIN SIEGLER
f ISl" En ersoi i i-- i Feb 9
He came hen '
.-.-> i Mi} and wa retired |
BUI \ ". [fig flVI AM.
two da ightet In
lira -. Sootin brother,
a ter, 12 grandi hlldi n and 18
great-gi W were
Feb. 11 In Rlvi
Sorm.ii
DR ROBERT ROSEN
'..'.. of 8013 NE '.".'Ii "ei died J i
He came hen ll >
len, N.J aiiil was ..
Harm ) Elliott
hi., parents, Mi Mr>
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MRS MINMlC ROSENBAlv
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ll Mr- "i i -.-
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SAMLEL WEITZMAN
Ith i Mar. *. He
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MORRIS BREZINSKY
f .. died Mar Hi
...
I> n. a;
- lent len Age
each. S
Ke t Ui
were Mai a
i ..e. A
DR. PAUL BECK
T of : XE died Feb. '
N"<'..
... 11 e of t hi
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the Temi le Emanu-1
ng Ifi Mai i Sei
Til. N' : i-'
Home.


JACOB THEODORE
:..'
Hi me hen
i i .i
e hi.
Lhrei lauKhi I
Mri Hi I' hei
and thn afati r~
1-'
n in
MRS. MARY C TUREEN
'.: f I! -:,.- dl-I Mi
Ah --.' ram uo I
Iff* Tm la ugh-
? .- ere Mai N- -
Iflu K ,f H
JULES J. DREYFUSS
T W Ban Mali*
a came hei aTn
fy. N-. Hi waa member
if Hu..- :.;,- !.,. i -.1^.- Mi^n,i
R. ).!'...- Mahi Shrini
' ttish Rite. S riving
a- :- Bettyi two ions, J--
rc.i and M Jack and a liater, Mra
Irene Adl -- --- Mar in
R in rt
MILTON D. DREYFUS
Hi i me hen 'i- -
.-.. ,i- -
i Sew fork
turei A f.-un-
. > r National Children'!
H In charge '
* hapti k .tm..ng the
memberi and at th time "f hi.- d-ath
ir-' \i'-.- prvaident, "hairman of
exei itlve ateerolBg committee
on tii- publli :-iation comm
Surviving ar- hi- if>-. Paula:
Henr} .. daughter, Mr- Charl
Hall, and teven grandchlldreii. .-
were Mat In Newman Funeral
Home.
BENNIE J. BROWN
"., of :-.- SW l.t *l died M I He
ame here I aai ag i fron D
Surviving .i'-- two Bteterfi and a bro-
'h-r s- r'. Icei
don ^^lnf!al Himr.
Mar. I Ir, Ool
MRS YETTA KAMINSKY
BW Ith s: 'ii- f
, here I! rean
Bchenectady, NY Surviving arc h>-r
huaband. Nathan, two aona, Henrj
..n.| Robert; four grandchildren: thret-
Dg M.i x !-'. ,
.-- r\ wen Peb 11 in
Memorial Chapel, lfc.ugla."
-t^r
I: i. .1.
rd.
SAMUEL BEHAR
11, of 324 W
! Hi .
Nev* Toi k .* ^ .
. i Hi ^.i-
; | ., Jea i-K i 'enter Survi\
hi- wife, I ..i v .
Mar] Jacobs, Mrs. Sunny Ha.--., i i
K.i> Shelmolth; and > n a..
Si-r\ Icei were Ian. 1 v
Mra
ti-! I
HARRY GOTTLIEV
:i. isso Collini ave died Peb ?'
He i tm. h^r^ IS years agi> fron N^'
V'ernon, NY H-- a mcmli. r ol
Workmen'i Circle, Surviving art- his
Hilda: a brother, an.l fi\<- als-
tera in Mrs. Sarah \Vam-tt. Service-' were
Peb :'T In Riverside Memorial Chapel. 1** "AK,U* S^fV^f"
Ml-n rd were ret,. 11 in O'.rdon Fune
ARABHAM SILVERBERG
: .." Ni: ::. st.. died Peb l"
H~ came here six years ag" from
liuffaln. NY. Surviving are hi.- wife,
Mary, two sobs, Ronald and Erwln,
and two daughter*, th- Mi--.- ;.:-
ii -
eral Home.
MRS SARAH SCHAEFER
7. of ||2n NE 800th ter., dle.l J,
She came h-re 11 year?* he.
An Surviving an I
im luding Joseph and Irvin*:.
daughcera, Incmdlng Mrs Etta
and 1". grandchildren
vv i .Ian in in Ri4
Chapel, Alton rd
- i -
I-
-
Mi
3VUEL A. KAUFMAN
!: I NE lu4th s"... died Mar "
w in Detroit He i .
he- [J -, ,j from New V.,rk arid
wa a retired flool covering m-riharit
B living da Mgnter Mrs
ward it n and thr-e grand-
<;h; 'ir-r .- rvlcea wen Mi'
d~- d i of Riverside Memorial
i -. In W Nebo Cemetery.
NATHAN DEAKTER
>.'.. of 15" i Pennsylvania ave. died
Ma: H.- came i.-r- : -.
from Hittshurgh and was a retired
merchant. Surviving are his
... Rose: thr~e
Morris; two sisters, Incl idlng Mrs.
Eva Ronenfeld. and six grandchildren
Service! were in Pittsburgh with lo-
cal arrangement! b Riverside Me-
LOUI6 LEVY
' .....f 1001 i'..ll.n.- ,n- Mian F'.-a. h.
died Fi :. _' He im- here three
ago tr..ni BrookU'B, and was a
retired building contractor. Borviv-
iiK ar.- ., -i-'.e:. Mr- J---1- i.arrick.
ni ., brother Servlcea wen in New
York with ..: arrangements by
Riverside Memorial i,a -
SAMUEL S. WEINER
T, of 444 L-nux a\e. dl.-d Jan. 2v
. her- :i' years ago from New
was s retired elevator op-
erator. Surviving Is his wife. M-ir.--
Services were Jan. 80 in Riverside M--
' mortal Chapel. Alton nl
A
:
JEROME&CHULT2
~~ i.f IS l:a. r il die.1 Jai
member :' the Free Bona of Ii
had been a wlntei resident here
^'| years and was a retired |
and stationery sti i arner Burvli
Ing i- hi.- wife, Bessie Servl -- wen
In New Y'urk City with Riverside Me-
morial ("hai>el in charge locall)
MRS.
=2 IT4
Shi i me here
Boi
DORA STONE
dt.. di-I
ago fn
a member of
Mar !>
.Iewi-h
Ho ne for thg Aged Surviving are
rangrhtei Itt* Anna B Hostler
a --.'-ri and a brothel Berv-
i Mar. II Riverside Me-
an. -:ai Ct ipel Normand) l-i-.
MRS PAULINE FRENKEL
it. of :''," Coral Way. died Mar. 7.
- ., m- heri fr ^rgi r,i Ins Bur-
viving are her husband, Lionel
1 Esti and a
I r. jo-e Bocles 8er\*lces
were Mai 5 under direction "i Oor-
d. -ri f jneral Home
WALTER GOLDSTEIN
IS, of in..! NE liard o'. No. Miami
' died Feb. 21. He came her.-
I years .i*.'" from Bi'...kyn. and
.i irant manager Surviving
re his wife, Evelyn; a daughter.
M -- llene two sons, Metvln and
Marvin, a brother. I'an. and .,
Esti Chickansky. Bi rvl were
,ii Riverside Memorial Chapel
Alton rd.
MRS. VIOLET BIDWILL WOLFNER
82, ,.f ISO Rll .,-.... r\ ,|i-d Jan. .-
A winter resident f"-- ''' years, she
was pan owner >.f the Mian : Beach
Kefjne] ''i :l. and had interests iri dog
tra-ks In Jacksonville and Tampa
She wa- treasurer and director of
Sportsman's Park rai- track in Chi-
cago and chairman of th, board
DAVID SAKLAO
fot --' Miami, died Mar 1 in
Ho vw I I He cam.- here 10 '
aie- from New- York and was an In-
>..*' He waa W irld Wt
ll at era n and > member of Menlack
<'i in i Harvard Club Servlcea
Mar 2 in Rivera la Memorial
i .
ROY B. SAUNDERS
77. of is- i: : Palm ave ii ed Mai
*:. He came her.- 'ji years ago from
Beach, N.J., and waa a re-
tired hotel operator. Bnrvlvmg is his
wit.-. Pauline Service* were Mar 8
-I the Newman Ftineral H..me under
in of Oordon Funeral Home.
C!
DR. ELIAS A. BLAUHUT
.'. ea t a va died M it 1. He
hi ils yeari ago 'roni New
V < .n i was a dent Isl He waa .
m> il.-- Amei li an Dents
of v Masons and Knlghta ol i-
/Ing are bl wife Fae
tvr .r-. including Bern rd; and
f'. i. >'. r \ i -a .
it'. ;.id. Memorl ii Ch ipel,
S- if
iM-
BEN ERDE
v.. .f i-i Washington ave., died Mar
i tie came here fiv. years ag.. :
New York, and wa- ., member "f Mi-
ami lleaeh Elks Surviving a-- threi
ineludmi: Mra Barbara
and si\ grandi i:
ere in V- York "it> with
del ii Chapi I In
daughters,
Charlon ..
Bervli -.- \^
( \ ide
locally.
JOSEPH DANZIG
' :;- .-,. isth ave -i -i Mar. l. ;
ra* b.--. !' :.:,- .q from
moi ,1 w-as a watchmak,-r He
a member of Knights of Pythiai
Florida Watchmaker's OuUd Sur-
vi-. ng ire hi- wife. Irene; a son.
Charles daoghter.M ra Charlotte
EitnKa. ---andchlld: Mix bl ithen
n* a Bister. Services veer.- Mat
in Overs I- Memorial Chapel, F>oug-
la- -d.
r.
HYMAN SANDLER
i La Oorce dr died iti Ho
Tex. ll- came here i'. years -
from New York and waa in the real
tstati b slnesa flurvl^ Lng a i e his
wife. Hilda and a son. Ell Service*
were Mar. 4 In New York In River-
aide Memorial Chapel.
MRS. VIRGINIA L. HAWKINS
Is, of si" SW 73rd pi-, died Fb 21
Shi .me her- nin- years ago from
, --: Ind. Surviving are her
I, Robert M her parent-, Mr
and Mrs <>. A. I'ekle a brother, and
her maternal grandmother. S-
were Keli IM in Riverside Memorial
Chapel, iMuglas rd.
MRS. LENA P. HANNOCK
11, of 1249 Dickens ase died Feh -i
- am. "-'. > -ar. ag" f ruin
it hi. -i. NY. Surviving is h.-r daugh-
ter, Mrs Janice Manning. Ser\nes
wers Peb .' ,t Riverside Memorial
' Thapel N '' Fall
thi Bl i- ils i 'ardlnala footbal i lub.
Surviving re her husband. Waltei
three s..n.-. Charles, William and
Jack ., .la .^ht.-r. Mis i'.itii, a Ar-
I toll, arid \*j grandchildren Servlcea
were m Chicago with Riverside Me-
morial rhapel. Alton rd.. in charge
locally.
ABRAHAM A. WHITMAN
'... / 11403 Quail Roost dr. !' I
died Jan 12 h. <.,!-. here 10 years
ago from New Y.-rk Cltj arid waa a
, utter. He waa w rid W
I veteran, and a founding membi
South Miami Helghtl Civil Assi
. -.t are hi. wlf<. B.- I -
- ii-. H.-rberT and Irving: five
children; four sisters and a brol
Servile., were -Ian, 24 in P..
Memoiial Chapel, Douglas rd.
MILFORO C. STEINHARDT
63, of IM0 s. Alhambra clr., I'oral
I Gables, died -Ian 2!-. He came here
six years ag.. frum Far Rockawa>.
N Y and was president of the Allied
I Hotel Supply I'urp. Surviving are hi*
wife. Eva: a son. I Jay. and a grand-
MRS. AUGUSTA SANDLER
67. of 124" Btlllwater dr. died Jan,
.'.'. .-"he came here 1" years a.
Rochestei NY Burvivtag an
husband. Sam. and a son. l'a ;'
vices Were Jan. 23 in Rll
mortal Chapel, Normandy l-i.
her
Me-
son
sid-
M
I \ -. wen Jan 3" In
m rial < 'hapel, l lougls
MRS. ETHEL GOLDMAN
k".. of is>;i Michigan ave died
81. She came here 1-' yekra ag.
New Y",,ik. Sur\'U ing are her
River- band. Joseph;
!
Ij i. < Ibolei i n.i
JACOB KAPLAN
- of {JO 23rd at died Peb
cam.- here 20 years ago fr.
York Clt) Bui ivinc it hL-
t.-r. Mi-. Lillian Qrubm iii
20 H-
Ni .-
laugh-
i \ i
in
PHILIP SOHMERS
173. of |40 SW r.tb St., dlde Mar 1
He came here 1:: years ago from
Brooklyn and was a retired clothing
sal.sman. He w-as a World War I
.--ran Services were In Br(>klyn
th local arrangements by Oordon
1- ui.-ral Home
Were K-I. 22- III
Chapel, Alton rd.
Hlvei side Memoi ial
OSCAR FINEROFF
#0, -.f MCI SW 20th St., die>l Peb H
He cams her,- l'i yearn ago from At-
*n a. Os and was a chemical aupplj
Wel-man He was a World War II
eel -an Surviving are a son. Mar-
1 i daughter Mania; three bro- .Leonard.
th- and
in \tlai.ti
n har
five sisters Services were
with i;orrlon Funeral Home
MORRIS SCHEINBERG
70, of 1128 NE 116th st died Mar. 1.
He came her- 2*. years ago from New
York and was co-owner of Budget
Hardware, and former member of the
North -Miami Planning Hoard. Sur-
viving are his wife. Rose, and a son.
Services were Mar. 4 In
BENJAMIN H. MATES
R, of 777 S\v 2i.-t rd., died Peb :i
He came her.- 21 year- ago from Pitts-
burgh, and was a member id th-
Elks Surviving are hi- wife, Dora; i
daiight-r. Mrs Itvna Katin, a son,
three Ki-andchilikfen. two sisters ami
three brothers Services were Peb
26 in Riverside Memorial Chapel,
I'l.ugla- rd.
BARNET LEVITT
54, of MsO SW 2"th st .lied Feb. 3
Hi cam* her- l" >ears ago from
Rock^ill- i'enter. N.T., and was ci -
a ii-r a Pomerants and Levitt,
tifie.l public accountant firm. H- Wal
-f th- N.-w V..: k Hal Assn .
Beth David Congregation, Mai
' ni, r. Zionist Orgaiilaation, I-'
tltuti of i 'PA's and I >:uli ('ountj
Assn ..f CPA's Burvavlng ar- his
Evel) I. B-; .. son, Mark Bl ial I
a brother and .< sistei Servlcea wen
Peb m Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Douglas id
I Were .1.11;
ial ( bap. I. Alton id
daughter, Mn
grandchild.
Jan.
fr- at
I .--
R --
Sei
Rivel -id. M.-ni. r-
MRS. HILDA S
of 1500 Ba> rd i1
. ame here (2 i ;.: -
;.. nd a ..-
sab Surviving
OORDON
ed Jan -- -' '
rs afto fron Cln-
I'lemi.-i of H
. a brothi
Keils-in. Services -w r.- in Clncil
with local arrangements bj Rivi
Mi m-i ial Chapel
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Norman-
dy Isle.
MRS EDITH KLIGERMAN
' 7V .f r,41 13th St., died Feh. 27 She
ce r he-- 12 v.-ars ago from Atlan-
-Tenple Kmanu-Kl and a life member
of Henrietta Saold group .f Ha da --
aal Surviving are nix wns and two
da ghter- Services Were F-h. 2- in
N* naarr Funeral Home.
JACOB OBEROORFER
1(3. of 84,< Flamingo di died Peb. 26.
tjie can;- h-re 24 years ago from St.
I-. is. Mo., and was the retired Baro-
repreaentatrve for Ma>-
S' -. B| i.oui. Surviving
i, sMn i Bervieas wore Fen 2*i in
RI >i Memoiial Chapel, Alton rd
MRS. REBECCA S. 8ALTZ
60. of 1100 Collins ave.. died Mar 2
She came here five years ago from
I'hicago and was a member of Pio-
neer Women of Israel Surviving are
her husband. Henjamin: four brothers
and i sister. Services were Mar 4
In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton
rd.
MORRIS ZIFFERBLATT
63. of i2i" Btlllwater dr., died Ma* I
Hi came hare it years ami from Phil-
adelphia, and was a retired neon sign
manufacturer Burvlvlng are his wife,
lupt. Itehecca; two daughters. Including
hi- Mrs. Marcla Stuart, and a son. Serv-
arere Mar. 4 in Riverside Me-
morial Chapel, Normand) Isle.
MRS. NELLIE MILLIKEN
S3, of 2814 ('..inns ave., died Feb. 24
She 0Mne here five years ago from
New York Burvlvlng is
Mi- la Mae schaeffler
Were F.b 27 in Riverside
Chapel. Alton rd.
ANCIL ROVMAN
75, of 1422 NW 46th at., died Feb 2
H.- cam.- here 14
Akron. o and was
dealer Surviving are hi- wife. Qus-
-i- i son, Al. a daught.-r. Mrs Bes-
sie CtimmlngS, and f'.ur grandchil-
dren Servlcea were Feb. 4 in Gor-
don Funeral Home.
BENJAMIN JACOWITZ
74. ,,f 200 Ocean dr.. died -Ian H
i am. hen '. ^ .-ar- ago fson Ellen-
vilie. n \* Surviving -ii- h wife,
Sarah; two daughters, Mr- Gusi
Landsman ami Mr-. Pannle Elseii-
b.rg: four sons. 10 grand, lill.1t-.-ri and
. from '""' gn-at-grand. hild Servlcea ".
i retired produce under diiectlun of Gordon Funeral
Home
a gister,
Servii-es
Memorial
DAVID VOGEL
73, of 1210 Marseille dr.. Miami Beach, .
died Feb. It. He came here eight l*1', 'P*
years ago from New York. Surviving
are his wife, Rosaline, and a son,
Albert Services were Feb 26 In Riv-
erside Memorial Chapel. Normandy
Isle.
SOLOMON VOGEL
74. of 2520 w. Broadview dr., Bay
Harbor Island, died Feb. 2. He came
here 22 years ago from Baltimore.
Mil, and was a retired jobber of tex-
tiles. He was a member of Tempi*
Beth Sholom and the Masonic Lodge
. Is his wife, Ruth. Services
were In Baltimore with Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isl- In
charge.
eOHN BERGER
HO. of 1711 NW r.lst st dad I
He had lived here fur 17 war- ,i.l
was a retired watch-maker BerVISea
were Jan. 19 In Oordon Funeral ll
MRS. IARAH MALMUTH
67. Of Mil 4th st died Jan. If. S*!*
came here 27 years ago from I
beth, N.J. Surviving are her husband,
William: three sons, including Mail"
rice; a daughter: 10 grandchildren,
and 13 great-grandchildren Services
were Jan 21 In Riverside Memorial
i 'Impel. Alton rd
DAVID AXELROD
71. of ".710 SW 13th at., died Feb 21
He came her.- 1" years ago from New
York and waa a retired school teach-
l ere
er. Servl
Conn with local arrangements
liordon Funeral Home.
WILLIAM BERG
70. of 1500 Bay rd died Feb 1. He
came here 24 years ago from N.-w
York City. Surviving are his wife,
Helen; two daughters: a son. a sis-
ter. Shirley: five brothers. Including
In Oreenwlch, Dscar, Michael and Aaron, and aeven
to
LEO SKOLNICK
M of en H Traaure dr No Baj
VI ige, lied l-eb 24 He cams here
fl ..in New Vi.rk I 'ill and
i retail gi... : Burvlvlng are
b wife, Fannii n Berna rd a
' *' Mr- Kleanor Am-, three
M Bather Beftel
U reeb rothers Bert k wi re
V* U ii Riverside Memoiial Chapel,
A -ii rd
M0RRI8 GALAT
76, ..f 105 NB iOSrd -t died Mai i
ii. came here nine yeara ago from
New York and was a retired linotype
operator Surviving are his wife,
Bonla tw*.. sons and duaughtei
Bervlcet were Mar I in Rlveral
mortal Chapel, Normand) lale.
grandchildren. Servlc.
in Riverside Memorial
[rd.
were Feb. 4
Chapel, Alton
HARRY SEIDMAN
4. of 1810 SW SJth av. died Ian IS.
He came here 1 years ago from Ne"
Turk, and belonged t.. the H
Seeds American Legion Post "" "
vlving are his son. William a
ther. Sidney, and two grandchildren.
Services were Jan. II In 11 l;
Memorial Chapel.
MRS. ETTIE BACHER
45. of 2101 Calais dr.. Miami Beach,
died Feh. 24. She came here eight
years ago from Toronto. Can. Sur-
viving are her husband. Sollie; a
daughter. Mrs. Sandra Hodu.-. h.-r
mother, a sister and a grandchild.
Scrvic.-s were Feb 2S in Riverside
Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle.
GEORGE GREENBAUM
>'. 411 San Sovlno av- i'oral
Gi li Ils l Peb 28, He i ime here
elgil yeara ..>:., from New fork and
* retired clothier. Surviving an
on. i>r Banford Green, and
da ghter, Mrs Irving Hauptman
- -Ices wer.- Mar. I In ji- tl Miime.
WILLIAM RABINOWITZ
I- of l((50 NE ttrd ave., No Miami
B sch io-1 Peb, 27 He ame here
slN from New v .rk and
wi i retired wholesale gro sur-
viving -- his wife. Oert-'.d,-; Sr,n.
PHILIP S. MOGUL .
(4, of 1140 Creepl blvd died Mar i
He cam.- here 10 years ago from Bos-
ton and waa r.-t red real estate
brokei ii. waa .. mmber of Ner Tu-
mid Congregation Brotherhood, and
was ..n the board of directors of the
lllacayne Beach Improvement Assn
Surviving ar.- his wife. Gertrude, ami
sistei Service* were In Boston with
local arrangements bj jUveralde Me-
morial Chapel.
IRVING WOLOSON
St, of .', Century Lane. Miami Beach,
died Feb He came here i". years
ago from Patchogue, N.Y.. and was
a dress manufacturer, Burvlvlng are
' -. fe, Rosa); two aona, Philip and
Bdward; daughter, Bata Ann; a
broth.-r. sister and grandchild Berv-
i.-.s were Peb. 11 in Riverside Me-
morial lhapel, Alton rd.
LOUIS A. ROSS
il. of 7sim Tatiim Watarway, Miami
Beach, died Jan. M. He came here
five years ago from Newark. N I
and was a retired Jeweler He was
a World War 1 veteran and a mem-
ber of the Jewish War Veteran- Sur-
viving ar.- ids wife, .lulls; a daugh-
ter. Mrs Miriam S. h.-nkman;
Robert, and four grandchlldi.il.
a.-- w,re Jan. ll" in Riversld
mortal Chanel, Normandy lale,
son
Berv -
Me-
MRS. ANNE JAMISON
6, of 2421 Lake Pa* oast dr., died
Mar She cam.- b.i.- IJ years nun
from Richmond, Va. Sh. was a life
member Of Temple Emanu-EI Sister-
hood, belonged to Council of Jewish
JULIUS BOEHM
85, of 88 Jefferson aye., died Feb. 7.
II.- cam,- here 12 years ago from Pas-
saic. N.J., and waa a retired ohemlal
Surviving are hi- wife, Bidonla, and
laughter, Mrs. Sarena S. Baraily
Services were F.b. 9 In Riverni.le Me-
morial Chapel, Alton id
!:' "u'l, tfal daughters, icluding Women, Eastern Star, Hadassah gnd
ABRAHAM KAY
nl. ef 7."i" Euclid ave., died Feb, 7. He
came here II years ago from Hoboken.
N.J., and was a retired owner of a
men's clothing store Surviving are
his wife, Sophia, and a sister, Mrs.
MRS. ROSALIE SAPERSTEIN
42 of i2* Bairwaj di died Jan. 2>
She was a medical technologist, past
president ..f the American Cardiology
Technicians Assn and .. member "f
Tempi.- Menornh. Surviving are her
husband. Judge Albert H. Bapessteln
01 Miami Beach Municipal Court a
son, Bdward; daughter, Buaan; four
l.ioth.i- and three sisters, including
Mi- I..in Oogen. Services Wei. Jan
z in Riverside Memorial Chapel
normandy i.-i-
MRS. BESSIE KAHN
75, Of 1423 l.elloX ave.. died -l-i'
She came here 24 years age from
cago. Surviving are two daught
Including Mis. Florence Laaik.
grandchildren and one great-gl I
| child Bar vices were Jan. 2
direction of Riverside Memorial LIsV
! pel, Alton rd
HAROLD SCHWARTZ
47, of iiHiv Garland ave Burfsi
dad Jan IS lie .am.- her- I'
ago from Wilkes-Barre, Pa ""I o
ed his own public relations firm
vlving Bre his wife. Theresa; a
Richard; and a ilaugbti. Mi su
Ben i. ea wei Joji if '{,v
Memorial Chapel. Alton rd.
ISIDOR COHEN
.3. of 1.39 11th at., died Jan. 28. He
'?',','" WS -vearK *" fron> rarest
"ills, N ^ and was a retired pro-
duce dealer. Surviving are his wife
l'.thel; tw,, sons: a daughter: two bro-
thers six grandchildren, and a slater.
Mis* Gussie Wallach. Services ware
-
1...
nun"
m.l-

a
\ ii-
s

l.-.ltl-
rslda
.,9. of
came
York.
ELIJACOBSON
734 10th st.. dle.l Jan
here ii yeara ago [rot
Surviving are his Wife,
a .laughter. Miss Uremia
and a sister. Servlci were
In Rivers,,!. Mem,. Ial Chapel. AH"
rd.
He
N. w-
Bett>;
brother
Jan
HERMAN SILVERSTEIN
So. of 234.". NE 2nd st Mf",V)_y.
He came here 16 years ago fro !>>
ton. <)., and wa, a retired retail fUr^
nlturo merchant. Surviving are
Continved on Pab 7-C .
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Friday, March 16, 1962
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LEGAL NOTICE
fife,
v
Addle, and
Vivian Knts.
,,t Riverside
[inuglaa rd
, in. tery.
with
a step-daughter,
Servlcea were Jan.
Memorial Chapel,
burial in Mt. Nebo
MOSES D. WEINSTEIN
-.; of S23 Andres aw., Coral Gables,
,!,."il Jan. 16. H came here ir. years
[go from Mew York City. Surviving-1 tni
are hi* wife, Rose: a daughter. '> -
Iher and four sisters. Services, were
,n Sew York with local arrangements
|,y Gordon Funeral Home.
HENRY TANENBAUM
71 of 2200 SW :trd ave., died Jan. i".
il,'. came here 23 years ago trom At-
lantic l'ity and was a retired mer-
chant. Surviving are two sons, Joe
Tan. nhaum, racing publicity man and
l.roadcaater, and William; two sis-
(tra and four grandchildren. Service*
were under direction of Gordon Mi-
neral Home. ___________
RUDOLPH W. WILSON
.: of 120 SW .'.2nd ct died Jan. 11.
H- eanie here 20 years ago from Bra-
ilenton and wag a funeral director lor
riverside Memorial Chapels. He was
.. member of the Ocean Hay Masonic
Lodge, the Florida Funeral Directors
\ssn., and associate patron of the
Order of the Eastern Btar. Surviving
, liis wife, Martha; a daughter. Mrs.
Bonnie Davis: four brothers, Including
litorge; a sister and a grandchild.
Services were Jan. 13 In Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Alton rd.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55421-A
IN RE: Estate of
HARRY .1. LUFT,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands wiiieh you may have against
estate of HARRY .1. 1,11 T .le-
ased late Of 1'ad.- County, Florida.
ihe County Judges of Dade County,
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTfCE
t
and file the same in duplicate and
provided in Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their oftlces in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Hade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 7th
day of March. A.I). 1962.
ANNA LUFT
As Administratrix
ARONOVITZ, SILVER & SOHER
Attorneys for Ailmimslraliix
607 Alnsley Building
3/8-16<23-30
10.
ISIDORE KAUFMAN
79 of 124,". Euclid ave., died .Inn
I, came her,- is years ago from
II.....klvn and was a retired tailor.
Surviving ar.- ids wife, Sadie; four
sons, two daughters, il grandchildren
n,i seven great-grandchildren. Serv-
, were undei the direction of Wv-
|de Memorial Chapel, Alton rd.
11
MRS. SARAH KROUT
,,. ,.f l"...;i SW 20th St., dli d Jan 10,
Sin came here 12 years ago from New
Voik City. Surviving arc her hus-
,i,,l Hen; two sons, Including Jack;
dii Lighters, two brothel -. sls-
-., and nlm grandchildren, Services
, in New York with local ar-
ments by Cordon Funeral Homi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55402-C
IN RE: Estati of
YKTTA KAMINSKY.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims .r Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notifed and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of YKTTA KAMINSKY de-
ceased late of Hade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Pad,- County,
ami file the same in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Hade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from Hi. date of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be bail. ,1.
NATHAN KAMINSKY
Bxi. utor
11 ROBERT KOLT.NOW, Attorney
".: w. ~i 1 lagler Street
Miami. Florida
1/9.11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55195-C
IN RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM ENTIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims ,.i Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you ar. herebs
notifUd and required to present any
claims and demands which, you. or
either of you, may have against the
ceased late of Queens County, New-
York, to the Honorable County
Judges of Hade County, and file the
same in their offices In the Countj
Courthouse in Hade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address Of 0l claimant and
to b, sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Si e Section 733.16 of the its Pro-
bate Act.
Hated February 26, A.D. 1962.
DANIEL ENTIN
As Ancillary Executor of the Last
Will and Testament of ABRAHAM
ENTIN, Deceased.
KoV'XER 4.- MANNHEIMER
121 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Ancillaiy Executor
3/2-8-16-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 53941-C
IN RE: Estate of
ETHEL l.l'TY
I 1. cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. aii Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or I'einan.ls Against Said Dade County. Florida.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin ahdi rslgni d. di Birlnj to engage
in busini -s under the 1 namt
,-f SALUM D" ARTISTE ..' 9480 Hard-
ing Avi -. 11. surfs-id, Beach
::. 1,. t<- register said name with
tile Clerk of the Clr< lit of
-
\ k
John
MRS. MARY CYIRASZI
Wi si ave died Jan 8. She
h,,-,. -, years ago from New
City Surviving are her hus-
Joseph, and a daughter, Mis
Hen ,. Sei v Ices were
t'.iv, .side M.-morial Chapel, Alton
rd.
HARRY PUTTER
,,f 300 Washington ave..
11, came lore in years
lad. Iphla and M -i
ker Surviving are
1 idlng Mil. h.-ll Potter;
. 1
died Jan.
BgO from
retired textile
two sons. In-
S .laughter.
I sndchlldren and five great-
grandchildren. Services were Jan.
10 in Riverside Memorial Chapel. Nor-
mandy Isle.
MRS. JULIA B. VAN AKIN
36, of 76 SW 10th St.. died Jan. .'.
She came here 2:1 years ago from De-
troit. Mich. Surviving are her 11 us-
hand, William B., and a daughter
Eleanor. Services were .fan. 11 in
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Douglas
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Douglas id.
JACK 6TEIN
r.R. of 5330 SW 4th St.. died Jan. 8. He
.ami- h.re 17 years ago from t.ary.
ln,l and was a hotel and restaurant
supply salesman. Surviving are Ms
son. Stanton J.; a brother Milton:
three sisters. Mrs. Dorothy Gale, Mrs-
Ruth Gurwlt and Mrs. Fay Manvtlle,
and a grandchild. Services were Jan.
11 in Cordon F-uncral Home.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 50701 George T. Clark
IN RE: Estate of
HENRY I'I'.WKY JACOBY.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T., All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
1 .nils or Demands Against Bald
Yo i are hereby notifed and re-
iri-cl 1 resenl any claim- and ae-
nds which you may have against
Ihe 1 state of HENRY DEW l-A J V-
, ,BY, d< He of Dade County.
county Judges of Dadi
County, and fill the same In dupll-
, te and as provided In Sectli
Ida Statuh -. In their offices In
the Conn 1 house In 1 >ade oun-
n, Florida, within six calendar months
rr, thi time of the first publication
hereof, or the -one will be barren.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2sth
day of February, A.l>. 1362.
PHEBE 1.. JACOB!
Vdmlnistrntrlx
RERNS I'KIN & MILLER
By: Milton Miller
Attorney r Admlnlstratrlg
4414 Congress Building ./9.M.,8.80
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55377-B
IN RE: Estate of
IDA FELDMAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit is ud ah Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are herel notified and re-
Ired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
11.....Hate of IDA FELDMAN, de-
ceased late of Hade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Had.- Coun-
1% and file the same In duplicate and
.-,- provided In Section 733.16, Florida
statutes, in their offices In ihe Coun-
:v Courthouse In Had.- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
thi time of the fli -' publication here-
of or the same will be barred.
,1 Miami, Florida, this 37th
daj of February, ah I
JACOB FELDMAN
\ Executor
M< iRRIS C( illKN
At torn. > foi Feldman
1 r Almei la Ave., oral Gables, Fi.i.
1-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2288
CONSTANCE LA VERNE SHIVERS,
I- alntlff,
vs.
CHARLIE SHIVERS
1 1, f,ml.nit
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CHARLIE SHIVERS
You CHARLIE SHIVERS, are here-
by notified thai a BUI of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed aga si
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaint-
iffs Attorney, 1 All. KWITNEY, 420
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida,
JH 1-5656, and file the original An-
swer or Pleading In the office of the
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 9th 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.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of March A.D.
1962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
fseal) By: K. M. I.YMA.N,
Deputy Clerk
3/3-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55343- A
IN RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN SIBGLER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You an- hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of BENJAMIN BIEULER
deceased late Of Hade County, Flor-
ida, 1,1 the County Judges Of Hade
County, anil file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse In
I lade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the date of the
tiisi publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
CHARLES BIEOLER, Executor
II. ROBERT KOLTNOW, Attorney
328 w.-t Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
B 16-28-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1966
I UANNE E, FROST,
Plaintiff,
THOMAS EX FROST,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl 1 TIH l.MAS I-:. FROST
501 Locust St.
I.ockpori, NY.
Y..11. THOMAS K FROST, are here-
bj notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and yon ar.- required to serve
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaint-
iff's attorney, chat-leu M. Kelly. 1525
B, 4th Ave., Hialeah, Florida and file
the original Ansuur or I'leading- in
the office of the Cbrk of the Circuit
Court on "r before the 2nd day of
April. 18418, If you fail to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the mil of Complaint.
Tills notice shall be published one.
cadi week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DI \N.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Forida. this 2:ird day of February,
A.D. 1862.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Com t. Dade County, Florida
iseal) By: M CAVALARlS,
I i.-puly 1 M.-ik
CHARLES M KELLY
1526 B. 4th Avenue
iii.ii.ah, Florida
Attorney for i'lalntiff
1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 2037
WILLIAM J SHERGALIS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GERTRUDE BHBROALIS,
Hcfcndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO:< I.-rirude Shergalls*
218 B. Chestnut St.. Apt. 1203
Chicago, Illinois
You Gertrude Bhergalls, are here- ,
by notified that a Bill Of Complaint
for Divorce' has been filed -
you. and you are required to servi -.
copj of your Answei 01 Pli adh
ill. Bill of Complaint on the Plall I
Iff's attorney, Owen S Freed, Esq.,
Room 206, -.,', Cnlversltj Drive, Coral
1 iabli s. 1 lorida, and file thi
Answ, r 01 i-i, tdlng In the offli '
the Clei k of the 1' n ull Coui t on ni
before il\, 2nd dav of April. 1962. II
you fall to do so. judgment by default
will be t.ik, .1 agalnsl you for the re-
lief demanded In lh< I -111 ..1 Com-
plaint
This notlci shall be published once
,-ach we. k for foui consecutive weeks
,n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE VND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 26th day ,.f February,
A D. 1862
-: B i.kathkkman. Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) Bs I. s. DePlETRO
1 ll put) I 'lei k
OWEN B. FREED, ESQ.
256 Unlverslt) Drive
Coral Cables. Florida
Attornty for Plaintiff
: 2-9-16-23
Bstal
You are hereby notified and re-
quired I" present any claims and de-
mands which you ma\ hav.- agalnsl
Hi, estati of ETHEL l.l'TY deceased
late of DADE County, Florida, to
the County .llldt;.s of Had,- County,
and file the same in their offices
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the" dale of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
lie barred.
JOHN l.l'TY". Executor of the
Estate of BTHEL LUTY,
I leceaw d.
ALFRED KR.EISI.HR
Attorney for Executor
.Mm Alnsley Bidg.
Miami 32, Florida
2'23. 3/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2121
OARTERET SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 2120
J. 1. KISLAK. MORTGAGE
CORPORATION OF FLORIDA.
Plaintiff.
GKORGE'w. SCHCRERT and MARY
D. SCHUBERT, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: George W. Schubert and
Mary D. Schubert, his wife
7639 Hamilton Avenue
Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified that the
above captloned action has been in-
stituted against you in the Circuit
Court of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida m and for Hade County to fore-
close a mortgage upon the following
des, 1 il,. d real pi,,|i. rty:
Lot :: Bio. k 76 NoKWoon FIFTH
ADDITION SECTION TWO, ac-
cording to th. Plat th.i.of. record-
ed In Flat Book <: at I'age 109 Of
the Public Records of Had. County,
Florida.
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
' lerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's clerk
I attorney, martin FINE, nth Floor
Dade Federal Building, Miami :i2.
Florida not later than April 2, 1888 or
,i., Pro I'oiii.ss., will be enter-
ed aga ii-i iu.
I mi. I: F. bruar> 27. I!
E. B I. : VTHER.M \N
Clerk of the Clrcull Court
(seal) i<- M i.YMAN,
i leputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
nth Floor 1 li Federal r.uiUing
Miami 32 Florida
: :-
RONALD E. iSARHNF.R and AVIS J.
GARDNER, his wife, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Robert H. Wlnn. as Trustee In
Bankruptcy for Mason Mortgage
,v Investment Corp.
!021Tower Building
1406 K. Sireet. N.W.
Washington, I'.c.
You are hereby notified that the
above captl.....d a. lion has been in-
stituted against you In the circuit
court of thi Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida In and foi Hade County to fore-
.,-., ;, mortgage upon the following
described ri al prop, rty:
Lot '.. 1:;,., k 1 CORRECTED PLAT
OF BLOCK 13, CAROL ciTV. ac-
cording to the pi.,1 III. 'of. Ol d"
, ,1 111 I'iai l{.....% 61 -il Pagi 98 ol
th. 1 'ublli l:. ords : I >ad< 1 'ount).
1 01 Ida, log, il,- 1 iih llotpoint re-
: KA-lu."
\. 1 ri required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of th< aforesaid Court, and
-. v a op> III. i. "I ii|
atti ; ii- v. MARTIN FINE, 1 Itli Fl.....'
li.ob- Federal Building, Miami 32,
Florida not later than April 2, 1862 or
.1 Decrei Pro Confesso will be enter-
ed against you.
1 lated Pebruarj 27. 1862.
E. B. I.KATHKKMAN
clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By; K. M I.YMAN,
Deputy CU rk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
Nth Floor Dade Federal Building
Miami 32, Florida
:: 2-8-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1468
THE WILI.IA.MSBL'RUH
S A VINOS BANK,
Plaintiff,
JOSEPH OF LINCOLN Ri AD, INC.
A Flu. Cot 1 .
- 6-28-64
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FCR CADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 18S8
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION, a corporation
organised under and existini I
virtue of th, laws of the United
st.1 tes of America,
Plaintiff.
vs.
ROBERT H. WINN. as Ti In
i Bankrupt, y. to., et al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Robert H. Wlnn, at Trustee in
Bankruptcy for Southern Mortgage
Co., inc.. a Florida corporation,
111^1 Tower Building, 1105 K street,
Washington. D.C.
Robert M. Powers. Si and Chris-
tine powers, his wife, if alive or if
(i,ad. their unknown heirs, dev-
ise, s, legatees, grantees assignees,
li.n, rs. creditors, trustees and all
parties having or claiming to have
any ritlit, title or Interest in the
property herein described Resi-
lience I'nknown
Robert L. Vollni.r and < ctavla S.
Voilinei. his wife
2306 Vlers Mill Road.
Rockvllle, Maryland
You a're hereby notified
,.b, ve .aptloned action hi
that
1.. 11
the
in-
stituted against you In the circuit
Court "t th.- judicial Circuit ida In and for 1 lade Ci to for< -
clos, a mortgag-e upon thi f< Mowing
des,-: :i., ,; 1 eal property :
Loi Block 1 HOMES1 EAD LAKE
PARK HOMES, ncci dint to thi
plat ill. 1. of. recorded in t lal I'.-m -
62 .it I ,-. 5 of th, 1 ul Ri coi ds
1 1 1 lad. 'o int) Flo
Vi ..-. required ti fil* yi ir an-
swi : to plaintiff's compli 1 with the
ci.-rk 1 f the afon nalil
sen s 01 > 1 hei eof aim Iff's
atti 1 n. v. Henry 11 gton, i"::l
N W, Third Ai. in,.-. Mi. FI01 -
Ida, lati 1 than Mi 1962,
01 .1 Decrei Pro Confessi bi en-
plain! iff s tei.,! against you.
1 ted Fi bruarj 21
E. I'.. LEATHER IAN
Cli rk of th.- Cli i-
i--. 1 By: K. M LY.MAN
I lepul v Clei "
HENRY II. ARR1NGTON
Al tornej for Plaintiff
1034 N W Third Avenue
Miami ,;. 1- lorida
. 2-8-H
EDWARD RAYMOND HARRIS and
l-HCENIA S1SSAKJN HARRIS, his
H if., et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tt>: C.erald Lee Kllday and Nina Jo
Kllday, his wife
c <> Mr. John W. Thompson
Route #1. Ashford, Alabama
Y'uu are hereby notified that the
above captloned action has been in-
stituted against you In the Circuit
Court of the Judicial circuit of Flor-
ida In and for Had,- County to 'ore-|fau|(
,1,1s, a mortgage upon the following 1 ,n(.
described real propert>
Lot 20, Block 12. PINE TREE
MANOR SECTION THREE accord-
ing to the 1 'in 1 thereof, recorded In
Plat Rook >;.". at Pan.- !'? of the Pub-
lic Records of 1 .ad.- County, Florida,
together with Frigidalre Refriger-
ator FI-122-08 and Frigidalre Wash-
er WCI-38.
You ar. required to file your -in-
to plaintiffs complaint with the
of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copj thereof upon plaintiff's
attornej MARTIN FINE, 111I1 FI001
1 iade 1 1 deral Building, Miami 2.2,
ii Apr.I 2, 1862,
11 .: 11...... Pro nfessi will be en-
- 1. ,i against you.
-. t i Febi uarj 26
1: r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Hade Countv. Florida
iseal) By: K. M I.YMAN.
1 leputy clei k
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Pis
th i-'i..... Dade Fi d< ral Building
Miami 32, FI01 .-i .
! 8-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1725
JOSE BENITO c.Al.Ki: \
Plaintiff.
ARSENIA F1DELINA GA1 I >.\
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ARSENIA FIDELINA : -M.ERA
Santa ICtnilia #28
Bauta, Habana, Cuba
You are hereby notiflnl that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. anil you are re-
qulred to serve a copj .1 your An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
Manuel Zalac, 14( Congress Build-
ing, Miami. Florida, and filt the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the Cork of the Circuit Court ,-n
hi before the 26th day of March, 1962.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
wiil be taken against you for
i-llef demanded in II. Bill of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tllvEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under thi fictitious name .-i
A-A-A PRINTERS ai 32 N W 20th
Street, Miaou. Had.- County. Florida
intends to register said name with
the ci.-rk of the circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida,
ADOLPHE .1 Ri'SMA.N
Sole Owner
ROBERT 1 8PIBOELMAN
608 Bis. ayne Building
19 W. st Hauler Street
Miami 32, FI01 Ida
Attorney for Appii. ant
16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (11VEN thai
th. undersigned, desiring to engt
business under the fictitious name ol
CITY 1 Nil "KM .v SHOP TOWEL
RENTAL SERVICE at numb.- :
B.W .ili Street In the city of Miami
Florida intends to register thi
name with the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court of Dadi County, Florida.
Dat< d ,,: Miami FI01 Ida, this 13th
.lav of February, 1962.
NEW FRENCH BENZOl
CLEANERS .v LAUNDRY INC.
ARONOV1 Att. rneys for Ai plii
607 Alnsley Bulli
Mian:: 32. 1-
2/21, 3/2-8-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage In
I business under the fictitious name of
THE SUMMIT at o'H' Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach. Florida Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk Of the
I Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
OlLBERT SENS
ALAN C, SENS
IRVYIN BAR ER
ARONOVITZ. SILVER A 8CHER
Attorn.-ys for The Summit
60, Alnsley Building
Miami. Flot Ida
. 23, '' 2-V-lfi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
1 hi undei sign* d, di sli li t t.....gagi
in business undi 1 thi llO .- nain,
, f MR. Km >D .11 10823 Bis. .n ni
ird, Miami. Flot '.1 mil i|,l-
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DANIEL SEPLER
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Richard M, SepU r, ol .,-.
1 'omplaint.
This notice srall be published once
each week for four consei vi weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
HONK AND ORDERE1 : Miami,
. this liith day ,: February,
A.D. 1862.
E l: LEATHERM \N
ill court. 1 lade Ci :. orlda
iseal) By: M CA\ ....
Deput) Clerk
MANl'EL ZA1AC
1108 Congress Bldg.
Miami, i lorida
At torn*,. for Plaint If I
. .: 3 2-8-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
1\ ND FOR DADE CCJNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PRCEATE
No. 54919-C
IN RE Estate of
AI.FR1 : DIXl IN
D. eased.
NOTICE TO CREC'TORS
\ redltors Itnd All I 1 1 Hav-
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1 Estati
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as p.-. v Id) .1 in Section 73i II Florida
Statutes, In their offices In thi Coun-
tj c --ii thi use In 1 lade 1 "ountj. l- lot
Ida, within six calendai months from
the fiist p. 1 n here-
of .1 ;ii. same will bt barn d.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2th
mry. A.D
s MARGIE D1X< -N
As Admli.isirai' ix
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\ ni for Administratrix
sn inc..:,am Bi.ig
2/23, I !
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
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Friday. March IS. 1962 Unit* FhrH, nr Page 15-A Turn Down i Israel Common |J Market Try BRUSSELS — (JTAi — Israel's urgent bid for a link with the burgeoninj European Common Markkas si( •.racked this week by the complexities of completing the task ol rinsing Britain into the six nati< trading group. The European Economic Comtj • governoring body, the mcil .Ministers decided not ike up Israel's bid at its cur%  31 The .clay was voted spite repeated pledges which Is. %  11 officials received from states-. i HI the six countries that IsI iel's plea would get consideration %  the i. rent session. The reason given for the decision was the complexities of the task of bringing Britain into the EEC. It was understood the Council would not act on Israel's bid until the British matter is disposed of. The next session of the Council is scheduled for April and it was hoped that Israel's request would receive consideration then. Levi I shkol, I >rael's Finance came to Brussels espetally for the meeting Among the ifficiaU with whom he discussed rael's need for a link with the • EC •: Prof. Walter Hallstein, resident of the EEC executive i.mmittee, and Eugene Schaus, ,uxemb Foreign Minister. Report! from Cairo reaching Vashington this week spoke of the 'maximum determination" of the irab countries to prevent Israel •urn achieving its Common .MarkIt objective—some sort of customs (act to protect its substantial ex>rt market in those countries. The lairo reports indicated that Arab Imbassadors to the EEC countries ilivered notes to the Governments those countries which contained ireats t( boycott any country supirting 1 -rael's bid. Day Camp Plans Reunion Registration for Flagler Granada summer day camp will begin on Saturday. Mar. 25, at 4 p.m.. with a reunion at camp headquarters. 5i) N'W 51st pi. The camp will open on June 25 and will be conducted for a sevenweek period. Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Activities Include swimming instruction. athletics, crafts and dramatics, plus trips, evening camp tires, and cookouts. Campers bring lunch and the camp provides drinks, ice cream or popsicles each day. Staff is headed by ETwTn B. Marshall, principal of Carol City Elementarv School. Mayor Robert King High (lefO proclaims Mar. II to 18 DeMolay Week in Miami. Center is Abe S. Goldman member cf the board of directors of Miami Scottish Rite bodies. Looking on is Joseph G. Roberts, executive o:::;e: supreme council of DeMolay :or Florida Emanu-EI Will Mark Purim 'harmacists Set "V Program Here Southeast Florida Pharmaceutiil Assn announces a special tele%  ion program will be presented lesday 8:19 a.m.. on ch. 10 in Observance of National Poison Prelent ion Week I.ma! committee includes Ben Temple E i-c is • : • • sund %  Stu nl :ongr gation 5 Hebi school r ui Fri< Sunday morning. costume para U services Simultaneously, high school students attending the youth breakfast service w i I I entertain themselves with a Purim program. On Monday morning, boys and girls enrolled in 'he Nursery school will go in costume to the North Branch building for a party. Monday evening will be ushered in with the traditional reading of the Megillah in the Temple at 7 p.m. Parents will bring their children, who will be honored at a Kiddush reception in the patio adjacent to he sanctuary after the service. The PTA will sponsor the even*. All Foundation School students I Mr nd Mrs Mr and Mrs co-hosts T ns, will • %  linn r in Sirk i >nil % They .. tear Dr Irving Lehrman, an.I musical ent xtainment will be provided by Cantor Hirsh Adler. Florence Goldrtng loseph Greenberg. i.nd members of the Temple Player; Hie Feast o: Purim will conclude with a post-Purim masquerade for all teen-agers, sponsored by Emanu-El's United Synagogue Youth group, on Saturday evening ai the North Branch building. It will get underway at 7:30 p.m. Facts about RASSCO Israel Corporation Founded in 1934 by the Jewish Agency on the initiative ol the late Chaim Wei/mann as the central instrument for middle class settlement." The work ing capital and reserves of Hassco amount to I C 10.000.000. Objects To build middle class agricultural villages for immigrants — To plant and administer citrus plantation— To house new immigrants and to erect new urban and suburban resilient ial quarters — To promote and execute investment projects on behalf ol foreign investors in Israel in the sphere of agriculture, building, trade and industry — To administer investments in Israel tor nonresident investors — To advise on economic matters pertaining to Israel. Achievements Urban and suburban quarters in almost ever} city and town in Israel — 40 middle class villages ol which 20 were built since the establishment of the Stale of Israel — 68.000 people settled in town ami country — 3.000 housing units completed every year —I£60 million turnover by theRassco jiroup ofcompanies this year. Representation for U.S.A. & Mexico: RASSCO ISRAEL CORPORATION 250 West 57 St., New York 19, N.Y. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE SIDNEY S1EGEL 17925 N.E. 7th Court North Miami Beach JE 8-1818 Seks; chit:-:-.:: public relations committee. William Morr I qemhardt. Max Freeman SPA. of FINANCE YOUR CAR etropolitan 3f|k OF MIAMI Member: Fcdeial Reserve Svstetn .Federal Depotil lnkureaoa Corporation. Ill N.E. FIRST AVENUE FR 1-9841 — at low bank rates. Our Installment Loan Dept. Js open until 3:30 Monday^ through Friday. MO ejaaar^iMQi Cemp/efe and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITL€ i Qktvact Co. ATTENTION HOME OWNERS! DON'T MISS THE DEADLINE FOR FILING APPLICATION FOR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION. FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES FILING BY APRIL 1st, 1962 Due to April 1 falling on Sunday, applications will be accepted on Monday, April 2, Court House only, Room 242, 9 A.M. till 12 Midnite. If you have lost the renewal form mailed to you, go to your nearest city hall or county tax assessor's office with the legal description of your property. A deputy assessor will be at the following locations to assist you in making your returns. [•x _•!._, Miami, Proper — County Tax Assessor's Office, Court House Uaily. Miami Beach 9:00 Till 4:30 kVJ*.nlMw* Perri "e — Metro Dade Co. Bldg. 8. Zoning Sub Station, 9870 E. Fern St. IVIOnaay • Hialeah — 9:00 till 4:30 Homestead — 9 till 4:00 T -* Opa-locka — 8:30 till 12:00 ... Miami Shores — 1:30 till 4:30 I lieSCICiy. Hialerv_9:00 till 4:30 Vill. of Bit*. Park, Mar. 27, only—9:00 till 4:30 West Miami — 9 till 12:00 South Miami — 1:30 to 4:30 WedneSCflaV* Ba V Harbor Island 2 till 4:30 Coral Gables 8:30 till 4:30 9 m Nofth Bay Vi||age Mar 21 only o.oo ti „ |2 : oo North Miami — 8:30 till 4:30 Miami Springs — 1 till 4:30 Ihursdoy: c North Miami Beach — 9 till 4:30 Coral Gables — 8:30 till 4:30 — 11:30 till 1 Surf side — 2:00 till 4:30 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING and 136 N.E. FIRST STREET Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 Fridaw North Mi n The Tax Assessor Cannot Allow Homestead Exemption Unless the Application Is Filed Within The Time Limit Provided By Law. For This Reason I Urge All Home Owners To File Their Applications Without Delay. SAM L. ELCOOK METROPOLITAN DADE COUNTY TAX ASSESSMENT DEPT. Be Sure You Get Your Receipt For Tiling 7962 Homestead Exemption



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Page 8-B I'Jr/irtst! ftarldi&rf Friday. March 16 ||£ Shane, Suchman Exchange Vows i HARKtn WOMAN OF THE WEEK Harriet (Mrs. Lawrence) Singer doesn't remember too much of what happened when she was a little girl in Newcastle. Pa. She knows the studied the piano diligently, didn't particularly care (or dolls, and loved to sew. Since she disliked following patterns, Harriet confined ber needlework to quilting and needle point. After taking a secretarial course in Pittsburgh, she went to New York, where she worked for a theatrical producer. It was lots : of fun, she remembers, even if the producer did go broke, and Harriet often found herself : providing the petty cash. The play? "Sadie Thompson." Subsequently, she became a secretary for the Press Agents and Managers Union. Harriet met Larry at a party when he had just returned from the Philippines. Larry dei cided to finish school at Penn — because Philadelphia was much closer to New York than Miami, as anyone who travels even the slightest amount knows. And so it was that they were married. After they moved to Miami. Harriet became active in the Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary, Teen-Age Key Club, and the Miami Opera Guild. She loves to travel with Larry. bat one trip she took without him was to the Wives Workshop of the Young President's Organization. Larry, as president of the Royal Castle organization, is a member. To be a child and have one's father own an ice cream parlor or hamburger restaurant must be heaven on earth — and the young Singers certainly think so, Ricky. Carolyn, and Joanie included. For relaxation, the family fly in Larry's plane called "No Name."' Last summer, when the Singers visited their children at camp, they sat on the porch and rocked — and rocked. Through all this busy reason. Larry and Harriet are as anxious for camping days to return •I are the youngsters. They'll be able to sit back on the porch — and rock and rock. SUPPRESSED DESIRES It was a "Let Your Hair Down" party at Marvin and Nomi Zank's house for the Alpha Epsilon Phi gals and guys. The invitation said to come in the costume of one's suppressed desire. Most guests kept their fancies to themselves — except for the I. M. Wemsteins. who proved to be the stars of the party. Red Weinstein wore a costume that made him look half beatnik and half Apache dancer, while Bee beUe of the evening. She wore a loose-fitting dress and loose (Goess.) The pot luck dinner turned out just fine, with everyone ig for Mrs. David Rifas' chocolate cake. wonderful evening of a little talking, a little dancing, and a lot of remembering found Mr. and Mrs. Mai Muroff, Dr. and Mrs. Evrett G. Blasberg, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levitt, anc Dr. and Mrs. Jess Spirer in a noddle. I THfe REHEARSAL PAID OFF I It was show business all right at the rehearsal of the Props for their fund-raising "Fete of Stars" luncheon for Eva Gabor. Props were running around in rehearsal clothes, looking as cute as can be. Mrs. William Wickman trying to change a twenty dollar bill at the cashier's cage didn't realize until much later that the Eden Roc had just been burgled. Chairman of the house committee, Mrs. Paul Pincus. busy seeing that everyone had coffee. Connie Kulak and Lillian Burak two of her best customers. Trudy Lawrence and Blanche Wallace doing the •Balling the Jack," while Mrs. Paul (Jerri) Pollak timed them. Patsy Abbott, who took the part of Mama Gabor, was everywhere, acting just like she was playing. Mrs. Al Podin minus three teeth when she smiled — she was the comedienne — and this explained the dental dilemma. DATE WITH THE PRESS Pauline Frederick, NBC News United Nations correspondent, kept the audience spellbound as she talked on "Change and Choice" at the Theta Sigma Phi luncheon at the Seville hotel. In a dark blue shantung dress with a small light blue hat, she looked like a rested Gertrude Lawrence, according to Mrs. Charles Finkelstein's aside to her luncheon partner, Mrs. Morton Halpern. Miss Frederick's low, husky voice carried authority, as it always does, while she reported on the UN's purpose and what it has achieved. The attractive red and pink flower arrangements were done singlehanded by Mrs. Harold Spaet. Among the past Headliners were Mrs. Sydney Weintraub. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. A new Headliner: Mrs. Rhoda Levine. whose Fight for Sight League, of which she is president, turned out in full force to see her get the coveted award. Spotted in the crowd: Mrs. Pat Bromberg. Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Jack Daner, Mrs. Micky Kraus, Mrs. Jennie Grosainger, Mrs. 1. M. Feinstein, Mrs. Philip Thau. SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY Herb and Lois Mathes went to the dedication of the Birmingham hotel at the Birmingham Airport. Herb designed it, and the new principle of construction it embodies is that guests ean't hear an outside sound — even if a jet flies overhead. Lois reports that they met every dignitary' in Southern Alabama. The thick Southern accents were hard to understand, but the Southern hospitality left nothing to be desired. Elaine Feme Suchman and Martin Herbert Shane were married Saturday night. Mar. 10, in a candlelight, double ring ceremony in the Cotillion room of the DiLido hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Suchman, 6170 SW 10th ter., W. Miami. She is a gradu' ate of Miami Senior High School, where she was a member of Tau Alpha Omega sorority, Anchor Ciub. and Future Business Leaders of America. She ha; been a resident of Miami for 15 years and is originally from New York City. She is presently a legal secretary for the Miami law firm of Langer, Alvin and Kramer. Mr. Shane is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Shane. 710 SW 60th ave.. Miami. He attended schools in New York City, and after beinR a resident of Miami for four years, is presently in the retail hardware business. Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor William Lipson officiated at the wedding. The wedding party included Mrs. Lent Edles, grandmother of the bride. New York City. Matron of honor was Mrs. Clifj ford L. Suchman, sister-in-law of I the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss i Helen Kessler and Miss Lin Man] nis. Bridesmatron was Mrs. Ber, Bard Weiss, sister of the groom. Best man was Sidney Shane, brother of the groom, of Hackensack, N.J. Uahers included Clifford L. Such, man, brother of the bride; Bernard Weiss, brother-in-law of the groom; and Richard Bronsky, friend of the groom, New York City. Ring bearer was Daniel Alan Suchman, nephew of the bride. Guest book was attended by Miss Fern Berent. cousin of the bride. The bride wore a wedding gown of pure silk organza, reembroidered alencon lace, glistening with sequins and pearls, and garlands on the neckline and skirt front. Pleated bustle was atop the chapel train. Bouffant French illusion veiling was attached to her pillbox of silk organza and matching alencon lace was studded with the sequins and pearls. After a honeymoon trip to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, the couple will reside at 9075 SW 48th ter., Miami. MRS. MARTIN SHAME tSTMl HOUKMAH Mrs. Hoberman At Beth El The third annual Purim party and musical revue will be held Sunday. 7:30 p.m., by the Sisterhood of Beth El Congregation, 500 SW 17th ave. Estelle Hoberman, interpretive dancer, will be featured in a group of Israeli dances in native costume. She has performed for many organizations in this area, and is the wife of Surfside Councilman Louis Hoberman. Others on the program include Tova Simcoff. singer accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Yolanda Simcoff; Ann Paul, soprano, in a group of Hebrew songs; and a quartet of dancers composed of Karen Karkeet, Marian Broome. Dian Barnes and Shearl Arnold. Accompaniment will be furnished by Ronald and Donald Tendrich on electric guitars. The musical is under the direction of Mrs. Fannie Ames, chairman, and her committee includes Mrs. Max Kappa port, Mrs. Sam Segal, and Mrs. Sam Phillips. Levines Reveal Ellen's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Levine. of 435 SW 30th rd., Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter, Bonnie Ellen. The groom-to-be is Mike Schuchman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Schuchman, of Indianapolis. Ind. Miss Levine will graduate from Miami Senior High School in June where she is a member of Phi Delta Gamma sorority. Mr. Schuchman attended Culver Military Academy and the University of Indiana, where he is a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. A reception for 1he couple was held at the Levine home on Mar. 4 for some 140 guests. Parents of the groom-to-be came here from Indianapolis for the event. The betrothed couple are plan ning for a July wedding, after which they will continue their stu dies at the University of Indiana. MUSi MNNtf If VIM I Chaim Rose to Speak Chaim Rose, founder-moderator of "Conversations Unlimited," will speak on "How Much Must the Public Know?" at the next discussion group meeting. Event will be held Friday evening in the Washington Federal bldg., 1244 Washington ave. vw w v wm 9 > CONCERT & LITERARY EVENING Ceftarattea the 10th Anniversary mi Hit Crest* Jewhh Writer-Scatter REUBIN BRAININ fa Whose Honor the KWMN BRAMNN CHILDREN'S cumc m ISRAH was mmmmi. The cefeWaeiea wtn tea* %  fats SUNDAY, MARCH 25th, 1:30 P.M. JEWISH CULTURAL CENTER 429 Uxii Avenue, Miaari Btoch flATUKIHG MEYER and LUBA EISENBERG Mtefl Known Actor s, in mm Israeli Program Violinist BARNETT BREESKIN i Classical Stleclioni JOTCI FARBER. Coloratura Saprana in m Urn* Program AM tykes: The Re* bin Bra in in Cemmittee el Miami ELSIE DE MARCO *fCIJTftf0 MASSEUSE SWEDISH MASSAGE LAMtS ONLY FOR APPOINTMENT CALL PL 4-7893 7915 N.E. 3rd AVE. 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PtKje 6-B knist fhrkfi&r Friday, March 16. 1962 Mrs. Grossinger Will Chair Israel Bond Women's Luncheon at Doral Country Club the craftsmen ancient Israel Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. philanthropist, civic and business leader who has been at the forefront of the Israel Bond program since its inception, will serve as chairman of the "Bonds-Between-Us" luncheon under auspices of the Sponsors of Israel of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Women's Division The luncheon, first major 1962 event of the Miami Women's Division, will take place on Thursday. Apr. 12. at the Doral Country Club. and will mark the premiere opening of the club Mrs. Grossinger announced that the luncheon will be a tribute of Miami's women to the craftsmen and artisans of Israel. She said, "the dramatic growth of Israel's industry through the help of Israel Bonds la now a wellknown fact What is no: generally lecognized is that Israel Bonds have also been the means of helping to develop Israel's world-tarncus arts and cratt? The work of Purim Fete At Beth David Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, the world's First Lady, congratulates Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Miami civic and philanthropic leader, on her appointment as chairman of the "Bonds-BetweenUs" luncheon to be given by the Sponsors of Israel of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Women's Division. The luncheon, in tribute to the craftsmen and artisans of Israel, will take place on Thursday, Apr. 12. The occasion will also mark the official premiere opening of the new plush Doral Country Club. Purim will be celebrated at Beth David Congregation with a carnival the day before Purim on Sunlay. There will be a Purim a>sembly in the morning, followed by the carnival in the afternoon, under the chairmanshp of Mrs. Sidney Daniels. The carnival will include rides, sames. a luncheon, and a spaghetti dinner that will be served after 4 p.m. On Monday. Beth David will institute another "first" in its history, with the Megillah read twice. The first reading will take place YUBAN SALUTES between 6 and 643 p.m., in the chapel, for adults and teen-agers After the reading, the teen-agers will take part, with L'SY members %  in a Purim seudah and dance in the Social Hall From 6:45 to 8 p.m.. the Megillah will be read again for children and their parents in the main sanctuary, where teen-agers will also read portions of the Purim scroll. Prepared by Louis Gadon. the following students will particii pate: Jack Rabin. Robert Stone. Fred Wellisch. Daniel Weiss. Fred Silverman. Barbara Cypen. Jeffrey Ram. David Geyer and Jerome Orlin. Members of the confirmation i class will offer commentaries in English on the Megillah. including Hazel Bakst. Joan Frame. Susan Hammersmith, and Karen Feingold. The Simcha of Modern Israel THE NEW HEBREW UNIVERSITY is the most important institution of higher learning of its kind in the Middle East. Built at Givat Ram, Jerusalem, after Independence in 1948, the University has an enroll, nent of about 5.000 with schools for the arts, physical and SOCii sciences, law, medicine, dentistry and agriculture. • NEW! ~?f*WILNO KOSHER SALAMI of Israel, blending forms and theme! vwth modern design, has achieve] world-wide recognition and has ta. come a major source of export re*. enue for the State of Israel "We women of Miami take prid} in the role which we have hj 1 through our Israel Bond efforts m this phase of Israel's growth. "One of the most dramatic highlights of these achievements is tn; fact that in the briel span of a tew years. Israel has taken its place the fourth leading diamond center in the world Now. as Israel eaterits second decade, the dec;, le which will mark the opening ar1 development of the Negev women of Miami pledge ourselves :.i continuing our role in the port of State of Israel BondDeep rich mellow tasty... 0OKiSS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE ... (Photo courtesy f tvel offi— of Inform it on, /,'. fj EVERY SIP OF YUBAN IS A SIMCHA IN ITSELF BECAUSE IT IS THE WORLD'S RICHEST COFFEE This is Indeed the world's richest tasting coffee because Yuban adds to its blend, aged coffee beans...aged like the best flavored wine and cheess. Deep, dark delicious Yuban...every cup, every sip a joy in itself 1 YU BAN -The Simcha Coffee WSHER-PARVE T>e Premium Cif it of mJllHO W KOSHER fiUGED SALAMI All pure beef Ask for All WRNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashruth Quality Flavor ALL PRODUCTS ARE KOSHER FOR PASSOVER USE WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 f i f I,, JU V 7 /s thrfthST i] fSt Buy It sliced or In a Mff tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes ... for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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Page 4-B *• Jewish fhridfatr Friday. March 16, 1962 Hebrew Univ. Women's Division Planning Israel 14th Anniversary Celebration Here South Florida's celebration of, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I sra rsar: of indeMrs. Samuel Simor.hoff. presided by a comden;, said exact details of the ide birthday party Ma) oration will be revealed next w< 5 sponsored She 1 the announcemtr,: i Greater Mia en's Division day a: a luncheon held at the Mi. Friends of the^-rni Beach home ^i Mrs. Jennie. Singers Slcte 'Shulamsth' On Sunday the opera by horn Gol become a classic of "i —ica! mu.. be presented in on SunMiami Beach Auditor%  mu:. ers. the i ma' an. %  %  S such ire of the first Je opera. "Bar Kochba." "America. H r Exih -. "Queen E;>"Purim Shpiel 1 At Menorah Temple Menorah Sisterhood will meet in the social hall Wednesday evening. Program chairman. Mrs. Herbert Kaplan, will present a play. "Maikah's Purim Shpiel."' with Mesdames Herman Kooperman. Rita Epjstein, Joseph Feldman. Sally Kurman. Robert Lee. Charles Marks and Frank Nankin. Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood president. MR. AM MRS. Btli YOKiN I y will be the pi "Song of Life"' in which the 63 Singers will back the new Be". Yomen adaptation of the famed I. L Peretz story. Featured soloist will be Luis Pichardo. noted tenor of the Havana Opera Company. Program of arias will be offered by Pichardo. as well as byMiss Donn and Feldman, the latter presenting popular renditions of Israeli songs. Feldman. who is making his first concert appearance, was brought to the United States by Ed Sullivan and has appeared three times on Sullivan's television show. Pianist Margaret Yomen will also be featured in a solo rendition of "Wedding March Grossinger. honorary president of the local organization, and national vice president of the Women's Division of the American Friends. The May 5 party, which will be climaxed by a Saturday night dinner dance, also will mark the observance of the 13th anniversary of Israel's admission into the United Natii "In many ways, this is the true Bar Mitivah of Israel." Mrs. Siih :; said. "Israift %>ce into the family of nations rked the end of a bitter t of comba: now known as the ration. Until the UN voted to admit Israel the Jewish j life hung in the balance More than 50 leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish women's community also heard talks byAnna Brenner Meyers and Dr. Julius Rogoff. a member of the board of governors of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and cr.e of the founders of its medical school. Mrs. Meyers. rves as vice pres th the local v. .% Divisions rete Amor. • I ed set aside %  %  • '-.: i % %  • Chai Chapter Meeting Tuesday Regular meeting of Chai chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will held Tuesday at the Deauvulc tel. "Hillel in Action will be presented by Dr. Don:.id Mi and a croup of students h Hillel Foundation. Mrs. Edith F chairman. Chapter president Mrs. Oscar R< all new! YOURS FREE! 8 ; Day 1962 MANISCHEWITZ Passover Menu Planner Deboroh Ross says: • Ti c C :scver, let MANISCHEWITZ helpyoiTpre: po r e *cv. bolonced meals oil during the holiday! There ce24d a erent menus, 28 new recipes, created end tes'ed with you in mind in the MANISCHEWITZ Kcsher Test Kitchens. To the right ii just one sample menu 'c the First Seder ; ">^' tot yev r— *" 10' K.(JS.,h 6*' ''• Fish* Kn norunoii Ce %  *n Soup with Mono Bet* Turk** with 616KI Stiffing B-.nt t Sprout* CnOi See' Potato** ^Almond C'*' t••'. Sauc* Muod V*g*t*b' S* *0 Matio** C ifO Bartlott Poor**' B*n*no SptC* Co** T*o" Block Co"*** • Nomt (FltoM Print)... c let ItoU -! 1 -• %  !:-t•: ee %  %  NTWAII MRS. SAMLIL SIMONHOft Beach Chapter Sets Review : ter of H 'Week' to End In Luncheon Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, president of Ner Tamid Sisterhood, announces the week of Mar 14 through 21 as Ner Tamid Journal Week. The observance will be culminated with a luncheon at noon on Wednesday in Sklar Auditorium. The luncheon will honor Mrs. Fannie Sklar. who. together with her late husband Sam Sklar. were one of the founders of the Temple. Proceeds of the journal will help maintain the religious school. Mrs. Jack Gerson is chairman of the journal • Purim Play To be Shown Over 100 bo; %  an • v ip at :bc Israi sent a "Pun Spi ilar,' including son aces and Lines, v.. • 1 •Who Stole the Mun." an ral play by Mrs H. Zisman. will r Alan Ei Easoi %  Si! .. > Greei •• %  Harri %  !. %  R i".} %  %  %  Molly Picon's MISH-MASH nd Avenue is more than jus: the name of a strict. Anyone familiar with Show Business knows it's the Broadway of the Yiddish theatre. But Second Avenue doesn't end on Manhattan's lower east side. It crosses the ocean, and extends all the way to Africa. You'll see what I mean when you read this story. I was touring Africa with what we call in the profession a one-woman show. You have no idea what the word "distance"' means until you go city hopping in Africa. Very often we wculd travel thirty-six hours and see nothing but \\ldt and sun parched mountains. I was really appreciative, even a little guiltVj when people told me about their long journeys to the theatre. So after my show in Kiruberly, I j ersuaded my husband to ccme out and make a curtain speech. It weal something like this: "Because of your wonderful recej tit n. and Lecau-e it's so hard for you to come to see us, Mt lly says she will be glad to perform any place in Afi re there's a Jewish community, no matter how small, as, long as they want her." T: at ni ".-. Y nkel and I were waiting on the =:;.::on platform for our train to I irbat A little elde aphed us rather tii Uy, I o ; it them ..: ease, Y I the i !' %  % %  I, "you I ... 1 ng Moll r. You s that had a J( ty. \Y 'd like to ask ; u to < t ir town. \V live mil y isn't I trge as Ki know visit tl ." Thi I I I j me how big r Jewish c : :. : .'.. I then red, "3d ife". Tl : was pro! [ox and R robone of the very :". K :'. at couldn't find K H re in the big < i -Wi matt .. live, you're never a jar of that wonderful Rol h • I ish. It's _'' • :>•. m i maUo meal... better ingredi nts you In't buy yourself. And of course that delicious redi-jelled broth tli.it only Rokcach ha?. Serve n me tonight, and it* you're planning a trip to Africa, take a few jars along with you. After all, vou wouldn't want to go around the veldt in 80 days without Rokcach Ccfilte fiab. %  ^nJ^ 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 VCR MARKET



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Friday. March 16. 1962 +Jewisli ftoridliain Page 5-B Pioneer Women Will Hear Israeli Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women will hold its 22nd annual donor luncheon on Sunday noon in the West ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel. Theme of the day will be "Pioneer Women's Role in the New Glim.'' Principal speaker for the afternoon will be Mrs. Tamar Eshel. a secc-nd generation Sabra. who has specialized in Middle Eastern affairs and Arabic studies. Her topic will be "Pioneer Women's 36 Yean in Israel." Program iclude presenta-. m of pins b Mrs. Leo Goldman, vice ; it sidei i ational board member, to n members. Mrs Mosi %  • vice president, ".-ill speak on "Greater Miami I ioneei >' men's New Horizons." and Joyi Faber, soprano, Will present a group of vocal selections accompi by Esther Bcrrel at the piano. A candlelight ing ceremony in honor of Israel will be conducted by Mesdames Sam Davis, Leo Plot kin, Sally Barr, M. Chase, and M. Sills, followed by a dramatic reading on "The Rebirth of Israel," by Mrs. Marion Meyer. Chairman of the afternoon is Mrs. Milton Green, Council president. Mrs. L. Shkoler will give tuo invocation. Mrs. Eshel is the wife of Ambassador Arieh Eshel, deputy permanent representative of Israel to the I'N and just appointed Consul General of Israel in New York. In 1935. she was appointed to the l I d< tion of the UN, her il field of activity in economid ial i un< U affairs. From I >5 l 19 %  ". -he served on ins as the Israel repri sent; live on humanitarian, cultural and social committee ol the General AssemblyShe was also alternate repn i tltative to the Human Rights Commission and a delegate to the World Health Assembly. The donor luncheon is the culmination of a year of effort by Greater Miami Pioneer Women toward their responsibility to Moetzel Hapoalot in Israel. At Beth David Congregation's Golden Jubilee dinner dance Sunday in Spactor Hall of Beth David are these co-chairmen (left to right): Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin. Several hundred persons, including second generation Beth David members, attended the event. (See 'Charmingly Yours,' Page 9-B.) MRS. T4MAS tSHtl 'Sponsor Gift' Luncheon Set Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged. will hold its annual -Sponsor Gift" luncheon on Thursday noon. Mar. 22. at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Baron de Hirseh Meyer will give the opening prayer. Mrs. Lawrence Sllverman, president, and Mrs. Tobia; Sussman. chairman of Sponsors, will greet guests. Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program chairman, has announced that Elamar Horosny. strolling violinist*. will perform, with Mrs. Solomon Goldman, solois'.. and Al Harmati at the piano. Monty raised will be earmarked for the Home Building Fund. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Lawrence Silverman and Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum Wise Chapter Lists Committee Louise Wise chapter of American Congress has appointed a nominating committee to choose a slate of officers for the coming year. Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum is chairman, and members of the committee include: Mesdames Eva Blum, Mary Cohen. Sara Cohen. Lillian Hersch, Frances Herder, and Lillian Mamlet. Mrs. Herman Feller is chapter president. Purim Party At Beth Shirah Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slachter, 748 Navarre, Coral Gables, will be hosts at the Temple Beth Shirah first annual Purim get together on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Rabbi Skop will show color slides and describe his trip to Israel and historical Jewish places in Europe. Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb will present a program of Purim melodies to be followed by the traditional Hamantashen. (daAtllMoL fHI ttOII WITH IHI '10IIDA HAW at jm 9 s travel bureau one call does JT^ it all NASSAU 28.50* I day* and 2 nights, Including ilghtsetJng and transfers. European plarv VIRGIN ISLANDS $59* 4 dayi, 5 nights, transfers and tight Ing included. Modified American plan. EUROPE3 WEEKS $348* 7 country tour $381* 8 country tour Conducted tour by motor coach. 8 departures, May to October, 1962. GROUPS, CHARTER FLIGHTS and Sales Incentive Programs, Invited. Herts Cor Rentals, available Plus Air World travel Is ot your fingertips, with JM'i ilmple one-call travel lervice. Phone us, our tour and cruise specialists will help you select a tour tailored especially to your taste. FUGAZY MANAGEMENT FIRST FLOOR, MIAMI Diners Club & American Express honored



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Friday, March 16, 1962 lenisfi florid for Page 7-C Continued from Page 6-C LEGAL NOTICE fife, v Addle, and Vivian Knts. ,,t Riverside [inuglaa rd %  in. tery. with a step-daughter, Servlcea were Jan. Memorial Chapel, burial in Mt. Nebo MOSES D. WEINSTEIN -.; of S23 Andres aw., Coral Gables, ,!,."il Jan. 16. H came here ir. years [go from Mew York City. Surviving-1 tni are hi* wife, Rose: a daughter. '>• %  %  Iher and four sisters. Services, were ,n Sew York with local arrangements |,y Gordon Funeral Home. HENRY TANENBAUM 71 of 2200 SW :trd ave., died Jan. i". il,'. came here 23 years ago trom Atlantic l'ity and was a retired merchant. Surviving are two sons, Joe Tan. nhaum, racing publicity man and l.roadcaater, and William; two sis(tra and four grandchildren. Service* were under direction of Gordon Mineral Home. RUDOLPH W. WILSON .: of 120 SW .'.2nd ct„ died Jan. 11. Heanie here 20 years ago from Brailenton and wag a funeral director lor riverside Memorial Chapels. He was .. member of the Ocean Hay Masonic Lodge, the Florida Funeral Directors \ssn., and associate patron of the Order of the Eastern Btar. Surviving liis wife, Martha; a daughter. Mrs. Bonnie Davis: four brothers, Including litorge; a sister and a grandchild. Services were Jan. 13 In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton rd. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 55421-A IN RE: Estate of HARRY .1. LUFT, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands wiiieh you may have against estate of HARRY .1. 1,11 T .leased late Of 1'ad.County, Florida. ihe County Judges of Dade County, LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTfCE t and file the same in duplicate and provided in Section 738.16, Florida Statutes, in their oftlces in the County Courthouse in Hade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred. Hated at Miami, Florida, this 7th day of March. A.I). 1962. ANNA LUFT As Administratrix ARONOVITZ, SILVER & SOHER Attorneys for Ailmimslraliix 607 Alnsley Building 3/8-16<23-30 10. ISIDORE KAUFMAN 79 of 124,". Euclid ave., died .Inn %  I, came her,is years ago from II klvn and was a retired tailor. Surviving ar.ids wife, Sadie; four sons, two daughters, il grandchildren n,i seven great-grandchildren. Serv, were undei the direction of Wv|d e Memorial Chapel, Alton rd. 11 MRS. SARAH KROUT ,,. ,.f L"...;I SW 20th St., dli d Jan 10, Sin came here 12 years ago from New Voik City. Surviving arc her hus,i,,l Hen; two sons, Including Jack; dii Lighters, two brothel -. • %  sls-., and nlm grandchildren, Services in New York with local arments by Cordon Funeral Homi IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 55402-C IN RE: Estati of YKTTA KAMINSKY. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims .r Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notifed and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of YKTTA KAMINSKY deceased late of Hade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Pad,County, ami file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from Hi. date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be bail. ,1. NATHAN KAMINSKY Bxi. utor 11 ROBERT KOLT.NOW, Attorney ".: %  %  • w. ~i 1 lagler Street Miami. Florida 1/9.11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 55195-C IN RE: Estate of ABRAHAM ENTIN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims ,.i Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you ar. herebs notifUd and required to present any claims and demands which, you. or either of you, may have against the < %  si.it ABRAHAM KNTIN deceased late of Queens County, NewYork, to the Honorable County Judges of Hade County, and file the same in their offices In the Countj Courthouse in Hade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address Of 0l claimant and to b, sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Si e Section 733.16 of the its Probate Act. Hated February 26, A.D. 1962. DANIEL ENTIN As Ancillary Executor of the Last Will and Testament of ABRAHAM ENTIN, Deceased. KoV'XER 4.MANNHEIMER 121 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for Ancillaiy Executor 3/2-8-16-28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 53941-C IN RE: Estate of ETHEL l.l'TY I 1. cased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. AII Creditors and All Persons Having claims or I'einan.ls Against Said Dade County. Florida. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tin ahdi rslgni d. di Birlnj to engage in busini -s under the 1 • namt ,-f SALUM D" ARTISTE ..' 9480 Harding Avi -. 11. surfs-id, Beach ::. 1,. tade ounn, Florida, within six calendar months rr, ,„ thi time of the first publication hereof, or the -one will be barren. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2sth day of February, A.l>. 1362. PHEBE 1.. JACOB! Vdmlnistrntrlx RERNS I'KIN & MILLER By: Milton Miller Attorney r Admlnlstratrlg 4414 Congress Building /9 M ., 8 80 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55377-B IN RE: Estate of IDA FELDMAN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit is ud AH Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are herel notified and reIred to present any claims and demands which you may have against 11 Hate of IDA FELDMAN, deceased late of Hade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Had.Coun1% and file the same In duplicate and .-,provided In Section 733.16, Florida statutes, in their offices In ihe Coun:v Courthouse In Had.County, Florida, within six calendar months from thi time of the fli -' publication hereof or the same will be barred. ,1 Miami, Florida, this 37th daj of February, AH I JACOB FELDMAN \ Executor M< iRRIS C( illKN At torn. > foi %  Feldman 1 r Almei la Ave., oral Gables, Fi.i. 1-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2288 CONSTANCE LA VERNE SHIVERS, Ialntlff, vs. CHARLIE SHIVERS 1 1, f,ml.nit SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CHARLIE SHIVERS You CHARLIE SHIVERS, are hereby notified thai a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed aga si you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, 1 All. KWITNEY, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, JH 1-5656, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th 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. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2nd day of March A.D. 1962. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida fseal) By: K. M. I.YMA.N, Deputy Clerk 3/3-16-23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55343A IN RE: Estate of BENJAMIN SIBGLER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You anhereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the .state of BENJAMIN BIEULER deceased late Of Hade County, Florida, 1,1 the County Judges Of Hade County, anil file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse In I lade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the tiisi publication hereof, or the same will be barred. CHARLES BIEOLER, Executor II. ROBERT KOLTNOW, Attorney 328 w.-t Flagler Street Miami, Florida B 16-28-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1966 I UANNE E, FROST, Plaintiff, THOMAS EX FROST, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl 1 TIH l.MAS I-:. FROST 501 Locust St. I.ockpori, NY. Y..11. THOMAS K FROST, are herebj notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and yon ar.required to serve copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, chat-leu M. Kelly. 1525 B, 4th Ave., Hialeah, Florida and file the original Ansuur or I'leadingin the office of the Cbrk of the Circuit Court on "r before the 2nd day of April. 18418, If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the mil of Complaint. Tills notice shall be published one. cadi week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1DI \N. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Forida. this 2:ird day of February, A.D. 1862. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Com t. Dade County, Florida iseal) By: M CAVALARlS, I i.-puly 1 M.-ik CHARLES M KELLY 1526 B. 4th Avenue iii.ii.ah, Florida Attorney for i'lalntiff 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 2037 WILLIAM J SHERGALIS, Plaintiff, vs. GERTRUDE BHBROALIS, Hcfcndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO:< I.-rirude Shergalls* 218 B. Chestnut St.. Apt. 1203 Chicago, Illinois You Gertrude Bhergalls, are here, by notified that a Bill Of Complaint for Divorce' has been filed you. and you are required to servi -. copj of your Answei 01 Pli adh ill. Bill of Complaint on the Plall I Iff's attorney, Owen S Freed, Esq., Room 206, -.,', Cnlversltj Drive, Coral 1 iabli s. 1 lorida, and file thi Answ, r 01 i-i, tdlng In the offli • %  the Clei k of the 1' n ull Coui t on ni before il\, 2nd dav of April. 1962. II you fall to do so. judgment by default will be t.ik, .1 agalnsl you for the relief demanded In lh< I •-111 ..1 Complaint This notlci shall be published once ,-ach we. k for foui consecutive weeks ,n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE VND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 26th day ,.f February, A D. 1862 %  -: B I.KATHKKMAN. Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) Bs I. s. DePlETRO 1 ll put) I 'lei k OWEN B. FREED, ESQ. 256 Unlverslt) Drive Coral Cables. Florida Attornty for Plaintiff %  : 2-9-16-23 Bstal You are hereby notified and required I" present any claims and demands which you ma\ hav.agalnsl Hi, estati of ETHEL l.l'TY deceased late of DADE County, Florida, to the County .llldt;.s of Had,County, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the" dale of the first publication hereof, or the same will lie barred. JOHN l.l'TY". Executor of the Estate of BTHEL LUTY, I leceaw d. ALFRED KR.EISI.HR Attorney for Executor .Mm Alnsley Bidg. Miami 32, Florida 2'23. 3/2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2121 OARTERET SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 2120 J. 1. KISLAK. MORTGAGE CORPORATION OF FLORIDA. Plaintiff. GKORGE'W. SCHCRERT and MARY D. SCHUBERT, his wife, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: George W. Schubert and Mary D. Schubert, his wife 7639 Hamilton Avenue Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania You are hereby notified that the above captloned action has been instituted against you in the Circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit of Florida m and for Hade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following des, 1 il,. d real pi,,|i. rty: Lot :: Bio. k 76 NoKWoon FIFTH ADDITION SECTION TWO, according to th. Plat th.i.of. recorded In Flat Book < %  : %  at I'age 109 Of the Public Records of Had. County, Florida. You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the lerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's clerk I attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor Dade Federal Building, Miami :i2. Florida not later than April 2, 1888 or „,i., Pro I'oiii.ss., will be entered aga ii-i iu. I MI. I: F. bruar> 27. I! E. B I. : VTHER.M \N Clerk of the Clrcull Court (seal) iad< 1 'ount). 1 01 Ida, log, il,1 iih llotpoint re: KA-lu." \. 1 ri required to %  file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of th< aforesaid Court, and -. • v a op> III. i. "I ii| atti ; iiv. MARTIN FINE, 1 Itli Fl li.obFederal Building, Miami 32, Florida not later than April 2, 1862 or .1 Decrei Pro Confesso will be entered against you. 1 lated Pebruarj 27. 1862. E. B. I.KATHKKMAN clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By; K. M I.YMAN, Deputy CU rk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff Nth Floor Dade Federal Building Miami 32, Florida :: 2-8-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1468 THE WILI.IA.MSBL'RUH S A VINOS BANK, Plaintiff, JOSEPH OF LINCOLN Ri AD, INC. A Flu. Cot 1 6-28-64 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FCR CADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 18S8 FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, a corporation organised under and existini I virtue of th, laws of the United st.1 tes of America, Plaintiff. vs. ROBERT H. WINN. as Ti •• %  • In i Bankrupt, y. to., et al. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Robert H. Wlnn, at Trustee in Bankruptcy for Southern Mortgage Co., inc.. a Florida corporation, 111^1 Tower Building, 1105 K street, Washington. D.C. Robert M. Powers. Si and Christine powers, his wife, if alive or if (i,ad. their unknown heirs, devise, s, legatees, grantees assignees, li.n, rs. creditors, trustees and all parties having or claiming to have any ritlit, title or Interest in the property herein described — Resilience I'nknown Robert L. Vollni.r and < ctavla S. Voilinei his wife 2306 Vlers Mill Road. Rockvllle, Maryland You a're hereby notified ,.b, ve .aptloned action hi that 1.. 11 the instituted against you In the circuit Court "t th.judicial Circuit 1 hei eof aim Iff's atti 1 n. v. Henry 11 gton, i"::l N W, Third Ai. in,.-. Mi. • FI01 Ida, lati 1 than Mi 1962, 01 .1 Decrei Pro Confessi bi enplain! iff s tei.,! against you. 1 ted Fi bruarj 21 E. I'.. LEATHER IAN Cli rk of th.Cli ii--. 1 By: K. M LY.MAN I lepul v Clei HENRY II. ARR1NGTON Al tornej for Plaintiff 1034 N W Third Avenue Miami ,; 1lorida 2-8-H EDWARD RAYMOND HARRIS and l-HCENIA S1SSAKJN HARRIS, his H if., et al, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT Tt>: C.erald Lee Kllday and Nina Jo Kllday, his wife c <> Mr. John W. Thompson Route #1. Ashford, Alabama Y'uu are hereby notified that the above captloned action has been instituted against you In the Circuit Court of the Judicial circuit of Florida In and for Had,County to 'ore-|f au | ( ,1,1s, a mortgage upon the following 1 n( described real propert> Lot 20, Block 12. PINE TREE MANOR SECTION THREE according to the 1 'in 1 thereof, recorded In Plat Rook >;.". at Pan.!'? of the Public Records of 1 .ad.County, Florida, together with Frigidalre Refrigerator FI-122-08 and Frigidalre Washer WCI-38. You ar. required to file your -into plaintiffs complaint with the of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copj thereof upon plaintiff's attornej MARTIN FINE, 111I1 FI001 1 iade 1 1 deral Building, Miami 2.2, ii Apr.I 2, 1862, 11 .: 11 Pro nfessi will be en%  1. ,i against you. -. t i Febi uarj 26 1: r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Hade Countv. Florida iseal) By: K. M I.YMAN. 1 leputy clei k MARTIN FINE Attorney for Pis th i-'i Dade Fi d< ral Building Miami 32, FI01 .-i 8-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1725 JOSE BENITO c.Al.Ki: \ Plaintiff. ARSENIA F1DELINA GA1 I >.\ Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ARSENIA FIDELINA •: -M.ERA Santa ICtnilia #28 Bauta, Habana, Cuba You are hereby notiflnl that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. anil you are requlred to serve a copj .1 your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Manuel Zalac, 14( Congress Building, Miami. Florida, and filt the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Cork of the Circuit Court ,-n HI before the 26th day of March, 1962. If you fall to do so. Judgment by dewiil be taken against you for i-llef demanded in II. Bill of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tllvEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under thi fictitious name .-i A-A-A PRINTERS ai 32 N W 20th Street, Miaou. Had.County. Florida intends to register said name with the ci.-rk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, ADOLPHE .1 Ri'SMA.N Sole Owner ROBERT 1 8PIBOELMAN 608 Bis. ayne Building 19 W. st Hauler Street Miami 32, FI01 Ida Attorney for Appii. ant 16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (11VEN thai th. undersigned, desiring to engt business under the fictitious name ol CITY 1 Nil "KM .v SHOP TOWEL RENTAL SERVICE at numb.•: %  B.W .ili Street In the city of Miami Florida intends to register thi name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Dadi County, Florida. Dat< d ,,: Miami FI01 Ida, this 13th .lav of February, 1962. NEW FRENCH BENZOl CLEANERS .v LAUNDRY INC. ARONOV1 < %  /. Sll.\ Ell ,v s li'V: Att. rneys for Ai plii 607 Alnsley Bulli Mian:: 32. 12/21, 3/2-8-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ih. undersigned, desiring to engage In I business under the fictitious name of THE SUMMIT at o'H' Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk Of the I Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorOlLBERT SENS ALAN C, SENS IRVYIN BAR ER ARONOVITZ. SILVER A 8CHER Attorn.-ys for The Summit 60, Alnsley Building Miami. Flot Ida 23, %  %  2-V-lfi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that 1 hi undei sign* d, di sli li t t gagi in business undi 1 thi llO .nain, f MR. Km >D .11 10823 Bis. .n ni ird, Miami. Flot '.1 mil i|,l, s.. ili nami th lh< Clc Cln nil Courl Dadi Coun! Florida. I-Ti ITE'M BE Vi HCIIRP. 1:, ir> Ing lm". i f %  '' sldent DANIEL SEPLER |l ,,h I 1,1 Vi ii Florida v, -,,.., for l'-1 Richard M, SepU r, ol .,-. 1 'omplaint. This notice srall be published once each week for four consei vi weeka in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN HONK AND ORDERE1 : Miami, this liith day ,: February, A.D. 1862. E l: LEATHERM \N ill court. 1 lade Ci :. orlda iseal) By: M CA\ .... Deput) Clerk MANl'EL ZA1AC 1108 Congress Bldg. Miami, i lorida At torn*,. for Plaint If I .:• 3 2-8-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 1\ £ND FOR DADE CCJNTY, FLORIDA. IN PRCEATE No. 54919-C IN RE Estate of AI.FR1 : %  DIXl IN D. eased. NOTICE TO CREC'TORS \ redltors Itnd All I 1 1 • HavClalms or 1 '.man.IVgl Said 1 Estati Yo, heret>y nol 1 I and requli N Bkig.



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Page 14-A +J(m1$i) FkridHnr Friday, March 16. igJ Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Fric Sunday Blue Laws Want Revamping in Light of Today's Need iBOUT 36 STATES and untold countries and municipalities I now have Blue Laws compelling [merchants to keep their places of [business closed on Sundays. A %  number of other states and cities [are still proposing Blue Law statutes, without providing exemption Ifor Sabbath-observing Jews who keep their business closed on Saturdays. Religious Jews as well as Seventh Day Adventists find themselves discriminated against because their day of rest is Saturday. Not being exempted from closing their business enterprises on Sunday, they are forced to keep their places of business closed for two days each week, thus suffering economic penalties for their religious rights. Twelve states in this country have taken the arguments of Sabbatarians into consideration, and their Sunday Laws respect the right to work on Sunday by those who observe Saturday as their day of rest. However, in numerous other states, the fight for the liberalization of the Blue Laws is now only at its beginning. Such lights are now at their height in the stales of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Some time ago, a court in Massachusetts ruled in favor of Jewish storekeepers whose Sabbath is Saturday and not Sunday. The judges declared the Lord's Day Act unconstitutional because it favored one religion over another and also denied the equal protection of the laws guaranteed under the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. Nevertheless, the State Legislature of Massachusetts baa now before it more than 30 bills on the existing Sunday Law for action at this year's s • In Pennsylvania, the fight for the inclusion of an exemption clause into the present Blue Law there is presently being supported also by non-Jewish groups who consider the legislation discriminate ry against persons who keep their business closed on Saturdays for personal religious reasons. The remarkable thing about the Blue Laws in various states is that seme of them are being recognized as obsolete, confusing and frequently ridiculous. In some states the Blue Law prohibits even painting the outside of a house on Sunday, or changing the spark plugs on a sports car, or even fishing and swimming on Sundays. The Israeli Scene: Now that Israel has devaluated its currency to the satisfaction of the International Monetary Fund, the problem oi Israel's becoming linked with the European Common MarOff the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN ket has become very urgent. Even Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, who usually stands aloof from economic matters, has given it top priority. It had been predicted previously by Israeli economic exBrowsing WHh Books: By HltARY MINDUN Nineveh There For A/ways From a Hospital Bed COR FIVE LONG weeks I wrestled with ~ the angel, and though I am here to recount the tale, the physical and fiscal scars of the struggle will long be with' me. But there were also many rewarding moments that will be remembered long after the scars are healed. My admission to the hospital—Flower Filth Avenue Hospital—coincided with the first grave political crisis of 1962. The outside world was so sick at the time that the hospital seemed a retreat from the agony. Once inside its walls, one felt secure against the madness and the anger that divided men outside. Here people of all colors and all races and all faiths were united in single purpose. We were all sick, and our single purpose was cure, a dedication that might well be emulated by the outside world. If pain can unite people in a hospital into total harmony, why is there no comparable forging of common purpose in the pain-racked world on the outside, we often thought, though mindful that the formulation was an oversimplification of the problem Here the concern was finding of cure, and we were baffled by the concentration in the other world on finding instruments of death. We knew that our survival depended on cure and we were confounded by the inability of the outside world to grasp that basic truth. Quite possibly the sick are more perceptive. Flower Fifth Avenue Hospital stands on the dividing between swanky Fifth Avenue and the squalor that is Harlem, the Ne| ro ghetto that is a blemish on the fairest and meat, -t of cities in the world—New York. Inside the pita! however, there Is no trace of the "dividing line.'' Here the sisters of mercy and the physicians are angcis of compassion without color. The healing hand in tender* transcends limning in color. There is neither black hite nor brown in the hand thai ministers to the sick. rcy. TTw ^o receive me as I enten d whose p tup in the city, Mrs. Anita 1 1 was her name anil she was a pillar oi sir. ti me d of my illness. T after mj m the hospital, she called my h -.1 out how 1 v.a< n g, xh e very 1. | d to mini ter my in .. Puerto Rican young lady. By their conduct, devotion and dedication these 1 young women did more to dissipate misconceptions about their people than books and preachment. JUDAISM. Edited by Arthur Hertiberg. 256 pp. New York: George Braiiller, Inc., 215 Park Ave. So. $4.00. A FEW MONTHS ago the publishing house of George Braiiller issued in simultaneous publication a series ol six books on the great religions oi isn i licism, Protestantism, Buddhism. Hinduism and Islam Each volume i ns not nlj an extensive selection of the most rtant writings of th< ned, but "a ci hi rent and meai ii ccount of the religion from the viewpoints ol its own testimony on its be... fs and practices." bi Arthur Hertiberg, of Temph Emanu-EI ... Englev. <:. iias organized ilume on Judaism conceptually rather than chronologically: the basic and beliefs of Judaism form the divisions | ^c : sel< i tioi from Jewish writing through the ages form the commentary. The) rah through the traditional writings of UM sages to Mordecai Kaplan and Andre Schwarz-Bart's The Last of the Just.'' and they offer, with remarkable >bji th I; a ice of cur renl views on some of the facets of Judaism. Thu.-. or. kashruth, tor example. Rabbi Herti; berg oi!<:s first the two basic traditional reasons: as a curb for man's animal appetites and as a way of setting ews apart in day to day life so that their responsibilit] as a priest-people would remain in primary i ns< isness ontemporary Reform Judaism has rejected these laws, though at least one of its leaders, Kaufman K bier, knew that this left it with the problem of finding other methods to inculcati the spirit of holiness in the modern Jew, to render him conscious of his priestly mission.' Ultimately, he goes on, the believer simply accepts the laws as par! oi a total system, "the Jewish was holiness'' The non-believer, though he may cling for a while out of habit or sentiment or attachment to a cultural past, seldom retains the laws past one generation of disbelief. One may detect here, as in other sections — on the Law. God. the Holy Land, death and immortality, sin and atonement, the nature of man. the purpose of creation — a slight leaning on the editor's part in the direction of classical Judaism. It comes through as the gentlest of pressures which may perhaps be forgiven when one considers that this book is. after all. about Judaism in the fullest flowering of its body of belief, and that petals torn from its stem are still, at this point in history, exactly thatwhatever they may become in the mulch of human history. So. in this excellent book, both as reference and pure reading. Rabbi Hertzberg closes his introduction (which was partly concerned with the doctrine of chosenness) by saying 'The Jews have often been restless under the burden Like Jonah, some Jews may attempt to cease prophesying against Nineveh, but Nineveh is always there. Jonah's knowledge that God wants something special from him is the inescapable and continuing groove of Jewish experience." ,...,.!,.,. ..;.,.. From Hollywood: ,., r HERBERT G. LUFT perts that Israel's growing export drive — particularly of oranges, diamonds, textiles and agricultural produce — would one day be in grave danger unless ways were found of coming to terms with the Common Market. Now it is definitely being reali?erf that a tariff wall around the countries of Western Europe would create grave difficulties for Israel's exports Aside from the fledgling program in Africa. Israel has been developing her economic relations almost entirely with Western Europe. If tariff walls are raised against her by Western Europe, and also by Great Britain, she will find herself without economic outlets for her dollar earnings. This is why the entire machinery < ti„, [gpj-i Government Is now mobilized to set ,. i; In( i of a link with the Common Market hich is composed of six nations of Western Europe — Italv France. Germany, Holland, Belgium, and Luxemburg. The group has twice lowered i istom tariffs among member countries, and ha.also cut duties on agricultural products, with the of these countries individually han • economic strides. Their strength is best refli interest which Britain, and recently Pi Kennedy as well, have shown in a: the Common Market. If such countries at and the United States must think Berk islj •; with the Common Market, little Israel must certainly do so. United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON U.S. Jews Back Lean I United Nal p'NAi B'RITH President Label A Kati %  has announced I is organizatioi -upport of President Kennedy's request |lor America's backing of the $200,000,1 loan being floated by the United Nations, Thus, B'nai B'nth underscored the | American Jewish community's attitude |toward the real value <1 the UN For B'nai B run is not the only Jewish organization supixirtirg Mr. Kennedy's proposal that the U.S A purchase Si %  million worth of the UN's bond issue; practically every major Jewish organization in the country favors thai mo' ( and. as far as iknown here, not a single Jewish or^ann^lion has joined those who oppose the mi ve Not only as Americans concerned lor the UN's ability to continue functioning, but also as friends ol Israel interested in the security of Israelborders, it behoOT American Jews to support the United Nations and its vani iprograms. One of the reasons the UN is in financi. 1 trouble—in fact the major reason—is because the Russians are responsible for the major portion of the UN whopping SI 14 million deficit. And ore area where tr.-t deficit is piling up, year by year, is along the Gaza Sti.p border with Israel, where the United Nations Emergency! Force is on guard. The UNEF deficit alone stands now at more than --' million—and will certainly rise by the end of 1968, Russia and its satellites nave never contributed a kopeck to the cost of maintaining UNEF. About the time Mr. Katz announced B'nai B'ntl.'? backing for our Administration's participation in the IN loan, a small story" ignored by practically the ent < worlds press, except JTA, reported an Israeli border incident. An Israeli farmer, at a border kibbutz along tbe Gaza Strip, had been kidnapped by Egyptians and take from his Israeli field across the border in Gaza It W the first incident of that type since UNEF has been ct guard, since late 1956. For almost six years, the situation along the Ga.a Strip has been fairly stable. Once in a great while, son e Egyptian infiltrators do try to get across into Israel 8 lands. But even those sorties are rare—and they are almost always frustrated by UNEF s uiy presence. Wait Until the Nazis See This Kramer Movie Hollywood NUREMBERG" is ** the recipient of no less than six (;< hieii Globe nominations of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. Stanley Kramer, who recently returned from Germany. attended the awards reception where I cornered him lor his views on his trip into -'enemy'' territory. Kramer told me that half of the people who saw "Judgment al Nuremberg" opening night m Berlin, applau ire and its message. Th< other 50 percent ntly opposed n< I only to thi "for the Kramer has to bring such an insulting film to Gei many." ie unrepentant followers <>f Nazism should be ed .. I en Ihej hi ir bout Kramer's next, ring ci npletion, "Point Blank," an indictment of the Germ an-American Bund ; ring World War II. The yarn is based OH an incident from Dr. Robert Lindner's much-discussed book, 'The 50 Minute Hour.'' ami a subsequent 90 m inute television dramatization, "Destiny's Tot." that created a strong impact on the viewer out the country. ( Screen play author and director of '•Point Blank, first picture that producer Kramer has not himself guio since 1954, is a u mparative newcomer to the Cl his twenties. Hubert Cornfield, himself a relugee tn.Nazism, fled with his parents to Lisbon when the benn*"! aim\ marched into France. 1 ••Point Bl nk" deals with a vicious, psj American Nazi who Is puked up In 1942 by the FBI* subversive activities in this country. Placed m a penitentiary, he is turned over to a Negro psycl ej Poitier). who gets him to talk freely about %  and causes for his behavior. Borrowi leaf from Hitler's philosopl in the Second Book of '•Mem Kampf." the Bundisl lea s expn sses hit views to the psychiatrist. "You need you. Vou and the Jews, that is. [f there is noi nite enemy, we create one We nee:! one lo blame tl on. yon are our secret weapon. Vou arc the causi unite against and you, and the Jews, more than anyo* will he responsible tor our triumph.''



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iy.'.Mondi.l6.'1962 -Jewish rkrldtoti Page 13-A Hoover Asked to Ignore N. Y. Rally r Robert King High of Miami shows proclamation dec!::rz Hebrew Academy Week to Academy officials at special mies last Friday at Miami City Hall. Left to I :el I rd, Louis Meiwitzer, ."• fh and H )i i tl ai Sholom Purim Pre gram • By Special Report NEW YORK—The Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. has urged former President Hoover "not to send a message of congratulations" to the Young Americans for Freedom rally in New York. Hoover said that although he had an invitation to speak before the group, he believed his advanced age would keep him from going to New York in March, but that he would send a message of congratulation-. Reacting to press reports that the former Pres'dent would take this action, JWV National Comm:nder Theodore Brooks, of New York, pointed out that "at no time in recorded history has there been a movement to the ric;ht, which, no matter how its founders hive declared the program in the beginning, did not socner or Liter encompass within its object: %  ;$ actions a< il be-e of race or color or creed. travelers are to be found in the hope of personal profit or of imposing their philosophy on that; of those who are motivated by patriotism, are as repulsive on the right as they have been on the lett. "We sincerely believe." Commander Brooks said, "that the reltff director during World War I. the world leader and member of the and i will furyi %  -, MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY lilorton |[c omcrs NEW LUXURIOUS LANDMARK ON BISCAYNE BAY 'TRADITIONAL SABBATH DINNER ft (every Friday) Enjoy the dignity and beauty of traditional Sabbath Dinner in the candle-lit elegance of Morton Towers i bayside dining room. Dmner music ... strolling violins ... complimentary Israeli wine. DINING 5:30 TO 9:30 P.M. • FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE JE 2 S426 %  : 'i L-:i Poems luilitiii IM Prinle Parties jr.: Banquets DANCING >N0 ENTERTAINMENT Iron J P M in the CKklail loi(c No Cent • Nc MinimHra, 'BiSeAYrie BAY At'isttf ST.:/ MIAMI K BWCH CATERING... ah JMFLOMAT Luncheons. Teas. Receptions. Banquets, Parties, Dinn.r..,. trom 20 to 2000 catered in th. manner of Th. Diplomat... an unhurri.d, %  tt.ntlve. soft-spoken service that makes an event of your occasion. %  HOLLYWOOD: WA 3-8111 MIAMI: FR 1-07B1 trtformatipri : Miss jean. Catering Manager DIPLOMAT RESORTS A COUNTRY CLUB 1700 feel of Ocean Privacy Holly wooaDy-ths-Sca. Florida Cabinet thereafter, and the President of these United States from ]<)28 to 1932, owes it to his fellowAmericans to admonish any group which has the potentiality of the Young Americans for Freedom against actions which, in the final analysis, will destroy the very freedorfftfrrr MlU.ll Hiey say ttwyTrro fii'hting." JFCS 'Panorama' To be Presented Jewish Family and Children's Service will present "A Panorama : Agency Services" at the March meeting of the Rabbinical f South 1 Temple n %  pi is intended to provide information available to tlu Jev ish c immunity through the binate. M ml thi panel will in\ executive direc[vai si mod ira... : the pro%  --. ff and board of direo • president of : %  patriotism, 1 i : !..,• .. il many fellow travelers are tobe found in the fringes of these groups. Follow War Danger Low Today, Gurion Assures Continued from Page 1-A which is a defensive ground-to-air missile. The deliveries, the paper says, will be possible this year unless Soviet • Arab relations take another of their "periodic" sour j turns.) Meanwhile, the Foreign Ministry has informed the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization that it "views with seriousness" the Syrian attack on an Israeli police patrol boat in Lake Tiberias last Thursday when two members of the Israeli police crew were seriously wounded and hospitalized. The report of the IN invt .. ing team, which has not yet been received, is understood tc have established that the gunfire opened by Syrian forces and not I the Israeli boat :iclaimed bj Syrii is I ffii ial Israeli i here stress the fact that the incidenl "ath< fir.-: in a long time in I v.Inch the Syrians employed re; coilless guns. A decree establishing a con tfon for the G zs Str outhi rn coastal portion of Palestine occupied by Egypt following tin racl War of Independence in 1948. and declaring the territory "an integral par! of Palestine lands' has been issued by United Arab Republic President Gamal Abdel Nasser, this weekend. The decree said the Palestinian Arabs in Gaza would form a national union with "the aim of restoring the usurped lands of Palestine." Most of the residents of the Strip are Palestine Arab refugees. Rabbinical Assn. In New Program Beginning Sunday, the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami will sponsor a new program, "The Jewish Worship Hour," on ch. 10, from 11 to 11:30 a.m. Host for the first program will be Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of the Israelite Center and president of the Rabbinical Assn. His subject will be "The Jewish Festival of Purim.'' •> NEW FUND-RAISING IDEA at tu to.' organizaU HOTEL Wesupi id the part) itn ...• %  '• peopii UN 5-7561. Street Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find completefacilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubalyat Rooms, be If for • wedding or a private party I at th* (filers k* # •or Information* HAZEL ALLISON • CATWWfJ DIRECTOt asm si.* coitma *•.



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llfewjislli Ftaridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY — Volume 35 — Number 11 Miami, Florida, Friday, March 16. 1962 Three Sections — Price 20* HAP JUST RETIRED Alexander Kahn, 'Forward' Mgr., Dead at Age 80 \F.\\ YORK — (JTA) — Alexander Kahn. prominent American Jewish leader and for many years general manager of the Jewish Daily Forward, died here Sunday night at the age of 80. He had retired from his post on the Forward several weeks ago. Born in Smolensk, Russia, he came to the United States in 1893. He received a Bachelor of Laws degree from New York University in 1903 and became one of Amerira's leading labor lawyers. He was a member of the New York Lawyer; Association and of the Washington Bar Association. A founder of the Joint Distribution Committee, he was one of the vice chairmen of the world-wide Jewish relief organiation. He was ; Iso a director of the United Was Service, the Workmen's Circle, the National Labor Committee for Israel, and active in many other Jewish and civic organiaztions. He was also a founder and vice president of the Liberal Party. Deeply interested in Labor Zionism, he was a member of the administrative committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine under the League of Nations. He was also a trustee of the Palestine Economic Corporation. To. gether with his wife, Sarah, he visited Israel soon after the establishment of the state, where Continued on Page 5-A 'DOING MY BEST/ ROCKEFELLER SAYS Sabbath Law Hope Soars GOV. ffOCKEFEUER suitable basis War Danger Down -B G JERUSALEM — (JTA) — The danger of war against Israel "has greatly receded during the past five years," Premier David BenGurion said here addressing a regional defense meeting of the Southern Command somewhere in the Negev. He attributed this to the •greater deterrent power of Isj rael's defense forces and the development and settlement of the j Negev." He added that there was nevertheless "no guarantee that i the present quiet will continue." (In London, the Sunday Telegraph reported that the Soviet Government is negotiating with the United Arab Republic and with Iran for the supply of guided missiles, especially of the SA-2 type By Special Report ALBANY—Hopes for "fair Sabbath" legislation that would exempt Orthodox Jews and other Sabbatarians from New York State's compulsory Sunday closing law soared here following a statement by Gov. Rockefeller to an American Jewish Congress delegation that he was trying to find a basis for passage of a measure this year that would permit storekeepers to remain open on Sunday if they observed another day as their Sabbath. At the same time. Chairman Julius Volker, of the State Assembly Codes Committee, informed the American Jewish Congress that a public hearing would be held on Fair Sabbath proposals Wednesday. The hearing was to be the first dealing with Sunday law exemptions to be held by a Legislative committee since 1933. Leo Pfeffer, general counsel of the American Jewish Congress and counsel for the Joint Committee for a Fair Sabbath Law, said Gov. Rockefeller's statement, combined with the decision to hold a public hearing, gave ground for "greater optimism than at any time in recent years that some legislative relief would be afforded Orthodox Jews, Seventh-day Adventists and others who are penalized by the law that restricts labor and commercial activity on Sunday." He said efforts were now being made to have each of the 14 member-organizations of the Joint Committee for a Fair Sabbath Law testify at the hearing. A mass delegation of supporters of the bill :s being organized to arrive in Albany in time to attend the hearing, Mr. Pfeffer said. Gov. Rockefeller's comment on Fair Sabbath legislation—the first public statement he has issued on the matter—was made to Howard M. Squadron, chairman of the New York Metropolitan Council of the American Jewish Congress, in a meeting in the Governor's chambers in Albany. "I am doing my best to find the basis for passage of some legislation," the Governor replied when asked by Mr. Squadron to state his position on proposed Sunday-law exemptions for Orthodox Jews and oiher Sabbatarians. Such proposals have been boContinued on Page 16-A European Parliamentary Unit Urges Common Market to Accept Israel Continued on Page 13-A Dr. Goldmann Cites Threat To Jewish Survival Today TO BE TURNED OOWM? PAGE 15-A BRUSSELS—(JTA)—A decision insisting on the necessity for finding a formula under which Israel could establish a link with the European Common Market was adopted here by the foreign trade commission of the European Parliamentary Assembly. The decision was taken after Economic Community's foreign relations department reported on the state of the current negotiations between Israel and the ECM. M. Rey indicated the difficulties encountered and said that they are A number of members of Belgium's Senate, representing both the Socialist Party and the Catholic bloc, also voiced strong approval here for a link between Israel and the European Common Boston Nixes Nazi's Rally; Barry Angry KVWHC1VU fl"u OWM ..* ..rf | ,_.—-. caused by the political situation in Market. The subject came up in MEXICO CITY (JTA) — The ; effect of social revolution and the danger of assimilation today pose| the most serious threats to Jewish survival. Dr. Nahum Goldmann,, president of the World Jewish Congress, told Jew ish leaders gathered | here for the WJC's first MexicoCentral American Caribbean regional conference. He called for the fullest possible cooperation of the region's communities through the World Jewish Congress in order that Jewry might "cope with IMPORTANT DISCOVERY Scholar Finds A 'New' Psalm LONDON — (JTA) — The first English translation of one of the five psalms recently found in a; Dead Sea Scrolls, an Ode to Zion,, was made public this week by the | Palestine Archaeological Museum; in Jordan. The psalm had been, previously unknown. The delicate task of unrolling, studying and deciphering the scroll.. found with other parchments in a cave in 1956, was handled by Dr. J. A. Sanders, professor of Old Testament at the Colgate-Rochester Continued on Page 6-A its grave problems and secure its survival." Dr. Goldmann addressed a public session of the conference in the Jewish Sports Club attended by representatives of ten communities, as well as by about 1,000 members of the Mexican Jewish community. Among the communities represented were Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic. El Salvador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Surinam and Venezuela. The conference also heard a demand voiced by Yehuda Ebstein, of New York, executive director of the North American executive, that Interpol, the International Police Organization, place Nazi criminals still at large high on its wanted list. In his address, Dr. Goldmann said that there had been radical changes in the Jewish position as compared with the last century, or even until the middle of the 20th century. Then the three main issues, all of which had lost their significance or had changed in character, had been: 1. The fight against anti-Semitism and the denial of esual rights; 2. Alleviating the miserable conditions in which millions of Jews had existed; 3. The struggle for the establishment of the Jewish homeland. the Middle East. He expressed the view that a so-1 lution can be found by reliance on certain provisions of the Treaty of! Rome under which the European] Common Market was established. These provisions refer to commercial policies of member countries and to the definition of a common commercial policy. the Senate as the body debated a measure giving the Belgian Government's approval for an association between the Common Market and Greece. Sen. Duviesart, a Catholic, told the Senate that the question of an Israel link to the Euromart was Continued on Page 10-A BOSTON — (JTA) agement of the Boston week turned down a George Rockwell, lea American Nazi Party, to rent the facility for week. Arena officials well that "it was not The manArena this request by der of the who sought a rally next told Rockavailable." Jewish emancipation, Dr. Goldmann said, had been achieved in Continued on Page 7-A San Diego College Planning Hearing into Rockwell Fracas SELF STYLED NAZI ASSAULTED PAGE 12-A SAN DIEGO, Cal.—(JTA)— San Diego State College officials indicated this week they planned a hearing on the incident in which a Brooklyn Jewish student attending a forum addressed by George Rockwell punched the Nazi on the jaw. The blow, delivered by Edward Cherry, a 22-year-old physical education major, touched off a melee in which one of Rockwell's two "storm troopers" knocked the Brooklyn youth down with a flying tackle and was in turn tackled by a group of students who rushed up to the stage. The student audience also greeted Rockwells anti-Semitic remarks with a barrage of eggs. The jeering students attacked Rockwell's car, breaking a window and denting It, before police were able to clear a path so that the Naxi and his followers were able to get into it and drive away. College officials indicated they were convinced that the student was "sincere and n o t a troublemaker." One official said he wish ed the students had sat "in stone cold silence" while Rockwell was delivering his anti-Semitic speech, but added that he guessed this was "too much to hope for in normal college kids." Rockwell was invited to the college by the Committee for Student Action, a group dedicated to freedom of speech. Some 2.000 students turned out to hear him. Dr. Ernest O'Bryne. college vice president, said Rockwell "spoke openly Continued on Page 16-A Pro-Nazi and anti-Semitic pickets meanwhile distributed circulars in New York, denouncing "Jewish Kosher Conservatives." near Madison Square Garden, while inside the large auditorium a large rally of right-wing adherents numbering 18.000 hailed Sen. Barry Goldwater. of Arizona, "as a possible Republican candidate for the Presidency in 1964." Sen Goldwater. addressing the rally, condemned the propaganda .-jpread by the anti-Semitic pickets. He told the meeting: "Nazi Party pickets are passing out notices for a meeting at which they say people can learn that all major Jewish groups fear and hate resurgence of American patriotism. Let me say, as a man who is halfContinued on Page 2-A H 1 f-^urirn jfi are With Purim just a few days off. you will be interested in: • Purim Features Pg. 1-C • Purim Recipes Pg. 2-C %  :..._.



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Pag 6%C +Jeist ncrH&r Friday. March 16. 1%2 Ol it a r i e s 5 20RE KANSEP -• • HMl found I..A V%  %  %  • d I %  J%  • %  • H*'h lavid *\ r.az-.g je. Surv.voing 'arSUB a .nughtei. jni -,\.. i.it h en ln< hadter. Mi • r. anil foul grajidi es were M | r>..rj • ; I.lt.^r K Services werFeb S th I: .---id. Memorial Chapel, Alton %  In New Tork Memorial ChapCity. v.,th loca -EDNARD RtBlN %  %  %  s -•-• %  Cartl H%  %  %  parent • JOSEPH SOLOMON M i : towi l %  .i-hta a Ife. E %  %  %  -an • • Mar. %  • • % %  • %  MORRIS BARG I lied Mai Hi • n ago Ir i vnei Bui Ivlng ife hia Mr* Robert K childrei Sei In •: %  • %  ill N irman%  tl4GUSSIE STREIT led Feb. T •Sh. amhere 82 years ag From New Tort i i membei I P Women and Worl i\ in*; art her t. %  nd Harr) ghter and f-•;r am • .mi. Pel ll H-.me MRS MINN.E HELFENBEIN g, oi ire \w nth • %  >.... ; Sh.calm RM • I v... -1 ,,._, ai %  B ii .mi., .,,. band Ma — %  %  *o %  %  v'l • three • • %  r.i. „ Mltnlck, and .-.\ gran. BM • were Jai • In .. n neral H.mMRS. ETTA .VALDORF • \ .. Ins are %  %  %  D srand Ion Fu%  %  MRS. FANNIE BLINDER reai d d • Mai i Sh< i Bui I hi • • Mai S r im N.-w -an I. %  : BENJAMIN SIEGLER f ISl" En ersoi %  • %  %  i i--• i Feb 9 He came hen '• .-.-> i Mi} and wa retired | BUI \ ". [fig %  flVI AM. two da ightet In • lira -. Sootin brother, a ter, 12 grandi hlldi n and 18 great-gi • W • • were Feb. 11 In Rlvi Sorm.ii DR ROBERT ROSEN '..'.. of 8013 NE '.•".'Ii "ei died J i He came hen ll >• len, N.J aiiil was .. Harm ) Elliott hi., parents, Mi Mr> ....... Ian. J* Nori MRS MINMlC ROSENBALV I .' %  %  %  ll Mr"i %  %  • %  i -.%  • Merti • re M •Mm i'. Hi mSAMLEL WEITZMAN Ith i Mar. *. He .... .. %  I. N V ... • ii. mei dar 9 i %  MORRIS BREZINSKY f .. died Mar Hi ... I> n. a; lent %  len Age each. S Ke t Ui %  • were Mai a i ..e. A %  DR. PAUL BECK %  T of : XE • %  died Feb. • N"<'.. ... 11 e of t hi .• ii %  /. i• • %  the Temi le Emanu-1 • %  ng Ifi Mai i Sei Til. N' %  : i-' Home. JACOB THEODORE :.•.'• %  Hi me hen i i %  .i e hi. Lhrei lauKhi I Mri Hi %  I' hei and thn afati r~ 1-' n in %  MRS. MARY C TUREEN '.: %  f I! -:, %  .dl-I Mi Ah %  %  -.' ram uo I Iff* Tm la ugh% .ere Mai • N- Iflu K ,f %  •* H JULES J. DREYFUSS T • W Ban Mali* %  a • came %  hei • aT n fy. N-. Hi waa •. member %  if Hu... :.;,-• •!.,. i -.1^.Mi^n,i R. ).!'...Mahi Shrini ttish Rite. S riving A%  • :• %  %  Bettyi two ions, J-rc.i and M Jack and a liater, Mra Irene Adl ---Mar '• in R in rt MILTON D. DREYFUS Hi I me hen 'i .-.. ,i• • i Sew fork • turei A f.-un. > %  r National Children'! H In charge • hapti k .tm..ng the memberi and at th time "f hi.d-ath •ir-' \i'-.prvaident, "hairman of exei itlve ateerolBg committee on tiipublli :-iation comm • %  %  Surviving arhiif>-. Paula: •• Henr} .. daughter, MrCharl Hall, and teven grandchlldreii. .%  were Mat %  In Newman Funeral Home. BENNIE J. BROWN "., of :•-.SW l.t *l died M I He %  ame here I aai ag i fron D Surviving .i'-two Bteterfi and a bro'h-r sr'. Icei don ^^lnf!al Himr. Mar. I Ir, Ool MRS YETTA KAMINSKY BW Ith s: 'iif %  %  here I! rean Bchenectady, NY Surviving arc h>-r huaband. Nathan, two aona, Henrj ..n.| Robert; four grandchildren: thretDg M.i x !-•'. ,• .-r\ %  wen Peb 11 in Memorial Chapel, lfc.ugla." -t^r I: i. %  .1. rd. SAMUEL BEHAR 11, of 324 W Hi Nev* Toi k %  .* ^ %  •. i Hi ^.I. %  %  ; | ., %  Jea i-K i 'enter Survi\ hiwife, I • % % % %  % %  ..i •• %  v Mar] Jacobs, Mrs. Sunny Ha.--., i i K.i> Shelmolth; and > n A.. Si-r\ Icei were Ian. 1 v Mra ti-! I HARRY GOTTLIEV :i. % %  • isso Collini ave died Peb ?' He i tm. h^r^ IS years agi> fron N^' V'ernon, NY H-.• a mcmli. r ol Workmen'i Circle, Surviving arthis Hilda: a brother, an.l fi\.'.. of 15" i Pennsylvania ave. died Ma: • %  H.came i.-r: •-. from Hittshurgh and was a retired merchant. Surviving are his ... %  • Rose: thr~e Morris; two sisters, Incl idlng Mrs. Eva Ronenfeld. and six grandchildren Service! were in Pittsburgh with local arrangement! b Riverside MeLOUI6 LEVY f 1001 i'..ll.n.,nMian F'.-a. h. died Fi :. _' He imhere three ago tr..ni BrookU'B, and was a retired building contractor. BorvivIIK ar.., -i-'.e:. MrJ---1i.arrick. %  ni ., brother Servlcea wen in New York with • % %  .: arrangements by Riverside Memorial • i,a %  SAMUEL S. WEINER T, of 444 L-nux a\e. dl.-d Jan. 2v her:i' years ago from New was s retired elevator operator. Surviving Is his wife. M-ir.-Services were Jan. 80 in Riverside M-' mortal Chapel. Alton nl A : • JEROME&CHULT2 ~~ i.f IS %  l:a. r il die.1 Jai member ••:' the Free Bona of Ii had been a wlntei resident here ^'| years and was a retired | and stationery sti i arner Burvli Ing ihi.wife, Bessie Servl -wen In New Y'urk City with Riverside Memorial ("hai>el in charge locall) MRS. =2 IT4 Shi %  i me here Boi DORA STONE dt.. di-I %  ago fn a member of Mar !> .Iewi-h Ho ne for thg Aged Surviving are rangrhtei Itt* Anna B Hostler ••A --.'-ri and a brothel Bervi %  %  %  %  • Mar. II Riverside Mean. -:ai Ct ipel Normand) l-i-. MRS PAULINE FRENKEL IT. of :' %  ', % %  Coral Way. died Mar. 7. %  ., mheri fr %  %  ^rgi r,i Ins Burviving are her husband, Lionel 1 %  • Esti and a I r. jo-e Bocles 8er\*lces were Mai 5 under direction "i Oord. -ri f jneral Home WALTER GOLDSTEIN IS, of in..! NE liard o'. No. Miami died Feb. 21. He came her.I %  years .i*.'" from Bi'...kyn. and .i %  irant manager Surviving re his wife, Evelyn; a daughter. M -llene two sons, Metvln and Marvin, a brother. I'an. and ., Esti %  Chickansky. Bi rvl • were ,ii Riverside Memorial Chapel Alton rd. MRS. VIOLET BIDWILL WOLFNER 82, ,.f ISO Rll .,-.... r \ ,|i-d Jan. .A winter resident f" -' %  '' years, she was pan owner >.f the Mian : Beach Kefjne] ''i :l. and had interests iri dog tra-ks In Jacksonville and Tampa She watreasurer and director of Sportsman's Park raitrack in Chicago and chairman of th, board DAVID SAKLAO fot --' %  Miami, died Mar 1 in Ho vw I I He cam.here 10 %  aiefrom NewYork and was an In>..*'• He waa %  W irld Wt ll at era n and % %  > member of Menlack <'i in i Harvard Club Servlcea Mar 2 in Rivera la Memorial i ROY B. SAUNDERS 77. of isi: : Palm ave ii ed Mai *:. He came her.'JI years ago from Beach, N.J., and waa a retired hotel operator. Bnrvlvmg is his wit.-. Pauline Service* were Mar 8 -I the Newman Ftineral H..me under in of Oordon Funeral Home. C! DR. ELIAS A. BLAUHUT .'. ea t a va died M it 1. He hi ils yeari ago r oni New V •< .n i was a dent Isl He waa m> il.-' Amei li an Dents of •' v Masons and Knlghta ol i/Ing are bl wife Fae t v r .r-. including Bern rd; and f'. i. >'. r \ i %  -A it'. •;.—id. Memorl ii Ch ipel, Sif iMBEN ERDE v.. .f i-i Washington ave., died Mar i tie came here fiv. years ag.. : New York, and wa., member "f Miami lleaeh Elks Surviving a-threi ineludmi: Mra Barbara %  • %  and si\ grandi i: ere in V- York • "it> with del %  ii Chapi I In daughters, Charlon .. Bervli •-.\^ (• \ —ide locally. JOSEPH DANZIG :;.-••, %  .• isth ave -i -i Mar. l. ; ra* b.--. !'• :.:, %  .Q from moi ,1 w-as a watchmak,-r He a member of Knights of Pythiai Florida Watchmaker's OuUd Survi-. ng ire hiwife. Irene; a son. Charles daoghter.M ra Charlotte EitnKa. --andchlld: Mix bl ithen •n* a Bister. Services veer.Mat in Overs IMemorial Chapel, F>ougla-d. r. HYMAN SANDLER i La Oorce dr died iti Ho Tex. llcame here i'. years %  from New York and waa in the real tstati b slnesa flurvl^ Lng a i e his wife. Hilda and a son. Ell Service* were Mar. 4 In New York In Riveraide Memorial Chapel. MRS. VIRGINIA L. HAWKINS Is, of si" SW 73rd pi-, died Fb 21 Shi .me herninyears ago from --: Ind. Surviving are her I, Robert M her parent-, Mr and Mrs <>. A. I'ekle a brother, and her maternal grandmother. Swere Keli IM in Riverside Memorial Chapel, iMuglas rd. MRS. LENA P. HANNOCK 11, of 1249 Dickens ase died Feh -i %  am. "-'. > -ar. ag" f ruin it hi. -i. NY. Surviving is h.-r daughter, Mrs Janice Manning. Ser\nes wers Peb .' ,t Riverside Memorial Thapel N %  '' • Fall thi Bl iils i 'ardlnala footbal i lub. Surviving re her husband. Waltei three s..n.-. Charles, William and Jack ., .la .^ht.-r. Mis i'.itii, a ArI toll, arid \*j grandchildren Servlcea were m Chicago with Riverside Memorial rhapel. Alton rd.. in charge locally. ABRAHAM A. WHITMAN '... / 11403 Quail Roost dr. !' %  I %  died Jan 12 H. <.,!-. %  here 10 years ago from New Y.-rk Cltj arid waa a utter. He waa w rid W • I veteran, and a founding membi South Miami Helghtl Civil Assi -.t are hi. wlf<. B —.I II-. H.-rberT and Irving: five children; four sisters and a brol Servile., were -Ian, 24 in P.. Memoiial Chapel, Douglas rd. MILFORO C. STEINHARDT 63, of IM0 s. Alhambra clr., I'oral I Gables, died -Ian 2!-. He came here six years ag.. frum Far Rockawa>. N Y and was president of the Allied I Hotel Supply I'urp. Surviving are hi* wife. Eva: a son. I Jay. and a grandMRS. AUGUSTA SANDLER 67. of 124" Btlllwater dr. died Jan, .'.'. .-"he came here 1" years a. Rochestei NY Burvivtag an husband. Sam. and a son. l'a ;' vices Were Jan. 23 in Rll mortal Chapel, Normandy l-i. her Meson sidM •I \ -. wen Jan 3" In m rial < 'hapel, l lougls MRS. ETHEL GOLDMAN K".. of is>;i Michigan ave died 81. She came here 1-' yekra ag. New Y",,ik. Sur\'U ing are her Riverband. Joseph; %  %  Ij i. < Ibolei i n.i JACOB KAPLAN of {JO 23rd at died Peb cam.here 20 years ago fr. York Clt) Bui ivinc it hLt.-r. Mi-. Lillian Qrubm III 20 HNi %  laughi \ i in PHILIP SOHMERS 173. of |40 SW r.tb St., dlde Mar 1 He came here 1:: years ago from Brooklyn and was a retired clothing sal.sman. He w-as a World War I .-•-ran Services were In Br(>klyn th local arrangements by Oordon 1ui.-ral Home Were K-I. 22III Chapel, Alton rd. Hlvei side Memoi ial OSCAR FINEROFF #0, -.f MCI SW 20th St., die>l Peb H He cams her,l'i yearn ago from At*n a. Os and was a chemical aupplj Wel-man He was a World War II eel -an Surviving are a son. Mar1 i daughter Mania; three bro.Leonard. thand in \tlai.ti •n har five sisters Services were with i;orrlon Funeral Home MORRIS SCHEINBERG 70, of 1128 NE 116th st died Mar. 1. He came her2*. years ago from New York and was co-owner of Budget Hardware, and former member of the North -Miami Planning Hoard. Surviving are his wife. Rose, and a son. Services were Mar. 4 In BENJAMIN H. MATES R, of 777 S\v 2i.-t rd., died Peb :i He came her.21 yearago from Pittsburgh, and was a member id thElks Surviving are hiwife, Dora; i daiight-r. Mrs Itvna Katin, a son, three Ki-andchilikfen. two sisters ami three brothers Services were Peb 26 in Riverside Memorial Chapel, I'l.uglard. BARNET LEVITT 54, of MsO SW 2"th st .lied Feb. 3 Hi cam* herl" >ears ago from Rock^illi 'enter. N.T., and was ci a ii-r a Pomerants and Levitt, tifie.l public accountant firm. HWal %  -f thN.-w V..: k Hal Assn Beth David Congregation, Mai ni, r. Zionist Orgaiilaation, I-' tltuti of i 'PA's and I >:uli ('ountj Assn ..f CPA's Burvavlng arhis Evel) I. B-; .. son, Mark Bl ial I a brother and .< sistei Servlcea wen Peb m Riverside Memorial Chapel, Douglas id I %  Were .1.11; ial ( •bap. I. Alton id daughter, Mn grandchild. Jan. frat I .-R -Sei Rivel -id. M.-ni. rMRS. HILDA S %  %  of 1500 Ba> rd i 1 ame here (2 i • %  ;.: ;.. nd a ..sab Surviving OORDON ed Jan -%  -' rs afto fron ClnI'lemi.-i of H a brothi %  Keils-in. Services -w %  r.in Clncil with local arrangements bj Rivi Mi m-i ial Chapel Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle. MRS EDITH KLIGERMAN 7V .f r,41 13th St., died Feh. 27 She ce r he-12 v.-ars ago from AtlanS' ••-. B| i.oui. Surviving i, sMn i B er v iea s wore Fen 2*i in RI >i %  !• %  Memoiial Chapel, Alton rd MRS. REBECCA S. 8ALTZ 60. of 1100 Collins ave.. died Mar 2 She came here five years ago from I'hicago and was a member of Pioneer Women of Israel Surviving are her husband. Henjamin: four brothers and i sister. Services were Mar 4 In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton rd. MORRIS ZIFFERBLATT 63. of i2i" Btlllwater dr., died Ma* I Hi came hare it years ami from Philadelphia, and was a retired neon sign manufacturer Burvlvlng are his wife, lupt Itehecca; two daughters. Including hiMrs. Marcla Stuart, and a son. Servarere Mar. 4 in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normand) Isle. MRS. NELLIE MILLIKEN S3, of 2814 ('..inns ave., died Feb. 24 She 0Mne here five years ago from New York Burvlvlng is Mila Mae schaeffler Were F.b 27 in Riverside Chapel. Alton rd. ANCIL ROVMAN 75, of 1422 NW 46th at., died Feb 2 H.cam.here 14 Akron. o and was dealer Surviving are hiwife. Qus-ii son, Al. a daught.-r. Mrs Bessie CtimmlngS, and f'.ur grandchildren Servlcea were Feb. 4 in Gordon Funeral Home. BENJAMIN JACOWITZ 74. ,,f 200 Ocean dr.. died -Ian H i am. hen '. ^ .-arago fson Ellenvilie. N \* Surviving -iih wife, Sarah; two daughters, MrGusi Landsman ami Mr-. Pannle Elseiib.rg: four sons. 10 grand, lill.1t-.-ri and from '""' gn-at-grand. hild Servlcea ". % %  • i retired produce under diiectlun of Gordon Funeral Home a gister, Servii-es Memorial DAVID VOGEL 73, of 1210 Marseille dr.. Miami Beach, died Feb. It. He came here eight l* 1 ', 'P* years ago from New York. Surviving are his wife, Rosaline, and a son, Albert Services were Feb 26 In Riverside Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle. SOLOMON VOGEL 74. of 2520 w. Broadview dr., Bay Harbor Island, died Feb. 2. He came here 22 years ago from Baltimore. Mil, and was a retired jobber of textiles. He was a member of Tempi* Beth Sholom and the Masonic Lodge Is his wife, Ruth. Services were In Baltimore with Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy IslIn charge. eOHN BERGER HO. of 1711 NW r.lst st dad I He had lived here fur 17 war,i.l was a retired watch-maker BerVISea were Jan. 19 In Oordon Funeral ll MRS. IARAH MALMUTH 67. Of Mil 4th st died Jan. If. S*!* came here 27 years ago from I beth, N.J. Surviving are her husband, William: three sons, including Mail" rice; a daughter: 10 grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren Services were Jan 21 In Riverside Memorial i 'Impel. Alton rd DAVID AXELROD 71. of ".710 SW 13th at., died Feb 21 He came her.1" years ago from New York and waa a retired school teachl ere er. Servl Conn with local arrangements liordon Funeral Home. WILLIAM BERG 70. of 1500 Bay rd died Feb 1. He came here 24 years ago from N.-w York City. Surviving are his wife, Helen; two daughters: a son. a sister. Shirley: five brothers. Including In Oreenwlch, Dscar, Michael and Aaron, and aeven to LEO SKOLNICK M of en H Traaure dr No Baj VI ige, lied l-eb 24 He cams here fl ..in New Vi.rk I 'ill and i retail gi ... :• Burvlvlng are b wife, Fannii n Berna rd a •' *' •-• MrKleanor Am-, three M Bather Beftel U reeb rothers Bert k • %  wi re V* U II Riverside Memoiial Chapel, A -ii rd M0RRI8 GALAT 76, ..f 105 NB iOSrd -t died Mai i II. came here nine yeara ago from New York and was a retired linotype operator Surviving are his wife, Bonla tw*.. sons and %  duaughtei Bervlcet were Mar I in Rlveral mortal Chapel, Normand) lale. grandchildren. Servlc. in Riverside Memorial [rd. were Feb. 4 Chapel, Alton HARRY SEIDMAN 4. of 1810 SW SJth av. died Ian IS. He came here 1 years ago from Ne" Turk, and belonged t.. the H Seeds American Legion Post •"" vlving are his son. William a ther. Sidney, and two grandchildren. Services were Jan. II In 11 l; Memorial Chapel. MRS. ETTIE BACHER 45. of 2101 Calais dr.. Miami Beach, died Feh. 24. She came here eight years ago from Toronto. Can. Surviving are her husband. Sollie; a daughter. Mrs. Sandra Hodu.-. h.-r mother, a sister and a grandchild. Scrvic.-s were Feb 2S in Riverside Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle. GEORGE GREENBAUM >'. 411 San Sovlno av. i'oral Gi li Ils l Peb 28, He i ime here elgil yeara ..>:., from New fork and retired clothier. Surviving an on. i>r Banford Green, and %  da ghter, Mrs Irving Hauptman -Ices wer.Mar. I In She was a medical technologist, past president ..f the American Cardiology Technicians Assn and .. member "f Tempi.Menornh. Surviving are her husband. Judge Albert H. Bapessteln 01 Miami Beach Municipal Court a son, Bdward; %  daughter, Buaan; four l.ioth.iand three sisters, including MiI..in Oogen. Services Wei. Jan z in Riverside Memorial Chapel normandy I.-IMRS. BESSIE KAHN 75, Of 1423 l.elloX ave.. died -l-i' She came here 24 years age from cago. Surviving are two daught Including Mis. Florence Laaik. grandchildren and one great-gl I | child Bar v ices were Jan. 2 direction of Riverside Memorial LIsV pel, Alton rd HAROLD SCHWARTZ 47, of iiHiv Garland ave Burfsi dad Jan IS lie .am.herI' ago from Wilkes-Barre, Pa ""I o ed his own public relations firm vlving Bre his wife. Theresa; a Richard; and a ilaugbti. Mi— su Ben i. ea wei • JOJI if {,v Memorial Chapel. Alton rd. ISIDOR COHEN .3. of 1.39 11th at., died Jan. 28. He %  ?',','" WS vearK *" fron > rarest "ills, N ^ and was a retired produce dealer. Surviving are his wife l'.thel; tw,, sons: a daughter: two brothers six grandchildren, and a slater. Mis* Gussie Wallach. Services ware %  1... nun" m.l%  a \ iis %  l.-.ltlrslda .,9. of came York. ELIJACOBSON 734 10th st.. dle.l Jan here ii yeara ago [rot Surviving are his Wife, a .laughter. Miss Uremia %  and a sister. Servlci were In Rivers,,!. Mem,. Ial Chapel. AH" rd. He N. wBett> ; brother Jan HERMAN SILVERSTEIN So. of 234.". NE 2nd st Mf" V ) y He came here 16 years ago fro !>> ton. <)., and wa, a retired retail fUr^ nlturo merchant. Surviving are Continved on Pab 7-C IR. li i



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1 ISABEL GROVE Golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Parness of 2435 SW 23rd st.. was celebrated on Sunday at a buffet-supper given by son Mordecai and wife, Sylvia, and daughter and sonin-law. Naomi and Jack Chernau, at the Chernau home, 178 Shore dr.. Bay Heights Married in Russia, Mr. and Mrs. Parness came to the U.S. in 1916, lived in New Jersey and New York until 1954. and then moved to Miami For her 50th anniversary, the former Rachel Schoenfeld wore a navy raw silk accessorized with simple gold jewelry Highlight of the evening, and a complete surprise, was a three-tiered wedding cake presented to their grandparents by Lenny and Suzy Parness and Danny Chernau Among the 35 guests were Mrs. Sarah Rappaport, the groom's sister. Abe Broitman, a passenger on the same ship which brought the Parnesses to this country, the Max Sheinbergs, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parness. and Mrs. Mordecai Yardeini. • Sixty years of wedded togetherness celebrated recently by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Katz Cocktail-buffet party hosted by their children, Ruth and Ben Brand, Rena and Murray Gross, and Harriet Gross, on the patio of the waterfront home of son and daughter-in-law. Howell and Ruth Kase, 3280 Chase ave. Color scheme for the evening was red, white and pink carried out in the mammoth wedding cake Mrs. Katz set off her gorgeous white hair in a powder blue linen frock and white orchids, looking charming as she danced the anniversary waltz with her husband Married in New York City, the couple came here eight years ago They have seven children and eight grandchildren Guests at the party were grandson Robert Gross and fiancee Phyllis Goldstein, and Mrs. Kase's sister, Mrs. Hattie Saffir Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laskin, 6060 SW 42nd st., will observe the 25th anniversary of their wedding held Mar. 16, 1937. in New York City on Saturday at an open house given by daughter Barbara Ann The Laskins lived in Warren. O., for 18 years before moving to Miami Looking forward to welcoming their many friends and relatives Saturday evening. • %  € Another couple celebrating their silver wedding anniversary, the Sam Altmans, of 3881 NW 1st st. Will mark the occasion with dinner Sunday at the New Fireside restaurant surrounded by friends and relatives Here for the festivities are daughter and husband, the .lark Bernes Jack is attending Emory University in Atlanta. Ga., and in June he'll become a dentist and a brand new father Son Allen, also at Emory, will be here, and of course youngest son Robert, a student at Kinloch Park Junior High Others are Mrs. Bessie Goldstein and Mrs. Phil Rubin, the former Mrs. Altman's mother, the latter, her sister — the Glassmans, Mrs. B. Baumbard, and the Ben Weisners, all of Brooklyn Sandra Cecelia Goldstein, who was Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening at Flagler Granada Jewish Center, feted at a reception Saturday night by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, and her grandfather. Mitchell Braunstein Junior guests were cousin Barry Braun, Jan Ziegler, and Barry Bush, but twisting to the music of Barry Beck and his orchestra was not confined to the very young Seniors essaying something beyond the foxtrot were Roz and Ray Berrin, Frances and Ben Trupkin. Sylvia and Herb Lustig. Pauline and Al Lewis, the David Porvins and the Ben Sterns Parents of Sandra's friends included the Moe Browns, Mac Brilliants, Harold Strumpfs, Walter Kayes, Irving and Reva Wexler. Edith and Ed Moore, and Ida and Irving Lax. • %  Our brilliant sun never looked better than it did to Rosalie and Joseph Segal last week They had encountered rain, sleet and snow every day of the two weeks they had spent in the Big Town which shall be nameless Didn't keep Roz from buying some exquisite things for the Boutique Shop which is a fund-raising activity of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach Also spent time with son Tillman and his bride of six months, Barbara, and managed a few Bioadway shows ... Scheduled to return from a 10-day trip to Hawaii this week are Mr. and Mrs. George (Martha) Schwartz Hosts on a chartered jet flight to the Fedders dealers of Florida, they had breakfast in Miami, lunch in Los Angeles, and dinner in Honolulu Leaving for an extended trip are Esther and Benjamin Boskin, of 4399 SW 2nd st. On Sunday they'll plane out for a direct flight to Israel where they will spend five weeks, followed by several weeks in Europe and then home. HC Several members of Westbrooke Country Club received unexpected birthday cakes at their tables during the club's all-star dinner dance last Saturday evening The candle-lit cakes in the darkened room brought "oohs" and "aahs" from the 500 guests as they were carried to celebrants Anne (Mrs. Sam) Bronstein, Dory Auerbach, Johnny Feller, and his sister-in-law, Sarah Feller Some of the members, including Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pomerantz, left the club for about an hour to attend a cotillion for their youngsters at Beth Am, but they returned to Westbrooke where dancing continued past midnight .. Art Bruns recognizes a winning musical format when he has it so the Singing Strings and organist Dick Betts continue at King Arthur's Court and the Tip Toppers and Win Morgan Trio hold over at the Carriage Club Mrs. Ethel Schonfeld Gerson, new party-secretary for the Coconut Grove Playhouse, is finding excitement there she hadn't anticipated Sudden illness of Peggy Wood necessitated postponement of the opening of "Girls in 509" with changes in tickets and parties planned ... But Fay Bainter is going to substitute and in the best tradition of the theatre, the show will go on The many friends of Harry Schwartz, of 1800 SW 17th st.. are happy to hear that he'll soon be out of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, where he has been for too long. if. fW t oman s WorfJ clewish Flaridian Miami, Florida, Friday, March 16, 1962 Section B Participating in Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary chairman's seminar Monday were Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Auxiliary, Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, Mrs. Inez Krensky, and Mrs. Morris Goldin. Left to right are Mrs. Alexander Kogan, reservations, Mrs. Milton Smith, chairman of the day, and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, discussing the Sisterhood's 21st anniversary luncheon Wednesday at the Eden Roc hotel. Not shown is Mrs. Jack Falk, luncheon co-chairman. 21st Anniversary For Sisterhood Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El will have its 21st anniversary luncheon next Wednesday at the Eden Roc hotel. Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be guests of honor. Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president, and past presidents of the women's organization will be in the receiving line. Included are Mesdames Joseph Berman, Irving Cypen, Jack Falk, Sherman R. Kaplan, Isadore Newman, Harry Rogers, Joseph Rose, Morris Rubin, and Milton Smith. During the afternoon, the organization will pay tribute to its patron and donor contributors. Guests will be entertained by the Temple Players in a Trixie Levin adaptation of a current musical hit. In the cast are Mesdames Ben Ball, Leonard Glickman, Murry Purim Play at Judea Ellis Robins, religious school administrator at Temple Judea, announces Purim festivities including a Purim play by the Sunday school children, will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. ^___ Koretzky, Nate Perlmutter, Rocky Pomerance and Mitton Weinkle. Mrs. Millie Draizar is accompanist. Luncheon co-chairmen are Mesdames Jack Falk and Milton Smith. Mrs. William Farr and Mrs. Henry Penchansky will be in charge of hostesses and Mrs. Morris Krovetz, table decorations. Sinai Women j Hold Seminar For Chairmen First annual chairman's seminar of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital held Monday was "a most successful endeavor." according to president of the Auxiliary. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, who also served as chairman. Participating on the panel, which began the day's activities, were past president of the Ml. Sinai Auxiliary. Mrs. Louis Glasser, who spoke on •Recruitment;'' Mrs. Morris Goldin. whose topic was "Department Orientation and Training;" Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, on "Contents and Purposes of the Evaluation Book;" Mrs. Inez Krensky, who discussed "Patient Relations and Community Relations." Buzz sessions followed, and were led by vice presidents, Mrs. Murray A. Shaw. Mrs. John Owen, Mrs. Arthur Burrell. and treasurer of the Auxiliary, Mrs. Raymond E. Feiner. Mrs. Harry Papier, director of public relations and development at Mt. Sinai Hospital, addressed the group on "The Volunteer—An Integral Part of the Hospital." Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, director of nursing, commented on the relationship between the volunteer, the patient, and nursing. Marvin J. Bostin. associate director of Mt. Sinai, addressed the group on "Hospital Administration and Volunteers." The seminar was recorded by Mrs. Aaron Farr. Registration was under the supervision of Mrs. Joseph Duntov, and seminar work kits were prepared by Mrs. Yale Levinson and Mrs. Lawrence E. Singer. Written evaluation comments concluded the workshop. Props Schedule 'Rewards 1 Dinner Props, women of show business, announce their annual "Academy Rewards Dinner of the Year" will be held Sunday, Apr. 1, in the Cafe Pompeii of the Eden Roc hotel. Highlight of the evening will be an original full-scale musical comedy revue, "April in Foolsville." Written and directed by Patsy Abbott and produced by president, Jerri Kruger Pollak, the show will feature every top national and female star currently in the area. As in the past, costumes will be originally designed with every star spotted in specially-written material for the engagement. Added highspot of the evening will be the presentation of the annual "Jerri" Award. Past recipients have included Diosa Costello, Edye Gorme and Martha Raye, with this year's, as in the past, held secret until the evening of the affair. Reservations may be obtained by calling Mrs. Laurence Jarr. All proceeds will be directed toward needy performers. The Props already have donated $20,000 to the AGVA Foundation Home in Monticello, N.Y. __



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Fcge +Jeist rUrHftr TT.CZJ. March 16. 1962 Cooking Corner Mildred G. Btllio mts mn i of urn AM Cedars Names Women's Director ': %  %  .-: %  %  V* A>-H.--; • %  I ~ I I %  •• MM pan %  raj IB(UM at i %  -.-. 1 • %  %  ; %  I %  the N Jewish Women si prorbood at Temple Su Md ... COnteer • enatsnent imeng Ben of Dade c u rrenl iprias, camfijgn to complete Use hospital. Zonta Club Benefit Revealed Fourth annual home and garden tour sponsored by the Zonta Club of Greater Miami for the benefit of Recording for the Blind will be held Sunday, Mar. 18. from l to 5 p.m The three Miami Beach estates vhicn have been made available for the day are the homes of John Hertz, jr Mr antl Mrs Robert Z Greene, and Baron and Baroness Vladimir K Von Poushental. Zonta International is a service organization of executive and profi icional women, with clubs in 'he United States and many foreigi The Zonta Club of Great• ;.- the local unit I l .— i%  ** fto e pay tnbate to the great issnl te b> adding Mher salad seasonings to the dressing before baking. Feast of Esther Cakes 1 cup pitted dates of Recording for the Blind, a r.rn profit organization dedicated to re. requested text books for l.'l.nd Etndei ixnll). HIVfR VALfcNtiMa ORANGES AND SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT %AS0 FREE ORANGE JUICE PHONE IN TOU* OIDI1S PR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Wo Pack 'em Rite Here! I Opti DoHv Sea. • A.M. 10 r.M., YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We can answer your phone in your own name. Less than $5 p*r weak for a full rime Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 1 cups shelled pecans or WMiBBtM 2 : ? cups 'hredded coconut 1 cup firmly packed light bro*n sugar 2 eggi lightly beaten Put the dates, then the no's through the food chopper, using the medium Wade. Add M cups I the coconut, the sugar, and the eggs an d mu^ thoroughly^ to a smooUi paste. Shape generous Ic spoons of the mixture into rcils about 3 inches long and 3/4 thick. Roll these in the remaining coconut. Place them an inch apart oc greased cookie tins and bake about 10 minutes, at 350 degs F. until the coconut is golden Watch carefully during the last few minutes to prevent the coconut from becoming too dark Carefully place the cookies on racks to | cool. They are very soft when they are bo: and break easily, but I become firmer as they cool. This makes about 30 cakes. Hamantashen Ceekies (Parve) Make either Prune or Poppy Seed Fflhnj I hall I each, before starting o mix the cookie dough. For Pnax Fillings ?t;r until blended 3 cups Dnely chopped. -.-.-; prunes; the :rs ec rind and ;-uice of •orar.se cup juice : : c-p :. cup it -4 table-poons fine. • to make past* This mak< • oough llii g f or 60 For P0J • r bir.e ;.r ind p<*PP> seed • I 1 •• .. 2 1 and 2 ta spoons fine, stale cake CPJ:%  <--ing prepared .: the t %  • %  "• st -• add a little more of the cm:ike a stiff paste This amount also fills 60 Hamantashen cockie'. Hamantashen Cookie Dough 4 eegs J cup vegetable oil cup sugar Juice and grated rind of "-: orange 4 cups sifted all-purpose flour 3 lessee :ouhle • actiai .•ung powder Beat the .'.rst four ingre together :r. a .arge r -._ Sift th^ .:;• ingredienti I %  ad at-t. Box mtil | x um oat on a L roll oat KB thick C it h round 3 iacll utters ?•.. ed tab k epeon of Prune or P^ppy Seed f the cer.ter of ^ :.rcle T DS ."•'"• .%  : %  dough in three teamt M ir.g to form tncortis. A bit | r. e fillmg rra.. be left to shoe Starfc icg at the top. pre;; each --m together firmly. Bake on ereased cookie tins for 20 to 2.5 250 dezF BBtU a golder, -., This recipe makes about • tashcax DEU6HT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S HNEST GIFT FRUIT Dc it the easy way-toy maiL Mail yew' orders to Deft Dale &.-;,* fcr p-or.pl ha-^l.ing. INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFR'Jlt ind RiDGE COUNTIES ORANGES If MM ta^irr U rM wmt Orwea aaaj In 'frutt protector' gift cartontj 90 lb. box $11.95 Full bushel m 8.50 fe bushel j 6.50 12 lb. sampler. „* V.75 e~-c*n % %  *! aaO antoa. Tea m*% •aat Mck Data tar aaaark oatae. WeM tacaaSa aa*w aKaet: AM IffS Vtaal at Si 00 a Canada. m Swat to laplaoae at %  uaramaae i Sa tan aaa. RICH DALE GROVES Wei radale, Ptortda 'Ww>tM Purim Seudah Sabbath Dinner \ l\ and every day M ::: %  :. .'wms&Wi i $ % %  [ KOSHER YOUR MEAT AND FOWL WITH DIAMOND CRYSTAL KOSHER SALT Three generations of Jewish housewives have) put their fullest confidenca in this famous salt for purity, quality and absolute) compliance with Kashruth. For your holiday cooking, get a fresh new box today! Bat ...... .i Best for seasoning and salads, too. The purer the salt, the finer are the flavors it brings out in food. Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt is, of course, the purest obtainable. Use it for all your Kitchen seasoning and for crimper, tastier salads. Diamond Crystal Salt Company



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Friday. March 16. 1962 Jet* 1st) fhridlian Page 3-A WILLIAMS Af>TE Hospital Unit Appoints Apte Appointment of R. Williams ,chairman of the campaign i of National Children's Car Hospital has been announced by Leo Robinson, president of • b< ard of governors of the nationally-known free hospital devoted !o the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic and congenital heart disease in children. Apte, long a member and vice president of the board of governs*] chairman of the finance committee; is active in real and investment circles. In announcing the campaign cabinet to play a key role in the fund-raising program coordinated by general campaign chairman Lee Ratner. Robinson also named two vice chairmen: George ('wiry financier, and Joseph A. Oarfield. founder of Miami Bottled Gas. National Children'-Cardiac Hospital, with new facilities alreadj nder construction in the Metropolitan Medical Center, has set a I of $3,000,0(10 to meet 11 ids of new construction and the planned expansion of services in research and treatment for heart diseases in children. North Shore BB And JNF Will Honor Wilson Ezra Finegold, chairman of the Jewish National Fund organization activities committee, this week announced that the JNF will honor Jack Wilson through the North Shore B'nai B'rith Lodge. The event will take place on Mar. 29 in the Jade room of the Fontainebleau hotel, at which time Wilson will be presented with a Grove of 1,000 Trees planted in his name in Israel, which was raised "in tribute to his dedication and devotion to B'nai B'rith civic and communal activities.'' Wilson has served North Shore Ledge as financial secretary, treasurer, vice president and president. He was chairman of a number of important lodge committees and editor of its Bulletin. Wilson is a pasl treasurer of the Florida Stale Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodgeand currently serves n giona) vice president. In 1959 To Establish Medical Center Kupat Holim and the M i a m i Business and Professional Council of Histadrut have jointly under taken to establish a modern medical center in the Negev. at an estimated cost of $200,000. Plans call for departments for pediatrics, pathology, physiotherapy and X-ray. plus a pharmacy, blood bank and rooms for general practitioners. Kupat Holim presently maintains a network of 18 major hospitals and some 1.000 clinics which care for 75 percent of Israel's population, with doctors, nurses and technicians supplied by Kupat Holim. Serving on the steering eomand I960. Wilson was chairman of II i --ful conventions held by the Florida-State Federation here. lie holds many awards from the lodge, as well as the S'.ate Federation and District Grand Lodge 5. He is also a member of the board <;f trustees of t h e B.'nai B'rith Foundation of the U S. Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-El. will be guest speaker. Miss Cammelia Kerner. young conceit -oprano. will present musical selections. mittee for Greater Miami Medical Center in the Negev are Rabbi Leon Kronish, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Harry Gordon, Max Hecht, Jacob Rifkin and Dr. Julian Rickles. A permanent plaque on th> premises of the medical center will bear the names of Greater Miami donors. Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami will hold its third annual Seder at the Coronet hotel on Apr. 22. In honor of the Kupat Holim Golden Jubilee, a noted emissary of the State of Israel will addrc-the Seder gathering, and a musical program by Cantor Charles Sheldon Kodner will be presented. tmma Lazarus Hadassah Emma Lazarus uroiip of Hadassah will meet at Washington Federal Auditorium. 1133 Normandy dr Miami Beach, next Monday ram will include a Youth Alyah film entitled "Yosef Purim Play And Barbeque Mrs. Henry Gilbert, chairman of the PTA of Congregation Yehudah Moshe, announces that the students of Popiel Religious school will pre sent a play, depicting the festival of Purim. at Popiel Hall. Sunday, al 10:30 a.m. The play will be preceded by a costume parade, with an award given td the best costume. Following the skit, a barbeque luncheon will be held on the Temple patio. 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Page 14-B +J6nisfi fk^ridiiain Friday, March 16, ig£ 2 Kahn to Chair Mesifta Banquet Reception Honors Harold Spaet Milton Kahn. religious and civic leader, has been named chairman of the Yeshiva and Mesifta Torah Vodaath annual -banquet to be held Wednesday 7 p.m.. at the Waldman hotel. Guests of honor will be Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schertz who will be recognized for their contributions to Jewish causes here and in IsLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBHKBY GIVEN tlini the underslRned, desiring to engage in business undi r th< is name of THE FLORENCE AI'AII'I'MI:NTS IMn .-••. t, Miami Beach, Ha.. ntends to eglstei i with Clerk •>( I)"I'Tuiii Court of Da l Ci unty, l! %  ILORENI E GREENBERG Snh i' 1 1 iwletor PAUL KWIT.NET I for AppUci nt 2 %  Llni % %  <:, Road i, 4 •; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  : s • %  I %  %  % %  the Cli NATH -\" I.A! \ \ BADAT %  'K I i Rd. N ""E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE Nr 55328-A IN RE % %  : • %  %  FORD CH I "EINH Wil'T | -• a It NOTICE TO CREO'TORS Ml Credit. | !'.%  ... Haw. • equir%  mi %  • %  tate ol MILFORI) CHARGES STEIN•,,iin! lorlda, to UII Counts house %  I-' % %  %  nds r monthc fi om l I the l publication hereof) or the ill be b %  %  • i EVA B1 BINHARDT, VdmlnlelraArlX ,I-Y EFRl "NMI IN %  m y for Administratrix %  list Kills'. 2, I-., rlda %  14-as-to, 4 rael. "and for their dedicated service to the Yeshiva." Yeshiva and Mesifta Torah Vodaath in Brooklyn, N.Y.. is one of the largest schools of its kind in America, with an enrollment of 2.000 students. Rabbi Pincus Briskman is professor of Talmud. A founder of Kneseth Israel Congregation. Kahn has served as treasurer for the past 10 years. He is a director of the Hebrew Academy and a member of Zionist Organization of America. Religious Zionists and Mizrachi Organizations. He was recently honored by B'nai Brith and received a citation for his record of membership enrollments. Harold B. Spaet. county commissioner and candidate for Circuit Judge. Group 1. was honored at a reception attended by 450 community leaders last week at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Public officials and civic, business and professional leaders from all parts ol Dacie county gathered to fete the long time attorney and former vice mayor, councilman and Miami Beach municipal judge in one of the first activities of his campaign for Circuit Judge. County Commissioner Alex Gordon introduced Spaet, who said that he was "immensely pleased with rhe size of the turnout and, even more, the hi 3 h caliber of the people who tended." Spaet also in his short talk urged Dade county voters "not to over : look the importance of the Circuit Judgeships when you go to the polls on May 8." observinu thai thousands of people, every election, fail to vote for the judges, Hosts for the reception included County Commissioner James H "Jimmy" Allen. Dean Claussen Hugh Emerson, George Cooper, E C. Fogg. Ill, Lawrence E lloff. man. William Segal, Samuel Halperin. Joshua Gardner and Stuart G. Newman. MIL10N KAHN Ida Miller Dies Here at Age 114 Mrs. Ida Tcby Miller. -Mamma Miller" to SO many, die:! Mar. 11 at the age of 114. She .. me ben ago from K. ... N.J., and lived ol 1575 N, Meridian ave. Born in 1849 in St. Petersburg. Mrs Milier. her bus and four small children arrived in during the blizzard oi 1886. Her husband died 18 years ago. A member of Temple EmanuEl, Mrs. Miller was a founding member of Temple Israel and the Jewish Home for the Aged in Lang Branch, M.J. She spoke several languages inMRS DORA SIEGEL ... ... tvas ;i 111. .nil" I' .!• %  %  i Surviving ar< Mrs Ann H R ton and I.. •' • II Ma MI a pi >m n< m a %  i regional % %  • -Idenl ol I tlvi m< mi., i n J" %  • ah Com >' Aaroi .• New v. rh ind K i:i>i..t^.. a broi • Phfuiee. HHverman, <*f Providence, nters, Mrs. Pannle Btone, .( Beaton, and Mrs Rosa Averman, of i o.. • : • • .v.. grand four Iri Services were Mai II In R • Memorial < 'hapel, N< rm indy Is!... eluding Hebrew. Yiddish. Polish. Russian and English, sang in all ..: them, and loved to perform the native danct Surviving aro four daughters, Mrs. Fannie Ni Mrs Han!. h Rubin, Mrs, Helen Sparber and Mrs. Edna Miller: four sons. Walter, Harry. Charles and Nathan; 17 grandchildren, 52 great-grandchildren, and 46 great-great-children. Services were Mar. 12 in RiverMemorial Chapel. Alton rd VOTE FOR AND Ei.ECT Mrs. Irene Warren FOR SURFSIDE COUNCIL PI7U LEVER 5 M \H4 II 20 "Let Irene Warren Reflect Your Views on Council' Hospital Founder Passes at 68 Milton Dreyfus, of 3415 Sheridan ave., died of a heart attack at his home here. He was 68. Dreyfus came to Miami some 25 years ago. ordered to the area following his fir.-t heart attack. He was one of the founders of what is today the National Children's Cardiac Hospital, completely free, non-sectarian institution devoted to treatment and research of rheumatic fever and congenital h> art disease in children. He is s u r v i v e d by his wife. Paula, also a charter member of Ihe hospital's Miami Beach chapter: a son, Henry: daughter. Mrs. Charlotte Hall; and seven grandchildren. 1M I'd. Adv VOTE FOR AND ELECT KENNETH A. WALIS FOR YOUR SURFSIDE COUNCILMAN PULL LEVER 7-A March 20th "Thank you' Kinneret Chapter Plans Function An Israeli night under Uie stars is the gala event being sponsored by the Kinneret chapter of Miz I rachi Women's Organization to be held on the grounds of the new i Westbrooke Country Club on Suni day at 8 p.m. Balfouria Gilad, Israeli singer • and dancer, will entertain and ofj | fer instruction in Israeli folk-danI cing and singing, with group participation. Cantors Gershon Levin and Moshe Griver, of the Coral Way Jewish Center, will offer a program of Israeli "hit" tunes. Jack Asatanowitz will furnish accompaniment on the electric guitar. An auction will also be held, featuring many articles for the home. David Binkler will be the auctioneer. Proceeds will go to child restoration. I'd. Pol. Adv. Tannen in Orlando Miami attorney Harold Tannen will discuss "99-Year Leases" at an institute sponsored ny the Florida Bar on Friday morning in Orlando. ; Tannen currently is serving as | president of Jewish Family and Children's Service. The Family of the Late MILTON D. DREYFUS wishes to express their sincere and humble thanks for the expressions of sympathy and for The contributions given in his memory. PAULA M. DREYFUS and CHILDREN HENRY I. DREYFUS and MRS. T. G. HALL IN MEMORIAM IRVING VOLKMAN March 19, 1959 Died—Miami, Florida Laid to Rest-Buffalo, N.Y. ENSHRINED FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS SARA AND THE GIRLS Q"'aM^ eville MIAMI BEACH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL PASSOVER FAMILY SEDER Wednesday Evening April 18 Thursday Evening April 19 11-75 per pe Conducted by CANTOR HERMAN K. GOTTLIEB and a Professional Choir Seville O.i.-I.cni si 3Mi Jtrt, M.om, boih per person TAX & TIP INCLUDED RESERVATIONS fOR BOTH SEDERS $22.00 PER PERSON CHIUHttN UN01K 10 $7.50 PER N.GHT RESERVATIONS: •• tllelle Polok, Cote'ino Mgr. JE 2-2511 RESERVE FOR PASSOVER STRATH-HAVEN | :—< r D*coroJW I Directly on the Oceon Ull OCEAN DRIVE • MIAMI BEACH GLATT KOSHER DINING ROOM PASSOVER SPECIALS — 3 MEALS DAILY $100 and up April 18 April 26 (8 Days) $120 and up April 18 April 29 (11 Daysl 30 ol 100 Rooms JTI Swimming Pool I00o Air Conditioned ft'naU Beach Synagogue on Premises NATHAN 0INSBURG Owner Monogement for EXPERIENCE ^INTEGRITY Re-Elect Councilman H0BERMAN TO SURFSIDE COUNCIL Pd Pol. Adv. by Commute, to Re-Bled Ci inciln I ; Il "'""" : v _> Zl



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Pay Your CJA Pledge Now Finance is their business, and these CJA workers are busy figuring out ways to finance the needs of the community. Left to right are Saul Schulman and Ronald Lipton, vice chairmen of the Banks and Loan Group; and Herschel Rosenthal, vice chairman of the Finance Division. Mrs. Charles Feinberg (left), women's chairman for the CJA General Solicitations Division, shows how it's done by soliciting a pledge from Mrs. Irving Kaplan. Mrs. Kaplan, in turn, has become an ardent worker in the New Horizons campaign. That pledge you paid to the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal is already hard at work — and there's plenty more work waiting for the dollars that haven't been pledged yet. A healthy portion of each dollar was sent immediately to that area where Jewish lives can literally be saved — the resettlement of immigrants in Israel. The number of immigrants has been rising unexpectedly for months, and financial resources have been stretched to the breaking point. But based to a considerable degree on faith in the American Jewish community. Israel has gone right on accepting these refugees from persecution even when the money wasn't actually on hand to finance the program. And many of Greater Miami's old, sick and needy are getting the help they need so badly, thanks to contributions to the New Horizons campaign of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. All who need help aren't getting it — that's true. But member agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are getting full use out of every penny of every dollar. Your dollars are at work in the antiseptic operating rooms of Mt. Sinai Hospital, where some of the best medical talent in the world labors to save lives year in and year out. Your dollars work quietly and efficiently at the Jewish Home for the Aged, bringing hopeful anticipation to weathered faces that haven't ever known such peace, security and warm friendship. The same thing is true right down the roster of Federation agencies — with dedicated people using your dollars to save lives, to renew lives, and to rebuild shattered lives. Your dollar is helping our national agencies wage their continuing battle against bigotry. Brotherhood of man is the object of these dollars, and they go far toward strengthening the moral fiber of our entire nation. Keep the dollars coming. The 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal is now entering its final, and in many ways, most important phase. The next few weeks will decide the degree of success of the 1962 campaign. Aside from i:r.,-.ncing the vital work of Federation's agencies, each Combined Jewish Appei campaign welds our community closer together, and furthers tin concept of a united attack on tinproblems which confrot The last s'.agts of any campaign are the hardest, end thi>. Is the time when rour participation is needed most. Jerry Lelchuk (left) and Myron Zeientz, cc-chairmen of the CJA Stockbrokers Group, confer with Committee members Stanley Scher, Louis Berlin •nd Herbert Blwmberg. lekhwk said a report meeting of the group will be held Mar. 21 in the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at 5 p.m. Three Greater Miami attorneys map plans for the final phases of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. Tfiey are (left to right) Sidney Efronson, vice chairman of the Professions Diosion; Harry Smith, member of the Lawyer's group; and Robert T-jurig, co-chairman of the Lawyers group. MILLER REPORTS HIS IXPERHNCIS The Need is Now -So let's Make Sure and Give Now! Some impromptu remarks at a Leadership Report meeting this week by General Solicitations Chairman Daniel Neal Heller effectively summed up not only the why — but the how — of a successful Combined Jewish Appeal. "For the second time in our lives, we actually have the chance to save lives with our dollars," Heller asserted. "We've been given fair warning, and it's up to us to act." Heller said his part in a recent United Jewish Appeal study mission impressed on him the importance JOI an all-out effort in every community in the United States. "If every chairman could see what I saw. they wouldn't rest until not only their own cards were covered, but those of every one of their volunteer workers. "That's why we as chairmen have a double responsibility," Heller explained. "We have responsibility to the people whose lives in some measure rest in our hands, and to the volunteers who look to us for inspiration, guidance, and leadership. "Now, at the peak of our campaign, please remember that virtually nobody makes a pledge until they are asked. You must sit down with potential contributors and make them aware of the situation. Now is the time to do it, because the need is there now." Daniel Neal Heller, General Solicitation Division chairman, makes a plea for maximum community support. Mt. Sinai, tht non-sectarian, non-profit hospital serving the Greater Miami community, was completed with $10,000.000 raised in the area. It has 375 beds.



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Friday, March 16, 1962 v.lpnisti FlcridFfart Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTi* :: l HEREBY GIVEN th ih. undersigned, desiring to encage In h-isinesn undei the fictitious name n ,.\| :.. K i:\ SCROLL'S PRI Ll'i" II \.\v 171 h '' purt, Hialeah in, n( |g |, %  %  %  Lid name with I hi Court "i i i;i,i. lorlda i R<" K i: v Hole 1> m i ioldm; ioUlsl In \ Pai %  foi %  • nl ... • u • mriei II lam Floi i • :: I6-2J-3 IN Tl-E CO'-'NTv JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORiD* IN PROBATE No 55158-B l.N I;I %  -< % %  JI I'll DANZK1 D, ed NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'ft, All illto inn All Pi i .-"iiHa %  C %  • %  %  inds Again, KM ial< You ... hei notll led R nLD KEXD % %  NOTICE TO CRED.TORS 'ft. All Cre.llto VII Pel Vim %  %  • • I %  n dins am! LEE H KENDALL I.KK I. \R< ILI> KENDALL Ml. 1,1 I i i %  i me In th iffl a i ...i (,... i -.in I >nde •' tvlthln six • i endar % %  i:. in i firm i>ul ... .• hi reof, r the ime will be i MARTIN i VI >N /.AMI.' Exe 'Utor Vi IN /AMI-r ,v KRAVI rZ Attorni j i <", i. in. .M Rd Mi niii Beach I :; I i. • t : I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Ni 52031-C IN RE Estati i M VI RICE .. K VPPLOW In, B %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE It given thai filed ivFinal R iiu I and Pi f II Distribution ind Iinal i'iI %  •Administrator, C.T.A. of th i iti of MACRICE I. KAPPLoW, i %  ..ml thai 'ii tiie '.'th iln. if April, 19*2, v III ipplj t'i the H %  • able i 'ount) Ju !-• of I 'ad. I for ippi • al of said Fl R, Jim i .iii.| f, r -' iution an! Hi-, harpe aA Imlnfstrator, C T \ if l. itate 'if the i bove-nanui dent. Tins 13th la) of March 116! MEYER CHAIKEN KOMMEL & ROGERS Ai torm > B I2fl Lincoln R Miami Beach 19, PI >rlda :i 1-2S. i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 6IC 13451 BARE VALENTB, Plaintiff, \ MILDRED REGINA POWELL VALEXTE, I lefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl' MILDRED KEGIN'A I'i IWELL VALEXTE P.i I. Box l II, vviiit. ii,ni--. Jacksonville, Florida. YOC, MILDRED REGIXA POWELL VALENTE. P.O. Box III. Wh I • Mouse, Jacksonville, Florida, are required i" file Men answer to 11 lihiini for divorce, with the Clerk il •in abo\. %  i'.nut. and serve :i iii.I,... i upon Olno P. Nearettl, A'torney, 910-11 Congress Bldg., ill N E 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, on or before April 1!, 1962. or else complain! will be taken as confessed i i.ii.-ii ihi. niii daj ni Man h, 196*. E. I!. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. circuit court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: EC. M. I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk 3/16-23-30. 4/S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C CARLOS C Gl'ERRA Plaintiff, vs. KM MA C. C.O.N'ZAI.EZ Gl'ERRA I 'el'einlant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti>: EMMA GONZALEZ OUERRA San Lnsaro IT", Srd plso, Apt 10 e Agulla v Crespo llat.ana. Rep, de Cuba. YOU, EMMA C. OONZAL-EZ OUERRA, san Lasaro IT", Srd plso, Apart; i". between Agulla and Crespo, Haliaua, Ri |i lie Cuba, are requ file your answer to the complaint for divorce, with th.Clerk of thi Court, and serve a copy thereof Olno P. Negrettl, attorney 910-11 Congress Bldg., Ill N.E> Ind Avi i e Miami. Florida, ISA. on ir b April ii>, 19(1, ni else complaint "ill be taken aconfessi. Dated, this 13th lay of March, ir62 r I'.. LEATHERMAN, clerk. • "Ircult Court, De i.County, Fl II. K M I.VMAN 'lerk 3/16-23-30. 4/6 LEGAL NOTICE IN --= ; CL '"COURT ;--: E F -•.-jDICIALC!RC_""OI "-_:=;•. s-ivio FOR 0*06 • %  NOT >F SUIT I* igi • .1 i • %  Ir.isl having i an: ght. I ...... v %  ire notll %  %  %  : F Ida ii %  %  %  .1 i> • ni i i. i IS FINE r % % %  ling M ii la. not •%  • %  • i igj | — : % %  • I against • u I: Ma 13. I 162, LEATHERMVN irt Dade i "ounts F ..-. B) HELEN K 1 981 I ieput) Clerk M PIN PTNE • •. for Plaintiff mti Floor Dade Federal Ride Miami i. Florida i -.ft. 4 '. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COJNTV. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55459-C N RE Esl ite il ABRAHAM Cl IHEN l ieceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS i All I e lltors ind All Pi rsoi Hav%  i ims BI I >em inds Againsl Bald Eat its Vou ire hereby notified and requii ...i • present any claims and demands which you may have ag i i the i state ••" AUK VHAM COH IN debased late "f Dade County, Florida. Count) Judges of Dade C >un %  tJ ,. .-, tilt ti ime in theli %  >'"'"• % %  In ti 'ountj lurthou )e ii Da la ount) Florida,, within six calenuai months from the date of the iir-t publl itton hereof, or the same will i, • ban ed DAVID ROLL-IN Administrator >f Eetti'.e of Abraham I 'i-hen PAUNCH, FINK &• FORMAN Bj Sanford B. Faunce Attorneys fur Administrator 110! c ingress Bulldinu Miami 32, Fla.—FR 1-5471 3/16-23-30. 4/6 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 552S6-A IN RE: Estate of CHARLES HARRY AXELROTH l ieceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Yuii are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against ., estate of CHARLES HARRY AXELROTH deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges ef Dade County, and file the .same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.10, Florida Statutes, in th.-ir offices iii the County Courthouse ni Hade County, Florida, within -is calendar months from the time i.i the fiist publication hereof, or the s Ifm V ill he lial red. bated at Miami, Florida, tils 14th day of February, A.D 1962 la >U V NAIl'K' i As Executrix HKKN'STKIN & .MIl.l.KK ii. Milton Miller A ttorney for Execui i i\* IIII Congress Bui .Mi. uni, Floi Ida 2/23, 3/2-3-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COLR T OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA \ ANO FOR DADE COUNTY N CHANCERY, I %  %  CE BY PUBLICATION s.w Wasl • \ %  \7. %  ISil N V\ n. D.C., inswei i" the Cm """ l,, e ve Co %  and serve Me. !' Negrettl, C ins us i ildg.. Mli '. April Iii. ..... mi il \> : i..lak.-ti I .. Dal ii .'• Mlai i. r I irl %  i, this th ; i. if M irch %  L.EATHERMAX 'lerk, rt, Dad i ;. K M : VII \N : i.-,. in :: 16-23-30, I 8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. iN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1433 •. -A MARION M VN. \ Ji %  !:;. LOW M VN I .fen I.int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE IESSE JOEL LOWMAS !. !• i : .x i Si AI sustlne lorid i V ,.:. Jesse l" l I > man. are herenotified thai -ill "• •' P %  •> 'I for Divorce hai n filed ngnlnsl vou, and \. >n are required to servi a [•op\ of your Anew Pleading t.. the Hill nl 'omp M ni the Plalnl Iff a ittorney, G j e A. O'Brien, '-'L':: Aragon Avenue, Coi i I Inbles, rbirida ml filethe %  Iglnal Answer i r I'lendIng 'ii the offli of the Clerk "i the Circuit Cum i on n before the Hth ,i.,. nl April. 1962 If Mm fall to 'I" s.i." ludgment b) default will be taken il you for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks 111 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 12th day of March, A.D. 1961 E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, in :u court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: HELEN KE8SLBR, Deput) I GEORGE A O BRIEN 223 Aragon Avenue i 'ma: Gables, Florida Attorne) for Plali •: 16-23-30, 4 I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C:RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1779 BERNARD A. W1EDER Plaintiff. MAXINE R, ADAMS Defendant. MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE TO; MAX INK R. ADAMS Address I'nknown You, MAXINE R ADAMS, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Mortgage Foreclosure has been filed against you. and you are require to serve a copy of youg Answer r,r Pleading to the Itill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, BERNARD A. W1EDER, ESQ.. 40T Lincoln ltd.. Miami Reach. Florida. JE 8-W66, and Hie the original Anewer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court "ti "i" before the Ktnd day of March, 1962, if you fail to do so. judgment by default Will he taken against you for the r el i e f demanded iii the Bill ni" Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED a) Miami. Florida, this 19th day of February, A.D. 1962. B. It LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: L BNEEDEN Deputy Clerk BERNARD A WIEDER E8Q 4ft? l.in. tin Rd I %  i.'h. flu. JE i Attorney for Plaii t, 13, I 1-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIML u.nt,Ui i OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1768 JUDY BAIL RYDER, Plaintiff, vs. 1RANK I >EI A'l'l'K RTDER, I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOC, FRANK DECATL'R RYDER, 524 TAMPA STREET, ORLANDO, I'I,A.. ari-'iirffii'i..\ you. IIATEI > Februars 19, 1962. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) B) N A HEWETT Deputy Clei 2/23, 3/2-11-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1774 CL1NTI iN F. WELLS, Plaintiff, vs. LORA N WELLS, I lefendant SUI 1" FOR DIVORCE TO: I.' IRA N, WELLS Roberts ll I, 134 No, Baum si Saglnaw, Michigan You, l.i'ia N. Wills, arc hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, an.l you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading t,i the Bill ni' Complain! on the Plaintiff's attorney, Winter and Goldfarb, 507 Biscayne Bldg., I" West Flagler St., Miami. Florida and file tl rlginal Answer or Pleading In the office of th* Clerk "I the Circuit Courl on or before the 23rd day of March, 198 II v..a rail ti. do s.i. Judgment b) default will I"taken ngalnsl you for the reII, I demanded in the Bill of I oniplalnl Thi. notice shall be published once each w <. k for t • weeks in THE I EWIsll l-'l.i IR1DIAN. 1 '\ i: \\|II ii:l lEREI' .ii Mi. im this 19th da) "i February, A.D 1962 K P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, iti 'urn i. I lade i 'ount). Florida is, ah B) E H l-AN'WAY. Deput) Clerk WINTER & GOLDFARB '.i'T Biscay ne Bldg Miami. Fla. B) Max A Goldfarb Attoi ne) for Plaintiff I 23, 3 2-9-16 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! "pJewisti fhrkttoun solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial lit 3-4G05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55082-A IS RE Estate of MINNIE Rl'BIN Dei cased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS !',. All i 'reditors and All Pel sons Hav' ing Claims or Demands Against bbid Estate v re hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which \i'ii may have against the estate nf MINNIE Rl'BIN deceased late nf Dade County, Fl la, t.. the County Judges of Dade Coun u, ami file the same In duplicati and as provided In Section 735.16," Florida Statutes, in their offices In the tv Courthouse In Dade Count) Florida, within six calendar months from the lime of the first publication hen %  ..f, or the same "ill be b Dated al Miami. Florida, this lith 1 day nf !•• bruary, A.I v 1962. ANNA GALE As Administratrix First publication of this notice n the 13rd day of February, IstH A BCDD CUTLER Attorney fur Administratrix IlHj Alnsle) Building 2 u, :: iM.-n; 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 il. PARR. Plain! iff, vs. WILLIAM ALBERT PARR, l lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WILLIAM ALBERT PARR 11 Tx Fairmont Av enue Slierbrooke, Quebec, Canada V..I1. WILLIAM ALBERT PARR are hereb) notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answet nr Pleading to tinHill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, I-'INK I:I. AND ELKIN, Bis Hade Federal Building, 101 E. Flagler Bt., Miami 12, Florida and flic the original Answer ni Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th day Of April. IMS, If you fail to do so. juiiginriit by default will he taken againal you for the relief demanded in the Itill Of Complaint. This notice shall lapublished once each week for four consecutive weeki in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miara Florida, this L'Kth day of Fehraur. A n 1911 K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida (seal I By: K. M. I.YMAN Deputy Clerk :i J-9-l-tl NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of REAL-ART STCDIOS at 2211 N.W 39th Ax. Miami. Fla.. intends I register said name with the Clerk if Florida. %  he Circuit Court of Dade County. SCULPTURE ARTS. INC. (a Fla. Corp-) Sole owner REIGEL, TKITKI.M AN". ALBERT Attorne) t for Applicant 1462 w. Flagler St. 2/28. 3/2-9-16 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 File A-20495 MOTICE IS HEREBY B1VEN Nathaniel W Slegel holder of Clt) 1 Homestead Tax Sale Certificate N 38719 Issued the 2nd day June, A.D 1'i'x. has filed same In no office, and has made application for a tax deeil to be Issued thereon. Said Certlfli ••• embraces thi following descrll proiierty In the County ..t I... • Stal ..f Florida, to-wlt: I.,.: 6 Block '. Fread's Vddn =-' Plat Book •'• Page 182 in Se lion 13, TOM nship '-7 Soul h. Ram r %  hi I "I:'. ol Home> lead, I' ..: I lade, State of Florida The as.. ..in. ni .-I said pi under the said certlfii ati wa In n.i : L'nknown L'nless said i ertlflcate shall l" ri • deemed according t" law, the propert) described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House dooi nil the find Mon la; In the month of April, 1962, which is the 2nd day of April, 1962 Dated this 28th day "f February, 1962. E. P. 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A COLUMNISTS PUffl/M VISION "dfewish'ElOridian Why Hanum Decided He "._ ; Florida. Fridav Mnrch 16. 1962 Section C IftUSt I/6SI1 OV Mil llIC JCl Miami. Florida, Friday, March 16, 1962 1 Museums Swap Purim Megillahs For Exhibition mr By Special Report NEW YORK—The Jewish MuMum of the Jewish Theological .veminary of America and the Beyalel National Museum in Jerusalem will each interchange for ext.bit four Purim scrolls (megillahi). representative of rare items in each collection. I The overseas exchange of out-i rtanding objects, a first-time venlire for both museums, has been initiated to celebrate the Jewish Museum's annual Queen Esther I urim Ball on Mar. 24. The theme of the affair this year is "Purim jn Israel." On the night of the ball, the re• ciprocal exhibits will open simultaneously in New York and in Je-I jusalem. A Purim scroll or megillah is QM Book of Esther from the Hebrew Bible, handwritten on parchroent. often richly illustrated and 11 otected by an elaborate case, de-1 signed in the style of the period 1 d country of origin. It is read in | the synagogue on the occasion of j Purim, this year Mar. 20, a festival' itlebrating the escape of the Jews Jrom annihilation by Haman, a minister of King Ahasuerus of J 1rsia. The four scrolls selected for display here by the Bezalel National Museum offer diversified examples c illustration. They include a seventeenth century megillah, one .; two extant, with engravings by frfclomo di Italia, one of the lew known illustrators of megillahs; i < handpainted megillah from t ace, eighteenth century, a megillah with sepia drawings, Italian. 1700; and an Italian megillah, seventh century with copper engravings and ornaments colored by i and. All the illustrations arc 1 ited for their vivid use of color and exquisite attention to detail. Ihe scenes depicted are appropri. 1 :o the story of Purim. and much u ir.ade of the significance of such I gures as Queen Esther, her uncle, rdeeai, King Ahasueru>, and ji. man. In the book of Esther, there is no reference to the Deity. Although, traditionally, the HeHand-painted eighteenth century megillah from Alsace is one oi four sent by the Bezalel Museum of Jerusalem tor exhibit at the Jewish Museum in New York in honor of its Queen Esther Purim Ball on Mar. 24. brew Bible is not illustrated, artists have freely decorated the Book of Esther when in scroll form, making it the only biblical book in Judaism in which the text is accompanied by pictures. Among the items selected by the Jewish Museum for exhibit in Israel is the only known example of a megillah with folk art illustration The interpretation is naive—Haman appears in the form of the devil—and the style primitive. It is German, eighteenth century Another interesting item is the case of a nineteenth century Russian megillah. Silver filigree on gilt ground, it contains the imperial double-headed eagle of Russia with the monogram N I, assumed to refer to Czar Nicholas I. Completing the Jewish Museum selection are two seventeenth century scrolls, partly engraved and partly hand painted, one Italian, and one from Prague, signed by the engraver. Franck. The concurrent exhibits of the scrolls will remain on view in New York and Jerusalem lor an indefinite period. Rabbi Pleads for Elevation Of Adult Education Standards "The time has come when the adults of our synagogue communi-' ties must raise the level of their 1 Jewish learning.^so that it is on a par. proportionately, with that ol j their children." So spoke Dr. Joel Geffen. national director of community education of the Jewish Theological Seminary, at a recent conference sponsored by the United Synagogue of America. Southeast region, at the Carillon hotel. Dedicated to the major challenge of adult Jewish education, the conference featured an analysis of the Conservative movement by Dr. Bernard Mandclbaum. provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, who showed "how crucial it is to draw upon the past in cider to make maximum use ol the tools of the present.'* Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti, of Temple Menorah, led the assemblage in a study session which preceded Rabbi Mandelbaum's address, in which he analyzed a series of Biblical verses, with the delegates following the text on specially-prepared notes distributed to participants. Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, made a stirring plea for a "multi-pronged attack on ignorance at every level in our congregation." Describing a program which he leads at Beth David. Rabbi Shapiro stressed "the need of keeping high standards forever before the congregation so that people will be motivated to fill in the space that exists Derations." Rabbi Morns Chapman, of B'nai Israel C ngregation, St. Petersburg, noted that a variable approach to adult education "is needed so that every possible avenue can be explored." He put particular emphasis on "the concept ol study as an integral part of prayer." "Judaism, said Rabbi Chapman, "has always recognised that study is a lorm of worship, and the inclusion of selections from the Mishnah in our traditional prayer book is dramatic evidence of that fact." By DAVID SCHWARTZ Haman wanted to destroy the Jewish people because Mordechai didn't kowtow to him. So we are told in the story of Esther. But a Talmudic midrash tells us something more, which explains why he really had it in for Mordechai. Mordechai had given him a job. That, especially now that he was Prime Minister, Haman couldn't take at all. 1 once knew a Jewish soldier who had trouble with a buddy who was anti-Semitic. He had no peace with him until he banged him up. If you smack a scoundrel good and proper, he will respect you. Give him a black eye but don't give him a job. 1 have a suspicion that, with most professional anti-Semites, if you could trace the full story you would discover that they were indebted to Jews, Jews had befriended them. Henry Miller of "Tropic of Cancer" fame, tells in one of his pieces how he was at one time down and the only one who came to his aid was a Jew. who had previously admonished him for writing antiSemitically. The Nazi. Goering. was an orphan brat who was raised by a Jew. and we know what gratitude he showed. The German composer. Richard Wagner, admitted that it was his stepfather, a Jew, who was always helping him. yet Wagner was a bitter anti-Semite. Personally, 1 never suffered much from anti-Semitism. Here and there, little pin pricks. The fact is. as I look back. 1 can recall better instances of philoSemitism, of a kind of exceptional friendship with non-Jews. I don't think this is strange. I think Ruth and Naomi may have liked each other a little more because of their different backgrounds The intelligent may find differences add a kind of zest, just as one likes an exotic-flavored wine. But there was one time when I did encounter a Haman. It was when I was a very young reporter, a good deal of an itinerant I stayed in one city just long enou;-: get the fare to the next Once, my father was ask. re I was and he said he didn't know but he thought I had missed a town in Oklahoma. During the period. I came into a strange town and I'll never forget that a Gentile, a total stranger, finding I had no place to sleep, improvised a bed in his shop. He had no pillow, he apologized, remarking that "your ancestor Jacob slept once in the open with a stone for his pillow." I thought that was very nice. But. as I say, one time I did meet a Haman. I blew into a Texas town with a total capital of $1.50. I paid one dollar for a room at what was called a hotel, and then proceeded to the office of the morning newspaper. 1 asked the city editor for work. "We don't work here," he said. "This is a newspaper office." But he gave me a job. Drawing me closer, he said in a hushed voice, "1 would advise you to steer Continued on Page 3-C Senior Judaeans Conclave > Map One hundred Senior Judaeans representing 12 chapters of Southern region Senior Judaea in Florida. Georgia and South Carolina are expected to gather in Jacksonville from Mar. 23 to 25 for their annual district conclave according tc an announcement released by Elaine Brunker, of Jacksonville, District 2 chairman. The selected theme for the conclave is "Israel—Land and People. Events of the conclave incline educational sessions, workshops. Shabbat services, business sessions, and the final banquet and dance. Planning and preparations for the conclave are under the chairmanship of Miss Brunker in cooperation with Mrs. Bill Goldman, adult I conclave chairman, and other memI bers of t h e Jacksonville Zionist 1 Youth Commission. 4LJ J. 1 Center Children Mark Purim Two-hundred children In the early childhood development proall four branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community ter trill celebrate Purim on Tuesday, Mar 20. at 10:15 a.m. Children will wear costumes representing the characters ot the rie Megillah. Shalach Monos will be prepared, and brought home by the children. Pleased with the progress of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital s new spring campaign are these guests and officials at a reception for new staff members: Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. Women's Division chairman (left), and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Auxiliary president. They are joined by Col. Nat Rood (standing left) and hospital president, Samuel T. Sapiro (right), to greet County Commissioner Chuck Hall (center), one of the .officials who attended the reception. ._.._.. Pen Players Will Perform Here The Pen Players at Dade County Junior College will present "The Man." suspense drama by Mel Dinelli. from Mar. 21 to 24 at the Northside Shopping Center Audi• torium. 7900 NW 27th ave. Arthur Chassman. former technical director at the University ol Miami Ring Theatre and Drake University, will direct. 1 w Malek MiQmi Beach a1l0rney# acce pt s an award aSl'SvfrS^^lSKi !" Knight of the Month" from William Reimer. chancellor Dond I Ge rge H U ?mg F s 0 .on commander of the George Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pythias. and Lucita Mora. 1 Some 500 persons atten ded the recent testimonial affai r^



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Friday. March 1G. 19S2 Jewisti Fk>rMiaul Page 3-C Weissenborn Has Hat in Ring Miami attorney Lee Weissenborn has announced that he is a candidate for state representative from Dade in Group 2. Dade county is entering the .greatest period • of growth in its history.' Weissenborn s a id, 'and if its potential is to be fullyrealized we must have capable, responsible and agi gressive leaderlip in Tallahasi see." WtlSStNBOKN Tne 3 ,. vear 0|d attorney said he fell tha; all public officials, local and state, must content rate in particular on guaranteeing a favorable political climate which will attract industry to Dade. "We are now taking the first sieps to secure clean, efficent and economically valuable industry to cur county. Wc must do more than just continue these belated efforts. V>< must do everything possible to make industry here a certainty," he said. Weissenborn, his wife. Judy, and their two children live at 2201 SW 90th ave. He is past president of both the state and county Young Democrats, past commander of the Coral Gables American Legion Post, and was chairman of the recent national convention of Young Democrats at Miami Beaah which featured President Kennedy as one of the speakers. Wolis to Make Surf side Try Kenneth A. Wolis, 30-year-old practicing attorney, has announced his candidacy for Surfside Town Council. A resident of Surfside for five | I years, Wolis has served as secre-' ; tary. vice president and acting • president", ofthe Surfside Civic! Assn., and' is presently on the Surfside Planning and Zoning Board and the Surfside Volunteer Fire [ Department. He is a trustee of the | Knights of Pythias and director of the North Dade Bar Assn. Wolis is basing his platform on "youth, vigor and the will to get things dope." He will work toward: "Reduction of the town's public debt; rapid completion of the new Community Center; better drainage facilities; additional sidewalks; and cleaner beaches." National USY 4 President Slated Daniel Siegel. of Arlington. Va., will keynote the 11th annual United Synagogue Youth convention of the Southeast region of USY at the Di Lido hotel on Mar. 30 to Apr 1. Daniel, a senior at Hawthorne School, Washington, D. C, was elected to the national presidency at TT5YT national convention rast December. He is now in his fenth year of study at the Arlington Fairfax Jewish Center, and hopes ta spend his junior and senior years of college at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Siegel will arrive in Miami BeacTl on Mar. 30. His keynote address will take place at the Sabbath service that evening at 6 p.m. Some 300 delegates from four Southeastern states will attend the convention, whose theme is "Justice, Justice, Shalt Thou Pursue." Why Haitian Decided He Must Destroy the Jews Continued from Page 1-C clear of that fellow Wendell, over there. He doesn't like Jews." I wasn't going to worry about Wendell. He could go to the place that rhymes with it. I thought. What was worrying me was how I was to go about having my meals until the end of the week, when I would receive pay. But SAMUtl MAIR Blair Announces Candidacy Here Samuel Blair, 524 Valencia, Coral \ Gables, has announced his candidacy for the House of Representatives from Dade county, Group 1. A resident with his wife, Stella, of Dade county since 1949, the 44year-old Blair is a salesman, and is affiliated with the Democratic Party. Blair believes that "a revolving fund for loans to qualifying high school graduates of Florida public schools should be established." He has also called for "trade and technical colleges for instruction in space age industries and general trades and crafts; possession of firearms without a valid permit should be a felony; a law should be enacted causing all holders of drivers' licenses reaching age 70 to rass a physical and drivers exanu nation." for the immediate present, I soon discovered that was no problem either. The city editor wanted me to go that evening to accompany a group of the town's leading citizens on a possum hunt, and there would be plenty to eat and drink. In fact, I discovered that's mostly what you do on a possum hunt. What hunting there is. is done by the dogs. I wrote a story about it — in a semi-comical vein — telling, for instance, how the city postmaster went along on the possum I WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM hunt, because he knew most of the addresses where the possums were to be found. The next day I found they liked my story. But how was I to eat? I sat in the city room wondering. Then my eyes shifted to this guy Wendell. I wondered what had made him so antiSemitic. What evil thing had Jews done to him to such a point that, if I approached him, he would bark at me like a bull dog or maybe even take a bite at me. Suddenly I got a crazy idea. I went up to Wendell and asked him if he would lend me $5 until pay day. He took out a five-dollar bill and gave it to me. "Come with me," he said, and I accompanied him to the press room, where he got another $5 from the Typographical Loan Fund. Ten dollars in those days was about the equivalent of $50 today. After that, Wendell and I were the best of friends. He always called me Rabbi, and I called him Deacon. You see, 1 let him do me 9. favor. the modern flameless electric way! $T% CLEANERI There's no fuel grime to stain walk anff ieHTe fln eW ins No soot to blacken utensila...they keep shining bright. Your whok* family will love the "lace hanky" cleanliness of flamelese electric cooking. §rS COOLER I PoU and pan* come into direct contact with the electrio •range heating element for speediest cooking without waated heat. You* fcitchen stayB up to 16 degrees cooler in the summer. ST'S SAFER! 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Page 2-B +Jeisf fieriJi^r Friday. March 16. 1962 Cast of the skit, "Women's Branch Showcase," presented at the annual conference of the Florida chapter of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations ot America included (left to right) Mesdames Abraham Seii. Kneseth Israel; Saul Kalchman. Young Israel; Abraham Auron. Young Israel; Charles Inslar. Beth Israel; Saul Weger. Beth El; William Swimmers, Beth El; Minerva Cohen, Beth El; Max Rappaport, Beth El; Frank Fine, Beth Israel. Not shown is Mrs. Samuel Ersoff. Mrs. David Lehrfield was chairman of the conference held at Beth Israel Synagogue early this week Douglas Gardens Purim Party Better Than the Donut." with Mrs. Nadja Perchikoft speaking for the Residents" annual Purim festival Mrs. Sophie Reiser 8aJ-y*ar-old affirmative site and Norman Litat Douglas Gardens. Jewish Home f)oel 0 f Douglas Gardens, will reschftz :•>: MM negative, u tor the Aged of Greater Miami. CU(? and 3 deb3 ; -Hamantasr is held will be held on Sunday at 2 p.m More than 4(1 residents, whoso average age is 82, will participate in this year's program, assis by volunteers from the Nation.!'. Council of Jewish Women v throughout the year, direct the residents In group activities. Highlighting : h e performance will be special Purim selections by the 14 voice resident choir b> Mrs. Sally Manne; selections by the dance group, choreographed by Mesdames Anne Schwartz Ella Abbott and Joan Ablin Sehe: and pianist Hortense Ball; and an original Purim skit directed b> Mrs Lily Stone. Mrs. Turk Will Be Seen Hare Mrs, Harold Turk will do a "oneman" show of "Dark at the Top of the Stairs" at a tea for prospective life members, new and old life members of Brandeis University. National Women's Committee, at the home of Mrs. Sol C. Shave. 1300 Biscaya dr.. Surfside. on Friday. Mar. 23, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Turk is the founding president of the original Greater Miami chapter, an honorary director of the Miami Beach chapter, and is presently a member of the national program committee A drama major in college, Mrs Turk has appeared before many Miami audiences. A one million dollar drive in three years for life members, supplemented by the Goldfarb gift of one and one-half million dollars. ] helped complete the library at Brandeis University, Reservations for the life mem bership tea should be mane by Mar 20. according to Mrs. Solonun B. Margolis. president of the chapter, MRS. HAROLD TURK 'Mellah Mother' Certificates Regular luncheon meeting of tr.j Islanders chapter of Women American ORT Will be held \i day noon at the Seville hotel "Ml la Mother" certificates wi I awarded Center Dinner Dance Southwest Jewish Center anntu! dinner dance will be held Saturday night. Mar. 24. at Michel's kosher restaurant Harry Gochman is in charge of reservations New! AM all purpose cleaner with ammonia cleans everything j from the floor up! • • • • CLEANS LIKE A WHITE TORNADO —the first all purpose cleaner good enough to be called Ajax! You'll see a white tornado of power that cleans everything in its path. Even corners, where dirt and wax build up, come sparkling clean without scraping. And you don't need to rinse! New Ajax All Purpose Cleaner with ammonia leaves a fresh, clean smell that proves it's really dona the job! ly 'he Mok.n e' F't'ichmorr. i Y,m Unsalted (Sweet) Margarine Made from 100% Corn Oil $ Contains liquid corn oil! x£ Ideal for high-polyunsaturate diets! ^xldeai for restricted diets! s^xIdeal for low-sodium dietsl £xOn!y unsalted margarine made from 100% corn oil I r.PRTicicn l/neuea CERTIFIED KOSHER Look for the Green Foil Package in Your Grocer's Fkoztn F00t> CASE ires IN VOUR OROCRR'S RROZBtN FOOD CASE WORTH lO* T* Tat Staler: For each coupon you accept it our atthonttd (font. •* will pay you III* fact value plus usual handlmg charts, provided ru and your customtr hava complied with Iht ttrms ot this offer; ;"htr application constitutes fraud. Invoices showing your purchase of sufficient stock to cover all coupons redeemed must be shown upon rejuest VjiJ if prohibited, taitd or restricted Your customer BUJH pi. M| 50l4i j. Coih value l/ttth of I cent Redeem only though ur representative or by mailing to Standail Brands Incor•orated al P 0 Bot 293*4. C.ncmna'i Ohio Offer good only in United States. This coupon expirea on June 14 1962. IT: ONE COUPON TO A FAMILY


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Friday, March IS. 1962 *Jewisti fhridlikiir Page 11-A Inaugural Dinner as Prelude to Truman Decision By LEON ELL The day after my meeting with President Truman. I left for home and. upon my return to Miami Beach, told Mrs Ell and a few close friends of the" conference with the President and the ensuing invitation to his Inaugural that I had to turn dawn. My friends criticized me for refusing a Presidential invitation and said that I could go to Israel at any time. Mrs. loll strongly urged me to accept the invitation. I was still hesitating when, a tew days later, I received a telephone call from Mr. Ehahu Epstein, head of the Israeli Mission m Washington, D C Mr Epstein laid that he was informed of the conference I had with the President and of the Inaugural invitation, and urged me i accept, since I was the only Zionist accorded the attention ot Kclclu Jacobson, and that I should stay with Eddie Jacobson for briefing. (Eddi". like the President keenly disliked the Zionist leadership and pressure groups.) In response to all of these urgngs, 1 wrote a letter to the Presient's secretary. Mr. Ross, inorming him that I had changed iy plans about going with the elegation to Israel and, if the naugural invitation was still :ood, I would be honored to atnd with Mrs Ell Specnl Dr*s The following day, late in the ternoon, while shopping, our paid rushed in breathlessly, tellI Leon £11 is a long-tune Muxmian. is an active traveler and writer. fost special interests waive about %  nh history and the State of fall, He is ti:e and'or of numerour felts on both these subjects some ihich have appeared in The Jew Flcndian A mtfotuuly-ftttouTi jublican Part} leader he was p \i:-i b\ President Eisenhower to ( 'it the L S at : • Ijitemationmefugee Teai tall; Geneva He t lent Zioi Th %  Pai I II ri'i i on V Ell %  • ieu> of the juiu! moment '< %  id rlie founding THE AUTHOR AND PRESIDENT TRUMAN ing me to hurry home because the White House was calling. I returned home promptly and got Mr. Ross on the telephone, who told me that he received my letter and that it was his pleasure, on the instruction of the President, to forward official invitations to me to attend all the Inaugural functions, further describing what kind of dress was necessary for each of the affairs. One requisite to the Presidential dinner was a cut-away coat, which I did not possess. Mr. Ross said that I should be seated with Eddie Jacobson and his family, adjoining the President's table. The prescription of dress necessary for the various functions created a problem I could not find a cut-away coat in any of the clothing stores in Greater .Miami. I finally solved my dilemma by calling my brother-in-law in Chicago, and he sent out all the paraphernalia from Marshall Fileds there. I then called Eddie and told him that I was coming to the L: 20 I MAGIC NUMBER FOR SAVERS There's a time-honored custom among Savings institutions of allowing a full month's dividend earnings on savings received by the 20th of the month. This 20 day grace period allows you to pay those bills that come around the 1st of the month and still open or • dd to your account in time to earn a full month's dividend, WASHINGTON FEDERAL has always been happy to extend this courtesy period to savers. Why not open or add to your account at any convenient WASHINGTON FEDERAL office on or before the 20th f this month. Your tarings will tarn dividends from the 1st. FEDERAL *.** SAVINGS anil LOAN ASSOCIATION-OF MIAMI BEACH 1701 Meridian Avenue • 1244 Washington Avenue 1133 Normandy Drive ] All Officai: JEUerum a-4S2 l lr.lrd CnlJ fill drill JAckitn 4-ltTT JACK O. CO*DON ATHU M. COURSHOM g at— ttmmmmt %  %  > %  %  %  % %  Inauguration, but that I had no hotel accommodations. Eddie assured me that he would provide hotel accommodations in an adjoining room to his at the Mayflower hotel. And so he did. A Pivotal Breakfast We arrived in Washington. DC on the nth of January. 1849. (he same day Eddie Jacobson arrived. We spent most of the time together in conversation involving matters close to both of us. Eddie told me that he had a breakfast appointment on the 18th of January with President Truman. I asked him whether it would be possible for me to join them. Eddie said that it would not be advisable for the simple reason that any discussion which would take place between him and Mr. Truman would be on an informal basis "between Harry and Eddie He assured me, however, that he would relay my anxieties to the President — namely, the de Jure recognition of Israel and a one hundred million dollar loan. Eddie said he would briny back an answer as soon as he returned from the breakfast engagement. About 9 a.m.. that morning. Eddie called me into his room and told me that President Truman had assured him (1) ot recognition de Jure as soon as the Israel Knesset elected a president, and (2) that the loan to Israel would be granted ten days trom that date—although the amount was not specified. It was indeed encouraging and happy news to relay to the people who were keenly interested. Subsequent events proved Eddie Ja-I cobson's information of that morning to be one hundred per-1 cent correct. The Inaugural dinner was most impressive. The President honored Eddie Jacobson by coming; over to our table to greet Eddie, his wife, and daughter, and incidentally, us too. Eddie Jacobson expressed a desire to meet Mr. Epstein, head of the Israeli Mission. So, while relaying the good news, I told Mr. Epstein of the need of a luncheon where Eddie and his Kansas City friends could meet Mr. Epstein, and the Israeli Mission. Changed His Mind The Mission House had no accommodations for serving food, so I arranged with a fine caterer to serve a cold cut luncheon and drinks at the Mission House for twelve people, which included all of Jacobson's friends from Kansas City as my guests. Eddie Jacobson and his friends were introduced to Mr. Epstein and spen: some time with him. It was after the luncheon at the Israeli Mission that Eddie Jacobson told me the story of the circumstances that led up to MiTruman's changing his mind, first from an independent Israel to a trusteeship, and then back again to an independent Israel. This is the true story and should forever put a stop to inventions, tictions. fables and sagas as to who was responsible or had anything to do with United States recognition of the State of Israel. NEXT WEEK: The Facts Revealed Dade Heights Masquerade At Dade Heights Jewish Congre. gation's Purim masquerade on Sunuay at 11 a.m., prizes will be given for the best costumes. Choir rehearsal will be Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Adult discussion group, Jed by Rabbi Harold Richter, will meet Wednesday,, 9 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weinstein, 125 NW, 196th St. / Plan to give and serve the most cherished whisky! Seagram's V.O. is considered by so many mayvinfm to be the world's finest whisky. The character of thi3 great import from Canada is unmistakable. No whisky so light was ever so brilliant in taste. No whisky so deeply satisfying was ever so much at home throughout the world as Seagram's V.O. SEAGRAM'S IMPORTED %  S. •*• %  it %  %  • — •**" %  "i „,.../,,..... KNOWK EV TUEOOMPANYIT iXEPS Imported in the bottle from Canada. Seagram** V.O. Canadian WhUky-a blend of selected whiskies. Six year* old. 86.8 proof. Seagram-Distillers Company, New York City.



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Friday. March 16. 1962 vJtmlstt fhrktor Page 5-CFROM THE TALMUD 263. Pride and the Proud Midrash Eleh Eilterah. The Trees and the Scholars When God created the trees. | • v a re' higher and higher. They I %  niht. hi their pride, that nothing I i hall their grou'th; but the P lost their 'arrogance U'hen Cod I ,1 it m the mind of man to I -_ : .ln.'ti iron and mal(e ares. men of learning became over1 lent, and did not beu'ail the action of the Holy Temple. laid to themielves We are \ important than the Temple shall lead the u % %  1 in the of the Torah a'! tee shall %  >: %  Ml till ,. i ., ,1 promp Env to prohibit • rachmg of Torah ami I tr rxecu%  the men %  • ; Tins %  %  .-.l Km their pride toffl BTWpj V? niinx nisnxa omij ,'DPOT nx t*rfl fr"flj x*?i ,na nrn*? -194 7 *l3a?in 293 *rnnxan niaxrr irian irwr npp "TO ^ V3 1 ? DVwf"T trirtfia ux n-ay 1 ?] nii3?r&ri nirian '.jna D-a^n N-rmg oft crK-jip $ paa ift -Ji-ft DViyn V aa •.nnan T i a 948 -xa3 H ,n"^nTX3 TMNSMTIOIV RABBI SAMUEL MENDELOWITZ Hollywood Beth Sholem "Do it yourself.'" This fad is sweeping the country and you. too, perhaps have become involved. In hours of leisure, you can find a tired businessman or a harried housewife building a wide variety of household objects. It might be a chair, a bookcase, or even setting asphalt tile on the floor. In our prophetic portion this week, there were bigger stakes at hand. When King Solomon was about to erect the Holy Temple, he invited Hiram, king of Tyre, and all his people to help him. Everyone was offered the opportunity to take part in the construction of the Temple. The people were divided into a number of groups — the wise men. the priests, the mighty men. and the poor. The wise men chose to build the southern wail But. they were too busy thinking and philosophizing about life, and so. they sent their slaves. The priests asked permission to construct the northern wall. But they were involved in their own ministry, and so they sent their servants instead. The men of means and prestige sought to build the eastern wall, but they had not time for it. They. too. sent their slaves. One wall : remained — the western wall. The poor were granted permission to build it. With great joy. they "did it themselves." When the Temple was destroyed, all walls crumbled — all but one. Even today, you can see the western wall — the lone rampart that remains. The truth applies with equal force to the life of our spirit. No psychologist, pediatrician, teacher can bring up your children for you. The wonderful things in life — love, hope, loyalty, courage and confidence, cannot be achieved for us by others. Tzedakah does not consist of signing a check but of giving something of ourselves. The progress of our synagogues does not come about simply by reading or thinking about it. It is achieved by the "doers," not the "sayers." We get out of life only what we give of ourselves. No one else can talk us into "how to live" or "how to do it." There is just no substitute for our own doing, our own living. Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of th*irlateness. 0 AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. RabDi Isaac ever. Friday 6:16 p.m. Saturda) s SO a m Sermon I'urlm." M la) liur. "Tli.. Fascinating Htor> of Reading of the Mi ; p.m., and Tuesdaj RABBI SAMUU MENDHOWITZ ... no substitute KJCHOW lJfW f Remembrance." Meglllah readl ig, Monda) 6 10 p.m. and Tuesday 1 3 a.m — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or. thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. — • — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. I rlday 6 p.m. Saturday 8 SO a m. Srrmon: "The Inventory of l.it.-. — e — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. — • — BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday t a.m. Reading o( the Meglllah, Monday evening .mil Tuesday 7:S0 a in. — • — BETH TORAH. 104tn si. ..id NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. baum. Friday 6 an.I 8:80 p.m. Sermon "Purim." Baa Mitavah: Sherrle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Liefman. Saturday vt."> a.m. Ba>r Mltivah Warren Kate, son ..f Mr. and MiMelville Schott; Gary, eon ..i Mr. .iiiii" | ii"i l This page is prepared in cooperation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbincal Assn. RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITi Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Gems of Wistfom tion is read from the Bible (Deut. 25:17-9) which bids us to "Remember" (Zachor) the evil Amalek who attacked us during our wanderings in the wilderness and to blot out all remembrance of this vicious foe. This portion is read because Haman is a descendant of Amalek and Rab explains (Yerushalmi Megillah 25) that since the Bible says: "And these days (of Purim) shall be remembered and | kept." (Esther 9:28) they should remember the deed of Amalek before celebrating the festival of Purim. Generally speaking, one must never celebrate a victory before remembering the terrible toll of tragedy that was encountered before the victory came about. Since the first word of the Biblical text which is read on that Sabbath is "Zachor," the text itself came to be known as "Parshath Zachor" as did the Sabbath on which it.is read. .____. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday and vi:> p.m. Sermon: "Preparing f"f Purim." Saturday S::'. a.m. | Bar Mltsvah: K.nntth. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Koenigeberg. Hauling "f the M.-Kiiiah by Jacob Behlff, Monday T p.m. Tuesday 7:80 a.m, "i:o<>k ni Bather." — e — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Oavid Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. FYi.lay •> an.I s:;:u p.m. Bermon: "The Story of Purim." Saturday S" a in Sermon: "The Call "i tod — e — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday K and 8:15 p.m. Sisterhood I Sabbath. Sermon: "what of the Pu' ture?" Saturday B:45 a.m. Bermon: i "Portion f the Law." — e — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643B SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday vi". p.m. Bag Mltsvah: Joan. | daughter of Mr. and Mra. Ben Wlienthai. Reading "f the Meglllah, Monday evening. — e — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zuckrr. Cantor Abraham Reisman. Friday 8:10 p.m. Bermon: "Ancient anil Modern I'urlm." Saturday 9 a.m. Bermon: "One Mual itrmember to Live." t'.ar Mltsvah: .lay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wucher. Purim services on Monday T p.m. and Tuesday 7 a.m. — e — TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. i Friday i::t p.m. National Council ..f Jewish Women Babbath. Sermon: "Education for Life." Louis Bchwartsman, executive director ""* Qod Allow Humanism'.'" Saturday 10: r. a.m. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NV\ 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Hsnn* B. Wernick. Friday B:80 p.m. Bermon: Rnm e n as brances." Saturday :80 a.m. I — e — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Watimm ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi lrvma)< Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 Ne 19tn .*. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Should! Lincoln Kuckwell have the Right Us Speak?" TEMPLE JUDEH. 320 Palermo ave, Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Fridav 8:16 p.m. Guest speaker. Mr* Sidney Lewis, president of National Council "f Jewish Women. In honor of Council s'abbath. Saturday 10:3* a.m. Has Mltsvah: Suzanne, daus^iter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wolpo. Monday 7 p.m., Mesillah reading. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th s. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday S:1J p.m. b'ermon; 'Turim. id; Reverse." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon;) "The Portion of the Law." TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovita. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon "Mordecai| the Jew — the L'nbendlng Believer HaMltsvah: Mellnda. daughter .if Mr and Mrs. Morris woskow Bat •• day 8:45 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Gilbert* .-on ..f Mr. and Mrs S..I It Bdwarda, — a — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAVr. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. RaaOl Benno M. Wallach. Frlda) vi". p.m. Bermaal "Purlnfl Values." — e — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miaiil ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Frlda) S:80 p.m. Sermon: "The Paall Week' in the I.htht of the Sc hi if. the w.ek." Oneg shuiiiiai host: Sisterhood. Saturday '.' a.m. Sermoog "Today's Torah Beading and the Con-, 11 ;.ii\ e Interpretation." — a — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 9311 Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabOl Leo Heim. Friday B:lfi p.m. <:irl Seoul Sabbath. Sermon: "Self Sacrifice An Integral Part •>! Flee Men" Satuiclav I • i.. — e — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th !V Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wanman. Friday ::: p.m. Sermon: "The Mur-ssl Law of Sacrifice." HUH Mits\ahs) Bllssa, daushter of Mr. and Mrs Jo*. eph Hevker. Saturday 9:30 a.m. KIK Mltsvah: Marshall, son of Mr. .


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Page 6-A •"JlpH/sf ncridffor Friday, March 16. 1962 Six Jews Killed in New Algeria Riot ALGIERS— attitude toward a relatively insignificant minority" He asked, "What if Russian Jews do establish contact with Jews abroad? What even if some of them decide they wish to live in Israel? What harm can this do to the monolithicCommunist regime? Other smaller, weaker and more precarious Communist states have managed to withstand such batterings." Mark M. Greenblatt (right), a Department of the Air Force civilian from Miami Beach, receives the 20 year service award from Col. Thomas S. Bond jr.. Pacific region commander for the Air Force's Ground Electronics Engineering-Installatior. Agency at Fuchu Air Station in Japan. The award was made "in recognition of faithful service to the Federal government. Greenblatt, chief of the Air Defense and Navigational Aids Inspection Branch tor GEEIA, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Greenblatt, of 126 8th st., Miami Beach. t V ; LORD CALYEKE tola %  >'49 Hv '•' fr\*mwm %  t.FNDED WHIMCer %  %  '%  %  i r .i W i r j5 Honor your Purim guests with the American Whiskey of Distinction! ZPJRDCALVEKT Uncompromising people make Lord Calvartf discerning people enjoy It. For Lord Calvert fs the rare combination of delicate yet definite lightness...a soft mellowness achieved by the masterful blending of America'! greatest whiskies and spirits. Truly, the American whiskey of distinction. The L'Chayim Whiskey



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Friday. March 16. 1962 +Jewlst> ffrriJforj Page 3-B \ Community to Honor Mrs. Grossman On Her Retirement from GMJCC A dinner in honor of Mrs. Ethel Grossman, upon her retirement af' 1er 20 years of service to the community, has been arranged for Sa-; turday night, 7:30 p.m., at the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Known as an outstanding authority in the field of preschool education, Mrs. Grossman served during these years as county supervisor of the Early Childhood Development program of the Greater i Miami Jewish Community Center. | Reservations for the dinner are being taken by Mrs. Melvin Shrago. During her many years of leadership in the Greater Miami area, Mrs. Grossman was recognized as an authority on the pre school child. Starling in 1942, when she i Flamingo Chapter Dinner Party Flamingo chapter. American [edical Center, will have a dinner party in the Deauville hotel on Sunday. Following a cocKtan party in the Cnariemagnc room from 6:30 to 7:30, the group will have dinner and see the show starring Brenda and Jack Carter in the Casanova room. Flamingo chapter is one of seven local chapters of the American Medical Center, a non-sectarian hospital in Denver which treats cancer and tuberculosis patients —.out charge. According to Mrs. Ben Warhaftig. rionor chairman, and Mrs. Murray Levrant, president, 100 persons are expected. was called upon by the Federal government to open and supervise a nursery school at t h e Miami YMHA under the Lanham Act, Mrs. Grossman went on to develop a high standard of operation. One of the founders of t h e Florida Assn. on Children Under-Six, Mrs. Grossman now serves as president of its South Florida Section. She served as a member of the Metro committee to draw up a provisional ordinance for licensing organizations serving pre school children in Dade county. She served on the Florida State legislative committee and attended the 1961 session of the Legislature to promote action for raising standards in pre-school programs in Florida. She also gave leadership to the community as chairman of the child care committee of the Famil> and Children's Division of the Welfare Planning Council. She led to determine the needs lor serving children in programs outside the home. Her late husband. Maurice Grossman, was widely known in t h e community a? ;he executive director of the Miami YMHA for many years. MRS. ETHEL GROSSMAN Flagler-Granada Carnival Flagler Granada Sisterhood is sponsoring its anuual Punm carnival on Sunday, 12:30 p.m., at the Flagler Granada Jewish Center. Program will include food, games, and a country store. Purim Party At Folk School The David Pinski Folk School will celebrate Purim on Monday evening at the Farband Culture Center. 842 Washington ave. Children will participate in the program of Jewish and Hebrew recitations and songs, humorous recitations by Philip Nashkin. a reading about Purim by Max R Astor, and community singing anI der the supervision of Mr and j Mrs. Ben Yomen. Cultural chairman. Mendel Cho| mitz. will preside. Beth David Will See Color Slides Next regular meeting of Beth David Sistei ill be W< day, 12:30 p.m at .-; % %  ct r Hall. r a tricf business mei cted bj Mrs. Max Jacobsor,. ent, Mrs. Seymour Kaplan, will pi Ainslee Fen .< attorney, fit si icr vice commander of the Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans. Ferdie. who served as past commander of the M .. Solomon Post 243 of JWV of Coral Gable, visi a program which includes a taped interview with ; George Lincoln Rockwell, ol • lington, Va., and ecu red slides oi the America! Nazi Party. General discussion w.il follow. sncoo 25 Mrs Barbara Twersky. N. Warnock St., Philadelphia. Pa won S25 for her tasty parve Vegetable Steak.. FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE And delight your family with the dish you make! All you do is submit your favorite recipe for using Wolff's Hash*...for stuffing chicken, derma ...making knishes, varnishkas, soups... side dishes with onions, chopped mushrooms, peppers or any other tasty use lor this all-time favorite. YOU GET $25.00 Send your own original recipe with a Wolff's Kasha box top to: Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, N. Y. We will pay $25.00 for every recipe published; nut every entrant receives a FRtt Kasha Cookbook and all recipes bt come Wolff's property. J VEGETABLE STEAKS 1 1 cup cooked Wolff's Kasha. 1 can mixed vegetables I egg, beaten 1 small onion .1 tbs. cooking ow 1,4 cup matzo meal 1 tbs. salt dash pepper mm l can diced mushrooms (optional) Mash mixed vegetables. Add beaten eggs. Kasha and seasoning. Brown onions and mushrooms slightly In oil. Mix. Then add matzo meal and mix thoroughly. Fern Into six large patties and fry. Arseenfsr \\ Wolff's Creamy Kernels (grits) Kasha W Gravy Kasha Soup (te&ciOUlBrown Buckwheat Groats ORT Schedules Garden Mart Southeastern Florida region cf I Women's American ORT will bring :o Miami its first Garden Mart on Tuesday at the Roncy Plaza Gardens. Lunch will be served from noon to 2:30 p.m Continuous fashion shews are scheduled all afternoon In addition, there will be a Wishing Well, from which guests may fish for prizes, a handwriting analyst, booths featuring handicrafts, wearing apparel, and an art exhibit. The Garden Mart will open at 11:30 a.m. Closing time is 5 p.m., according to Mrs Samuel Avarach, chairman. Proceeds will go to ORT's project which provides for accelerated short-term apprenticeships for students with some high school or college education. Sandwiches love NEW Hit TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yea, there's Yom Tov spirit in this fine tea.. ."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleas* ore with your fleishigs and tnilchigs and between meal refreshment ... And so do cheese omelets, canapes .. whatever calls for cheese. Here's a distinctive nutty cheese flavor unlike any other. Obviously imported. Six individually foiled slices per pack. Try Swiss Knight slices ... tonight! Little details that spell glamour—small gleaming treasures for your handbag, of lizard cr alligator textured golden mylar beautifully crafted by Rcsenthal and Sons, and guaranteed against peeling or cracking. (a) Large triple frame French purse, (bl French purse, (c) Cosmetic case fh cigarette lighter, (d) Cigarette ccse with lighter. federal tax SMAU LEATHftT COOPS, AIL FIVf 6l/MM!vf'S STOWS. IN IMAM!, STREET FLOOIt AISLES Of fASHXN.



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Page 4-A +Jew I sifhrktian Friday. March 16, 4962 "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.. ExecutiveJJditor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU tel — Tel Aviv Israel RAY U EINDER Published every Friday slice 1917 by The Jewish F1oridis.il at 110 N K. Sflxth Street. 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 Juvlsh Floridian does not guarantee the Kashruth of till i l! advertised In It. column.. SUBSCRIPTION R A TE S : Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 11 Friday, March 16, 1962 10 II Adcr 5722 Assault on Education A youthful Brooklyn % E : 1 j E h v. ew the sad c. :1 is • I .,-... like are pre.: \-.e Rockwells among us consistently hope to encourage. For it is behind the disguise of sporadic outbursts of public disorder that the militant-minded subdue the democratic way of life and take over. Nevertheless, if it had to happen, the Brooklyn youth's way with Rockwell was a welcome comic relief from all the serious consideration the U.S. Nazi "bigwig" has of late been receiving. We must, however, add parenthetically that we hope it doesn't happen again. • • • Is the State of Virginia's approach to the problem any better? The Legislature there is now in the process of revoking Rockwell's Nazi Party charter. The move certainly indicctes good intentions, but it is a common truism that governments can't legislate evil out of existence. More than this is needed if Rockwell and his henchmen ere to diseppear from the American scene. Education is, of course, the best way to deal with bigotry in any form; and the specifics c: bigotry are never as important as the fundamental lessen we must all learn: Why do men hate? What motivates them to want to do harm to their fellow-men? Get at the answers to these questions, and v.-e will have made of the fortress of prejudice ir. all its iorrr.s a sand barrier easily amenable to the final cssault of intelligence. For the answers will shew that different forms of bigotry ere really minor variants of a single disease. Thus it is that those who dislike Jews in all likelihood also dislike Negroes, that interreligious enmities breed class enmities, that national antipathies suggest the willingness to do violence against the general social order of man. Having recognized that the State of Virginia's current legislative moves against George Lincoln Rockwell show good intentions, may we also suggest that Virginia's assault upon its public school system as a means of circumventing the integration rule of the Supreme Court of the United States demonstrates the revoking of the Rockwell charter to be a vain and purposeless gesture? Legislating Rockwell out of business is naive if the same governing body lawlessly denies its people the right to a free elementary education because in some cases Negro and white Americans will be seated side by side in the same classrooms. For where, indeed, does hatred begin and hatred end? *XV*> to destroy the Jewish people. The Book of Esther, known to us as the Megillah, highlights Haman's downfall and the triumph of human dignity. There is a lesson here for Jews of the present. In our own nation. Godless bigots are busily at work even now, setting race against race and people against people. Taking their cue from tyrants of the past, they are performing their evil works in the name of God. What these bigots never seem to learn is that the end of hatred bears bitter fruit. Emulating the tyrants of the Megillah in every respect, they will surely come to the same end of Hcman — and of all Kamans who followed him in subsequent history. Tribute to Mr. Fisher The Jewish National Fund Council cf Greater Miami will pay tribute to Mendel N. Fisher next Wednesday evening at the Fon:;leau hotel. The Jewish community here will thus be joining Jews across the nation in their tributes to Mr. Fisher on the occasion of his recent retirement as national executive director of JNF. Twenty-eight years is a long time for any man in any position. Over a period of 28 years, Mr. Fisher has dedicated himself to the purposes of the Jewish National Fund — to the gathering of funds for land reclamation in Israel, for the planting of forests there, for the rebirth of the country's neglected sands into the green pastures and fields of Israeli productivity. Twenty-eight years is near half a lifetime. Thus it is that for just about half his own lifetime, Mr. Fisher has worked through JNF to help achieve these ends. The End of All Hamans The story of Purim is based on the Book of Esther, which deals with the efforts of Haman, bigot and arch anti-Semite of his day, to compel everyone to do homage to him. When Mordecai declares that he can do homage to no one except God, Haman decides Today's 'Grand' Gesture Two former Nazi physicians were severely sentenced in court several weeks ago for crimes they committed during the Hitler era. Literally, before the "convicts" could be escorted from the court by their guards, the judge commuted the sentences. He explained his curious action this way: The poor little Nazis have already suffered so much that carrying out his own verdict would simply be unfair to them. As we see it, this is denazification in the grand manner. And it appears that the German attitude is these days becoming grander by the minute. r m iiunt' ym.j*ammQtmu*mmm during (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN %  T WAS all arranged -weeks %  in advance. Some favored friends were to visit last Saturday evening. I had been looking forward to the easy relaxation and the never-ending talk about music. Then JFK floated into town. Somewhere high in the clouds of soulful reverie. I received the f : „ message faintly at first. In the beginning, it was a vague restlessness I felt, which took the form of barely palpable reaction to the increasing frequency of news releases concerning the President's proposed itinerary and program of responsibility ht:i I always find this kind of thing distasteful because personality rerjorting is made at the sacrifice of far n n portant column co\erase: and so. a< a matter of course, I tried to maintain the :ice between me and the .-tir of circumstance. F..,; it was all vain: I km -t from thi ii rung that n:> S ly ni it ai talk music the wake of tl Horny Fit i By near mid-week, were cam n i!" %  it on : i tl i r made. T. follov ed i phone < alls to • ; Secui name ol execul • I >r V'hat is tl • %  of his v i u re : mad i. %  ; qua! member of the pr se rtfxrrv wo s:. HUMOK • 'HEN CAME THE S i s irn i .. i • ai II •. K Sen. £ hers, in whose ho: thi ostensi ly bin i : %  tical praisi n thi Senator has alierl vote! down a goodly shart of thi I resident's legislative program for gr< ss during the past half-year or so? But never mind that. Who couid think of such serious things at a festive occasion, when gaiety and laughter were meant to be the order of the evening? A wise colleague, for a moment sinfully serious himself, wisely explained the dilemma my speculation raised: "Politics."' he suggested, "make strange bedfellows." Stunned by this kind of straightforward rationale, no less than by the magnificence of the thought. I could respond with no equally wise rejoinder — save to compound the complexity of my initial consideration by an even more profound reminder: "And Sen. Smathtrs," I recalled, "is a JFK confidant to boot.' 1 4 SUDDtM MANIflSTAVON Of HISTORY UUE STOOD shoulder-to shoulder in our chore as aisle-makers. Some" how. the number of bedazzling women, gowned and jeweled to kill, increased in our midst to form two new lines before us. A longtime journalist, assigned to follow the President in his travels across the nation, explained easily and somewhat unkindly the sudden proliferation of non-authorized, feminine onlookers. Thi.-. he tied to the profusion of out-of-state congressmen and lieutenani governors in the exquisitely packed ballroom beyond us. A photographer. in a conci it 11 complaint, fa -• %  ally described to all the view his 135 mm lens n ade of a plum] icting the line of fire. The influx ity sheriffs I as well, to toral proportions, all ; I firmly shovinj rearwai I Th< • rature jumped b) i rpa ha I • well* d to ini lude n u tfa i Ihe Fourth Estate. Jim Fa a by now tin w son campaign literature to rei emerged n n tei soles high abov< thi groui I ai | Idling to ci a foothold, t husky poli< emen es : %  rne from tl iron Defeated in a bnel • hampion Jerr; %  • :. he was ling a re *ake cameras and I bull -. The wail to as %  Mr. Kenm kled into midst, his slits "i eyes pern the i &bout him in •< kind of n probii The reacti unmistak • the pal] m catapulted into he mid tory not yet num. ra iNfAuiEiuiY of Msrwrs TOTS THERE is A selfcontaii r of breeding the Pr It quivers in lh< set ol th nt of his and even in the boundless bob of his sandy hairline. He walks near-floating fashion — perhaps on prescription fiom his White House physician. His demeanor demands that he be taken seriously aftermath of photos of him here in loafers, tee-shirt, and comfol khakis notwithstanding. He has personally grappled with Khrushchev. I thought, conferred with Macmillan, listened to Adenauer, heard the whine of de Gaulle — and would yet slug it out some more. In him lies perhaps the destiny of mankind, this youth to whose own destiny history was being particularly tender. He said nothing Saturday night, which seemed sad, for the President should always say something — even when he must engage in politicking on a state level. To be told that he was delighted to be in Miami Beach "with Gov. Bryant, under whose leadership (Florida) has moved steadily forward." was to be told no more than what could be found in Mr. Kennedy's vow that in the "monumental" space effort, "the contribution of the State of Florida will be second to none." Would there be memories of my broken Saturday evening, the FBI-Security phone calls, the long hot vigil, the proliferation of perfumed ladies — all as prelude to the President before us in the antechamber for the press? Yes—especially of the invocation later by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Barry, who invited "good Baptists and Methodists to visit St. Patrick's tomorrow morning" — also tendering with great hesitancy a separate but equal invitation to "Israh-alc is." said in lie* of Jews, a word over which he seemed to gag. and which he could not retch up from his restricted throat. The President attended Mass at St. Joseph's on Sunday. Men bound to the destiny of brilliant stars are frequently infallible — even in their most minor decisions. J



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Friday. March 16, 1962 *Jw/rf Fkridftori Page 7-B ^ luncheon for the Women's Division of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital at her home, on La Gorce dr., to he'p rcise funds for rompleteion of the upper three floors of the hospital. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. William Lehman, M13. Herman Sonneborn, Mrs. Pearl Trost, Mrs. Levy and Mrs. A. M. Childs. Women Receive Cedars Awards Five local women h.~vt received the gold Life Guardian and Godmother Awards from Cedars of Lebanon Hospital for community service, it was announced this week by Harold Dunsky, director ol the Cedars development fund. Named Lite Guardians were Mrs. Philip Ettinger, 2301 SW 4th ave.. Miami: Mrs Harrj Zuckerman, Morton Towers. Miami Beach; Mrs. Birdie Childs, 560 VV. 49th st., Miami Beach; Mrs. B. S Kallen, 3131 Royal Palm ave.. Miami rid Mrs. Shirley chertok, 6580 Santana. (i ral Gables. Mrs David W. Levy, of 5926 La (, %  vi dr.. Miami Beach, was desi] .i Godmother for her generosity to the building campaign and ponsorship of a "Harvi Health heon ;.: which 100 percent ot the attendees enrolled as ccntributi rs I ih< Cedars building fund The tour women received gold medallions dec rated with the Cedars of Lebanon cadeuseus and inscribed with the appreciation anci thanks of Cedars' president, Samuel T Sapiro. Following the last concert of the Surfside Music Society in Sk'.ar Auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid. the audience of some 5C0 music lovers was pleasantly surprised when Barbara Hcberman, daughter of Surfside Councilman Louis Hobermcn and Mrs. Hobermon. invited the audience for refreshments in honor of her parents' 21st wedding anniversary. Dndc county public schools, will be guest speaker. m. ,n.L Mrs. Seymour Silverman, vice Women's committee of JFCS has scum ol Modern Art ol NE 19tn ulcm 0 membership, is chaircompleted plans for a spring mem> of member! M „,„ ,,„ v ,,.,,„ Mra M „ klI1 JFCS Women Planning Drive bership drive anci art exhibit to be based on a "bringa-new-member'" man Of the day with Mrs. Melvin theme. Frumkes assisting her as refreshheld Monday r.oor. a1 Miami Muineme ments chairman, and Mrs. Lawsl A; Horowitz, art director for !ht rence Kline as program chairman. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital women boost their new "HarvestJor-Health" drive to obtain funds for completion of the top ihree floors. Mrs. Jack Furman (left) is seen at a coffee telling Mesdames Harry Zuckerman. Nathan I. Fleischer, and Phillip Ettinger that the new non-sectarian hospital will alleviate the ted shortaqe and provide additional research facilities in heart disease and cancer. Pleased with the fund totais is Harold Dunsky, director of the development campaign. Art Holds Sway At Purim Fete A visual interpretation of the Following the traditional MegilSiroll of Esther will be presented 'f reading, di r\ e ?. b > .K^ 1 „ ,, Mayer Abramowitz. Mark will prein honor of Purim at Temple Me^ Jhe S)()ry of Esther ^ unusual norah on Monday by Nchcmiah w oodcarvings. Mark, noted wood sculptor. Ahasuerus. Haman. Esther and Mordecai will spring to life in an exceptional blend of primitivemodern art forms while Mark interweaves the story of the deliver ance of the Jews from oppression by Queen Esther A selection of Mark's woodcarvings. depicting other characters of V /£S*fc^^^^^^^^ the Bible and Torah. in addition to those in the Story ot Esther, wiil be displayed in the lobby of Temple Menorah beginning this Friday night. foryoo'* 00 ^' mororosw MORE PEOPLE UH refreshing, calorie-fret D ttributors for Swee-Touch-Nee Tea in MIAMI: LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES 4570 E. 10th Lane. Hialeah. Fla. SWEEItl THAN SU6AS YIT NO FOOD V AlW tMommriKlM) b> Melon ft* dubeticy ovefweijMj n< lee* out diets. Uie lot btveiti** •ansens. cooking. Pure Conv picMi, harmlen. 4 OL n* I'BHBIB It* AY IOOO STOIU IVHIVWHIM GURNTffD NONFUITtNING Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! „ ,. *"*.;* : fc 4 J s: %  %  > %  NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening '-tJ/Yna&aLu>€tL"ti£, "Gutt,* You can pile their plates high as this... and watch those portions go as quickly, almost, as you can say "Heinz (strictly) Vegetarian Beans are the most wonderful dish you ever set before a hungry family." ^ -t ^ 'ft Q) SM1 C' Hl't"! d THIUH10H Of OtTHOOOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.



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riday, March 16. 1962 vJewisti flcridfiann Page 13-B ^ J^czr a ; es in the Tempi H Oary Cfrman %  I ing • '. r, 17. ; Temj e B< h TorKenneth Jacobs ah. Rabbi Max Lipschitz will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah attends North Miami Junior High, where he in the band. He ia senior in Beth Torah's Hebrew school and ph.ns to attend Hebrew High. Kiddush will follow services, and a reception will be held in the evening at Michel's restaurant. Kenneth Jacobs Dr Irving Uhrman will officiate 'at the Bar Mitzvah of K i snn of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Jaon J 17. : Saturday %  Janet Anaocl • t Kay. d Gilbert tdwardi Janel Anapol Mellnda Wosfcow Mrs. Jerome Anapol. will be Bas Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Mar 17 at Ti m • Bi Ih Am, v ith Rabbi Herbert Baumyard offici The ceh I seventh lent at Palmetto Junior High. A reception in her honor will be held at her 9245 SW 81it ave., on Saturday evening. Melinda Woskow Friday ever..: i Mar. 16. will inch" 1 ', the Bas V ': E • • Ketineiti Ktenirsbera litz %  i • K i Koei %  ill be c n Saturday morning. Mar. 17. at Israelite Center, with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and attends the Center's religious school. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Koenlgsberg, 3191 SW 27th St., will honor their son at the Oneg Shabbat and the Kiddush. Soianne Wolpe Temple Judea will be the site of thi %  .';., % %  :.' : Su ai i e, dat Mr and Mrs. Leo n a rd v.'* ave., Coral • i : of' i .' o • i Her parents dush .. nor fol ing the scrvic • -. m his honor following the ^remony. Grandparents of the celebrant re Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen nd Samuel Aronowitz. • Judith Schiff Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will fficiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Udith Diane Schiff on Saturday crning, Mar. 17, at Beth David. |An eighth grade student at Deerirne school, Judith is a member the USY, and studies dancing. |l\lr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff will onsor Kiddush in their daughhonor. Mr. Schiff is president Beth David Congregation. • • • Gilbert Edwards Jar Mitzvah of Gilbert, son of and Mrs. Sol H. Edwards, will celebrated Saturday morning, ar 17. at Temple Ner Tamid, Rabbi Eugene Labovilz offi>;i^-;,^j:^i,.^;. .t? ^lfl !8 B •iSmme %  Sidney King, 41-year-old candidate for Surlside Council, eeks reelection. King lives it 9081 Bay dr., Surf side, with is wife, Doiis, and two sons, ie has served on Town Council for four years, including two years as assistant mayor. JE 1-5251 Closed Saturday Sunshine Bakery BAKERS FOR KOSHER HOMES Specializing in WEDDING & BAR MITZVAH CAKES You Call -WE DEl/VER Orders $2 or More FREE 1043 WASHINGTON AVE. f MIAMI BEACH 39. FLORIDA OPENING SOON JARDIN SUISSE Now there's something new on Miami Beach... An indcor Sidewalk cafe with authentic Swiss.French atmosphere fcT dining or just for a snack ...any time of the day or* right. Jhe Cafe' Jardin SuissQ will be the one place on Miami Beach that has unique food and unusual decor. Featuring spupe a 1'oignon gratine'e, beef and cheeed fCRdues, classic omelettes and crepes, open-faced Sandwiches and yourfavorite American dishe3 •.yours to enjoy at moderate prices...any time of the day or night. Free Parking W JARDIN SUISSE RONEY PLAZA HOTEL 23rd Street and Collins Avenue Miami Beach JE 2-5900



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Page 16-A + k'istncrrtic>n Friday, March 16, 196j Knesset Affirms Wiretapping Right A New Horizons Award for outstanding service to the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal goes to Arthur Shandloff (right), cochcirman of the Builder's Group. Making the presentation is Max Goldstein, co-chairman of the CIA's important Construction Division. The award was given to Shandloff at a leadership report meeting this week. Fair Sabbath Law Hope Soars f Continued from Pye 1-A tort the Legislature for more then ten years but have never passed either house. For several years it has had the support of the Protestant Council of Churches, but has been opposed by the Roman Catholic Church. 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Remember, [Into every drop of blood plasma the exclusive Dristan formula : a n"w medication which is carcannot be duplicated. Accept no jpied to the sinus area, where it substitutes. JERUSALEM — (JTA> — A private members' bill to ban official wiretapping was defeated in Parliament this week after Justice Minister Dov Joseph assured the deputies that the Government was formulating legislation to prohibit unauthorized use of listening devices. The bill, which was submitted by Zvi Zimmerman, of the Liberal Party, would have required Israeli courts to reject evidence obtained by wiretapping. It was defeated 37 to 29. The Justice Minister called the bill "bad—aood only for Communists." He cited many western countries in which official listening-in was permitted for state security reasons and for prevenHearing May Probe Rockwell Tiff on Campus Continued from P*9 I-A of killing other Americans to improve the country.' Our students 1 had never heard anybody talk like that before." Meanwhile, the Virginia State Senate overwhelmingly approved last weekend a bill to revoke the State Charter of George Rockwell's American Nazi Party. The measure went through the upper chamber with no debate. The bill was identical with the one passed last week by the House of Delegates which bars the use of the worJs • Nazi" or "National Socialist" in the char.er name of any group. Its effect would not necessarily put an end to Rockwell's activities, however, since it leaves open the possibility that Rockwell can apply for a new charter under a different name. The measure now goes back to the House of Delegates for engrossing prior to being passed on to Gov. Albertis Harrison for signature. Once in effect, the measure would empower state authorities to take legal steps leading for formal revocation of the present charter. A House-passed resolution condemning the Rockwell group as "an enemy of the people of Virginia and the United States" has not yet been acted upon by the Senate. Hen of serious crimes. He contended that there was no contradiction between the individual's civil rights end tho right of the state to combat espionage, treaoon and grave crimes. He said the United States. Britain, France, Denmark. Sweden and Italy were among the "enlightened countries" where wiretapping was approved under cer.| tain conditions. The Minister evoked a lively re-1 action when, in reply to a qur-'.i. • from the floor, he expressed a pe7f > tonal opinion that telephones oil Knesset members could be tapped Heckled by a retort that this wouldI conflict with the law of Parliament tary immunity, he replied that the [ law could be amended. ARTHRITIS... RHEUMATISM..*. KIDNEY-BLADDER CONDITIONS! That's MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER av •*> MOM HOT STRINGS, ARKANSAS • >•> i Belifhrful to taste tiaaath. natural spring water. Tastes jell MM MI laray* Mpetf water would. • Keceinized by thMuasf (including many factors) at aa effective aM treiuaent. 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Friday. March 16. 1962 V'Jeniiti Ffcriafibtn Page 7-A Goldmann Cites Threats to Survival Continued from Page 1-A all a ,.::.! s of the world and although anti-Semitism continued ir, many areas, it had lost ninth oi its sharpness and violence and. at present, did nol seriously endanger the Jewish position. Poverty was no more characteristic mainta'n their Jewish character ai distinct lite. Jewish poverty was no more central in Jewish life, but another, much graver, danger had developed: assimilation as a result of the disappearance of antiSemitic psrsecution, increased lor tin majority Ol the Jewish poopc'itical integration, and the pie hose economic position in mosi countries was satisfactory and. as l< r the fight for • %  J< the ci th Slate : ui an end I At the dedication ceremonies of the new Hebrew Academy Sunday are (left to right) State Superir.tcc.c:.: oi Education Thomas D. Bailey, Rabbi Alexander Grc=s. end Rep Dcnie Fascell, of the Fourth Congressional District ci Flcricc. Dinner to Climax Dedication Week For New Hebrew Academy Quarters economic progress of most Jewish communities. The process of grow ng indifference among the yoing gereration represented the most ia'e.it danger—Dr. Goldmann stated—to Jewish survival in 'he Diaspora and made the question of Jewish education, of securing the Jrwishness of the young generation the numberone problem in Jewish Disapora life. To deal with all these problems, the WJC leader said that Jewish unity and the lull cooperation ol all sectors of the Jewish people "as expressed in the World Jewish Congress" was more essential toMay than at any time before. Latin American Jewry, which Dr. Goldmann called one ol the most conscious and Jewish-minded parts of the .leu ish people, had to phi.a leading role in uniting Jewry in or* der that it might c o pe with its grave problems and secure its survival, he said Noted radio, television, and night nub entertainer. Sam Levenson, vill be guest speaker at a dinner nd ball Sunday night at the Deauville hotel in celebration of the Climax of Dedication Week of the ew Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami The S15-a plate affair, which is i pen to the public, will begin at t 15 p.m. Leonard Rosen will act eastmaster. Also featured at the dinner will 6e a taped speech by Herman .Vouk, author of "Marjorie Mornngstar," "This is my God," and The Cain* Mutiny" Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, pnn( ;.:. ol the Academy, will speak (n the new school and its luncA cantata. This is My School." ritten by Jack Donnet. will be ined in the program Dun ed by Miriam Donnerstag, the canta7u-voice choir will depict the I .-tory of the Hebrew Academj e four narrator.-, are students. chael Gewitz, Ron u ld Bergman. %  • Kosuihou.se and Miami We.-loists will be Thomas Gold! nd Tnva Sincotf. The dinner and ball will Climi \ week of community-wide events honor of the Academy The new i| le ructure school was official. dedicated Sunday when Statt : erintendenl of Public Instruc• Thomas D. Bailey, was guest Bker. Hebrew Academy, financed I y volunteer donations, iron. ..-.•of main. is a symbol %  if what people can do .< %  the desire .. n d vision tor ... tj education for their ch Bailey declared at the St > j morning ceremonies. A veteran of more than 42 years in education work, Bailey added. What a community thinks of its children is reflected in the kind of schools it provides. This school i concrete evidence that people of this community and patrons of •his school place a high valuo on children and on education." Bailey was one of the more than two dozen speakers who addressed the SRO crowd of hundreds of wellwishers who gathered for the fourhour dedication ceremony. Congressman Dante Fascell. Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka. Rabbi Gross. B. I Binder. Hebrew Academy president. Louis Merwitzer, chairman of the Hebrew Academy building canipaign. Lee Rosenhouse. president of the Student body, and many other dignitaries were heard in greetings. Master of ceremonies for the deI Ication event was Maurice Revitz. A triple ribbon-cutting ceremony Miami Friendly Social Club Miami Friendly Social Club meets every Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 at Beth El l'ungr0 and 1880, Joseph Seligman was the most eminent .!-" in America. And indeed, he well may have deserved ;udos. For during that period ol time, his contributions M his country were .-markable. Ji seph Seligman I .... arrived, a penniless immigrant, in 1838. Shortly his •...linger brothers joined him —William, James. Jesse, Henry. Leopold, Abraham, and Isaac. The clothing business was something they understood and soon small Sc-1'igma'n establishmentswere selling dry gOQds in such diverse places as I.ancasti r. Pa., Watertown. N, Y., Greensboro, Ala., and Inter. 8ah Francisco. h\ I85,i these enterprises had so prospered that the brothers were able to establish the banking house oi J. and W Seligman n N< x -1 rk. So,:, after, Joseph ^gehgman and his banking house performed the first of their remarkable services for the country. Singlehanded. he practically clothed the entire Union Army! Over a million dollars in uniforms were provided on credit to tinhastily-formed defenders of the Union. Later in the war. when the governments of Britain and France wenvery doubtful of the Union's chances and unwilling to loan badly needed funds, it was Joseph Seligman who. through his friends in G( rmany, was able to sell 200 million dollars worth of U. S. Bonds to keep the war effort going! But Joseph Seligman's most remark..: |, act is a little-known one of personal ; BSSion. For it was he who discovered the martyred Lincoln's widow in her later yean—alone, neglected, sick. 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-' Friday, March IS. 1962 ••Jewlst ncridiari Pcrqe 5-A Miami JNF Council Plans Testimonial For Mendel Fisher Here Next Wednesday Jewish National Fund of Greater years, he has contributed widely to Miami will honor Mendel N, Fisher at an inaugural supper on Wednesday evening. Mar. 21, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Fisher recently retired as national executive director of JNF after 28 years in thai post, lie was honored several weeks ago at a function in New York City. Congratulator messages were read ;•! the New York function from President Kennedy, Vice President Johnson and from the President, Prime Minister, and 1 reign Mini-to:jf Israel. Recegniied a om of the outstanding Zionis* leaders and fund-raisers on behalf of Israel in this country, during his executive directorship of the Jewish National Fund, Fisher assisted in the mobilization of some $200,0000,000 for the redemption, reclamation and afforestation of the land of Israel. Previously, he served as co-director of the United Israel Appeal. He is a member of the board of the United Israel Appeal, and also a member of the executive of the Zionist Organization of America. At the last Zionist Congress held in Jerusalem, Fisher was named a deputy member jf the Zionist Actions Committee, in which capacity he served for a number of years. Fisher, who na.s made many trips %  to Israel, was the first American in the Negev during the armistice. He has traveled throughout the United States, and visited many European countries as well as Cuba and Mexico. A noted journalist for many the English Jewish press. For more than a decade, he was an editorial correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. "Possessed of a magnetic and dynamic personality, Fisher was instrumental in attracting to the cause of Zionism, the upbuilding of Israel and the Jewish National Fund many prominent Jewish and non-Jewish writers and political personalities in the United States." L< on I. Ell, president of the Greater Miami JNF council, revealed this. Prior to Fisher's most recent trip to Israel, the Miami delegation which attended the testimonial in his honor in New York, conferred with Fisher regarding a major project in the Negev which the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami is planning to establish in the near future. LETTER TO THE EDITOR MF.N0CL FISHER Ell said Wednesday that the arrangements for the testimonial here on Mar. 21 have been completed. The supper, which will be served at 9:30 p.m., is strictly kosher. Alexander Kahn, Forward Mgr., Dead in New York at Age 80 Dinner Social Planned Abe Horrowitz Post. 682, Jewish War Veterans, will have a dinner social for all members and their guests Thursday, Mar. 22, 7 p.m., in the Unified bldg. Continued from Page 1-A he was honored by the Histadrut, Israel's Federation of Labor. Ho was a personal friend of Israel's President Izhak Ben-Zvi and of Premier David Ben-Gurion. Last year, he was presented with a silver-bound Bible by the Israel Government for his efforts on behalf of the Israel Bond Organization in America. Mr. Kahn was known as "the East Side Ambassador to the Uptown Jews" because of his outstanding contributions in bringing the views of immigrant Jews to leaders of American Jewry who knew little of the mentality of lmReader Critical of Easy Acceptance of Pope's Aims migrants from Eastern Europe. He played a tremendous role in developing better understanding between various groups in American Jewry. Mr. Kahn was also a corporation officer of the WEVD radio station, a founder and officer of the New Leader magazine, and the author of a number of pamphlets on Socialism and economics. On his last birthday, Mr. Kahn received a portfolio of letters from prominent persons which included a greeting from President Kennedy. He also received from Mayor Robert F. Wagner, at City Hall, a citation for distinguished service to the city. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Why are some of us so thrilled that Pope John XXIII has deleted anti-Jewish references from portions of the Catholic liturgy? Does this mean that Catholic anti-Semitism is on the decline? I think not. For thousands of years we Jews ere labeled as "Christ-killers." Even the so-called "betrayer" of the Nazarene had the convenient name of Judas, a derivative ot Judah or Jew. A few erasures from Catholic prayer books won't remove this attitude from the mind of the devout New Testament-reading Catholic. It is especially annoying to hear Jews apologizing for the Nazarene's death. The newest approach both from Christian and Jew is that "we musn't condemn the whole Jewish people for the sins of their 'Christ-killing' ancestors, the Pharisees." Beware! First, the basic philisophy of monotheism is that the one God is spirit. How. then, does He take form? Second, this God who takes no form and subsequently cannot be killed, rules supreme. He has no son or co-ruler. Not only does the New Testament state that God took the form of a man, but that this "man-God" was killed by the Pharisees, who are portrayed as stingy hypocrites. But we know the Pharisees as our spiritual and physical ancestors; the transmitters of our Torah; the very Torah stating that God is one, that He and only He rules without a son and partner; and that He takes no form. The New Testa-; ment viciously and contemptuously derides the Pharisees, protectors of I the traditional law. As a New York minister recently remarked, "The basic document of anti-Semitism is the New Testament." Christianity as it is, aside from its theological differences, can never become a spiritual partner of Judaism. PERRY CIMENT Miami Beach EDITOR, The Jewish Floric'ian: The column by Leo Mind the Mar. 2 issue of The Jewish Floridian about the Israel Bond national inaugural dinner very good reading. To stand up as a gesture of honor and respect for Ambassador Comay would have been most deserving: but to fail to do so and then stand up for some actors, I agree, is an insult. It takes a lot of good judgment to have seen this, and Leo Mindlin certainly has it. MRS. MINNIE SOLOMON Miami Beach 1 Simonhoff Talks j On Civil War Harry Simonhoff author, lecturer and world-traveler, was to appear at a meeting Thursday evening of the Lebediker Branch of Farband. Simonhoff was to discuss "Jewish Participation in the American Civil War." Program was also to include musical selections by Joseph Malek, attorney of Miami Beach. Goldea Book Certificates were to be presented to Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Parness on the occasion of their golden anniversary. A Message from the President of the United States THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON, D. C. 1 I am happy to send greetings to the Annual Bnai Zion Dinner honoring Mr. Mendel N. Fisher, retiring Executive Director of the Jewish National Fund. I recall with pleasure the splendid affair at which you honored me several ye3rs ago. The Jewish National Fund contributed to an inspiring concept. Since the State of Israel has become a reality, the Jewish National Fund has continued to assume creative and challenging tasks. The goal of transforming arid wastes into habitable, fertile and productive soil is a job that should serve as an example to all nations. We look with favor and admiration on all such efforts to raise the levels of potential productivity for the betterment of mankind. My congratulations to your guest of honor, Mr. Mendel N. Fisher, who has served the Jewish National Fund with devotion and wisdom. My warm wishes for the continuing success of your organization. Sincerely yours, fonn j-.


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Page 10-B •V knisf fhrffdHgtr! Friday. Maich 13. 1962 The Courier %  U look*. s though the. season for diiiue,.aiid dances has no limits Cedars of Lebanon's Apr. 28 fete will be a Irue honor lo president Samuel T. Sapiro, State ot Israel Bonds will salute leaders of Temple Emanu-Fl nt a dinner th" next night, and the American Friends of the Hebrew University ot Jerusalem will kickoff a whole series of nts celebrating Israel's 14th birthday with a dinner dance May 5 Tins Sunday night marks the long-awaited Hebrew Academy dedi' in dinner at the Deauville, for which Lou Merwitier, Harry Gei>2t, Maurice Revitz, Leanard Rosen and B. I. Binder have labored SO well But the talk of the town continues to be the crush at the President edy dinner at the Fontainebleau last weekend. New York Times separate story Mondaj pointing out that the nation'schut execi bored with the long succession ol speeches, recognizes the • i to till the coffers of the Democratic Tarty for the crucial 1962 gressional campaigns. It was a Kay crowd which gathered at the Dupont Plaza for Sunflay night's initial dinner of the Combined Campaign for Reform Ju-m. Chairman Sam C. Levenson seemed in singularly good spirits ;we recounted his leadership over the years for the Albert Einstein liege of Medicine. Temple Israel and for the Federation initial gifts function a few weeks ago. Unfortunately. Sam's enthusiasm was slightJy overdone, and he had to go home to rest before he could deliver his % % %  '• ynote remarks. Irv Schneider, the executive vice president of the lombined Campaign, pinch-hit on no notice, and read Levenson's prepared address. Special recognition was paid to David Light, ot Temple Beth Am. for his national leadership in support of the Union of Amor ican Hebrew Congregations and of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. But the evening's biggest hit was Rabbi Leon Kronish, whose invocation shattered all known records for brevty im and Liberal spiritual leaders were on hand with two noticeable exceptions: Dr. Joseph Narot was ill. and Rabbi Benno Wailach, of Temple Sinai, also was absent. He will soon be leaving the North JMiami congregation's pulpit. • • • Sunday morning, we were among 43 hardy souls who attended P meeting jointly sponsored by Beth Am and the American Jewish Longress to hear a report by Leo Pfeffer, legal expert of Concress. v.ho has pushed the numerous eases involving separation of church and >iatc principles from the lowest local courts to the Supreme Court of the United States. Citing several examples. Leo maintained that the highest court can refuse to rule on the most important issues any time : wants to delay decisions. Furthermore, he said the reasons tor such failures to hand down opinions in many cases is a feeling that the Supreme Court can only reflect the body of public opinion. It cannot lag too far behind, nor be too far ahead. It was indeed a shock to s-ee such a small turnout in spite of good publicity, complete mailings. a timely topic and a speaker of note. And there wasn't the slightest }in< of fund-raising. Hatikvah Lodge Installation Set Joseph Gorm'tein is the first president of Hatikvah Lodge of B'n.i. B'rith, dge recently formed here, and he will be installed Carillon hotel en Sundi 5:30 p.m. Also to be • I % %  : the banquet are Max first vice president; Emanuel Mentz, second vice president: Har.lri S. ("apian. thirr' i : i l< lui ah Sweet, fourth vice pris:dent Also Cl arles 1 an, treasurer: Samuel H. Classman, financial secretary: Robert L. Grover, corresi ing secretary Meyer 1 • kas. chaplain: Frank H Kn William E. %  .. d N Si.Inner. trust, i lack I!. Glick, past presidi I f the < Ireater Chicago B'nai B'rith Council. %  F:.-.. :.., | r sident of District 5 B I ith. will bring greetings A special event at Temple Ncr Tamid on Monday evening w,ll be a showing of films taken by Mr and Mrs. Morris Miretzky during their recent trip to Israel. Tht showing will be held in Sklar Auditorium. CINEMA. WMh if ion *.: 13rtiSl MumiEiKl Dr. Stanlev Frehling is presiThat was a veritable "Who's Who of community leadership which of (he ,-^j Brandeis Ln V eritsponded to invitations for the Louis LaMed award to Leo Mindlin on C\u\> Thursday night at the Fontainebleau. Stanley C. Myers, a member of Ihe national board of the sponsoring National Foundation for Jewish ,, Culture, was to serve as master of ceremonies. Dr. Judah Shapiro, Films tO Ot MrOvVrt secretary of the Foundation, flew here from New York to make the presentation. • • • The political trail grows hotter with the District 5 Justice of the Peace race between Jason Berkman, a Gov. Bryant appointee, and Joe Malek Once again. Judge Mai Englander has his supporters waiting until almost the final minute for a decision as to whether to run ata.nst Alex Gordon for a Metro seat Allen E. Simon has assumed his post as manager of Fugazy Travel Bureau. Inc.. on the main floor ol Jordan Marsh Al Fike, Jack Low's discovery, brightened the reception of Cedars ol Lebanon for new doctors last week ... Dr. Donald P. Kent, special stant to Secretary Abraham A. Ribicoff, will address the opening -ion of the Senior Citizens conference Apr. 1 at Waldman's hotel. Mrs. George A. Simon, of Miami, is conference chairman. Sponsoring group is Southern section of National Jewish Welfare Board. Efraim H. Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community ers. will present the concluding remarks Jewish War Veterans are cheering GOP decision in California condemning Robert H. Welch, jr. Helen Baum doing an expert job promoting the Design Derby 1962. slated at Hialeah Race Course on Mar 24 to Apr. 15 Morris Lapidus designed the new addition to Variety Children's Hospital. • • • Bob Brenner is director of original musical comedy. "Roll Out the Gansplank," to be presented Apr. 7. 8 and 14 at Temple Beth Am. Sain* Silverstein and Robert Bender penned the script. Dick and Naomi Fink, Sydney Efronson, Roi Simmons and Estelle Lash are among the cast. Mrs. Eddy Cohen, active in the Southeast Florida chapter of Multipie Sclerosis Society, thrilled over shaking hands with new MS national lairman Roger Maris last week. She attended the Yankee-Oriole •:. which attracted a capacity crowd in Ft. Lauderdale Rabbi inchos J. Chazin, of Temple Sholom in Philadelphia, has been named inairman of the 1!>62 convention of the Rabbinical Assembly, international assembly of Conservative rabbis, slated May 20 to 24 at ird hotel in Kiamesha Lake Former Gov. Fuller Warren, one ol Israel's most ardent supporters during his administration, has been Darned vice president of Firstamerica Development Corporation. Mrs. A. Victor Huber, niece of showman Lou Walters, and her spouse were entertained recently by Mr. and Mrs. Nat (King) Cole. Huber Gallery in the Deauville is functioning at full scale in spite of the recent flooding which hit Miami Beach an unexpected blow Damage estimates, with few exceptions, were too high, but the area didn't receive too much unfavorable publicity as this was a minor part of the terrific damage whichthe freak winter storm did up and down the East Coast That laic season Midwest blizzard which was still going full force at this writing should be another big boost for our great winter season, which the current Business Week calls Miami Beach's best ever. Jake Sher's Sherluek will get plenty of support at Gulfstream at his early odds Jacques Wolfe, composer of 'Shortnin' Bread." who lives in South Miami, will exhibit a group of abstract photographs War. 18 at the Lowe Art Gallery of the University of Miami. LEON SCHACHTER Presents YIDDISH AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & PICTURES MX PERSON ON OUR STAGE The Star of Mickey Katz's Borschtcapades A li II11: MBECE Con(orio) Yiddish American Songstress with on All-Star Musical Comedy Cost %  k ON OUR SCREEN MOISHE OYSHER in "The Singing Blacksmith" MURRAY FRANKLINS 211 22nd St., Miami Beach CanthHMut IMtrliinminl Showllm* 1* .m. 11:30 a.m. Twmvltlme 1 to I .r*k %  •terv*te ji e-TMi —— JOSEPH CORIKSTEIN DR. UONARD rV. LEVY Brandeis Dean To Speak Here Iir Leonard W. Levy, associate dean of faculty and dean ot the :••; duate school. Brandeis Unlverwill be guest iecturer in the nd of a series sponsored by the Brandeis University Club of Greater Miami Monday evening at the Algii is hotel. Topic will be "The Civil War and Civil Right—Then and Now." First incumbent of the Earl Warren Chair in American Constitutional History, Dr. Levy has a BS, MA and PhD from Columbia University, where he was a research assistant and a University Fellow. The lecture is open to members of the Brandeis University Club. Brandeis University Women's Committee. Miami and Miami Beach chapters, and guests. CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE ESSEX UWOIKSOAB -. KA04 en 1:45 Open 10 45 Open 11:15 TODAY RAUL NEWMAN GERALDINE RAGE TCNNCSSCC WILLIAMS OFVOUTH w USE SHIRLEYKNIGH1RIPT0RN MONEY! i'WVOT • s%j 1" i Open 6:45 T/>rj.y Open 6.45 NOMINATED FOR 'BEST QCrOR' ACADEMY GWaRD 1 •UJUSOWl PjIttAIIWUKU* MS HI NOMINATED FOR ACADEMY AWARDS THE LINCOLN SSS LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 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Page 12-A +Jewis*fk)ridtiari Friday. March 16,. District Bible Contest Finals To be Held Here Samuel J. Halperin, philanthropist, builder and Greater Miami civic leader, receives the National Communty Service Award of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America at the institution's recent annual convocation dinner at Miami Beach Auditorium. The plague was conferred by Dr. Louis Finkelstein (left), chancellor of the Seminary. Shown also is Joseph S. Wohl. a member of the Seminary's Board of Directors, who presented Halperin for the award. District finals of the National Bible Contest for the Greater Miami area will be held on Sunday, 10 a.m., at the Bureau ot Jewish I Education, 135 NW 3rd ave. Over 100 students are expected to participate in the district contest, which will take the form of a | written examination. Ten winners Of the district contest will partici1 pate in the regional finals to be held at the Bureau building on j Sunday, Apr 8. Again, the contest will take the form of a written examination. Results of similar regional examinations throughout ten Southern states will be sent to the Miami Bureau for marking and the selection of two regional winners to participate in the national finals to be held in New York City on Sunday, Apr. 29. The National Bible Contest includes the study of the Books of Genesis, Exodus. .Judges. Amos. Esther and Jeremiah. The national contest is sponsored by the Department of Education and Culture of the American Zionist Council and the Israel Bible Society, as well as Bureaus of Jewish education throughout the country. Aim of the contest is to promote a greater, interest in the Bible among students of Jewish schools in the United States and Canada, with a view to encouraging more intensive reading and study of the Bible and to strengthening place of Bible studies in the ricula of Jewish schools. The contest locally and regional is under the direction of 1/J Schwartzman and Herbert Betw directors of the Miami Bureau Brooklyn Youth Attacks Rockwell Vice Consul Talks At Youth Service Yehoshua Triuor. Vice Consul of] the State of Israel for the southeastern region of the United States, was guest speaker at student services of Beth Torah Congregation Saturday morning Previously in the Israel legation in Sydney. Aust., as well as with the cultural relations division ot the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Trigor spoke on "Youth in t h e State of Israel.'' More than 150 students attended, and a reception in Mr Tngor's honor hosted by the graduating, confirmation and pre-confirmation classes of the religious school, followed the services. Serving as rabbis of the congregation are Perry Leff and Mark Haddad. Merle Maeroff is president, Diane Gurman, vice president, and Linda Kaufman, chairman of religious affairs. They Starred of Temple Raymond Klein and Eileen Per 1 man were seen as Abie and Irish Rose in the I irst Nighte production of Anno Nichol'j ,-ic. "Abie's Irish R >se," SatutJ day and Sunday evening at Ten pie Nor Tamid. Pr >ei tattoo vnl sponsored by the ; sista hood. SAN DIEGO—(JTA)—A Jewish college student, from Brooklyn, infuriated by anti-Semitic remarks of George Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, punched him in the jaw during the Nazi's talk last week at San Diego State College. Ed Cherry, a physical education major, left an audience that was booing and jeering Rockwell, mounted the platform and moved toward Rockwell. When Rockwell tried to push him off the platform, the youth landed a hard punch on the Nazi's jaw. The blow staggered Rockwell but did not knock him down. As he squared off to hit back, one of Rockwell's storm troopers rushed up to Cherry and knocked him down as he was aiming another punch at the Naii. 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Page 10-A *JenUHFhridian Friday. March 16. 1962 Urge Israel Entry into Common Mk't. Progress of the Hebrew University-Hadassah medical school in Jerusalem is discussed by (left to right) Drs. W. Stanley Weinkle. Peretz Scheinberg, Israel S. Wechsler and Meyer B. Marks. They met at a reception honoring Dr. Wechsler, honorary president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Weinkle. Dr. Scheinberg introduced Dr. Wechsler, one oi the world's best known neurologists. Dr. Marks is president of the South Florida Division of the American Jewish Physicians Committee, sponsors of the Hebrew University's campaign to complete the medical school. Continued from P.-.-e 1-A Important K<> % : .< "wsrarth" with w b i: i.i • ted the ..-tahli-iinu'r: of Israel, be expressed th how thai the Belgian Parlianu apport Israel's relationshH bi Common Market QtA*r teajgiX.'. -m .—. -—tors Clock and ie Hou?< e tol I arlu menl that the Belgiai i should In Ip pu: Bn end to tl within tht Euromarl for an Israeli i iatii • Israel Sen de Block pointed out, buys 65 percent ol its imports in Europe, being "an important customer told the Senate: "By publicly stating that Belgium supports Israel's demand before the European Economic Community, we would at the same time support a democracy a young republic and the interests ol Eutope." Sen. de Housee proposed that the EEC arrange tariff agreements with Israel. He cautioned, howover, against "a misunderstanding through Arab reactions at this time, when France is trying to salve the delica-e problem of Al-1 but "support of a young S ate which geria." 1st Bse, he said, inj ould be variously Interpreted as volved more :h.tt tariff, he added | i political act" Emanu-EI Plans Saturday Meeting Members of Temple Emanu-EI will gather at the Diplomat hotel this Saturday evening for the congregation's annual election meeting and dance, beginning at 8 p.m.. in the Beaux Arts room. They will be enter'an.ed by the Temple choir, under the direction of Florence Goldring and Cantor Hirsh Adler A musical sketch, written by Trixle Levin, will be narrated by Gabriel Heatter. Samuel N. Friedland is currently serving as chairman of the board, and Joseph M. Lipton is president. Other officers include Mayer H. Frankel, Harry Sirkin and Joseph M. Rose, honorary life presidents; Bernard I. Binder, Charles Fruchtman and Leo Robinson, honorary vice presidents; Max Boderman, Joseph Cohen, Judge Irving Cypen, Samuel J. HaJperin and George J. Talianoff, vice presidents. Emil Morton, treasurer: Samuel Lipton. associate treasurer: A. J Molasky, secretary: Jack S. Popiek. financial secretary; .iiid Marcus 0. Sarokin. associate financial secretary. Directors whose terms of office are expiring include Morris Cohen. Allen Goldberg. Sol Goldman. Benjamin Kline. Oscar Mamber. Simon E. Rubin and Irving Schatzman. Part of the program will include a special presentation to the Tetnple's patron and donor members. magnificent FIRST RACE 8:15 P.M. MIAMI Kennel Club DOG RACING %  NIGHTLY (Except Sundays) ir NO MINORS • For Reservations phone JE 1 -0348 MIAMI BEACH Kennel Glub SOl.Iil i f \B OlCUkLlNb AYINU;, MIAMI BEACH THE ONLY MAJOR LEAGUE JAIALAI action! THRILL TO PARt MUTUEL BETTING ON THE WORLD'S FASTEST, MOST DANGEROUS SPORT RESERVATIONS: MIAMI Wl 5-414S --• *— HOLLYWOOD. FT. LAUDLROALf. WA 11511 KZf\ a 171 OVf BUSES: MIAMI. MIAMI BEACH FR 3-637 US 1 AT DAMA POST T'VE J5 JDANM PALACE $ JAIALAI WORLDS MOST BEAUTIFUL PARI-MUTUEL SHOWPLACE jUULFSTREAM HALkASDALX, '*&>. 04 flttTMCE 1:45 •€$.—MIAMI: 945-4251 M0LIYW00O I FT. LAUDERDALE: 977-1711 SOtEMLMML 12.00* CLUBHOUSE 14.00 TRAVELING? T^S CCJ ^ MM H ni ^/77n^\ • • GUS MOTH. o)I//y iriMire \HAVV mm SERVICr. Inc 149 N.I. 1st St., Miami, M 4-2604 YOUR TELEPHONE FROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive C'ce FR 3-5581 i MJGUST BROS R Vl is thv DtST' g Don t let winter weather spoil even part 04 your trip North. E Dfoy peace ol mind and "Retort train Uuury u the way. Relax wander into attractive lounges, d.r.c well — early c late. You II find the Hospitality Hour fun. too. Taking the children? Under 5 years they noe tree, from 5 up to their 12th birthday they go for r,a,f f*r. The REGISTERED NURSE keeps in friendly touefi Generous luggage allowance, toot Reserve happy traveling on the SILVER METEOR S.L'ER STAR. Mo/nmg and afternoon Utparti,res daily POP BE LUXE PULLMAN kUB COACH FESE"tTICNS TO NEW >CK WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA: P.eeie pse Hanklin l-SSIl or c


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Paqe 2-A 't'jFwist ttorijiair Friday. March 16. 1962 IW&wsmm %  %  3 %  &*. 4M; t^aBM Sire* f* 1 % %  ^^| % % % %  few h ^ $M 1%^|^B 1 I 1 Cedars of Lebanon Maps Stepped-Up Development Program to Finish Hospital Trustees in the receiving line at a Cedars of Lebanon Hospital reception honoring new staff members are (left to right' Morris Lomaskin, Joseph Garfield, Stanley Wolff. Mrs. Herbert Gelernter, Mrs. Harry Riter and Herbert Gelernter. More than 200 physicians and hospital officers and trustees heard development fund chairman E. Albert Pallot announce that the 1962 drive would open this month tor completion c ._= hospital. Cedar? of Lebanon Hospit., week disclosed its timetable Eor a stepped-up development program to £inisli>-enstriietion of the tilth an I sixth floors tal. Pries i -v -... •" S p the spring fur raising will rx • i lot, Miam civic Emil Gould Sooth F adi builder-deveioper. who has accepted chairm jr-ihis of a Ceda'i dinner on Apr. 23. Mid he owc'i ',000 persons o turn out to hea an address bv U.S. See-e'a- a' H3ath, Educate and We 'a-* Abraham R.oico**. : .Th ira i> I irs i tors met to hear gram plans I r the Apr. ., The Women's Auxiliary %  • : War ; nesting Tu >s fay %  r MrN'attlmlel '. %  • • % % %  .. ustuss women's tti %  i igii .. %  • %  • %  %  •Go/dwater Angered by Slur cfJews Continued from Page 1-A Jewish, 1 resent that. 1 don't ren. i nber ever having known a Jew who wasn't a patriot." LET'S MAKE ISRAEL ECONOMICALLY SECURE BUY THE SAHS1 BONOS ISRAEL BONDS and GIVE TO THE CJA MAYSHIt WIlOBtRG Evidence cf religious and racial discrimination practiced by clubs in New England, and reports of anti-Semitic literature being disseminated in the Western part of the state, were meanwhile given in Boston to a meeting of the board of directors of the New England region of B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. Analyzing the ADL> recent national survey of club discrimination. Morton R. Godine. of Broo DAIIY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS -v LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all other joints Weekly Service fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 ine. told I nN • [sadoi VDL's right-, staff, reporl had 'ven wide listrl materials In the ar i if ...: : Springfield, H : %  :, No: %  .'-.han ; \ ill n the West ern part >: Massachusetts The material, he said, bore the imprint of the American Nazi Party He also reported on the activities jf "radical rightwirtg" groups in New England Leon J. Kowal. jf New ton, was chau I pledged an additional $150,000 • >. %  I the building fun I A breakfast meeting will be held I home, 7350 Ponce tie* rd.. on Sunda) to select hon. irs >: .: "Red Carpet This will be comip ol leading citils ol local endeavor -. hosts during the y Ribicoff in Miami a. :: • VI : Women's Auxiliiry ate .i "Tour du trips through the men's clubs and ons Mrs '. • ted that 16 local sp msor Hafvest-roTffees in the next 60 days. #ttefe t h e cornucopia of com.,.:..,. generosity -an pour forth Mds ipply beds, modern medi• %  .i i id :• 'arch pro amilies of Dade ''" Mrs Ire Novak w ill hosl i I Mindello lables. on Mar 26 The irs Au> hedi led I • : : %  %  • %  %  lar 27 Pick r; up stam, the full com%  r M ~rna president's dinner si ;,ests of Mr. and Mrs. Stmgl T. Sapiro at a social and ~J "ce at their Coral Gables home tfi 4p 1, and final arrangements je outlined for the reception and President's Dinner on Apr, n. 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Page 12-B fJewist tk>rid*ajn Friday, March 16. \% 2 Authority to Talk At Mount Sinai Dr. Warren H. Cole, chairman of the Department of Surgery, University of Illinois medical school, will be professor pro tempore in surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital on Monday through Saturday. Mar. 24. Dr. Cole comes to Mt. Sinai for the program as a recognized national and international authority <>!• the subject Of cancer research and surgery. He served as president of the American Cancer .i iety in i!t. ; >!. 1the editor of the Cancer Journal for physicians, and ion the editorial board of many national publications dealing with this subject. Announcement of the professor pro tempore pr igram of lecti and conferences was made by Dr. Leon li Manheimer, director of the Department of General Surgery at Mt. Sinai, and Dr. Rudolph K Drosd, chairman of the pi\,tes-or pro tempore seminar. The sixth anual medical educational program is a part of the total teaching program at Mt. Sinai for the benefit of both the members of its intern and resident staff, and ( for post-graduate education of all • medical men in the area. HiUMiiHam.::.!..: ,4Afc.,:i.iLUi]imu;n. Pearly Gait 3 I i by Hal Pearl iiiMuiMmnNMWMHMMrnitiram Surfside Woman Eyes Council A Surfside woman hopes to win a seat on the Surfside City Council in next Tuesday's election. She is Mrs. Irene Warren. A resident of Surfside for the past ten years, she is the wife of businessman Alvin Warren and the mother of Susan, 20. Jo Ann. 17, and Mark. 9. Mrs. Warren has served as a director and vice president of PTA, a Girl Scout leader, charter member of the Women's Division of the Chamber of Commerce. Deborah group of Hadassah. Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, and Cub Scout executive committee for Surfside In addition. Mrs. Warren has served on the election board, and participated in the United Fund drive in her area. She is a member of Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs. Warren lists in her platlorni the need for safer crossings. return of needed traffic signal lights, beautilica'.ion of public and pri\ ate property, and improved and easier parking. %  KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BKUNS, Co Own.r ROYALPALI Horn DINING ROOM — NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC Traditional Dining FINEST KOSHER CUISINE DELUXE KOSHER T-COURSI DINNER! $750 •Mrratlaui Oil J* MM OB Ik* On>i • C.lll*. An, Ott LteMla *.. Ml.ml %  *•* ENTERTAINMENT WORLD: Connie Francis is due in at the Eden Roc. following Alan King, who opens there on the 20th. There's a local note of interest in the forthcoming appearance of Mis> Francis. Songwriter Benny Davis, a Miami Beach resident many years, recently has been composing tunes for tl.e young vocalist. %  'if you who are record-minded must be hearing a lot of -1 .h-... Don't Break the Heart-that Loves You"—Benny Davis i? tiic author of that hi! tune—listed in an Asso, Pi SS -virvej I curren hit rigs as number four in the nat To get back to the current scene, Tony Martin is the headliner at the Pompeii room of the Eden Roc through Sunday. Alan K\r^, better than ever, returns for a second appearance there this season en Tuesday. With him will be songstress Tina Robin. Current a! the Deauville are the strong duo of comic Jack Carter and the teen age singing favorite. Brenda Lee. Carter is another funnyman uho keeps his material topical and. as a result, has remained to the fore of nitery headliners lor many years. Belle Barth has company at Copa City. Personable Milt Trenier has been added to the singing comedienne's show. Milt is one of the musical brothers who have been seen frequently performing as a band in this area. A couple of years ago. Milt went out on his own as a singer, and has played the top clubs from coast to coast %  %  BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Bernie Resnick, of the Monte Carlo, has set a precedent in presenting Shoshana Damari in his Exodus i room. Rather than have a minimum or cover charge, because many club-goers don't drink, he is charging only for admission, as you would pay for any concert. It's a one-price policy and clicking big. You mayorder refreshments if you so desire. Miss Damari is small in stature, but big. big in personality and talent. Her bi lingual songs and rich voice are all-family entertainment. Concert goers will be in seventh heaven this month. Tenor Jan Peerce is being sponsored by the Community Concert Assn. of Miami Beach for a one-nighter at the Auditorium on Mar. 24. Also on the March concert calendar are Jose Greco and his Spanish oancers. who ai" making a two-night stand at Dade County Auditorium on Mar. 23 and 24. The spirited Don Cassack Chorus will boune their voices off the rafters of the same spot on Apr. 1. Many localites who missed one of the great musicals of all time. The Music Man,"' when it appeared on Broadway, will have the opportunity to enjoy its spirited score and libretto here. The road show version of the hit bows into Miami Beach Auditorium on Mar. 26. playing through the 31st. And while the musical is wowing em there, "Holiday on Ice" will be concurrent at the Miami Beach Convention Hall. It's the first time that both big Beach halls will be tied up simultaneously with big entertainment bills this season. -*c -* MOVIES ARE BETTER, ETC.: Another world premiere comes to this area when "Cape Fear" bows at Olympia. Beach. Gables and Shores on Apr. 1. Harry Botwick. bossman of Florida State Theatres, is trying to assure the presence of at least one of the stars, among them Gregory Peck. Robert Mitchum and Polly Bergen. Powerful fare is "Sweet Bird of Youth.'' starring Paul Newman. Geraldine Page and Shirley Knight, at the Carib. Miami. Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. Haven't heard too much about "Too Late Blues," which is at the Paramount, Coral and Boulevard. But it should be interesting. Tom Cassavetes, the former TV actor turned director, turned this out for Paramount, his first in a series of four features he's doing for that company. His first movie, "Shadows," was made independently, and although not a big b.o. smash, created a stir in movie circles. Bobby Darin and a newcomer, Stella Stevens, star in "Too Late Blues." "Walk on the Wild Side" holds over at the Beach, Olympia, Gables 1 and Shores Reserved seat holdovers include "West Side Story," at the Sheridan; "El Cid," at the Roosevelt; and Cinerama's "Windjammer" at the Florida. Also retained are "Judgment at Nuremberg," at Lincoln, and "Black Tights," at the Colony. %  SPORTS STUFF: The fabulous new Doral Country Club, west of the airport, on 36th st.. piays host to the world's greatest professional and amateur golfers, sponsoring the first Doral Open, with $50,000 in j cash offered to the winning pros. It's the largest amount ever put on the line for a golf tournament in Florida and should draw a recordbreaking throng, getting under way next Thursday. Otto Fenias, familiar face around Bayshore, is directing the Doral Open. Bayshore has a big expansion program lined up by greensI keeper John Poulos. Sometime in May all the greens will be dug up and for the first time since its inception the Alton rd. course will j have bent grass greens to make the putters ecstatic. Stu Boyle, the former pro for more than two decades at that 1 course, is wearing the title of manager of the Beach course most grace-' fully. He's one of the most popular fellows ever to take over the post, j Another familiar face at Bayshore. that of pro Nate Feeman, will be I missing from those haunts. He's just been summoned to New York to represent Ben Hogan sporting goods company, at the famed SaksFifth Avenue store, where he'll also teach the game. EXTRA ADDED: A family from New Zealand made reservations for the Jan Peerce Passover Seder at the Carillon, but had to be promised seats at the singer's table. The request was okayed by the man1 agement. That's probably the farthest anyone ever traveled to participate in a Seder. By the way, it's not too early to start sending in your Seder reservations. They are being taken by the Marseilles, Carillon, Eden Roc, Seville, and Strathaven right now. First Seder night is Apr. 18. They're calling the late, late show session at Murray Franklin's "Tumul-Time." That's when many celebrities from other spots drop by to join in the hilarity, usually between 2 and 5 ayem. Leon Schachter and the Brandt Circuit will play hosts to Miami theatre-goers at a Purim party to be held at the Cinema Theatre on Monday evening. Hamantaschen, nuts, and other Jewish delicacies served at Purim will be featured. ridai Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Cor.c: tion, receives a plaque on the occasion of a d honor Sunday evening a: the Deauville hotel. Left to are Miami Beach Councilman Marcie Libermcn. tie. Beth Jacob and chairman cf the Sunday banquet; Rabbi and Mrs. Stern; Aaron Lemer, first vice president; and I' Krevat, second vice president. Not shown is Morris B. Fi president. Beth El Ladies To Fete Purim Congregation Beth El Sisterhood Sisterhood Carnival Temple Beth Am Sister! 1 sponsoring a Purim carnival Sunday from 12 to 6 p.m.. on the Ternwill present a Purim program for pie grounds. religious school children on Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. In the evening at 7:30 p.m.. Sisterhood will hold its annual Purim party in Dora August Memorial Activities will include a Q 1 r. Esther pageant, movies, rides, puppet shows and a catered supper. Hall. Entertainment Befh David Workshop will include a | Beth David Players Workshop Purim program by the Hebrew will present "Having a Wonderful school children, with prizes for the I Time," directed by Bill Porter, on best costumes, and a program by j Saturday and Sunday, Apr. 27 and Mrs. Fannie Ames. | 28, in Spector Hall. aWk*v| f+ ABE yfa ,,,.„ g i GEFTER'S A X otconuoB NEW KOSHER V %  < %  1 Wr 1 H:M. T iiYJ4UiUUlfl a. -' ^ W OCEANFRONT AT 20th STREET "...J MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA ABE CEF Cantor Jacob Konigsberg World-famous Cantor Jacob Konigsberg i. Convlser's 10-voice Symphony choir will officiate on Pnssover with the religious services & Seders. 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Leonard Rosen, recently announced as chairman of the new "Over the Top" Committee of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal, is shown urging an all-out effort by community leaders in closing phases of the campaign. leon Kaplan (left), chairman of the Professions Division, confers with Dan Ruskin, chairman of the Residents Council. Max Goldstein (left) presents a "New Horizons" award to David Sokol, vice chairman of the CJA Real Estate Group. Goldstein is co-chairman of the important Construction and Reel Estate Division. The firs! in a scries of leadership report meetings aimed at stepping up the tempo of the final phases of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal has resulted in announcements bringing the campaign total thus far to SI,010.700. CJA Chairman Cal Kovcns said the meetings, to be held every other Friday during the balance of the campaign, will enable leaders to deal with problems as they develop, and to achieve maximum effectiveness "in this most difficult stage of the entire campaign." "We hope to keep every leader abreast of the campaign's progress, and to turn each meeting into a brainstorming session on how best to bring in those final pledges that will determine the degree of success of the entire campaign." Kovens added. At each of the meetings, Kovens said, key workers in two divisions of the New Horizons campaign will be honored. The first meeting saw awards going to members of the Construction and Mercantile Divisions. Max Goldstein, who with David Fleeman is co-chairman of the Construction and Real Estate Division, made the awards to key workers. They went to Norman Rosen, co-chairman of the Real Estate Group, who has converted the greatest number of refusals into gifts; to Arthur Shandloff, cochairman of the Builders Group, for reinstating the greatest number of people and bringing them back into the fold; and to David Sokol, vice chairman of the Real Estate Group, for securing the largest number of new gifts. Mercantile Division awards were presented by A. J. Harris, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, on behalf of Robert Macht. division chairman. They went to A. J. Alexander, co-chairman of the Furniture and Appliances Group, who was the first to successfully finish his job. securing increases from his prospects, and obtaining new gifts a Ion a the way: Simon Berman. the first worker in the Department and Retail Stores Group to complete the most cards with a number of increases; Morris Rabinowitz, co-chairman of the Jewelry Group for the past three years, who was the first to complete his assignments successfully, securing increases from about one-third of his prospects and many new gifts; and Sam Sommers, first worker in the Apparel Manufacturers Group successfully to complete all of his assignments with good increases in many cases. A leadership report meeting brought these key CJA leaders into conference. Left to right are Hyland Rifas, chairman of the Trades and Professions Council; CJA Chairman Cal Kovens; and Van Myers, chairman of the Amusements and Vending Machines Group. A. J. Harris (left), president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, presents a "New Horizons" award to Simon Berman. A. J. Alexander (left), co-chairman of the CJA Furniture and Appliances Group, accepts Ms "New H o m o m award from A. J. Harris, president of the Greater Miami Jew ish f o d e> a Won.



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Friday, March 16. 1962 +Jewi the pltural growth of the community.' is founder and president ol !<• Surfside Music iciety." According I i Dr. Ausubel. Conn|] 11 ibi itin' dis nction of a perfect attendance fccord tor a etings of the own I oun< i ining am onins Board Hob*; man ci • in his platform the ci the new Civi< %  enter at i: • oceanfronl fc> nui; it tt' auditorium, tla-srtciins imming pool Thf s< .'wall lfinished and the •Id bench hoi demolished 'I'lit swim I pool and comXnunit> I'i'iiie: finished this lumniu," BUSINESS MM1UMAN lAiE 4us 5'6" TALL HO IBS. WISHES TO MEET n Attroriive Young Lady, dietary laws observ. i Objec* matrimony. State Details. Strictly Confidential. Write Harry, Box 876. rViaml Ba<:h 39. Flo. and playwright, according to David Fleeman, Greater Miami AJC president, and Burnett Roth, chairman of the board of the Florida region of the ADL. Named as dinner co-chairmen are Maurice Glinert. national treasurer of AJC. and Henry E. Schultz. na:ional chairman of ADL. Glinert maintains a residence oh Miami | Beach. They revealed that notables I from throughout the country, including other national ADL and AJC leaders, were making plans to attend the tribute dinner to Abess, which will be non-fundraising. •Leonard Abesis being honored 1 [or his long-time devoted service to the cause of human rights hrough his continued work on the vimstitu'ent ager.cie-. ot the Joint Defense Appeal." the co-chairman eclared. They named as early members of the local sponsors committee lames Albert. Sidney Ansin, Ben F. Danbaum. Sam Blank. Albert Einstein, Arthur S. Friedman. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Nathan Gumenick. A. J. Harris. Ernest Jams, Jay Kislak. Alvin Lindenberg. Leon Lowenstein. E. Albert Pallot. William Pallot. Joseph M. Rose. Dan Ruskin. John Serbin, Harry Simonhoff. William D Singer. Bernard Stevens. A. A. Ungar. Leonard Wein. Carl Weinkle. Maurice Gasman, Harry Brandt, and Rabbi Joseph Narot. Lorber Fashion Show Slated The "International Intrigue" title of the forthcoming Lorber fashion show and luncneon, on the calendar for Mar. 20. is just as mysterious as it sounds. Jordan Marsh is keeping under wraps the items to be shown in the International collection. The show will be 12 noon at the Fontainebleau East Ballroom. Chairman is Mrs. Marvin B Gutcrman. Co-chaiman is Mrs. Irwin J. Block. In charge of tickets and reservations are Mrs. David Angel and Mrs. Leonard Stubins. Mrs. Sidney Sacks and Mrs. Leon Labhien are handling contests. In charge of telephone is Mrs. Anshd Rackolf. In charge of hostesses and publicity is Mrs. Robert Beader. Rabbi David Lehrfield (left), spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Congregation, looks on as Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht receive a plaque in appreciation of their devotion to Israel and the Greater Miami Jewish community during a dinner celebration of Mizrachi-Hapoel Mizrachi last week at the Coronet hotel. Rabbi Mordecai Kirschblum. national president of Religious Zionists of America, and director of the Religious Affairs Department of the Jewish Agency, was principal speaker. 'Out of World 1 Mardi Gras REFINED WOMAN to share my Apartment in the Gables HI 8-3384 Cantor Konigsberg Due at Cromwell Abe Getter, of the new Kosher Cromwell hotel, on 'he oceanfront. at 20th st., Miami Beach, announces ihat Cantor Konigsberg. internationally renowned recording artist I celebrated concert singer, has n engaged for a third consecutive 5 ar to officiate at Passover Seder -• n ices il the hotel. Cantor K nigsberg will be heard nic choir 'assover holidays. evening res set ces. The Cromwell hoel is completely air-conditioned and heated and offers a huge pool, cabana area, and a wide stretch of private beach. Only a few blocks from L : ncoln rd., the hotel is noted for its high-quality food prepared by experienced chefs. Wherever required, diets are arranged according to physicians perscription. Dietary laws ahd Sabbath are strictlj observed under the supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth of Florida According to Getter, the followi, features are included in rates: oceanfront or ocean-view rooms; two meals daily: breakfast or brunch, and supper; meals daily during Passover; television and radio in every room; tree self-park[joining the hotel, free chaise lounges and mats; entertainment around the clock. An "Out of this World Mardi Gras" will be sponsored by Miami Beach B'nai B'nth Women on Saturday. Mar. 17, 8:30 p.m., at Temple Ner Tarn id There will be a buffet supper at 9 p.m., followed by a musical program headed hv .loseoh Malek. Also featured will oe Stanley Rosensweet, the Rocket Twisters, and the Mooncaper combo. Michael Sossin will be master of ceremonies. Mrs. Revy Balkin, general chairPUBLIC NOTICE FEB. 20, 1962 This is to advise the buying public that All Meats sold in Sol Weiss' Meat Market at 7446 Collins Avc, are absolutely Kosher, and is supervised by me personally and the Orthodox Vaad Hokashruth. RABBI ISAAC H. EVER man, announced that this year's Mardi Gras will be dedicated to John Glenn and his fellow astronauts. Slated to be crowned space; queens are Mesdames Lenore Ger-1 stenfeld. Jack August. Ann Baum, | Sally Fisher, Margaret Beatty, Jean Goldstaub. Clara Denner, Minnie Solomon and Ann Kaufman. The Mardi Gras is open to the public, and proceeds will go to B'nai B'nth philanthropies. PROFESSIONAL MAN 32, with serious intentions, seeking. sincere, not frivolous, girl, oge 2030 with similar intentions. Photo requested (returnable.) Box 1501, Mom P.O., Miami, Fla. FOR LEASE—900 ACRES IN PALM BEACH COUNTY Ramie, Sugar Raising, Grazing. Large or small tracts. No Roads. Deep muck. $6 per acre par year. FR 33013 PREMIERE SEASON A UTOPIA FOR GOLFERS NURSEMAID 1 Wanted, Live In for week-ends only, to care for three months infant. UN 4-2858 WANT TO MAKE A GOOD LIVING? In a safe, secure, easy to learn retail business in best location. You'll earn $300 a week and more for life. $15,000-530,000. Write Mr. F. Box 2973, Main Postoffice, Miami, Florida. CANTOR -with pitmant tenor voice, ond excellent experience ovailable for Passover, tr yearly position. Cantor E., Box If73, Main Postoffice, Miami 1, Fla. Music Month At Beth David Jewish Music Month will be observed at Beth David Congregation on Friday night. Cantor William Lapson and the Ceth David Choir, under the direction of Albert Sussman, will present six new liturgical compositions in their premiere performances. Cantor Lipson will deliver a sermon on "Prayer and Jewish Song." The Beth David Choir regularly chants the Friday evening service. In addition to Sussman. members include sopranos Leah Reizner, Rosalind Katz, Celia Segal and Leah Baker; altos Minna Bloom. Rose Schreidell. Francine Wemstein; tenor Ben Dickson; and bass, Leon Shiff. Gladys Dimtz is rehearsal accompanist Tha tolling Hills Golf Lodge and Country Club Is set on one of the most challenging 18-hole championship golf courses in America. M— ip The meticulously groomed greens and fairways, well-planned traps and roughs, gently rising swells and rolling terrain-gilded by Florida sunshine and shaded by tall oaks-present a breath-taking picture-a true "Utopia for Golfers." Tie exquisitely appointed de luxe suites and rooms-72 in all-each with its private terrace is designed to make your leisure time more restful and relaxing. The spacious sun deck and pool adjoining the lodge add to your vacation pleasure. Superb cuisine and delightful dining are yours at the Club House where hospitality reigns supreme in a country club atmosphere. $ 25 For Information and Reservations Call: LUdlow 1-2300 TO APRIL 30 Oaily Per Person Double Occupancy 33 of 72 Rooms Including Complete Complimentary Breakfast "fa** Unlimited Golf with assured starting times GOLF LODQE AMD COUNTRY CLUB Ft. Lauderdale, Florida • LUdlow 1-1300



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Friday. March 16. 1962 +Je*ist>fhr*B!Hi Page 9-1 ^ 60 Years Later, the Music Played 1 BETH DAVID held its Golden %  Jubilee dinner dance Sunday in the congregation's grand ballroom. Many of the families attending have been members for a number of years, and the feeling was one of family warmth. The decor, the dinner, and the elegantly-gowned women all contributed to the outstanding success of the 50th birthday party. Acting as co-chairman for the evening were Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, who wore a white silk jacket dress featuring a multi-colored floral print; Mrs. Sam Badanes, in a full-length gold Ha me brocade with a fitted cape stole in gold satin lined with the llame; and Mrs. Louis Seitlin, who chose black chiffon with petal panniers attached to the cummerbund in front and an Oriental obi effect at the back of the waist created by a black satin rose and bow. Mrs. Murray Turetsky chose a figure-molding sheath in an embossed brocade black, gold, and white. Mrs. Louis Heiman wore tones and shades of browns on a background of white silk, while Mrs. Sam Heiman's choice was a turquoise silk sheath. Mrs. (ins sie Margulies, of the Beth David staff, chose a silver grey silk organza with white embroidery on the full skirt, and oversized puffed sleeves on the fitted bodice. • LJRS. PHILLIP Schiff, whose %  husband, is president of the congregation, wore a gold satin jaeketed sheath overlaid with white chantilly lace. The short jacket was styled into a cape effect. -.Mrs. Max Jacobson, president of Sisterhood, selected a A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Mi. FR •4401 KNIT 'N' NiEDLt FINEST IMPORTED YARNS MPEtT HVSTftttCTfONS 2628 GALIANO HI 5-5121 Coral Cables Closed Monday. Personal Attn^ Barbara Greenoere MAH JONNG Sets & Supplies LILLIAN E. FINK JE 4-2007 muted mauve chiffon sheath with asymetrically draped bodice featuring a hem-length pannier attached to one shoulder. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin wore a black sheath of an imported fabric, a blend of peau de soie and satin. Mrs. Henry Shier wore a magnificent 14-karat gold theater coat. Fabric was brought back from Paris while the Shiers were on a recent trip to Europe. Her couturier designed the coat with a cape sleeve and appliqued the fabric inio a floral design to create an illusion of a collar. Wife of Beth David's spiritual leader, Mrs. Norman Shapiro, wore a red chiffon skirt topped with a brocade bodice in black, red, and gold. Mrs. Morris Cohen's chiffon gown was of pastel shades of a mosaic print over silk organza. Mrs. Max Bergman selected a seafoam green chiffon over gold taffeta. Mrs. Edward Levine's three-piece ensemble was a white wool boucle with a gold thread woven into the fabric. Her blouse was of gold llame. Miss Bess Wernikoff chose a black silk brocade sheath. Miss Florence Badanes wore an Italian straw lace ensemble that she bought on her last trip to Europe. The sheath featured an extremely decollete back neckline. Mrs. Edward Safer's gown was a black and white silk organza with ribbons of black embroidered eyelette across the white bodice. • *. BJRS. Morris Rabinowitz chose %  a turquoise silk brocade costume ensemble featuring a sequined embroidered side pouf. Mrs. Edward Wise bought her entire ensemble in Europe. The gown was a shell pink alencon lace sheath with a jade green satin theater coat. A black silk crepe full-length formal was worn by Mrs. Sidney Shier topped with an emerald greed satin stole. A champagne-colored satin brocade sheath and matching great coat was the choice of Mrs. Abe Kasow. Her coat featured a modified cape collar and bracelet-length sleeves. Mrs. Louis Sternshein selected a peacock blue silk pysanti sheath with a unique cape jacket featuring a flounce across the bottom which created a dropped sleeve effect. Mrs. Henry Kamen topped her muted green peau de soie with a French paisley print stole. A beige silk alpaca cocktail suit was the choice of Mrs. Alex Miller. The music played and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Messe slowly waltzed together as they had 60 years ago on the day they were married. Masses of fragrant flowers decorated the home of the Harry Smiths on Hibiscus Island, where Inez Krensky had the cocktail party honoring her parents. Inez, in a long stunning white bugle beaded sheath stood in the doorway all evening greeting friends and presenting them to Mr. and Mrs. Mcsse. Inez' children. Harry and Marilyn Smith, Herbert and Arlene Krensky, and Tom and Judy Gerard were everywhere seeing that the 300 guests had a good time. The back yard was tented and had a raised dance floor. Seen circling the floor were Abe Solosko and prety red-haired Frances (Mrs. Sam) Beckerman and Morton and Myrtle Greenwood. Watching on the sidelines were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berick. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Blatt, and Mrs. Arthur Treister in conversation with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Oppenheim. Sally Balogh and her David were the center of a group admiring Sally's dress and matching coat — the material brought back from Siam. Simon (Sam) Wolfe lost his wife, Charlotte, in the crowd when they first arrived and spent the evening looking for her—that's how crowded it all was. Leon and Alyce Ell deep in conversation with Mrs. Frences Weisenfeld about her work — she teaches blind children in the public school system. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levenson, Mr. and Mrs. Al Bernard, Mayor and Mrs. Kenneth Oka, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein seen strolling about. Judge and Mrs. Max Korshak with the judge's daughter and her husband, the Emanucl Goldstritches. BUFFERIN TABLETS ,00~$1.23 Center Pharmacy, Inc. Sol Heilpern Alan Heilpern 9727 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Miami Shores PL 1-2924 : BIRTHDAZE : A first son, James Benjamin, was born to Drs. Joan and Joseph Harris, 2485 Meridian ave., on Feb. 10, at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She joins her sister, Judith Eve, one year old. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Al Osheroff and Mrs. Dora Harris and the late Benjamin Harris. Bris was celebrated on Sunday, with Dr. Irving Lehrman and Cantor Abraham Seif officiating. Godfather is uncle Leo Osheroff, here from Israel. Great grandparents are Dinah Kattein and the late Alex Kattein. • • Two boys and two girls for Irene and Ellis Rubin, of 1820 NE 177th St., with the birth on Mar. 1 of Kimberly Ann. Mark is 5, Peri, 3'^, and Guy, IVi. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rubin, of Coral Gables, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kestenbaum, of Miami Beach. A daughter, Linda Susan, was born Mar. 9 to Dr. Leonard and Gail Silverman. She joins Nancy, 4V£, Jeffrey, 2, and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Frances Linn. Twist Party Saturday Night A Purim party, featuring the "Hamentash Twist," will be held in Temple Menorah's Social Hall Saturday night. The evening of dancing and entertainment is sponsored by the Men's Club president, Robert Bloeh, and Sisterhood president. Mrs. Ray Morse. Chairmen are: program, Lester Goldberg; tickets. Mrs. Essie Wolf; and Mrs. Isaac Saperstein, refreshments. At a table in conversation: the Bill Click's and Carl Gardner and his Shirley, reminiscing about the days of the Miami Beach old-timers and their ball games. The Carl WeinKles, Sam Blanks, the Baron de Hirsh Meyers, and the Arthur lingers slipped in on their way to dinner. Among the out-oftowners was Mrs. Morris Gladblatt, of Chicago, who is wintering in Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lipp and Mrs. Chester Krone were carefully guarding the guests of honor, insisting that they take a rest by breaking away every once in a while.—Frances Lehman. Women to Take Hospital Tour Sanford K. Bronstein, administrator of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, yill conduct a tour of the pew medical facility for representatives of 15 women's organizations on Monday at 11 a.m. Mrs. Phillip Warshaw is tuor chairman. Pythians in Blood Drive Mt. Sinai Hospital Blood Bank Unit will be at Pythian Hall, 4601 W. 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